TO THE RESCUE OF AMERICAN COMMERCE.

Boston: J.E. Farwell & Co., 1869. 12pp. Stitched, partly uncut. Light wear, title and last page dustsoiled, Good+. Blake seeks subscribers for $2,000,000 of the capital stock of his new Company, which intends to purchase "a line of American Steamships between Boston and Liverpool." $1.5 million will be used for purchasing the steamers, and the other half million for this and that. He anticipates profitable traffic in passengers and freight. He includes a Form of Subscription, estimates of profit, and other useful material including a description of the steamer Ontario, which "is already fully ship-rigged." OCLC records many, many microform copies, but only one of the real thing. FIRST EDITION. Not in Sabin, Eberstadt, or Decker. OCLC 47720650 [1- WRes. Hist. Soc.]. Item #18495

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