The American trade gets better in very sense –the orders increase, and the payment is much more certain than heretofore. Citation: Glasgow Advertiser (Glasgow, United Kingdom), 21 September 1789, available at the Scissors and Paste Database, http://www.scissorsandpaste.net/396.

Yesterday a large entry of goods for GeorgiaNew-York, New Providence, and New Brunswick, to the amount of upwards of one hundred and sixty thousand pounds, were entered at the Customhouse. Citation: Glasgow Advertiser (Glasgow, United Kingdom), 13 August 1792, available at the Scissors and Paste Database, http://www.scissorsandpaste.net/399.

FRIDAY, Sept. 25 The Dublin East Indiaman, just arrived from Bengal, has brought home 130,000 pieces of muslin, or near two millions and a half of yards. –*Query*, in weaving, winding, warping, spinning, &c. how many families would the manufacture of the above in Britain give bread to? –But we hope the time is not …

???annah, of New York, arrived here on Thursday, with a cargo of staves, ???e of six weeks. ???re received here from New York, per ???atest crops this year of corn and flax [rem]embered for years past; that there ??? demand at the American market for ??? and that trade in general was very ???ishing.” Citation: …

A letter from New-York has the following paragraph: “It is reported here, and pretty generely credited, that a Commercial Treaty will early in the next year be proposed to Great Britain; it is all object on which the hopes of many are fixed.” Citation: Glasgow Advertiser (Glasgow, United Kingdom), 25 September 1789, available at the …

On Tuesday se’enight, arrived in the Bay of Aberdeen,the Mehitabel and Mary of Portsmouth, from New Hampshire, United States, [???]ate master, with an assorted cargo, [???]n gentleman in that place, and next [???] Leith, where she arrived on Mon[day. S]he is the first American vessel that [?? i]n this port, since the peace. Citation: Glasgow …

Extract of a letter from London, Sept. 24. ??? the new duties established by Congress ??? on goods are the same through all the ??? States, are so trifling are they in comparison of the taxes placed in any part of Europe on goods imported from Britain–many are only a 1-half per cent, and the …

The American Congress have laid on port duties, which may be deemed moderate in several particulars, when compared to those of most of the European kingdoms and cities, and in many instances are much less than heretofore imposed by the Provincial Assemblies. This may be hugly prudent in a republic which is courting commerce for …

“From some late communications it is evident, that as much sugar may be made on the new lands in the States of New-York and Pennsylvania as will supply the whole United States, and perhaps in a little time furnish an article of exportation. The profits of the manufactory of sugar, when made by private families, …

Regulating the time and manner of administering oaths to the United States. Import on goods and merchandizes imported into the American States, from July 1789 to July 1798. (Rhode Island Assembly have agreed to apply the same duties, but to be under their own management.) Salaries of the President, Vice-president, Members of the Senate, and …