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Bfficm of the (Bfombtt of (Stammer**.
Elected for the Year ending May, 18B3.
PELATIAH PEEIT, President. ROYAL PHELPS, First Vic* President. EDWARD C. BOGERT, Treasurer. ABIEL A. LOW, Second Vice-President. JOIIN AUSTIN STEVENS, J*., Seo'rj.
CHARLES H. MARSHALL, Chairman.
WILLIAM E. DODGE, JAMES D. P. OGDEN,
JAMES GALLATIN, AUGUSTUS C. RICHARDS,
SHEPPARD OANDY, HENRY A. SMYTHE,
BENJAMIN R. WINTHROP.
OXormrrittti of Arbitration.
ROBERT B. MINTDRN, Chairman. W. 8. GRIFFITH, till Juno, 1863. SAMUEL D. BABCOCK, till Deo., 1862.
GEORGE F. THOMAE, HU Sept., 1602. JONATHAN STUBGES, till March, 1868
(Eommitltt on $ftrrtanlilr ^ibrarg,
CHARLES A. DAVIS, Cniniiis.
HENRY K. BOGERT, JOHN K. MYERS.
Srnsttts of lljt Institution for i(jt Sabings of gTtrr^ants' Clerks.
Elected 1860: Sleeted 1861: Elected 1862:
term will expire in 1868. term will empire in 1S64. term will expire in 1865.
ABRAHAM M. OOZZENS, MOSES H. GRINNELL, MATTHEW MAURY, MEKRITT TRIMBLE, BENJ. R. WINTHROP, H. W. T. MALI,
CHARLES A. MACY. OLIVER S. STP.ONG. A. GEACIE KING.
The present volume of the Report of the Chamber of Commerce has been delayed a few weeks in order to include the results of the Foreign trade of the United States, which results were not made known until the middle of June; and, also, the results of the Census Report as to the Manufactures of the State of New-York, and of the several States. These returns are satisfactory to the State and County of New-York, showing that the State alone produces about twenty per cent, of the manufactures of the whole country, and that over two hundred thousand of her people arc thus actively engaged as producers.
For various contributions to the volume, the Chamber is indebted to the following gentlemen:
Professor Baciie; Robert Iiadfield, Buffalo; C. F. Wreaks, NewYork; Isaac II. Upton, New-York; J. A. Schmidt, New-York; Thomas J. Pope, New-York; James L. Butler, New-York; Smith J. Eastman, New-York; Messrs. Wood & Nichols, New-York; Messrs. W. T. Coleman & Co., New-York; Messrs. A. A. Low & Brothers, NewYork; Messrs. T. & II. Messenger, New-York; and especially to the Superintendent of the Census of the United States, for the valuable tables on the population and manufactures of this State and of'the United States, and to the New-York Shipping and Commercial List, the U. S. Economist and Dry Goods Reporter, the New-York Shoe and Leather Reporter, and the Whalemen's Shipping List, of New-Bedford, for valuable reports.
New-York, July, 1862.