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Bishop, J. Leander (John Leander), 1820-1868 / A history of American manufactures from 1608 to 1860 : exhibiting the origin and growth of the principal mechanic arts and manufactures, from the earliest colonial period to the adoption of the Constitution ; and comprising annals of the industry of the United States in machinery, manufactures and useful arts, with a notice of the important inventions, tariffs, and the results of each decennial census
Volume 3 (1868)

Manufactures of Hartford,   pp. 406-423


Page 406

406                MANUFACTURES OF HARTFORD.
MANUFACTURES OF HARTFORD.
The following are the Statistics of Hartford County, including
Hartford City, New Britain, etc., for the year ending June 1st, 1860,
prepared for this Work at the Census Office.
No. of
Estal~lish-
Manufactures.                  ments.
Agricultural implements........             11......
Axes and edge tools.............             3.....
B ells .  ................... ..............  1......
Bolts, nuts, and       washers.               6......
Book-binding and blank books                  2.
Boots and shoes....................         10......
Boxes, paper .......................         3......
Brass founding ................               1......
Brick and drain-tile...............         10......
Brushes...............................        1.
B uttons...............................       2......
Cabinet furniture..............               5......
Carpets ................................     1..
Carriages .............................      21......
"        children's............         2.
Carriace hardware.............               3......
Carriage trimmings.............               3......
Cartridges.........................           2......
Cigars and tobacco...............           23......
Cigar boxes........................          4......
Clocks..................................    10.....
Clothing     ............................     7......
Coffee and spices (ground).....              3......
Copper smithug...................            1......
Cordage..............................         1 .....
Cotton goods..........................       13......
Fertilizers..............................
Capital.
$45,300......
306,000.
4,800 ......
134,000
14,500.
37,500......
3,900......
25,000......
21,500......
6,000......
8,200  .....
69,250.
600,000 .....
89,850......
3,500  .....
19,000.
40,000......
9,00.
243,300.
13,000......
86,500......
110,600......
43,000......
2.000.
10,000......
333,000 ......
6,000.
Firearm. .............................     2          1,750,000 ......
Flour and meal...............              18......     157,700 ......
Gas.......................................2             230,000 ......
Gold   leaf..............................    1            10,000......
Gunpowder..........................         3 ......     779,500.
Hardware ............................      20            750,900......
Hooks and eyes...............                2 .....      62,000......
Hoop    skirts....... ..................     2            83,000......
H osiery   ...............................   9......     767,000......
Hames..................................I                  12,000.....
Iron founding........................        2            20,000......
Iron railing...........................     1......         4,000.
Jewelry ...............................      3......      78,000......
Leather......................                7......      53,200......
Leather belting and        hose.......       3......     141,000
Liquors, malt.................             4......       46.000.
"       distilled..............          7......      65,700......
Lithography       ..........................2              9,500......
Lookingglass &picture frames                 1             5,000.....
Raw         Male    Female   Value of
material.    hands.   hands    product.
$19,700       75......  1      $61,314
212,465  .....  370......  ......  45S,000
2,768  .....  5......  ......   7,000
111,410      225......  10......  250,500
8,305......  19......  26......  01,000
130,932......   358......  40  .....  373,675
5 969 .....  10     34         20,300
6,500......  16  .....  ......  25,000
7,4S2......  87......  ......  3 ,S10
6,000       10 ......  3......  22,000
4,605       29.     19......  34,500
3-5,88.    72       2        111,000
455,000......  320.   275 .....  606,000
77,830......  214......  3 ......  205,00
4,600......  9......  1......   8,000
12,360 ...... 57......  ......  34,460
24,07       62 .    16......   76,000
6,160......  3 .    12......   13,400
202,350       295......  85......  473,850
13,200  .....  10......  ......  22,000
106,625......  239......  13 .  299,000
228,000      208......  595......  439,000
83,680......  9......  3.      103,600
5,036......  4......   ......   9,000
5,975  .....  5......  ......  11,875
213,091......  316......  284......  481,078
1,150 ......  4......  ......  2,500
91,999   .....  650......  19......  ±,050,000
524,965 ......  48......  ......  662,972
33,828......  21......  ......  94,954
60,000  .....  19......  3......  80,000
473,300 ......  166  .....  ......  991,500
642,292...... 1055......  74.  1,368,264
32,390......  12 .....  46     S5,000
108,900       65.    275        212,000
343,633      303..... 409.....  907,50
6,000......  35 ..... ......  .35,00
12,250       42.      4......   39,230
5,572......  8......  ......   11,245
69,242 ......  49......  ......  104,000
62,930......  25. ....  ......  92,950
223,900......  57  .....  ......  355,000
39,845 ...... 13......  ......  70,410
63,750 ......  30......  ......  107,800
5,160......  17......  6......  17,500
15,000......  10......  ..... ..25,000


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