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MATTERS FOR SPECIAL REFERENCE IN
In almost all cases, from statistical tables continued in Volume III, the earliest year will be found to have been omitted, and in many instances the tables have been considerably condensed. Innumerable minor statistical tables have been discontinued and new matter substituted.
Among some of the larger items omitted are:
230-231 232-233 233-234 234-235
Immigration-United States, ten years ending 1895..
Value of Products, etc., etc..
National Silver Party...
Trade, Petroleum Trade, Copper Trade, Tin Trade, Lead Trade, Spelter Trade, Leather
and Boot and Shoe Trade, Coal Trade.......
256-260 270-275 281-282
371-379 381-382 393-401 402-434
442 446 447 448 458