[Washington]: 1831. Disbound. Item #4357
House document (United States. Congress. House) 21st Congress, 2nd session, doc. no. 114. pp. . Single leaf, removed from binding. Light age-toning, unevenly trimmed upper edge with one short tear. The number 29 is written in contemporary ink on upper margin with a penciled note to "see no. 14." A good copy of a letter dated 23 February 1831 from J. D'Homergue to Andrew Stevenson detailing the potential profits of manufacturing silk, including the claim that one acre of land would produce $1,875 worth of cocoons every seven years.