Boston: Printed by Samuel Condon, No. 32 Congress Street, 1832. 1st Edition (American Imprints 13415 [162 pp]; Sabin 41260 [not mentioning the Supplement]). 163, 4, [1 (advert: Book & Fancy Job Printing / Samuel Condon)], 12 pp. "Supplement to the Tariff" last 12 pages ["Approved March 2, 1833"]. 12mo. 7-1/4" x 4-1/2". Blue muslin cloth spine over drab paper boards. Printe paper title label to spine [later?]. General wear, stain to front board. Front hinge starting, well held by cords. Period pos to ffep ["Josiah Quincy Soring"]. Very Good. Item #47902
"Of technological [and trade] interest insofar as it reflects directly on manufacturing aspirations and capabilities at that time; cottons and woollens were among the highest taxed imports thus encouraging American production." Charles Wood, as quoted from RBH.
Uncommon in the trade, especially so with the Supplement.