\Ve cannot proceed further without noticing the introduction of jute, which has had a most beneficial effect on the trade of Dundee. ... He got his mother, who was an adept at the spinning wheel, to make a. trial of spinning it, but she did not succeed to her satisfaction. ... of them would make the attempt; and, after lying aside for four or five years, the jute was sold ibr the pu oso of being made into door-mats.
|Title||:||Letter from the Secretary of State, Transmitting a Statement of the Commercial Relations of the United States with Foreign Nations, for the Year Ending|