The Old Merchants of New York City by Walter Barrett

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Written in English

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  • Biography & Autobiography / Business,
  • Business & Economics / Retailing

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The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages476
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10500804M
ISBN 100543790002
ISBN 109780543790002
OCLC/WorldCa191884391

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Page - Winne (Mott) street, where he died inand after that the firm was John Slidell & Co., and so it was continued at the same old stand and manufactory, No. 50 Broadway, until In there was a " General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen " in the city of New York. This society had its President John Slidell; its first and second vice-presidents, its secretary, its collector, its poor.

Old merchants of New York City. New York: Thomas R. Knox & Co., (OCoLC) Online version: Barrett, Walter. Old merchants of New York City.

New York: Thomas R. Knox & Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Walter Barrett. The old merchants of New York City. By Walter Barrett, clerk [pseud.] by Scoville, Joseph Alfred, Pages:   Scoville, Joseph Alfred, The old merchants of New York City Carleton, New York: 5 v.

in 3. ; 20 cm. Skip to main content This banner text can have markup. 19 CHAPTER III. Cornelius Kortright was a merchant in New York City as early as About that time he married Hester Cannon, born ina daughter of John Cannon. They had six children, two sons and four daughters.

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Search this book. Jump to page. THE OLD MERCHANTS OF NEW YORK CITY Second Series By Walter Barrett, Clerk MERCHANT DESCRIPTIONS CHAPTER 8 There will be more knowledge conveyed in these chapters of the antecedents of prominent merchants of New York, than in any other manner yet attempted.

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facing t.p., v. 1, First series; printing; for Third, Fourth and Fifth series in seriesdatedandrespectively. THE OLD MERCHANTS OF NEW YORK CITY Second Series By Walter Barrett, Clerk MERCHANT DESCRIPTIONS CHAPTER 29 The race of magnificent old East India merchants of the early part of this century, and a later period, are passing away___in fact, have nearly all gone.

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Barrett contributed several articles on this subject to the columns of the “New York Leader,” going back to the old merchants of the ’s, and these articles so stirred.

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New York City – A Great Merchants Recollections Of Old New York, This delightful article was prepared by Mr. Dodge in compliance with the correspondence which follows.

It is a valuable contribution to the annals of our city and is worthy of preservation. Trade was important to “old” merchants and was pride of New York. They made New York the center of nations trade, information transportation and networks.

“New York represented the largest and most diverse segment of nations economic elite surpassing in wealthy power and diversity.” p He was one of the oldest merchants in the produce trade in New-York. On the organization of the old Corn Exchange, inhe was chosen the first President of that institution, and was.

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