2 edition of Fifty years in both hemispheres, or, Reminiscences of a merchant"s life found in the catalog.
Fifty years in both hemispheres, or, Reminiscences of a merchant"s life
by Redfield in New York
|Other titles||Reminiscences of a merchant"s life|
|Statement||by Vincent Nolte|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 24391-24396|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 476,  p.|
|Number of Pages||476|
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I do not claim for these Reminiscences any great literary merit, nor do I expect to “put money in my purse” by their publication. They have been written amid the hurly-burly of a busy mercantile life, from notes taken at the time the incidents treated of transpired—their principal merit being a . The Schoharie Union (New York) April 14, A Chinese Wedding Same text found in The Sabbath Reporter except for first paragraph: A gentleman in China writes an interesting account of the marriage of Mr. Charles K. Marshall. This young gentleman is a native Chinaman, but was brought to .
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PAGE 51; Vincent Nolte was a German-Italian merchant and cotton buyer for an Amsterdam firm. He came to New Orleans in and accumulated considerable wealth and social position in the city before he was forced to return to Europe after his firm failed.
Jul 01, · Success and Failure Factors: American Merchants in Foreign Trade in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries* - Volume 32 Issue 3 - Stuart BrucheyCited by: 9.
New Orleans, a unique port city in the South This wonderful study contributes to both southern history and business history and should be required reading in undergraduate and graduate courses.' Elena V. Shabliy Source: Southern Historian 'Prodigiously researched and elegantly argued, The Merchants' Capital deserves a wide readership.'Cited by: FIFTY-ONE YEARS OF VICTORIAN LIFE.
CHAPTER I. AN EARLY VICTORIAN CHILD. I was born at Stoneleigh Abbey on October 29th, My father has told me that immediately afterwards—I suppose next day—I was held up at the window for the members. FIFTY YEARS OF 2 MY LIFE. fen. postponement of the undertaking to the Greek Kalends but when, contrary to expectation, I reached the Psalmist's standard of longevity, I was left without an excuse for ; not attempting to fulfil the implied promise.
that time forth, therefore, I have been in the habit of making notes of occurrences as they. The vicissitudes of his life singular and instructive, For more than thirty years he filled posts of honour and some of the highest stations in this community, both as a stateman and as a merchant and hanker; and now, after a regular course of study and reading, is a.
Welcome to the book, Slavery and Anti-Slavery: A History of the Great Struggle In Both Hemispheres; With A View of The Slavery Question In The United States, by. Sources Cited in The rise of New York Port  experience as boy in dry goods jobbing house and father's store, and cabin boy on London packet.
Vincent O. Nolte, Fifty Years in Both Hemispheres (tr. International financial adventurer; occasional visitor at New York; good account of situation at New Orleans during cotton. Charlotte Rolfe, or Lottie, was the youngest daughter of Charles Rolfe, a tailor, and his wife Maria Rolfe.
She was born in Bury St. Edmunds on the 2nd of February, There is no suggestion on the census returns that she was deaf until the census, so we may assume she had a form of progressive hearing loss, though it rendered her almost completely deaf.
The same period was equally remarkable both in France and England for an unexampled degeneracy of manners and looseness of morals. and were inserted in his “History of Massachusetts Bay,” in Fifty-seven years after the argument was delivered, Mr in the first instance, have affected only the rights of a few merchants of Boston.
EIGHTY YEARS AND MORE REMINISCENCES friend was rather hypercritical and that we were as nearly perfect as mortals need be for the wear and tear of ordinary life. Being both endowed with a good degree of self-esteem, neither the praise nor the blame of mankind was overpowering to either of us.
Could he have looked forward fifty. Fifty years hence people may wonder that their ancestors of this our day, did not, one and all, use the telegraph or telephone, instead of the slow process of sending letters by mail, by which days are consumed in doing the work of a few minutes.
The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Humbugs of the World, by P. Barnum This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. he has for years been the life of Bridgeport, near which city he has long resided, and last winter he achieved high rank in the Legislature of Connecticut, as both an.
Reminiscences by delegates of the first Zionist congress Page 32 And everything that has been achieved in our national life in the course of fifty years, all the changes that have developed in its life, matter of course for every Jew of both hemispheres: viz. an assured social existence in a well meaning community, the possibility of em.
Apr 02, · D uring the first decades of the nineteenth century, the German immigrant Vincent Nolte reigned as one of the largest cotton merchants in New Orleans. Byhis Barings-backed commercial house was worth millions, responsible for shipping about a quarter of the cotton that passed through New Orleans—4 to 8 percent of U.S.
exports—on its way around the catholicyoungadultsofsc.com: Kathryn Olivarius. Fifty-two years had come and gone, and domestic slavery had been abolished on both hemispheres, fully half a century and this ancient warrior was still stirring the embers of sectional fury and still spluttering about the rights of Southern slave owners.
Lights and shadows of sailor life as exemplified in fifteen years' experience [electronic resource]: including the more thrilling events of the U. exploring expedition, and reminiscences of an eventful life on the " Mountain wave" / (Boston: Benjamin B.
Mussey, ), by. Fifty years ago Mr. Faber, in his "Origin of Pagan Idolatry," placed artificial tumuli, pyramids, and pagodas in the same category, conceiving that all were transcripts of the holy mountain which was generally supposed to have stood in the centre of Eden; or, rather.
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