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Image from page 965 of “Post Office Edinburgh and Leith directory” (1846)
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Title: Post Office Edinburgh and Leith directory
Year: 1846 (1840s)
Authors: Edinburgh & Leith Post Office Directory Limited
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Publisher: Edinburgh : Postmaster General
Contributing Library: National Library of Scotland
Digitizing Sponsor: National Library of Scotland

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o theSuperintendent, at the School, 14 Lochend Eoad, Leith, will receive immediate attention. Newspapers.—Large and Small Quantities toPurchase for Cash. Waste Paper. — Wanted to Purchase, forEe-Manufacturing, Old Ledgers, Day Books,Letters, Old Newspapers, Session Papers, andEvery Description of Written and Printed. TheHighest Price given, and the whole sent out of theKingdom.—Apply by Letter or Personally to GILBERT ADCOCK & SONS, 11 SOUTH ST. ANDEEW STREET,EDINBURGH. THE ACCOMMODATION LOAN CO., 21 ST. JOHN STREET. MONEY advanced on PERSONAL SE-, CURITY, in sums from £1 to £100,repayable by Weekly Instalments. For Forms of Proposal, apply toJOHN MACKIE, Manager and House-Agent. JOHN MACKIE, Junr., Pouse anb |ns«rana %^nxi, 21 ST. JOHN STREET, EDINBURGH, HOUSE—EOTAL PAEK TEEEACE, Agent for the Economic Life. Imperial Fire, and Glasgow Plate-Glass hisicrance Companies. 186 EDINBURGH AND LEITH EAST POWDERHALL, BROUGHTON ROAD. EDINBURGH. LICENSED AS PER ACT OF PARLIAMENT.

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o 1^ M« CD o — 03 riREWOMS FOR PRIVATE km PUBLIC DISPLAYS (to Order), I^^ all their Beauty and Dazzling BHUianey. BOTTLES WANTED to Purchase for Cash. HighestPrice given for Old Champagnes,Brandy, Beer, Claret, Hocks, and others. Lifted in Town or Country by ROBERT STENHOUSE, 84 ROSE STREET. THOS. S. STEVENS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT {THE BUNCH OF GRAPES), HIGH STREET, PORTOBELLO. HOT AND COLD LUNCHEONS.LIQUORS OF THE FINEST QUALITY. FAMILIES SUPPLIED. ESTABLISHED UPWARDS OF FORTY YEARS. JAMES WILLIAMSON, PAWNBROKER,98 ROSE STREET, EDINBURGH. MONEY advanced to any amount on SILVER PLATE, WATCHES, JEWELLERY, NAPERY,APPAREL, and other Moveable Property. SALE-ROOM ON PREMISES. POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY ADVERTISER. 187 Equitable Loan Company of Scotland, No. 4 MILNE SQUARE. ENTRANCES:42 NORTH BRIDGE AND 173 HIGH STREET. CAPITAL, £75,000. IITSTITUTED 1824. GEORGE RUSSELL, Manager and Sole Acting Partner. ^pHIS COMPANY advances Money on Loan upon Silver Plate, Watches, Jewels, Soft L and Pi

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Image from page 11 of “1846 semi-centennial compendium of historical facts : business and political index of Manchester, N.H.” (1896)
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Identifier: 1846semicentenni00chal
Title: 1846 semi-centennial compendium of historical facts : business and political index of Manchester, N.H.
Year: 1896 (1890s)
Authors: Challis, Frank H
Subjects: Manchester (N.H.) — History Manchester (N.H.) — Directories
Publisher: [Manchester, N.H : F.H. Challis]
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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une, 1810,succeeding The Proprietors of the Amoskeag Cotton and Wool Factory which was organized Jan. 31, 1810. Amoskeag Manufacturing Company incorporated 1831. Andrew, B. S., elected principal of Webster-street school, March 29, 1889. Ankarloo, John P., one of earliest Swedish residents, died May 21, 1894,aged 71. Anniversary, one hundredth, of town celebrated Oct. 22, 1851, Address byRev. C. W. Wallace, poem by William Stark. loel7lers CONFECTIONERY STORE ..Ice Cream and Lunch Parlors.. Trv our celebrated Home-made and Cream Bread; also manufacturer of Cakes,Pies and Hot Tea Rolls, fresh dailv. We make a specialty of supplies for Wed-dings, Church Parties, Societies, vSuppers and Picnics. We also manufacture freshdailJ^Finest Confectionery, Chocolates, Bon-Bons and other specialties of sweets.Try our Soda, also Ice Cream at wholesale and retail. Cafe connected. 977 ELM STREET, MANCHESTER, N. H. 4®=Agents for Tenneys, Maillards, Bakers, Fine Candies.Special prices on large orders.

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143 HANOVER ST,. ^^ telephone connection. Half-tone Cut made, by Electric Light in 12 hours. When in need of Cutsfor any purpose, call at 143 Hanover St., 3d Floor, Manchester, N. H. H. t BOfID…. Real Estate Broker Real Estate Bought, Sold and Exchanged on Commission, Mortgages Negotiated on improved City Real Estate. Money Loaned on Personal Property and all kinds ofCollateral Security 340 and 342, The Kennard, MMNGHESTER, M. H. R. L.. WAL.L.ACe & CO., praetieal • ^mbalmers • apd . tlpdertal^ers HANOVER STREET. 5tore I^euer go$ed. Cady /^ssistaQt. Jelepl^OQe 217-2 F. L. WALLACE. A. G. FAIRBANKS. seosoiioo Bread is so podoh we com soppiv iiie oemood. liaocnesier leo Co.1896 FmBUZ/AUY 1896 Sujr. Mon: Tue,. Wed. 7nu. Tj^i Sat. Last Quarter New Moon First Quarter Full Moon ^ ^ 5th 13th 21st 28th ^ <^ # 2 3 4 S 6 Z S 9 10 // /a IS 14 IS 16 n 18 m 20 2/ 22 23 24 23 26 2Z 28 29 HISTORICAL COMPENDIUM—C^;//mz^drt. Anniversary, 50th, of first newspaper celebrated Nov. 16, 1889.

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Image from page 188 of “A personal history of Ulysses S. Grant, and sketch of Schuyler Colfax” (1868)
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Identifier: personalhistoryo00rich
Title: A personal history of Ulysses S. Grant, and sketch of Schuyler Colfax
Year: 1868 (1860s)
Authors: Richardson, Albert D. (Albert Deane), 1833-1869
Subjects: Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885 Colfax, Schuyler, 1823-1885
Publisher: Hartford, Conn., American Publishing Company San Francisco, Cal., R. J. Trumbull & Co.
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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oney loaned on Real Estate security.v Boggs, who had a good many houses to rent, and a goodmany tenants to collect of, inducted his new partner into thebusiness by taking him about town and introducing himto all the leading customers. Then, at the suggestion ofColonel Dent, he left Grant to look after the business whilehe visited Philadelphia, where, as a young man, he hadresided for many years and formed acquaintances amongwealthy citizens. Money in Philadelphia was worth butfive or six per cent., while in St. Louis ten per cent, waslegal interest and fifteen often the current rate. He succeeded in effecting an arrangement with one capi-talist in Philadelphia and another in New York to let the firmhave four hundred thousand dollars at eight per cent., toloan out in small sums secured on real estate. Returning toSt. Louis early in March, in excellent spirits, he advertisedthat Boggs & Grant were ready to advance money on realestate at ten per cent., the borrower paying the two per

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PUBLIC LIBRARY, A«™K, (.ENOX ANDTLOEN FOUNDATIONS. 1859] Suffers fkom Ague and Rheumatism. 161 cent, additional to cover expenses of examining titles andnegotiating the loan. Like all advertisements which offer money instead ofasking it, this brought hundreds of applicants, but thefirm rejected some as unsafe, and the attorneys of the East-ern capitalists—who, it was agreed, must be satisfied withthe securities—refused to accept others. The end of thepromising scheme was that Boggs & Grant made aboutenough out of it to pay the expenses of the senior partnerseastern trip. The captain engaged in the new business with all hisenergy, though incapacitated somewhat for the first fourmonths by ague and rheumatism which he brought fromHardscrabble. Often, during the spring afternoons, hischill would come on, and so weaken him that McClellanor Hillyer had to support him to the Third Street omnibus,by which he rode homeward. Boggs, on his return, found that Grant had diligentlycollec

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