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" After an extensive acquaintance with business men, and having long been an attentive observer of the course of events in the mercantile community, I am satisfied that, AMONG ONE HUNDRED MERCHANTS AND TRADERS, NOT MORE THAN THREE, in this city, ever acquire... "
How to Make Money: And how to Keep it - Página 87
por Thomas Alfred Davies - 1868 - 322 páginas
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volumen15

1846
...health, comfort, and enjoyment, but its pernicious moral influence, was most deeply to be deplored. Many an uncorrupted young man from the country, impelled...farmer's life. How preferable would it have been for many of those who have sought wealth and distinction in cities, if they had been satisfied with the...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volumen15

1846
...events in the mercantile community, I am satisfied that, AMONG ONE HUNDRED MERCHANTS AND TRADER?, нот MORE THAN THREE, in this city, ever acquire independence....with a farmer's life. How preferable would it have Ьеел for many of those who have sought wealth and distinction in cities, if they had been satisfied...
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A Practical Treatise on Business: Or, How to Get, Save, Spend, Give, Lend ...

Edwin Troxell Freedley - 1853 - 355 páginas
...HUNDRED MERCHANTS AND TRADERS, NOT MORE THAN THREE, IN THIS CITY, EVER ACQUIRE INDEPENDENCE. It WOS with great distrust that I came to this conclusion...farmer's life. How preferable would it have been for many of those who have sought wealth and distinction in cities, if they had been satisfied with the...
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Money: how to get, how to keep, and how to use it

Money - 1853
...not mpre than three, in this city, ever acquire independence. Ninety-five out of a hundred die poor. It was with great distrust that I", came to this conclusion...city, if they could be satisfied with a farmer's life. "The statement made by General Dearborn," said the Boston merchant above referred to, "appeared to...
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The Bible in the Counting-house: A Course of Lectures to Merchants

Henry Augustus Boardman - 1853 - 408 páginas
...among one hundred merchants and traders in this city (Boston), not more than three ever acquired an independence. It was with great distrust that I came...experienced merchant he fully admitted its truth." The following communication subsequently appeared in the "Farmer's Library:" — " The statement made...
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The Bible in the Counting-house: A Course of Lectures to Merchants

Henry Augustus Boardman - 1853 - 408 páginas
...among one hundred merchants and traders in this city (Boston), not more than three ever acquired an independence. It was with great distrust that I came...experienced merchant he fully admitted its truth." The following communication subsequently appeared in the "Farmer's Library:" — " The statement made...
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The elements of success: illustr. in the life of A. Laurence and others

Elements - 1862 - 232 páginas
...satisfied that among one hundred merchants and traders in Boston, not more than three ever acquired an independence. It was with great distrust that I came...experienced merchant, he fully admitted its truth." A person who listened to Mr Dearborn's address did not believe this statement, and he was led, in consequence,...
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Agriculture of Maine: Annual Report of the Secretary of the Maine Board of ...

Maine. Board of Agriculture - 1879
...merchants and traders, not more than three in this city ever acquire independence. "It was," he continued, "with great distrust that I came to this conclusion...experienced merchant he fully admitted its truth." In more recent years the same statement was made by the late Abbott Lawrence ; and a canvass of the...
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Tact, Push, and Principle

William M. Thayer - 1882 - 369 páginas
...one hundred merchants and traders in Boston, not more than three ever acquired an independence. Is was with great distrust that I came to this conclusion...experienced merchant, he fully admitted its truth." A gentleman who listened to General Dearborn's address, doubted his statement, and, in consequence,...
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