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Shâh Shâpûr II, disguised as a merchant, travels to Rûm and arranged an audience with Qaysar (the Byzantine emperor).

Shâh Shâpûr II, disguised as a merchant, travels to Rûm and arranged an audience with Qaysar (the Byzantine emperor).

Habit of a merchant's wife in Russia in 1765. Femme d'un marchand Russe.

Habit of a wealthy merchant of London in 1588. Riche marchand de Londres.

Habit of a merchant's wife of Paris in 1626. Femme d'un marchand de Paris.

Habit of a Russian merchant in 1577. Marchand Russe.

Habit of a merchant's wife of Paris in 1640. Merchade de Paris.

Habit of a merchant of Arabia in 1568. Merchant Arabe.

Habit of a merchant of Dantzic. Marchand de Dantzic.

Habit of a merchant of Misnia in 1577. Marchand de Misnie.

Habit of a merchant's wife of London in 1640. Femme d'un marchand de Londres.

The wife of a Franc merchant in an undress in 1700. Femme d'un Franc en deshabille.

Habit of a merchant of Paris in 1626. Marchand de Paris.

Habit of a merchant of Indostan in 1700. Marchand d'Indostan.

Habit of a Franc Merchant in 1700. Marchand Franc.

Habit of a Polish merchant. Merchand Polonois.

Seated female salt merchant in red sari

Seated female salt merchant in red sari

Seated female salt merchant in red sari

New York Merchant's Exchange

Plate 9th. Council Chamber, City Hall, New York ; Public room, Merchant's Exchange, New York.

Webb's Congress Hall (142 Broadway) ; Merchant's Exchange-Wall Street, Masonic Hall Broadway.

Plate 10th. St. Paul's Church, Broadway, New York ; Merchant's Exchange, Wall Stt. New York.

New York Merchant's Exchange

Merchant's exchange, New York. Wall Street. 613

Arch over walk, near Merchant's Gate.

West end Main St., showing Merchant's Hotel.

Merchant's Exchange.

Chinese merchant and lady, San Francisco.

Interior of Faneuil Hall, merchant's fair.

Merchant's Gargling Oil Co's. laboratory and office, Lockport, N.Y.

Chinese merchant and wife, San Francisco.

The City Tavern, afterwards the Merchant's Coffee-House, west side of Second Street, above Walnut, as it appeared about the year 1800.

Merchant's Row, Rutland, Vt.

Janissary and merchant

Janissary and Merchant. Cairo

Comment Panurge feist en mer noyer le merchant et les moutons, livre IV, ch. VIII.

Comment Panurge feist en mer noyer le merchant et les moutons, livre IV, ch. VIII.

Interior of Faneuil Hall, merchant's fair.

Merchant's Exchange.

Chinese merchant and lady, San Francisco.

Interior of Faneuil Hall, merchant's fair.

Arch over walk, near Merchant's Gate.

Merchant's Row, Rutland, Vt.

Arch over walk, near Merchant's Gate.

West end Main St., showing Merchant's Hotel.

Chinese merchant and lady, San Francisco.

Chinese merchant and wife, San Francisco.

Merchant's Row, Rutland, Vt.

Arch over walk, near Merchant's Gate.

Arch over walk, near Merchant's Gate.

Merchant's Exchange.

West end Main St., showing Merchant's Hotel.

Merchant's Gargling Oil Co's. laboratory and office, Lockport, N.Y.

Merchant's Gargling Oil Co's. laboratory and office, Lockport, N.Y.

Chinese merchant and wife, San Francisco.

Date merchant.

The late Jonathan Sturges, a celebrated merchant and citizen of New York

Jewish Merchant

Merchant's Exchange, San Francisco.

Old Merchant's Exchange.

Merchant's Exchange, San Francisco, Cal.

Old Merchant's Exchange.

Old Merchant's Exchange.

Merchant's Exchange, San Francisco.

Merchant's Exchange, San Francisco, Cal.

Merchant's Exchange, San Francisco.

Merchant's Exchange, San Francisco, Cal.

Babras, merchant class, Jains, Sind.

Povindah, itinerant Afghan merchant, Soonnee Mahomedan, Gundapoor Kohat.

Chinese merchant and wife, San Francisco.

Chinese merchant and wife, San Francisco.

Chinese merchant and wife, San Francisco.

John W. Brown, Born May 1817 at Sharon, N. H. ; Rosanna Lorette Brown, Born Nov. 1818 at Le Roy, N.Y. ; Res. of John W. Brown, Pembroke, Genesee Co., N.Y. ; Rathbun Merchant & Custom Mills, E. Pembroke, Genesee Co., N.Y. Rathbun Bros.

Interior View of T. F. Woodward's Boot & Shoe store. 74 Main St. …. Batavia …. New York. Ladies ask for Cook & Lounsbury's fine shoes, they are the best shoes sold for the money. ; Interior View of J. C. Barnes & Co's store. 96 Main St., Batavia, N.Y. Merchant Tailors, dealers in Youths Boys and Children's clothing & Gents Furnishing goods. Batavia, N.Y. ; Flavoring extracts and essences of my own manufacture } G. G. Elmore, Wholesale and Retail Druggist. School, Blank, Books and Stationery. Orders filled with care at lowest prices. 92 Main St., Batavia, N.Y. { Elmore condition power for Horses, and Cattle, warranted to give satisfaction. ; Interior View of J. A. Clark's Jewelry store, No. 90 Main St. Batavia, N.Y. Established in 1834. ; Interior View of Southworth & Simpson's Foreigh & Domestic Dry Goods store. No. 101 Main St., Batavia, N.Y. ; Interior View of C. Houghton's Dental Parlors, over 98 Main St., Batavia, New York.

Taunton's pocket edition of the merchant's and shipper's guide map to the port of New York

Taunton's pocket edition of the merchant's and shipper's guide map to the port of New York

Taunton's pocket edition of the merchant's and shipper's guide map to the port of New York

Merchant's Gargling Oil Co's. laboratory and office, Lockport, N.Y. (Burned Jan. 5/[18]81).

Merchant's Gargling Oil Co's. laboratory and office, Lockport, N.Y. (Burned Jan. 5/[18]81).

Merchant's Gargling Oil Co's. laboratory and office, Lockport, N.Y. (Burned Jan. 5/[18]81).

Essex County, Left Page Plate: [Map bounded by Clover St., Chestnut St., Avenue H, Sanford St., Merchant St.]

DINNER] TO THE DELEGATES TO THE CONVENTION OF THE MERCHANT TAILOR'S NATIONAL EXCHANGE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA [held by] MERCHANT TAILOR'S SOCIETY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK [at] "THE BRUNSWICK, NEW YORK" (HOTEL)

DINNER] TO THE DELEGATES TO THE CONVENTION OF THE MERCHANT TAILOR'S NATIONAL EXCHANGE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA [held by] MERCHANT TAILOR'S SOCIETY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK [at] "THE BRUNSWICK, NEW YORK" (HOTEL)

DINNER] TO THE DELEGATES TO THE CONVENTION OF THE MERCHANT TAILOR'S NATIONAL EXCHANGE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA [held by] MERCHANT TAILOR'S SOCIETY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK [at] "THE BRUNSWICK, NEW YORK" (HOTEL)

DINNER] TO THE DELEGATES TO THE CONVENTION OF THE MERCHANT TAILOR'S NATIONAL EXCHANGE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA [held by] MERCHANT TAILOR'S SOCIETY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK [at] "THE BRUNSWICK, NEW YORK" (HOTEL)

DINNER] TO THE DELEGATES TO THE CONVENTION OF THE MERCHANT TAILOR'S NATIONAL EXCHANGE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA [held by] MERCHANT TAILOR'S SOCIETY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK [at] "THE BRUNSWICK, NEW YORK" (HOTEL)

The Apthorp mansion, residence of Charles Ward Apthorp, merchant and member of Governor's Council in New York, 1763-1783.

BANQUET TENTH ANNUAL MEETING [held by] MERCHANT TAILOR'S NATIONAL EXCHANGE [at] "HOTEL IROQUOIS, BUFFALO, NY" (HOTEL)

BANQUET TENTH ANNUAL MEETING [held by] MERCHANT TAILOR'S NATIONAL EXCHANGE [at] "HOTEL IROQUOIS, BUFFALO, NY" (HOTEL)

BANQUET TENTH ANNUAL MEETING [held by] MERCHANT TAILOR'S NATIONAL EXCHANGE [at] "HOTEL IROQUOIS, BUFFALO, NY" (HOTEL)

Merchant's Row, Rutland, Vt.

DINNER [held by] MERCHANT'S CLUB [at] NEW ALGONQUIN CLUB (CLUB)

DINNER [held by] MERCHANT'S CLUB [at] NEW ALGONQUIN CLUB (CLUB)

DINNER [held by] MERCHANT'S CLUB [at] NEW ALGONQUIN CLUB (CLUB)

DINNER [held by] MERCHANT'S CLUB [at] NEW ALGONQUIN CLUB (CLUB)

DINNER [held by] MERCHANT'S CLUB [at] NEW ALGONQUIN CLUB (CLUB)

DINNER [held by] MERCHANT'S CLUB [at] NEW ALGONQUIN CLUB (CLUB)

DINNER [held by] MERCHANT'S CLUB [at] NEW ALGONQUIN CLUB (CLUB)

DINNER [held by] MERCHANT'S CLUB [at] NEW ALGONQUIN CLUB (CLUB)

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