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    Harper's Weekly

    7/1/1905

    John Hay T IIK death of John Hay Secretary of State half an hour after midnight on July I at his country home The Fella on Lake Sun tpeo New II am pah ire came at a time when the people of the L nitrd States had every reason to believe him well on the highroad to recovery from Ilia illness Ilia death was shockingly midden as the attending physicians and even Mr Hay himself had made reassuring s


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    N.O. W. News, September 1979

    9/1/1979

    By Harold Helm WNWA Samuel M Hay was born August 7 1825i in Erie County Pa son of Joseph and Nancy Laughlin Hay well to do farmers He persuaded his parents to let him apprentice out to a tinsmith at the age of 15 because he wanted to learn a trade By age 19 he had become a master tinsmith In 1845 Hay traveled by boat from Erie to Milwaukee Wis He found work at his trade with S C Hall in Whitewater and he remained


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    N.O. W. News, September 1979

    9/1/1979

    By Harold Helm WNWA Samuel M Hay was born August 7 1825i in Erie County Pa son of Joseph and Nancy Laughlin Hay well to do farmers He persuaded his parents to let him apprentice out to a tinsmith at the age of 15 because he wanted to learn a trade By age 19 he had become a master tinsmith In 1845 Hay traveled by boat from Erie to Milwaukee Wis He found work at his trade with S C Hall in Whitewater and he remained


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    N.O. W. News, September 1979

    9/1/1979

    By Harold Helm WNWA Samuel M Hay was born August 7 1825i in Erie County Pa son of Joseph and Nancy Laughlin Hay well to do farmers He persuaded his parents to let him apprentice out to a tinsmith at the age of 15 because he wanted to learn a trade By age 19 he had become a master tinsmith In 1845 Hay traveled by boat from Erie to Milwaukee Wis He found work at his trade with S C Hall in Whitewater and he remained


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1997

    opinions and who had a virtually professional sensitivity to seditious propaganda real or perceived It was not an unusual eighteenth century practice to invent a pseudonym simply by using as initials certain letters of one s name the first letter of a forename and the last of one s surname for example If this is the case here then R Y might conceivably suggest the collector William Robert Hay 1761 1839 Although Hay s formal practice was to use both his forenames or more usually his initials his preferred Christian name inherited from his uncle and godfather Robert Hay Drummond archbishop of York 1761 76 seems to have been Robert and to his radical detractors in the days of his notoriety after Peterloo he became known us the Reverend Robert Rednose 2 If Hay is o


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    Harlan J. Berk, Ltd., 147th Buy or Bid Sale

    380 AXUMITE KINGDOM ANONYMOUS 4th Century AD Gilt AR 15 0 77g Munro Hay The Coinage of Axum p 86 Vac 27 Obv Bust of king r Rx Cross within circle legend around Other than a rare coin of Ezanas this is the earliest example of a Christian cross on a coin Gold on reverse FineA F 425 381 AXUMITE KINGDOM ANONYMOUS 4th Century AD AE 14 1 38g Munro Hay The Coinage of Axum p 87 Vac 28 Obv Bust of king r Rx Cross within circle legend around


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    Harlan J. Berk, Ltd., 147th Buy or Bid Sale

    380 AXUMITE KINGDOM ANONYMOUS 4th Century AD Gilt AR 15 0 77g Munro Hay The Coinage of Axum p 86 Vac 27 Obv Bust of king r Rx Cross within circle legend around Other than a rare coin of Ezanas this is the earliest example of a Christian cross on a coin Gold on reverse FineA F 425 381 AXUMITE KINGDOM ANONYMOUS 4th Century AD AE 14 1 38g Munro Hay The Coinage of Axum p 87 Vac 28 Obv Bust of king r Rx Cross within circle legend around


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    Harlan J. Berk, Ltd., 147th Buy or Bid Sale

    380 AXUMITE KINGDOM ANONYMOUS 4th Century AD Gilt AR 15 0 77g Munro Hay The Coinage of Axum p 86 Vac 27 Obv Bust of king r Rx Cross within circle legend around Other than a rare coin of Ezanas this is the earliest example of a Christian cross on a coin Gold on reverse FineA F 425 381 AXUMITE KINGDOM ANONYMOUS 4th Century AD AE 14 1 38g Munro Hay The Coinage of Axum p 87 Vac 28 Obv Bust of king r Rx Cross within circle legend around


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1997

    opinions and who had a virtually professional sensitivity to seditious propaganda real or perceived It was not an unusual eighteenth century practice to invent a pseudonym simply by using as initials certain letters of one s name the first letter of a forename and the last of one s surname for example If this is the case here then R Y might conceivably suggest the collector William Robert Hay 1761 1839 Although Hay s formal practice was to use both his forenames or more usually his initials his preferred Christian name inherited from his uncle and godfather Robert Hay Drummond archbishop of York 1761 76 seems to have been Robert and to his radical detractors in the days of his notoriety after Peterloo he became known us the Reverend Robert Rednose 2 If Hay is o


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1868)

    1/1/1868

    ses of all the sections namely rent fuel materials for drawing engraving and prijiting and for transportation of instruments xnaps and charts for miscel laneous office expenses and for the purchase of neiv instru ments books maps and charts Section I Coast of Maine New Hampshire Massachusetts and Rhode Island Field worlc To continue the triangulation of Passamaquoddy Hay and its branches and to extend the work so as to include the northeastern boundary along the 8t Croix river to continue the topography of Frewctoum s hay that of the islands and shores of sPenohscot hay that of Saco hay and of the shores and islands of Narragansett hay to continue off shorg soundings along the coast of Maine and the hydrography of Frenchman s hay Oolds horough hay


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1868)

    1/1/1868

    ses of all the sections namely rent fuel materials for drawing engraving and prijiting and for transportation of instruments xnaps and charts for miscel laneous office expenses and for the purchase of neiv instru ments books maps and charts Section I Coast of Maine New Hampshire Massachusetts and Rhode Island Field worlc To continue the triangulation of Passamaquoddy Hay and its branches and to extend the work so as to include the northeastern boundary along the 8t Croix river to continue the topography of Frewctoum s hay that of the islands and shores of sPenohscot hay that of Saco hay and of the shores and islands of Narragansett hay to continue off shorg soundings along the coast of Maine and the hydrography of Frenchman s hay Oolds horough hay


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1868)

    1/1/1868

    ses of all the sections namely rent fuel materials for drawing engraving and prijiting and for transportation of instruments xnaps and charts for miscel laneous office expenses and for the purchase of neiv instru ments books maps and charts Section I Coast of Maine New Hampshire Massachusetts and Rhode Island Field worlc To continue the triangulation of Passamaquoddy Hay and its branches and to extend the work so as to include the northeastern boundary along the 8t Croix river to continue the topography of Frewctoum s hay that of the islands and shores of sPenohscot hay that of Saco hay and of the shores and islands of Narragansett hay to continue off shorg soundings along the coast of Maine and the hydrography of Frenchman s hay Oolds horough hay


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    Harper's Weekly

    1/1/1903

    HARPERS WEEKLY JOHN Hay AND THE NEW TREATY T HE signing by Secretary of Stute Hay and Sir Michael Herbert of the treaty submitting to arbitration the long drawn out Alaska boundary dispute following with such startling almost sensational quickness the treaty signed by Mr Hay with the Colombian government granting the right of way for the construction of the Panama Canal call reTiewed attention to the remarkable


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 72]

    /1906

    NG BAILEE RECEIPT BROKERS AND FAC TORS PRINCIPAL AND AGENT RE SILIATION OF CONTRACT OOSSELIN VS THE ONTAKIO BANK Supreme Court Reports Volume 36 page 406 This was an appeal from the Court of the Kings Bench of the Province of Quebec by which the judgment of the superior court in favor of the plain tiff was reduced and modified The plaintiff sued for the recovery of 5 324 bales of Hay and fifty four bills of lading granted by several railway companies to the plaintiff in May 1894 and prayed that the defendants should be ordered to return the hay and bills of lading and in default condemned to pay him 5 244 50 The plaintiff having agreed to sell hay to the firm of Marsan Brosseau at 8 50 per ton loaded the hay on cars and took said bills of lading from the railway


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 72]

    /1906

    NG BAILEE RECEIPT BROKERS AND FAC TORS PRINCIPAL AND AGENT RE SILIATION OF CONTRACT OOSSELIN VS THE ONTAKIO BANK Supreme Court Reports Volume 36 page 406 This was an appeal from the Court of the Kings Bench of the Province of Quebec by which the judgment of the superior court in favor of the plain tiff was reduced and modified The plaintiff sued for the recovery of 5 324 bales of Hay and fifty four bills of lading granted by several railway companies to the plaintiff in May 1894 and prayed that the defendants should be ordered to return the hay and bills of lading and in default condemned to pay him 5 244 50 The plaintiff having agreed to sell hay to the firm of Marsan Brosseau at 8 50 per ton loaded the hay on cars and took said bills of lading from the railway


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    Harper's Weekly

    1/1/1898

    many battles with nnture to give up entirely when the hot winds smite him grievous ly He is too intelligent to sit still and do nothing at such a time and so for years he has been studying how to de feat nature in what to him is her most costly mood More over the intelligent farmer with the aid of scientific re search and experiment has been practically successful In two crops alfalfa Hay and Kaffir corn he has found drouth resisting qualities that practically defy nature s withering blasts Alfalfa of itself is a most valuable crop for feeding and developing live stock and besides w ith stands great heat It is almost an ideal food Kaffir corn has practically the same nutritive qualities that Indian corn possesses and also withstands great heat Takeu altogether alfalf


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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1860

    resting one elbow on a barrel cars vessel and canal lock in tlic background 1 on left lower corner men in the top of a large figure I on right center Right end a fe male holding grain and leaning on a fence figure 1 above j Is in center a view in a harbor a ship with top sails hoisted in foreground u sloop steamboat anow and spear ONE above 2s left upper quarter view of Hay Market Square TWO iu corner bLdow Right end sailor erect liand resting on a capstan 2 nlwvc 3s left upper quarter view of Hay Market Square oxen and load of hay horses carriages c 3 iti cor ner below Right end front view of a ship 3 above 5s left Jipper quarter view of Hay Market Sqjiare load of hay market wagons c FIVE in corn T be low large 5 on the riglit o


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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1862

    n the top of large figure 2 on right center Right end a lady seated 2 on TWO above and below 2s in center of left end a female reclining wrapped in a flag and holding pole and cap bale eagle and distant vessels 2 in each left corner Right end two females seated a pile of fruit between them 2 in up per corner 3s left upper quarter a man on a horse boy cattle dog and load of Hay 3 on left lower corner large 3 across right center Right end a female with flowers THREE above and below 3s left upper quarter three females seated the cen ter one on a bale distaff quadrant wand and sickle Oval portrait of Webster on right of picture Right end a ship lying to with signals at her mast head 3 above 3 on left lower corner 5s left upper quarter a spread ea


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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1860

    resting one elbow on a barrel cars vessel and canal lock in tlic background 1 on left lower corner men in the top of a large figure I on right center Right end a fe male holding grain and leaning on a fence figure 1 above j Is in center a view in a harbor a ship with top sails hoisted in foreground u sloop steamboat anow and spear ONE above 2s left upper quarter view of Hay Market Square TWO iu corner bLdow Right end sailor erect liand resting on a capstan 2 nlwvc 3s left upper quarter view of Hay Market Square oxen and load of hay horses carriages c 3 iti cor ner below Right end front view of a ship 3 above 5s left Jipper quarter view of Hay Market Sqjiare load of hay market wagons c FIVE in corn T be low large 5 on the riglit o


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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1862

    n the top of large figure 2 on right center Right end a lady seated 2 on TWO above and below 2s in center of left end a female reclining wrapped in a flag and holding pole and cap bale eagle and distant vessels 2 in each left corner Right end two females seated a pile of fruit between them 2 in up per corner 3s left upper quarter a man on a horse boy cattle dog and load of Hay 3 on left lower corner large 3 across right center Right end a female with flowers THREE above and below 3s left upper quarter three females seated the cen ter one on a bale distaff quadrant wand and sickle Oval portrait of Webster on right of picture Right end a ship lying to with signals at her mast head 3 above 3 on left lower corner 5s left upper quarter a spread ea


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1997

    issue of The Gentleman j Magazine has this to say about the Rebello token No sooner was the proprietor deceased but a counterfeit token was struck from very inferior dies and sold at 2s each Impressions were taken on penny pieces and the dies were interchanged and crossed into others 32 Such parallels I recognise by no means establish any positive correlation of identity between Hay and R Y but one other entry in Hay s copy of Pye deserves some attention in this excursus The principal die sinkers of eighteenth century tokens were J Milton of the Tower Boulton and Watt of Birmingham Wyon of Birmingham Hancock of the same place under whom Jorden learnt the art and Mainwaring In September 1796 I learnt at Birmingham that Mainwaring was dead one W Lutwyche then


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1997

    led him on in the cause of democracy and as they may be explained by the circumstances of the day Dies which tho not apparently mischievous in themselves were capable of making a strong impression when mixed with others 0 ne could scarcely conceive how industrious and ingenious these jacobins were in the instance of medals to poison the minds of the Community J i Like R Y Hay too had an unerring appreciation of the true intent and likely popular appeal of Spence s token production He had after all an almost professional interest in the activities of political dissidents He built up a large collection of seditious pamphlets broadsides and notices and his obviously extensive cabinet of political tokens equally reflected his recognition of the similar demagogic p


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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1860

    resting one elbow on a barrel cars vessel and canal lock in tlic background 1 on left lower corner men in the top of a large figure I on right center Right end a fe male holding grain and leaning on a fence figure 1 above j Is in center a view in a harbor a ship with top sails hoisted in foreground u sloop steamboat anow and spear ONE above 2s left upper quarter view of Hay Market Square TWO iu corner bLdow Right end sailor erect liand resting on a capstan 2 nlwvc 3s left upper quarter view of Hay Market Square oxen and load of hay horses carriages c 3 iti cor ner below Right end front view of a ship 3 above 5s left Jipper quarter view of Hay Market Sqjiare load of hay market wagons c FIVE in corn T be low large 5 on the riglit o


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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1862

    n the top of large figure 2 on right center Right end a lady seated 2 on TWO above and below 2s in center of left end a female reclining wrapped in a flag and holding pole and cap bale eagle and distant vessels 2 in each left corner Right end two females seated a pile of fruit between them 2 in up per corner 3s left upper quarter a man on a horse boy cattle dog and load of Hay 3 on left lower corner large 3 across right center Right end a female with flowers THREE above and below 3s left upper quarter three females seated the cen ter one on a bale distaff quadrant wand and sickle Oval portrait of Webster on right of picture Right end a ship lying to with signals at her mast head 3 above 3 on left lower corner 5s left upper quarter a spread ea


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    Harper's Weekly

    1/1/1909

    e than make IvecaiiUH iMlatiuns to the Ix gislalttrr in order to effort result Am EUR Invaded a Towim By A W North Making me claim heroism member 1 e whom you meet that we are doing our Is st that the mountaineer here have shown a are fine diriment Ilnur many people are lliere in Jackson f Onlv a hundrol yet in the past ten days they have given tlw elk a hundred and fifty tons of Hay Tlw elk were everywhere a great brown wpiadnut nf them e ccYv and calve spike bull and splcmlid munv antlerrel hull We were cl w til them nc t 11 Iciiiidic I ca e distant We came closer pciliup fifty yard Then a grand old bull threw liack lii noble load und trotted acru the mad l l tv 11 fifteen hundred follower at lei heel A thousand stood fast lenig sw the live


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1997

    issue of The Gentleman j Magazine has this to say about the Rebello token No sooner was the proprietor deceased but a counterfeit token was struck from very inferior dies and sold at 2s each Impressions were taken on penny pieces and the dies were interchanged and crossed into others 32 Such parallels I recognise by no means establish any positive correlation of identity between Hay and R Y but one other entry in Hay s copy of Pye deserves some attention in this excursus The principal die sinkers of eighteenth century tokens were J Milton of the Tower Boulton and Watt of Birmingham Wyon of Birmingham Hancock of the same place under whom Jorden learnt the art and Mainwaring In September 1796 I learnt at Birmingham that Mainwaring was dead one W Lutwyche then


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1997

    led him on in the cause of democracy and as they may be explained by the circumstances of the day Dies which tho not apparently mischievous in themselves were capable of making a strong impression when mixed with others 0 ne could scarcely conceive how industrious and ingenious these jacobins were in the instance of medals to poison the minds of the Community J i Like R Y Hay too had an unerring appreciation of the true intent and likely popular appeal of Spence s token production He had after all an almost professional interest in the activities of political dissidents He built up a large collection of seditious pamphlets broadsides and notices and his obviously extensive cabinet of political tokens equally reflected his recognition of the similar demagogic p


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 7]

    /1853

    amount of the plaintiff s claim against the defendant and the amount which he should receive under the assignment and that only such part of the note should be paid as the assigned property should be insufficient to pay Case v Gerrish 15 Pick 49 21 In an action by H against R for money had and received H gave in evidence a due bill signed by R of this tenor Due H 3314 pounds of Hay at my barn on demand and also gave in evidence to prove the consideration of said due bill a receipt of a previous date signed by R in these words Received of H 9150 in full for contract for fifteen tons of hay the hay to be delivered to order or if sold to be accounted for with H H also gave evidence that he had received part of the hay mentioned in the receipt and that


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 7]

    /1853

    amount of the plaintiff s claim against the defendant and the amount which he should receive under the assignment and that only such part of the note should be paid as the assigned property should be insufficient to pay Case v Gerrish 15 Pick 49 21 In an action by H against R for money had and received H gave in evidence a due bill signed by R of this tenor Due H 3314 pounds of Hay at my barn on demand and also gave in evidence to prove the consideration of said due bill a receipt of a previous date signed by R in these words Received of H 9150 in full for contract for fifteen tons of hay the hay to be delivered to order or if sold to be accounted for with H H also gave evidence that he had received part of the hay mentioned in the receipt and that


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 72]

    /1906

    nited States They also sell to such manufacturers con siderable quantities of wools imported from abroad under letters of credit These are entered in American ports But it is a dangerous experiment to give time to manufacturers on such goods Though they may be reported in high credit and possessed of large capital the very fact of their asking credit should he the reason for refusing it Hay The growing of hay in some districts of Canada forms an important part of a farmer s operations But the hay crop though of very great value seldom calls for bank advances to any extent Farmers use much of it themselves A good part of the rest is handled by small dealers scattered through the country districts The article is too bulky to be gathered into warehouses but considerable quant


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    Harper's Weekly

    7/1/1904

    II A RPER S WEEKLY John Hay s Great Speech TlIB culminating speech of tlir i Miiipuign mnven lion ami a it rcnuiiiiid iili tnritially unimHlified in tin noniincr a s ccli of acix ptunec ami letter of acceptance It will lx reoicnt la red that thi arraignment in the form whieh it rctainrd up to tin lust two weeks of the eaiopa ign made next to nothing of the tariff U ur or of the lour of the trn lv Mt IIayV spe


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    Harper's Weekly

    7/1/1898

    der Mr Evarts and when the Huyes administration went out lie btu t the Tribune which he edited in the absence of Mr Ke id during the crilicnl period of the quarrel between Garfield and Conkline Editing a New York newspaper in those days was a different job from what it is now and wag done somewhat less with the nose than of late scare and somewhat more with the other faculties Colonel Hay edited the Tribuue to the satisfaction of Mr Held Meanwhile Colonel Hay had married the daughter of Mr Slone of Cleveland a rich and discerning man who had so manv uses for an able soil in law that in 1881 Colouel Hay stopped newspapenng in New York nd went to live in Cleveland It is suspected that while there he wrote the successful novel The Iirmd mnnert but that has never lieen


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 7]

    /1853

    amount of the plaintiff s claim against the defendant and the amount which he should receive under the assignment and that only such part of the note should be paid as the assigned property should be insufficient to pay Case v Gerrish 15 Pick 49 21 In an action by H against R for money had and received H gave in evidence a due bill signed by R of this tenor Due H 3314 pounds of Hay at my barn on demand and also gave in evidence to prove the consideration of said due bill a receipt of a previous date signed by R in these words Received of H 9150 in full for contract for fifteen tons of hay the hay to be delivered to order or if sold to be accounted for with H H also gave evidence that he had received part of the hay mentioned in the receipt and that


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 72]

    /1906

    nited States They also sell to such manufacturers con siderable quantities of wools imported from abroad under letters of credit These are entered in American ports But it is a dangerous experiment to give time to manufacturers on such goods Though they may be reported in high credit and possessed of large capital the very fact of their asking credit should he the reason for refusing it Hay The growing of hay in some districts of Canada forms an important part of a farmer s operations But the hay crop though of very great value seldom calls for bank advances to any extent Farmers use much of it themselves A good part of the rest is handled by small dealers scattered through the country districts The article is too bulky to be gathered into warehouses but considerable quant


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    Harper's Weekly

    7/1/1904

    II A RPER S WEEKLY John Hay s Great Speech TlIB culminating speech of tlir i Miiipuign mnven lion ami a it rcnuiiiiid iili tnritially unimHlified in tin noniincr a s ccli of acix ptunec ami letter of acceptance It will lx reoicnt la red that thi arraignment in the form whieh it rctainrd up to tin lust two weeks of the eaiopa ign made next to nothing of the tariff U ur or of the lour of the trn lv Mt IIayV spe


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    Harper's Weekly

    7/1/1898

    der Mr Evarts and when the Huyes administration went out lie btu t the Tribune which he edited in the absence of Mr Ke id during the crilicnl period of the quarrel between Garfield and Conkline Editing a New York newspaper in those days was a different job from what it is now and wag done somewhat less with the nose than of late scare and somewhat more with the other faculties Colonel Hay edited the Tribuue to the satisfaction of Mr Held Meanwhile Colonel Hay had married the daughter of Mr Slone of Cleveland a rich and discerning man who had so manv uses for an able soil in law that in 1881 Colouel Hay stopped newspapenng in New York nd went to live in Cleveland It is suspected that while there he wrote the successful novel The Iirmd mnnert but that has never lieen


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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1862

    left lower corner State arms on right of the vignette Right end an oval male portrait 1 above 2s left center an oval portrait of a young lady On right lower quarter a man plowing with two horses led by a boy a cherub seated in a scroll and holding a die containing figure 2 above Left end State arms small 2 in corner above 3s lower center a man and a boy loading an ox wagon with Hay small portrait of a child each side Right end State arms 3 above Left end a surveyor and two men 3 above 5s left lower quarter Or Kane and party in Arctic regions boat dogs sledge and icebergs 5 on upper part of left end Mate arms on right of vignette Right end portrait of Buchanan 5 above Bank of Carmi Carmi Is upper center a large bull Rijjht end oval female portrait


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    Hodges' Genuine Bank Notes of America

    /1859

    e globe etc XX 50s male and female 50 Cupid 50 50 woman etc 50 IOOs eagle cars canal boat 100 female 100 man 100 500s 500 500 woman Indian In canoe 500 D D New Market Bank New Market Is 1 female bale cloth factories road falls vil lage 1 girl s head one die boy s head one Im plements 8s formers male female child in front men loading Hay cart girl 2 female chickens 2 male portrait implements 5s declaration of independence 5 Cass male head eagle IOs Webster former drover ox barn yard justice die 10 horse 80s two winged females two Cupids in 20 in clouds 20 each 6ide vig die male portrait die Clay 50s 60 Washington 50 female head die fe male U S Capitol IOOs ship on stocks 100


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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1862

    left lower corner State arms on right of the vignette Right end an oval male portrait 1 above 2s left center an oval portrait of a young lady On right lower quarter a man plowing with two horses led by a boy a cherub seated in a scroll and holding a die containing figure 2 above Left end State arms small 2 in corner above 3s lower center a man and a boy loading an ox wagon with Hay small portrait of a child each side Right end State arms 3 above Left end a surveyor and two men 3 above 5s left lower quarter Or Kane and party in Arctic regions boat dogs sledge and icebergs 5 on upper part of left end Mate arms on right of vignette Right end portrait of Buchanan 5 above Bank of Carmi Carmi Is upper center a large bull Rijjht end oval female portrait


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    Hodges' Genuine Bank Notes of America

    /1859

    e globe etc XX 50s male and female 50 Cupid 50 50 woman etc 50 IOOs eagle cars canal boat 100 female 100 man 100 500s 500 500 woman Indian In canoe 500 D D New Market Bank New Market Is 1 female bale cloth factories road falls vil lage 1 girl s head one die boy s head one Im plements 8s formers male female child in front men loading Hay cart girl 2 female chickens 2 male portrait implements 5s declaration of independence 5 Cass male head eagle IOs Webster former drover ox barn yard justice die 10 horse 80s two winged females two Cupids in 20 in clouds 20 each 6ide vig die male portrait die Clay 50s 60 Washington 50 female head die fe male U S Capitol IOOs ship on stocks 100


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    Harper's Weekly

    1/1/1904

    llAkl KKS U F KKLV Secretary Hay s Circular Note to the Powers yminrv of nnna proper is rupui u iy f U i 7 J idled I inlet mh t i i t il m t i in f it is plain that nu pretext will ItKt OKK discussing the immediate and po ibl till imatc coiim he bo t looming for any fuithcr di meuibermcnt of China projter qucnces of the note addressed l Soudan lla lo all the powers ami also that China will have laid a basis for


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    Petersons' Counterfeit Detector and Bank Note List

    7/1/1868

    lO MILLVILLE BANK Vitivilte Cumbcrlandco par N Stratton Prcs i Lewis Mulford Cash 3si spurlomi vlg female on hales near the sea 38 altered vlg a fiinner driving horses lo a trough 56 altered vlg whallngicenc MOUNT UOL LY BANK Mount Holly F par Muses Willis Pres I T 1 Armstrong Caah 3aBpurlouB vlg iwrtrait Ugure 2 each side 33 bpuriuub vig farmers working lu Hay Held 3b altered vtg female floating on water 3s altered vig vessels at sea Unlike genuine 5i altered vlcwuf the capilol at Washing ton Taylor right ol vii I he gcmiine I rtuton SUlte house wlOl portrait ol Henry Clay on lower left corner 5b altered vijf whaling cene Unlike genuine 10b altered from Is Two Circular vlsiiottcii NEWARK BANKING CO Y a Jiini N


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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1862

    left lower corner State arms on right of the vignette Right end an oval male portrait 1 above 2s left center an oval portrait of a young lady On right lower quarter a man plowing with two horses led by a boy a cherub seated in a scroll and holding a die containing figure 2 above Left end State arms small 2 in corner above 3s lower center a man and a boy loading an ox wagon with Hay small portrait of a child each side Right end State arms 3 above Left end a surveyor and two men 3 above 5s left lower quarter Or Kane and party in Arctic regions boat dogs sledge and icebergs 5 on upper part of left end Mate arms on right of vignette Right end portrait of Buchanan 5 above Bank of Carmi Carmi Is upper center a large bull Rijjht end oval female portrait


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    Hodges' Genuine Bank Notes of America

    /1859

    e globe etc XX 50s male and female 50 Cupid 50 50 woman etc 50 IOOs eagle cars canal boat 100 female 100 man 100 500s 500 500 woman Indian In canoe 500 D D New Market Bank New Market Is 1 female bale cloth factories road falls vil lage 1 girl s head one die boy s head one Im plements 8s formers male female child in front men loading Hay cart girl 2 female chickens 2 male portrait implements 5s declaration of independence 5 Cass male head eagle IOs Webster former drover ox barn yard justice die 10 horse 80s two winged females two Cupids in 20 in clouds 20 each 6ide vig die male portrait die Clay 50s 60 Washington 50 female head die fe male U S Capitol IOOs ship on stocks 100


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    Peterson's Phildaelphia Counterfeit detector and Bank Note List

    5/1/1863

    wo females and large 5 j 5 s vlg three females female and shield on right 10 s spurious vig female ship ate B ank of beaver county New Brighton Beaver Co par S Merrick Pres Edwd lloopes Cash Does not issuo any small notes 5 s spurious vig man girl standing boy on ground 5 s altered vig man seated with child dog horses 5 s altered vlir lower right men loading Hay left upper herdsman driving cattle into a stream 5408 altered vig female overlooking city BANK OF CATASAUQ UA THE par Eli J Sanger Pres M IT Horn Jr Cash as counterfeit vig farm scene men and women resting Washineton and 2 right Penn and 2 left 5 s purious vig a canal scene a man holding two horses on right man and woman under a tree on left 5 s and 10 s alter


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    Peterson's Phildaelphia Counterfeit detector and Bank Note List

    5/1/1863

    Os spurious vlg n field of grain j girl on right 20 vig two females and eagle Hying Discount I F ALLKILL BANK Poughkeepsie IF Wm C Sterling Pres John F Hull Cash 5s vig Washington on horseback c others a female shield and eagle on left end State arms FARMERS BANK Attica Wyoming Co F Leonidas Doty Banker A R Warner Cash 2b altered vig hoy lying near Hay sheaves c 2s 3s 5 b 10s altered vig cattle under tree 5s altered vig Franklin 5 man c hildren c 10 altered from 2 t Bank issues no 10 FARMERS BANK Amsterdam Montgomery County li FRANKPORT BANK Frankfort Herkimer T T i j rv i n v 7 i IACOIMW U FORT PLAIN BANK Fort Plain Montgomery County F s V A Ilaslett Pres D F Young Cas


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    The Essay-Proof Journal

    1/1/1988

    30 The Essay Proof Journal No 177 John Hay Experimental Essays and Proofs by BARBARA R MUELLER roof prints of stamp like images made by independent and or free lance designers and engravers often show up on the philatelic market as rare essays Such has been the case with the varied products of H L Peckmore as periodically reported in this Journal An other artist who has often been outside the security printing establishment is J


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    Harper's Weekly

    7/1/1905

    nd the Pre i dent wan never more manifest than in hi securing Kunr Rihit a successor to John Hat Apart from the first requisite of high ability Mr Rikit t especially lilted to quickly gather up the loose thread of affair because of hi intimate famil iarity with every presting question and with moat dormant question White in the cabinet hi advice wu nought by he President and Mr Hay in every perplexing problem That he gives up an income of 30Q MX a year to serve hi country for 8000 i just that prnclieal form of patriotism ami sacri fice which those who know and love him have come to expect And the new Secretary of State i not a rich man Of John Hay the American historian will say that hi opportunity came late but that he made the most of it lie wax in hi sixti


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    Harper's Weekly

    7/1/1905

    HARPER S WEEKLY Anecdotes of John Hay By F M White Tons Hay m rourtwy to mcndier of the profession of which he wan once a brilliant member ii well known but the follow mg incident have nev T Tieen related When the Herman Knipcror waa making preparation for hit visit to I ulcaline in I HUS a New York journalist w ho wished to accompany the ex teilition for profe ional rrnMinH ought the Ameritun einhiiwry in londnn in f


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    Harper's Weekly

    1/1/1904

    llAkl KKS U F KKLV Secretary Hay s Circular Note to the Powers yminrv of nnna proper is rupui u iy f U i 7 J idled I inlet mh t i i t il m t i in f it is plain that nu pretext will ItKt OKK discussing the immediate and po ibl till imatc coiim he bo t looming for any fuithcr di meuibermcnt of China projter qucnces of the note addressed l Soudan lla lo all the powers ami also that China will have laid a basis for


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