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    Harper's Weekly

    /1864 Numismatics; Periodicals

    o ripples of gold at every motion of the head Ellen Esmaine the sober elder sister who sat in the window seat threading sprays of coral on silver wire was altogether different not a bit pretty but very fresh and plump and lovable and the demure way in which she watched Matty s elf ish movements as a grown up catling might tol erate a little kitten s freaks was a sight to see And montague Rayner sitting at anchor in a small clear space in the sea of frippery was occupied in holding a skein of violet silk for the younger Miss Esmaine to wind Of course he was dreadfully clumsy about it perpetually dropping the ends and catching his great thumbs in the meshes and com mitting every faux pax that could be dreamed of in connection with a skein of violet silk but then he enjo


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1973 Numismatics Periodicals

    84 THE EXTANT ORMONDE PISTOLES AND DOUBLE PISTOLES OF 1646 so good But the two examples in Sir montague Chapman s cabinet take rather more explanation One of these can be identified with reasonable certainty It appeared as lot 65 in the sale of the collection of the late Sir Benjamin Chapman Bart 1 which took place at Sotheby s on 8 November 1894 and was sold to Spink for 51 a very high price at that date but in this case the catalogue carried Dr Smith s testimony as to the authenticity


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    30th mail bid catalogue ... [11/28/1959]



    Nov 10 1881 Anc Eng Siege etc 1075 lots 99pp June 2 3 1882 Greek Roman 356 lots 23pp May 19 1884 Roman gold silver 533 lots 30pp PL June 25 1886 Mil Naval Medals 145 lots 16pp June 28 1886 Roman Byzan 126 lots 14pp June 27 1887 Greek 731 lots 66pp Feb 2 1891 Anc Eng Saxon 588 lots 90pp The 9 Sales BOUND in one 8 00 1417 Nov 18 189 5 montague Coll I British Anglo Saxon 8 57 lots 107pp 6pls PL May 11 1896 857 lots 119pp 7pls PL III Nov 13 1896 988 lots 128pp 13pls PL 3 Sales BOUND in one 10 00 1418 Nov 18 1895 Montague Coll Brit Anglo Saxon I 857 lots 107pp 6pls PL June 15 1896 Bunbury Coll Greek I 1258 lots 155pp Spls May 11 1896 Montague II 857 lots 119pp 7pls PL 3 Sales BOUND in on


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1973 Numismatics Periodicals

    84 THE EXTANT ORMONDE PISTOLES AND DOUBLE PISTOLES OF 1646 so good But the two examples in Sir montague Chapman s cabinet take rather more explanation One of these can be identified with reasonable certainty It appeared as lot 65 in the sale of the collection of the late Sir Benjamin Chapman Bart 1 which took place at Sotheby s on 8 November 1894 and was sold to Spink for 51 a very high price at that date but in this case the catalogue carried Dr Smith s testimony as to the authenticity


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    29th mail bid catalogue .. [06/21/1958]



    1152 Nov 18 1895 montague Coll Brit Anglo Saxon I 857 lots 107pp 6pls PL II May 11 1896 857 lots 119pp 7pls PL III Nov 13 1896 988 lots 128pp 13pls PL IV July 15 1897 Irish Scotch etc 373 lots 52pp 5pls PL V Nov 1 6 1897 737 lots 98pp 5pls PL The complete English series of 5 Sales BOUND in one 20 00 1153 Bar 23 1896 Montague Greek Series I 816 lots 106pp 2 00 1154 May


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    30th mail bid catalogue ... [11/28/1959]



    Nov 10 1881 Anc Eng Siege etc 1075 lots 99pp June 2 3 1882 Greek Roman 356 lots 23pp May 19 1884 Roman gold silver 533 lots 30pp PL June 25 1886 Mil Naval Medals 145 lots 16pp June 28 1886 Roman Byzan 126 lots 14pp June 27 1887 Greek 731 lots 66pp Feb 2 1891 Anc Eng Saxon 588 lots 90pp The 9 Sales BOUND in one 8 00 1417 Nov 18 189 5 montague Coll I British Anglo Saxon 8 57 lots 107pp 6pls PL May 11 1896 857 lots 119pp 7pls PL III Nov 13 1896 988 lots 128pp 13pls PL 3 Sales BOUND in one 10 00 1418 Nov 18 1895 Montague Coll Brit Anglo Saxon I 857 lots 107pp 6pls PL June 15 1896 Bunbury Coll Greek I 1258 lots 155pp Spls May 11 1896 Montague II 857 lots 119pp 7pls PL 3 Sales BOUND in on


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1973 Numismatics Periodicals

    84 THE EXTANT ORMONDE PISTOLES AND DOUBLE PISTOLES OF 1646 so good But the two examples in Sir montague Chapman s cabinet take rather more explanation One of these can be identified with reasonable certainty It appeared as lot 65 in the sale of the collection of the late Sir Benjamin Chapman Bart 1 which took place at Sotheby s on 8 November 1894 and was sold to Spink for 51 a very high price at that date but in this case the catalogue carried Dr Smith s testimony as to the authenticity


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 54]

    /1897

    a rendered hy the United Statea Comte end State Coorta of laat reaort will he found in the MAOAznrB a Law Department aa early aa obtainable Attention ia alao directed to the BepUea to law and Banking Qneationa included in tbia Department NATIONAL BANK STOCK PLIABILITY WHERE TRANSFER MADE TO IRRE SPONSIBLE PERSON United Statea Circuit Court of Appeala Sixth Clrouit February 2 1897 COX vt montague In order that the transferrer of stock in an insolvent National bank may be held liable thereon it is not necessary that he should have had actual knowledge of the insolvency of the bank it is sufficient if he had good ground to apprehend the failure of the bank and made the transfer to an irresponsible person with intent to relieve himself from individual liability A letter addressed by a


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 54]

    /1897

    BANKING LAW 879 Ct 946 cited later in this opinion was so characterized by the Supreme Court In his answer montague set up that a few days prior to the transfer of his stock he was offered by a responsible party in Johnson City fifty cents on the dollar for a portion thereof with the assurance that a great part if not all of the residue would be taken at the same price That averment undoubtedly relates to the offer above referred to for it does not appear that any other was made It does not appear from t


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    Harper's Weekly

    1/1/1899 Numismatics; Periodicals

    New York club although replete with play of high quality missed interesting developments through the absence of Mackay one of the most promising of the younger class of players and the outof town detention of M La Mon tague which kept him from meeting Dinsmore in the second round In point of fact the most entertaining and exciting matches were those in which the veterans figured M La montague s defeat of Campbell can hardly lie called a surprise for the play of ueither was a revelation to those who had previously seen them in the court Im mense gratification however attended the result no less because of the triumph of La Montagne s tried and refined skill than for Campbell s exceptionally rapid progress in the art of the game It would disappoint all students of racquets were


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 10]

    /1856

    ither very much greater or very much less than the sovereign which we have now The confusion of the gold coinage was increased by wear by fraud by new coins and by the lowering of the silver until it reached its highest point in the last quarter of the seventeenth century The silver coinage had by that time arrived at a deplorable pitch of badness The great reformation projected by Charles montague afterwards Lord Halifax and carried into effect under his administration by Isaac New ton was completed in 1699 The history of this magnificent operation has not been properly written by the historians of the coinage whose attention has been too much engrossed by questions of head and tail Even the records of the Mint are far from sufficient on this important point We know that the main b


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine

    /1898 Numismatics Periodicals

    ccompaniment of breaking peanut shells And the appreciative munching of pop corn Elisha slipped from his seat and followed at a respectful distance With trem bling fingers he pressed a piece of silver into the willing hand of some functionary in uni form and took a modest position at the door of the tent into which the lions cage had dis appeared I I wish to speak to to Miss Minerva montague he said in a nervous whisper trying to assume the manner of a habitual haunter of greenrooms Yes sir she ll be out directly I ll tell her you re waitin replied the official depart ing with an alacrity which only bribery could have induced In a few moments he returned Miss Higgins says she don t know w ho you be he announced but she says she ll be goin outer that side entrauc


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    Harper's Monthly Magazine

    /1906 Numismatics Periodicals

    sonal friend of So and So whose great grandfather was one of those fine old East India merchants and etc he has made a safe start and nobody thinks any the less of him It was this formula that Bird adopted to introduce his beacon incident when he had finished a strained feeling existed between us The only conservative remark I can recall on this most unfortunate of evenings was made by montague Jones who just as we were silently and suspiciously bidding one an other a frigid good night said that he guessed there had been a Jones just about as long as there had been a Boston I could always love the man who makes a statement that leaves his audience groping hopelessly about them for an alibi and I saw that Jones and I might be drawn more closely together by what had occurred and fo


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    A voyage round the world : including an embassy to Muscat and Siam in 1835, 1836, and 1837

    /1838 Voyages around the world

    volumes embossed cloth LIFE OF JEFFERSON THE LIFE OF THOMAS JEFFERSON third President of the United States with parts of his correspondence never before published and notices of his opinions on questions of Civil Government National Po licy and Constitutional Law By George Tucker Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Virginia With an en graved bust In two volumes LADY montague THE CORRESPONDENCE OF LADY MARY WORTLEY MONTAGUE edit ed by Lord Wharncliffe including up wards of 150 letters never before publish ed A memoir of the Court of George I by Lady Montague and a Life of the Au thoress illustrative anecdotes and notes ad ded and the suppressed passages restored Handsomely bound in two volumes em bossed cloth By the same Author LIVES OF THE CARDINA


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    A voyage round the world : including an embassy to Muscat and Siam in 1835, 1836, and 1837

    /1838 Voyages around the world

    volumes embossed cloth LIFE OF JEFFERSON THE LIFE OF THOMAS JEFFERSON third President of the United States with parts of his correspondence never before published and notices of his opinions on questions of Civil Government National Po licy and Constitutional Law By George Tucker Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Virginia With an en graved bust In two volumes LADY montague THE CORRESPONDENCE OF LADY MARY WORTLEY MONTAGUE edit ed by Lord Wharncliffe including up wards of 150 letters never before publish ed A memoir of the Court of George I by Lady Montague and a Life of the Au thoress illustrative anecdotes and notes ad ded and the suppressed passages restored Handsomely bound in two volumes em bossed cloth By the same Author LIVES OF THE CARDINA


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    Harper's Weekly

    7/1/1894 Numismatics; Periodicals

    bei Were being equip d with paper circle bobi V lmrar abort polo mullet ntfis rti At a signal IlieV all came out kicking und iirsoeing and ptayrri n game tint was made up chief ly of villiciesis aixl foul It wuA very funny and caused n great drill of amufe nwiit to the specUitnca bill very liring I mu afraid to ihe player Tlie teams m Fust Rix ka way Cowdin Cheever IL La montague and K I a Mrai tngix Jim Duffel Ibalgiu F Henry A Hcnn sud Jacob After tlua ramie n liirvnd aixl needle race niili riders mi hiryekw riders In c bison 11 Iwly to tliread ibe Mtdle which brought out n large field me uxteeu sturt ing ursl was won nflcr 11 Laid right by F Henry ably as sisted hv Mrs K 1 11 Montague Jun Master March ll r ja r araisitd by Mi


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    FEDERAL RESERVE TO OPEN DENVER MONEY MUSEUM

    12/05/2010

    10th District which includes Colorado The Denver Branch is one of the district s regional branches To read the complete article see Fed s Denver Branch to open Money Museum www bizjournals com denver news 2010 12 02 feds denver branch to open money museum html There was also an article in Saturday s Denver Post Editor This will be something to complement what the Mint has said Stacee montague spokeswoman for the Federal Reserve It will bring a little bit of excitement to the 16th Street Mall No firm plans are in place for how the grassy area surrounding the building will be made more enticing to pedestrians but ideas being considered are displaying the large casks in which money is delivered to the bank or the old safe that has been with the Fed since it came to Denver in 1918


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    FEDERAL RESERVE TO OPEN DENVER MONEY MUSEUM

    12/05/2010

    rict which includes Colorado The Denver Branch is one of the district s regional branches To read the complete article see Fed s Denver Branch to open Money Museum www bizjournals com denver news 2010 12 02 feds denver branch to open money museum html There was also an article in Saturday s Denver Post Editor This will be something to complement what the Mint has said Stacee montague spokeswoman for the Federal Reserve It will bring a little bit of excitement to the 16th Street Mall No firm plans are in place for how the grassy area surrounding the building will be made more enticing to pedestrians but ideas being considered are displaying the large casks in which money is delivered to the bank or the old safe that has been with the Fed since it came to Denver in 1918


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    30th mail bid catalogue ... [11/28/1959]



    1424 1425 1426 1427 1428 1429 1430 1431 1432 1433 1434 1435 1436 1437 1438 143 9 1440 1441 1442 1443 1444 1445 1446 1447 1448 1449 1450 1451 1452 1453 Nov 13 1896 montague English III 988 lots 128pp 13pls PL BOUND May 2 4 1897 Montague Eng Medals 862 lots 141pp 8 pis BOUND Mar 15 1897 Montague Greek II 764 lots 103pp 5pls Same as above but BOUND in red May 23 189 8 Clark Coll English Proofs etc 5 70 lots 71pp 4pls PL BOUND May 7 1901 J E Moon Roman gold English Siege Anglo Saxon etc 5 82 lots 7 6pp 4pls Inter


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    A voyage round the world : including an embassy to Muscat and Siam in 1835, 1836, and 1837

    /1838 Voyages around the world

    volumes embossed cloth LIFE OF JEFFERSON THE LIFE OF THOMAS JEFFERSON third President of the United States with parts of his correspondence never before published and notices of his opinions on questions of Civil Government National Po licy and Constitutional Law By George Tucker Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Virginia With an en graved bust In two volumes LADY montague THE CORRESPONDENCE OF LADY MARY WORTLEY MONTAGUE edit ed by Lord Wharncliffe including up wards of 150 letters never before publish ed A memoir of the Court of George I by Lady Montague and a Life of the Au thoress illustrative anecdotes and notes ad ded and the suppressed passages restored Handsomely bound in two volumes em bossed cloth By the same Author LIVES OF THE CARDINA


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    Harper's Weekly

    7/1/1894 Numismatics; Periodicals

    bei Were being equip d with paper circle bobi V lmrar abort polo mullet ntfis rti At a signal IlieV all came out kicking und iirsoeing and ptayrri n game tint was made up chief ly of villiciesis aixl foul It wuA very funny and caused n great drill of amufe nwiit to the specUitnca bill very liring I mu afraid to ihe player Tlie teams m Fust Rix ka way Cowdin Cheever IL La montague and K I a Mrai tngix Jim Duffel Ibalgiu F Henry A Hcnn sud Jacob After tlua ramie n liirvnd aixl needle race niili riders mi hiryekw riders In c bison 11 Iwly to tliread ibe Mtdle which brought out n large field me uxteeu sturt ing ursl was won nflcr 11 Laid right by F Henry ably as sisted hv Mrs K 1 11 Montague Jun Master March ll r ja r araisitd by Mi


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    The Shekel, vol. 22, no. 3 (May-June 1989)

    /1989

    obles Was it because they wished to save the Jews from oppression Nothing of the sort But they considered that the right to torture a Jew and to extort money from him ought to be a monopoly of their own 5 In 1896 Theodor Herzl published his book The Jewish State The immediate reaction was not exactly what Herzl expected and he was particularly annoyed that the English politician Sir Samuel montague of whom he had great hopes refused to take any public notice of the work But Montague did send a copy of the book to Gladstone On June 1 1896 The Times of London published the following note addressed to Montague from Gladstone The subject of the publication which you were good enough to send me is highly interesting For the outsider it is not easy to form a judgement regarding it nor p


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    Universal auction : the George L. Lee, Jr. collection of foreign crowns, minor coins, United States and foreign gold ... [02/14-15/1958]



    8 Philip II of Spain Undated shilling Two heads Seabj 1530 Fine 85 Charles I 1625 1649 silver Crown Towermint King on horseback rev arms type 4 VF 86 Another small variety VF 87 Half Crown Tower mint with mint m crown 1635 King on horseback 1 Fine 88 COMMONWEALTH 1649 60 crown 1652 Seaby 2063 Fine 89 PATTERNS Charles II 1660 85 penny in brass N D vessel rev angel montague No 1 RARITY 4 VF 90 Pattern farthing Silver N D Bust Crowned bust rev 3 trophies M5 RARE VF 91 Pattern Farthing 1662 on edge Vessel rev Crown and lillies in the form of a cross M 14 rarity 6 EF VERY RARE 92 Same undated plain edge M 16A UNC 93 Pattern penny on large planchet Bust L rev Brittania seated IN EXERGUE BRITT ANIA M ll Rarity 4 VF RARE 94 Pattern farth


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    29th mail bid catalogue .. [06/21/1958]



    6 4pp Nov 10 1881 Anc Eng Siege etc 1075 lots 99pp June 23 1882 Greek Roman 356 lots 23pp May 19 1884 Roman gold silver 533 lots 30pp PL June 25 1886 Mil Naval Medals 145 lots 16pp June 28 1886 Roman Byzan 126 lots 14pp June 27 1887 Greek 731 lots 66pp Feb 2 1891 Anc Eng Saxon 588 lots 90pp The 9 Sales BOUND in one 10 00 Nov 18 1895 montague Coll I British Anglo Saxon 857 lots 107pp 6 pis PL II May 11 1896 857 lots 119pp 7pls PL III Nov 13 1896 988 lots 128pp 13pls PL 3 Sales BOUND in one 15 00 Nov 18 1895 Montague Coll Brit Anglo Saxon I 857 lots 107pp 6pls PL June 15 1896 Bunbury Coll Greek I 1258 lots 155pp 8pl May 11 1896 Montague II S57 lots 119pp 7pls PL 3 Sales BOUND in o


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    30th mail bid catalogue ... [11/28/1959]



    1424 1425 1426 1427 1428 1429 1430 1431 1432 1433 1434 1435 1436 1437 1438 143 9 1440 1441 1442 1443 1444 1445 1446 1447 1448 1449 1450 1451 1452 1453 Nov 13 1896 montague English III 988 lots 128pp 13pls PL BOUND May 2 4 1897 Montague Eng Medals 862 lots 141pp 8 pis BOUND Mar 15 1897 Montague Greek II 764 lots 103pp 5pls Same as above but BOUND in red May 23 189 8 Clark Coll English Proofs etc 5 70 lots 71pp 4pls PL BOUND May 7 1901 J E Moon Roman gold English Siege Anglo Saxon etc 5 82 lots 7 6pp 4pls Inter


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 10]

    /1856

    d to the government in 1691 a plan of a national bank and his plan was favorably received both by statesmen and by merchants But years passed away and nothing was done till in the spring of 1694 it became absolutely necessary to find some new mode of defraying the charges of the war Then at length the scheme devised by the poor and obscure Scottish adventurer was taken up in earnest by montague With Montague was closely allied Michael Godfrey the brother of that Sir Edmondsbury Godfrey whose sad and mysterious death had fifteen years before produced a terrible outbreak of popular feeling Michael was one of the ablest most upright and most opulent of the merchant princes of London He was as might have been expected from his near connection with the martyr of the Protestant faith


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 17]

    /1863

    d to the government in 1691 a plan of a national bank and his plan was favorably received both by statesmen and by merchants But years passed away and nothing was done till in the spring of 1694 it became absolutely necessary to find some new mode of defraying the charges of the war Then at length the scheme devised by the poor and obscure Scottish adventurer was taken np in earnest by montague With Montague was closely allied Michael Godfrey the brother of that Sir Edmondsbcrt Godfrey whoso Bad and mys terious death had fifteen years before produced a terrible outbreak of popular feeling Michael was one of the ablest most upright and most opulent of the merchant princes of London He was as might have been expected from his near connection with the martyr of the Pro testant


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 81]

    /1910

    e it will be a most wholesome and valuable lesson The New York banks with 50 000 000 surplus reserve are in good con dition to meet the crop moving demand There is not a suggestion of crisis in the situation and there is no reason why legiti mate commercial business should be in the least disturbed MODERN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND THEIR EQUIPMENT THE HOME TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK 198 montague STREET BROOKLYN RGANTZATION of the Home Trust Company of New York was begun in the early months of 1905 and brought to a close on the fifth day of April of that year when the new institution opened for business at 184 Montague street Brooklyn J Edward Swanstrom formerly borough president of Brooklyn was elected as the first president Associated with him on the official staff and the direct


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 87]

    /1913

    onths old but is showing progress the deposits being ahead of the oldest banking institution there Mr McCarthy is one of the best known hankers in Texas having attended all the State conventions for the past seventeen years He has a large list of personal ac quaintances among bankers all over the country There is only one way to secure tax reform from the next Legislature said Hill montague addressing the Richmond Chap ter of the American Institute of Banking at the Jefferson Hotel When the General Assembly mc ts call together ten or twelve representative deleerates from widely sepa rated points in the Staje and let them frame a tax reform bill to which they will give their united support through the ses sion I believe that is the most practical way to secure the passage of


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    A voyage round the world : including an embassy to Muscat and Siam in 1835, 1836, and 1837

    /1838 Voyages around the world

    volumes embossed cloth LIFE OF JEFFERSON THE LIFE OF THOMAS JEFFERSON third President of the United States with parts of his correspondence never before published and notices of his opinions on questions of Civil Government National Po licy and Constitutional Law By George Tucker Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Virginia With an en graved bust In two volumes LADY montague THE CORRESPONDENCE OF LADY MARY WORTLEY MONTAGUE edit ed by Lord Wharncliffe including up wards of 150 letters never before publish ed A memoir of the Court of George I by Lady Montague and a Life of the Au thoress illustrative anecdotes and notes ad ded and the suppressed passages restored Handsomely bound in two volumes em bossed cloth By the same Author LIVES OF THE CARDINA


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    The Numismatist, November 2001

    11/1/2001 ANA Numismatist

    Warden of the Mint In 1694 Charles montague later Lord Halifax became Chancellor of the Exchequer Montague was a friend of Newton s and in Novem ber 1695 academic circles buzzed with the rumor that Newton would become master of the Mint As late as March 14 1696 Newton denied this in a letter to astronomer Edmund Halley Then on March 19 New ton got word from Montague The King has promised me to make Mr Newton Master of the Mi


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1856 (vol. 34)

    1/1/1856 Economics

    784 The Book Trade 35 The Library of Standard Letters comprising Selections from the Corres pondence of Eminent Men and Women Edited by Mrs S J Hale YoL IL Letters of Lady Mary Wortley montague pp 408 New York Mason k Brothers Worthily following the letters of Madame de Sevigne which formed the first volume of this series we here have those of that brilliant but erratic woman Lady Mary Wortley Montague lu the whole range of epistolary literature it would be difficult to find more piquant sparkling witty and learned writing than is to be met with in these off hand proaucti


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    Harper's Weekly

    7/1/1894 Numismatics; Periodicals

    bei Were being equip d with paper circle bobi V lmrar abort polo mullet ntfis rti At a signal IlieV all came out kicking und iirsoeing and ptayrri n game tint was made up chief ly of villiciesis aixl foul It wuA very funny and caused n great drill of amufe nwiit to the specUitnca bill very liring I mu afraid to ihe player Tlie teams m Fust Rix ka way Cowdin Cheever IL La montague and K I a Mrai tngix Jim Duffel Ibalgiu F Henry A Hcnn sud Jacob After tlua ramie n liirvnd aixl needle race niili riders mi hiryekw riders In c bison 11 Iwly to tliread ibe Mtdle which brought out n large field me uxteeu sturt ing ursl was won nflcr 11 Laid right by F Henry ably as sisted hv Mrs K 1 11 Montague Jun Master March ll r ja r araisitd by Mi


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    Harper's Weekly

    /1891 Numismatics; Periodicals



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    Harper's Weekly

    1/1/1893 Numismatics; Periodicals

    ending besides paying for the privilege of A CORNER IN THE ltEADING ROOM playing Along in about 1840 50 the club was in its zenith A great many matches were played and they were made for pretty big stakes 500 to 1000 being the usual amount Robert Knox at this time was the crack pluyer of the club and no one was found skilful enough to stand against him until some time later Mr Edward La montague came down from Montreal Among those names which I have been able to gnther as being members of the club during its earliest days are Gideon Potts Henry Coil William Bradford Ferguson Livingston Thomas Addis aud Robert Emmet Philip John and Henry Hone Commodore Vanderbilt Hugh Maxwell Jesse Hoit Amos Palmer Thaddcus Phelps Henry aud Richard Suy dnni Herman Leroy Isaac Townsend th


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    Harper's Weekly

    1/1/1916 Numismatics; Periodicals

    arter Let him read the testimony of Mr Ford s lawyer Alfred Lucking before the Interstate Commerce Commission on February 27 1914 Here is some of it Mr Lucking Every man who handles our car is our agent The title is reserved in the Ford Company until the car is sold to the consumer and the bills of sale come direct from the company they do not come from the dealer or agent at all Mr montague You would not permit this man you call your agent to sell at less than the price you fixed Mr Lucking No sir Mr Montague If he were a wholesale buyer you would sell to him at the same price that you sell to your agent Mr Lucking Precisely Digitized by Google Mr Montague You would designate him your agent Mr Lucking Not only that but a limited agent He puts our sign over his d


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2010 Numismatics Periodicals

    K but I stated that the power rested with Mr Coates 47 The latter was on an emergency visit to London to safeguard Dominion meat export quotas Johnson courteously but fatefully invited Coates to the Mint suggesting you might perhaps like to come down here and strike the first piece 48 It was an exasperated Deputy Master who reported to Mackay several days later that Mr Coates and Miss montague were not really satisfied with the legs and in the circs sic shall do my best to persuade Metcalfe to make the necessary alterations 49 The Mint album bears the telltale documentation 4 th Design as finally adopted Not approved June 1935 50 One of the two known specimens of the rejected pattern coin is in the collection of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Wellington and is on permanent


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine

    /1898 Numismatics Periodicals

    n the steps and vestibule of a house on the opposite side of the street A woman s garb that phantom wore And fiercely swept the marble floor But this fair Rosaline had only lightly touched possibilities of affection in Elislia which did not awake into love until he first looked upon his Juliet in the deu of lions and his heart recognized in her its sovereign lady Her name not Capnlet but montague stared at him from the top of the cage and no name he thought could better have suited her MISS MINERVA MONTAGUE QUEEN OF THE LIONS Elisha s heart leaped up as he saw that his divinity was still un wedded for in its own homely language liis soul had echoed Juliet s exclamation wheu she first looked upon her Romeo In his excitement he rushed out of the shop and stood as near to the enr


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 45

    1/1/1976

    eter Warren and Himself on the 16th of June last the Fees being reduced to one penny per Pound and that on the 28th of the same Month his Majesty in Council signified his Approbation of the Act of this Province for drawing in the Bills of Credit etc 1 The arrival of the specie is men tioned in the Council Records as follows Monday Septr 18th 1749 His Majesty s Ship the Mermaid Capt montague Com mander being this day arrived in the Harbour of Boston from Great Britain with the Money allowed by Parliament to this Province for defraying their Charges in the late Expedition against Cape Breton William Bollan Esqr one of the Agents for this Province for receiving the said Money being arrived in the said Ship was admitted into Council gave the Board a general Account of his Proce


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    Hutchings' Illustrated California magazine

    /1856

    any one dancing attendance on their gentilities Nothing was seen but the tall trees dancing by in mockery as it were of their distress Now gents said Hick seating him self and taking up the poor babe that had been nearly trampled to death in the skrim mage you ve received a lesson in the art of politeness that 11 last you all your lives and a few days arter and no mistake montague said the owner of the disa bled nose won t this be a fine case for our governor I shall lay the damages at 50 000 and I 11 get my friend Thessiger to conduct it Here the nose bled pro fusely and very opportunely every drop of which was carefully wiped on a clean shirt drawn from the coat pocket of one of the trio and which constituted the whole of his traveling gear Yes t


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 75]

    /1907

    E Wilson CSashier T N Andrews CALIEXXRNIA Hemet Farmers Merchants Bank capital 26 000 Pres T B Rickard Vice Pres J El Blackshaw Cashier S W Lefflngwell Asst Cashier H R Link La Jolla Southern Trust Savings Bank Branch of San Dfego M1U Valley Bank of Mill Valley cap ital 26 000 Pres F F Bostwick Vice Pres F A Losh Ceishler Chas H Huntoon montague Montague Banking Co capital 25 000 Pres Hy L Davis Vice Pres B Reichman Cashier A Simon Oakiland tHiarbor Bai capital 100 000 Pres P W Bilger Vice Pres 3 R Tutt Cashier C B MersereaxL San Diego Southern Truat Savings Bank capital 100 000 Pres G A Davidson Vkse es Philip Miorse Cashier B O Hodge Asst Cashier A B Perkins Visalia


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