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Memoirs of remarkable misers
|Statement||by Cyrus Redding.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 84/6936 (C) |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. ; 20 cm.|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||84195842|
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Among the books appear James Caulfield's "Portraits, Memoirs, and Characters of Remarkable Persons" (); "Kirby's Wonderful Museum of Remarkable Characters" (); Henry Wilson's "Wonderful Characters" (); and F. Somner Merryweather's "Lives and Anecdotes of Misers or The Passion of Avarice displayed in the parsimonious habits. One of the most persuasive was Hartley Withers, a former editor of the London Economist, who published an ingratiating little book in , a few weeks before the outbreak of the First World War, called Poverty and Waste.6 The contention of his book is that when a wealthy man spends money on luxuries he causes the production of luxuries and so.
In truth Bion was in other respects a shifty character, a subtle sophist, and one who had given the enemies of philosophy many an occasion to blaspheme, while in certain respects he was even pompous and able to indulge in arrogance. He left very many memoirs, and also sayings of useful application. • Wonderful Characters: comprising memoirs and anecdotes of the most remarkable persons of every age and nation. London, 3 vols. G.H. (Henry) Wilson. • Biographica Curiosa, or, Memoirs of Remarkable Characters of the Reign of George III. London. George Smeeton; illustrations by George Cruikshank.
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Memoirs Of Remarkable Misers V1 ()Author: Cyrus Redding. Among the books appear James Caulfield's Portraits, Memoirs, and Characters of Remarkable Persons (); Kirby's Wonderful Museum of Remarkable Characters (); Henry Wilson's Wonderful Characters (); and F.
Somner Merryweather's Lives and Anecdotes of Misers or The Passion of Avarice displayed in the parsimonious habits, unaccountable.
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The book contains a long list of English merchants who have attained great honour. The stock and coppers of Caulfield's ‘Memoirs, &c., of Remarkable Persons,’ passed into other hands in George Smeeton (fl. –) was an English printer and compiler of biographical collections.
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Following in Caulfield's footsteps, Smeeton issued in his well-known ‘Biographia Curiosa; or Memoirs of Remarkable Characters of the Reign of George III, with their Portraits’ (London, 8vo; with thirty-nine portraits, and a plate of the ‘Beggars' Opera at St.
Giles’).Book XXXIX: Chapter 2: A letter from Madame la Duchesse de Berry. Paris, Rue d’Enfer, 25th of August BkXXXIX:Chap2:Sec1. While I was regaining my breath, I witnessed the entry to my house one morning of the traveller who had taken a letter of mine to Madame la Duchesse de Berry in Palermo; he brought me this reply from the Princess: ‘Naples, 10th of August