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Administration : the Journal of Business Analysis and Control

By: [New York, N.Y.] : Ronald Press Co.
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The raid on prosperity

By: Day, James Roscoe, 1845-1923
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Administration : the Journal of Business Analysis and Control

By: [New York, N.Y.] : Ronald Press Co.
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Transactions of the Royal Scottish Society of Arts

By: Royal Scottish Society of Arts
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Administration : the Journal of Business Analysis and Control

By: [New York, N.Y.] : Ronald Press Co.
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Report of an Official Examination of the Accounts of City Officers for The

By: George B. Caldwell
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Administration : the Journal of Business Analysis and Control

By: [New York, N.Y.] : Ronald Press Co.
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review

...rty exceeding their aDDual expendi­ ture. Ooly the traderB, who from their business are held in cootempt, are ricb. There is amoog them, he says, a g... ...very successful voyage for those times. Leaving the rest employed in this business, he landed with eight men and proceeded into the interior, after ... ...ity for COlnmerce, and he was fain to wait for peace before entering into business. In the sum­ mer of 1814, when a very large militia force was call... ...rg, Va., aD old part­ ner of Mr. Gracie, and was measureably successful in business. In the year 1818, however, upon the recommendation of his Cather... ...upon the recommendation of his Cather-in·law, Mr. Gracie, he broke up h!s business in this city and went to Liverpool, and there, wi,h his brotbel"-... ...dence of nearly six years in this chief of English seaports, with a large business, and encountering heavy responsibiJities, Mr. K. so skillfully st... ...he day of h is death. While in Liverpool he was brought into relations of business and much personal intimacy with the late John Jacob .A,tO,., who ... ...on that sagacious o~erver and almost -unerring judge of character, by the business tact and prompt­ ness of Mr. King and hi.. general- character, tha... ...ospecta of Mr. King's house in Liverpool were not very promising. But the business to which he was in­ vited was wholly new to him, and moreover it w...

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Journal of Political Economy, 1918 Jun. No. 6, Vol. 26

By: James J. Heckman 
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review

... has 250 inhabi­ tants and three mercantile houses, aU Portuguese, doing a business of about. '10,000 a year. .. On the Amazon, within Brazil, there... ... other sbee~, of finest wool, are here in unlimited abundance, though the business of wool growing, 88 well 88 that of the herdsmen, i. but poorly a... ...nt branch 01 the service. Art. III.-THB ELEMBNTS 0' BUSllVEBI 81JCCI88.· BUSINESS, as that term will be used in this article, is the lawful aim and ... ...ade for employment. Adam was created and placed in the Garden of Eden Cor bUSIness purposes; it would have been better for the race if he had attend... ... inferiority are bown to all men. Let us consider. • 1. TIlE SELECTION OF BUSINESS. AIl departments of life are open to young men in thia lavored la... ...inent in any pursuit, must pay the mar- ket price for &UCceM. Two kinds of business may be found, to one of which the DSpirant for employment must ad... ...al young man; and the better hil moral character, the higher the wages in business not exactly reputable. Men in such bWlineB8 leave no objection to... ...nd can only put into the firm their businell reputation. Each man haa . a business repute, and his character is judged by little things. As Dr. " Jo... ...now that it is taInted ;" 8"0 you need not be very familiar with a man of business to know what his principles of trade are. It W88 said that euvier...

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Journal of Political Economy, 1922 Feb. No. 1, Vol. 30

By: James J. Heckman 
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review

...who can better afford it. Now, such regia­ ters are kept, and this kind of business is eltensively carried on in moat large maritime cities. You have... ...m the evila of want, from the scarcity of food, and from the anxieties of business. If unwell, tbey have the best medical advice, and can immediatel... ...ssential to a merchant. He should be systematic in the arraDgement of bis business, systematic in the division of bislabor8, 118tematic in the keepi... ...many words in your eommercial correspondence. Long letters 011 matters of business are elceedingty tiresome. Let all your letters be 8S short a. ~he... ..., then, tbrow difficulties in the way, by writing in an illegible hand. A business band is equally opposed to a very fine hand. A h~tter \vritten in... ..., will give your corre8pondents no very high opinion of you as a . man of business. Some persons havo contended that a man'. character may be discov... ...be generally read in a community like oun. It is not denied that we are a business kind of peo­ ple, proverbially philosophical and shrewd in all mat... ...he acquisition of property; yet, few indeed think of ~ading tbe life of a business man. Ifurged to do it, the response wiJl be interrogatories like ... ...cannot answer in the affirmative. We admit, that U8Ually in the life of a business man there is not to 116 elp~cted much incident to arrest the atte...

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Journal of Political Economy, 1915 May, No. 5, Vol. 23

By: James J. Heckman 
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review

... capital enables a few wealthy housel to retain 8 virtual monopoly or the business, after it passes from the hands of the importers, thus depriring ... ..., responsible and skilfnl agentB, and all the appliances for pursuing the business in the beat manner. We believe there is no part of this country w... ...ID≪ and that "hen the planter attends to his own crop, and manages hiB bUSiness with hie own cap: ita), the income from his investment has beeD m... ... tlIe par. 00 the ot.h .. hand, the cot.ton planter, in case his prel8llt business is broken up, may raiee other product&. Be 1rill haTe his land, w... ...Y'hieh uy be or service to those who are making plans' for going into the business .f building milia. In the article in the November number, to whi... ... we have before· referred, statement is made, in detai~ of the IMt year's business of a mill with . 0,000 spindles, which resulood in a profit of .8... ... rate of about .£12 per Scots acre per annum. The lower f.lls are in the business part of the town, and are leased at .£.4 108. per hOl'86-power pe... ...shments have large reserved funds accumulated by many years of successful business, all have some reserve, which is absolutely necessary for renewin... ...ore. Does Dot this strengthen the 888ertion which 'We have made, that the business of manumcturing cotton, here and else­ where, has been pushed beyo...

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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review

...s. The coasting trade along the shOf'es of the southem atates, the packeL business of the ports between the Potomac and the Mississippi, are liable,... ...aid he in after life, "when I was a lad living with my ullcle, it WIlS my business to feed and milk the cows. And m:lny a time, long before light in... ...wever, seemed better adapted to the tlloning. for which der~rtm~nt of the business he always letained a strong pllrtiality. Up to thi~ perbd hii opp... ...chsafed \0 n\ffi. At\.e"t • learning his trade, or trades, he commenced business on his own account, in the tOWI1 of Worthington, Mass., and by hi... ...cs dilltinguished his whole course through life. . After prosecuting his business for some ljme in the mllnner detailed, he formed a partnership wi... ...on, and shortly after established himself in the city of New York, in the business in which he ultimately became 80 s~ccessful and eminent. He comme... ...rudence and economy enal'>led him to accumulate means for enlarg_ ing his business; and, but for feeble health, the future to him was a bright path ... ...gislature, where he distioguished himself by his close application to the business of the hou.~t being seldom out of bis place while it was in sessi... ...Ryoralty, he withdrew entirely from active participation in, managing the business of his house, nnd devoted all his time aDd abilities to the publi...

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The Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation, Vol. V.61 (1949)

By: Tutt, James William, 1858-1911, Ed
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review

...s of men trained to the trade, skill­ ful and shrewd, who drove a thriving business in embalming. They kept patterns of coffins, and models of mummie... ...TOM •• IYIII17.­ WAIIT or co.nD •• O&-Dl.APPIA&A.ca or GOLD. TBB coone or business has, during the montb, exhibited aD improving tendency. The long ... ...his immense country is to be opened up to tbe trade of the world, and the business nlen of St. Louis ftnd other cities naturally feel 8 deep interes... ...~nal traffic. With A re~toration or peRCe and confidence and a revival of business W8 may expect a return of t.bat trade to its wonted channels. We... ...", Paplr. ~. \ 110 [Joly, MERCANTILE MISCELLANIES. "I DOI'T LIIE MY BUSINESS." THBRE is no greater fallacy in the world than that entertained ... ..., should Rny one of our young readers be d~batiDg in his mind a change of business, imagioing he ba. a genius (or lome other, l~t him at once dismis... ...hard, honest effort, steadily persevered in, will make your love for your business or profeqion grow. Since no one should expect to re~ch a period w... ...ing either to advo­ eate 01 abuse the weed. SBAKSPBR. W88 & Camou8' man or business, & dis­ creet, well-poised brain, which would devote itself to all... ...ents of the new custom, at the expense of his friend. . So with his usual business tact, he concluded to (lay nothing about it. " Pipes " aDd "smoke...

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The Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation, Vol. V. 77 1965

By: Tutt, James William, 1858-1911
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review

By: William B. Dana

...ey-.eelcing, the heroic, * and the deli6wtltiv,; or, in other words, the' business class, the warrior 01as8, and the philosophic class. It is the pr... ...government, and enjoiDs their attention exclusively to their own peculiar business, his motto in this respect appearing manifestly to be, ne I1ltor ... ...pressed by the common proverb of modern times, that" what is every body's business is no body's business," which, among the various reading' of w hi... ...y by mule-power. Comparatively, with ita capacity, it does. \'ery limited business. At its commencement, it did not earn one per cent net on its cos... ...g lockage all the way from the coal fields, and haa a constant and steady business in the traDsportation of coal. Before the Philadelphia and Readin... ...this" magnificent CAnal," the (~on­ struetion of whicb had carried otT the business of the c30sl, although tbo State engineers of Indiana, at the tim... ...ix double--track railw~y8 by the aide of the Erie Canal to do its through business," when he ,hould have known that, at the time, the people were lu... ... these, more or less, in succes­ sive years, forms the index of the year's business. The following table gives the quantities of leading articles imp... ...now commencing promises unusual abundance, and a corresponding revival of business Inay be looked for. The state of affairs i~ not unlike what it wa...

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The Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation, Vol. V. 78 1966

By: Tutt, James William, 1858-1911
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Shop expense analysis and control

By: Ficker, Nicholas Thiel
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The Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation, Vol. V. 44 1932

By: Tutt, James William, 1858-1911
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Shop Expense Analysis and Control

By: Ficker, Nicholas Thiel
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The Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation, Vol. V. 59 1947

By: Tutt, James William, 1858-1911
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review

...nery over a large extent of ground. ThDB, a step i~ tended to promote the business of exportation and importation, has led to the establishment of a... ...cial center, as might be expected, the banking racilities afforded to the business community are on an extended acale. The banb of Canada have been,... ...e ot a Canadian bank. The Dames an capital of the bank. carrying on their business in Montreal, is here given, selected from the ofticialstatement, ... ...be a Head Office or Agency. These banks all, with one exception, transact business uDder Canadian charters, and their stockholders are liable in dou... ...caused a general disruption in the trame-work whIch held us )ogcther as a business community. But the subject is too distressing to dwEll upon here. ... ...hich we are puzzled, but have 18 yet found Done, nor do I often meet with business men who can give us any light upon the question, ~ though it is O... ...ad­ dition or a18"e. That the cost of living, or conducting any branch of business, has advanced since 1850 at least one-third, is a fact 80 notoriou... ...Btereat equally. Let this great, but simple truth be re­ cognized, and our business men would once more be able to say with some .certainty what a da... ...we want; and that is a paper curreDCY, varying in amount according to the business of the (;ountry, founded upon purely commercial tran88ctioDB, but...

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The Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation, Vol. V. 86 1974

By: Tutt, James William, 1858-1911
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review

... amount of coin greater or leu ac­ cording to the nature and extent of his business, and have a SAfe, or, as it was called in olden time, "a strong b... ... arrangement, though a beneficent one, did not fuUy meet the wants of the business community. There W88 a great deal of unnecessary labor connected ... ...draft at sight; and by means of ehecks or drarta, the greater part of all business obligations might be discharged without re­ moving any money from ... ...ion are saved, and the bank has received a compensation which, in R large business, is sufficient to pay its expen8es, and enable it to divide all i... ...tter or inquiry how far the operations of such banks are beneflcal to the business interestB of society, and what are the legitimate consequences an... ...uestioned. It paued safely through the trial of adversity and failure, in busineSS-8 trial which bas proved too Bevere for the strength of many-and ... ...irty·eight years of age, be was stopped in the midst of 8 very profitable business, in 'which he had already acquired a considerable fortune, by the... ...y. When in the midst of' his family he seemed to have no anxieties about business, and was able to give· his whole mind to the study of his favorite... ...re conspicuous traits, and they enab1ed him to acoomplish a great deal of business, to attend to a variety of matters, which would have distracted a...

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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review

...ver one of the present size. The committee stated that in eight years tbe business on the canal 11ad nearly doubled, Although it was e.qtimated thnt ... ... the road from Lockport west to Pendleton, 80 88 to accommodRte the canal business in the spring of 1825;. with a portage of about five miles, prope... ..., Aotu, the trader is OODIidered honest, atten­ tive to busine..q, of good business qualifi(ations, aDd doing well, with a 8uli· eient capital, is no... ...nd, the trader is notoriously diahonest; or otherwise 80 disqualified for business, 88 to have no credit at home, is it not every way right ad prope... ...s the requisite information respecting every trader in the country, whOle business leads him to contract debts away from home. This information is c... ... is a man of good character-whether he dOai a legitimate or • 8peculative business-and whether he is competent, steady, and attentive, or otherwise.... ...nd if 80, to a dangerous extent, or otherwise; whether he is attentive to business, and is eapable of maDaging it; whether he bears a good character... ..., '36, and 26. Iones and Smith are married. All three of good char­ aeter, business-habits, and responsibility. Iones has been in business 15 years-­ ... ... deemed safe lor a1 their engagements. William Johuon.-Age 36, single, in business, off and on, ten years: formerly Jobnson & Stone. Went into bankr...

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Administration : The Journal of Business Analysis and Control

By: Association du Corps Préfectoral et des Hauts Fonctionnaires du Ministère de L'Intérieur (France), Institut Interational D'Administration Publique (France)
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review

...ons were expecting what is calJed a "change of t.i.mes,·' a depression in business, and an UD­ uual scarcity or money, but no one had the slightest c... ...dly exerted, and that do exert, at all times, a marked influence upon the business and the prosperity of the country, namely, our banks, banking, or... ...and each and all bave more or less influence in shaping and directing our business au, a whole, we think they have each, respectively, exerted a wid... ... paper currency that is ready to attribute aU unfavorable fluctuations in business, whether confined to an individual or extending over the country, ... ...a. It facilitates thWe8 that Produced the Ori8i8 of 1851 Considered. 21 business and the exchange of products. Supply and demand, in a meas­ ure, r... ...ired by a community is de­ termined by the amount and the character of its business, the method of transacting that business, the geographical extent... ...ount at one period with that of another. It i. regulated by the amount of business-this is the only true criterion. Banks are the aggregation or 8fl... ...of themselves any more than does a plow or a hoe. They aid and facilitate business 88 a steam­ engine aids and promotes mechanical production. Busine... ...nd banks are required; they are not the forerunners but the followers of business. Bus ness is made or created in a community, and a bank is requir...

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The Negociator's Magazine: Ufc to Merchants Accounts

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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review

... • • • • • • • 9-1 OJearlng·bou.et .... operaUoDl of, SiDce com­ mencinsc business. •. • • • . • • • • • • • • • • • • • •• .• 207 Clearing-bouse, (... ... is a science which has been neglected too long in connecti;>n with their business. DOl1ble·entry, which compels an even balance of debit and credit... ...re 88 neArly corre(~t as they can be estimated at this time in our actual business. Then we have .4,000,000,000 of property circulating through d~bt... ...or alter, the conclusion that about one-half the people coo­ cerned in the business tra08Rcted through the debt-banking system, elD­ bracing nearly al... ...e matter; it is trifling, and to just such trifling is committed the vast business of this country-the hopes and aims of men, the happiness of famil... ... because they never uisled. It is among the ma"els of the age that thi:J business hu eontinued 80 long, aod tbllt. m(:n MC(,U8torDl~d to mental exe... ... M~\lming falsely the name of money, has managed to get p08les~ion of the business, and do infinite mischief. That. partner is DEBT, dishonest in pr... ... do the same, customers will not go to Boaton ; New York wi)) do all tlie business. I n my opinion this is the whole cause of the acknowledged gain ... ...dollars of go1d, inlltead of manufacturing commodities and increasing the business or the (-jty Rnd State hy ~xchanging theln for gold. Boston usual...

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The Raid on Prosperity

By: Day, James Roscoe, 1845-1923
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review

.... .. ..••.••........•••... 51 VII. WilY "EK()lIANT~ AUE LIABLE TO FAIL IN BUSiNESS.................... I. VUI. THE LAW MER(';UANT. No. XII. LIMITATI... ...d was as great as ever for morc. Meanwhile the money partner, finding his business increasing, had opened an' office, called • bank, where besides h... ...s, each other's enterprise, while each in turn was enabled to do a larger business by what he borrowed' from the others; and the common bond of mutu... ... in any quantity, into the money of the commerce of tbe world, it was hiB business to do it. With this negligence, and the immeasurable consequences... ...faith in the aUDrr STBT.II itself, in its innumerable applicatioDI to the business of life, and whieh, having ita roots in the mutual dependence of ... ...mes made allO the first financial law of safety and of movement, there is business for eyery partner of the house. And tint, let every man try to pa... ...keep a constant balance of gold in our "v or, with a constant increase of business, and decrease of debt. While we are ob­ taining it we shall pay fo... ...n the carrency, any quantity will be 8ufficient to transact any extent of business. If commodities increase and the currency does not, prices yield ... ...tificial money costs the country ita whole 8um in gold, and restricts our business to the same extent, in­ stead of increasing it 88 many have suppos...

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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review

...186'7-1860, 615 rrench beet root sugar, ...• o •••••• 280 .. rail-roads, business of,. . • •. .f31 " " Dew Unes of,. • •• 294 " Sohool of Art,. . ... ...ould be something like an old almanac, and 'all the different branches of business ,,"ould have outrun the figures before the public could get the b... ...the country. The Philadelphia Board of Trade gives the number wit.hin the business circuit of Phil­ adelphia, probably including 8 considerable part ... ... the interior. The population of Mobile is twenty-five thou ... Band; its business wholly commercial. The entrance to the bay lies be­ tween Sand Isl... ...ltie, 0/ tM United Statu. affect mereantile transactions 80 slightly that business men, e~o8sed in their private concerns, can hardly be expected to... ...e institu­ tioDs were established in the year 1860, and have but a limited business as yet: CoKPABATIVB VU:W 01' TO SAVDfGI BAND 01' TIIB CITY AIm S... ...ng the past year, while, as a na­ tural sequence, prices have declined and business become unhealthy and unsatisfactory. These circumstances have bee... ...ged to contend, has been the ullhealthy condition of the hide ~d leatlier business in Great Britain, and, to some extent, on the Continent of Europe... ...citing presidential canvass, which usually interferes to some extent witp business affain, remained dull and unsatisfactory.· As soon as the result ...

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