Collection For Improvement Of Husbandry And Trade, January 17, 1896

Collection For Improvement Of Husbandry And Trade

January 17, 1896

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1892 - 1897

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Collection For Improvement Of Husbandry And Trade (Newspaper) - January 17, 1896, London, Middlesex am 2. ;Y8r- CO For iMPROVMEUTxf Fri&y, January i~7, i$9|. �A* The III Trading 10 lad'n out of a Joynt-Stock, andthe-Convejiiencies ^Jradingiua Jopa-Stxk, WoReafontbat aJaynt-Sttc^bi gromng rich, fljotdd tiffin trade. Exchequer Funds. Courfe of Exchange, ^nsAbftr�ft|/row itx Bills Motility and Gazettes, fr&e nf Corn in many f.ovmttes. Gf fcagWii -Commodities. -0f A&iem in Companies. Advci crfcmcms. Aft Week I promifed to give my Reafons for Trading in Joym-ftocks, to Countries where we have fojie Prinqpatitks, and "Neighbour? that are Abfihte, Diyerfe, Independent and wiaMe to defend us, and fuch are tn&a 2nd Guinea. I would faittknow whether any can (hew a Likelihood that if the Trade had been every where open in India, the Dutch could have made Advantages they have done of their Spice-I/lands* or if they had kept them in a'ttegula-ted Company, they can raife Money by laying. JWJfi#.rtori Merchandixe, when by rerfonof JDifturbauce* at home* the; can fend no Goods out: Would not. the fecuring of their o^nConnnry at home be of more Value than the Preferring fuch Trade at dtftance 5 Nay, if there mould be any Ci-fturbance in thofe Places, will trot every Man be more for fecuring his Private Eftate, thin running any Hazard or the publicly Good. May not any other Potent, Wealthy Stite, worm them out of thofe Countries, or Princes Favours. But Joynt-fiofk' may make greatCo/oflif/, and have ufually Countriesof their own to improve at Pleafure,they have Ships to offend or defend, they cau fpend every Farthing of the Stock rifey have, 'and gain Credit for great Summs more * they can make ASiancef, which may help at Extremities, and furely no Prince or Potentate can be better Friends than to have the Government in their own Hand?. kJtynt-Cm-fany can fpend great Summs to get new Trade, cr ingrofs Commodities, and to think that when they are rich they will not drive toencreafe the,Trade, is greatly prepolfic? rous. Who are more greedy of getting Wealth, than tnofe have much already ? is it to be thought, that if an Eaft-India Merchant mould gain 30000 /.andbemade a Height, he wiJlaot be then much more defirous to gain ioocoo /. that he might be a Lord ? Where do we fee any Prince s contend fo much for more, as where they are great already ? How comes the Old Proverb to be out of Dace, Crefcit Amor Nummi quantum ipfa- Pecunia trefcit ? No, no, there arc few Men of fuch Tempers. I doubt not, but if the Dutch have 100 Ships in India, they'll ftrive to make them %ool. and if they gee one Country, they'll endeavour to gain another, to be its Barriere; And the Contrary is hardly any where found. yvhen I can fee good Anfwers to thefe Reafons, I may change my Wind 5' but till then, I {ball heartily wifh right Underftandings among our feives, left lit betide us and while we quarrel, the Enemy eat us up. Yours John Hwghton, F. R-S. From the Gtldcn Eiecein Grace-GmtbStrtet and Corner of Lav tie Ea ft-Cheap r Jxndcn. * Advertifernents. IF any Mercer, Linen-Draper or other wants a Journeyman that has been in conftderable Bufincft, I can help ONE chat has practifed as a Cowio^ Attorney 5 Years, and underftanda thofe Affair* well, Cecms a Man of Sence, defires to ferve fomeCounceUottr,Attorney or Scri* vener, or any thing elfe fuch may be thought fit for. ONfc who hasbeenClerktoa juftice of Peace 50 Y*ar> Hartford-fhire, defires to ferve fame other Gentleman in that Capacity, or the like; he can be very well recommended. i^YNEthatwn tr*m> write, cafc Aceoaipt, looks come-\J ly, and very fit to 9 London, Jan. 9. teyj, the Cowfe oj Exchange was fir Amftodam, Rotter4am, Gsnoua, Antwerp, Hatahwrg, Cadix, 30 H 99 8^ 2 O O O f. .Madrid, Leghoin, Liiboh,* p-Porto, Pari*, 62 7 58 ay- 3 Ij>toidcTtot�outBXeiP(^c4^ithnuii^ all the World b�er,whe� lam wiKing. ^bi Rouftold Loaf double tbe White. Audi weald Account from otficrWacei. \ ' "TlfiE Glittte of Jan. 9, 96. fays, thaTtfce Sepbia Tacht 1 was loft not far from �ceveli*gite* That, the Duke of GSoccfler was elefted Knight of the Garter, Of Jan. 13, Tliat the tight honourable G^o.Lord Hamilton wasmade g^fi of ^r^> At Aihallms Scholia Lombard-Street, are well taught �all the ufualHafidsOf England * a mhrntticl^ in Integers, Franions akdlktiiriais; Merchants Accompis after the beft Method of Soo^-%^ngand Short-fiand. Alfo fuch as d�Tire, may be tadghc abroad, by John South - IP any have to fell a Free-hold, or a Copy-hoM Eftare in land, of tool tlieYear,iiiahy^e�riaBc Place withiq 40 wiles of London, I can help to a Cuftomer, tho' it be in' one or two tarms. If at�y to add r the Year,about aoiailesfrom Limdon, Icaa help him. 1 VVaSt an Apprentice for a very considerable Sciivener, * whom I well ybw. There rouft be Securiry: becaufe \yt will he tjrufteel wjth valuable matters. If the Lad has ferved a Year or two, and of fair Reputation, 'twill be ne'er the worfe. If any wanti a fenteel Valet de Chatnbre, that can trim and look to a Peruke, wtite, ca*S Accompr, receive and pay money, fpeaks DHtch and underilaudi French, l can help. If any wants a Lady's Woman, a-Hottfekeeper, or one fit to took to ?hiWtw, rtittira ittf good Work-woman; and underftaods Fre�rJb well, lean hel^, . ' If any have of the old Farthwgs of Half-pence tojtrjl, I can help to a Cuftomer; f4t If any haveauy goodOriejitnl ftexoar* to (eil,.. i ean help to a Cuftomer. � \ Commander of a verv good Merchant Ship^ wants j\an Apprehct ce . that hath bis Pen well, aatdaader-ftand$ Arttnmetlak, to aftift hiin tA the keeping of Book?, and doing ofBairnefs and h^th Friends who will be boomi . tf awy wil pa*t wfth iP^pKfe wotth from 400. to 1000 U the Year. I Know dne'^onfd parehafeic I want a perpetual Advovvion of a or %ool. the Ycar� it any good Aif'fcr England* ;