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Such railway competition as existed in Ireland was dear to traders and the general public.
They would not then have been so annoyed by an overflow of traders nor been rendered the laughing-stock of the community.
DOROTHY AT SKYRIEEVELYN RAYMOND
Until a few years ago the quarter known as the, Parian was the flourishing centre of the half-caste traders.
The old man now dying is the last descendant left on this earth of the old Greek traders.
Here the local authorities had their offices, justice was administered, traders trafficked, citizens and idlers gathered.
If you and Landy can't skin those B-line people out of one little horse, you are no traders.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
We have seen how the Merchant Gild consisted of all the traders whose business lay in the town.
While the hopes of the free-traders in Sir Robert Peel were thus excited, those of his own party seemed proportionably cast down.
A crowd is formed, and in a very few minutes a lot is sold off to traders who are well known, and who pay at the end of the week.
EAST ANGLIAJ. EWING RITCHIE
But the Free-traders tell us, and apparently with reason, that this is too low an estimate.

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