from The Century Dictionary.
- An erroneous spelling of
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- intransitive verb Same as
cantle, v. t.
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How he longed to be with her on that cantile - vered terrace on, a continent far, far away.
Two systems, the commercial or mer - cantile, and the agricultural, are considered and con - demned, on vague grounds, so that “the obvious and simple system of natural liberty establishes itself of its own accord” (Modern Library , p. 651).
We find it first stated in an essay, Della moneta: trattato mer - cantile (1686), by an Italian scholar, Geminiano
The linear concept was fostered by the mer - cantile class and the rise of a money economy.
I wish that the mer - cantile class could enjoy the same extensive com - merce that they did formerly.
The debates and proceedings in the Congress of the United States : with an appendix containing important state papers and public documents, and all the laws of a public nature; with a copious index; compiled from authentic materials
By Mr. Porter of Quincy, from the committee on Insur - ance, on a petition, a Bill to change the name of the Mer - cantile Marine Insurance Company.
By Mr. Barker of Maiden, from the committee on Mer - cantile Affairs, on a petition, a Bill to incorporate the Wakefield Industrial School Company.
North End Free asking to be discharged from further consideration of the ii»pen»ary. petition of M.C. Grier and others for the * incorporation of the North End Free Dispensary Association of Boston, and recommending its reference to the committee on Mer - cantile Affairs.
By Mr. Noyes of Boston, from the committee on Mer - cantile Affairs, leave to withdraw, on the petition of M.C. Grier and others for the incorporation of the North End Free Dispensary Association of Boston.
By Mr. Breed of Lynn, from the committee on Mer - cantile Affairs, asking to be discharged from the further consideration of the subject-matter of the order relative to subjecting all electric lighting companies to the laws re - lating to gas companies, and recommending its reference to the committee on Manufactures.