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Nevertheless, this work is expensive, so in order to keep providing tliis resource, we liave taken steps to prevent abuse by commercial parties, including placing technical restrictions on automated querying. Later it appears that he built another house lower down on Pearl Street, which the records show was occupied by his widow Mar- ritie in 1653.
We also ask that you: Make non-commercial use of the files We designed Google Book Search for use by individuals, and we request that you use these files for personal, non-commercial purposes. This house is described as a comfortable place, situated in a large enclosure of ground sloping down to a small pond, and with green fields behind it.
If we can trust the eyes of the artists then, these gentlemen had a dignity of carriage and an atmosphere of leisure entirely corresponding to what they have expressed in diaries and letters — and completely expressive of the essential difierence between those times and our own somewhat tense and hectic business attitude. v Goo^le BANKSCANDALSACENTURYAGO 57 That the magnate's "lady" used her time similarly is shown by the list of premiums for the best butter brought to Fulton Market this very year, — when Mrs. Riker Frederick Osbom ly Google 318 ACENTURYOFBANKINGINNEWYORK Names of Empbyees of The Farmery Loan and Trust Company who served their country in the Great Ifar. The quarrel led to the courts in 1656 where Heermans pleaded, properly enough, that he allowed Joosten to select his own plot and measure it himself and that he had offered him the proper conveyance, which Joosten had refused.
Yet they seem naive enough at times to our own self- conscious generation. he would have expected to have been excluded by the ' Society from ofiering cattle again for any premium. SUvens." Presently there was a procession of sixty carts "accompanied with music and flags and streamers" which conveyed these fat cattle through the streets to the market — "the finest and largest display of the kind that ever took place in this city"; and it was duly chronicled that Mr. Morris, of Morrisania, was awarded the first prize, a silver pitcher, valued at . Joosten answered that inasmuch as the new road was run througli that part of the lot intended for a garden, and con- sequently the whole of his purchase could not be delivered to him, Heermans ought to deed over another lot of similar size to take its place.
Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online. Jansen's new property, designated as Block M, Lot No.
Marks, notations and other maiginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you. So it appears certain that Jansen had occupied this spot as early as 1637, and his former land possibly even as early as 1624, when the Dutch West India Company sent over a number of colonists with cattle, tools and other equipment for establishing a permanent agricul- tural colony in New Amsterdam.Ebenezer Stevens had aroused great excite- * In 1800 there wei« said to be only seventeen persona in New York who kept private carriages; but there had been a great extension of wealth and liuunes even in tb^ first two decades. OOO dollars, on the production of 20 heail of the largest and be«t c*ttle at the next March fair in New York. Fink, that he is no gambler, but docs not apprehend any difliculty in beating bim at any future time, as he has done in bu twenty premium cattle; besides, he does not believe that the New lork County Agricultural Society was established lor the encour BKCment of that art, and he further begs leave to say, that if I^r. Fink thinks that his rage will influence any wise man in his favor and by that means insure him a market for his oppoaitian cattle, he may perhaps find himself mistaken. And there was a comfortable basic assurance that since America was the land of equal oppor- tunity, and even the vast forests were full of that opportunity — why, it was a man's own fault if he were unsuccessful, and those who had amassed wealth were well entitled to all the respectful admiration their fortunes and influence could command. After his marriage in 1650 to Janneken Verlett he built a larger residence which he called his "great house"whidi occu- pied the site of what is now 175 Pearl Street.ij Google 56 ACENTURYOFBANKINGINNEWYORK ment in the Fly Market, publishes a card in the local paper ao Rouncing that he is going to expose for sale these thirty-two head of cattle and requests his friends to view them "firom 2 to 6 o'clock p. at Slaughter Houses 166, 172 and 174 Mott Street, where he will be ready to attend them." He continues by issuing a defiance to his successful competitor: "P. The cattle to be raised and fatted in the State of New York, and to be kept at least eight months on our reflective farms." Two days after: "Mr. Anything else would have been like a quaking of social founda- tions to these solid business men (sometimes, I fear, smug — though there were plenty of magnificently human figures among them). And here it was that he spent the last ten or twelve years of his residence in New Amsterdam, before he departed on an eventful journey that made him a great landed proprietor of Maryland.], Broadway.* Even down into the '40s and '60s "everybody walked to and from business," as Felix Oldbqy declared, "except those who hved in the outskirts of Greenwich * In Philadelpliia "distinguished and well-to^o merchants" had their large and handsome homes, full of imported furniture, on Water Street, with counting-house or store beneath, and living apartments above. On the east side it included that portion of land that is now occupied by the west &ont of the Farmers' Loan and Trust Company building, extending from a point a few feet north of the main entrance of the banlc and extending southeast in a straight line to a point about thirty feet east on what is now Beaver Street.ij Google K -a ■i % li ii sj ij Google SPECIMENS OF NOTES v Goo^Ie HOWTHE1822MAGNATELIVED 55 Village and Chelsea, who came hy stages, or a few invalids and octogenarians. Thus Heermans' land included that portion of the present build- ing which is now occupied by the president and several of the chief executives of the bank.