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Page 187 - ... when he sets up business himself: In short, he was the first trader who cut a yard of cloth for sale in that part of the world. — This spirited commercial novelty, was productive of such universal benefit, as to attach the whole custom of the colony to him; and he took care to preserve it: — so that, in a few years, he left America not only with a considerable fortune, but with the general regard and confidence of the people among whom he had lived, and returned to pass the rest of his days...