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AUGUST BELMONT & CO.,
No. 23 NASSAU STREET,
AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS OF THE
LONDON, PARIS, FRANKFORT AND VIENNA.
ISSUE CIRCULAR CREDITS FOR TRAVELERS,
AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
ALSO COMMERCIAL CREDITS.
Draw Bills of Exchange and make Cable Transfers to Europe, West
Indies, Mexico and California.
cxecute orders for the purchase and sale of Investment Securities.
Automatic Duplex System,
Automatic Duplex System
THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO GERMANY.
CARRYING CAPACITY FAR IN EXCESS OF ANY OTHER COMPANY.
The Route of this Company, being the SHORTEST, is used by all
the PRINCIPAL STOCKBROKERS to whom the QUICKEST OBTAINABLE SERVICE is essential.
Europe, Egypt, East and West Coasts of Africa, Turkey, India, China, Cochin-China, Corea, Manila, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, South America, Zanzibar, Mozambique, Arabia, Cape of Good Hope, Cape Verde, Madeira, and the Canary Islands, etc.,
Basement of Stock Exchange.
8 Broad Street, Telephone No. 2431 Cortlandt.
691 Spring MONTREAL OFFICE: 52 St. Francois Xavier Street, Telephone No. Bell 1027.
OFFICES IN EUROPE : LONDON : 71 Old Broad Street, E, C.
BRISTOL : Back Hall Chambers, Baldwin Street. 109 Fenchurch Street,
DUNDEE: 1 Panmure Street. 46 Mark Lane,
EDINBURGH: 50 Frederick Street. 2 Northumberland Avenue, Charing Cross, GLASGOW: 29 Gordon Street,
W.C. MANCHESTER: 7 Royal Exchange, Bank Street. Hay's Wharf, Tooley Street, S. E.
NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE: 1 Side. LIVERPOOL: Ai The Exchange.
PARIS AGENCY: 37 Rue de Cau'martin.
HAVRE: 118 Boulevard Strasbourg.
Deposits received subject to Draft. Securities bought and sold on commission. Interest allowed on Deposits. Foreign Exchange.
Commercial Credits. Cable Transfers. Circular
Letters for Travelers, available in all
A FEW PRESS OPINIONS.
“As a contribution toward the elucidation of the currency and banking question, the work before us seems to be of inestimable value. * * * The work has involved an enormous amount of labor and large pecuniary expense, and it stands out admitted as the most complete and comprehensive history of banking that has ever appeared." - The Nation.
“This monumental work is by far the most complete publication of the kind ever issued. There has been such a flood of publications, many of them filled with glaring inaccuracies, that it is a pleasure to pick up a work so replete with real merit."-Chicago Tribune.
“The undertaking here assumed by the JOURNAL OF COMMERCE AND COMMERCIAL BULLETIN is unique, it not unparalleled, in the reign of monetary science. * * * We may add, therefore, our opinion that this field will not need to be explored again in a very ong time, except for the purpose of working over the wealth of material displayed."—N. Y. Evening Post,
" It is one of the greatest literary undertakings of the time, and the effect of its publication should be to familiarize the general public with the subject of money and the financial methods of the various enlightened nations. * * . It is a peculiarly timely publication.”—The Louisville Courier-Journal,
LIBRARY EDITION, ROYAL OCTAVO.
Handsomely bound in half Morocco.
$24.00 PER SET.
Contents and Indexes Mailed on Application.
THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE & COMMERCIAL BULLETIN,
17 & 19 Beaver Street, New York.