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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review

1839-1870

Established by Freeman Hunt, this general commerce magazine sought to discuss "every subject that can be interesting or useful to the merchant." Subjects include commercial statistics; commercial regulations and treaties; statistics of population; railroads, canals, and roads; mercantile law, libraries and associations; currency; insurance; banking; navigation; U.S and foreign commerce; trade; and biographies of successful merchants.

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This monthly magazine ceased publication after December 1870, and was continued by the weekly Commercial and Financial Chronicle.

Editors: Freeman Hunt (1839-March 1858); Thomas Prentice Kettell (June 1858-1860); I. S. Homans and W. B. Dana (1861); W. B. Dana (1862-1870).

Notable contributors include Francis Wharton, George Tucker, James H. Lanman, J.W. Scott, and George S. Boutwell.

1839-1870

Freeman Hunt

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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review. New York: Freeman Hunt, 1839-1870. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/5733, accessed on June 24, 2018.

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