We have alluded elsewhere in this issue to a Touro—Lafayette episode, and now quote from page 493try was in the fall of 1824, two years after Mr. Touro's death.
From the Independent Chronicle authentic:
Died. On Friday afternoon, Abraham Touro, Esq., merchant, aged, abt. 46.
While viewiof his latest, public appearances.
Probably Mr. Touro, in leaving his pleasant home in Medford thaford.
New information from a descendant.
Abraham Touro was a man of ability.
He was aggressive imonumental.
The assets of the estate of Abraham Touro were a medley of bank stock, general and lether they yielded dividends we say not. But Mr. Touro was public-spirited and entered into them.
come was from his merchandise overseas.
The Touro mansion in Medford was near present Touro avenesex canal paid dividends for a time.
As to Mr. Touro's shipyard or vessels he had built in Medfor given to the Royall House Association.
Abraham Touro was the son of Rev. Isaac Touro, and had a[11 more...]