first political speech.
partnership in the store with Berry.
the trade with William Greene.
failure of the business.
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deputy surveyIn Radford's case, fearing his bones might share the fate of his windows, he disposed of his stock and good — will to William Greene for a consideration of four hundred dollars. The latter employed Lincoln to make an inventory of the goods, and when completed, the new merchant, seeing in it something of a speculation, offered Greene an advance of two hundred and fifty dollars on his investment.
The offer was accepted, and the stock and fixtures passed into the ownership and control of the now ve his note to James Herndon, Lincoln his to Rowan Herndon, while Lincoln & Berry as a firm, executed their obligation to Greene, Radford, and Rutledge in succession.
Surely Wall Street at no time in its history has furnished a brace of speculators