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James Redpath, The Public Life of Captain John Brown, Chapter
: 4 and Perkins , wool Factors. (search)
Chapter 4: Perkins and Brown, wool Factors. John Brown went to Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1846. The following extract from a private letter by an eminent
he business of wool-dealing.
He was afterwards associated in business with a Mr. Perkins, of Ohio.
and their firm was Perkins and Brown.
They sold large quantitiePerkins and Brown.
They sold large quantities of wool on commission; most of it was for farmers living in Western Pennsylvania. Mr. Brown left here in 1850 or 1851, and removed with his family to North Elba, E shoes.
John Brown and Anthony Burns.
In the course of the partnership of Perkins and Brown, a lawsuit arose, which is thus described by a correspondent at Vern
During the years 1852, 1853, and 1854, Mr. Brown was one of the firm of Perkins & Brown, doing a large wool trade, buying and selling, in Ohio, New York, and large quantity of wool to parties in Troy, N. Y., brought on a lawsuit between Perkins & Brown and those parties.
Mr. Brown's counsel resided in Vernon, and he was