Definition of Teade
1. tead [n -S] - See also: tead
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Literary usage of Teade
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1884)
"... DISPUTE IN THE COAL-teade. COAL is, as we all know well, of immense importance to us in our households, our factories, and our vehicles. ..."
2. English Seamen in the Sixteenth Century: Lectures Delivered at Oxford by James Anthony Froude (1895)
"... II JOHN HAWKINS AND THE AFRICAN SLAVE teade I BEGIN this lecture with a petition addressed to Queen Elizabeth. Thomas Seely, a merchant of Bristol, ..."
3. The Economic Interpretation of History: (lectures Delivered in Worcester by James Edwin Thorold Rogers (1888)
"... teade. Early English commerce—The discoveries of Portugal and Spain— The English buccaneers—The American plantations—The sole- ..."
4. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1864)
"BANKS OF THE UNITED STATES—FOREIGN teade—POPULATION. The great speculative expansion during the decade ending with 1840 had increased the number of banks by ..."
5. Principles of Political Economy by Wilhelm Roscher, John Joseph Lalor, Louis Wolowski (1878)
"... teade. SECTION I. THE MERCANTILE SYSTEM. The principal peculiarities of the so-called mercantile system depend on a five-fold over-estimation: of the ..."