Definition of Factorage

1. n. The allowance given to a factor, as a compensation for his services; -- called also a commission.

Definition of Factorage

1. Noun. The commission paid to a factor ¹

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Definition of Factorage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Factorage

factor x
factor x deficiency
factor xa
factor xi
factor xi deficiency
factor xia
factor xii
factor xii deficiency
factor xiia
factor xiii
factor xiii deficiency
factorage (current term)
factorial experiment
factorial experiments
factorial prime
factorial table
factorial tables

Literary usage of Factorage

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1. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery: From by Francis Vesey, Great Britain Court of Chancery (1827)
"... furnish as factor; and instead of charging factorage tor, taking the duty, or accepting a stipulated salary, he takes the profits; profits, and and T, . ..."

2. A Documentary History of American Industrial Society by Eugene Allen Gilmore, American Bureau of Industrial Research, Carnegie Institution of Washington (1909)
"V. PLANTATION SUPPLIES AND factorage iA GEORGIA PLANTER BUYS NEGRO CLOTHES IN LONDON Letter of James Habersham, Savannah, Ga., March 9, 1764, ..."

3. The Arithmetical Magazine, Or, Mercantile Accountant by William M.. Finlay (1803)
"factorage or Commission, Brokerage, A Premium estimated at so much per cent. for the transaction of business by a factor, ..."

4. A New and Complete System of Arithmetick: Composed for the Use of the by Nicolas Pike, Chester Dewey (1832)
"COMMISSION, OR factorage, Is an allowance of so much per cent, to a Factor or Correspondent, ... factorage ..."

5. London by Charles Knight (1851)
"The present system of factorage in the corn-trade is stated to have existed only about one hundred and fifty years. The traditional report of its origin ..."

6. Transactions and Collections of the American Antiquarian Society by American Antiquarian Society (1885)
"That he shall have for his sallary and factorage about the said stocke for the yeare ensuing as he shall reasonably deserve. 4. That whereas also according ..."

7. A Treatise on the Limitations of Actions at Law and Suits in Equity and by Joseph Kinnicut Angell, John Wilder May (1876)
"AGENCY AND factorage. 179. A VERY common, and no less important, fiduciary relation in mercantile law is that of principal and agent, and consignor and ..."

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