Meantime, the merchant-prince flung himself into his comfortable easy-chair, a spasm of agony passing across his harsh features.
merchant-prince and agitator, horse and rider—where are you now?
There was once a merchant-prince who had gained a great fortune by trading on land and sea.
The merchant-prince might as well hope to make himself a poet, as the poet a practical or practicable man.
Feudalism ignored trade, but the baron found his rival in the merchant-prince.
Ever after the merchant-prince treated Thomas like a son; the kind of a boy he had always wanted and could not have.
The merchant-prince breathed easier, and that was the last of the Crown versus John Hancock.
a wealthy and politically influential person involved in trade