Edward Adolphus correspondence  1842-1843
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Biography

Edward Adolphus worked as a merchant stationed in Belize, Honduras, during the mid-19th century. William Warriner, a New York City merchant, worked in the shipping industry in the mid 19th century, and traded indigo, sarsaparilla, and mahogany, along with other goods. A. J. Cameron, of Boston, also traded in foodstuffs during the mid-19th century.