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The following year, with New York’s trade with Europe and the Far East far outstripping that of both Boston and Philadelphia, Allan decided to move his family and his business there. Maria, who was certain her husband’s enterprise and ambition would earn them a place among the city’s fashionables, half-reluctantly agreed. By the spring of 1818, thanks to loans from his father that enabled him to purchase luxury French dry goods, Allan sailed for France, stopping first in Edinburgh, where he hoped to establish the family’s descent from Scottish nobility.
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Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1974. Melville, Herman. Weeds and Wildings, Chiefly; with a Rose or Two, by Herman Melville: Reading Text and Genetic Text, ed. with an introduction by Robert Charles Ryan. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 1967. Stedman, Arthur. ’’ New York World (October 11, 1891): 26. , Jr. The Early Lives of Melville: Nineteenth Century Biographical Sketches and Their Authors. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1974. 101. Secondary Sources Hawthorne, Nathaniel.