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The upper ten thousand
Charles Astor Bristed
|Other titles||Sketches of American society.|
|Statement||by C. Astor Bristed.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||274 p.,  leaf of plates|
|Number of Pages||274|
American "high life." A self-appointed chronicler of the "Upper Ten Thousand," a phrase he coined, Willis reported on the machinery of the fashionable circles in which he moved. In its Centennial Issue Town and Country called him "an international leader of elegance in literature and living," the man who "led a generation of Americans. Her books have received stellar reviews from Publishers Weekly, Library Journal, Chicago Tribune, silly to the extreme, but sweet, harmless, and very well liked among the Upper Ten Thousand for the diversion he provided—and for his inability to remember anything told him that did not affect his meals, his nightly beauty rest, or the pride.
Town & Country, the favored magazine of the American aristocracy, is among the oldest general-interest publications in the country: Founded in by a writer who coined the term “upper ten. upper ten Part or all of this entry has been imported from the edition of Webster’s Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
There are currently no other reviews for this book. Excerpt. Whether or no, she, whom you are to forgive, if you can, did or did not belong to the Upper Ten Thousand of this our English world, I am not prepared to say with any strength of affirmation. By blood she was connected with big people,–distantly connected with some very big people. I follow Cannon Freeman through the Upper Ten, named for the Upper Ten Thousand, the term used to describe the ten thousand wealthiest people in New York society back in the days of John Jacob Astor and the robber barons.
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Excerpt from The Upper Ten Thousand: Sketches of American Society This is characteristic of the author, and was a sufficient introduction to the English reader; but it seems to us not improper, in an edition to be offered to the society whose peculiarities it illus trates, to add the letter to which we have referred.
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"The ton " has also been used to refer to the Upper Ten Thousand of later 19th-century society, including most of the peerage, aristocracy and wealthy merchants or bankers of the City (of London).
Charles Astor Bristed’s book, “The Upper Ten Thousand”. (Credit: The Library of Congress) The obsession with the Upper Ten’s comings, goings and acquisitions was the.
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The upper ten thousand (eBook, )  Get this from a library. The upper ten thousand. [Charles Astor Bristed; Indiana University. What concerns us is the fundamental thought. It is precisely what the Lord declared of old to Moses, "I know thee by name, and thou hast found grace in My sight." Those who, like all these men, stake all on fidelity to God, are the upper ten thousand of the universe, the peerage of heaven, throughout eternity.
God knows them by name as living. A reprint of the paragraph in which Nathaniel Parker Willis coined the term, Upper Ten Thousand, or simply, The Upper Ten, is a 19th-century phrase referring to wealthi residents of New York City. The phrase was coined in by American poet and author Nathaniel Parker Willis.
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London: Hamlyn. MLA Citation. Burt, Alison. Colonial cook book: for the many as well as for the 'upper ten thousand' / by an Australian aristologist ; edited by Alison Burt ; designed by John Morgan Hamlyn London Australian/Harvard Citation. Burt, Alison. I would give it ten stars if I could.
I can't even get my mind around how much story was in this book, but it was wonderful. There is so much going on from one section to the next. Something always happening. There are no dull moments.
Always new things to learn about. So much humor in the dialogue - much of it tongue-in-cheek/5(). This cookbook, touted as cookery for the many, as well as for “the upper ten thousand”, was an inspiring read.
Not limited by geography, or by the current fashion for less than five.Upper Ten Thousand, or simply, The Upper Ten, is a phrase coined in by American poet Nathaniel Parker Willis to describe the upper circles of New York, and hence of other major cities.
InCharles Astor Bristed published a collection of sketches on New York Society entitled "The Upper Ten Thousand." It appeared in the Fraser Magazine.tongue, and one that I repeatedly use in this book, but it also serves to obscure the degree of wealth concentration in even fewer hands.
In the s, Nathaniel Parker Willis coined the term “Upper Ten Thousand” to describe New York high society.
We may now be in need of a variant, the “Upper Ten .