Mrs. Eddy was of the same shrewd, practical type as the merchant prince just mentioned.
Like Napoleon, this merchant prince required only five hours sleep.
My new friend lived in this district, as befits a merchant prince.
Wanamaker attracted to himself the forces that make a merchant prince.
He determined to make his own fortune and succeeded royally for he became a "merchant prince."
The reporter had risen to a peer and the news-gatherer to a merchant prince.
You see, I am private secretary now to a merchant prince, no longer a clerk in a wholesale provision merchant's office.
The merchant prince, creditor to many, has creditors also of his own.
For a British merchant prince such an occasion could not but be of supreme importance and pride.
La Chesnaye, the merchant prince, it was, who managed this low trafficking.
a wealthy and politically influential person involved in trade