The Bank of England, as it Is, and as it Ought to be: With Observations Upon the Government Measure for Selling the Monopoly of Issuing Notes to the Country Banks

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Effingham Wilson, 1865 - Banks and banking - 84 pages
 

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Page 14 - That all the compositions payable to the several bankers mentioned in the Schedule hereto marked (C.), and such other bankers as shall agree with the said Governor and Company to discontinue the issue of their own bank notes as aforesaid, shall, if not previously determined by the act of such banker as hereinbefore provided, cease and determine on the First day of August One thousand eight hundred and fifty-six, or on any earlier day on which Parliament may prohibit the issue of bank notes.

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