Banking Theory, 1870-1930: The principles and practice of banking

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Forrest Capie, Geoffrey Edward Wood
Taylor & Francis, 1999 - Business & Economics - 672 pages
This collection of rare texts from the mid nineteenth century shows how the principle of banking in England came to be established and accepted in the period when British banks achieved their greatest stability.

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Contents

OF PRACTICAL BANKINGcontinued
145
BECTION PAGE X THE PANICS OF 1857 AND OP 1866
277
THE ADMINISTRATION OP JOINTSTOCK BANKS WITH AN INQUIRY INTO THE CAUSES OF THEIR FAILURES
309
THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE OI FICE
345
BANKING BOOKKEEPING
375
BANKING CALCULATIONS
419
BANKING DOCUMENTS
425
OF BANKING INSTITUTIONS SECTION I THE BANK OF ENGLAND
428
JOINTSTOCK BANKS IN LONDON
462
THE COUNTRY PRIVATE BANKS
470
THE SCOTCH BANKS
489
THE IRISH BANKS
523
VII THE MORAL AND RELIGIOUS DUTIES OF BANKING COMPANIES
570
TEN MINUTES ADVICE ABOLT KOI PING A BANKER
593
APPENDIX
603
Copyright

THE LONDON PRIVATE BANKERS
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