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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yw ei bod yn iled ganolog yn lluddias neb i gyfranogi a hi yn hyn. Yr eiddoch yn ffyddlon, The Bank, J. PARRY JONES, Blaenau Ffestiniog. EGLWYSI A PHREGETHWYR IEUAINC. AT OLYGYDD Y GOLEUAD. Syr,-Byddai yn dda genyf gaei clywed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mieasures whith were takeln Aitriago cite ta-t 9ession, in execution of the poe er, give every promcie of' satcess. The Bank of the United States hIa beet oraijrl tinder auspices the most favourable, atid cauccot fail to be en imnportant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it is exifiattged for tile tzw l ivyer cmimage. - I V. P4AF Xlaster end Workev of lti NMajesty"94ltdint The Bank of Engli 3d hltive extended the time from thle Ist of Februiry next intiI the };q o Danrk I9ol!r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PLUoi-te?, Vice-Chancellor, has signflied his intention to resian, and that Mr. LEACH is to be appointed to succeedr hnir. The Bank has ivern notice, that, after the first day of M'av next. no stnther extension of timle wvill be griven Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    witk the greatest violience. A gentleman sent to the Ba5ik two notes, olne for 20fL and another fr }10.. The Bank were olOt idle 'upon tiaricng of tlennder. Thhen oumbers of the notes which were-paid to Mr, *Hpogird when he Subscribers-only content

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    it may be said issued notes for as sums large as large a sum as £100: indeed for sums to a prodigious degree larger: and yet there is no more discount upon these large Bills Notes of the Bank


    any person ' s being called to account for it. Newgate is intended to broke open tomorrow night - The Bank is intended to broke open tomorrow night . A quantity of smuggled goods lies concealed in such or such


    concerned in the species of paper money already in circulation. - The parties in question are therefore - 1. The Bank of England . 2. The Country Banking Houses. 3 To which will be added on another account (although not

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 17 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    Raymond . Samuel Read , Jun. Esq; Thomas Reynolds, Esq; Jacob Sawbridge, Esq; William Tillard, Esq; John Turner, Esq; The Bank of England hath been taken Notice of in another Part of this Book. I therefore only add here A

    Book 3, Chapter 3 [St. Mildred.] Cheape Ward. [The Bank.]

    of England ; also to two other Pamphlets wrote against the Bank, one entitled, A short View of the apparent Danger and Mischiefs from the Bank of England : The other, Reasons offered against the continuance of the Bank,

    Book 1, Chapter 1 The Antiquity of LONDON.

    hither, he observed a great Power of his Enemies in Battel Array on the other side of the River. The Bank was fortified with sharp Stakes fixed before them; and such kind of Stakes were also driven down under Water,

    Preface 7 Chapters and Contents

    Sithes or Benet Shrog. St. Pancrace Soperlane. St. Mildreds Parish . The Parsonage House there. The Grocers Hall . The Bank of England kept here. St. Mary Colechurch . Thomas Becket ; where born and christned. The Standard in Cheap

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Second World War. At the west end of the village a more pretentious range of five houses, known as The Bank , was erected by Earl Spencer in 1860 -1. 11 The fronts have blue-brick decoration and the end houses

    Parishes Fylingdales

    High Normanby close to Beacon Hill (625 ft. above the ordnance datum). On the moor is Rigg Hall . The Bank , Robin Hood's Bay South of Fyling Old Hall Stoupe Beck rises at Hogarth Hill and receives Slape Stone

    Townships Bretherton

    died in 1526 seised of a capital messuage called the Bank and other messuages and lands in Bretherton ; also lands in Tarleton , Becconsall and Hesketh . The Bank estate was said to be held of the king as

    The borough of Scarborough

    from 1 s . to 4 s . 6 d . according to age. The stock is standing in the bank books in the names of the persons appointed for the purpose by the Charity Commissioners in 1867 . In

    Economic and Social History Industry and Trade, 1500-1880

    and become long-term loans and the frequency and severity of the bank collapses were due largely to inability to call in loans which were only nominally short-term. The Bank of England , which established a local branch in 1827 ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BRISTOW, Robert I (1662-1706), of Micheldever, Hants, and St. Dunstan-in-the-East, London

    his family’s emerging prominence among the merchant-financier elite. Bristow and his father were numbered among the original subscribers to the Bank of England pursuant to its incorporation in July 1694, but owing to the confusion which arises from their identical

    IRVING, John (?1767-1845), of Savile Row, Mdx.

    17 Aug. 1811, that Irving’s firm had agreed with the Bank ‘to procure gold from South America, on certain terms’, though he added:In truth I conceive the arrangement with the Bank to be an improvident one, which, without giving much

    BOYD, Walter (1753-1837), of Putney Hill, Surr.

    in India refused the bills.[footnote] Boyd secured an advance of £80,000 from the Bank of England, guaranteed by 16 City financiers, 2 July 1798: but the Bank declined any further assistance.Boyd had in any case fallen out with Benfield. He

    GRENFELL, Pascoe (1761-1838), of Taplow House, Bucks.

    the Bank from the exclusive circulation of their paper as the currency of the country’.[footnote] The Bank advances bill of 1819 eventually satisfied him and on 25 June he announced that ‘he would now take his leave of the Bank

    THORNTON, Samuel (1754-1838), of Clapham Common and Albury Park, Surr.

    proposal to take £500,000 from the unclaimed dividends at the Bank, 15 Dec. 1790, as ‘a stab to public credit’. The chief objection, however, was the difficulty that the Bank would have in meeting it, 22 Mar. 1791. He was

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. Giles' Lodge

    (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1587 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Royal Oak Hotel, High Street, Cheadle, Staffordshire 1875 The Bank, Bank Street, Cheadle, Staffordshire 1886

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    : fieldname Location: The Chapel Croft (The Chapel Croft) : fieldname Location: Kilne Hill (Kilne Hill) : fieldname Location: The Bank (The Banke) : fieldname Location: The Sowerdock Field (The Sowerdock Feild) : fieldname Location: The Upper Closes (The Upper


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