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General abstract of the sworn returns, rendered pursuant to the act of Council, 4 Victoria, no. 13, of the average assets and liabilities, and of the capital and profits of the undermentioned banks of the Colony of NSW for the quarter ended
Bound with ten pamphlets in: Votes and proceedings of the Legislative Council during the session (extraordinary) 1843
Bib ID 2182047
Format JournalJournal
Description [Sydney : Govt. Printer] 
v. ; 21 x 34 cm. 
Notes

Description based on: Mar. 1843

Issued by the Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 3675 (27)

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 3675 (28)

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 3675 (29)

Subjects Banks and banking -- New South Wales -- Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors New South Wales. Colonial Secretary's Office  |  New South Wales. Legislative Council
Also Titled

Bank liabilities and assets


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