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Report from Select Committee on Banks of Issue : with the minutes of evidence, appendix, and index
Spine title: First report, banks of issue 1841
Bib ID 708361
Format BookBook
Author
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on Banks of Issue
 
Description [London : s..n., 1840] 
xii, 374, 424 (i.e. 428) p. incl. tables ; 34 cm. 
Series

[Gt. Brit. Parliament, 1840. H. of C. Reports and papers] 602

Notes

Charles Wood, chairman.

"Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed, 7 August 1840."

Found also in British parliamentary papers, 1840: H. of C. vol. IV.

Subjects Banks and banking -- Great Britain.  |  Paper money -- Great Britain.
Other authors/contributors Halifax, Charles Wood, Viscount, 1800-1885

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