A History of James Capel & Co
produced by Longman for private circulation by James Capel & Company, 1975 - London (England) - 129 pages
Traces history of the firm, one of the oldest stockbrokers in Britain, from its establishment in the 1770s and its business development at different stages.
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From Antrobus to Capel
A stockbrokers business in the first half
The growth of the firm 18371914
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A. D. Malcolm Alexander Trotter Average Bank of England Bank of Scotland Bank's bankers Beale British Government securities British Govt brokers C. R. V. Holt Capel collection Capel Court capital century Clayton clerks Committee connections consideration commission Corporation of London Coutts Bank Cruickshank day-book dealing Debentures deed Dickson Drummonds Bank East India entries ex Nathan Exchequer Bills firm's Foreign securities funds Guildhall Library H. B. Turle Holland & Balfour income interest investment trust issues James Bury Capel James Capel January jobbers John Norbury joined the firm July ledgers loans London London Records Marjoribanks Melville Balfour ment Morgan & Thomas Mortimer Nathan & Rosselli November organisation partnership Philip Antrobus profits purchases Railway Mania railway shares records remained retired Royal Bank Ryder salaries senior partner Sir Edmund Antrobus speculative staff Stock Exchange member stockbrokers subscription Thomas Coutts Throgmorton Street Total transactions transfer William Trotter