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

SECTION PAGK I THE ORIGIN AND PROGRESS OF BANKING
1
THE RISE OF BANKING IN ENGLAND
9
THE HISTORY OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND
21
THE LONDON BANKERS
71
COUNTRY BANKS
72
JOINTSTOCK BANKS
77
BRANCH BANKS
82
BANKS OF DEPOSIT
86
THE ADMINISTRATION OF A BANK DURING A SEASON OF PRESSURE
213
THE ADMINISTRATION OF A BANK UNDER TIE ACT OF 1814
226
THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE BANKING DEPARTMENT OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND
254
OF PRACTICAL BANKINGcontinued DECTION 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 OJ FICE
345
XIII BANKING BOOKKEEPING
375
XIV BANKING CALCULATIONS
419

IX BANKS OF REMITTANCE
93
BANKS OF CIRCULATION
98
BANKS OF DISCOUNT
109
CASH CREDIT BANKS
129
LOAN BANKS
138
SAVINGS BANKS
139
THE NATURE OF BANKING
145
THE UTILITY OF BANKING
147
BANKING TERMS
155
THE GENERAL ADMINISTRATION OF A BANK
160
THE ADMINISTRACION OF A BANK WITH REGARD TO PROCEED INGS ON BILLS OF EXCHANGE
180
THE ADMINISTRATION OF A BANK WITH REGARD TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF ITS SURPLUS FUNDS
201
BANKING DOCUMENTS
425
OF BANKING INSTITUTIONS SECTION I THE BANK OF ENGLAND
428
THE LONDON PRIVATE BANKERS
446
JOINTSTOCK BANKS IN LONDON
462
THE COUNTRY PRIVATE BANKS
470
THE Scorci BANKS
489
Tue IRISH BANKS
523
THE MORAL AND RELIGIOUS DUTIES OF BANKING COMPANIES
570
TEN MINUTES ADVICE ABOLT KUI PING A BANKER
593
APIENDIX
603
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