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" ... came oftener, and in greater numbers, to London, than were welcome, in the shops of London. These notes became discredited, not only in proportion, as the supply was greater, than the demand for them, but as the banks were distant, and unknown. The... "
The English Review, Or, An Abstract of English and Foreign Literature - Página 126
1795
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An estimate of the comparative strength of Britain during the present and ...

George Chalmers - 1794
...fupply was greater than the demand for them, but as the banks were diftant, and unknown. The prqjefts, and arts, by which thefe notes were pufhed into the circle of trade, were regarded with * By a lift of Engliih country banks, which I have now before me, containing 279, though not the whole...
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An estimate of the comparative strength of Britain during the present and ...

George Chalmers, Gregory King - 1804
...flopt payment. i were diftant, and unknown. The projects, and arts, by which thefe notes were puflied into the circle of trade, were regarded with a very...and a little fraudulence, in fome. When fufpicion ftalked out to create alarm, and alarm ran about to excite panic, more than four hundred country banks...
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An Historical View of the Domestic Economy of G. Britain, and Ireland, from ...

George Chalmers - 1812 - 496 páginas
...but as the banks were distant, and unknown. The projects, and arts, by which those notes were pushed into the circle of trade, were regarded, with a very evil eye by those who, in this management, saw great impru. dence, in many, and a little fraudulence, in some....
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Observations on paper money, banking, and overtrading

Henry Brooke Parnell (1st baron Congleton.) - 1827
...extended by improper issues of paper. *,; ''4. That the greater part of the embarrassment ii sfS pushed into the circle of trade, were regarded with a very evil eye by those, who, in this management, saw great imprudence in many, and a little fraudulence in some. When...
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The history of British commerce

1844
...them, but as the banks were distant and unknown. The projects and arts by which those notes were pushed into the circle of trade were regarded with a very evil eye by those who, in Ihis management, saw great imprudence in many, and a little fraudulence in some. When...
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History of the Bank of England, Its Times and Traditions, Volumen 1

John Francis (of the Bank of England.) - 1848
...demand, but as the banks were distant and unknown. The projects and arts by which those notes were pushed into the circle of trade were regarded with a very evil eye by those who, in this management, saw great imprudence in many, and a little fraudulence in some. When...
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