Banking Theory, 1870-1930: The principles and practice of banking
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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OF PRACTICAL BANKINGcontinued
THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE Oi Fice
OF BANKING INSTITUTION8
WI Tile IRISH BANKS
THE MoRAL AND RELIGIOUs DUTIEs of BANKING CoxipANIEs
TEN MINUTEs ADVICE ABOUT Kei PING A BANRER
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