2 edition of brief account of the intended Bank of England. found in the catalog.
brief account of the intended Bank of England.
by Printed and are to be sold by Randal Taylor ... in London
|Contributions||Godfrey, Michael, d. 1695., Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||AC901 .M5 vol. 154, no. 9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 18 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||92850202|
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This quote is said to be from the prospectus for the Bank of England, but it does not not appear in A Brief Account of the Intended Bank of England or elsewhere in The Writings of William Paterson. The earliest known appearance is from the s. Banking was conceived in iniquity and was born in sin. The Bankers own the earth. The earliest appearance of the quote that is found on Google Book Search is from Christopher Hollis, The two nations; a financial study of English history, originally published in The quote also seems inconsistent with what actually does appear in A Brief Account of the Intended Bank of England. It may well be that this is a Depression-era hoax.
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A brief account of the intended Bank of England Paterson, William, Godfrey, Michael, d. Wrongly attributed to Michael Godfrey. BM attributes to William Paterson, who founded the Bank of England in 18 p.
London: Printed, and are to be sold by Randal TaylorKress Lib. / Wing / P EnglishAuthor: Michael Godfrey. A Brief Account Of The Intended Bank Of England.
This short tract, published in the year the Charter of The Governor and Company of the Bank of England was passed by the Parliament of England, owes its existence most likely to the fact that, at the time, the formation of the Bank of England was not unopposed.
A BRIEF ACCOUNT Of the Intended Bank of England, THE want of a Bank, or publick Fund, for the convenience and se∣curity of great Payments, and the better to facilitate the circulation of Money, in and about this great and oppulent City, hath in our time, among other Inconve∣niencies, occasion'd much unnecessary Credit, to the loss of several Millions, by which Trade hath been exceedingly discourag'd.
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Some useful reflections upon a pamphlet called A brief account of the intended Bank of England: whereunto is annexed a short description of Doctor Chamberlens's bank.
Author: Chamberlen, Hugh, active viaf Edition: The second edition with additions. Publisher: London: Printed by T.S. and sold by Randal Taylor near Stationers-Hall, Some useful reflections upon a pamphlet called A brief account of the intended Bank of England: whereunto is annexed a short description of Doctor Chamberlens's bank.
Author: Hugh Chamberlen. A brief account of the intended Bank of England Paterson, William, Godfrey, Michael, d. Wrongly attributed to Michael Godfrey. BM attributes to William Paterson, who founded the Bank of England in 18 p.
London: Printed, and are to be sold by Randal TaylorKress Lib. / Wing / P EnglishAuthor: Michael Godfrey. Some useful reflections upon a pamphlet called A brief account of the intended Bank of England.
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