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Circular To Bankers (Newspaper) - February 19, 1830, London, Middlesex 83.3 FEBRUARY 19, 1830. WE have the satisfaction of informing our that the Bills mentioned by a fortnight as faing have been recovered by the hey land and and those gentlemen have since added their names subscribers to the Association for the Prevention of Frauds upon or the pursuit and prosecution of the perpetrators of That Association is regularly increasing in and it we be proved to be a very useful when it has been some time in A case for prosecution has already come under its from and tlie manifest saving of individual whenever depredations are committed upon we have no in render it incumbent Jar all flankers ts members of the principle to withhold them from prosecution oh cf. ultimate consequences that might flow on a capital 4Ye have been if a Banker subscribed to he would be to on the fraud becoming It is at the option of teach individual to bring has particular of loss the cognizance of the or The subscriber gives him the power to seek assistance Jrom the but dies not compel him to have to it. It believed by those conversant with these that the forgery jmt successfully practiced the Bank of of mas committed fyi a person unpersons who at this have been nefarious arts amongst if they had not been from by watchfulness rendering the too TO No. 83. However desirous a roan may to confine his thoughts principally to his own and to let public neither nor take their without allowing ihe equanimity of his mind to be disturbed by the indulging of such a disposition is Every man's concerns are dependent upon the public policy of the and the enforcement of that during the has brought such 4iffi&oJt, or a into the sphere almost mans one can Ic the views And proceedings Jkeast of all are the Private Bankers pf England in * condition to look upon public have than found it to be our duty to direct the attention of our to that have and danger now to be from of an exclusive spirit of but we did not expect to witness so soon such a exemplification of this in our more immediate and particular the circumstances of the past week have rendered Just in period of agitation from the abrupt and unskilful check applied to the national machine of industry and commercial by feeble-minded men who had themselves first created the dangerous velocity which at that moment tilled their minds with the only remedy for the contemplated by the was to establish a sound system of Banking throughout the remedy grounded on the that the principal 4)f the evil then experienced was to be V the rash spirit of speculation which has perv
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