Circular To Bankers, February 19, 1830

Circular To Bankers

February 19, 1830

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Issue date: Friday, February 19, 1830

Pages available: 8

Previous edition: Friday, February 12, 1830

Next edition: Friday, February 26, 1830

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Publication name: Circular To Bankers

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 12,035

Years available: 1828 - 1853

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Circular To Bankers (Newspaper) - February 19, 1830, London, Middlesex iNa. 83.3 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1830. WE have the satisfaction of informing our Subscribers, that the Bills mentioned by us, a fortnight agOj as faing stolen, have been recovered by the owners, Messrs, hey land and Bullin; and those gentlemen have since added their names principle to withhold them from prosecution oh aceaun-t cf. ultimate consequences that might flow ftorn-proceediifkgs on a capital charge., 4Ye have been asked, whether, if a Banker subscribed to .thisAssociation, he would be com-pelled to prosecute^ on the fraud becoming known. It is at the option of teach individual sitbscmber to bring has particular $ase of loss %indtr the cognizance of the committee, or not. The htfcfaninga subscriber gives him the power to seek assistance Jrom the Society, but dies not compel him to have mcaurse to it. . . It i& believed by those conversant with these matters, that the forgery jmt successfully practiced 'upon the Bank of England, of dividrnd^ajvants, itpoii �m,()Wslack, mas committed fyi a person unpersons who would, at this time, have been ftxeicbsingtheir nefarious arts amongst the.London Bunkers* if they had not been tdrimen from -that .field &f\4kew op&atiori by

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