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The Banker's Common-Place Book

By Homans, Isaac Smith

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Book Id: WPLBN0000198697
Format Type: PDF eBook
File Size: 20.2 MB
Reproduction Date: 1857

Title: The Banker's Common-Place Book  
Author: Homans, Isaac Smith
Language: English
Subject: Banks and banking, Bills of exchange, Finance
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publisher: New York; Published at the Office of the Bankers' Magazine.; Sold by G. P. Putnam & Co.


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Smith, 1807-187, H. I. (1857). The Banker's Common-Place Book. Retrieved from

(from t.p.) Treatise on banking / A.B. Johnson -- Ten minutes' advice on keeping a banker / J.W. Gilbart -- Byles on the foreign law of bills of exchange -- Remarks on bills of exchange / John Ramsay M'Culloch -- Forms of bills of exchange, in eight European languages -- Forms of notice of protest, with remarks -- Synopsis of the bank laws of Massachusetts -- Decisions on banking / Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts -- Suggestions to young cashiers on the duties of their profession -- on the duties and misdoings of bank directors / A.B. Johnson -- Numismatic dictionary

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