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Title: An Account of the land-bank shewing the design and manner of the settlement, the profits to the subscribers, the advantage to the borrowers, the conveniency to the lenders, that it will be the support of the nobility and gentry of England, and a publick good to the whole nation.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An Account of the land-bank shewing the design and manner of the settlement, the profits to the subscribers, the advantage to the borrowers, the conveniency to the lenders, that it will be the support of the nobility and gentry of England, and a publick good to the whole nation.
London: Printed by T. Milbourn ..., 1695.
Notes:
Relates to the bank of John Asgill and Nicolas Barbon. Cf. Richards, R.D. Early hist. of banking in England, 1958, p. 116-118.
Subject terms:
Asgill, John, -- 1659-1738.
Barbon, Nicholas, -- d. 1698.
Land banks -- England.
Broadsides -- England -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A25300.0001.001

Contents
An ACCOUNT of the LAND-BANK, SHEWING The Design and Manner of the Settlement. The Profits to the Subscribers. The Advantage to the Borrowers. The Conveniency to the Lenders. That it will be the Support of the Nobility and Gentry of ENGLAND, and A Publick Good to the whole Nation.
The Manner of the Settlement.
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