The principal statistics of the three Presidency Banks are as follows:— ┌────────–┬────────────┬────────────┬────────────────┬──────────────–┐ │ │ Capital, │ │ │ │ │Dec.
But attention was specially concentrated on the fact that the cash balances held in London, after fluctuating considerably from time to time, had risen for a year past to an unusually high level, and had been lent out at low rates of interest to persons many of whom bore foreign names. The Committee of 1892 did not commit themselves; but the system which their recommendations established was generally supposed to be transitional and a first step towards the introduction of gold. We found that the Bank had the power to lend money on deposit of goods.  Jevons’s method is based on the assumptions that the proportions of coins issued at different dates found in the given samples roughly correspond to their proportions in the circulation at large, and that the numbers in circulation of the latest issues do not much differ from the numbers issued from the Mint.