And great as is the delicacy of such a problem in all countries, it is far

These aggregates for all the Exchange Banks together are published in the _Statistics of British India_, Part II. And thirdly, I fear that the possession of such patronage would ruin any set of persons in whose gift it was. “At the same time the receipt of notes of the higher denominations in circles other than the circle of issue, in payment of Government dues and in payments to railways, post and telegraph offices, was stopped by executive orders”; and “with a view to minimise any tendency to make use of the new universal notes for remittance purposes, it was decided concurrently with the new Act to offer facilities to bankers and merchants to make trade remittances between the currency centres by means of telegraphic orders granted by Government at a reduced rate of premium. . But till they began, the Bank of England had among companies not only the exclusive privilege of note issue, but that of deposit banking too. │ ├──────┼────────────────────┼────────────────────────–┤ │ 1890 │ £5,000,000 │ £2,300,000 │ │ 1895 │ 6,900,000 │ 1,800,000 │ │ 1900 │ 7,000,000 │ 1,600,000 │ │ 1901 │ 7,900,000 │ 2,200,000 │ │ 1902 │ 9,100,000 │ 2,300,000 │ │ 1903 │ 10,800,000 │ 2,100,000 │ │ 1904 │ 10,900,000 │ 3,300,000 │ │ 1905 │ 11,400,000 │ 2,500,000 │ │ 1906 │ 12,100,000 │ 3,400,000 │ │ 1907 │ 12,800,000 │ 3,700,000 │ │ 1908 │ 13,000,000 │ 2,500,000 │ │ 1909 │ 13,500,000 │ 2,800,000 │ │ 1910 │ 16,200,000 │ 2,900,000 │ └──────┴────────────────────┴────────────────────────–┘ 17.

Laisser un commentaire

Votre adresse e-mail ne sera pas publiée. Les champs obligatoires sont indiqués avec *