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Syllabus of a Course of Twelve Lectures On the History And Theory of Money Univ

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Sidney Sherwood
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(3) No London bank, nor any bank chartered after the Act, was allowed to issue notes. Issues of country banks then existing were limited to ordinary previous circulation.
Summary.
(1) The Bank of England, the first great bank to work out and maintain a system of note-issues based on the credit of the bank, without full coin or bullion guarantee.
(2) It was the first great bank to work out and main- tain a system of treating deposits as loans, and thus to trade with deposits beyond a prudent res
...erve.
(3) The " restriction, " with its controversies, have made the economic doctrines of the world in regard to the circulation of an inferior currency, particularly an irredeemable paper currency, by the side of a superior one.
(4) The history of the bank since 1844 has shown how powerfully governments may influence the money market for good or evil.
(5) The English currency to-day is dependent upon its great bank. The English ideal is a coin cur- rency for ordinary transactions, and a note cir- culation for larger affairs.


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