The Bankers' Magazine, and Journal of the Money Market

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Richard Groombridge, 1854 - Banks and banking
 

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Page 211 - Receipt indorsed or otherwise written upon or contained in any instrument liable to stamp duty, and duly stamped, acknowledging the receipt of the consideration money therein expressed, or the receipt of any principal money, interest, or annuity thereby secured or therein mentioned.
Page 20 - RECEIPT given for or upon the payment of money amounting to 2 or upwards...
Page 318 - Court shall so think fit, without previously determining the priorities of incumbrances, or giving the usual or any time to redeem ; provided that if such request shall be made by any such subsequent incumbrancer, or by the mortgagor, or by any person claiming under them respectively, the Court shall not direct any such sale, without the consent of the mortgagee or the persons claiming under him, unless the party making such request...
Page 289 - Bill of exchange (foreign) or letter of credit, drawn in but payable out of the United States, if drawn singly, or otherwise than in a set of three or more, according to the custom of merchants and bankers, shall pay the same rates of duty as inland bills of exchange or promissory notes. If drawn in sets of three or more: For every bill of each set...
Page 357 - That from and after the passing of this act no bill of exchange or promissory note made payable at or within twelve months after the date thereof, or not having more than twelve months to run, nor any contract for the loan or forbearance of money, above the sum of ten pounds sterling...
Page 359 - ... for the forbearance of one hundred pounds for a year; and so after that rate for a greater or lesser sum, or for a longer or shorter time...
Page 287 - The President Is authorized from time to time, as the exigencies of the service may require, to rearrange, by consolidation or otherwise the several customs-collection districts and to discontinue ports of entry by abolishing the same or establishing others In their stead: Provided, That the whole number of...
Page 331 - THE GILBART PRIZE ESSAY ON THE ADAPTATION OF RECENT DISCOVERIES AND INVENTIONS IN SCIENCE AND ART, TO THE PURPOSES OF PRACTICAL BANKING.
Page 357 - ... shall, by reason of any interest taken thereon or secured thereby, or any agreement to pay, or receive, or allow interest 'in discounting...
Page 269 - It shall be lawful for the Court or Judge, at the trial of any cause, where they or he may deem it right for the purposes of justice, to order an adjournment for such time, and subject to such terms and conditions as to costs, and otherwise, as they or he may think fit.

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