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House. Comm. on Banks and Banking. Report on petitions, 1835
House No. 42 The Committee on Banks and Banking responded to seventeen petitions for new or upgraded banks. The petitioners were told to withdraw
their petitions. The Committee felt there were enough banks and circulating capital. It doubted that most banks could withstand a run on deposits.
The Committee thought it would be useful to know what proportion of bank bills in circulation were under $5. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title
originally held by the Massachusetts State Library).
Title:   The Committee on Banks and Banking, to whom were referred the petitions of Alfred Richardson, and others, for a bank in Boston, with a capital of $500,000; Prentiss Hobbs, and others, for a bank in Boston, with a capital of $250,000 ...
OCLC Number:   1406988671
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