Bankers -- England. : The mystery of the new fashioned goldsmiths or bankers : their rise, growth, state, and decay, discovered in a merchant's letter to a country gent., who desired to bind his son apprentice to a goldsmith.
Bankers -- England -- Directories. : Bailey's Northern directory, or, merchant's and tradesman's useful companion, for the year 1781. Containing An Alphabetical List of the Names and Places of Abode of the Bankers, Merchants, Manufacturers, and other Eminent Traders, in Every Principal Town From the River Trent to Berwick upon Tweed; with the Cities of London and Westminster, Edinburgh, and Glasgow. Compiled with Great Care and Accuracy.
Bankers -- England -- London -- Directories. : A handbook of London bankers : with some account of their predecessors the early goldsmiths, together with lists of bankers, from the earliest one printed in 1677 to that of the London post-office directory of 1876 / by F.G. Hilton Price.
Bankers -- Great Britain. : The court and city register : or, gentleman's complete annual calendar, for the year 1792; containing, I. New and correct lists of both houses of the seventeenth Parliament of Great Britain, which met for their First Session, in November 1790. II. The court register. III. Lists of the army, navy, Universities, Public Offices, Hospitals, &c. With many Improvements, and the Addition of some New Lists.
Bankers -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Great Britain. : An address to John Sawbridge, Richard Oliver, Frederick Bull, and George Hayley, Esquires : representatives in Parliament for the City of London. With proposals, For the better Regulation of bankers and brokers, And for securing the Property of the Fair Trader from Swindlers and sharpers, By restraining, within proper Bounds. Public auctions, also, a scheme For establishing a loan bank Similar to the Lombard at Amsterdam, being the most effectual Means for relieving, aiding, and supporting public credit, and for rescuing the Oppressed from the Fangs of the abandoned and unrelenting hard-hearted usurer. By Walsingham Collins, Of London, Merchant.
Bankers -- Malpractice. : The fall of the house of credit : what went wrong in banking and what can be done to repair the damage? / Alistair Milne.