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BANK OF ENGLAND
Opinions of Sir James Scarlett, Sir Edward B. Sugden, and Mr. Richards, on the privilege of the Bank of England. Read at a general court of proprietors, 16th August, 1833.
[London], 1833.
18, [2] p. ; 22.4 cm. (8°)

The final leaf is blank. Sir James Scarlett was active in Parliament during the Reform Bill debates and became Attorney-General in 1835. Sir Edward Sugden, later Lord St. Leonards, became Lord Chancellor in 1840.

Binding Bound in a numbered series of late 19th century half calf pamphlet volumes. (Archive, Trustees' Minutes 18 June 1866). With binder's stamp 'Bound By Mansell' on front pastedown.

Reference Number 1625


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