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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 5, 1860., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ns to Directors$5,825.00$7,000.00$7,300.00 Specie56,891.6958,362.0765,732.45 Circulation190,305.00212,312.00222,964.00 Deposits59,567.4650,608.4371,029.79 Outstanding Debts236,615.24258,143.99295,411.20 The Bank, by its amended charter, is working upon a different system of banking from its former system, and cannot conveniently make a comparative statement. We have examined the foregoing statement, and believe it to be correct. William Kinney, President. Wm. A. Bell, F. M. Young, B. F. Points, Geo. E. Price, Hugh W. Sheffey, H. G. Guthrie. I certify that the agencies for the redemption of the notes of this Bank, under the act of April 2d, 1859, are at the Banking House of Samuel Harria & Sons in Baltimore Md., and at the Banking House of Enders, Sutton & Co., in Richmond, Va. Wm. Kinney, Pres't. Augusta County, to wit: On this 31st day of November, 1850, William H. Tams, Cashier of the Central Bank of Virginia, made cath before