Seasonable proposals for a perpetual fund or bank in Dublin. :
For the improvement both of lands and traffick, suitable to the trade, money, and business of Ireland, both in relation to England and other foreign parts; maturely calculated, both for the present juncture, and the general good of the said city and kingdom, and particular advantage of all the subscribers; who now, if they please may securely make above 20 per cent. per ann. clear profit of their money. The intended methods are drawn and improved, both from a true experience, and by the best examples of all the banks in Europe: it is therefore humbly proposed by Richard Holt, of London, merchant, and others, to proceed as followeth, viz.
|Main Creator:||Holt, Richard, of London.|
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[Dublin : s.n., 1696?]
Imprint from Wing (CD-ROM edition).
Physical description: 4 p. ; fol.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), H2514C
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