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Bell, j\Iatthew, M.P., petition re small notes, 99 ;

petition against formation of Branch Bank of

England in Newcastle, 202, 203.
Bell, Richard, guarantee of notes, 419.
Bell, Robt., liquidation of Blake, Reeds, & Co., 168.
Bell, Colonel Robert, Fenham, 189.
Bell, S. M., sub-manager of the Newcastle Joint

Stock Banking Co., 319.
Bell, Thomas, panic, 275.
Bell, Thomas, memoranda for a pedigree and

account of the Surtees family by, 398.
Belassis, Rich., will of, 21.

Belt, R., Newcastle Chamber of Commerce, 201.
Bennett, Rev. E. H., 221.
Bennett, John, coinage of base money, 120.
Bennett, Timothy, 189.
Benson, Eland, & Co., auditors for the Industrial

Bank, Limited, 295.
Benson, Rev. C, formation of the Newcastle

Savings' Bank, 866.
Bent, Mr., Yorkshire Penny Bank, 418.
Beresford, Henry de la Poer, 281.
Berry, William (Tweed Bank), 162, 164; failure of

Surtees, Burdon, & Co., 388.
Bertie, Rear-Admiral Sir Thomas, 258, 259.
Berwick, Savings' Bank of, 162.
Berwick Bank, 310, 812 ; circular regarding failure

of Durham I3ank, 311 ; copy of a note of, 812.
Best, John, Heighington, 141.
" Bewick Gleanings," 311.

Bewick Main Colliery, silver and copper money, 73.
Bewick, Henry, guarantee of notes, 419.
Bewick, Thos., letter from, 68 ; forgery of bk. notes,

68, 88, 188,1185 ; notes of Berwick Bank, printed by,

311 ; copy of a letter from, to Mr. Mason, 312.
Beynon, Mr., "at the Tippling Philosopher, Liquor

Pond Street, Gray's Inn Lane, London," 244.
Biddulph, Sir Michael, 256.

Bigge, Charles John, Old Bank, 174, 182; died, 193.
Bigge, C. J., District Bank, 198, 338, 889 ; with-
drawal from directorate of, 343.



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Bigge, Chas. Wm., Eslington House, Northumber-
land, 174, 181, 182, 338 ; married Miss Wilkinson
of Thorpe, 193 ; High Sheriff of Northumberland,
193 ; died at Linden, 193.

Bigge, Thomas Charles, Newcastle, 193.

Bigge, Thos. Chas., exchange of gold with his
tenants, 31 ; panic in Newcastle, 50, 51.

Bigge, Thos. Hanway, Old Bank, 174, 181, 193 ;
liquidation of Blake, Reeds, & Co., 168 ; married
Charlotte, daughter of Rev. Jas. Scott, 193 ;
died, 182, 193 ; formation of the Newcastle
Savings' Bank, 366.

Bill for taxing receipts and promissory notes, 33.

Bill-broking, 349.

Bird, Nicholas, 419.

Birkett, James, extract from the letter book of, 134.

Bish, T., lottery contractor, 127.

Bishop 13eck, pennies of, 14.

Bishop Booth, coinage of, 15.

Biss, Robert, panic of 1803, 275.

" Black Dwarf," quotations from, 81, 82.

Black, Lawrence, manager of the Newcastle Com-
mercial Bank, 316.

Blackbird, E., agent for Messrs. Lambton, 249.

Blackett & Dixon, panic in Newcastle, 49.

Blackett, Chas., treasurer for Northumberland,
49; winding up of Surtees.Burdon, &Co.,390,39l.

Blackett, J. C, 158.

Blackett, John E., panic in Newcastle, 29, 49,
50, 51.

Blackett, Walter, panic in Newcastle, 29.

Blackburn, Rev. J., formation of the Newcastle
Savings' Bank, 866.

Blacklock, Joseph, trustee for the Union Bank, 825.

Blackwood, W., guarantee of notes, 419.

Biagdon & Cramlington, panic in Newcastle, 29.

Blagdon, Nehemiah, guarantee of notes, 419, 418.

Blair, James, private banking, 9.

Blake, Sir Francis, Reeds, & Co., Northumberland
Bank, 162 ; stop payment, 87, 165 ; skit on, 167 ;
statement of affairs of, 167 ; publication of
official statement of, 167; creditors assent to
arrangement of , 169; announcements to creditors
of, 169 ; sale of estates of, 169 ; announcement
of sale of estates of, 169 ; winding up of, 170 ;
payment of final dividend, 170 ; Northumber-
land Bank, 163, 164, 173 ; second baronet of
Twizel, 173 ; death of, 173.

Bland, Barnett, & Hoare, 129, 257.

Bland, James, Stockton & Darlington Canal, 230.

Bland, John, sen. (Barnett & Co., London), 254.

Bland, John, jun. (Barnett & Co., London), 254.

Bland, Sir John, Kippax Park, co. York, 254.

Bland, Michael, Bucklesbury, 254.

Bland, Stamper (Barnett & Co., London), 252.

Bleckley, H., manager of the Newcastle Joint
Stock Banking Co., 319.

Blenkinsop, John, guarantee fund, 275.

Blount, Edward, director of the National Pro-
vincial Bank of England, 314.

Bogus notes, issue of, 27, 79 ; handbills published
against, 79.

Bolam, Archibald, clerk of the Newcastle Savings'
Bank, 367 ; autograph of, 358 ; arrest of, for
murder of Millie, 371 ; sentence of transporta-
tion for life 371 ; death of, 372.



Boldero & Co., lottery tickets, 243 : London Agents
for Messrs. Fenton, Scott, & Co., 265.

Boldero, Adpy, Lushington, and Boldero, 350 ;
London Agents for Davison-Bland & Co., 248.

Bolton, Mr., copper coinage, 18 ; dollars stamped
by, 74.

Bond & Son, Bankers, London, 283.

Bond & Co., agents for Lister & Co., 298, 299.

Bone, Robert, support of Durham Bank, 3U8.

Bonner and Taylor, guarantee fund, 275.

Bonner, John, guarantee fund, 275.

Bonner, Matthew, 188.

Bonner, Thomas, guarantee fund, 275.

Booth, John, guarantee fund, 275.

Booth, Rev. John, tried for clipping money, 124.

Booth, William, formation of a guarantee fund, 275.

Boultbee, Rev. H., 221

Boulton, William (Richardson & Mowbray), 353,
354, 355, 366.

Bourne, the historian, 273.

Bouyer, R. G., support of Durham Bank, 308.

Bowden, Wm., treatment of apprentices, 3.

Bower & Co., Beverley, Driffield, &c., 68, 200 ; East
Riding Bank, note issue allowed by Act, J 12.

Bower, Dewsbury, & Co., Malton, 199, 219;
panic of 1825, 199 : confidence in, 199 ; changed
to Beckett & Co., 200.

Bower, Hall, & Co., Beverley, 120.

Bower, Hutton, & Co., East Riding Bank, 199.

Bower, Hutton, & Hall, Malton, 199.

Bower, — (Bower, Dewsbury, & Co.), 199.

Bower, R. (Bower, Dewsbury, & Co.), 199, 200

Bower, R. H. (Bower, Dewsbury, & Co.), j 99, 200;
died, 200.

Bowes, Thos., support of Durham Bank, 308.

Bowie, John, 419.

Bowmaker, Henry, 419.

Bowman, John H. winding up of the Darlington
District Banking Co., 239.

Boyd, E. Fenwick, Moorhouses, 195.

Boyd, George Fenwick, Whitley, 195.

Boyd, Hugh Fenwick, barrister-at-law, 195.

Boyd, John, executed at Morpeth for forgery on
Durham Bank, 354, 855.

Boyd, Miss Juliana, authoress of " Bewick Glean-
ings, with lives of Bewick and his pupils," J95;
copy of a " Sample Note " found in the sale of
the memoranda of, 404.

Boyd, Robert, Old Bank, 174, 182; director in
District Bank, 195 ; died at sea, 195.

Boyd, Robert (Ridley, Bigge, & Co.), 248, 338.

Boyd, William, Old Bank, 69, 88. 174, 194, 195.

Boyd, William (1), married Miss Juliana Peat,
194 ; died, 194.

Boyd, William (2), Old Bank, 181, 182, 194;
history of Old Bank, 182, 186 ; account of Lough
the forger, 186 ; autograph of, 194 ; married
Esther, daughter of Robert Lock, 194 ; pre-
vention of forgery, 195 ; died, 195.

Boyd, William (3), Vicar of Ancliffe, &c., 195;
married Miss Isab. Twining, 195 ; died, 195.

Boyne, Viscount, 363, 364.

Bradberry & Lonsdale, Reeth, 136, 138.

Braithwaite, W., adoption of paper money, 76.

Bramwell, Justice, Hurworth, 136.



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Branch Bank of England, Newcastle-upon-Tyne,
119, 201, 367; petition against formation of,
202, 368 ; reply of Bank of England re petition
against, 203 ; letters to the press re, 203 ; opened,
203 ; selection of manager.-j, 204 ; substitution
of paper currency of, for that of the country
bankers, 205 ; Act compelling withdrawal of all
bank notes under £5, 205 ; accounts opened
with North-country bankers, 205 ; collection of
money from the Receivers of Inland Revenue,
206 ; removal to new premises in Grey Street,
208 ; printing of special bank notes, 208 ; issue
of notes for £80, £40, and £500 abolished, 208 ;
extension of premises, 209 ; panic, 210 ; " Clear-
ing House" re-established, 212; notes and
twenty-one day bills, account of average circula-
tion of, 214 ; hostility agamst the formation of,
95, 96, 201 ; particulars regarding, 214 ; average
circulation of branch bank notes, &c., 214 ;
amount of bank notes paid in at, chiefly by
country bankers, 215 ; amount of coin trans-
mitted to,' 215 ; amount of coin transmitted
from, to London, 215 ; average proportion of
coin to the liabilities retained at the, 215 ;
average amount of bills under discount at each
of the, 215 ; loss sustained on discounted bills
at each of the, 216 ; amount received at
each of the, for interest on bills discounted,
216 ; total expenses of the, 217 ; commissions
received at each of the, 217 ; numbers of
country bankers who act with Bank of England
notes extensively, &c., 217 ; account of country
bankers who have been supplied with or are now
receiving coin from the, 217.

Brandling, Charles, Gosforth, 188, 399 ; panic in
Newcastle, 29, 53, 394.

Brandling, C. J., Gosforth House, 168 ; failure of
Surtees, Burdon, & Co., 388.

Brandling, Charles John, M.P., founder of " the
Northumberland and Newcastle Volunteer
Cavalry," 400.

Brandling John, 385, 387, 400; debts proved
against the estate of, 71, 393 ; sale of estates of,
394; Sheriff of Newcastle, 400 ; Mayor of New-
castle, 400 ; died in Newcastle, 400.

Brandling, Rev. Ralph Henry, 400.

Brandling, Robert, " the turbulent squire," 400.

Brandling, Sir Robert, Mayor of Newcastle, 400.

Branscomb, Sir James, Sheriff of London and
Middlesex, 306.

Brewis, James, guarantee fund, 275.

Britain & Co., Thirsk, 87, 218.

British Linen Company, 8, 185.

British Museum, The, 77.

Britton, James, support of Durham Bank, 308.

Broadley, R. C. & Co., Malton, 218.

Brockett, Mr., N/c. Chamber of Commerce, 98.

Brogdon, John, guarantee of notes, 419.

Brooks, George (Masters & Co., London), 240.

Brough, Barnabas, support of Durham Bank, 308.

Browell, Jasper, panic in Newcastle, 49.

Brown, — (Lumley, Smith, & Co.), 304.

Brown, Alderman, formation of the Sunderland
Joint Stock Bank, 383, 384.

Brown, Dixon, Benton, 158.

Brown, Ed., panic in N/c, 49 ; Broomhill, 192.



Brown, Geo., panic in Newcastle, 49, 136.

Brown, Jas., Prov. Com. Union Bank, 320.

Brown, Ralph (Davison-Bland & Co.), 239 ; photo
of, 252.

Brown, Rd., panic, 29 ; guarantee of notes, 419.

Brown, Rbt., formation of Sunderland Bank, 383.

Brown, Thomas, director North of England Joint
Stock Banking Co., 331, 332 ; manager, Sunder-
land Joint Stock Bank, 384.

Brown, Tipping, M.D., inscription upon Sunder-
land Bridge, 399.

Brown, W., guarantee of notes, 419 ; panic in
Newcastle, 49 ; Prov. Com. of Union Bank, 320,
322 ; director of No. Eastern Banking Co., 329.

Brumell, Geo., panic in Newcastle, 49.

Brumell, Mr., arrangements respecting creditors
of Northumberland Bank, 169.

Brunton & Raffield, guarantee fund, 275.

Brunton, Jane, guarantee fund, 275.

Brunton Thomas, panic of 1803, 275.

Budle, William, panic of 1803, 275.

Bullock, Benjamin, Morpeth, 218 ', retired, 218.

Bullock, Thomas, guarantee of notes, 419.

Bulman, Job (Davison-Bland & Co.), 239, 248, 249,
261 ; retired, 239 ; erected Coxlodge Hall, 262 ;
died, 262 ; photo of, 261.

Bulman, Job James, 262.

Bulman John, 372.

Bulman, Thomas Wm. (Davison-Bland & Co.),
239, 261, 262 ; retired, 239 ; married Miss Cook-
son, 262 ; died, 262 ; photo of, 261.

" Bulman Village," Gosforth, 262.

Bulmer & Co., R., guarantee Fund, Newcastle, 52.

Bulmer, George, formation of the Yorkshire Dis-
trict Bank, 416.

Bulmer, Jos., bankruptcy of Surtees & Co., 390, 391.

Bulmer, P. J., Tyne Iron Co., dissolution of part-
nership, 389, 391.

Burdett-Coutts, Baroness, 176.

Burdis, George, director North of England Joint
Stock Banking Co., 321, 332.

Burdon, Forster, & Co., 268, 269.

Burdon, Geo., panic in Newcastle, 49.

Burdon, John (Forster, Burrell, & Co.), 266, 268,
273 ; purchased the Manor of Hardwick, 273.

Burdon, Sir J., form, of the N/c. Savings' Bank, 366.

Burdon, Rowland, of Newcastle and Castle Eden,
27, 48, 272, 385 ; robbed while bringing specie
from London, 386 ; winding up of Messrs.
Surtees, Burdon, & Co., 389 ; bankruptcy of, 71,
390, 391 ; debts proved against the estate of, 393 ;
sale of estates of, 394, 400 ; married first the
daughter of Chas, Brandling, 399 ; married
secondly the daughter of General Matthews,
399 ; M.P. for Durham, 399 ; Mayor of Stockton,
399 ; erection of an iron bridge across the river
Wear, 399 ; formation of a committee to present
back the estates of, 400 ; death, 400.

Burdon, Thomas, South Shields, 273.

Burdon, Thomas, formation of the Newcastle
Savings' Bank, 366.

Burdon, Sir Thomas, Jesmond, 162.

Burdon-Sanderson, founding of family of, 161.

Burdis, Rich., panic in Newcastle, 29.

Burgess & Co.'s " circular to bankers," 95, 96,
97, 100.



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Burgess, Mr., •' circular to bankers," 118.

Burgess, Henry, 108.

Burke, Smith, support of Durham Bank, 308.

Burlison, John, support of Durham Bank, 308

Burn, Thomas, guarantee fund, 275.

Burn, William, guarantee fund, 275.

Burnett, G., N/c. Chamber of Commerce, 98, 202.

Burnett, W., guarantee of notes, 419.

Burnip, John, prov. dir. of the Industrial Bank, 295.

Burnip, Cuthbert, Newcastle, 262.

Burrell, George, 419.

Burrell, John, guarantee fund, 275.

Burrell, Palfrey George (Forster, Burrell, & Co.),
266, 267, 270.

Burrell, Robert, support of Durham Bank, 308.

Burrell, \Vm., Broome Park, 158.

Burrell, Charles J., director of the Swaledale and
Wensleydale Banking Co., 402.

Busby, Mr., executed for killing his father-in-law
(Daniel Auty), 124.

Busby, Threlkeld, guarantee fund, 275.

Butler, Justice, Harris v Commercial Bank, 260.

Butler, Robert, 419.

Butterwick, Matthew, registrar, North Riding of
York, 352.

Byers, Joseph, Stockton branch, Darlington Dis-
trict Banking Co., 238.

Byers, Nicholas, Ketton, 141.

Byers, Thomas, support of Durham Bank, 308.

Byne, Rev. Henry, Ponteland, 188.

Cairns, Robeet, guarantee fund, 275.

Callender, Michael and W. R., panic in N/c, 49.

Calvert, Robert, Northallerton, 136.

" Camp Field," Whitley, The, 63.

Campbell and Coutts, Messrs., 10, 23, 175.

Campbell, E. H., Newcastle Chamber of Com-
merce, 98, 201, 202 ; formation of the Newcastle
Savings Bank, 366.

Campbell, John, 175.

Campbell, Lord, '• Crossing" of cheques, 116.

Campbell, Sir Robert, Director of the National
Provincial Bank, 314.

Campion, Margaret and Robert, Whitby, 219 ;
failed, 219,

Campion, Messrs., 46, 228, 365.

Campion, R. & J., bankers, Whitby, 264, 287, 305,
345 ; failure of, 361, 402.

Campion, John, 219, 220 ; Abolition of Slavery, 219;
entered the Established Church, 221 ; ordained,
221 ; presented with the living of St. James's,
Doncaster, 221 ; account of the death of, 221.

Campion, Margaret, 219 ; retired, 219.

Campion, Robert, 219, 220 ; Abolition of Slavery,
219 ; spinning manufactory, 219 ; Lord of the
Manor of Easby, 220 ; erected a monument in
memory of Captain Cook, 220 ; married Miss
Smales of Whitby, 220 ; died, 221.

Campion, William, 219.

Cargill, W. W., M.P., Berwick, 303.

Carlisle, Earl of, support of Newcastle Banks, 53.

Carlisle, Matthew, guarantee of notes, 419.

Carlisle, Nicholas, " A History of the Ancient
Family of Bland," 254.

Carr & Jobling, solicitors to the North of England
Joint Stock Banking Co., 331, 332.



Carr, Clara, 419.

Carr, Geo., Agent of the Newcastle Branch Bank
of England, 204, 206, 207 ; death of, 207.

Carr, George, jun., appointed a Director of the
Newcastle Savings' Bank, 207.

Carr, Isabella, 419.

Carr, Jas., 331.

Carr, John, Dunston, 164, 181, 239.

Carr, John, Dunston Hill, 188, 191 ; Director
North of England Joint Stock Banking Co., 331 ;
affairs of ]Messrs. Surtees, Burdon, & Co., 390.

Carr, John T., Prov. Com. of the Newcastle,
Shields, and Sunderland Union Bank, 320.

Carr, Ralph, Newcastle, 10, 23, 174, 177, 181, 184 ;
money raised for the troops at Newcastle, 23 ;
retirement from Old Bank, 34, 178 ; account of
formation of Old Bank, 177 ; reasons for retiring
from Old Bank, 170 ; married Isabella, daughter
of Rev. Henry Byne, 188 ; died, 188 ; coat of
arms of, 188 ; portrait of, front.

Carr, Thos., sale of estates of Messrs. Reeds & Co.,
169.

Carter, Mr. B., Com. of Sec, Bank Charter, 109.

Castell, Whately, & Powell, London, 179, 180, 189.

Castle, Samuel, support of Durham Bank, 308, 310.

Cattell & Barber, issue of the " York shilling," 73.

Cavendish, Mr., Com. of Sec, Bank Charter, 109.

Cay, Christopher, guarantee fund, 275.

Cayley, George, Director North Eastern Co., 329.

Challoner, Edward, counterfeit coinage, 40.

Challoner, John, counterfeit coinage, 40.

Challoner, Jno. F., Surtees's, Burdon, & Co., 387.

Chambers, Richard (Davison-Bland, & Co ), 129,
239, 240, 241, 242. 246, 248, 259 ; retired, 239,
249 ; lottery tickets, 242, 243 ; autograph of, 244 ;
conveyance of treasure, 245 ; annual statement
of accounts, letter from re, 246 ; condition of
the bank, 246 ; panic in Newcastle, 247 ; became
bankrupt, 249 ; entered into partnership with
Messrs. Hall and Heron, 259 ; partner with Mr.
David Landell in the hardware trade, 259 ;
appointed Sheriff of Newcastle, 259 ; created
an alderman, 259 ; partnership with Messrs.
Davison-Bland, & Co. dissolved, 259 ; died, 259.

Chambers, Robert, Newcastle, 259, 260.

Chambers, Sir Robert, Chief Judge of Calcutta,
241, 260 ; married the beautiful Miss Wilton,
260 ; Lord Eldon and the story of the snails, 260.

Chambers, William, 260.

Chancellor of the Exchequer, 95, 96, 97 ; extract
from the speech of the, 300.

Chapman, John & Robert, panic in Newcastle, 49.

Chapman & Co., Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 77, 102,
205, 221, 222,336,365; run upon, 223; issue
of notes, 223 ; division of profits, 224 ; converted
to Newcastle, Shields, & Sunderland Union
Bank, 218, 224, 274, 285, 320, 321, 322, 406.

Chapman, Abel, Newcastle, Union Bank, 321 ;
appointed assistant manager, 322.

Chapman, Abel, Whitby (Simpson, Chapman, &
Co.), 373, 374, 375, 376; autograph of, 373;
death of, 376 ; photo of, 375.

Chapman, Edw. (Chapman & Co.), 122.

Chapman, Edward (Chapman & Co.), 221, 222, 225 ;
accoimt of death of, 224, 225.



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Chapman, Edward, shareholder Newcastle Union
Joint Stock Bank, 320.

Chapman, Edward Henry, director of the Bank of
England, 877.

Chapman, Edward W., 321.

Chapman, Frederick, 221, 224 ; retired, 224.

Chapman, Jane, Whitby, 186.

Chapman, John, 373, 375, 376 ; died, 376.

Chapman, John, Sunderland bridge lottery, 391.

Chapman, John Mellor (Chapman & Co.), 221,
224 ; manager of the Newcastle Union Joint
Stock Bank, 321, 822.

Chapman, Robert, North Shields, 225.

Chapman, Sarah, Whitby, 225.

Chapman, Solomon, Sunderland, 136, 275.

Chapman, Thomas, shareholder Newcastle Union
Joint Stock Bank, 321.

Chapman, William (Chapman & Co.), 129, 221,
222, 225 ; general director Union Bank, 320,
321, 323, 325 ; flight of, 323, 419.

Chapman family, account of, 225.

Charles I., seizure of cash in the Mint, 2.

Charleton, Cornelius, panic in Newcastle, 29.

Charnley, Emmerson, formation of the Newcastle
Savings' Bank, 866.

Charnley, William, letter from, re stoppage of
banks ; letter from Mr. Hanson to, 84.

Chater, J., liquidation of debts, 166.

Chatto, Alex., panic in Newcastle, 49.

Chaytor, Prankland, & Co., Sunderland, 87.

Chaytor, Sir Wm., Frankland, & Co., 102.

Chaytor, Sir William, & Co., Sunderland, 102,
225, 274 ; business commenced, 222 ; opening
of a branch at Hartlepool, 226 ; issue of notes,
226 ; note issue abandoned, 226 ; business pur-
chased by Union Bank, 226, 321.

Chaytor, Henry, re Chaytor & Co.'s Bank, 226 ;
purchase of Witton Castle estate, 227.

Chaytor, Matthew Hutton, 227 ; (Frankland, John
and James), 129, 278, 274; Union Bank,
Sunderland Branch, 822 ; resignation of, 822.

Chaytor, Wm., Stockton and Darlington Canal,
280 ; suspension of the Union Bank, 323.

Chaytor, Sir William (Chaytor & Co.), 225, 226,
273 ; death of, 227.

Cheques, 4.

Child, Sir Francis, formation of Bank of Eng-
land, 4.

Child, Richard, formation of Darlington Bank, 238.

Chipchase, Thomas (Mills, Robinson, & Co.), 307,
310 ; dissolution of partnership, 810.

Chrisp, John, guarantee fund, 275.

Christmas Carol, 167.

Christopher & Jennett, Stockton, trade tokens, 78.

Circular to Bankers, The, appointment of directors
Newcastle Branch Bank of England, 204.

Circulation of bad silver, 30.

Circulation of foreign coins, 74.

City merchants support Bank, 67.

Clapham, A., Newcastle Chamber of Commerce,
98, 136, 201, 202 ; director North of England
Joint Stock Banking Co., 331, 382.

Clapham, John, director of the Yorkshire Bank-
ing Co., 214.

Clark, Richardson, & Co., Whitby, 33, 57 ; transfer
of, to York City & County Bank, 113 ; 219, 353.



Clark, Richard, 419.

Clark, Wm., Benton House, 158.

Clarke, Richardson, & Hodgson, Whitby, founded,

227, 284; passed to York City & County

Bank, 228.
Clarke, Geo. & Co., Boston, 219.
Clarke, Jas., panic in Newcastle, 29,
Clarke, John Graham, panic in Newcastle, 49, 50,

51 ; failure of Surtees, Burdon, & Co., 358.
Clarke, Mr., formation of the Newcastle Savings'

Bank, 366 ; Stockton, winding up of the Com-
mercial Bank, Stokesley, 378.
Clarke, W., bankruptcy of IMessrs. Surtees, Bur-
don, & Co., 390.
Clarkson's " History of Richmond," 291, 294, 297.
Clavering, C. J. Riddlehamhope, 158.
Clay, John, trustee of Blake, Reeds, & Co., 170;

formation of the Sunderland Bank, 384.
Clayton, John, 326.
Clayton, Nathaniel, Chesters, 158; failure of

Surtees, Burdon, & Co., 388 ; counterfeit coinage,

43; panic in Newcastle, 49, 50, 51 ; formation of

the Newcastle Savings' Bank, 866.
Clayton, Ralph (Masters & Co., London), 240 ;

conveyance of specie, 241.
Clayton, Richard, Woods & Co., 407 ; photo, of 406.
Clayton, Robt., panic in Newcastle, 49.
Clayton, Robt., Mayor of Newcastle, 366.
Clayton, Mr. Sergeant, support of Newcastle

banks, 53.
"Clearing House" re-established, 212.
Cleghorn, John, auditor of the North Eastern

Banking Co., 329.
Clements, Royds, & Co., Rochdale, 213.
Clement, John, Darlington, 28, 136; founded

229 j circulation of Portugal gold, 229 ;

formation of the Stockton and Darlington

Canal, 230.
Clennell, Percival, panic in Newcastle, 29.
Clerk of the Assize to the Officials of Morpeth

Goal, Order of the, 355.
Cleugh, Robert, 419.
Cleugh, Wm., counterfeit coinage, 40.
Clifford, Sir T., proposal to close the Exchequer, 2.
Clint, E., sale of estates of Messrs. Blake, Reeds,

& Co., 169.
Clipping, 128.
Close, John (Hammond, Hirst, & Close), 280, 281 ;

registration of deeds, &c., 852.
Clydesdale, Bank, The, Greenock, 329.
Coats, Peter, 419.

Cobbett's " Weekly Political Register," 222,
Cobden, George (Messrs. Cobden & Co.), 299.
Cockerill, Jon., 418.

Coinage of silver tokens. Bank of England, 19.
Coined money, early use of, 11.
Colbeck, Harrison, Prov. Com. of the Newcastle,

Shields, and Sunderland Union Bank, 820.
Colborne, Benjamin, Bath, 193.
Coleman, Turquand, Young, & Co., London, 348.
Coleman, J. E., affairs of the District Bank, 343,

845 ; report of, 844.
Collector of Excise and notes of new bank, 25.
Colling, Thos., guarantee fund, 275.
Colling, John, Heighington, 141.
Colling, Robert, Barmpton, 140.



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Colling, Wm., Heighington, 141.

Collingwood, Hy., 29 ; support of banks, 63.

Collingwood, Thomas, guarantee fund, 275.

Collins, Chas. J., Skurrington, 136.

Collinson, Rev. J., formation of the Newcastle
Savings' Bank, 366.

Commencement of new banks, 33.

Commerce, revival of, 46.

" Commercial Bank," the, 33, 57, 208, 242, 247,
266, 267, 268, 272, 336; winding up of, 60;
failure of, 116 ; founded 1784, suspension of
payment, 48, 268 ; appointment of a committee
of investigation, 268 ; discontinued, 248, 268,
386 ; report of committee of investigation, 269 ;
Stockton, 379, 380 ; Stokesley, 378 ; bankruptcy
of, 69.

Committee of Bankers, The, 268.

Company of Butchers, Newcastle, meeting pro-
testing against counterfeit money, 40.

Compton, Lady, 283.

Congreve, Sir William, forgery of bank notes, 68 ;
forgeries on Bank of England, 80.

Consett Iron Co., The, 343, 347.

Consett, Warcop, 289, 350.

Consett, William Warcop Peter, Yorkshire, 353.

Conway, Sir William, dir., Nat. Prov. Bank, 314.

Conyers, Sir B., 242.

Cook, Captain, erection of a monument in memory
of, 220 ; the "Free Love," 377.



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