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Ormston, Mary, Newcastle, 136.

Ormston, Robert (Baker, Shafto, & Co.), 159 ;
death of, 159 ; death of Catherine, wife of, 159.

Ormston, Robert, Healey Hall, 159 ; death of, 159.

Ormston, R., N/c. Chamber of Commerce, 98, 201.

Ormston, R., jun., N/c. Cham, of Com., 98, 202.

Orr, David, 49.

Orton & Beckwith, 275.

Osborne, General, 63.

Osborne, R., landed estates of bankers liable for
their trade debts, 351.

Ostle, John, 419.

Other, Christopher (Hutton, Other, & Co.), 291,
292, 293 ; chairman of the Swaledale and Wens-
leydale Banking Co., 293 ; director of the Swale-
dale and Wensleydale Banking Co., 401, 402.

Other, Christopher, jun., manager of the Swaledale
and Wensleydale Bkg. Co., 402 ; died at Nice, 402.

Other, Thomas (Hutton, Other, & Co.), 291, 292 ;
captain in the " Loyal Dale Volunteers," 293.

Ouseburn Engine Works, The, and the Industrial
Bank, Limited, Newcastle, 295, 296.

Ovenden, Edwin, 326, 327.

Overend, Gurney, & Co., 349.

Overend, John, clerk with Messrs. Joseph Smith
& Co., London, 349.

Ovington & Co., 275.

Oyston & Dunn, Durham, 136, 138 ; acting as
note agents for Backhouse & Co., 263.

Oyston, John, Prov. Com. Union Bank, 320,

Oxley, W., 419.

Page, James, Elsdon, 141.

Paley, William, 273.

Palgrave's " Notes on Banking," 59.

Palmer, Eleanor, 275.

Palmer, J., 208.

Panic in London, 28, 48, 181.

Panic in Newcastle, 1772 ; guarantee fund, 29.

Panic in Newcastle, 1793 ; all the banks suspend
payment, 48, 386 ; guarantee fund started, 49 ;
loyalty of South Shields, 52; appointment
of conmiittee, 50 ; their report, 50 ; excitement



at Durham, meetings held, 52 ; confidence re-
stored and banks opened, 53 ; meeting at
Wooler in support of local banks, 53.

Panic of 1793 said to have originated in Newcastle,
54 ; proved not to have originated in Newcastle,
54 ; copy of a circular issued during, in support
of Durham Bank, 308.

Panic in N/c, 1797, banks suspend payment, 64.

Panic in Newcastle, 1803, issue of hand-bill, 69 ;
issue of a declaration, 69 ; run on N/c. banks,
69 ; northern b^,nks stop payment, 139 ; meet-
ings held in support of local banks, 139 ; forma-
tion of a guarantee fund, 69, 275 ; copy of
original signatures, 70, 71.

Panic in Newcastle, 1815, run on banks, 77 ; meet-
ing of landowners in Newcastle, 77 ; banks to be
supported, 77 ; merchants and tradesmen sup-
port banks, 77 ; Backhouse & Co., Darlington,
talked about, 78 ; confidence in Messrs Back-
house & Co., 78.

Panic in Newcastle, 1816, notes guaran ted, 78.

Panic of 1825, 91.

Panic of 1847, felt in Darlington, 149.

Panic in Newcastle, 1857, 210.

Panton H., formation of the Sunderland Joint
Stock Bank, 384.

Panton, Stormont, 412.

Paper money, issue of by tradesmen, 76.

Park, Richard, form, of Darlington Bank, 237.

Parke, Baron, trial of Bolam for the Savings'
Bank murder, 371.

Parker, Edward, 308.

Parker, G., 49.

Parker, Hill, 384.

Parker, Samuel, Newcastle, Union Bank, 322, 324;
winding up of the Union Bank, 324 ; Woods,
Parker, & Co., 406 ; photo of, 408.

Parker, S. W., N/c. Chamber of Com., 201, 202.

Parkinson, Jane, Darlington, 136.

Parnell, Sir H., Committee of Secrecy Bank of
England Charter, 108 ; formation of the National
Provincial Bank of England, 313.

Partis, Wm., Counterfeit coinage, 40.

Patrick, John, support of Durham Bank, 308.

Partridge, Hugh, 22 ; arrested for coining at New-
castle, 121 ; death of, 122.

Pass books, introduction of, 4.

Paterson, William, 3.

Patterson, W., 419.

Paulin, Wm., trustee of Blake, Reeds, & Co., 170.

Paxton, Joseph, authority to sign notes, 29.

Paxton, Peter, 49.

Peacock, Rev. William, support of N. R. Bank, 351.

Peareth, William, 29 ; affairs of Messrs. Cooke,
Robinson, & Co., 231 ; panic, 275.

Pears, William, director of the London and
Northern Joint Stock Bank, Ltd. , Newcastle, 300.

Pearson, Henry, promotion of the Yorkshire Agri-
cultural Bank, 412.

Pearson, Joseph, Burdon, 141.

Pearson, Mr. (Mills, Robinson, & Co.), 307, 309 ;
winding up of Surtees, Burdon, & Co., 390.

Pearson, Robert, 49.

Pearson, Thomas, 33. 49, 57.

Pearson, William, 419.

Peart, J., 419.



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Pease & Co., Whitby and Malton, 33, 46, 57, 219,

228, 345.
Pease & Harrison, Hull and Beverley, 136, 228, 345.
Pease & Richardson, 219, 228, 345.
Pease, Dunn, & Co., Malton, 199, 219, 345.
Pease, E., & Co., 380.
Pease, Edward & Joseph, 346.
Pease, Henry, & Co., 346.
Pease, Henry, & Co.'s, successors, 346.
Pease, J. & J. W., Darlington, 346, 347.
Pease, John & John Beaumont, 346.
Pease family, relationship of the members of the,

who have been partners in the bank, 348.
Pease, Alfred E. (J. & J. W. Pease), 346, 347 ; photo

of, 346.
Pease, Arthur (J. & J. W. Pease), 346, 347; photo

of, 346.
Pease, Charles (J. & J. W. Pease), 346, 347.
Pease, Edward, Stockton and Darlington Canal,

280 ; J. & J. W. Pease, 346, 347, 349 ; checks run

upon the Dar. branch of Messrs. Skinner, 380.
Pease, Edward, jun., Darlington, 136.
Pease, Gurney (J. & J. W. Pease), 346, 347.
Pease, Howard (Hodgkin, Barnett, Pease, and

Spence), 284, 286; photo of, 284.
Pease, John, Stockton and Darlington Canal, 230.
Pease, John, Whitby, 346.
Pease, John Beaumont, Darlington, 285.
Pease, Jos., Stockton and Darlington Canal, 230.
Pease, Joseph (J. & J. W. Pease), 346, 347 ; trea-
surer to Great North of England Railway, 346

banker to the Consett Iron Co., 347 ; death of

347 ; M.P. for Durham, 347.
Pease, Joseph A. (J. & J. W. Pease), 346, 347

photo of, 346.
Pease, J. R. (Bower, Dewsbury, & Co.), 199, 200

retired, 200 ; died, 200.
Pease, John William (Hodgkin, Barnett, & Co.),

284, 285, 286 ; photo of, 284.
Pease, Sir Joseph W., Bart., 346, 347; photo

of, 346.
Pease, Thos., Stockton and Darlington Canal, 230.
Pease's Pack, 60.
Peat, Robert, Newcastle, 194.
Pedigree showing the connection between the

early partners in Davison-Bland & Co., 255.
Peebles, Thos., arrested for coining at Berwick, 121.
Peel, P. W., sub-agent N/c. Branch Bk. of E., 213.
Peel, Hugh, convicted of passing a scale-de-cross

note, 44.
Peel, Sir R., Committee of Secrecy, Bank of Eng-
land Charter, 108 ; Banking Act, 325.
Peirse, Consett, Topham, & Walton, Northallerton,

founded, 46, 57, 60, 65, 280, 281, 289, 350 ; the

opening of, 350.
Peirse, Henry, M.P. for Northallerton, 352 ;

died, 353 ; purchase of the manor of Hutton-

Bonville, 281, 353.
Peirse, John, Bedale, 352.
Peirse, Miss Mary Ann, 281.
Peirse, Richard Wm., North Riding Bank, 350,

353 ; election of registrar of the North Riding

of York, 352 ; appointed deputy-registrar, 352 ;

registrar, 352.
Peirse, R. W. C, election of registrar of the

North Riding of York, 352 ; died, 352.



Peirse, Thomas, Stockton and Dar. Canal, 230.

Peirson, Messrs., bankers, Whitby, 273.

Peirson, George, Whitby, 360, 361 ; died, 361.

Peirson, James, Whitby, 360.

Peirson, John, Whitby, 361.

Peirson, Robert, London, 360.

Peirson, Thomas, Whitby, 360 ', died, 360.

Peirson, William, Whitby, 361.

Pellatt, Apsley, " crossing " of cheques, 116.

Pemberton, Richard, 275.

Pemberton, Stephen, 49, 50, 51, 275.

Penal code, revision of, 86.

Pennington, Lewis, .308.

Pennyman, J. S., dir.. No. E. Banking Co., 329.

Penson, Richard Kyrke, 299.

Pepys & Hollingsworth, 129.

Perkins, Fairman, & Heath, London, 279.

Philipson, Ralph P., director, Northumberland &

Durham District Bank, .336, 337.
Phillips, Sir G., Committee of Secrecy, Bank of

England Charter, 108
Pickering & Pish, 49.

Piper, H., appointed actuary to Savings' Bank, 372.
Pitt and the Bank of England, 1795-96, 68, 66, 96.
Place, Thomas (Hutchinson & Co.), 287, 288, 289 ;

bankruptcy of, 287 ; sale of the estate of, 288 ;

dispute regarding reported destruction of the

books of Hutchinson & Co., 288.
Plows, Nathaniel, cashier. Backhouse & Co., 359.
Plummer, B., 98.

Pluramer, M., N/c. Chamber of Com , 98, 202.
Plummer, R., N/c. Chamber of Commerce, 202.
Pole, Sir Peter, & Co., 197 ; suspend payment,

92, 197, 287, 294.
Pollard, Jos., 49.

Pontefract, octagonal shilling of, 17.
Portland, Duke of, 53.
Portugal gold, circulation of, 229.
Postage of Notes, official instructions, 44.
Potts, J., Newcastle Chamber of Commerce, 98;

269 ; formation of Savings' Bank, 366.
Potter, John, agent for Davison-Bland & Co., 248.
Potts, Ra., counterfeit coinage, 40.
Potts, Ra., jun., counterfeit coinage, 40.
Potts, Robert, counterfeit coinage, 40.
Potts, Thomas, counterfeit coinage, 40.
Potts, Wm. , treasurer of the N/c. Savings' Bank, 867.
Pow, Robert, Prov., Com. Union Bank, 320 ;

suspension of bank, 323, 325 ; winding up, 325 ;

Woods, Parker, & Co., 406 ; photograph of, 408.
Prescott, Grote, Culverden, and John Hollings-
worth, 129.
Prescott, Grote, & Co., London, 129, 210, 240, 248.
Prescott, George, Darlington, 361.
Price, Hilton, collection of bank notes, 77.
Price, Jos , N/c. Chamber of Commerce, 98, 202.
Price, Mr., " Handbook of London Bankers," 195,

361.
Price, Thomas, director of the York City and

County Banking Co., 409.
Priestman, C, Richmond Bank, 296.
Priestman, Hy., Scarborough, 136.
Priestman, Henry C. (Sir John Lawson & Co.),

296, 297.
Priestman, Jonathan, 281, 282, 843.
Priestman, J., jun., 343.



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Priestman, William (Sir John Lawson & Co.), 296,

297 ; death of, 297.
Principal merchants, Newcastle, meeting of, 39.
Pringle, H., 419.
Pringle, Harrop, 419.
Pringle, Matt., sheriff, 49.

Pringle William, support of Durham Bank, 308.
Prior, William, assay master, 23.
Private estates of bankers liable for trade debts, 60.
Proctor & Spence, 419.
Proctor, Joseph, Yarm, 136.
Procter, Joseph, No. Shields, 224.
Promissory notes, tax on, 34 ; in circulation in

Nor. and Durham, 1841-1847, return of, 112.
Proposal for a Joint Stock Bank in Newcastle,

to be called the Lambton Banking Co., 250.
Prosecution of coiners, reward offered for, 37.
Prosperity of the year 1824, 91.
Proud, Nicholas, support of Durham Bank, 308.
Public confidence further strengthened, 29.
Public holidays 1811-1816, list of, 72.
Pugh, Mr., chief clerk to the V. -Chancellor, 344.
Pulleine, Henry, election registrar, 352.
Pulman, R., 289.

Purcell, J. G., controller of stamps, 76.
Purvis, Mary, 418.
Pybus, James (Davison-Bland & Co.), 239, 240,

248 ; retired, 239.
Pybus, Mr., winding-up Surtees, Burden, & Co.,

390.
Pye, Mrs. Elizabeth, lottery tickets, 242.
Pye, Lieut. W. B., lottery tickets, 242.

Radford, James, Prov. Com. Union Bank, 320.

Radfield, George, 275.

" Rag " money, 92.

Raikes & Co., Malton, 129, 361-

Raikes & Curries, Malton, 361.

Ramsay, Colonel, 419.

Ramsay, Thos., 419.

Ramshaw, Mr., agent Durhsun branch, 322, 323.

Ramshaw, N., 419.

Rand, William, director of the Yorkshire District
Bank, 416.

Rankin, Horn, & Walton, 275.

Rankin, Robert, " Commercial Bank," 60, 64 ;
failure of Surtees, Burdon, & Co., 388.

Rankin, Robert (Forster, Burrell, & Co.), 266, 267,
271 ; died, 272.

Rankin, Robt., & Son, merchants, Newcastle, 272.

Ranson, Lambert, & Co., 83.

Ranson, Thomas, autograph of, 85.

Ranson, Thomas F., forgery of bank notes, 83.

Raper, Swann, & Co., Thirsk, 219, 361 ; Discon-
tinuation of, 361.

Raper, Swann, Clough, Swann, Bland, & Raper,
362 ; suspended payment, 362 ; transferred to
Messrs. Beckett & Co., Beverley, 382.

Ravensworth, Lord, exchange of light gold with
his tenants, 31 ; -depositor at Old Bank, 178.

Rawlin, John, Burdon, 141.

Rayne, Robert, 49.

Reay, H. Utrick, 49, 50, 51 ; support of Durham
Bank, 308, 309.

Reay, John Y., 419.

Reay, Joseph, 29.



Reay, Robert, 275 ; formation of the Newcastle

Savings' Bank, 366, 369.
Reay, Thomas, 419.

Redhead, W., N/c. Chamber of Com., 98, 201, 202.
Redpath, Dorothy, 418.
Reed, Batson, & Co., 77 ; confidence in, 164 ;

notes of, 164.
Reed & Co., acceptance of notes of, 181.
Reed, Batson, & Co., became bankrupt, 249, 353|

367, 164, 311 ; dissolved, 164.
Reed, Archibald, Northumberland Bank, 163, 164,

171 ; attacked by a mob, 165 ; abandonment of

Bill against Queen Caroline, 165 ; Sheriff of

Newcastle, 172; Alderman of Newcastle, 172 ;

Mayor of Newcastle, 172 ; visit of Duke of

Wellington to Newcastle, 172 ; salary of Mayor,

172 ; presentation by burgesses, 172 ; death, 173.
Reed, A., formation of Savings' Bank, 366.
Reed, Christopher, Chipchase, 171 ; married Miss

Blake, 171.
Reed, Hannah, 419.
Reed, John, 171 ; purchased Chipchase Castle.

171 ; High Sheriff of Northumberland, 171 ;

married Miss Aynsley, 171 ; death of, 171.
Reed, John (Colonel), Northumberland Bank, 163,

164, 172 ; died, 172.
Reed, Matthew, 29.
Reed, Ralph, Sheriff of Newcastle, 171 ; Mayor,

171 ; death of, 171.
Reed, Robert, 419.
Reed, Thomas, 137, 275.

Reed, Wm., Northumberland Bank, 163, 164, 173.
Reeve, John, Stockton, 186.
Reid, Susannah, 419.
Remington & Co., London, 129.
Remington, James G., dir. Nat. Prov. Bank, 314.
Renner, John, 275.
Rennison & Spencer, 419.

Rennison, John, prov. com. Union Bank, 320, 325.
Richardby, Thos., support of Durham Bank, 308.
Richards, Chief Baron, on Bank of England

forgeries, 81.
Richardson &Co., Malton and Whitby, 228, 345.
Richardson & Holt, Whitby, 353. 382.
Richardson, Holt, & Co., absorbed by York City

& County Bank, 228, 284 ; account of closing of,

229.
Richardson & Mowbray, Darlington, 33, 57, 60,

353| 354, 372 ; suspen. of cash payments, 354.
Richardson & Richardson, London, 409.
Richardson, Thos. & Richard, 353.
Richardson, Christopher, 228, died, 229.
Richardson, George, Newcastle, 171 ; formation of

the Newcastle Savings' Bank, 366.
Richardson, Henry, Ayton, 136, 138.
Richardson, James, 419.

Richardson, Jonathan (Backhouse & Co.), New-
castle, 145, 147 ; Newcastle District Bank, 210 ;

general manager District Bank, Newcastle, 336 ;

guarantee of Consett Works, 343 ; withdrawal

from directorate of District Bank, 343 ; failure

of the District Bank, 343.
Richardson, Richard, Mowbray, Hollingsworth,

& Co., 129 ; Stockton & Darlington Canal, 230 ;

(Richardson & Mowbray), 353, 354, 308.
Richardson, R., jun. (Richardson & Mowbray), 353.

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Eichardson, Sarah, 419.

Richardson, S. T., Darlington, 142.

Richardson, Samuel T., how Jon. Backhouse
balanced the cash, 148.

Richardson, T., Aycliffe Hill House, 141.

Richardson, Thomas, 304 ; account of the career
of, 347.

Richardson, William, 49.

Richardson, W., 419.

Richmond and Swaledale Bank, the, 291, 296, 297 ;
guinea note of, 292.

Richmond, William, Sadberge, 141.

Rickford, Mr., M.P., charter of Bank of England,
109.

Riddell, George, failure of Surtees, Burdon, & Co.,
388 ; Sunderland Bridge Lottery, 391.

Riddell, Thomas, 29.

Riddell, Sir T., 53.

Ridley and Naggs, 276.

Ridley, Bell, & Co., Sir M. W., 181.

Ridley, Bigge, & Co., amalgamation with District
Bank, 337, 338.

Ridley, Cookson, & Co., 49, 57, 65, 181.

Ridley, Widdrington, & Co., 64.

Ridley, George, M.P., 342.

Ridley, John, jun., 275.

Ridley, Mr., appointed assistant clerk Newcastle
Savings' Bank, 370.

Ridley, Matthew, 29 ; Heaton Hall, 272.

Ridley, Sir M. W. & Co., Newcastle-upon-Tyne,
24, 103, 116, 205, 242, 287, 322, 362, 407;
panic, 69, 77 ; satisfaction of stability of, 78 ;
" District Bank," failure of, 116; acceptance of
notes of, 164, 173 ; panic in Newcastle, con-
fidence in, 247 ; suspension of payment, 247 ;
re-opening of, 248 ; scarcity of gold, 248 ; meet-
ings in support of local banks, 249.

Ridley, M. W., formation of the Newcastle Savings'
Bank, 366.

Ridley, Sir M. W., M.P., circulation of Scottish
notes in England, 101 ; Com. of Secrecy, Bank
of England Charter, 108 ; (1) Old Bank, 174, 180,
181 ; (1) 181, 192 ; M.P. for Morpeth, 192 ; thrice
Mayor of Newcastle, 192 ; M.P. for Newcastle
in 8 Parliaments, 192 , died, 193 ; (2) Old Bank,
174; (2) 182, 193; M.P. for Newcastle, 193;
married, 193 ; died, 193 ; (3) Old Bank, 174, 182,
193 ; died, 193 ; 338 ; trustee of the Sunderland
Bridge Lottery, 392 ; 393.

Ridley, Nich., 53.

Ridley, Ralph, run upon Backhouse & Co.,
Durham, 146.

Ridley, Richard, Heaton Hall, 188.

Ridsdale, J. H., formation of the Yorkshire Dis-
trict Bank, 416.

Riot in Sunderland, 73.

Rippon, Cuthbert, run upon Backhouse & Co., 146.

Rippon, Cuthbert, support of Durham Bank, 308.

Robarts, Curtis, & Co., London, 219.

Roberts, Mr., Com. of Secrecy, Charter, 108.

Roberts, R., manager of the Swaledale & Wensley-
dale Bank, Richmond, 402.

Roberts, Samuel, coinage of base money, 80.

Robertson, John, issue of coins, 19, 73.

Robertson, W., 419.

Robinson, " Life of Bewick," 68.



Robinson, — 230.

Robinson, George, 275 ; support of Durham Bank,

308 ; director of the Alliance Bank, 299.
Robinson, G. R., dir. of the Nat. Prov. Bank, 314.
Robinson, John, panic in Newcastle, 49 ; Sir John

Lawson & Co., 296, 297; Prov. Com. Union

Bank, 320.
Robinson, Marshall, 289.
Robinson, Mr. (Mills, Robinson, & Co.), 307.
Robinson, Robert, director, Northumberland &

Durham District Bank, 336.
Robinson, Thomas, 49.

Robinson, William, support of Durham Bank, 308.
Robson, Haigh, Coatham House, 141.
Robson, H. J., manager. Northern Counties Bank,

Newcastle, 328.
Robson, John (Hutton, Other, & Co.), 291, 292,

293, 419 ; manager of the Leyburn Bank, 293,

294 ; death of, 294.
Robson, Mr., Wideopen, 262.
Robson, Ralph P., 275.
Robson, Thomas, 275.
Robson, William, Great Burdon, 141, 419.
Robson, William Birkbeck, 294.
Rochester, Robert, 418.
Roddam, John, 49.
Roper & Priestman, Richmond, 58, 120, 296,

362 ' note issue allowed by Act, 112.
Roper, George (Sir John Lawson & Co.). 296, 297.
Roper, R. S. D. Rowe (Sir John Lawson & Co.),

296, 297 ; died, 297.
Rose, Hugh, appointed sec. No. E. Bank, 329, 330.
Ross, Colin George, Bank of England, appointed

to the Newcastle agency, 213.
Ross, Horatio, dir., Nat. Prov. Bank, 213, 314.
Ross, James, winding up of the North of England

Joint Stock Bank, 333, 334.
Row, George & Leo, Reeth, 136, 138.
Row, James, panic in Newcastle, 49.
Row, William, panic in Newcastle, 49.
Rowell, Thomas, Hartlepool, 321, 322.
Rowlandson, Samuel, director Swaledale and

Wensleydale Banking Co., 402.
Roxby, Henry, Surrey, 161.
Royal Bank of Scotland, origin of, 7.
Royal British Bank, suspension of, 326.
Rudman & Hall, panic in Newcastle, 49.
Rudman, James, 49, 50, 51.
Russell, Allan, & Maling, Sunderland, 46, 57, 136,

254, 273, 362, 363; panic, 52; support of

notes of, 362.
Russell, Alex., Prov. Com., 320, 418.
Russell, John, counterfeit coinage, 43.
Russell, Lord J., Com. of Secrecy, Charter, 108.
Russell, Matthew, Rowenlands, 363.
Russell, William, Brancepeth, 254.
Russell, William, Sunderland Bank, 273, 362, 363,

364 ; proprietor of Wallsend Colliery, 363 ;

purchase of Brancepeth Castle, 363 ; obituary

notice of death of, 363 ; married daughter of

Robert Harrison of Sunderland, 363 ; failure of

Surtees, Burdon, & Co., 388 ; formation of a

Committee to present Mr. Burdon with his

estates, 400.
" Russell's Wallsends," 363.
Rutherford, Esther, 419.



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Rutherford, John H., pro. dir. Industrial Bk., 295.
Rutherford, J. H., formation of No. Co. Bank, 326.
Rutherford, Stodart, 29.
Rymer, Christopher, run upon Backhouse & Co.,

Durham, 146.
Ryton-on-Tyne, first Savings' Bank started at, 366.

Sadleir, James, M.P., director of the Newcastle
Commercial Bank, 317.

Sadleir, John, gigantic frauds upon the share-
holders of the N/c. Commercial Bank, 317, 318.

Saint, Joseph, Old Bank, 174, 178, 190 ; autograph
of, 190 ; treasurer of the Infirmary, 190, 398 :
elected a Com.-Councilman, 190 ; death of, 191.

Salkeld, Jane, 419.

Salkeld, Mary, 419.

Salmond, Col., Waterfoot, 198.

Salter, Thos. (Backhouse & Co.), 142.

Salter Thomas (Backhouse & Co.), Durham, 143,
144, 145.

Salter. Thos., jun. (Backhouse & Co.), 142.

Sampson Geo., original designer of the B. of E. 4.

Samuel, John, executed for coining, 122.

Sanders & Sons, Whitby, founded, 219, 365.

Sanders, Jonathan (Sanders & Sons), 365 ; death
of, 365.

Sanders, Jonathan, jun. (Sanders & Sons), 365 ;
died, 365.

Sanders, Joseph (Sanders & Sons), 365.

Sanderson, Sir James, 161.

Sanderson, John, Commer. Bank, Stokesley, 878.

Sanderson, John Thomas, 289.

Sanderson, Rachael, 419.

Sanderson, Thos. 275.

Santag, Madame, 294.

Savings' Bank, The, Newcastle, 80, 316, 366 ;
government arranged rules for management of,
80 ; opening of a subscription list, 367, 368 ;
selection of a site for new buildings, 369 ; open-
ing of the new bank, Arcade, 369 ; discovery of
fire at the, 370 ; murder of the assistant clerk
of the, 370 ; trial of Bolam for wilful murder,
371 ; transferred to present premises, 372 ;
appointment of a new clerk, 372.

Sawyer, Geo. Edw., dir. of the N/o. Com. Bank, 316.

Scaife, Matthew, 29.

" Scale-de-Cross Bank," 43.

Scales, William, support of Durham Bank, 308.

Scaling, Thomas, 275.

Scarborough Siege Money, 17.

Scarborough, Earl of, support of N/c. banks, 53.

Scarcity of silver, 30.

Scawin, Wm., director of the York Union Bk., 411.

Scotch bankers, practice resorted to by, 26.

Scotch system of early "clearing," 118.

Scotchburn & Shephered, solicitors, Driffield, 411.

Scotland, Bank of, 6.

Scotland, Royal Bank of, 7, 56, 211.

Scotland, Act passed 1797 allowing issue of notes
under £1, 67 ; attempts to suppress small notes,
100.

Scott & Co., Thirsk, 57.

Scott, — (Fen ton, Scott, & Co., Thirsk), 265.

Scott, Ann, 419.

Scott, Anthony, 275.

Scott, Henry, 271.



Scott, Rev. James, rector of Itchen Ferry, 193.
Scott, Sir John, 271 ; elopement with Miss Bessie

Surtees, 397 ; created Lord Eldon, 397, 418.
Scott, John, director, North of England Banking

Co., 331.
Scott, Mr., King's Head Inn, Darlington, 237.
Scott, Robert, Northumberland Bank, 163.
Scott, Sir Walter, " Malachi Malagrowther," 101.
Scott, Sir William, 53.
Scottish Border Bank, the, 303.
Scholefield, Joshua, dir., Nat. Prov. Bank, 314.
Scruton, R., support of Durham Bank, 308.
Scurfield, William, 29.
Seamour, Richard, 191.
Seizure of half-pennies, 42.
Sellars, H. B., general manager, Yorkshire Penny

Bank, 418.
Seton, Katherine, Northallerton, 136.
Seymour, William, School, AyclifEe, 141.
Shadbolt, Edw., coinage of base money at N/c, 121.
Shadforth, Batson, & Co., Berwick, 163 ; dissolve

partnership, 71, 164.
Shadforth, Henry, jun., 49.

Shadforth, Thomas, 163 ; dissolution of partner-
ship, 71.
Shaftoe, Coulter, & Co., 29.
Sbafto, Robert, exchange of light gold with his

tenants, 31.
Shafto, R. D., Whitworth, 257.
Shafto, Thomas (Baker, Shafto, & Co.), 155.
Shanks, W., sale of estates of Messrs. Blake, Reeds,

and Co., 169.
Sharp, Granville, Gilbart prize essay, 106.
Sharp, John, 419.
Sharp, Sir Cuthbert, 189.
Shephard and Brown, Knaresborough, 136.
Shepherd, Mr., formation of Yorkshire Dis.Bk., 416.
Shepherd, William, Blyth, 321.
Sheratin, Robert, Beamont Hill, 141.
Sheraton, Wm., formation of Darlington Bk., 238.
Shevill, William, 275.
Shewell & Son, London, 136.
Shield, John, counterfeit coinage, 43.
Shield, John, 419.

Shield, Joseph, N/c. Chamber of Commerce, 98.
Shields and Sunderland Bank, The, 230.
" Shields's Bank," Durham, 356.
Shields, Sunderland, &c., riot among sailors

against the press gang, 246.
Shields, Mr., support of Durham Bank, 308, 309.
Shields, William, Durham, 46, 57 ; support of

Durham Bank, 308, 353, 354, 355, 356, 372.
Ship Bank, The (Glasgow), 9.

Shuttleworth, Rd., support of Durham Bank, 308.
Sikes, Snaith, & Snaith, London, 305.
Sillick, James (Hawks & Co.), 281, 282.
Silver Sceatta, The, 11.

Silver tokens, coinage of (Bank of England), 19.
Silversmith, The, 24.
Silver, scarcity of, 73.
Silvertop, George, Minister Acres, 158.
Simmond, Mr., Humshaugh, 62.
Simpson, Chapman, & Co., Whitby, 33, 67, 120,

219, 225, 228, 373, 376 ; purchased by York

Union Bk., 120, 376, 411 ; note issue of, 112, 376 ;

photos of partners, 375,



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Simpson, Sanderson, Taylorson, Grainger, & Co.,
Stokesley, 46, 378 ; failed, 69, 378.

Simpson, Andrew, 275.



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