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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency to the First Session of the Fifty-Sixth Congress of the United States: Volume II (pg. 1,237)

    12/5/1899

    tional Bank Marine National Bank Janesville Burlington Red Hook Lowell Norwalk Hartford Pittsburg Concord Lexington Bath Waterville Charleston Oxford Worcester Taunton Marblehead Whitinsville Cambridgeport Providence Clarion New Albany Allegheny Plymouth Waterbury Lowell Bath Lewisburg Cairo Cleveland Louisville Newton Waterbury Waterloo Martinsville Seaford New Haven New Bedford mansfield West Winfield Newcastle Townsend Boston Cleveland Lebanon Toledo Paterson Baltimore Bloomington Rutland Dover Plains Westerly Grafton Baltimore Wooster Hamilton Quincy Concord Shippensburg Tunkhaunock Waynesburg Belfast Fredonia Castleton Pawtucket Cincinnati Middletown Boston Davenport Buffalo Delaware Clearfield Pawtucket Montpelier Newark Washington Owego U rbana Parkersbur


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency to the First Session of the Fifty-Sixth Congress of the United States: Volume II (pg. 1,251)

    12/5/1899

    gus Falls National Bank Citizens National Bank Fi rst N ational Ban k Stock Growers National Bank National Bank First National Bank First National Bank Watertown National Bank Mechanics National Bank First National Bank Lebanon National Bank Millerton National Bank State National Bank Greensburg Lynn Appleton Butte City Crookston Moorhead Grand Forks Glencoe Cambridge Mason City Xenia Owensboro mansfield Charles City Jamestown Norristown Des Moines Danville Mandan Creston Plj month New Hampton Hiawatha Brainerd Detroit Carrollton McMinnville Charlottesville Storm Lake Ogden New York Wallingford Lancaster Chicago Stamford Neenah Dayton Columbus Manistee New York Saltsburg Salamanca Grand Rapids Lawrenceburg Albuquerque Saratoga Springs Austin Hudson Dunkirk Springfield Ottum


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 309)

    /1906

    Bank Fort Smith Ark Total number of banks 6 Scandinavian National Bank Chicago 111 Wallkill National Bank Middletown N Y Crescent City N B New Orleans La Atlantic National Bank New York N Y First National Bank Washington I C N B of t he Commonweal th N ew Y ork N Y Merchants National Bank Petersburg Va First National Bank Petersburg Va First National Bank mansfield Ohio New Orleans N B Asso New Orleans La First National Bank Carlisle Pa Total number of banks 11 First National Bank Anderson Ind First National Bank Topeka Kans First National Bank Norfolk Va Total number of banks 3 Gibson County N B Princeton Ind First N B of Utah Salt Lake City Utah Cook County National Bank Chicago 111 First National Bank Tiffin Ohio Cha


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 357)

    /1904

    Smith Ark Total number of banks 6 Scandinavian National Bank Chicago 111 VV allkill National Bank Middletown N Y Crescent City National Bank New Or leans La Atlantic National Bank New York N Y First National Bank Washington D C National Bank of the Commonwealth New York N Y Merchants National Bank Petersburg Va First National Bank Petersburg Va First National Bank mansfield Ohio New Orleans National Banking Associa tion New Orleans La First National Bank Carlisle Pa Total number of banks 11 First National Bank Anderson Ind First National Bank Topeka Kans First National Bank Norfolk Va Total number of banks 3 Gibson County National Bank Princeton Ind First National Bank of Utah Salt I ake City Utah Cook County National Bank Chicago 111 Fi


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 92)

    /1921

    84 REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY Fourth District Albert B Camp Cleveland Ohio Edward C Haneke Lima Ohio John B Chenault Maysville Ky Burdett Kelly mansfield Ohio Sidney B Congdon Cleveland Ohio Herbert J McKee Cleveland Ohio Leo M Cutts Pittsburgh Pa Joel S McKee Pittsburgh Pa A Burton Faris Cincinnati Ohio J Francis Miller Wilkinsburg Pa W H Fletcher Cleveland Ohio R J Miller Cleveland Ohio I J Fulton Cleveland Ohio Robert Montgomery Wheeling W Va Ernest M Furbee Cleveland Ohio Edwal F Shively Colum


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 509)

    /1856 Numismatics Periodicals

    ich he had been received in every part of Scotland It was of course not to be expected that an Oxonian Tory should praise the Presbyterian polity and ritual or that an eye accustomed to I the hedgerows and parks of England should not be struck by the bareness of Berwickshire and i East Lothian But even in censure Johnson s tone is not unfriendly The most enlightened Scotchmen with Lord mansfield at their head were well pleased But some foolish and igno rant Scotchmen were moved to anger by a little unpalatable truth which was mingled with much eulogy and assailed him whom they chose to consider as the enemy of their country with libels much more dishonorable to their country than any thing that he had ever said or written They published paragraphs in the newspapers Digitized by Gc


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency to the First Session of the Fifty-Sixth Congress of the United States: Volume II (pg. 1,283)

    12/5/1899

    adison S Dak 1044 Madison Wis 1200 Malianoy City Pa 932 Malden Mass 436 Malone N Y 693 Malta Ohio 820 Malvern Iowa 245 Malvern Pa 933 Manasquan N J 623 Manassas Va H60 Manchester Iowa 245 Manchester N H 598 Manchester Center Vt U44 Mandau N Dak 769 Manhattan Kans 289 Manheim Pa 933 Manistee Mich 488 Manitowoc Wis 1201 Mankato Minn 508 Manning Iowa 245 Mannington W Va H82 mansfield Ohio 820 Maquoketa Iowa 246 Marathon Iowa 246


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 395)

    /1904

    Wichita New Bedford Lexington Topeka a Macon Toledo Birmingham Binghamton Holyoke Canton a Springfield Ohio Fremont Richmond Atlanta Little Rock Evansville Bloomington Akron Greenshiirg Pa a Sioux Falls Jacksonville Fla c Rockford a Kalamazoo Quincy 111 Jackson Mich Helena Spokane Wheeling W Va Fargo Fall River Jacksonville 111 Chester Pa Ann Arbor Wilkesbarre Frederick mansfield Colorado Springs Beaumont Decatur Total Decrease rt No official report Exchunges for year ended Sep tember 30 Comparisons 1904 1903 Increase Decrease 77 895 195 86 047 679 104 339 779 87 320 145 23 002 967 100 302 602 63 982 744 63 977 699 214 489 489 832 715 240 57 317 990 27 018 798 01 484 027 113 095 594 40 387 431 49 780 930 25 925 060 32 090 577 53 220


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 289)

    /1905

    8 300 000 112 000 126 757 73 100 000 20 First National Bank Washington B C 26 500 000 500 000 579 481 25 450 000 27 N B of the Comnionwcalth NewYork N Y 1372 750 000 290 000 349 253 75 234 000 28 Merchants National Bank Petersburg Va 1548 400 000 400 000 461 681 23 360 000 29 First National Bank Petersburg Va 1378 200 000 200 500 230 345 92 179 200 30 First National Bank mansfield Ohio 436 100 000 100 000 114 875 00 90 000 31 New Orleans N B Asso New Orleans La 1825 600 000 400 000 440 650 00 3C0 OCO 32 First National Bank Carlisle Pu 21 50 000 50 000 56 212 25 45 000 Total number of banks 11 3 325 000 2 834 500 3 25S 077 13 2 522 100 33 First National Bank Anderson Ind 44 50 000 50 OCO 57 887 50 45 000 34 First National Bank Topeka Kans 1660


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 405)

    /1906

    s ended September 30 1906 and September 30 1905 Continued Clearing bouse at Davenport Kalamazoo Topeka a Fall River Fort Wayne Springfield 111 New Bedford Colorado Springs Helena Youngstown Roekiord Erie Greensburga Akron a Chester Lexington Lowell Canton Wilmington N C Cedar Rapids Binghampton Fargo Holyoke Pueblo South Benda Macon Beaumont Springfield Ohio Bloomington mansfield Decatur Quincy Sioux Falls Fremont Franklin Jackson Columbus Ga a Jacksonville 111 Frederick Ann Arbor San Jose Total Increase Exchanges for year ended September 30 1906 50 852 223 46 331 684 42 499 937 47 364 179 39 306 123 41 831 574 33 884 793 35 413 356 42 112 731 33 461 724 29 392 072 30 955 564 26 383 436 30 056 257 26 542 613 33 716 980 25 279 975 24 018 947 c 19


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 407)

    /1906

    569 26 182 839 28 849 616 26 087 561 24 018 947 Cincinnati 937 038 200 1 043 330 300 1 153 865 500 1 196 854 400 1 192 662 600 1 291 921 250 Cleveland 670 504 113 749 470 621 804 850 901 700 078 208 754 739 346 812 973 376 Columbus 0 291 756 200 249 925 600 284 146 700 225 214 100 253 480 300 267 940 200 Dayton 60 513 922 72 386 577 85 630 639 86 328 718 83 383 848 95 634 566 mansfield 2 176 386 7 946 235 11 085 464 10 851 317 14 681 045 17 672 949 Springfield Ohio 15 900 055 18 709 815 20 870 251 20 142 502 19 8S9 685 19 801 937 Toledo 119 373 936 153 657 466 163 230 880 162 417 629 192 444 100 207 218 988 Youngstown 20 587 897 29 763 215 S3 427 858 28 808 728 28 46 7 688 33 461 724 Evansville 46 11 2 289 52 962 065 62 863 663 69 725 608 81 365 8


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 767)

    /1921

    Iowa Columbia S C Rockford 111 South Bend Ind San Jose Calif Lansing Mich Fort Wayne Ind Mobile Ala Huntington W Va Waterbury Conn Springfield Mo Cheyenne Wyo Flint Mich Fall River Mass Waterloo Iowa Springfield Ohio Austin Tex Lexington Ky New Bedford Mass Bloomington 111 San Bernardino Calif Great Falls Mont Montgomery Ala York Pa Aberdeen S Dak Quincy III mansfield Ohio Grand Forks N Dak Yakima Wash Greensburg Pa Gary Ind Jackson Mich Bakersfield Calif Boise Idaho Decatur 111 Lowell Mass Grand Island Nebr Joplin Mo Greensboro N C Beaumont Tex Chester Pa 203 097 000 201 602 000 200 976 000 190 877 000 190 038 000 189 966 000 189 675 000 186 182 000 181 527 000 i 166 465 000 161 515 000 154 970 000 i 152 408 000 174 180 000 1


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 93)

    /1921

    Charles H Filson Guthrie Okla Sam F Sullenberger Kansas City Mo George W Goodell Denver Colo Harry M Thornton Kansas City Mo Orville A Griffey Muskogee Okla William M Wilson Kansas City Mo Eleventh District J C Alvey Dallas Tex Stanley A Longmoor Dallas Tex Clarence E Breg Brownwood Tex Alexander B McCans Dallas Tex Henry F Brewer El Paso Tex Fred S mansfield Dallas Tex Reuben R R Cook Fort Worth Tex David Murphy Mexia Tex Jacob Embry Dallas Tex V Hubom Northcutt Dallas TeX William E Hutt Sherman Tex Jesse L Penix Waco Tex H T Jemigan Dallas Tex Allison D Thompson San Antonio Tex Ernest Lamb Pittsburg Tex Earle V K Willson Amarillo Tex Twelfth District Harry E Albert Portland Oreg Charles H Martin


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 528)

    /1916

    es S D McCracken A Mitchell 266 224 Walter Ickes 154 730 0 A Fliller 442 744 Wesley Staley 176 270 Albert Nichols 86 238 B H Miller 148 098 Guv E Loomis 92 812 Wm C Bunyan 299 590 Chas H Cheney 537 540 C C Bromley 234 901 W S Bellman 312 834 G B Kinsey 190 918 C W Emerson 256 989 A H Frerichs 259 259 R E McDonald 87 644 A J Turner 472 886 D N Cooper 782 918 S B mansfield 146 000 Th Christensen 186 623 W C Overhults 60 217 H A Fullenwider 133 881 H H Lake 132 440 W N Armstrong 130 968 A H Hunt 2 154 387 W R Armstrong 711 928 Digitized for FRASER http fraser stlouisfed org Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis f20 000 0 250 40 000 0 250 0 250 25 000 0 250 50 0001 100 000 12 500 30 0001 7 028 30 301 63 306 20 508 5 800 19 481 10 047 46


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 23)

    /1907

    nal Bank Helena July 30 1907 Oct 22 1903 50 000 i 50 000 3 750 46 250 Okla 8349 Germania National Bank San Aug 1 1907 Aug 31 1900 25 000 1 0 240 500 6 740 Francisco Cal 0592 Uamlin National Bank Ham do Jan 20 1003 300 000 98 050 8 850 80 200 lin Tox 8427 Second National Dank Jersey do Nov 5 1900 25 000 10 000 1 200 8 800 City N J 095 First National Bank mansfield do Jan 9 1805 250 000 200 050 IG 130 183 870 ni 0090 First National Bank Nashua do 1 Jan 10 1902 25 000 10 000 1 10 000 N H 2741 Mechanics National Bank Aug 10 1907 June 26 1882 100 000 50 100 4 200 51 900 Knoxville Tenn 2058 First National Bank Beckloy Aug 23 1907 Apr 12 1882 200 000 115 000 2 250 112 750 W Va 0735 DajTon National Bank Day Aug 27 1907 Apr 21


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 22)

    /1922

    Tex James S Bartee Dallas Tex Henry F Brewer jr El Paso Tex Jacob Embry Houston Tex William C Evans Amarillo Tex William B Hamilton Brownwood Tex Gilbar C Hedrick Dallas Tex James B Herndon jr Dallas Tex William E Hutt Sherman Tex Marvin J Knight Dallas Tex Ernest Lamb Dallas Tex Stanley A Longmoor Dallas Tex Alexander B McCans Dallas Tex Fred S mansfield Dallas Tex Jesse L Penix Waco Tex Allison D Thompson San Antonio Tex Leslie D Thorn Mineola Tex Earle V K Willson Amarillo Tex William P Wilson Dallas Tex John K Woods Dallas Tex TWELFTH DISTRICT Christopher H Anheier San Francisco Calif Ira I Chorpening Los Angeles Calif Gilbert S Coffin Spokane Wash William C Crawley San Francisco Calif Eugene H Gou


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 636)

    /1916

    h Langley John McCrillis G A Fairbanks W G Livingston M H Taylor F C Hannah Wm C White Fred H Perry F H Foster Geo A Tenney D S Currier John D Annis Edward N Pearson H H Dudley Isaac Hill B P Gerry F D Beardsley J B Bartlett William W Goss C S Cartland C L Rich Frederick Clements Frank Proctor T M Covin S W Cushing Perley R Bugbee A L mansfield J E Wright W R Porter A L Wright W L Mason C W Tyler Geo P Munsey W L Woodworth W H McCarten C E Cooper R E Colby Frank E Andrews Willis B Kendall W B Steams H L Additon Fredk W Sawyer JohnM Blakey Ira F Harris AlansouC Haines Sam D Lewis P A Johnson F G Livingston 343 414 331 423 122 531 98 542 390 060 396 811 195 526 269 954 900 929


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 124)

    /1851 Numismatics Periodicals

    lord it s a very common complaint with persons of this description it s merely a con fusion of the head arising from the corruption of the heart To the bench he was at times quite as un I ceremonious and if he thought himself reflected on or interfered with had instant recourse either to ridicule or invective There is a celebrated reply in circulation of Mr Dunning to a remark of Lord mansfield who curtly exclaimed at one of his legal positions 44 0 if that be law Mr Dunning I may bum my law books 44 Better read them my lord was the sarcastic and appropriate rejoinder In a different spirit but with Bimil ar effect was Mr Curran s retort upon an Irish judge quite as remarkable for his good humor and raillery as for his legal researches He was addressing a jury on one


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 680)

    /1916

    680 EEPOET OP THE COMPTEOLLEE OE THE CUEEENCY Resources and liabilities of national banks as shoivn OHIO Continued DISTRICT XO 4 Continued Location and name bank London Madison Lorain National Bank of Commerce Loudon vill First Louisville First Loveland Loveland Lowell First Madison ville First i Malta Malta Manchester Farmers mansfield Citizens Mantua First Marietta First Marietta Citizens Marietta German Marion City Marion Marion Mason First Massillon First Massillon Merchants Massillon Union McArthur Vinton County McConnelsville First McConnelsville Citi zens Medina Medina Coimty Medina Old Phoenix Mendon First Miamisburg First Middleport Citizens Middletown First Middletown Mer chants


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency to the Third Session of the Fifty-Fifth Congress of the United States, Volume I (pg. 562)

    12/5/1898

    ational Bank Auburn I N Y June 26 1875 I First National Bank Eldorado Kans June 30 1875 j First National Bank Junction City Kans J uly 1 1875 First National Bank Clietopa Kans July 19 1875 Green Lane National Bank Green Lane Pa Sept 9 1875 State National Bank Topeka Kans Sept 15 1875 Farmers National Bank Marshalltown j Iowa I Sept 18 1875 Richland National Bank mansfield j Ohio Sept 25 1875 Planters National Bank Louisville Ky Sept 30 1875 First National Bank Gallatin Tenn j Oct 1 1375 First National Bank Charlestown IV Va j Oct 2 1875 People s National Bank Winchester 111 First National Bank New Lexington Ohio First National Bank Ishpeming Midi Fayette County National Bank IV ash ington Ohio Merchants National Bank Fort Wayne


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency to the Third Session of the Fifty-Fifth Congress of the United States, Volume I (pg. 584)

    12/5/1898

    866 9 424 24 403 18 000 23 1 36 1 Scandinavian National Bank Chica go 111 Wallkill National Bank Middletown N Y Crescent City National Bank New Orleans La Atlantic National Bank New York N Y First National Bank Washington D G National Bank of the Commonwealth New York N Y Merchants National Bank Peters burg Va First National Bank Petersburg Ya First National Bank mansfield Ohio New Orleans National Banking As sociation New Orleans La First National Bank Carlisle Pa 1978 1473 1937 1388 26 1372 1548 1378 436 1825 21 May 7 1872 July 21 1865 Feb 15 1872 July 1 1865 j July 16 1863 July 1 1865 Sept 1 1865 July 1 1865 May 24 1864 May 27 1871 June 29 1863 103 250 59 500 COO 300 000 500 000 750 000 25 000 5 59 472 183 000 895 000 61 161 42


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 920)

    /1909

    BEPOBT OP THE COMPTBOLLEB OF THE CUBBENCY 921 No 123 Exchanges op the Clearing Houses op the United States prom 1904 to 1909 by Geographical Sections Continued Locality of clearing houses Year ended September 30 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 MIDDLE WESTERN Akron Canton Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus 0 Dayton mansfield Springfield 0 Toledo Youngstown Evansville Indianapolis Fort Wayne South Bend Bloomington Chicago Decatur Jacksonville Peoria Quincy Rockford Springfield III 30 554 500 28 849 616 1 196 854 400 700 078 208 225 214 100 86 328 718 10 851 317 20 142 502 162 417 629 28 808 728 69 725 608 313 049 570 20 455 049 8 808 093 268 14 634 876 11 633 588 142 689 768 15 297 823 23 717 079 3


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 534)

    /1913

    oke Home Holyoke Park Hopkinton Hopkinton Hudson Hudson Hyannis First Hyde Park Hyde Park Ipswich First Lawrence Bay State Lawrence Pacific Lee Lee Lenox Lenox Leominster Leominster Leominster Merchants Lowell Appleton Lowell Old Lowell Lowell Traders Lowell Union Lowell W amesit Lynn Central Lynn Lynn Lynn Manufacturers Lynn National City Malden First mansfield First Marblehead National Grand Marlboro First Marlboro Peoples Melrose Melrose Merrimac First Metheun National Middleboro Middlebor ough Milford Home Milford Milford Millbury Millbury Milton Blue Hill Monson Monson Nantucket Pacific Natick Natick New Bedford First 1 New Bedford Mechanics New Bedford Merchants New bury port First Newbury port Mer chants Newburyport Oce


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 240)

    /1907

    Iowa City N B Iowa City Iowa First N B Wheeling W Va First N B Mount Clemens Mich First National Bank Knob Noster Mo First National Bank Brodliead Wis Auburn City N B Auburn N Y First N B junction City Kans First National B ank Chetopa Kans First National Bank Golden Colo National Bank of Jcilerson Wis Green Lane N B Green Lane Pa Richland N B mansfield Ohio First National Bank Gallatin Tcnn First N B Charles Town W Va First N B New Lexington Ohio First National Bank Ishpeming Mich Total Circulation Date of liquidation Capital Issued Retired Out standing Apr 27 1874 100 000 90 000 89 484 516 Apr 28 1874 50 000 45 000 44 520 480 May 6 1874 75 000 45 000 44 778 222 May 25 1874 200 000 166 550 163 835 2 715


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 750)

    /1916

    6 42 500 6 250 25 000 54 Lovelady First Lubbock Citizens W H Collins 54 871 302 645 55 Geo C WolSarth J I Hunt 56 Lufidn Lufkin E J Mantooth G R Thompson 416 627 7 80 27 888 57 Mabank First J n Wofford Walter Tv nes jr 97 642 25 0 H 4 466 58 Madisonville First J N Heath C J Davis 120 718 12 50 17 837 59 47 194 150 318 5 260 25 000 12 500 3 433 5 800 5 580 60 61 mansfield First E R Holland J B Chorn 75 826 62 Marble Falls First T M Yett J B Yett 98 678 12 50 9 354 63 388 485 575 828 555 480 983 78 71 00 26 445 74 000 45 176 64 100 000 100 000 65 G W Glass 66 Marshall First E Key W L Barry 101 500 62 000 Digitized for FRASER http fraser stlouisfed org Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 272)

    /1907

    iladelphia Pa Waverly National Bank Waverly N Y First National Bank Fort Smith Ark Total Scandinavian N B Chicago 111 Wallkill N B Middletown N Y Crescent City N B New Orleans La Atlantic N B New York N Y First National Bank Washington D C N B of the Commonwealth N Y N Y Merchants N B Petersl urg Va First National Bank Petersburg Va First National Bank mansfield OhiD N 0 N B AG SOC New Orleans La First National Bank Carlisle Pa Total First National Bank Anderson Ind First National Bank Topeka Kans First National Bank Norfolk Va Total Gibson County N B Princeton Ind First National Bank of Utah Salt Lake City Utah Cook County N B Chicago 111 First National Bank Tiffin Ohio Charlottesville National Bank


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 290)

    /1907

    Middletown N Y Crescent City National Bank New Orleans La July 21 1805 24 Feb 15 1872 25 Atlantic National Bank New York N Y July 1 1865 20 First National Bank Washingtor D C July 16 1863 27 National Bank of the Commonwealth Now York N July 1 1865 28 Merchants National Bank Petersburg Va Sept 1 1865 20 First National Bank Petersburg Va July 1 1805 30 First National Bank mansfield Ohio May 24 1864 31 New Orleans N Bkg Association New Orleans La May 27 1871 32 First National Bank Carlisle Fa Total July 7 1863 33 First National Bank Anderson ind First National Bank Topeka Kaiis July 31 1863 34 Aug 23 1866 35 First National Bank Norfolk Va Feb 23 1804 30 Gibson County National Bank Pr ncoton Ind Nov 30 1872 37 First National Bank of Utah Salt Lake


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 322)

    /1907

    00 000 112 000 126 757 73 100 000 26 First National Bank Washington D C 26 500 000 500 000 579 481 25 450 000 27 N B of the Commonwealth New Y ork N Y 1372 750 000 290 000 349 253 75 234 000 28 Merchants National Bank Petersburg Va 1548 400 000 400 000 461 681 23 360 000 29 First National Bank Petersburg Va 1378 200 000 200 500 230 345 92 179 200 30 First National Bank mansfield Ohio 436 100 000 100 000 114 875 00 90 000 31 New Orleans N B Asso New Orleans La 1825 600 000 400 000 440 650 00 360 000 32 First National Bank Carlisle Pa 21 50 000 50 000 56 212 25 45 000 Total number of banks 11 3 825 000 2 834 500 3 258 077 13 2 522 100 33 First National Bank Anderson Ind 44 50 000 50 000 57 887 50 45 000 34 First National Bank Topeka Kans 1660 1


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 918)

    /1916

    CURRENCY 921 Table No 104 Comparative statement of the exchanges of the clearing houses of the United States for years ended Sept 30 1916 and Sept 30 1915 Continued No 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 Clearing house at Lansing Mich Danville 111 mansfield Ohio Lima Ohio Owensboro Ky Aberdeen S Dak Bakersfield Cal Flint Mich Jackson Miss Montclair N J Billings Mo North Yakima Wash Montgomery Ala Gary Ind Norristown Pa Fremont Nebr Jacksonville 111 Frederick Md Vicksburg Miss Orange N J Franklin Pa Reno Nev Oshkosh Wis Grand Forks N Dak Santa Rosa Cal Long Beach Cal Lawrence Kans Hastings Nebr Ann Arbor Mich New Alb


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 85)

    1/1/1884

    e credit to the parties for whom it had thus indorsed anil received no beuetit there from Held that although an accommodation indorsement by a national bank in such cases was void in the hands of holders against whom notice of the character of the indorsement could be concluded yet that the bank was liable for the same to holders for value without notice Blair vs First National Bank of mansfield Ohio United States Circuit Court for Ohio at Cleveland November term 1875 Emmons J Reported in Bankers Magazine for March 1878 pp 721 5 II It is no defense in a suit against the acceptor of a draft which has been dis counted and upon which money has been advanced by plaintiff that the draft was accepted for the accommodation of the drawer Davis vs Ran dall 115 Mass p 547


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 94)

    1/1/1884

    e which every attentive and diligent person takes of his own goods but the omission of that care which the most inattentive takes First National Bank vs ltex 89 Venn p 308 In Pattison vs Syracuse Bank 80 N Y 82 the case of Nat l Bank of Lyons vs Ocean National Bank is substantially overruled following the ruling in Nat l Bank vs Graham See also First National Bank of mansfield vs Zent Supreme court of State of Ohio XII Authority of rank to apply deposit in payment of deist Where a de positor in a bank is indebted to the bank by bill note or other independent indebtedness the bank has a right to apply so much of the funds of the depositor to the payment of his matured indebtedness as may be necessary to satisfy the same Appellate court first district hel


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 428)

    /1907

    and September 30 1900 Continued 114 cities Clearin house at Davenport Kalamazoo Topeka a Fall Rive r Fort Wayne Springfield lll New Bedford Colorado Springs Helena Youngstown Ohio llockiorda Erie Greensburg Akron Chester Lexington Lowell Canton Wilmington N C a Cedar Rapids Binghamton Fargo Holyoke a Pueblo a South Bend Macon o Beaumont Springfield Ohio Bloomington mansfield Decatur n Quincy Sioux Falls o Fremont 1 Franklin Jackson Columbus Ga fl Jacksonville III Frederick Ann Arbor San Josea Harrisburg York Tot I Decrease Exchanges for year ended September 3h 1007 Exchanges for year ended September 30 1900 Comparisons Increase Decrease 157 313 282 50 a52 223 86 461 059 r 4 062 0i3 46 3 41 084 7 731 229 50 0 55 082 42 499 937 8 455 105 56 10


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 430)

    /1907

    434 EEPOET OF THE COMPTBOLLEE OF THE CUEEENCY TAIiLE XXXVIII Continued Exchanges of the Clearing Houses op the United States from 1902 to 1907 BY GEOGiRAFHiCAL SECTIONS Continued Locality of clearing houses Year ended Septemlx r 30 MIDDLE WESTERN Akron Canton Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus O Dayton mansfield Springfield O Toledo Youngstown Evansville Indianapolis Fort Wayne South Bend Bloomington CTucago Decatur Jacksonville Peoria Quincy Rockford Springfield Illl Ann Arbor Detroit Grand Rapids Jackson Kalamazoo Milwaukee Minneapolis St Paul Cedar Rapids Davenport Dos Moines Sioux City Kansas City St Joseph St Louis Total WESTERN Fargo Sioux Falls Fremo


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 545)

    /1921

    r Commercial 399 4 3 103 568 58 946 218 378 34 852 56 976 5 338 659 103 100 000 11 673 100 000 1 166 237 273 163 992 45 000 Homer Ilomer 1 523 660 124 556 108 944 472 700 4 205 2 452 443 150 000 178 822 28 900 476 196 1 454 765 88 960 75 000 Lake Providence First 228 102 247 150 72 453 22 613 80 866 2 500 653 684 50 000 105 463 48 395 8 972 231 091 209 763 mansfield American 93 031 9 364 4 258 19 746 126 399 50 000 2 606 277 49 761 23 755 Minden First 504 657 87 350 61 469 25 501 38 508 4 285 721 770 50 000 37 063 49 400 9 008 248 098 260 335 67 866 Monroe Ouachita 2 054 926 54 966 130 946 309 965 88 793 211 421 640 364 3 436 416 600 000 324 812 111 195 122 399 1 154 262 732 698 401 050 Oak Grove First 49 315 4 551 25 34


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 135)

    1/1/1884

    25 1875 27 000 505 1 87 National Bank of J efferson Wis Apr 28 1865 Aug 26 1875 54 000 2 533 4 69 Green Lane National Bank of Green Lane Pa Dec 15 1873 Sept 9 1875 90 000 2 131 2 37 State National Bank of Topeka Ivans Oct 9 1874 Sept 15 i875 30 000 583 1 94 Farmers National Bank of Marshalltown Iowa June 30 1873 Sept 18 1875 27 000 835 3 09 Richland National Bank of mansfield Ohio July 11 1804 Sept 25 1875 135 000 9 865 7 31 Planters National Bank of Louisville Kv Feb 9 1865 Sept 30 1875 315 000 29 565 9 39 First National Bank of Gallatin Tenn Sept 14 1870 Oct 1 1S75 45 000 1 350 3 00 First National Bank of Charleston V Ya Feb 23 1871 Oct 2 1875 90 000 2 645 2 94 People s National Bank of Winchester 111 May 19 1871 Oct 4 18


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 553)

    /1921

    Leominster Leominster Leominster Merchants Lowell Appleton Lowell Ola Lowell Lowell Union 5 Lowell Wamesit os Lynn Central Lynn Manufacturers I Lynn National City ji Lynn State to Malden First I Malden Second mansfield First L Marblehead National 05 Grand Marlborough First Marlborough Peoples Merrimac First Methuen National Milford Home Milford Milford Millbury Millbury Milton Blue Hill Monson Monson Nantucket Pacific New Bedford First New Bedford Mer chants j Newburyport First i Newburyport Mer chants I Newburyport Ocean j Newton First of West j Newton North Adam


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 189)

    1/1/1884

    0 000 100 000 100 000 98 253 1 747 First National Bank Washington I C National Bank of Commonwealth New 500 000 450 000 450 000 437 474 12 526 York N Y 750 000 234 000 234 000 228 903 5 097 Merchants National Bank Petersburg Va 400 000 360 000 360 000 350 275 9 725 First National Bank Petersburg Va 200 000 179 200 179 200 173 680 5 520 First National Bank mansfield Ohio New Orleans National Banking Associa 100 000 90 000 90 000 87 675 2 325 tion New Orleans La 600 000 360 000 360 000 352 000 8 000 First National Bank Carlisle Pa 50 000 45 000 45 000 43 875 1 125 First National Bank Anderson Ind 50 000 45 000 45 000 43 812 1 188 First National Bank Topeka Kans 100 000 90 000 90 000 87 627 2 373 First National Bank Norfolk


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1889) (pg. 586)

    1/1/1889

    872 450 000 1 336 11 02 3 56 1 84 1 34 July 1 1865 1 July 16 1863 100 000 First National Bank W ashington D C 450 000 8 441 32 80 7 85 3 28 1 88 National Bank of the Common 38 05 7 73 2 59 1 50 July 1 1865 234 000 3 518 49 15 11 88 3 35 i 30 Sept 1 1865 360 000 4 630 FirstifationalBank Petersburg 2 820 53 05 11 65 3 81 1 57 Va July 1 1805 179 200 First National Bank mansfield 1 288 43 12 9 22 3 05 1 43 May 24 180i 90 000 New Orleans National Banking 5 500 30 97 7 79 2 22 3 01 1 53 1 41 Association New Orlean s La May 27 1871 360 000 First National Bank Carlisle Pa First National Bank Anderson July 7 1863 45 000 635 890 48 4U 40 03 8 43 8 75 3 19 1 98 July 21 1863 Aug 23 1866 45 600 First National Bank Topeka Kans 90 000 1 296 54 17


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 191)

    1/1/1884

    inter est paid Finally closed ton D C National Bank of the Common Sept 22 1873 750 000 796 995 100 Finally closed 35 8 wealth New York N Y Merchants National Bank of Pe Sept 25 1873 400 000 992 636 34 per cent paid to stockholders Finally closed tersburg Va First National Bank of Petersburg Sept 25 1873 200 000 167 285 76 Finally closed Va First National Bank of mansfield Oct 18 1873 100 000 175 068 57 5 Finallv closed Ohio New Orleans National Banking Association New Orleans La First National Bank of Carlisle Pa First National Bank of Anderson Oct 23 1873 Oct 24 1873 600 000 50 000 1 429 595 65 729 60 73 5 Finally closed Nov 23 1873 50 000 143 534 25 Ind First National Bank of Topeka Dec 16 1873 100 000 55 372 58 3 Finally closed K


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 180)

    /1920

    8 First National Bank of Dawson Springs 25 000 11589 Liberty National Bank of Bowling Green Total 4 banks LOUISIANA 125 000 275 000 11521 Exchange National Bank of Shreveport 100 000 11541 First National Bank of Elton 50 000 11621 American National Bank of Homer 50 000 J1638 Commercial National Bank of Homer 100 000 11650 First National Bank of Oak Grove 50 000 1 1669 American National Bank of mansfield 50 000 11795 First National Bank of Huston Total 7 banks MASSACHUSETTS 50 000 450 000 11510 Everett National Bank Everett 100 000 11587 First National Bank of Warren 50 000 11790 Havmarket National Bank of Boston 200 000 11859 Oceanic National Bank of Boston Total 4 banks MICHIGAN 200 000 550 000 11547 Crystal Falls National Bank Crystal Falls 50 000 11549 National Bank of Pontiac 200 0


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 427)

    /1853 Numismatics Periodicals

    f the best that ever a fell from his lips The principle involved in the bill was that judges ought not to sit in the House of Commons Mr Macaulay urged that no practical evil bad ever arisen from their presence but that some of the most eminent and useful members of that body had been judges He drew graphic pictures in which history and biography were admirably blended of the ascendency of mansfield Thurlow and Eldon in Parliament of the distinguished part taken by Lords Brougham and Lyndhurst one the Lord Chan cellor and the other the Lord Baron in the great debate of the Reform Bill in 1831 and of the effect which such a bill w ould have to degrade the charac ter of the House of Commons by excluding from it the best ability and learning of the land The earn est demand in the pub


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 1,263)

    1/1/1891

    adison Wis 916 Madison Xebr 1102 Madison S Dak 1188 Mahanoy City Pa 392 Malden Mass 118 Malone X Y 248 Malta Ohio 732 Malvern Pa 393 Malvern Iowa 955 Manasquan X J 325 Manchester X H 39 Manchester Iowa 955 Manchester Centre Vt 55 Mandan X l ak 1178 Manhattan Kans 1055 Manheim Pa 393 Manistee Mich 889 Manitowoc Wis 916 Mankato Minn 988 Mankato Kans 1055 Manning Iowa 956 mansfield Ohio 732 Maquoketa Iowa 956 Marathon N Y 248 Marble Falls Tex 615 Marblehead Mass 118 Marengo 111 839 Marengo Towa 956 Marieita Pa 394 Marietta Ga 538 Marietta Ohio 733 Marinette Wis 916 Marion Ind 787


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 80)

    /1923

    FcMullan John R 711 National Metropolitan Bank Building Washington D C 8 MePike Benj 1052 South First Street Evansville Ind 2 Macdonald Frederick G Box 926 Buffalo N Y 9 Madland Leland Ij 416 New York Life Building ilinneapolis Minn 2 Maguire Edward J 720 United States Customhouse New York N Y 2 8 11 2 12 12 2 5 8 4 7 ii Maloney 3d Wni W JG ilann Stuart II mansfield Fred S Marcuse Benj Martin Loo II Maxey Chas T 10 1 9 10 2 6 12 1 I 2 7 8 8 1 1 10 Mertens Charles R j Miles Albert F JG Millard Samuel T Montgomery Robert Moon Earl W Sloore Geoige M Mooro Samuel A Morgan IVni M i Mueller Arthur M JG Murphy Daniel F JG j Nelson Nels JG Noone Dennis I Norris Frauh L Northeutt V liuborn Otto Chas C


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 619)

    /1921

    Lodi Peoples Logan National Logan Peoples London Central London Madison Lorain National Bank of Commerce Louisville First Loveland Loveland Lowell First Lynchburg First Madison ville First Malta Malta Manchester Farmers mansfield Citizens Mantua First Marietta First Marietta Central Manet ta Ci ti zens Marion National City Bank Trust Co Marion Marion Mason First Massillon First Massillon Merchants Massillon Union McArthur Vinton County MeConnelsville First MeConnelsville Citi zens Medina Medina County Medina Old Phoenix Mend on First Miamisburg First Middleport Citizen s Middleport Mu


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 1,278)

    1/1/1891

    1268 NUMERICAL INDEX OF BANKS Charter No Title of bank Location State Page 792 First National Bank Waterloo Iowa 976 794 First National Rank Martinsville Indiana 787 795 First National Bank Seaford Delaware 468 796 Vain National Rank New Haven _ Connecticut 188 799 Merchants National Bank New Bedford Massachusetts 124 800 Farmers National Rank _ mansfield Ohio 732 801 First National Rank W est Win field New York 307 802 Holliston National Bank Holliston Massachusetts 107 804 First National Rank New Castle Indiana 790 805 Townsend National Bank Townsend Massachusetts 143 806 National Market Bank of Brighton Boston Massachusetts 83 807 Commercial National Hank _ Cleveland Ohio 707 808 National Bank Lebanon New Hampshire 39 809 Northern


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 580)

    /1906

    38 Lacon First 39 Lanark First 40 La Salle La Salle 41 Lawrenceville First 42 Leland First 43 Lerna First 44 LeKoy First 45 Lewistown Lewis town 46 Libertyville First 47 Libertyville Lake County 48 Lincoln First 49 Lincoln German American 50 Lincoln Lincoln 51 Litchfield First 52 Little York First 53 Lovington Shepherd 54 Macomb Union 55 Malta First 56 mansfield First 57 Marengo First 58 Marion First 59 Marissa First 60 Marseilles First 61 Marshall Dulaney 62 Martinsville First 63 Mat toon First 64 Mattoon Mattoon 65 McLeansboro First 66 Mendota First 67 Mendota Mendota Digitized for FRASER http fraser stlouisfed org Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis Resources President Cashier Loans dis counts and overdrafts United States


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency (pg. 643)

    /1921

    Lilly First Lincoln Lincoln Lititz Farmers Lititz Lititz Springs Littlestown Littles town Liverpool First Lock Haven First Lock Haven County Logan ton Loganton Loysville First Luzerne Luzerne 1 Lykens First Madera Madera Mahaffey Mahaffey MahanoyCity First Mahano y City Union Malvern National Manheim Keystone Manheim Manheim mansfield First Mapleton First Marcus Hook Marcus Hook Marietta First Marietta Exchange Martinsburg First Marysville First Mauch Chunk Mauch Chunk Maytown Maytown McAdoo First Me Allis ter ville Farm ers McClure First McConnellsburg First MeVeytown McVey town Mechaniesburg First Meehanicsburg Second Mechaniesburg Me ehanicsburg Media First Media Charter Mercersburg Firs


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