These men affirmed that the one cure for every distemper of the State was a land bank.
He found the land bank interest predominant in the house, and the treasury empty.
The sum expected from the land bank was near two million six hundred thousand pounds.
The remaining four thousand the artist will receive from the land bank when in the spring I mortgage the estate to a bank.
He founded a land bank which, according to contemporaries, was fairly successful and was united with that of John Briscoe in 1696.
This is not to be confused with the real credit granted by a land bank, where the value of the estate alone is considered.
The land bank would advance more than two millions and a half at seven per cent.
These blessed effects the land bank was to produce simply by issuing enormous quantities of notes on landed security.
Public credit had been deeply injured by the failure of the land bank.