The Bank of England (BoE) yesterday released the latest batch of materials from its archive, as part of an ongoing effort to digitise its extensive collection of records.
The Bank of England's archives contain 80,000 ledgers, files and individual records, dating from its foundation in 1694 to the present day. The latest release includes details of employees who served in the First World War, plea letters from prisoners facing hanging for forgery, and minutes from a range of committees, notably t
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