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Book #3, The Road To Being Canada" (1815-1867)
Chapter 16, Money
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FN1 Ch16 The Dalhousie Journals (Oberon Press: In 3 vols.: 1978, 1981, & 1982), Vol. 1, p. 40.

FN2 Ch16 Thomas Beamish Akins, "History of Halifax City," NSHS, #8, pp. 178-9.

FN3 Ch16 Donald H. Flick, "Early Money in Nova Scotia: A Short History of Currency, Exchange and Finance," NSHR, #1:2, p. 12.

FN4 Ch16 Ibid., pp. 12-3.

FN5 Ch16 Letters from Nova Scotia (London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, 1830), pp. 86-8.

FN6 Ch16 See An Economic History of England: The 18th Century (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 5th ed., 1906) where T. S. Ashton made reference to filers and clippers, and the melting pot, pp. 173-4.

FN7 Ch16 Murdoch, vol. 3, p. 538.

FN8 Ch16 T. S. Ashton, An Economic History of England: The 18th Century, p. 177.

FN9 Ch16 Murdoch, vol. 3, p. 415. Murdoch (vol. 3, p. 450) referenced where government issued further notes in 1820 to the extent of £20,000 in denominations of £2 and £1.

FN10 Ch16 Paul Johnson, The Birth of the Modern (New York: HarperCollins, 1991), p. 862.

FN11 Ch16 "History of Halifax City," NSHS, #8, p. 195.

FN12 Ch16 Report of Sir John Harvey, October 18th, 1848, as found in "Report of the Boards of Trustees of the Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1947," p. 28.

FN13 Ch16 See the chronology contained in Bank of Nova Scotia; The history of the Bank of Nova Scotia: 1832-1932 (Halifax: n.d.); and see, Donald H. Flick, "Early Money in Nova Scotia: A Short History of Currency, Exchange and Finance," NSHR, #1:2, p. 13.

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