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76445561 34058468 Bank of England and the British Empire

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BANK OF ENGLAND
& THE BRITISH EMPIRE

BEHIND THE SCENES

By William P. Litynski

THE BANK OF ENGLAND

The Bank of England, officially known as “The Governor and Company of the Bank of England”, was established in 1694 when members of the English Parliament passed the Tonnage Act of 1694. The United Kingdom of Great Britain, also known as the union of England and Scotland, was established by an act of Parliament in London on May 1, 1707. (Photo: Flickr)

King William III of England (left) and h
BANK OF ENGLAND
& THE BRITISH EMPIRE

BEHIND THE SCENES

By William P. Litynski

THE BANK OF ENGLAND

The Bank of England, officially known as “The Governor and Company of the Bank of England”, was established in 1694 when members of the English Parliament passed the Tonnage Act of 1694. The United Kingdom of Great Britain, also known as the union of England and Scotland, was established by an act of Parliament in London on May 1, 1707. (Photo: Flickr)

King William III of England (left) and h

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BANK OF ENGLAND
& THE BRITISH EMPIRE
BEHIND THE SCENES
By William P. Litynski
 
THE BANK OF ENGLAND
The Bank of England, officially known as “The Governor and Company of the Bank of England”, was established in 1694 when members of theEnglish Parliament passed the Tonnage Act of 1694. The United Kingdom of Great Britain, also known as the union of England and Scotland,was established by an act of Parliament in London on May 1, 1707. (Photo:Flickr ) King William III of England (left) and his wife Queen Mary II of England (right) ruled England, Scotland, and Ireland beginning in 1689, after King James II of England was deposed in the “Glorious Revolution” in 1688. King William III of England was formerly Prince William of Orangeand a monarch from the Netherlands.

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