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£1 NOTES.

To the Editor. Sir, —Can you inform your correspondent whether onc-pound notes are in circulation in England I —Yours truly, Paddy Murphy. [One pound notes are not generally in circulation in England. In the north of England they are made use of, but in all the the southern portion of the country from sixty miles north of London they are not in circulation. LI notes are in daily use in Ireland and Scotland, but a shilling discount is usually charged on these when they are presented for cashing in any part of England.]— Ed. A.G.

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£1 NOTES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 80, 30 March 1880

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