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Barings Bank, William Bingham and the rise of the American nation
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|LC Classifications||HG2998.B36 T43 2010|
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|LC Control Number||2009046463|
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Format Book Published Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., c Description viii, p.: ill., maps ; 23 cm. Notes. ByBaring Brothers Bank and its Dutch associate had financed the Louisiana Purchase, a remarkable achievement due in no small part to the bank's connections with a number of influential characters, namely would-be Senator William Bingham.
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B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are 5/5(1). Thomas Willing, William Bingham's father-in-law and Barings' client at Philadelphia sincewas the bank's president and so its use of Baring's firm in making London payments, undertaking exchange transactions, and providing credits was seemingly inevitable.
Withdrawal from businessBorn: 18 AprilLarkbeare House, near Exeter. The daughter of William Bingham, Anne Louise Bingham, married Alexander Baring (of the Baring banking family) in Alexander Baring (p1; pp) was elected to the Bank of England Court of Directors.
William Bingham’s other daughter, Maria Bingham, married Henry Baring. His wealth can be attributed in part to slavetrading. Willing also had private business with the Barings of London. Two of Willing's Granddaughters marry sons of Francis Baring, co-founder of Barings Bank.
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