- tallies of loan
- Bills of credit which were issued by the officers of the English exchequer when a temporary loan wits necessary to meet the exigencies of government. They were first termed “tallies of loans and orders of repayment,” charged on the credit of the exchequer in general, and made assignable from one person to another. Baldwin's Views on Cases (US) 11 Pet 120; Views on Brisco v Commonwealth Bank of Kentucky, 9 L Ed 931.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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