Definition of Newland in English:

Newland

noun

historical
  • A Bank of England note of a kind originally issued by Abraham Newland, chief cashier of the Bank of England; especially a pound note issued between 1797 and 1826.

Origin

Late 18th century. From the name of Abraham Newland, chief cashier of the Bank of England from 1782 to 1807.

Pronunciation

Newland

/ˈnjuːlən(d)/