Short entry

SHORT ENTRY. A term used among bankers, which takes, place when a note has been sent to a bank for collection, and an entry of it is made in the customer's bank book, stating the amount in an inner column, and carrying it out into the accounts between the parties when it has been paid.
     2. A bill of this kind remains the property of the depositor. 1 Bell's Com. 27l; 9 East, 12; 1 Rose, 153; 2 Rose, 163; 2 B. & Cr. 422; Pull. Mer. Acc. 56.

References in classic literature ?
June 21st.--A short entry must suffice in my journal to-day.
HHHH H BASED on a short entry in The Annual Register of 1797, Alix Nathan has devised a dark tale of obsession, solitude and the human mind.
THE WARLOW EXPERIMENT BY ALIX NATHAN Based on a single short entry in The Annual Register of 1797, Alix Nathan has devised a dark tale of obsession, solitude and the human mind.
Wirral borough councils lifelong and family learning service has been allocated funding from the education and skills funding agency (esfa) for revenue projects for neighbourhood learning, for which the council would like to contract providers to design and deliver innovative adult learning courses for the academic year 2018 - 2019 programmes will offer both short entry and level 1 qualifications and non-accredited (following rarpa processes) with identified guided learning hours, focused on adults aged 19+ years residing in wirral.
Nominations can be made via Broughton's website by today where adults can submit a short entry describing why their nominee deserves to win.
REARING CALVES: A very short entry of just 30 baby calves found a strong trade on the best.
It is puzzling why National Parks are the subject of a 'mini essay', while a major concept in environmental history such as wilderness has only a short entry. Some entries, where the author is not an expert, are rather patchy in quality.
To enter, please email BarclaysMascot@lexisagency.com - you'll receive a short entry form, which you must complete and send back no later than midnight on Sunday, October 28, to be in with a chance of winning.
To enter the competition, social enterprises should complete a short entry form downloadable from www.santanderseda.co.uk.
Steams was randomly selected to win the tickets after entering the contest by "liking" National Grid on Facebook and filling out a short entry form at www.facebook.com/nationalgridMAor www.facebook.com/nationalgridRI.
Features include a brief introduction by series editor, Ion Scieszka; a short entry, "About Guys Read," concerning the web-based literacy program founded by Scieszka (of which this book series is one component); short bios about the editor, illustrator, and each of the ten authors; and a full-page, black-and-white illustration at the front of each story.