Mr. Webster's speech on the currency and on the new plan for collecting and keeping the public moneys delivered in the Senate of the United States, September 28, 1837.
Washington [D.C.] :
Printed by Gales and Seaton,
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|Item Description:||"It is proper to inform the reader, that neither of these printed speeches contains all that Mr. Webster said, on the several occasions. In the first, he spoke at large on the specie circular, on the necessity of convertible paper for currency, and other topics. In the last, he replied, at some length, to Mr. Calhoun, on the general history, tendency, and effect of the banking system. But, in this publication, those parts of his speeches only are printed, which bear directly on the two propositions, which it was his principal object to establish."--P. 26.|
Reproduction of original from Huntington Library.
Sabin no. 102305.
|Physical Description:||26 p. ; 25 cm.|
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