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Correspondence between Gen. Andrew Jackson, John C. Calhoun, President James Monroe, John Quincy Adams concerning the Conduct of the Seminole Campaign. In Niles' Weekly Register. Fourth Series. No.1Ð Vol. IV. Vol.XL, Whole No. 1015, pp. March 5, 1831.

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Published by Baltimore, MD. H. Niles. ., 1831
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24 pp. 8vo. The text of an extensive correspondence, chiefly between Andrew Jackson and John C. Calhoun, President and Vice President, pertaining to Calhoun's alleged earlier criticism of Jackson's conduct of the Seminole Campaign in Florida in Cabinet Meetings. It consists of numerous accusations of misbehavior on each side with attempts in the controversy to engage President Monroe, John Quincy Adams, William H. Crawford and others. The allegation against Jackson was that he had exceeded his authority in taking Pensacola., a Spanish post. Calhoun ends this correspondence on a very hostile note, essentially calling Crawford a liar in a letter to him. Crawford, a recent Presidential candidate had proposed that Jackson be disciplined for the invasion of Florida and later tried to make it appear that Calhoun was responsible for the criticism of Jackson. Other articles include a note on the still unsettled boundary between the United States and Canada, procedings of the Senate and House, an argument between Poland and Russia, notes on the formation of the country of Belgium, etc. A rich issue Very Good. Bookseller Inventory # 10170

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Title: Correspondence between Gen. Andrew Jackson, ...

Publisher: Baltimore, MD. H. Niles. .

Publication Date: 1831

Binding: Self wraps. Disbound.

Edition: First Edition.

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