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Speech [suppressed by the previous question] of Mr. John Quincy Adams, of Massachusetts, on the removal of the public deposites, and its reasons.

Adams, John Quincy.

Published by Pr. by Gales and Seaton, Washington, 1834
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Adams criticizes President Jackson's controversial move intructing the Treasury Secretary to remove all public deposits from the Bank of the United States and deposit them into selected state banks. He calls this move "an arbitrary removal of public moneys from the place where they had been deposited by law, to a place arbitrarily selected by the Secretary, without law and against law." 8vo. 43, [3 (blank)] pp. Sabin 306. Sewn as issued. Front page soiled. Creased from lengthwise folding, and folding over lower outer corner. Very good. Bookseller Inventory # 4019

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Title: Speech [suppressed by the previous question]...

Publisher: Pr. by Gales and Seaton, Washington

Publication Date: 1834

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