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Wright, Silas:

SPEECH...ON MR. CLAY'S RESOLUTIONS IN RELATION TO THE REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES OF THE GOVERNMENT. DELIVERED IN THE SENATE, MARCH 2, 1842.

[Washington?: 1842] 23pp, stitched, caption title [as issued], moderate wear. Good+. Senator Wright of New York was an influential Jacksonian reformer, chairing the Senate Finance Committee and bitterly opposing the recharter of the Bank of the United States. In policy matters, he was far removed from Henry Clay, champion of the American System, Bank of the United States, and government-sponsored internal improvements. The gulf is well illustrated by this speech. FIRST EDITION. AI 42-5338 [1]. 675 NUC 0470351 [2].


Book Id: 12115

Price: $75.00

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