23d Cong., 1st Sess. 238. 1834. 22pp, disbound. Caption title [as issued]. Small tear in blank margin of title page, lightly tanned, else Very Good.
Taney, President Jackson's Secretary of the Treasury, was instrumental in withdrawing the United States deposits from the Bank of the United States and depositing them in local banks, one of which was the Union Bank of Maryland, soon to fail disastrously. The transaction was swept up in the general political controversy surrounding Jackson's decision. Item #22297