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" Not being a corporate body, having no stockholders, debtors, or property, and but few officers, it would not be obnoxious to the constitutional objections which are urged against the present bank ; and having no means to operate on the hopes, fears, or... "
The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ... - Página 434
1831
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Annals of Cleveland

United States. Work Projects Administration (Ohio) - 1938 - 510 páginas
...1830 when our currency was proverbial for its uniformity and soundness, stated that the states must be strengthened by having in their hands the means of furnishing the local paper currency through our own banks. This is the strongest evidence that could be adduced that it was his expectation that...
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British and Foreign State Papers

Great Britain. Foreign Office, Great Britain. Foreign and Commonwealth Office - 1832 - 1386 páginas
...objections which are urged against the present Bank, and having no means to operate on the hopes, fears, or interests of large masses of the Community, it...having in their hands the means of furnishing the lecal paper currency through their own Banks, while the Bank of The United States, though issuing no...
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A Legal History of Money in the United States, 1774-1970

James Willard Hurst - 2001 - 392 páginas
...if the notes were not kept redeemable in specie. Jackson's expressed concern here was, in part, that "the states would be strengthened by having in their...the local paper currency through their own banks." ' s At sharp variance with the president, the House Ways and Means Committee in 1830 found that a prime...
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Correspondence of James K. Polk: 1817-1832

James Knox Polk - 1969 - 736 páginas
...objections which are urged against the 'present Bank, and having no means to operate on the hopes, fears, or interests of large masses of the community, it...would be shorn of the influence which makes that Bank formidable."4 It would be just as reasonable to say that the present administration, in its support...
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Bankers' Magazine, Journal of the Money Market and Commercial Digest, Volumen25

1865 - 1434 páginas
...objections which are urged against the present bank ; and having no means to operate on the hopes, fears, or interests of large masses of the community, it...The states would be strengthened by having in their own hands the means of furnishing the local paper currency through their own banks, while the Bank...
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Niles' Weekly Register, Volumen39

1831 - 496 páginas
...against the present hank; and having no means to operate on the hopes, fears, or interests of large mines of the community, it would be shorn of the. influence which makes that hank formidable. The stale« would be strengrhemtj by having in their hands Ihe means of furnishing...
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