Beckley, John
"An Examination of the Late Proceedings in Congress Respecting the Official Conduct of the Secretary of the Treasury"critical of Alexander Hamilton, claim that Hamilton's supporters in Congress are stockholders in the Bank of the United States, investors in public funds or otherwise involved in banking, call for repeal of law authorizing the Bank of the United States
University of Mary Washington
Part of:
Papers of James Monroe
Additional Authors:
Monroe, James
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