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Remarks of Mr. Tallmadge, in Defence of the People of New-York, against the Charge of Bank Influence: In the Result of Their Election : Delivered in the Senate of the U.S., February 8, 1838, in reply to Mr. Hubbard, of N.H.; the Sub-treasury bill being under consideration

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Tallmadge, Nathaniel Pitcher, 1795-1864. Remarks of Mr. Tallmadge, in Defence of the People of New-York, against the Charge of Bank Influence: In the Result of Their Election : Delivered in the Senate of the U.S., February 8, 1838, in reply to Mr. Hubbard, of N.H.; the Sub-treasury bill being under consideration. Washington: Printed at the Madisonian Office, February 8, 1838, https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/3662, accessed on September 19, 2021.

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Printed at the Madisonian Office

Washington

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