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Elihu Chauncey letters
Four substantive letters by Chauncey, Philadelphia attorney and financier to Daniel Webster, concerning politics during the 1830s. Writing after president Jackson vetoed the act to renew the charter for the Second Bank of the United States, Chauncey discusses nominations for directors of the bank and the removal of federal deposits, among other topics. He also comments on Webster's rising popularity as the presidential election of 1836 approached.
- 1833-12-21 - 1834-05-05
- Chauncey, Elihu, 1779-1847 (Author, Person)
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