Título: Mr. Webster's Second Speech on The ...
Editorial: Unknown, Unknown
Año de publicación: 1838
Encuadernación: Self Wrappers
Condición del libro: Collectible-Very Good
31-page pamphlet. Uncut page edges. Unopened pages. Front cover mostly loose. The speaker opened his comments by stating his opposition to this bill. He continues: "The functions of this Government which, in time of peace, most materially affect the happiness of the People, are those which respect commerce and revenue. Ths bill before us touches both these great interests. It proposes to act directly on the revenue and expenditure of Government, and it is expected to act, also, indirectly, on commerce and currency.". N° de ref. de la librería 4779
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