1834 · [Hudson, N.Y.?
The first five pages list the delegates by County, in four columns per page. These loyal Democrats advise "that our confidence in the integrity and ability of Andrew Jackson, has increased, with the violence and rancor of the opponents of his administration." His exercise of the veto, particularly of the rechartering of the Bank of the United States, is applauded. That veto, with Jacksonian monetary policies, has had a most beneficial effect on the banking and commerce of the Union.
OCLC 318607893 [2- Syracuse U., U NE] [as of November 2015]. (Inventory #: 28148)