Supplement to the [Boston] Daily Advertiser & Patriot. Speech {suppressed by the previous question} of Mr. John Quincy Adams of Massachusetts, on the removal of the public deposites [sic] and its reasons. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS.

Supplement to the [Boston] Daily Advertiser & Patriot. Speech {suppressed by the previous question} of Mr. John Quincy Adams of Massachusetts, on the removal of the public deposites [sic] and its reasons

[Boston: Nathan Hale, 1834]. Octavo, pp. 32; a very good copy with some light toning to text in original self wrappers, sewn into recent drab paper wrappers. Former president Adams protests current president Jackson's removal of public monies from the Massachusetts branch of the US Bank. Congressman Adams was thwarted in his attempt to present his views to the House; his speech appeared in 3 separate editions in 1834 (also Washington, DC, and West Chester) of which the DC edition is now more commonly held and available for purchase. American Imprints, 22831; Sabin, 306. Item #28461

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