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List of the Stockholders, (With the amount of Stock held by each Jan. 1, 1849,) in the Banks of Maine.
1849
 

The Report of and Testimony Taken Before the Joint Committee of the Senate and House of Delegates of Maryland To which was referred the memorials of John B. Morris, Reverdy Johnson and others; praying indemnity for losses sustained by reason of the Riots in Baltimore, in the month of August, eighteen hundred and thirty-five.
1836
 

Report of the Committee on Banks, Submitted to the House of Representatives, Nov. 12, 1845...
1845
 

A True Abstract, of the Statement of the Several Bank Corporations in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Rendered January, 1819. [Caption title]. Oblong small folio broadside, silked. Typographical border.
1819
 

Proceedings at the Republican Celebration, at Washington, of the Extinguishment of the National Debt, and the Victory at New Orleans.
1835
 

National Banks, with Their Redemption Agencies, September 1, 1866. [Caption title]. [Wrapper title, as well].
1866
 

Mendon, Massachusetts, Bank Account Ledger April 1825 - May 1832.Thick folio. 360 pp. Full contemp. sheep with leather tips. Imprinted title red leather--“Mendon Bank”. Marbled endpapers. Ink. Fine.
1825
 

An Act to Incorporate the Bank of Penn Township, in the County of Philadelphia, and an Act to Recharter Certain Banks, Together with Several Acts of Assembly Relating to Banks; and the By-Laws of the Bank of Penn Township.
1828
 

Providence Institution for Savings Daily Statement Ledger. January 1860 - January 1864. 12 x 17.75 inches. 350 pp. Left-hand columns printed, remaining columns filled in ink. Highly legible. Contemp. morocco with gilt stamping; spine shot, but hinges sound; a few signatures loose.
1860
 

Memorial To the Hon. General Assembly … at their Session to be holden on the last Monday in October, 1839, the undersigned, Freeman of the town of Cumberland--Respectfully represent--that at a meeting of Delegates from Different Banks in this State, held in Providence … it was recommended that the several Banks of this State should suspend the payment of their debts; and … that all, or nearly all of said Institutions, have from that time to the present, utterly refused payment of all claims presented…. [Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 16” x 8," text in three columns, signed in type by Fenner Brown, Aaron White, Jr., “and four others,” dated Cumberland, October, 1839 at conclusion. Some spotty foxing at top. Very good.
1839
 

Charter of the Grocers and Producers Bank, Providence, R.I.
1853
 

Bank (?) Ledger of Samuel B. King. 1819-21. Bound Ledger “Waste & Journal,” 8.25 x 13 inches. Contemp. calf backed marbled boards. 47 filled pp. Some over pasting of news articles. Browned, brittle, partly disbound. Legible ink.
1819
 

Office Bank of the United States (Second Bank of the United States) and The Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Company. Cancelled Personal Checks and Receipts Signed by Samuel Williams. Cincinnati. 1811-1839 (bulk 1832). Most 2.5" x 6." 31 Documents. Fraying, penned x’s, few tears.
1816
 

The Bank Case. A Report in the Cases of the Bank of South Carolina, and the Bank of Charleston, Upon Scire Facias To Vacate Their Charters, for Suspending Specie Payments, with the Final Argument and Determination Thereof, in the Court for the Correction of Errors of South Carolina, in the Years 1842, and 1843.
1844
 

Suffolk Bank Records. 1857-58. 125 pp. Notebook 6.5 x 8 inches. First nine pages over pasted with news clipping dealing with pre Civil War issues. Contemp. marbled boards, rubbing, pages browned. Legible ink.
1857
 

Knox County Bank Ledger. Bills Receivable from July 1, 1860 to August 31, 1867. Bound ledger 8.5 x 13 inches, 431 pp. Contemp. marbled boards, calf spine. Cover & spine worn. Bite out of right hand section of pages, minimal loss, no text affected.
1860
 

ANON. An Exhibit of the Losses Sustained at the Office of Discount and Deposit Baltimore, under the Administration of James A. Buchanan, President...to which is appended a Report of the Conspiracy Cases, Tried at Harford County Court in Maryland.
1823
 

ANON. The National Finances and a National Bank.
1863
 

ANON. Bishop's Bonus, Seabury College, Divine Right of Presbyterianism, and Divine Right of Episcopacy: in a Series of Essays...Together with a Concluding Number, from the Writer Under the Signature of "Toleration"...
1816
 

ANON. (Hard Times: Printed in the Charleston Courier, Sept. 1857.) [Wrapper title; not present here].
1857
 

ANON. Political and Moral Justice: or the Principles of a Free Government, Supported by the Highest Authorities.
1807
 

ARTHUR, T.S. Riches Have Wings; or, a Tale for the Rich and Poor.
1847
 

ATWELL, SAMUEL Y. & RHODE-ISLAND REPUBLICAN--Extra--Newport, Mar. 7th, 1838. An Abstract From the Returns of the several Banks of Rhode Island, &c. as made to the Bank Commissioners...[Caption title]. Folio broadside.
1838
 

BANK of OWEGO, N.Y. Circular. (At a meeting of the board of Directors … Dec. 31, 1853, the following Report … was read, approved, and adopted…. [Caption and beginning of text]. Broadsheet, 10-7/8” x 9-1/8," printed on light blue paper with integral blank leaf. Small stain in upper margin. An attractive copy.
1854
 

BAYARD, THOMAS FRANC Speech...in Favor of the Resolution Withdrawing from United States Notes Legal-Tender Power, in the Senate of the United States, January 27, 1880.
1880
 

BEACH, GEORGE. To the Stockholders of the Phoenix Bank. [Caption title].
1837
 

BENTON, THOMAS H. Supplement to the National Gazette. [Caption title]. Folio. 4 columns to the page. 4 pp. Heavily foxed. Old folds somewhat worn.
1831
 

BERKEY, WILLIAM A. The Money Question. The Legal Tender Paper Monetary System of the United States. An Analysis of the Specie Basis or Bank Currency System, and of the Legal Tender Paper Money System...
1876
 

BIDDLE, NICHOLAS. Letter as President of the Bank of the United States, to Charles W. Wells, Cashier, Office of Discount and Deposit, BUS branch in New Orleans, Oct. 31, 1825. 1 p., conjugate leaf addressed. Sm. 4to. In ink. Signed "N. Biddle." Very neat & legible.
1825
 

BROWN, DAVID PAUL. The March of Aristocracy. Ca. 1825 - 30. Hand Written Essay Signed “A Spectator," the whole very likely written in Brown's hand. 7 x 12 inches, folded in half, tied with thread, 8 pp. Browned, pages loose. Very legible hand.
1830
 

CLARK, J.F. The Society in Search of Truth; or, Stock Gambling in San Francisco. A Novel.
1878
 

COLTON, CALVIN. Reply to Webster. A Letter to Daniel Webster...in Reply to His Legal Opinion to Baring, Brothers & Co. Upon the Illegality and Unconstitutionality of State Bonds, and Loans of State Credit. By Junius.
1840
 

COMSTOCK, A.M. American Finance: Based on Gold, Silver, National Credit, and All the Wealth, Enterprise and Labor in the United States. A Self-Redeeming, Self-Regulating, Self-Sustaining Revenue-Producing National Currency.
1875
 

DICKESON, MONTROVILL The American Numismatic Manual of the Currency or Money of the Aborigines, and Colonial, State, and United States Coins. With Historical and Descriptive Notices of Each Coin or Series.
1865
 

DICKESON, MONTROVILL The American Numismatic Manual of the Currency or Money of the Aborigines, and Colonial, State, and United States Coins. With Historical and Descriptive Notices of Each Coin or Series.
1859
 

DUANE, W.J. Narrative and Correspondence Concerning the Removal of the Deposites, and Occurrences Connected Therewith.
1838
 

ECKFELDT, JACOB & W. A Manual of Gold and Silver Coins of All Nations, Struck Within the Past Quarter Century. Showing Their History, and Legal Basis, and Their Actual Weight, Fineness and Value, Chiefly from Original and Recent Assays. With which are Incorporated Treatises on Bullion and Plate, Counterfeit Coins, Specific Gravity of Precious Metals...Illustrated by Numerous Engravings of Coins, Executed by the Medal Ruling Machine, and Under the Direction of Joseph Saxon, of the United States Mint.
1842
 

FELT, JOSEPH B. An Historical Account of Massachusetts Currency.
1839
 

FISK, THEOPHILUS. POLITICAL REFORMER. Vol. I, No. 1 [all]. December 25, 1840.
1840
 

GALLATIN, ALBERT. Considerations on the Currency and Banking System of the United States.
1831
 

GIBBONS, J.S. The Banks of New-York, Their Dealers, the Clearing House, and the Panic of 1857. With a Financial Chart. Thirty Illustrations, by Herrick.
1859
 

GIRARD, STEPHEN. Merchant's Shipping Ledger. January 2 - December 31, 1795. Folio. 326 pp. Ink, with ink script on cover “Blotter no. 9 commenced 2nd January 1795 ending 31 December 1795”. Contemp. plain paper wraps. Very good.
1795
 

GODDARD, THOMAS H. A General History of the Most Prominent Banks in Europe: Particularly the Banks of England and France; a Full History of the Late and Present Bank of the United States...a Statistical and Comparative View of the Moneyed Institutions of New York, and Twenty-Four Other Principal Cities of the United States....Also, A. Hamilton's Report to Congress on Currency...and McDuffie's Report on Currency, Presented to the last Congress.
1831
 

GOUGE, WILLIAM M. A Short History of Paper Money and Banking in the United States...
1833
 

HAMILTON, ALEXANDER. The Report of the Secretary of the Treasury...on the Subject of a National Bank...
1811
 

HAZARD, THOMAS R. Facts for the Laboring Man: By a Laboring Man. [# 1-12 (all)].
1840
 

HENSHAW, DAVID. Remarks Upon the Bank of the United States, Being an Examination of the Report of the Committee of Ways and Means Made to Congress, April, 1830. By a Merchant.
1831
 

HENSHAW, DAVID. Invoice to E[dmund] Dwight from David Henshaw, Boston, Feb. 3, 1815 for 17 Items, Printed Billhead & Holograph.
1815
 

HENSHAW, DAVID. A Refutation, by His Friends, of the Calumnies Against David Henshaw, in Relation to the Failure of the Commonwealth Bank, and the Transfer of South Boston Lands to the United States.
1844
 

HEYWOOD, E.H. Hard Cash: An Essay to Show That Financial Monopolies Hinder Enterprise and Defraud Both Labor and Capital: That Panics and Business Revulsions, Caused by Arbitrary Interference with Production and Exchange, Will Be Effectually Prevented Only Through Free Money.
1875
 

HILLHOUSE, JAMES. Broadside Printed Form, with holograph signature of Hillhouse at conclusion as [corrected in ms. to: Comr.] of the School Funds, dated at head, Hartford, March [1st], 1815. Small 4to. [1] page. Docketed “James Hillhouse/April, 1815” in an unknown hand on verso. Old folds, minor wear and browning to fore-edge.
1815
 

HOMANS, J. SMITH Ed. The Banker's Common-Place Book: Containing I.--A Treatise on Banking. By A.B. Johnson...II.--Ten Minutes' Advice on Keeping a Banker. By J.W. Gilbart...XI.--On the Duties and Misdoings of Bank Directors. By A. B. Johnson)....
1870
 

HURD, JOHN R. A National Bank, or No Bank; an Appeal to the Common Sense of the People of the United States: Especially of the Laboring Classes.
1842
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. American and Herald Extra. Saturday, July 14, 1832. Message from the President of the United States, Returning the Bank bill, with his objections...[Caption title & partial text]. Folio broadside, in six columns. Rebacked, slight damage on old folds. Early owner's name in ink showing through at top.
1832
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. The Veto Message. Message from the President of the United States, Returning the Bank Bill, with his objections, &c. [Caption title].
1832
 

JAMES, JOSEPH & DANI A System of Exchange with Almost All Parts of the World. To which is added, The India Directory, for Purchasing the Drugs and Spices of the East-Indies, &c.
1800
 

JOHNSON, REVERDY. Reply to a Pamphlet Entitled "A Brief Exposition of Matters Relating to the Bank of Maryland," with an Examination into Some of the Causes of the Bankruptcy of That Institution.
1834
 

KAUFMANN, LEVI 1833- Banker's Letterbook,1866-68. Large 4to. 300 pp. Onion skin holographic retained letters book. A few copies of letters received. Contemp. boards, red calf spine. Some bleed through, browning, but legible.
1866
 

KENDALL, AMOS Editor Containing an Epitome of the Proceedings of Congress and Dissertations Upon Currency, Exchanges, the Tariff, and Other Subjects, with a Summary of Current News. Vol. I, # 1-26. Feb. 3-Dec. 16, 1841. Plus an Extra for March 20, 1841, containing a Proclamation by Harrison.
1841
 

KNIGHT, GOV. NEHEMIA Gov. Knight's Address to the Farmers of Rhode-Island. October, 1832.
1832
 

LEIGH, BENJAMIN V.. Speech of Mr. Leigh, of Virginia, on Mr. Benton's Motion to Expunge from the Journal of the Senate the Resolution of March 28, 1834, Declaring the President's Conduct in Removing the Public Deposites from the Bank of the United States, Illegal and Unconstitutional.
1836
 

LESTER, FRANK M. Handbook of Chicago Stocks and Bonds.
1889
 

LEWIS, DIXON. The Nullifier, No. I. An Address to the State Rights party of Alabama, on the proposed divorce of the Government and the banks. [Caption title]. [In] Washington Chronicle. Vol. I, No. 59, Washington City, Thursday, June 14, 1838.
1838
 

MARTIN, JOSEPH G. Twenty-One Years in the Boston Stock Market, or Fluctuations Therein from January 1, 1835, to january 1, 1856...
1856
 

McDUFFIE, GEORGE. Bank of the United States. [Caption title].
1830
 

MOORE, L.W.. Bank Robbery. The following Bonds, &c. property of private depositors and the Middlesex Institution for Savings, were stolen from the safe of the Concord National Bank (Mass.), on the 25th of Sept., 1865…. [Caption title]. Broadside circular, 11” x 7." Title followed by lists of numbered securities, signed in type by Geo[rge] Heywood, President of the Concord National Bank, and Geo[rge] M. Brooks, President of the Middlesex Institution, at conclusion. Old folds, a couple of creases. Very good.
1865
 

MORSE, JOHN TORREY. One (1) p. ALS to Mssrs. John Wilson & Sons. 35 Congress St., Boston. May 26, 1879. Sheet 5 x 8.25 inches. Blue engraved stationery, no cover. Folds, pinholes, small brown spot, very good.
1879
 

NEW HAMPSHIRE UNION Manuscript Stock Journal of the New Hampshire Union Bank of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 1799-1844. With extremely large and handsome bookseller's ticket of Samuel Larkin's Portsmouth Book-store on front paste-down (Larkin was a stockholder). Written in ink, in a variety of hands, with autographs, often multiple, of all stockholders, including many of leading citizens of New Hampshire.
1799
 

PERKINS, HENRY I. Fifty Dollars Reward. Some person or persons entered the subscribers house...and stole the following articles...[Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 10" x 15".
1833
 

POTTER, ASA Secretar Abstract Exhibiting the Condition of the Banks of Rhode Island...[and] ...Institutions for Savings...
1853
 

RASBACH, JOHN A. Banking Documents of John A. Rasbach, Some Dealing with E. Remington & Sons. Herkimer, New York. 1856. American Exchange Bank, New York, 16 pp., Albany City Bank, Frankfort Bank, Herkimer County Bank, Bank of Central New York, Agricultural Bank, Onandaga County Bank, Mohawk Valley Bank, and H.J. Miner's Bank. 12 pp. Letter from Berry P. Churchill to J.A. Rasbach, Little Falls, February 18, 1856, 1 p. Most 8 x 10 inches Letterhead Sheets. 29 pp. total. Folds, light browning, small tears at folds.
1856
 

SEWARD, WILLIAM H. Speech of William H. Seward, on the Resolutions Concerning the Removal of the Government Deposites. In the Senate of New-York, January, 1834.
1834
 

SPAULDING, E.G. History of the Legal Tender Paper Money Issued During the Great Rebellion. Being a Loan without Interest and a National Currency....
1869
 

SPAULDING, E.G. A Resource of War--the Credit of the Government Made Immediately Available. History of the Legal Tender Paper Money Issued During the Rebellion. Being a Loan without Interest and a National Currency.
1869
 

SPOONER, LYSANDER. Considerations for Bankers, and Holders of United States Bonds.
1864
 

STAFFORD, MARSHALL. The Life of James Fisk, Jr., Being a Full and Accurate Narrative of All the Enterprises in Which He Has Been Engaged.
1872
 

STILES, S. 2-1/2 pp. 4to. ALS for Danforth, Spencer & Hufty Bank Note Printers. New York, May 14, 1846. To S. H. Mann of Cleveland, Ohio. Sheet, blue paper, ink, folded self-mailer with address & post mark. Slight tears at folds, small hole from seal, very legible.
1846
 

SUMNER, WILLIAM G. A History of American Currency...to which is appended "The Bullion Report".
1874
 

THOMAS, FRANCIS. United State Bank. May 22, 1834. Mr. Thomas, from the committee appointed to investigate the affairs of the Bank of the United States, made the following Report:...[Caption title].
1834
 

UNTERMYER, SAMUEL. Argument Before U.S. Senate Committee on Banking and Currency in Support of Senate Bill No. 3895 to Regulate the Use of the Mails, Telegraph and Telephone by Stock Exchanges. [Wrapper title].
1914
 

WEBSTER, DANIEL. Mr. Webster's Speeches in the Senate, Upon the Question of Renewing the Charter of the Bank of the United States. Delivered May 25, and 28, 1832.
1832
 

WILBER, E.J. & E.P. A Treatise on Counterfeit, Altered, and Spurious Bank Notes, with Unerring Rules for the Detection of Frauds in the Same. Illustrated with Original Steel, Copper, and Wood Plate Engravings...Together with a History of Ancient Money, Continental Currency, Banks, Banking, Bank of England, Our American Bank-Note Companies, and Other Valuable Information as to Money.
1865
 

WIRT, WILLIAM. Letter in a Clerk's Hand, Signed & Docketed by Wirt, to John Donnell, Esq. Washinton, DC March 6, 1823. One page hand written in ink with outer fold addressed to “John Donnell, Esquire, Office Discount Bank US. Baltimore”. Red wax seal broken. Paper watermarked “J Whatman Turkey Mill 1821”. Slight browning, very small tears, good.
1823
 

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