Now read this, then sadomize Bill Still and Ed Griffin, or skull-fuck Ellen Brown
A letter from N.M. Rothschild to the President of the United States, William Henry Harrison, dated London, April 2nd, 1841:--
"The high sense expressed in your inaugural address of the importance of the various States of the Union maintaining their credit by the fulfillment of their engagements, and the enlightened views expressed in regard to the intimate connection of their proceedings with the honor of the Republic, have produced much general satisfaction and approbation; and although aware how much the great concerns you have to direct must engross your attention, we are emboldened by those favorable sentiments to bring to your notice the circumstance of the deficiency in the means of the State of Indiana for the payment of her next dividend. A word from you, or the least interposition in her favor, could not fail to afford relief in the present exigency; and it appears to us that, in order to be effective, some measure should be adopted with as little as to delay possible. A large portion of the stock, amounting $3,600,000, has had the interest and principal made payable with our house, and it would be desirable for us to be prepared, by the 1st June, with the necessary funds for the payment of the next dividend.
"We hope you will consider the subject of the present letter to be of sufficient importance to have your attention, as we are assured you would not fail to bestow it upon any point you deemed to be connected with the interests of the great Republic you preside over; and we trust the importance we attach to it will form our excuse with you for entering fully into the explanation of our opinions.
"We beg leave to present to you the assurance of our high esteem and respect, and we have the honor to remain, sir, your obedient and humble servants,
N.M. Rothschild & Sons."
And these book-peddling morons invented letters because they are afraid of the Record and the Library (and the dipwads who sent them money for it).
Indicating, once again, that the idiot who invented the Ickleheimer letter, had no concept of reality: you think that these people, who made a president in 1841, were sitting in London in 1861, awaiting some advice from some no-name senator ?
The inaugural address was on March 4 ! Mr. Rothschild made sure that he got a copy on the first boat !!
Oh, and by the way, in 1803, Baring (Brothers of London) purchased shares in the Bank of the United States for $1,287,600 ..... do ye think they gave up on America after 1811 ?
And the hand-written original is sitting where ?:--
Daniel Webster collection | Brandeis University
August Belmont to Daniel Webster, April 21, 1841.
Enclosed are two letters forwarded from N.M. Rothschild & Sons of London
Not hidden, not locked away, not destroyed, .... IN the library, in the Congressional Globe; but none of the low-life scum who sold you books would ever have the courage to go in there
A letter from the Secretary of State (of the United States), Daniel Webster, to the Senate of the United States:--
Department of State,
Washington, June 24, 1841.
"The Secretary of State, to whom has been referred the resolution of the Senate of the 14th instant, requesting the President of the United States to 'inform the Senate, if any application has been made officially to him, or the State, or Treasury Department, by the holders of State stocks, or others on their account, respecting the payment or assumption of them; and to furnish copies of any correspondence which taken place in relation to the subject,' has the honor to report to the President, that various letters relating to the subject of State stocks have been received at this Department, copies of which, and of the papers communicated with them, are hereunto annexed, to wit: from Messrs. de Rothschild and Sons bankers of the United States in London, dated the 2d of April, 1841, addressed to the late President of the United States; extract of a letter from the same to the Secretary of State, dated the 7th of April; letter from Joshua Bates to the Secretary of State, dated the 25th of May, extract of a letter from de Rothschild and Sons, dated the 26th of May; letter to the Secretary of State from the Charge d'Affaires of the United States at the Hague, dated the 14th of May; letter from Henry J. Williams to the Secretary of State, dated 14th of June.
"These letters not appearing to require any answers, none have been given.
"To the President."
(Joshua Bates is of Baring; there was also a letter from Hope & Co. of Amsterdam)
And another by the way:
on Thursday, July 8, 1841, Mr. Sergeant [John Sergeant, Penn., Whig; Chairman of Ways and Means; studied law, admitted to the bar] stood up in the House of Representatives and threatened the South, to their face, with a civil war if they don't stop standing in the way of progress (of central bank, funded debt, etc); NOT with a splitting up the Union into two parts, but with a servile WAR !!! (putting to rest the other moron who invented the Bismarck fairy tale)
And where was Honest A. Lincoln and his Dick in 1841 ? sitting at his Whig mentor's stool, learning everything he knew.
Dear, oh dear "bankers of the United States in London" !!! how did that get here ?!
anno 1836, Andrew Jackson President
any village monkey dares to say that the Rothschilds were not heavily involved in the United States in the early days of the 19th century !?!
from N.M. Rothschild, dated London, January 6th, to Messrs. J.L. & S. Joseph & Co. of New York:
The message of your president has produced at Paris as favorable an effect as could be desired upon the question with which France has been at variance with your government, and I am happy to inform you that the French government is now prepared to make the payment, on account of the indemnity, as soon as applied for. All kinds of stocks and American securities will experience the benefits of this result.
from baron de Rothschild, dated Paris, 7th January, addressed to Messrs. J.L. & S. Joseph & Co. New York:
We felt much obliged for your kind attention in sending us the message, and have the greatest pleasure in announcing to you that that document, so admirable for the considerate, digninfied and concilliating manner in which it presents the facts bearing on the points about which so much anxiety was felt on all sides, has produced here the most favorable sensation in every quarter, raised the scruples of this government, and determined them to inform yours, through the English cabinet, that they are ready to fulfill the financial as well as the other clauses of the treaty without delay. We expect soon to receive the instalments due, and have no doubt that this happy result will be received by the American nation with as much joy as it has created generally here.
from baron Rothschild, to Messrs. J.I. Cohen, jr. & Brothers, of Baltimore, dated Paris, January 7th, 1836.
We felt obliged for your kind attention in forwarding the president's message.
The proper view taken of the question, and the considerate manner in which it is presented in the document have had the most favorable effect, and instantly set the matter at rest. It was with real satisfaction that this government came to the determination of carrying the financial point of the treaty into immediate execution -- despatches have been sent to notify it through the medium of the British cabinet, and we are confident of being soon called upon to receive the instalments.
We hail this restoration of harmony with feelings of the most sincere pleasure, and with the hope that it will give fresh impulse to the commercial intercourse between the two countries.
And I quote, from the Record:---
"Under date of the 9th, [July 1838] the Secretary [of the Treasury, Mr. Levi Woodbury] wrote to N.M. de Rothschild & Sons, bankers, of London, sending them a copy of one of the bonds, and requesting them to negotiate a sale in England if possible. A copy of the law was also transmitted. On the 11th, similar communications were addressed to the American Minister at Paris, with a request that he would consult certain bankers named, and such other persons as he might think proper, and learn if a sale of the bonds could be effected in France within the terms of the law. On the 17th of July, a gentleman of Baltimore, [J.I. Cohen, jr. & Brothers ?] of known and approved qualifications for such a service, was addressed by the Secretary, to learn if he would consent, for the compensation of eight dollars per day and the payment of his expenses, to go to Europe as the agent of the Department, to make sale of the bonds.
"In the mean time, and on the 9th of July, letters were addressed to the president of one of the leading banks in each of the cities of New York and Boston, and to a gentleman in New York, known as the resident agent there of the banking houses of the Rothschilds in London and Paris [J.L.&S. Joseph & Co. ?], invoking the advice and aid of these individuals as to the sale of the bonds in this country, or in any foreign market."
Oh, so under Mr. Van Buren's Presidency, N.M. Rothschild was already banker for the United States !! The sale of what bonds ?! whhhell, the bonds of the Bank of the United States, the Federal Government had $7,000,000 share in that enterprise. Now that Mr. Jackson put it out of existence, and it re-incarnated as a Pennsylvania bank, they want to sell their bonds.
You go into partnership with a bank;
you cannot extricate yourself without sacrificing your own investment;
legislating against the bank, you are legislating against your own investment;
try to sell the stock which will be worthless through your legislation;
you require the services of bankers, will these bankers not ask for a favour from you ?http://www.yamaguchy.com/library/uregina/1841loan.htmlhttp://www.rothschildarchive.org/textguide/?doc=/textguide/articles/american
In 1834 N.M. Rothschild succeeded in obtaining the business of undertaking the United States Government's banking interests in Europe, hitherto in the hands of Barings. The Rothschilds represented the U.S. Government until 1843, when Barings' ally, Daniel Webster, then Secretary of State, restored the accounts from Rothschilds to Barings.
News item, October, 1833.
"The Girard Bank of Philadelphia, and the Manhattan Bank of New York, have made arrangements with the American agent of the Rothschilds of London, for the loan of one and a half million dollars, each."
---Following the death of Steven Girard --who was great friend of the first Bank of the United States, and second largest shareholder in the second Bank of the United States-- enterprising gentle men acquired the name "Girard Bank" and commenced banking operations, but without the money of Steven Girard. To this new Girard Bank and the Manhattan Bank, the Bank of the United States was a competitor.
On September 25, 1833, Secretary of the Treasury, Roger Brooke Taney, issued his Treasury Order to deposite the Federal Government's moneys in certain State banks, and not in the Bank of the United States. The Girard Bank and the Manhattan Bank were designated as future receipients of Federal deposites --which gave them, and their notes, credit; would these banks not be (and have been) supporters of those who opposed and voted against the re-charter of the Bank of the United States ? Would NMR behind them, not have been opposed to the Bank of the United States ?