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The Story of Central Banking in the United States

Addresses in the Houses of Congress

Thomas Hart Benton (1782-1858) Senator Benton :
Removal of the Creek Indians from Georgia
February 2, 1831. –Non-renewal of the Charter
January 20, 1832. –Illegal Currency, errors of Tocqueville
Removal of Deposits –Panic Session 1833
March 21, 1834. –The Gold Currency
Attempted Investigation of the Bank – death of John Randolph
Attempt on General Jackson
September 18, 1837. – Treasury notes
September 22, 1837. –Divorce bank and state
Transmigration of the Bank of the United States
March 10, 1838. –Clay–Calhoun debate
Debate between Clay and Calhoun, rejoinders
March 14, 1838. –wars, ruins, panics, alarms
Last Notice of the Bank of the United States
Disunion, secession
Henry Clay Senator John Calhoun :
Calhoun 1834 January 13 -- State rights no more
Calhoun 1834 March 21 --renew the charter
Calhoun 1837 September 18, Treasury Notes
Calhoun 1837 October 03 --Independent Treasury
Calhoun 1838 February 15 Independent Treasury
Calhoun 1838 March 22, Reply to Webster
The Edgefield letter
Calhoun 1841 August 24 distribution
Senator Daniel Webster :
Webster May 25, 1832. –the sweat of the poor
Webster, July 8, 1833, Protection of industry
Webster 1834 March 18, Renew the Charter
Webster 1837 September 28, The Currency
Webster 1838 March 12, Reply to Calhoun
Webster 1838 March 22, Reply to Calhoun
 
Monetary Acts
Henry Clay in 1811 before he changed his mind   | Mr. Porter, Johnson & Eppes
Act of June 30, 1812 – Treasury Notes
Bank of the United States 1816, April 10.   debates
Renew the Charter in 1832 |   Mr. Clayton | Mr. Root | Mr. Hill
Treasury notes, October 12, 1837
Independent Treasury -- Henry Clay | Duncan | Smith | Thomas Benton
Silas Wright 1839
1840— State Debt, Benton | Clement Comer |
Summer of 1841 — Sub-Treasury | Silas Wright | Benton
Fiscal Bank | b | Morehead short history | party vote | Fiscal Corporation
Loan Bill | Pickens | Benton, July 19 | Brown Whig campaign
Report of 1838, 1844
Buchanan Annual Message December 8, 1857.
Act of December 23, 1857 |    Senate |   Dec 19 |   House |   Dec 21
Act of December 17, 1860
Act of July 17, 1861 — 1st Vallandigham speech
Act of August 5, 1861
Act of April 12, 1866 Contraction of currency   b     c     d     e     f
Stop Reduction of Currency 1868 Janury 23 --- b
Report of the Finance Committee, 1867, December 17.
Samuel Cary, 1868 January 7 | James Garfield, May 15, 1868.
Senator Sherman, 1868 February 27
4th Annual Message, Johnson, 1868 December 9
Senate response to Johnson, December 14, 1868.
Credit Strengthening Act, January 20, 1869.   b   c   d
Credit Strengthening Act, March 18, 1869.

Senator James R. Doolittle of Wisconsin, in the Senate, January 23 and February 24, 1868. re-construction, africanization, negro citizenship
Senator Thomas W. Ferry of Michigan, in the Senate of the United States, March 10, 1874.   Currency, Free Banking, Resumption
Representative William D. Kelley of Pennsylvania in the House of Representatives, April 4, 1874.   3.65 inter-changeable bonds
Senator John P. Jones of Nevada in the Senate of the United States, April 24, 1876.  Resumption and the Double Standard
Senator Thomas W. Ferry of Michigan, in the Senate of the United States, May 2, 1878.   Greenbacks as good as coin
Senator William M. Stewart of Nevada, in the Senate, May 1, 1888.   Combination between Bank of England and Treasury
Senator William M. Stewart of Nevada, in the Senate, June 1, 1892.   The Story of Silver de-Monetization

Debate on the "Aldrich Bill" (S 3023) amendment of national banking laws :
Senator Joseph W. Bailey of Texas, March 9, 1908;  expanding on Mr. Calhoun's ideas   Who should issue the legal tender of the United States
Senator James P. Clarke of Arkansas, in the Senate of the United States, March 11, 1908.   Is there any need for emergency currency ?
Senator Robert M. LaFollette of Wisconsin, in the Senate, March 17, 1908.   Financial oligarchy and the story of the 1907 panic
Senator Robert M. LaFollette of Wisconsin, in the Senate, March 19, 1908.   Railway water stocks as basis of legal tender circulation
Senator Robert M. LaFollette of Wisconsin, in the Senate of the United States, March 24, 1908.   More on industrial concentration