PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. / EXTRA.
[Boston? 1835]. Printed newspaper extra. Folio sheet, 22.5 x 17 in., printed on both sides, in six columns of dense text and employing large display type at the head. Signed in type at the end by Andrew Jackson, Washington, 7th December, 1835. A printing of Andrew Jackson's "Message from the President of the United States to the Two Houses of Congress, December, 1835," occupying the better part of ten columns, the remaining text includes ship news and arrivals for Boston in early December, plus goods available to the Boston Market, and Prices Current, and four small advertisements. Some chipping to left margin, with no loss of text, short, two closed tears across one column, but all legible. President Jackson addresses various issues including diplomatic relations, the state of public finances, sales of public lands, suggestions for closing the Bank of the United States once its charter expires in March 1836, Indian removal "to a country west of Missouri and Arkansas," etc. Item #61964
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