Author:McCulloch, Hugh


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Addresses, Speeches, Lectures and Letters upon Various Subjects

By: McCulloch, Hugh

Price: $100.00

Publisher: Wm. H. Lepley, Printer. Washington, D. C. 1890.: 1890

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 665

Condition: Collectible-Very Good

Inscribed by McCulloch, Lincoln's Treasury Secretary (front end paper). Chipping spine top; slight chipping spine bottom. Wear to corners. Front end papers split at spine top, small damp stain and one inch tear page top. The author speaks and writes about many issues including the Civil War in 1861 and 1865 (the beginning and the end); money; currency -- legal tender notes; silver certificates; the tariff; taxation; import duties; foreign exchange; the right to vote; labor-saving inventions; labor; a Republic form of government; etc. View more info

Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, in Answer to A Resolution of the House of 16th Instant, Relative to Obstructions in Savannah River; Letter Dated January 24, 1868 (Cover Title)

By: McCulloch, Hugh.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: (Washington, D. C.), House of Representatives: 1868

Seller ID: 4521

Condition: Collectible-Very Good

House of Representatives. Ex. Doc. No. 123. Front and rear cover pages loose. From page 1: ".during the late rebellion, a large number of vessels, cribs, and other obstructions, were placed in the channel of the Savannah river by the so-called confederate government, to bar access to the city by the naval and military forces of the United States". The issue for discussion is who is authorized to remove obstructions and who can lay claim to the materials. Captured and abandoned property. View more info