A Full and Correct Report of the Testimony Given Before the Joint Committee of the Legislature of 1842, Inquiring Into the Charges of Bribery and Corruption by the Banks During the Session of 1840: Together with the Proceedings Has at the Bar of the House of Representatives, in the Case of George Handy, One of the Directors of the United States Bank: and Copies of the Original Letters of Daniel M. Brodhead, Joseph Solms, Samuel R. Wood ... [and Others] as the Same Were Presented in Evidence, in the Progress of the Investigation; Accompanied by the Report of the Committee
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