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Alexander Hamilton examines Jefferson's address to Congress - part IV...



Item # 665359

January 26, 1802

THE BALANCE & COLUMBIAN REPOSITORY, Hudson, New York, Jan. 26, 1802  Starting on page 2 and carrying over to page 3 is: "Examination Of The President's Message, Number IV" signed in type by: Lucius Crassus, the pen name of Alexander Hamilton.
A website notes: "Hamilton’s “Examination of Jefferson’s Message to Congress of December 7, 1801,” in which Hamilton, writing as Lucius Crassus (one of the great Roman orators), wrote of the need for “prudent aids and encouragements on the part of government” in addition to recognizing the important role and power of markets to bring economic growth. 
Additional reports include: "TRAITS OF WOMEN", "TREATIES", "DIVERSITY", and more.
Eight pages, 9 by 10 3/4 inches, in very good condition.
*Additional portions of Hamilton's "Examination" may be available as well. Be in touch if interested.

Item from Catalog 288 (released for November, 2019)...

Category: Pre-Civil War

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