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Veto of Maysville Road.

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Source(s):Veto of Maysville Road. 8/1/2017, p483. 10p.

Abstract:Presents the president's message to the United States House of Representatives on May 27, 1830, regarding his veto of a bill to construct the Maysville Road. The bill to authorize a subscription of stock in the Maysville, Washington, Paris, and Lexing...

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Coxey's program, 1894--1. Non-Interest-Bearing Bond Bill.

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Source(s):Coxey's Program, 1894--1 Non-Interest-Bearing Bond Bill. 8/1/2017, p301. 3p.

Abstract:Presents the Good Roads Bill and the Non-Interest-Bearing Bond Bill taken from Jacob S. Coxey's publication `Cause and Cure,' Volume II, as they were introduced in the US House of Representatives in June 1894. Functions of the bills; Different section...

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Veto of the Bonus Bill.

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Source(s):Veto of the Bonus Bill. 8/1/2017, p1. 2p.

Abstract:Presents the text of the United States president's March 3, 1817 veto of the Bonus Bill, an initiative which would have allocated federal funds for infrastructure development in the several states. The president's constitutional reasons for vetoing th...

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Veto of the Cumberland Road Bill.

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Source(s):Veto of the Cumberland Road Bill. 8/1/2017, p1. 1p.

Abstract:Presents the text of the United States president's May 4, 1822 veto of the Cumberland Road Bill, which would have funded improvements of the road. Monroe's conviction that the bill violated the Constitution, relating to the power to levy tolls.

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CHAPTER XVII: THE INVESTIGATION.

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Source(s):Dick the Bank Boy; 3/ 1/2008, p55-59, 5p

Abstract:Chapter 17 of the "Dick the Bank Boy Or, A Missing Fortune" is presented. It describes the day of reckoning when the president of a bank, Mr. Gibbs, has arrived and conducted a thorough investigation regarding the lost bonds of securities. It also illu...

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CHAPTER V: MR. GRAYLOCK RECEIVES A SURPRISE.

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Source(s):Dick the Bank Boy; 3/ 1/2008, p15-18, 4p

Abstract:Chapter 5 of the book "Dick the Bank Boy Or, A Missing Fortune" is presented. It depicts the scene wherein a mother and her son talked about the stock they have invested in a manufacturing company and the company's dwindling condition that affects the ...

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CHAPTER XIII: WANTED IN THE CASHIER'S OFFICE.

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Source(s):Dick the Bank Boy; 3/ 1/2008, p42-45, 4p

Abstract:Chapter 13 of the book "Dick the Bank Boy Or, A Missing Fortune" is presented. It illustrates the anxiety and distress felt by Richard Morrison regarding the look on Mr. Archibald Graylock's face that reflects an unfavorable thing which is about to hap...

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CHAPTER V.

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Source(s):Life of George Washington, Vol. 1 (of 5): Commander in Chief of the American Forces During the War; 3/ 1/2008, p38-46, 9p

Abstract:Chapter 5 of the book "The Life of George Washington" is presented. It explores the transactions succeeding the restoration of Charles II, as well as the event concerning the contests between Connecticut and New Haven. It highlights the grant to the Du...

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CHAPTER VII: A FINANCIAL DISCUSSION.

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Source(s):Fame & Fortune: Or, The Progress of Richard Hunter; 3/ 1/2008, p30-34, 5p

Abstract:Chapter 7 of the book "Fame and Fortune or, The Progress of Richard Hunter" is presented. It explores the confirmation by the teller of the Park Bank that Richard Hunter has deposited money worth one thousand dollars. It also highlights the advice give...

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Chapter XVIII: A Dark Horse.

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Source(s):Dross; 3/ 1/2008, p88-94, 7p

Abstract:Chapter 18 of the book "Dross" is presented. It explores the acquaintance of Henry Seton Merriman and Mr. Sander on the sought information on the engaged banking of Charles Misty. It also highlights the learned motive of Isabella Gayerson on her stay i...

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