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“Issued by President Jackson in July 1836 and sometimes called the Specie Clause, the executive order attempted to curb unchecked speculation by changing regulations for purchasing western lands.”
“Specie," replied the Jew, making the orchestra pockets strike up.”
“They created the New York Stock and Exchange Board and vowed to "pledge ourselves to each other, that we will not buy or sell from this day for any person whatsoever, any kind of Public Stock, at least than one quarter of one percent Commission on the Specie value and that we will give preference to each other in our Negotiations.”
“Sub Specie AEternitatis says: spo: Judge Clay is an evil man. ...”
“As a Republican, I feel compelled, should we start to see a spike in inflation, to lay the blame on Andrew Jackson's 1836 issue of the Specie Circular.”
“But now, with prices plummeting and liquidity scarce, the call went up to rescind the Specie Circular.”
“Whistleblower, an Endangered Specie by mork on Tuesday, Mar 4, 2008 at 6: 54: 30 PM”
“Sub Specie aeternitatis, he is the truly fortunate one.”
“Sketched during the Panic of 1837, the lithograph Specie Claws featured two landlord's agents arriving at the door to collect back rent from an unemployed artisan and his starving household. 97 The cartoon argued that the threat to this working man's family and all working men's family was their support, along with the Loco Focos, for the Specie”
“Note 98 The Specie Circular was issued on July 11, 1836.”
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