Broadside regarding the Treasury, n.d.


United States. Congress. Broadside regarding the Treasury, n.d.

Broadside regarding the Treasury, n.d.

Committee resolutions based on a report from the Board of Treasury asking that department commissioners hand in all books and papers and settle accounts with the comptroller so that all accounts may be properly adjusted. Mentions a need to repeal the Congressional resolution regarding appointment of commissioners for settling accounts. Committee members included Mr. Pinckney, Mr. Dane, Mr. Monroe, Mr. Johnson, and Mr. King.

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