Andrew Jackson : miscellaneous papers, 1805-1839.

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Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845. Andrew Jackson : miscellaneous papers, 1805-1839.

Andrew Jackson : miscellaneous papers, 1805-1839.

Jackson writes General Percival Butler about a legal case in Tenn. for which he is acting as Butler's attorney; and six letters, 1823-1839, to William S. Fulton discussing the Arbuthnot case to correct an account in an Alabama newspaper, his prospects for the 1824 presidential election, his opinion of Napoleon, banking and his ideas on monetary policy, a land matter involving the estate of Lewis Randolph, and his concern for the country.

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