ALsS : Philadelphia, to Alexander James Dallas, 1814-1816.

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Parish, David, d. 1826. ALsS : Philadelphia, to Alexander James Dallas, 1814-1816.

ALsS : Philadelphia, to Alexander James Dallas, 1814-1816.

Written while Dallas was secretary of the Treasury. Principal topics are the political and military situation in Europe, especially the fortunes of Napoleon and his family, and their effects on the American economy; American fiscal policy and the establishment of the Second Bank of the United States; and personal business dealings. Other persons represented include Alexander Baring (Lord Ashburton), Joseph Bonaparte, and Stephen Girard.

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