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    Coinage of gold and silver : February 21, 1891 : indefinitely postponed. February 23, 1891 : ... [due to] the state of the Union, ... ordered to be printed. Mr. Wickham, from the Committee on Coinage, Weights and Measures, submits the following Adverse Report [to accompany S. 4675]. 1891

    Coinage of gold and silver : February 21, 1891 : indefinitely postponed. February 23, 1891 : ... [due to] the state of the Union, ... ordered to be printed. Mr. Wickham, from the Committee on Coinage, Weights and Measures, submits the following Adverse Report [to accompany S. 4675].

    [156 p. ; 24 cm,Report (no. 3967) and opinions of: (Wickham, H. F. Bartine, George Rutledge Gibson, Edward R. Holden, N. H. Dunning, Francis G. Newlands, Stephen W. Nickerson, Pierre Humbert, Jr., Alonzo Wardall, A. J. Warner, J. W. Porter, and Wm. P. St. John) from hearings of the Committee on Coinage, Weights and Measures on the Senate silver bill (S. 4675),Caption title]. American Numismatic Society copy.

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