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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency to the First Session of the Fifty-Fourth Congress of the United States - Volume I 12/2/1895

    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency to the First Session of the Fifty-Fourth Congress of the United States - Volume I

    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency, entered into the congressional record under 54th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, document no. 10, part 1.

    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency to the First Session of the Fifty-Fourth Congress of the United States - Volume II 12/2/1895

    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency to the First Session of the Fifty-Fourth Congress of the United States - Volume II

    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency, entered into the congressional record as 54th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, document no. 10, part 2.

    Document 24: In the Senate of the United States: Mr. Chandler presented the following: Bill to provide, in connection with other nations, for the unlimited coinage of gold and silver at the ratio of one to fifteen and one-half, and letter of Mr. Robert Stein in relation to the bill. 12/12/1895

    Document 24: In the Senate of the United States: Mr. Chandler presented the following: Bill to provide, in connection with other nations, for the unlimited coinage of gold and silver at the ratio of one to fifteen and one-half, and letter of Mr. Robert Stein in relation to the bill.

    Excerpt from "54th Congress, 1st Session", subtitled "Senate Documents Nos. 1-31, Except 14, 25". Titled "Document 24: In the Senate of the United States: Mr. Chandler presented the following: Bill to provide, in connection with other nations, for the unlimited coinage of gold and silver at the ratio of one to fifteen and one-half, and letter of Mr. Robert Stein in relation to the bill.", and dated December 12, 1895.

    Document 29: In the Senate of the United States: Mr. Teller presented the following Paper on Gold Monometallism. 12/16/1895

    Document 29: In the Senate of the United States: Mr. Teller presented the following Paper on Gold Monometallism.

    Excerpt from "54th Congress, 1st Session", subtitled "Senate Documents Nos. 1-31, Except 14, 25". Titled "Document 29: In the Senate of the United States: Mr. Teller presented the following Paper on Gold Monometallism.", and dated December 16, 1895.

    Document 30: In the Senate of the United States: Mr. Stewart presented the following Paper on the Silver Question. 12/16/1895

    Document 30: In the Senate of the United States: Mr. Stewart presented the following Paper on the Silver Question.

    Excerpt from "54th Congress, 1st Session", subtitled "Senate Documents Nos. 1-31, Except 14, 25". Titled "Document 30: In the Senate of the United States: Mr. Stewart presented the following Paper on the Silver Question.", and dated December 16, 1895.

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