Washington, D.C. Gales and Seaton, 1834. Wraps. First Edition. Collection of reproductions of three speeches by Mr. Ewing, of Ohio; Mr. Wright, of New York; and the Hon. Horace Binney regarding the following resolution and the actions which lead up to it: "Resolved, That, by dismissing the late Secretary of the Treasury because he would not, contrary to his sense of his own duty, remove the money of the United States in deposite with the Bank of the United States and its branches, in conformity with the President's opinion; and by appointing his successor to effect such removal, which has been done, the President has assumed the exercise of a power over the Treasury of the United States not granted to him by the constitution and laws, and dangerous to the liberties of the people." All three speeches were printed as signatures and are unopened. Mr. Wright's speech, 8 pp.; Mr Ewing's speech, 32 pp. (2 sigs. bound with one horizontal stitch); Mr. Binney's speech, 56 pp. (4 sigs. bound with one horizontal stitch). All the speeches are slightly aged, soiled and creased. They are all foxed to varying degrees. Very Good.