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Nathaniel P. Tallmadge. Senator from New-York / from life & on stone by Chas. Fenderich, Washington City ; printed by P.S. Duval, Lithr., Philada.

Nathaniel P. Tallmadge. Senator from New-York / from life & on stone by Chas. Fenderich, Washington City ; printed by P.S. Duval, Lithr., Philada.

 
 
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Print shows Nathaniel P. Tallmadge, half-length portrait, facing left; includes facsimile signature.
820 U.S. Copyright Office.
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Printed below title: "The Credit System is the distinguishing feature between Despotism and Liberty. Preserve and regulate, but not destroy, is my motto." Extract from Mr. Tallmadge's speech in the Senate of the U.S. June 17th, 1836.
Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1839, by Chas. Fenderich, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsy[lvania].
Inscribed in ink on verso: No. 820.

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01/01/1839
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Fenderich, Charles, artist
Duval, Peter S., 1804 or 1805-1886, printer
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