Speech (Suppressed by the Previous Question) of Mr. John Quincy Adams, of Massachusetts, on the Removal of the Public Deposites, and Its Reasons PDF ePub eBook

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Speech (Suppressed by the Previous Question) of Mr. John Quincy Adams, of Massachusetts, on the Removal of the Public Deposites, and Its Reasons free pdf Excerpt from Speech (Suppressed by the Previous Question) Of Mr. John Quincy Adams, of Massachusetts, on the Removal of the Public Deposites, and Its Reasons On presenting to the House of Representatives the resolutions of the Legislature of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in relation to the state of the currency and the removal of the public moneys from the Bank of the United States, Mr. J. Q. Adams, to avoid consuming the time of the House, and thereby obstructing the reception of other memorials and petitions, confined himself to a few general and indispensable remarks, expressly stating that he hoped, at a suitable time, to be indulged with the opportunity of offering to the House his views upon one of the resolutions, in which the Legislature had declared their opinion that the reasons assigned by the Secretary of the Treasury for the transfer of the public funds were insufficient to justify the measure. It was not until after three unsuccessful attempts, on three different days, and after an expostulation with the Speaker, as earnest as it was necessary, that Mr. Adams was enabled to obtain, in the House of Representatives of the U. S., a hearing for the Legislature of Massachusetts- and even then he was indebted for this hearing to the courtesy of a member from South Carolina, who, on the Fourth Day of a discussion allowed by the Speaker, under his administration of the rules of the House and of the lex parliamentaria, by the judicidus admixture of which two authorities all the proceedings of the House solve themselves into the will of the Speaker, was entitled to the floor, upon certain resolutions of the Legislature of Virginia. On Friday, the 4th of April, at the instant when Mr. McDuffie resumed his seat, Mr. Adams addressed the Speaker, with the intention of delivering his opinions upon the question before the House, which was precisely that of the resolution of the Legislature of Massachusetts, upon which he had given notice of his desire to be heard. The Speaker's eye and ear were in another direction, and he gave the floor to a member from Virginia, who, by agreement concerted out of the House, was to move the Previous Question. The Previous Question was put and carried- and Mr. Adams, deprived thereby of his right to address the House, according to the Speaker's understanding of the rules of the House and the lex parliamentaria, is, in discharge of his duty to the Legislature of Massachusetts and to his constituents, compelled to resort to the press to make public the remarks which it was his intention to address to the House. Mr. Speaker: Among the resolutions of the Legislature of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts which I had, some time since, the honor of introducing to the House, there is one, declaratory of the opinion of that body, exactly coinciding with the proposition now before the House, namely, that the reasons assigned by the Secretary of the Treasury, in his report to Congress of the 3d of December last, for the withdrawal and the withholding of the public moneys from the Bank of the United States, are not sufficient to justify the measure. The amendment proposed by the gentleman from Georgia [Mr. Wilde] adds only that they are not satisfactory - a conclusion, from their insufficiency, which this and the other House of Congress are alone competent to draw. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com

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Author : John Quincy Adams
Publisher : Forgotten Books
Data Published : 27 September 2015
ISBN : 1331401623
EAN : 9781331401629
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Number of Pages : 46 pages
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