1786.024: House Resolution on Paper Money.
Full Title: [In the house of delegates, Wednesday, the 1st of November, 1786. ,,, it is the opinion of this committee, that … an emission of paper money would be unjust, impolitic, and destructive of public and private confidence and of that virtue which is the basis of a republican government …]
Author: Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates.
Place Issued: Richmond
Issuing Press: Dixon & Holt
Description: 1 sheet [1 pg.]; (broadside).
Only extant copy in Library of Congress missing; not filmed by Early American Imprints series. Title here taken from the House journal text; Swem misidentifies day of week as Tuesday. Sheet lacks printer credit; the firm of Dixon & Holt was appointed as the public printer in June 1786, succeeding that of Dunlap & Hayes, who were dismissed on May 5, 1786, as a result of their perceived negligence (tardy production of Assembly records).
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