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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), United States of America. (search)
00. This money subject to recall by the United States treasurer at any time, but not in sums of over $10,000 per month. Money to be paid to the States quarterly, viz., Jan. 1, April 1, July 1, Oct. 1, 1837. Although but three instalments were paid, it aggregated $28,000,000. This money had never been recalled, and is carried on the treasurer's report as unavailable funds. Approved......June 23, 1836 James Madison dies at Montpelier, Va., aged eighty-five......June 28, 1836 Territory of Wisconsin organized......1836 First session adjourns......July 4, 1836 Treasury issues a specie circular, requiring collectors of the public revenue to receive only gold and silver......July 11, 1836 [This proceeding hastened the panic of 1837.] Aaron Burr dies at Staten Island, aged eighty......Sept. 14, 1836 Samuel Houston elected first President of the republic of Texas......Oct. 22, 1836 Presidential election......Nov. 8, 1836 Second session convenes......Dec. 5, 1836