The Specie Circular is a United States presidential executive order issued by
President Andrew Jackson in 1836 pursuant to the Coinage Act and carried out
Jul 20, 1998 ... Specie Circular , (July 11, 1836), in U.S. history, an executive order issued by
President Andrew Jackson requiring that payment for the ...
To curtail these alarming trends, Jackson issued the Species Circular on July 11,
1836. The executive order meant that federal land could no longer be bought ...
The Bank had insisted that state banks make payments in specie, or gold and ...
Jackson quickly responded by issuing his "Specie Circular" in July of 1836.
In July 1836, President Andrew Jackson issued the Specie Circular. Under this
act, the government would only accept gold or silver in payment for federal land.
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July 11, 1836, The Specie Circular is issued by Treasury Secretary Levi
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Specie Circular and the Election of 1836; Biography of Andrew Jackson.
Specie and the Specie Circular ... Congress passed a law in 1836 that required
the federal surplus to be distributed to the states in four payments. Shortly ...
Continued from Specie Circular and the Election of 1836. Andrew Jackson was
an ill man of 70 when he returned to his slave plantation, the Hermitage, near ...