HOOPER, Samuel, 1808-1875


Extended Bibliography

Goodrich, John Zaccheus. A reply to the statements of Hon. Samuel Hooper, in a pamphlet fancifully entitled “A defence of the merchants of Boston," which justify the wine frauds of J.D. & M. Williams and the official misconduct of Timothy B. Dix, and asperse the character of “John Z. Goodrich, ex-collector of customs." Boston: Rockwell & Rollins, printer, 1867.

Hooper, Samuel. A defence [sic] of the merchants of Boston against aspersions of the Hon. John Z. Goodrich, ex-collector of customs. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1866.

———. An examination of the theory and the effect of laws regulating the amount of specie in banks. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860.

———. The national finances. Speech of Hon. Samuel Hooper, of Massachusetts, on the loan bill. Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 21, 1866. Washington: McGill & Witherow, printers, 1866.

———. Specie currency: The true interests of the people. Boston: Bee Office, 1855.

———. Speech of Hon. Samuel Hooper, of Massachusetts on the necessity of regulating the currency of the country. Washington, D.C.: L. Towers & Co., printer, 1864.

———. Speech of Hon. Samuel Hooper, of Massachusetts, on the Treasury note bill. Delivered in the House ... February 3, 1862. [Washington: Towers, printer, 1862].