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Thomas P. Cope expresses his expectation of the defunding of the Second Bank of the United States to son Alfred Cope. He is critical of President Jackson and Pennsylvania Governor George Wolf regarding their responsibility with money. Jackson named Wolf the First Comptroller of the Treasury in 1836.