Andrew Jackson

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Noun1.Andrew Jackson - 7th president of the USAndrew Jackson - 7th president of the US; successfully defended New Orleans from the British in 1815; expanded the power of the presidency (1767-1845)
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who didst not refuse to the swart convict, Bunyan, the pale, poetic pearl; Thou who didst clothe with doubly hammered leaves of finest gold, the stumped and paupered arm of old Cervantes; Thou who didst pick up Andrew Jackson from the pebbles; who didst hurl him upon a war-horse; who didst thunder him higher than a throne
President Andrew Jackson in 1833 withdrew the federal government deposits from the Bank of the United States, leading to a major financial panic}
He looked again and they had gone, and the black stem of the Andrew Jackson, a little disfigured by the sinking Bremen's last shot, was parting the water that had swallowed them into two neatly symmetrical waves.
The American ironclads were no longer in column formation; the Theodore Roosevelt, badly damaged, had turned to the southeast, and the Andrew Jackson, greatly battered but uninjured in any fighting part was passing between her and the still fresh and vigorous Furst Bismarck to intercept and meet the latter's fire.
Only four American ships now, with the Andrew Jackson readings kept to the south-easterly course.
Inauguration of Andrew Jackson as seventh president was a turning point in the history of the executive office.
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Dr Andrew Jackson, a researcher at the Institute of Neuroscience at Newcastle University, led a public lecture at Newcastle School for Boys.
The month-long trial saw George Thomas Snr, his son George Thomas Jnr, his grandson Stephen Thomas, Andrew Jackson and Lee Woodier accused of planning and carrying out an assault on Mr Newton as a "joint enterprise".
Patriotic fire; Andrew Jackson and Jean Laffite at the Battle of New Orleans.