The Bank charter ran out, and a recharter was granted by Congress.
It continued its existence until 1811, when the Anti-federalists refused to recharter it.
They profited by the error of their friends who refused to recharter the first one.
Wise and prudent was the conduct of those who refused to recharter the second Bank of the United States.
"I think I'll be able to recharter, Mr. Ricks," he said confidently.
The amendments were all rejected, and the bill passed for the recharter of the whole six by a large vote—26 to 14.
If it be essentially necessary, we have a right to recharter the bank.
The bill to recharter the bank passed both Houses in 1832, and was vetoed by the President.
Personally, they must be as indifferent as any of their fellow-citizens to the recharter of the bank.
Can it now be said that the question of a recharter of the bank was not decided at the election which ensued?
c.1200, from Old French chartre (12c.) "charter, letter, document, covenant," from Latin chartula, literally "little paper," diminutive of charta, carta "paper, document" (see chart (n.)).
early 15c., "provide with a charter," from charter (n.). Meaning "to hire" is attested from 1806. Related: Chartered; chartering.