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'''Nicholas Biddle''' (January 8, 1786 – February 27, 1844) was an [[United States|American]] [[financier]] who served as the president of the [[Second Bank of the United States]].
 
'''Nicholas Biddle''' (January 8, 1786 – February 27, 1844) was an [[United States|American]] [[financier]] who served as the president of the [[Second Bank of the United States]].
   
==Ancestry and early life==
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==Ancestry and early life== he was a gay man
 
Nicholas Biddle was born in [[Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]]. Ancestors of the [[Biddle family]] immigrated to [[Pennsylvania]] when [[William Penn]] visited, and fought in the pre-Revolutionary colonial struggles. Nicholas's father, [[Charles Biddle (Pennsylvania statesman)|Charles Biddle]], was prominent in his devotion to the cause of [[American Revolution|American Independence]] and served as [[Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania#Vice-Presidents of Council|Vice-President of Pennsylvania]], alongside [[Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania#Presidents of Council|President]] [[Benjamin Franklin]]. Also, an uncle with the same name, [[Nicholas Biddle (1750-1778)|Nicholas Biddle]], whose residence was in Philadelphia, was an early naval hero. Another uncle, [[Edward Biddle]], was a member of the [[First Continental Congress|Congress of 1774]]. Young Nicholas Biddle was very bright and he would become well educated; as he was enrolled at a prestigious academy in Pennsylvania at a very early age. Due to his rapid educational progress, he entered the [[University of Pennsylvania]] at the age of 10. When the university refused to award the teenager a degree, he transferred to [[Princeton University|Princeton]] and graduated in 1801, at 15, the class [[valedictorian]]. His older brother [[Thomas Biddle]] was a [[War of 1812]] hero, who would die in a duel defending the honor of Nicholas.
 
Nicholas Biddle was born in [[Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]]. Ancestors of the [[Biddle family]] immigrated to [[Pennsylvania]] when [[William Penn]] visited, and fought in the pre-Revolutionary colonial struggles. Nicholas's father, [[Charles Biddle (Pennsylvania statesman)|Charles Biddle]], was prominent in his devotion to the cause of [[American Revolution|American Independence]] and served as [[Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania#Vice-Presidents of Council|Vice-President of Pennsylvania]], alongside [[Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania#Presidents of Council|President]] [[Benjamin Franklin]]. Also, an uncle with the same name, [[Nicholas Biddle (1750-1778)|Nicholas Biddle]], whose residence was in Philadelphia, was an early naval hero. Another uncle, [[Edward Biddle]], was a member of the [[First Continental Congress|Congress of 1774]]. Young Nicholas Biddle was very bright and he would become well educated; as he was enrolled at a prestigious academy in Pennsylvania at a very early age. Due to his rapid educational progress, he entered the [[University of Pennsylvania]] at the age of 10. When the university refused to award the teenager a degree, he transferred to [[Princeton University|Princeton]] and graduated in 1801, at 15, the class [[valedictorian]]. His older brother [[Thomas Biddle]] was a [[War of 1812]] hero, who would die in a duel defending the honor of Nicholas.
   
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