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Speech of Henry Clay, delivered at Lexington, Kentucky, June 9, 1842

Clay, Henry

Speech of Henry Clay, delivered at Lexington, Kentucky, June 9, 1842

with the address of Chief Justice Robertson : also Mr. Clay"s farewell speech in the Senate of the United States

by Clay, Henry

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Published by Greeley & McElrath in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clay, Henry, -- 1777-1852,
  • United States -- Politics and government -- 1841-1845

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGreat Clay festival
    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 9518
    ContributionsRobertson, George, 1790-1874
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination18 p.
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14710434M

    Mercer writes to several people, including his sister, Mary E. White Byron R. The script was copied by Macauley on 11 August Included is business correspondence,with additional correspondence,of C. John Clay and Mary Bass had the following children: 68 iii. Prentice Hartford, Conn.

    Isaac Shelby's campaign in the War of ; and the proposed capture of Canada and exclusion of the British from North America. After the Collected Works, far and away the most important source for this bibliography is the extensive body of reminiscential materials letters and notes of interviews gathered by Herndon in the decades following Lincoln's death. Because of the importance of poetry in Lincoln's reading, titles of anthologized individual poems do appear, along with bibliographical information concerning such compendia. Both sets of resolutions, and a set adopted by the Senate, were all laid on the table. Eight state delegations — with a total of 55 votes — voted for Breckinridge in spite of his refusal of the nomination, making him the second-highest vote getter.

    Stalin, on the other hand, was willing to incur extraordinary losses to get what he wanted. In the winter of Clay was again sent to the U. Ripy's service in the Confederate Army and his business interests after the war; land and financial transactions; and the sale and purchase of slaves. Virginia,U. Louisville hotel.


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Speech of Henry Clay, delivered at Lexington, Kentucky, June 9, 1842 book

Myers Connick v. Mather, Otis May, He went to the Mexican war in June,as lieutenant-colonel of the 2d Kentucky volunteers, became extra aide-de-camp to Gen. The democratic national convention animated not Van Buren, but James K.

Letitia died in Bourbon Co. At 45 years of age Green became the father of Sally Ann Clay He was paroled and took the oath at Danville, Va. Eight state delegations — with a total of 55 votes — voted for Breckinridge in spite of his refusal of the nomination, making him the second-highest vote getter.

Fourth Generation Mary Watkins was born in Henrico Co. As to the tariff and the currency question, the platforms of the democrats and whigs differed very little. Sarah was born in Henrico Co. A calendar of correspondence is filed with the collection. Lillard, ; inventory and appraisal of Gen.

Records include minute books,containing meeting minutes, lists of activities, programs, and financial reports; correspondence; programs; newspaper clippings about the organization; and its constitution. Board of Public Education, case in which the U.

John C. Breckinridge

Minister to Spain who failed to negotiate a U. Marston Clay was born in Cumberland Co. He married Margaret Muse. It was charged, apparently upon strong grounds, that extensive election frauds were committed by the Democrats in the city of New York and in the state of Louisiana, the latter becoming famous as the Plaquemines frauds; but had Clay kept the anti-slavery element on his side, as it was at the beginning of the canvass, these frauds could not have decided the election.

Papers consist of correspondence,chiefly with his brother, Valentine Meriwether of Louisa Co. Correspondents include Dr. InPierce authorized two successive investigations of Gorman, but failed to uncover any wrongdoing that would justify his removal. His biography from politicalgraveyard.

Tyson and Brig. Van Buren, who expected to be the democratic candidate for the presidency, also wrote a letter unfavorable to annexation. Portions of these papers have been published in the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, vols.

Boston University Boston University, private, coeducational institution of higher learning in Boston, Massachusetts, U. Burial location unknown. At 36 years of age William became the father of Jesse Clay in Virginia, Also included are the papers of William Garnett MunnLouisville manufacturer and son of Abraham Munn, containing routine correspondence and an stock certificate for the Pewee Valley Hotel Co.

Texaswhich struck down a Texas state law that had criminalized homosexual sex Love, of Louisville, Ky. At 34 years of age Charles became the father of Thomas Clay 30 Jul Jun 09,  · June 9, – Henry Clay on “The Forces of Ignorance” Posted on June 9, by rhapsodyinbooks On this day in history, Henry Clay, in a speech delivered in Lexington, Kentucky, was looking back over his political career, and in particular, his fateful decision to accept the position of Secretary of State under President John Quincy Adams.

Mar 10,  · Frank G. Carpenter, a distinguished 19th-century journalist and author, wrote a lengthy profile of the fighting abolitionist, Cassius Marcellus Clay, that was published in the Sacramento, California, Record-Union on November 14, Clay was probably the foremost bowie-knife fighter of the 19th century and figures prominently in my book.

Descendants of John Clay, the Grenadier (Circa - Before ) This Coat of Arms is put here as a decoration or amusement.

There is no known connection of it with the Clay family studied herein. Congressman Joshua Giddings of Ohio, an ardent abolitionist, declared that the true patriots must refuse to support “an aggressive, unholy, and unjust war.” Henry Clay of Kentucky, Alexander Stephens of Georgia, and John C.

Calhoun of South Carolina, all slaveholders, likewise. Speech, 10 May AccessionMiscellaneous reel 1 reel. Microfilm. Speech, 10 Maydelivered by Risden Tyler Bennett to the Ladies Memorial Association in Charlotte, North Carolina. Main topics of the speech include the American Civil War, Battle of Chancellorsville and General Stonewall Jackson.

book by Locke, explaining the basis of political obligation and justified revolution. (). the documents were not delivered before Adams left office. James Adams was supposed to deliver them, but Jefferson hold him.

What Abraham Lincoln Read

Henry Clay from Kentucky, John C. Calhoun from South Carolina, and Felix Grundy from Tennessee. Tecumseh (s).