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Clay, H.
Clay, Henry
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Colton, Calvin (1789-1857))
Hargreaves, Mary W.M.
Hargreaves, Mary Wilma Massey (1914-)
Hay, Melba Porter
Hopkins, James F.
Hopkins, James Franklin
Mallory, Daniel
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Seager, Robert (1924-....))
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Manufactures
address of Henry Clay, to the public, containing certain testimony in refutation of the charges against him, An
Andrew Jackson vs. Henry Clay : democracy and development in antebellum America
Annexation of Texas opinions of Messrs. Clay, Polk, Benton & Van Buren on the immediate annexation of Texas
Ashland text book, The
Bugle blast (Syracuse, N.Y.)
Candidate, compromiser, elder stateman
Carta al honorable Henrique Clay sobre la agregación de Tejas a los Estados-Unidos
Clay and Polk the difference between them on the tariff question
Clay code; or, Text-book of eloquence, The
Compromise and the Constitution : the Political Thought of Henry Clay
Henry Clay family papers
In Senate of the United States, April 1, 1832 : read, and ordered to be printed, and that 5,000 additional copies be furnished for the use of the Senate : Mr. Clay, from the Committee on Manufactures, made, to the Senate the following report.
instrucciones de Henry Clay, Las
inter-war years and other papers, The : a selection from the writings of Hubert Douglas Henderson
letter to the Hon. Henry Clay, of Kentucky, containing a brief reply to some statements of Joseph John Gurney, in relation to Jamaica., A
Letter to the Hon. Henry Clay, president of the American Colonization Society, and Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, chairman of the General Committee of the African Civilization Society, on the colonization and civilization of Africa with other documents on the same subject
Letters on national subjects, auxiliary to universal education, and scientific knowledge; addressed to Burwell Bassett, late a member of the House of Representatives, and James Monroe, president of the United States of America.
Life and Speeches of Henry Clay
Lord Norman.
Mr. Justice Washington delivered the opinion of the court
national Clay almanack for the year of our Lord ..., The
offering at the altar of truth, An : dedicated to the good sense of a free people
papers. 1821-1824, The
Remarks of Mr. Clay, of Kentucky on introducing his propositions to compromise, on the slavery question
Report of the present fashions : with the square rules and variations
Report [on the expediency of reducing the price of public lands, and of ceding them to the several states within which they are situated, on reasonable terms]
Rising statesman, 1815-1820, The
Speech in support of an American system for the protection of American industry, delivered in the House of Representatives, on the 30th and 31st of March, 1824
Speech of Henry Clay, delivered at the mechanics' collation, in the Apollonian garden, in Cincinnati, (Ohio,) on the 3d of August, 1830.
Speech of Henry Clay, in defence of the American system, against the British colonial system with an appendix of documents referred to in the speech
Speech of Henry Clay, of Kentucky, on the bill imposing additional duties as depositaries, in certain cases, on public officers in Senate of the United States, Sept. 25, 1837
Speech of Mr. Clay, of Kentucky, on the measures of compromise delivered in the Senate of the United States, July 22, 1850
Speech of Mr. Clay, of Kentucky, upon his resolutions concerning the tariff, and other great objects of public polity
Speech of the Hon. Henry Clay, in the House of Representatives of U.S. on the Seminole War
Speech of the Hon. Henry Clay, of Kentucky establishing a deliberate design, on the part of the late and present executive of the United States, to break down the whole banking system of the United States, commencing with the Bank of the United States, and terminating with the state banks, and to create on their ruins a government treasury bank, under the exclusive control of the executive, and in reply to the speech of the Hon. J.C. Calhoun, of South Carolina, supporting that treasury bank
Speech of the Hon. Henry Clay, of Kentucky, in the House of Representatives of the United States, on the eighth day of January,1813, on the bill for raising an additional military force of twenty thousand men, for one year
Speeches on the message of President Tyler, returning the bank bill, with his veto, and in reply to Mr. Rives, defending the message
State papers and speeches on the tariff;
To the people of the congressional district composed of the counties of Fayette, Woodford, and Clarke, in Kentucky
Winter in the West Indies
Works of Henry Clay comprising his life, correspondence and speeches