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Clay, H.
Clay, Henry
Dates: 
1777-1852
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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 -1854?
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Rowan, John (1773-1843)
Seager, Robert (1924- ..)
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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
beauties of the Hon. Henry Clay., The
Bugle blast (Syracuse, N.Y.)
bugle blast., The
Candidate, compromiser, elder stateman January 1, 1844-June 29, 1852
Candidate, compromiser, Whig March 5, 1829 - December 31, 1836
Clay code; or, Text-book of eloquence, The
Compromise and the Constitution : the Political Thought of Henry Clay
Congrès des États-Unis. Session de 1839. Discours prononcé, le 7 février 1839, par M. Clay, de l'État de Kentucky, en présentant au Sénat des États-Unis une pétition pour le maintien de l'esclavage dans le district de Colombie, siège du gouvernement fédéral...
Correspondance
Discours prononcé, le 7 février 1839, par M. Clay, de l'État de Kentucky, en présentant au Sénat des États-Unis une pétition pour le maintien de l'esclavage dans le district de Colombie, siège du gouvernement fédéral...
Familiar letters to Henry Clay
Gurney, Joseph J.: A winter in the West Indies. Described in familiar letters to Henry Clay of Kentucky. -
Henry Clay family papers
Henry Clay's last will. [Introduction by Clement Eaton. - Writings on Kentucky history, compiled by Jacqueline Bull and Frances L. S. Dugan.]
Henry Clay's remarks before the House and Senate of the United States of America.
instrucciones de Henry Clay, Las
inter-war years and other papers, The : a selection from the writings of Hubert Douglas Henderson
Last will
Letters of James Brown to Henry Clay, 1804-1835
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 the Hon. Henry Clay, The
Lord Norman.
Message from the President of the United States, returning the bank bill, with his objections, &c. July 10th, 1832. Also an extract from Mr. Clay's speech in the Senate, against the renewal of the charter of the United States bank, in 1811. And the address of George Clinton, vice-president of the United States, on the same question. Likewise a biographical sketch of Martin Van Buren.
Mr. Clay's report on ceding the public lands to the several states within which they are situated : in the Senate of the United States, April 16, 1832.
Mr. Clay's speech, at the dinner at Noble's inn, near Lexington [Ky.] July 12, 1827.
Mr. Clay's speech, delivered at the mechanics' dinner, in the Appolonian garden, Cincinnati
Mr. Clay's speech, delivered in the city of Raleigh
Mr. Clay's speech, in support of an American system for the protection of American industry.
Mr. Clay's views on the tariff and debate on the Eastern Habor Bill : House of Representatives, April 10, 1844.
Mr. Justice Washington delivered the opinion of the court
Noted speeches of Daniel Webster, Henry Clay, John C. Calhoun
Opinion of the court.
papers of Henry Clay. January 1, 1828-March 4, 1829, The
papers of Henry Clay supplement, 1793-1852, The
private correspondence of Henry Clay, The
remonstrance to the Congress of the United States on the subject of the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States on the occupying claimant laws of Kentucky, A
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, 1797-1814, The
Rising statesman, 1815-1820, The
Secretary of state, 1825
Secretary of state, 1826
Secretary of State, 1827
Secretary of state : January 1, 1828-March 4, 1829
Speech delivered by the Hon. Henry Clay, in the House of representatives of the United States. on Friday, the eighth day of January, 1813
Speech in suport of an American system for the protection of American industry. - [1824]
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 H. Clay, of Kentucky, on the bill commonly called the Sub-treasury Bill; describing its true character; proving its pernicious tendency upon the interests of the country; and establishing that it lays the foundations of a government bank ...
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, delivered at the public dinner, at Fowler's garden, The
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, in the Senate of the United States, February 25, 1833
Speech of Henry Clay, of Kentucky, on certain resolutions offered to the Senate of the United States in December, 1837, by Mr. Calhoun, of South Carolina, involving principles of interpretation of the Constitution of the United States;
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 Henry Clay, of Kentucky, on the compromise report.
Speech of Mr. Clay, of Kentucky, delivered June 27, 1840, on the occasion of a public dinner, given in compliment to him, at Taylorsville, in his native county of Hanover, in the state of Virginia.
Speech of Mr. Clay, of Kentucky, establishing a deliberate design, on the part of the late and present Execetive of the United States, to break down the whole banking system of the United States...
Speech of Mr. Clay of Kentucky in support of his proposition to compromise on the slavery question. [from old catalog]
Speech of Mr. Clay of Kentucky, in support of his propositions to compromise on the slavery question.
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, on the subject of abolition petitions. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 7, 1839.
Speech of the Hon. Henry Clay, before the American colonization society, in the hall of the House of representatives, January 20, 1827. With an appendix, containing the documents therein referred to.
Speech of the Hon, Henry Clay, of Kentucky, establishing a deliberate design on the part of the late and present execution of the United States ... and to create on their ruins a government treasury bank, under the exclusive control of the executive, and in reply to ... J. C. Calhoun ...
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
Speech of the Hon. Henry Clay, of Kentucky : on presenting his compromise resolutions on the subject of slavery
Speech of the Hon. Henry Clay, of Kentucky, on taking up his compromise resolutions on the subject of slavery, delivered in Senate, Feb. 5th and 6th, 1850...
Speech of the Hon. Henry Clay, on the sub-treasury bill, delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 20, 1840.
Speech of the hon. Henry Clay, on the subject of the removal of the deposites, delivered in the Senate of the United States, December 26, 30, 1833
Speeches delivered by H. Clay, of Kentucky, in the Senate of the United States, on the 19th of August, 1841 : on the message of President Tyler, returning the bank bill, with his veto, and in reply to Mr. Rives, defending the message.
speeches of Henry Clay, delivered in the Congress of the United States; to which is prefixed a biographical memoir; with an appendix containing his speeches at Lexington and Lewisburgh, and before the Colonization society at Washington; together with his address to his constituents, on the subject of the late presidential election., The
Speeches of the Hon. Henry Clay, of the Congress of the United States.
State papers and speeches on the tariff;
To the people of the congressional district ... 1825:
To the people of the congressional district composed of the counties of Fayette, Woodford, and Clarke, in Kentucky
views and sentiments of Henry Clay & Abraham Lincoln on the slavery question., The
Whig leader January 1, 1837-December 31, 1843, The
winter in the West Indies, described in familiar letters to Henry Clay, of Kentucky, A
Works of Henry Clay, comprising his life, correspondence, and speeches;
works of Henry Clay., The
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