General Jackson's letter to Carter Beverley and Mr. Clay's reply Mr. Clay's speech at the Lexington Dinner : General Jackson's reply to Mr. Clay, in which he gives up James Buchanan, a member of congress from Pennsylvania, as his authority for his assertions about bribery, corruption, &c. : Mr. Buchanan's reply, which effectually prostrates to the earth every imputation against Mr. Clay and his friends.
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