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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|Item Description:||"Aug. 21, 1827."|
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Relates to Jackson's charge that in 1825 he had been offered the support of Clay's friends in the presidential contest on condition that the latter should be named as Secretary of State.
Reproduction of original from Huntington Library.
Sabin no. 35348.
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