5 edition of Letter to Hon. William Nelson, M.C., on Mr. Webster"s speech, from William Jay. found in the catalog.
December 20, 2005
by Scholarly Publishing Office, University of Michigan Library
Written in English
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Daniel Webster Second Reply to Hayne. January 26 In his third year in the U.S. Senate at the time of the debate with Robert Hayne, the forty-eight-year-old Daniel Webster was already renowned as an orator. In his dual careers as lawyer and politician, he had demonstrated his skill with commemorative addresses, speeches in the House of Representatives, and arguments before the. 2. Elizabeth Nelson, born about , married about , John Roweles West. 3. William Nelson, Jr., born in married first Catherine Fox and secondly Martha Whiting Shield. (Ref: Genealogy of the Page Family of Virginia) Eldest son and child of Governor Thomas Nelson, Jr., Signer of the Declaratin of Indepence, also buried in this cemetery.
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Letter to Hon. William Nelson, M.C., on Mr. Clay's Compromise. 22 p. Jay, William. Reply to Remarks of Rev. Moses Stuart, late of Andover Theological Seminary, on Hon. John Jay, and an Examination of his Scriptural Exegesis, Contained in his Recent Pamphlet Entitles, "Conscience and the Constitution." Speech of Mr.
Webster on Mr. In Judge Jay addressed a letter to William Nelson, on Clay's compromise measures; and this was followed by a review of Mr. Webster's declaration that slavery was excluded from California and New Mexico by the law of physical geography.
7th of March speech, and of his address at the laying of the corner stone.f the addition to the capitl, July 4,of the pamphlets about Mr. Webster the most important are Professor Moses Stuart's "Coanscience and Constitution." William Jay's letter on the 7th of March speech to Hon. William Nelson, and the letter of S.
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