Henry Clay Letters for the years 1828 thru 1838

Henry Clay

Henry Clay wrote 12 Letters from a total of 2 locations including Washington, MD. Henry Clay wrote a total of 1 person named Nicholas Biddle. Most of Henry Clay's letters were written in the year 1838. Several other letters were written in 1830 and 1833. Who did Henry Clay know? View Henry Clay's social graph.

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  • Henry Clay letter to Nicholas Biddle.

    Washington, MD - 28 May 1828

    You may have observed in the Telegraph of the 20th inst. an article, taken from a K. paper, in which a formidable array of my mortgages and debts is made with a view of making me out a bankrupt.

  • Henry Clay letter to Nicholas Biddle.

    Ashland, KY - 14 June 1830

    to make the destruction of the Bank the basis of the next Presidential Election.

  • Henry Clay letter to Nicholas Biddle.

    Ashland, KY - 11 September 1830

    It may be assumed, as indisputable, that the renewal of the charter can never take place, as the Constitution now stands

  • Henry Clay letter to Nicholas Biddle.

    Washington, MD - 15 December 1831

    Have you come to any decision about an application to Congress at this Session for the renewal of your Charter?

  • Henry Clay letter to Nicholas Biddle.

    Ashland, KY - 10 April 1833

    Your friendly solicitude to prevent any estrangement between Mr. W. and myself adds another to the many previous obligations under which you had placed me.

  • Henry Clay letter to Nicholas Biddle.

    Washington, MD - 21 December 1833

    it would be well to have a general meeting of the people to memorialize Congress in favor of a restoration of the deposites

  • Henry Clay letter to Nicholas Biddle.

    Washington, MD - 2 February 1834

    My opinion is that no movement should yet be made towards a renewal of the Charter, or the establishment of a New Bank.

  • Henry Clay letter to Nicholas Biddle.

    Washington, MD - 5 February 1838

    I have this moment rec'd your letter, and rejoice at the movement which it states to be in contemplation.

  • Henry Clay letter to Nicholas Biddle.

    Washington, MD - 6 February 1838

    I received your favor of the 4th . & met Mr. B. last night at a small party given at the house at which I board.

  • Henry Clay letter to Nicholas Biddle.

    Washington, MD - 20 February 1838

    The Resolutions from Harrisburg have produced the effect of securing another vote in that of Mr. Buchanan ag't. the Gov't Bank.

  • Henry Clay letter to Nicholas Biddle.

    Washington, MD - 30 May 1838

    You will have seen that the resolution, which had passed the Senate, rescinding the Specie Circular, has also passed the House this morning

  • Henry Clay letter to Nicholas Biddle.

    Ashland, KY - 14 September 1838

    I am glad to learn from you that the Minister from Texas intends to withdraw the application from Texas to be incorporated in our Union.