Speech of Hon. John M. Clayton, of Delaware, on affairs in Kansas Territory.

by John Middleton Clayton

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  • Kansas -- Politics and government -- 1854-1861 -- Speeches in Congress.
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    GenreSpeeches in Congress.
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    LC ClassificationsF685 .C622
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    Pagination11 p.
    Number of Pages11
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Browse the most recent Clayton, Delaware obituaries and condolences. Celebrate and remember the lives we have lost in Clayton, Delaware. Alexander Hamilton Stephens (born Febru – March 4, ) was an American politician who served as the 50th Governor of Georgia from until his death in He also served as the only Vice President of the Confederate States from to A member of the Democratic Party, Stephens represented the state of Georgia in the United States House of Representatives prior to.   Robert Mercer Taliaferro Hunter (Ap – J ) was a Virginia lawyer, politician and plantation owner. He was a U.S. Representative (–, –), Speaker of the House (–), and U.S. Senator (–). During the American Civil War, Hunter became the . Judge Alexander M. Clayton Letter. Dated 25 October , Clayton's letter recounts his role in the Provisional Congressional Congress as chairman of the Judiciary Committee and his service as a Confederate District Judge. Clayton served on the Mississippi Supreme Court from to and was a delegate to the state secession convention.

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Speech of Hon. John M. Clayton, of Delaware, on the Veto Message of the President, on the Bill for the Benefit of the Indigent Insane, in the Senate of the United States, J Author: John Middleton Clayton: Publisher: Congressional Globe Office, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: Length: 22 pages.

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Speeches: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Clayton, John M. (John Middleton), Speech of Hon. John M. Clayton, of Delaware, on the veto message of the President, on the bill for the benefit of the indigent insane, in the Senate of the United States, J Washington: Congressional Globe Office, (OCoLC) Get this from a library.

Speech of Mr. Clayton of Delaware in the Senate of the United States, Feb. 10, on the resolution of Mr. Grundy to prohibit the Select Committee on the Management of the Post Office Department from investigating the principles upon which the removals have been made in that department.

[John M Clayton]. Speech of Hon. John M. Clayton, of Delaware, on affairs in Kansas Territory. By [from old catalog] John Middleton Clayton.

Abstract. 11 p Topics: Kansas--Politics and government Publisher: Washington, Printed at the Congressional globe office, Year: OAI identifier: oai. defence of Delaware's original title to the island, ass0­ ciating with him James A.

Bayard of Delaware; and the case,': which was tried inin Independence Hall, Philadelphia, before John Sergeant as arbiter, was favour of Delaware and the United States Government. Clayton reached his majority in the politically un­. Speech of John M. Clayton of Delaware (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 31 gennaio di John Middleton Clayton (Autore) Visualizza the Hon.

William R. King, who presided over of Delaware deliberations of the Senate nearly twenty years with unsurpassed ability and impartiality, and who, during a long period, occupied the post of chief.

Born in Dagsboro, Delaware, son of Sarah (née Middleton) and James uncle, Dr. Joshua Clayton, was a former Governor of Delaware and his cousin, Thomas Clayton, was a prominent lawyer, U.S.

Senator, and M. Clayton studied at Berlin, Maryland and Milford, Delaware when his parents moved there.

His boyhood home, known as the Parson Thorne Mansion, was listed on the. The old hero of Buena Vista had never seen John M. Clayton, Delaware's favorite son, but on the advice of Mr. Critten- den, in whom he had always placed implicit confidence, of Delaware selected Clayton as his Secretary of State, and it was well for the interest of our country that he did so, for Mr.

Clayton was better equipped for the position, as. Speech of Hon. John M. Clayton, of Delaware, on affairs in Kansas Territory. (Washington, Printed at the Congressional globe office, ), by John Middleton Clayton (page images at HathiTrust) Speech of Hon.

James H. Hammond, of South Carolina, on the admission of Kansas, under the Lecompton constitution. long existed. The only comprehensive book on him is the impressionistic and eulogistic Memoir of John M.

Clayton () by Joseph P. Comegys, his former law-apprentice, the husband of his niece, and his successor for a short time in the United States Senate. It has value as primary source. John Clayton, a brother of Joshua, the father of Thomas, and James the father of John M., was a distinguished character, having been an active political personage in the colonial and later times; Judge in Admiralty under the Constitution of ; Sheriff of Kent at the period of change to the new form, and Associate Judge of the Court of Common.

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Clayton studied at Berlin, Maryland and Milford, Delaware when his parents moved there. He graduated from Yale University instudied law at the Litchfield Law School, and in began the practice of law in Dover, Delaware.

FOREWORD. T he nature and purpose of the federal government was the fundamental issue in the Constitutional Convention of Rather than settle the issue, however, the ratification of the Constitution made it central to the structure of American politics.

From the beginning of national lawmaking and administration inthe nature of the Union has been a major source of. John M. Clayton. John M. Clayton, son of James Clayton, and nephew of Governor Joshua Clayton, was possibly the strongest man that Delaware has produced. His mother was Sarah Middleton, and to her he always attributed much of his success in life.

He was born at Dagsborough, Sussex County, Novem State Receives Donation from Family of Governor C. Douglass Buck. State Receives Generous Donation of Historical Documents from Family of Governor C.

Douglass Buck For Immediate Release Wednesday, J Christopher Portante () (NEW CASTLE, DE) – Several historical documents, including a land deed from William Penn, have been donated to the State of Delaware by the.

Genealogy for John M Clayton ( - d.) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames. Introduction. John Middleton Clayton was appointed Secretary of State by President Zachary Taylor on March 7,and entered duty the next day.

He resigned the position on Jshortly after President Taylor died and Millard Fillmore assumed the Presidency. Clayton served during a difficult administration and suffered frequent criticism despite the fact that he wielded little.

Kenton Hundred is in the northwestern portion of Kent County, and was carved out of Duck Creek and Little Creek Hundreds, by an act of the Legislature, passed February 3,which recited: "The said new hundred shall be called Kenton Hundred, and shall embrace all that portion of Duck Creek and Little Creek Hundreds in Kent County, as at present constituted, lying on the west side of the.

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We really could not have achieved our success without our community family. A larger unincorporated area south of Townsend, west of Smyrna and north of Hartly, Delaware is also referred to as Clayton, but is not served by the municipality.

Find us. Town of Clayton. Hours of Operation: – M-F; Main Street P.O. Box Clayton, DE. The Kansas Bill. The following is a copy of Judge Douglas’s Kansas bill, which passed the Senate July 2. Y nays — A bill U> authorize the people of the territory of Kansas to form a constitution and State government, preparatory to their admission.

Speech of Hon. John M. Read, in favor of Free Kansas, Free White Labor, and of Fremont and Dayton, at the Eighth Ward Mass Meeting, Held in the Assembly Buildingq, on Tuesday Evening, Sept. 30, Philadelphia, Printed, l6pp., 6%"x9k1' The Dangers of.

Kansas Historical Society. John Brown Abolitionist. Born: May 9, Died: December 2, John Brown was born in Torrington, Connecticut, on May 9. CLAYTON, Henry De Lamar, (brother of Bertram Tracy Clayton), a Representative from Alabama; born near Clayton, Barbour County, Ala., Febru ; attended the common schools; was graduated from the literary department of the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa in and from its law department in ; was admitted to the bar in the latter year and commenced practice in Clayton.

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Board of Education. The Delaware were not satisfied with their life on separate allotments, and on July 4,another treaty was entered into whereby all their lands in Kansas could be disposed of. The final divestment of the Delaware of their remaining lands followed ways more devious, and more detrimental to their rights and interests than was usual under the.

KC-A8 John Clayton. KC-A8: originally installed in Born in Dagsboro, Delaware, Graduate of Yale College Member of Delaware House of Representatives Secretary of State of Delaware United States Senatorand until his death, Chief Justice of Delaware. Death or Hat.

John M. Clattor. The Hon. John M. Clayton died at bis res idence in Dover, Delawsre. Mr. Clayton has filled a large plaeo ia he affairs of tbe nation. Ho was ibree limes elected U.S.

Senator from Delaware, in lha years, andand had alill three years lo serve in that capacity at the time of hit death.Territorial Kansas Outline. Public Notice, Copy of Instruction for Wyandotte Float Author: No authors specified.

Date: September 1, It appeared that Dr. Johnston Lykins, an active Indian agent and land speculator, made this copy in longhand on September 1,of a notice issued the previous day by the surveyor general for Kansas and Nebraska territories, John Calhoun.John M.

Clayton (Zachary Taylor's secretary of state) and Sir Henry Bulwer (British Representative) got together to try to decide about making a canal between the Atlantic and Pacific. The country they originally thought to place this canal in was Nicaragua.