1813.058: Speech of Henry Clay in Congress on January 8-9, 1813.
Full Title: Mr. Clay's speech; on the new Army bill, delivered in the House of Representatives of the U.S. on the 8th and 9th January, 1813: in reply to Mr. Quincy.
Author: Clay, Henry (1777-1852), of Kentucky.
Place Issued: Alexandria
Issuing Press: Corse & Rounsavell
Description: 24 pgs.; 23 cm. (8vo).
Herein, Clay responded to speech of Josiah Quincy of Massachusetts (1813.057) opposing the " Bill in addition to the act entitled An act to raise an additional military force, and for other purposes" of January 5th; Clay suggests that Quincy was alluding to non-existent conspiracies to distract the country from real causes of the war, and from unconstitutional talks that northern Federalists had held in Boston with British emissaries. Despite the many protests of the Federalists, the bill passed on January 29th (Chap. XVI of Acts of Twelfth Congress, Second session). Imprint carries caption title only; colophon on last printed page [p.23] states: "Printed by Corse & Rounsavell, at the Office of the Alexandria Herald, for the Republicans of the town of Alexandria."
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