5 edition of Speech of Mr. John Quincy Adams on the case of Alexander McLeod found in the catalog.
|Genre||Speeches in Congress.|
|Contributions||Quincy, Josiah Phillips, 1829-1910, former owner., John Adams Library (Boston Public Library)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||12|
From Alexander Hamilton to John Quincy Adams, 8 August & Nicholas & Jacob Van Staphorst & Hubbard predicated upon that of the President to me,3 C a copy of a power from me to Mr. Short founded also upon the Presidents power to me,4 D a copy of my general instructions to Mr Alexander Recipient Adams, John Quincy Date 8 August william henry harrison president of the united states.—his death.—vice-president john tyler succeeds.—remarks of mr. adams on the occasion.—his speech on the case of alexander m'leod.—his views concerning commonplace books.—his lecture on china and chinese commerce.—remarks on the state of the country, and his duty in relation to.
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In , the New York Historical Society asked ex-President John Quincy Adams to give a speech on the Constitution of the United States. Adams was a Harvard-trained lawyer who was known for his tenacity in the fight for human rights and against slavery. John Quincy Adams was in Ghent, negotiating the end of the War of when Emperor Alexander passed through the town in celebratory fashion. Alexander was more than just a foreign leader and dignitary to Adams, he had become a friend. In , John Quincy Adams accepted s request from President Madison to serve as Minister to Russia.
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