In the letter Clay discusses the recent Creek War in Alabama and describes current efforts to permanently remove Indians from the state. (Clay believed that "nothing would restore safety and tranquility, to the inhabitants, but the entire removal...
In the letter Moore discusses public sentiment over states' rights violations by the United States Congress: "I trust that public meetings throughout the state, will be held, for the purpose of enlightening the masses, and causing them to...
The introduction briefly discusses the terms of the "compromise bills" and encourages support for the decisions of the federal government: "There appears no objection from any Southern man to the Fugitive Slave Bill. After the Wilmot Proviso has...
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