Moore issued the handbill in response to two statements published by Colonel John McKinley, his opponent in the race for the United States Senate. The two men had been at odds since McKinley allegedly did not support Moore's nephew for the post of...
In the first letter, written January 5, 1831, Moore explains that he will soon reply to a letter written by John Coffee, which Gayle had delivered. In the second letter, written January 9, 1831, Moore gives Gayle permission to read his reply to...
In the letter Moore discusses a conversation he had with Coffee and President Andrew Jackson the previous summer, regarding the conflict between himself and Colonel John McKinley. (McKinley allegedly did not support Moore's nephew for the post of...
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