1832 Adams, John Quincy

Apparently from the New Orleans True American, saying that “Public opinion in the south, would now, we are sure, justify an immediate resort to force by the southern delegation  —EVEN…

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1837 Adams, John Quincy

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February 3, 1843 62,791 people have signed petition to the state legislature, and 48,000 to the US Congress.  John Quincy Adams was selected to take charge of the petitions to Congress.

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December 29, 1843 In an article which expresses a strong hope that the gag law will be repealed in the present session of Congress, and praising the Massachusetts Legislature for its…

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November 21, 1845 A letter from Adams, Aug 19, in Quincy commending a proposed publication of a book on Tobacco.   Adams recounts his previous addiction to tobacco, and that he…

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September 20, 1861 The article first commends the action of Gen. Fremont, “emancipating under martial law all the slaves belonging to the rebel slaveholders in Missouri”.  It then notes that…

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1861 Adams, John Quincy Civil War Lincoln, Abraham