The voice of the people, and the facts, in relation to the rejection of Martin Van Buren, by the U.S. Senate.
|Related Names:||Tallmadge, Nathaniel Pitcher 1795-1864., Webster, Daniel 1782-1852., Smith, Samuel 1752-1839., Marcy, William L. 1786-1857., Jackson, Andrew 1767-1845., Forsyth, John 1780-1841., Dix, John A. 1798-1879., Clay, Henry 1777-1852., Butler, Benjamin F. 1818-1893., Brown, Bedford 1795-1870.|
New York : Printed at the Standard Office, 1832.
Van Buren, Martin,
United States > Foreign relations > Great Britain.
United States > Politics and government > 1829-1837.
Van Buren was nominated as minister to Great Britain. This pamphlet contains The voice of New York, proceedings of a meeting of Republican members of the Legislature, Feb. 3, 1832, with remarks of N.P. Tallmadge; Great public meeting in the city of Albany, Feb. 4, 1832, with remarks of Gen Dix and B.F. Butler; Remarks of Webster, W.L. Marcy, S. Smith, J. Forsyth, Clay and Brown in the U. S. Senate on the Van Buren nomination; Correspondence between the Republican members of the New York Legislature and Pres. Jackson; Communication of S. Smith to the National intelligencer, Feb. 12, 1832.
"New York Standard - Extra."
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