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" I could be instrumental in eradicating this deepest stain upon the character of our country, and removing all cause of reproach on account of it, by foreign nations; if I could only be instrumental in ridding of this foul blot that revered state that... "
Addresses and Ceremonies at the New Year's Festival to the Freedmen, on ... - Page 28
1867 - 48 pages
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The Speeches of Henry Clay: Delivered in the Congress of the United States ...

Henry Clay - United States - 1827 - 381 pages
...in ridding of this foul blot that revered state that gave me birth, or that not less beloved state which kindly adopted me as her son, I would not exchange the proud satisfaction which I should enjoy for the honour of all the triumphs ever decreed to the most successful conqueror. Having I hope shown that...
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The Missionary Herald, Volume 23

Congregational churches - 1827
...in ridding of this foul blot that revered State that gave me birth , or that not less beloved State which kindly adopted me as her son, I would not exchange the proud satisfaction which I should enjoy for the honor of all the triumphs ever decreed to the most successful conqueror. Again: We are reproached...
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The African Repository, Volume 2

African Americans - 1827
...in ridding of this foul blot that revered State that gave me birth, or that not less beloved State which kindly adopted me as her son, I would not exchange the proud satisfaction which I should enjoy, for the honour of all the triumphs ever decreed to the most successful conquerer. Having, I hope, shown...
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Speeches of the Hon. Henry Clay, of the Congress of the United States

Henry Clay - United States - 1842 - 504 pages
...in ridding of this foul blot that revered state that gave me birth, or that not less beloved state which kindly adopted me as her son, I would not exchange the proud satisfaction which I should enjoy for the honor of all the triumphs ever decreed to the most successful conqueror. Having, I hope, shown...
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The Life and Speeches of the Hon. Henry Clay ...

Henry Clay - 1843
...in ridding of this foul blot that revered state that gave me birth, or that not less beloved state which kindly adopted me as her son ; I would not exchange the proud satisfaction which I should enjoy, for the honor of all the triumphs ever decreed to the most successful conqueror. Having, I hope, shown...
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The Life and Speeches of Henry Clay ...

Henry Clay - Campaign literature - 1843
...in ridding of this foul blot that revered State that gave me birth, or that not less beloved State which kindly adopted me as her son, I would not exchange the proud satisfaction which I should enjoy for the honor of all the triumphs ever decreed to the most successful conqueror. Having, I hope, shown...
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The Life and Speeches of Henry Clay ...

Henry Clay - Campaign literature - 1843
...blot that revered .State that gave me birth, or that not less beloved State which kindly adopted me aa her son, I would not exchange the proud satisfaction which I should enjoy for the honor of all the triumphs ever decreed to the most successful conqueror. Having, I hope, shown...
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The Life and Speeches of Henry Clay, Volumes 1-2

Henry Clay - Campaign literature - 1843
...in ridding of this foul blot that revered State that gave me birth, or that not less beloved State which kindly adopted me as her son, I would not exchange the proud satisfoction which I should enjoy for the honor of all the triumphs ever decreed to the most successful...
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The African Repository, Volume 20

African Americans - 1844
...instrumental in ridding, of this foul blot, thatrevered State (Virginia) that gave me birth — or that no less beloved State (Kentucky) which kindly adopted...proud satisfaction which I should enjoy for all the honor of all the triumphs ever decreed to the most successful conqueror." In the same speech he remarked,...
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The Clay Code: Or, Text-book of Eloquence, a Collection of Axioms, Apothegms ...

Henry Clay - Vandenhoff, George, 1820-1883 - 1844 - 149 pages
...in ridding of this foul blot that revered State which gave me birth, or that not less beloved State which kindly adopted me as her son, — I would not exchange the proud satisfaction I should enjoy, for the honor of all the triumphs ever decreed to the most successful conqueror ! Of...
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