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Adams, John, Quincy

Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Archibald McClean letter

 Unprocessed Material — Folder 1
Identifier: ViU-2023-0186
Dates: 16 February 1842

Archibald McClean letter to Francis James supporting anti-slavery measures in Virginia

 Collection — Folder 1
Identifier: MSS 16829
Content Description This collection contains a single letter from Colonel Archibald McClean to Pennsylvania Congressman Honorable Francis James, dated February 16, 1842. McClean, a well-connected Virginia lawyer, expresses his support for the anti-slavery efforts of John Quincy Adams. McClean notes his interest in "the debate which has been going on for some time in your House [of Representatives] upon the resolution for censuring Mr. [John Quincy] Adams for presenting a petition which was unpalatable to at...
Dates: 16 February 1842

James Kirke Paulding papers

Identifier: MSS 7223
Content Description This collection of James Kirke Paulding MSS 7223, -a,-b,-c,-d contains manuscripts of the poems, "The Backwoodsman," and "Where are Women Angels?" There are also typed manuscripts of two poems by John Quincy Adams and one of an untitled poem to Adams by James Kirke Paulding. Also included is a fragment of "The Rights of War and Peace."Most of the correspondence in the collection discusses the Department of Navy business. There is a document appointing Paulding as Navy Agent in...
Dates: 1804-1874