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[Resolution recommending trial of Jefferson Davis and Clement C. Clay by military commission.]
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The resolution recommending the trial of Jefferson Davis and Clement C. Clay by military commission, for complicity in the assassination of Mr.
Lincoln, and for violation of the rules and usages of war, was taken up, and an amendment offered by Mr. How ard, so as to include others who acted in concert with Davis and Clay. Howard spoke at.
Page vii PREFACE THE memoirs of "Mrs. Clay, of Alabama," by which title Mrs. Clement C. Clay, Jr. (now Mrs. Clay-Clopton), was known during the period comprised bybegin in the middle of the second decade of the nineteenth century, the scenes being laid among the affluent plantations of North Carolina and Alabama, and, continuing through two brilliant administrations at the national.
Notes: • Huntsville native, Clement Claiborne Clay, was pictured on the Confederate $1 bill - • "He was graduated from the University of Alabama, B. A.,A.M.,and served as private secretary to his father during the latter's term as governor of Alabama, The Tribune, at once began a series of leading editorials demanding that our Government proceed to a trial; and on JanuSenator Howard, of Michigan, offered a joint resolution, aided by Mr.
Sumner, “recommending the trial of Jefferson Davis and Clement C. Clay before a military tribunal or court-martial, for charges mentioned in.
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