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In the first instance to practice stratagem with my friends and me Ac cordingly the arts of persuasion and flattery were employed But as I

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not hasten to ive my and flattery were employed But as I did not hasten to ive in my And remained most mysteriously atlent in other words had not converted myself into a boisterous and zealous partizan of Gen Jackson it became na cessary to change that policy and to substitute intimidation for blandishment Mr Kramer presented himself as a fit agent in this new work He was ardent impelled by a blind and infuriate zeal and irresponsible And Possessed At Least possessed at least faculty of clamorous vociferation His letter to the Columbian Observer was prepared and he was instructed to sign and transmit it That he was not the author of the letter he has deliberately admitted to Mr Crownin shield former Secretar. ,
Excerpt from An Address Of Henry Clay To The Public Containing Certain Testimony In Henry Clay to the Public Containing Certain Testimony in of the Charges Against Him Made by Gen Andrew Public Containing Certain Testimony in of the Charges Against Him Made by Gen Andrew Touching the Last Presidential ElectionI the charge bad originated with Mr George Kramer's letter to the Columbian Observer But recent disclosures of General Jackson and his partisans satisfactorily establish that although the sternness ol'mr Kremer's patriotism rompted him to cry aloud and spare not he must be stripped o the borrowed merit of original inven tion which impartial justice reuires should now be transferred 8 distinguished personage A brief summary of incontesta cle facts will evince the justness of this observationIt was the policy "With Which The Political Campaign Was Conduct "which the political campaign was conduct in the Winter 1824 95 by the es of the General. .
An Address of Henry Clay, to the Public

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