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Legal document from Clark Co., Ky. Chancery Court written and signed by Henry Clay, wherein Charles Gentry brings suit against William McMillan for a broken agreement entered into sometime in the year of 1799. McMillan was to exchange 62 acres of…

For Henry Clay of Ashland (with his servant James Marshall, a free colored person). Signed by Daniel Webster, Secretary of State. Visa on reverse for visit to Havana.

Complaint signed by Henry Clay in case of William Hughes and Robert Elliott, under the firm of William Hughes and Co., seeking payment of debt of L485-10-2 which was due Oct. 2, 1797 (?) for a house and lot and saw mill in Fayette County, Ky. D.S.…

A statement to the public recommending Franklin Knight as a respectable and intelligent gentleman, and the Christian Statesman, for which Knight is going to the Western states to solicit patronage, as a paper highly worthy of support. J. R. Underwood…

The answer of Henry Clay to the third amendment of Robert Wickliffe to his cross bill and answer in the suit in Fayette Circuit Court between this respondent the said Wickliffe and others. Sworn to in open court by Henry Clay, July 2, 1831

Complaint of Henry Clay to the Judge of the Circuit Court of Fayette County in suit with Robert Wickliffe, resulting from Clay's contract with William Lytle, 18th June 1808, for the exchange of certain real estate.

Brief prepared and signed by Henry Clay for the Fayette County (Ky.) Circuit Court concerning a breech of contract between William Beard, plaintiff, and Patrick Cullen, defendant. The defendant located a stable too close to the plaintiff's barn, then…

Legal document from the Circuit Court of Fayette County, Kentucky, written and signed by Henry Clay, wherein Green Clay brings suit against Joseph Hostutter for a broken agreement which was entered into on 2 September 1805 whereby Hostutter was to…

Legal document wherein John Dale releases to William Dale and his heirs any and all claims to 1000 acres of land for which William Dale has brought suit against John Campbell and James Speed in the Lexington District Court. John Dale also releases to…

Commission to Job J Hayes as Major of U.S. Volunteers. Signed by Andrew Johnson, President, and Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War. Also bears signature of E. D. Townsend, Ass't. Adj't. General.
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