Clay, Henry (17771852)

Clay, Henry, an American statesman, born in Virginia; bred for the bar, and distinguished for his oratory; was for many years Speaker of the House of Representatives; was a supporter of war with Britain in 1812-15, and party to the treaty which ended it; was an advocate of protection; aspired three times unsuccessfully to the Presidency; his public career was a long one, and an honourable (17771852).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Clavileño * Clear the Causeway Riots
Claudius I, Tiberius Drusus
Claudius II.
Clausel, Bertrand
Clausewitz, Karl von
Clausius, Rudolf
Claverhouse, John Graham of, Viscount Dundee
Clavière
Clavije`ro
Clavigo
Clavileño
Clay, Henry
Clear the Causeway Riots
Cleanthes
Clear, Cape
Clearchus
Clearing-House
Cleishbotham, Jedediah
Clelia
Clemenceaux, Georges Benjamin
Clemencet, Charles
Clemencin, Diego