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Robert Y. Hayne and his times
Theodore D. Jervey
|Statement||by Theodore D. Jervey|
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Paul Hamilton Hayne was born in Charleston, South Carolina, on January 1, Hayne's uncle, Robert Y. Hayne () was a lawyer and politician. The young Hayne took up the practice of law, but later abandoned the legal profession to pursue his literary ambitions. Hayne, after the war, adopted Georgia as his Rating: % positive. Our times and their meaning Hardcover – January 1, by Carlyle Boynton Haynes (Author) › Visit Amazon's Carlyle Boynton Haynes Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central Author: Carlyle Boynton Haynes.
Another scholar concludes, "His voice was a magnificent instrument to express his emotions and ideas, remarkable clear, at times 'soft as a lute' and other times 'full as a trumpet,' beautifully modulated." Clay's modern biographer, Robert Remini, offers this cogent evaluation of the American System address. Robert Young Hayne (Novem – Septem ) was a United States Senator from South Carolina.. Sourced . The south repudiates the idea that a pecuniary dependence on the federal government is one of the legitimate means of holding the states together. A moneyed interest in the government is essentially a base interest; and just so far as it operates to bind .
The chapter on Andrew Jackson's first term, for example, has sections on the debate between Webster and Robert Y. Hayne over the Union, the infighting between Calhoun and Martin Van Buren, and the. Excerpt Chapter 1: The Desks of the Senate. The Chamber of the United States Senate was a long, cavernous space—over a hundred feet long. From its upper portion, from the galleries for citizens and journalists which rimmed it, it seemed even longer than it was, in part because it was so gloomy and dim—so dim in , when lights had not yet been added for television and the .
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In presenting to the public a life of Robert Y. Hayne, a word of explanation seems appropriate. Few, if any, of the public men of the United States have been so neglected by students of history; and it is astonishing to note how many writers, some of whom are otherwise quite careful, have been guilty of repeating the statement that, save for the fact that on the floor of the United.
""I can well recollect, Sir, that among the first lessons instilled into my mind "--Hayne, " Half title: Robert Y. Hayne and his times: a historical sketch of the state of South Carolina in the first five decades of the Constitution and the political influence of the ste on.
Robert Y. Hayne and his times. New York, Da Capo Press, [©] (OCoLC) Named Person: Robert Young Hayne; Robert Young Hayne: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Theodore D Jervey. Preview this book» What people are Calhoun succeeds Hayne in the Senate The Prsidents Proclamation.
Haynes deﬁant reply to the Presidents Proclamation and why it contained. CHAPTER IV. CHAPTER V. Haynes character as evinced by his decIarations His temperament. Robert Y. Hayne and His Times. Half-title: Robert Y. Hayne and his times; a historical sketch of the state of South Carolina in the first five decades of the Constitution and the political influence of the state on.
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Therefo. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. A MISUNDERSTOOD statesman -- that is the burden of Theodore D. Jervey's book about Robert Y. Hayne, and his effort is toward the clearing away of. Robert Young Hayne, (born Nov. 10,Colleton District, S.C., U.S.—died Sept.
24,Asheville, N.C.), American lawyer, political leader, and spokesman for the South, best-remembered for his debate with Daniel Webster (), in which he set forth a doctrine of nullification. Hayne entered the U.S. Senate in and soon became prominent as a.
1 Theodore D. Jervey, Robert Y. Hayne and His Times (New York, ). This book was reprinted in by the De Capo Press of New York City. A pamphlet length study by a relative is Paul H. Hayne, Lives of Robert Young Hayne and Hugh Swinton Legare (Charleston, ). There are brief sketches of Hayne in the Dictionary of American Biography.
For generations, school children remembered the Webster-Hayne Debate by memorizing the ending to Daniel Webster’s Second Reply to Robert Y. Hayne. Its soaring articulation of nationalism and American nationhood—“Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparable”—became a catchphrase for what American union meant.
HAYNE, ROBERT YOUNG (–), American political leader, born in St Paul’s parish, Colleton district, South Carolina, on the 10th of November He studied law in the office of Langdon Cheves (–) in Charleston, S.C., and in November was admitted to the bar there, soon obtaining a large practice.
The event that presented this portent of sectional discord was the debate over the nature of the Union between Daniel Webster of Massachusetts and Robert Y. Hayne of South Carolina. More than fifty years ago, a study of American political oratory noted that the Webster-Hayne debate had fallen into historical and political neglect.
Buy Robert Y. Hayne: And His Times (Classic Reprint) by Jervey, Theodore D. at ISBN/UPC: Save an average of 50% on the marketplace. Robert Y. Hayne and Daniel Webster Hayne: Robert Hayne had been in the Senate sincehaving entered at the age of His record there shows him constantly on guard against threats and perceived threats to the institution of slavery; including denunciation of the American Colonization Society.
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Hayne and his times, The elder brother. Speeches of the Hon. Robert Y. Hayne and the Hon. Daniel Webster, delivered in the Senate of the United States, Jan. 21 with a sketch of he preceding debate on the resolution of Mr. Foot, respecting the sale, &c. of public lands Hayne, Robert Young, [ Book: ] At National Library.
Master of the Senate, Book Three of The Years of Lyndon Johnson, carries Johnson’s story through one of its most remarkable periods: his twelve years, from toin the United States the heart of the book is its unprecedented revelation of how legislative power works in America, how the Senate works, and how Johnson, in his ascent to the presidency, Cited by: A great deal of that emphasis came from South Carolina.
It was in the mine up John C Calhoun, Robert Hayne, James Hammond, James Gadsden, and especially from De Bow Who, though he wrote in New Orleans, was from Charleston, South Carolina.
I deal with this subject of the southern request for a glorious empire in my book. It was no idle Or scarce. [This is an abridged version of the document.] Speech of Senator Robert Y. Hayne of South Carolina, Janu In coming to the consideration of the next great question, What ought to be the future policy of the Government in relation to the Public Lands?
we find the most opposite and irreconcileable opinions between the two parties which I have before described. .Speech of Senator Robert Y. Hayne of South Carolina, Janu The honorable gentleman from Massachusetts [Senator Daniel Webster] has gone out of his way to pass a high eulogium on the state of Ohio To all this, sir, I was disposed most cordially to respond.
"Hayne, Robert Young," in Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., ) " Hayne, Robert Young," in The New Student's Reference Work, Chicago: F.E. Compton and Co. () Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago.