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Speech of Mr. Poindexter, in the House of Representatives, U.S., on the Seminole war
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WISE, Henry Alexander, (father of John Sergeant Wise and Richard Alsop Wise and uncle of George Douglas Wise), a Representative from Virginia; born in Drummondtown, Accomack County, Va., December 3, ; was privately tutored until his twelfth year and then entered Margaret Academy, near Pungoteague, Accomack County; was graduated from . On the Seminole War: U.S. House of Representatives, 19 January On the Expunging Resolutions: U.S. Senate, 16 January ISBN () The Electric Umbrella,
The Democrat Jackson lost the election in a vote in the House of Representatives, however, after failing to win a majority in the Electoral College. Polk, elected to the House himself in , quickly became one of Jackson's strongest allies in Congress and helped lead the fight against internal improvements and to lower tariffs. The First Seminole War was brought on by increasing tensions between the settlers of southern Georgia and the Seminole Indians residing in Spanish Florida. Cross-border raids by both parties, the continued presence of runaway slaves among the Indians, and a strong desire on the part of the United States to possess the peninsula all led to an outbreak of hostilities in late
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When he was not fiercely defending his seat in Congress. TALLMADGE, James, Jr., a Representative from New York; born in Stanfordville, Dutchess County, N.Y., Janu ; was graduated from Brown University, Providence, R.I., in ; secretary to Governor Clinton ; studied law; was admitted to the bar in and practiced in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., and in New York City; served in the War of .