Statistics for occurrence #1 of “James B. Clay” in entry peace-congresses of Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History:
...p for final action, Baldwin's proposition, offered as a substitute, was rejected by a vote of 13 States against 8.
Seddon then offered his substitute, and it was rejected—16 States against 4. James B. Clay , a son of Henry Clay, then offered Crittenden's compromise.
It was rejected by 14 States against 5.
Guthrie's report was then taken up, and after some modifications was adopted.
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