As a U.S. senator, Henry Clay presented his Compromise of 1850 to save the Union. Future U.S. president Millard Fillmore was presiding, John C. Calhoun was right of Fillmore, and Daniel  Webster, to the left of Clay, listened with his head in his hand.
As a U.S. senator, Henry Clay presented his Compromise of 1850 to save the Union. Future U.S. president Millard Fillmore was presiding, John C. Calhoun was right of Fillmore, and Daniel Webster, to the left of Clay, listened with his head in his hand.
As a U.S. senator, Henry Clay presented his Compromise of 1850 to save the Union. Future U.S. president Millard Fillmore was presiding, John C. Calhoun was right of Fillmore, and Daniel Webster, to the left of Clay, listened with his head in his hand.

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