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PACIFICATION. The act of making peace between two countries which have been at war; the restoration of public tranquillity.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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(83) Daniel Defoe, "The Pacificator," POAS, 6:178, lines 404-10.
Born in Virginia, Clay was often called "The Great Pacificator." He was almost constantly in public service.
(1777 - 1852) American statesman, often called The Great Pacificator. As a member of Congress from Kentucky, Clay was Speaker of the House (1811 - 20, 1823 - 25) and a leader of the " war hawks, " who urged war with Great Britain before 1812.