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The great speeches and orations of Daniel Webster, with an essay on Daniel Webster as a master of English style,

Author: Daniel Webster; Edwin Percy Whipple
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, & Co., 1879.
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Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852.
Great speeches and orations of Daniel Webster.
Boston, Little, Brown, & Co., 1879
(OCoLC)612707086
Named Person: Daniel Webster; Daniel Webster; Daniel Webster; Daniel Webster; Daniel Webster
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Webster; Edwin Percy Whipple
OCLC Number: 1089344
Notes: Portrait vignette on t.p.
Description: lxiii, 707 pages frontispiece (portrait) 24 cm
Contents: The Dartmouth College case --
First settlement of New England --
Defence of Judge James Prescott --
The revolution in Greece --
The tariff --
The case of Gibbons and Ogden --
The Bunker Hill Monument --
The completion of the Bunker Hill Monument --
Our relations to the South American republics --
Adams and Jefferson --
The case of Ogden and Saunders --
The murder of Captain Joseph White --
The reply to Hayne --
The Constitution not a compact between sovereign states --
Public dinner at New York --
The presidential veto of the United States Bank Bill --
The character of Washington --
Executive patronage and removals from office --
Executive usurpation --
The natural hatred of the poor to the rich --
A redeemable paper currency --
The presidential protest --
The appointing and removing power --
On the loss of the fortification bill in 1885 --
Reception at New York --
Slavery in the District of Columbia --
The credit system and the labor of the United States --
Remarks on the political course of Mr. Calhoun, in 1838 --
Reply to Mr. Calhoun --
A uniform system of bankruptcy --
"The log cabin candidate" --
Address to the ladies of Richmond --
Reception at Boston --
The landing at Plymouth --
The Christian ministry and the religious instruction of the young --
Mr. Justice story --
The Rhode Island government --
Objects of the Mexican War --
Exclusion of slavery from the territories --
Speech at Marshfield --
Jeremiah Mason --
Kossuth --
The Constitution and the Union --
Reception at Buffalo --
The addition to the Capitol --
Appendix. Impressment ; The right of search ; Letters to General Cass on the treaty of Washington --
The Hülsemann letter.
Responsibility: by Edwin P. Whipple.

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