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Foot, relative to the public lands, being under consideration" See other formats. its flavor with the occasion which draws it forth.
Webster's speeches on the tariff, on the bank, and on like subjects, able as they are, are necessarily dry, but his speeches on nobler themes are admirable reading. This is, of course, due to the variety and ease of treatment, to. The closing Appeal to the Senate of Massachusetts, in Mr.
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Stewart, of Pennsylvania, in support of the tariff policy, and in reply to Mr. M'Duffie delivered in the House of Representatives, June 5, by: Stewart, Andrew, Page 84 - The clear conception, outrunning the deductions of logic, the high purpose, the firm resolve, the dauntless spirit, speaking on the tongue, beaming from the eye, informing every feature, and urging the whole man onward, right onward to his object, — this, this is eloquence; or rather, it is something greater and higher than all eloquence, — it is action, noble, sublime, godlike.
Against this bill, known as the tariff ofMr. Webster made, as Mr. Adams wrote in his diary at the time, “an able and powerful speech,” which can be more properly considered when we come to his change of position on this question a few years later. Taussig has collected speeches and reports by Alexander Hamilton, Albert Gallatin, R.J.
Walker, Henry Clay, and Daniel Webster on the issue of free trade and tariffs. He used these documents in his course at Harvard University on the History of the Tariff.
passed judgment upon Mr. Webster and condemned what he said on the 7th of March,as wrong in principle and mistaken in policy.
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On Monday, the 25th, Mr. Hayne resumed, and concluded his argument. Webster immediately rose in reply, but yielded the floor for a motion for adjournment. The next day (26th January, ) Mr. Webster took the floor and delivered the following speech, which has given such great celebrity to the debate.
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This biography of Daniel Webster was written by H.A. Lewis in his book, Hidden Treasures: Why Some Succeed While Others Fail (). Lewis observed, "[Webster] lived in an age of great legislators and it is needless to add that he was excelled in statesmanship by January 18th,was born at Franklin, New Hampshire, a son to a.
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but the special impression upon them of a particular organized force in the business rmore, every expedient and device of secrecy is brought into use to keep the public' unaware of the arguments of the.
The author of the Compromise measures of was Mr. CLAY, Mr. WEBSTER was their champion in the Senate, and Mr. FILLMORE signed the bills, making them the law of the land. At that time, Whigs. Now it was time for Congress to act. On December 27 a tariff bill, substantially in accord with the views expressed by the Secretary of the Treasury in his report, was reported in the House of Representatives from the Committee of Ways and Means, by Mr.
Verplanck. It was looked upon as an administration measure. Webster, in reply, contended that the Northern States had always been the friends of the West, and incidentally mentioned the blessings that had resulted from excluding slavery from Ohio, &c.
This commenced the grand contest. On Monday, Mr. Hayne concluded his eloquent speech in reply to the last from Mr. Webster. Clay's speech upon the tariff, or The "American system," so called, or the Anglican system, in fact introduced here, and perverted in its most material bearing upon society, by the omission of a system of corn laws, for the protection of agriculture: Mr.
Giles' speech upon the resolutions of inquiry in the House of Delegates of Virginia, in reply to Mr. Clay's speech: also, his speech in. No doubt Mr. Webster's policy in pointed logically toward his last great speech, 7 March,in which he supported Mr.
Clay's elaborate compromises for disposing of the difficulties that had grown out of the vast extension of territory consequent upon the Mexican war.
For a new printing of the whole debate, and more: Webster and Hayne's celebrated speeches: in the United States Senate, on Mr. Foot's resolution of January, also Daniel Webster's speech in the 7,on the slavery compromise.
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His part in the tariff debates of in Congress, his reply to Hayne, and his struggle with Jackson, occupy two chapters, in which Webster’s extraordinary powers of reasoning and of oratory are analyzed. Lodge seems to judge without partisanship Webster’s Seventh of March speech, and the dissensions between him and his party.
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