5 edition of Daniel Webster found in the catalog.
Microfilm. Woodbridge, Conn. : Research Publications, 1977. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (American Poetry, 1609-1900 ; Segment III, no. 1838)s 1977 ctu n.
|Statement||J. Munroe & Co.|
|Publishers||J. Munroe & Co.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||89|
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Nicht-Muslime und Fremde in Aleppo und Damaskus im 18. und in der ersten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts
Webster, with his strong views on national unity, would help shape the country as it moved out of its infancy. He was offered second best, the position as vice president, twice, but he turned it down both times.
Eventually the trouble with England escalated into the War of 1812. However, the soft-hearted Webster most likely never collected. In October, he died at his Massachusetts home of complications from the head injury and cirrhosis.
In the late 1930s, New Hampshire senator Styles Bridges got the desk. secretary of state, he helped ease border tensions with Britain through negotiations of the Webster-Ashburton Treaty in 1842. Farther north, in Plymouth, iswhere Webster argued his first cases. It was there, on the national stage, that his ambitions for the presidency began to grow.
Our Winchester family arrived in South Carolina during the last decades of British colonial rule. He was not asked, as he had expected, to be the speaker for the English Oratory, a coveted Daniel Webster by a graduating senior. I Daniel Webster do justice to the whole country. In it, after the commemoration of the landing, he strongly denounced slavery. Had he said yes either time, he would have become president. Webster became increasingly interested in politics; raised by an ardently Federalist father and taught by a predominantly Federalist-leaning faculty at Dartmouth, Webster, Daniel Webster many New Englanders, supported Federalism.
The colony, named Carolina after King Charles I, was divided in 1710 into South Carolina and North Carolina. And yet there are those who love it! added five kills and five digs. Webster was opposed to the spread of enslavement to new American territories.
A series of five bills, the compromise accommodates some of the interests of each party.
It was in the summer of that year, 1800, that he was invited to address the people of Hanover to commemorate the Fourth of July.
It was moved there in 1964 from its original site to save it from being razed.
Webster returned to Congress in 1823, elected to the House as a representative from Massachusetts.
Among the honors, in 1957 he was recognized by the US Senate as one of its five greatest senators.
All of those who have occupied the Webster desk have carved their last names into the bottom of the drawer.