If we do not mistake, DANIEL WEBSTER was reckoned something of a
constitutional lawyer in his time, and about the year 1850 was exalted to the
highest pitch of statesmanship, so far as the applause and encomiums of
everybody on the Slavery side could do it.
Well, Mr. WEBSTER once wrote a memorial to Congress, at the
request of citizens of Boston, on this Missouri question, portions of which we
publish in another part of this paper.
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