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A history of Dartmouth college and the town of Hanover, New Hampshire - Page 148
by Frederick Chase - 1913
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The New Englander, Volume 11

Social sciences - 1853
...the man who had made such an argument, melted into the tenderness of a child. "Mr. Webster had now recovered his composure, and fixing his keen eye on...(glancing at the opponents of the College before him,) ' but, for myself, when I see my alma mater surrounded, like Cfesar in the senate house, by those who...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 11

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - United States - 1858
...tenderness of a child. " Mr. Webster had now recovered his composure, and fixing his keen eye on tho Chief Justice, said, in that deep tone with which...(glancing at the opponents of the College before him,) 'but, for myself, when I see my alma mater surrounded, like Ctcsar in the senate house, by those who...
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A Discourse Delivered Before the Faculty, Students, and Alumni of Dartmouth ...

Rufus Choate - Statesmen - 1853 - 100 pages
...the man who had made such an argument, melted into the tenderness of a child. " Mr. Webster had now recovered his composure, and fixing his keen eye on...(glancing at the opponents of the College before him,) ' but, for myself, when I see my alma mater surrounded, like Caesar in the senate house, by those who...
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Life of Daniel Webster

Benjamin Franklin Tefft - 1854 - 498 pages
...the man who had made such an argument, melted into the tenderness of a child. " Mr. Webster had now recovered his composure, and fixing his keen eye on...I know not how others may feel,' (glancing at the cppooents of the college before him, some of whom were its for COLLEGE CASE CONCLUDED. 191 mer graduates,)...
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Webster and his master-pieces, Volume 1

Benjamin Franklin Tefft - Legislators - 1854 - 498 pages
...the man who had made such an argument, melted into the tenderness of a child. " Mr. Webster had now recovered his composure, and fixing his keen eye on..."'Sir, I know not how others may feel,' (glancing at the'oppooeuts of the college before him, some of whom were its forCOLLEGE CASE CONCLUDED. 191 mer graduates,)...
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Life of Daniel Webster

Benjamin Franklin Tefft - 1854 - 498 pages
...argument, melted into the ten. derness of a child. " Mr. Webster had now recovered his composure, and fixmg his keen eye on the chief justice, said, in that deep...I know not how others may feel,' (glancing at the oppo dents of the college before him, some of whom were its for mer graduates,) 'but, for myself, when...
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Sketches of the lives and judicial services of the chief-justices of the ...

George Van Santvoord - Judges - 1854 - 533 pages
...child. Mr. Webster had now recovered hia composure, anil, fixing his keen eye on the Chief-Justice, said, in that deep tone with which he sometimes thrilled the heart of an andience, " 'Sir, I know not how others may feel,' (glancing at the opponents of the College before...
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SKETCHES OF THE LIVES AND JUDICIAL SERVICES OF THE CHIEF-JUSTICES OF THE ...

GEORGE VAN SANTVOORD - 1854
...child. Mr. Webster had now recovered his composure, and, fixing his keen eye oa the Chief-Justice, said, in that deep tone with which he sometimes thrilled the heart of aa audience, " * Sir, I know not how others may feel/ (glancing at the opponents of the College before...
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THE LIVES AND TIMES OF THE CHIEF JUSTICES OF THE Supreme Court of the United ...

HENRY FLANDERS. - 1858
...— it would be one of the most touching pictures in the history of eloquence/ ' Mr. Webster had now recovered his composure, and, fixing his keen eye...(glancing at the opponents of the college before him,) ' but, for myself, when I see my alma mater surrounded, like Csesar in the Senate House, by those who...
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Lectures on Mental and Moral Culture

Samuel Penniman Bates - Education - 1860 - 319 pages
...before us ! The grace and noble bearing of the man upon his entrance, which seemed to sit so easily keen eye on the Chief Justice, said, in that deep tone with which ho sometimes thrilled the heart of an audience: — "Sir, I know not how others may feel," (glancing...
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