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A history of Dartmouth college and the town of Hanover, New Hampshire - Page 147
by Frederick Chase - 1913
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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
...voice swelled into a bolder note, as he uttered some emphatic thought ; but he instantly fell bock into the tone of earnest conversation, which ran throughout...body of his speech. A single circumstance will show you the clearness and absorbing power of his argument. " I observed that Judge Story, at the opening...
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The New Englander, Volume 11

Social sciences - 1853
...some emphatic thought ; but he instantly fell back into the tone of earnest conversation, -which rail throughout the great body of his speech. A single circumstance will show you the clearness and absorbing power of his argument. " I observed that Judge Story, at the opening...
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A Discourse Delivered Before the Faculty, Students, and Alumni of Dartmouth ...

Rufus Choate - Statesmen - 1853 - 100 pages
...that he seemed to carry with him every man of his audience without the slightest effort or weariness on either side. It was hardly eloquence, in the strict...body of his speech. A single circumstance will show you the clearness and absorbing power of his argument. " I observed that Judge Story, at the opening...
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Sketches of the lives and judicial services of the chief-justices of the ...

George Van Santvoord - Judges - 1854 - 533 pages
...that he seemed to carry with him every man of his andience without the slightest effort or weariness on either side. It was hardly eloquence, in the strict...body of his speech. A single circumstance will show you the clearness and absorbing power of his argument. " I observed that Jndgc Story, at the opening...
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Life of Daniel Webster

Benjamin Franklin Tefft - 1854 - 498 pages
...that he seemed to carry with him every man of his audience without the slightest effort or weariness on either side. It was hardly eloquence, in the strict...body of his speech. A single circumstance will show you the clearness and absorbing power of his argument : I observed that Judge Story, at the opening...
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Webster and his master-pieces, Volume 1

Benjamin Franklin Tefft - Legislators - 1854 - 498 pages
...that he seemed to carry with him every man of his audience without the slightest effort or weariness on either side. It was hardly eloquence, in the strict...body of his speech. A single circumstance will show you the clearness and absorbing power of his argument: I observed that Judge Story, at the opening...
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Lectures on Mental and Moral Culture

Samuel Penniman Bates - Education - 1860 - 319 pages
...that he seemed to carry with him every man of his audience without the slightest effort or weariness on either side. It was hardly eloquence, in the strict...body of his speech. A single circumstance will show you the clearness and absorbing power of his argument. I Case of every college. Pathetic appeal. auditory,...
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Memoir. Lectures and addresses

Rufus Choate, Samuel Gilman Brown - United States - 1862
...that he seemed to carry with him every man of his audience without the slightest effort or weariness on either side. It was hardly eloquence, in the strict...body of his speech. A single circumstance will show you the clearness and absorbing power of his argument. " I observed that Judge Story, at the opening...
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...side. It was hardly eloquence^ in the strict sense of the term ; it was pure reason. Now and then, fpr a sentence or two, his eye flashed and his voice swelled...body of his speech. A single circumstance will show you the clearness and absorbing power of his argument. " I observed that Judge Story, at the opening...
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The American Union Speaker: Containing Standard and Recent Selections in ...

John Dudley Philbrick - Readers - 1868 - 588 pages
...that he seemed to carry with him every man of his audience without the slightest effort or weariness on either side. It was hardly eloquence, in the strict...which ran throughout the great body of his speech. The argument ended. Mr. Webster stood for some moments silent before the court, while every eye was...
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