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" Sir, the eloquence of Mr. CALHOUN, or the manner of his exhibition of his sentiments in public bodies, was part of his intellectual character. It grew out of the qualities of his mind. It was plain, strong, terse, condensed, concise; sometimes impassioned... "
Biographical Sketches of the Graduates of Yale College with Annals of the ... - Page 635
by Franklin Bowditch Dexter - 1911
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The United States Magazine and Democratic Review, Volume 26

United States - 1850
...public bodies, was part of his intellectual character. It grew out of the qualities of his mind. It was plain, strong, terse, condensed, concise ; sometimes...impassioned, still always severe. Rejecting ornament. Dot often seeking far for illustration, his power consisted in the plainness of bis propositious, in...
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Obituary addresses delivered on the occasion of the death of the Hon. John C ...

Clement Moore Butler, United States. Congress. Senate - 1850 - 39 pages
...public bodies, was part of his intellectual character. It grew out of the qualities of his mind. It was plain, strong, terse, condensed, concise; sometimes...logic, and in the earnestness and energy of his manner. These are the qualities, as I think, which have enabled him through such a long course of years to...
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The Death and Funeral Ceremonies of John Caldwell Calhoun: Containing the ...

South Carolina. General Assembly, Robert Barnwell Rhett - 1850 - 168 pages
...public bodies, was part of his intellectual character. It grew out of the qualities of his mind. It was plain, strong, terse, condensed, concise ; sometimes...logic, and in the earnestness and energy of his manner. These are the qualities, as I think, which have enabled him, through such a long course of years, to...
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The American Almanac and Repository of Useful Knowledge for the ..., Volume 22

Almanacs, American - 1850
...public bodies, was part of his intellectual character. It grew out of the qualities of his mind. It was plain, strong, terse, condensed, concise ; sometimes...of his logic, and in the earnestness and energy of hie manner. These are the qualities, as I think, which have enabled him through such a long course...
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American Review : a Whig Journal of Politics, Literature, Art and ..., Volume 11

1850
...character — it grew out of the qualities of his mind — it was plain and strong, sometimes unsurpassed still always severe, rejecting ornament, not often...illustration. His power consisted in the plainness of his expression, in the closeness of his logic and in the earnestness and energy of his manner. These are...
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The United States Democratic Review, Volume 26

Thomas Prentice Kettell, D. W Holly, Conrad Swackhamer, Spencer Wallace Cone, Isaac Lawrence - United States - 1850
...ornament, Dot often seeking far for illustration, his power cousisted in the plainness of his propositious, in the closeness of his logic, and in the earnestness and energy of his manner. These are the qualities, as I think, which have enabled him through sucb a long course of years to...
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The Works of Daniel Webster ...: Speeches in Congress, and legal arguments ...

Daniel Webster, Edward Everett - United States - 1851
...public bodies, was part of his intellectual character. It grew out of the qualities of his mind. It was plain, strong, terse, condensed, concise ; sometimes...logic, and in the earnestness and energy of his manner. These are the qualities, as I think, which have enabled him through such a long course of years to...
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New South Wales Constitution Bill: The Speeches, in the Legtislative Council ...

New South Wales. Parliament. Legislative Council - Constitutions - 1853 - 232 pages
...public bodies, was part of his intellectual character. It grew out of the qualities of his mind. It was plain, strong, terse, condensed, concise; sometimes...and in the earnestness and energy of his manner." To this felicitous description of the manner of his great rival, Mr. Webster added a just and noble...
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The American Statesman: Or, Illustrations of the Life and Character of ...

Joseph Banvard - Publishers' catalogs - 1853 - 334 pages
...public bodies, was part of his intellectual character. It grew out of the qualities of his mind. It was plain, strong, terse, condensed, concise, sometimes...logic, and in the earnestness and energy of his manner. These are the qualities, as I think, which have enabled him through such a long course of years to...
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LEWIS C. MUNN - 1853
...public bodies, was part of his intellectual character. It grew out of the qualities of his mind. It was plain, strong, terse, condensed, concise; sometimes...logic, and in the earnestness and energy of his manner. These are the qualities, as I think, which have enabled him through such a long course of years to...
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