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" The argument ended. Mr. Webster stood for some moments silent before the court, while every eye was fixed intently upon him. At length, addressing the Chief Justice, Marshall, he proceeded thus: 'This, sir, is my case ! It is the case not merely of that... "
Life of Daniel Webster - Página 170
por George Ticknor Curtis - 1872
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The New Englander, Volumen11

1853
...Washington, that a friend spoke to him of the fact with surprise, when the Judge remarked, ' every thing was so clear, and so easy to remember, that not a...intently upon him. At length, addressing the Chief .In- tic.'. Marshall, he proceeded thus: — "' Tlds, Sir, is my case I It is the case, not merely...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volumen11

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1858
...when the Judge remarked, ' every thing was so clear, and so easy to rememoer, that not a note eeemed necessary, and, in fact, I thought little or nothing...upon him. At length, addressing the Chief Justice, Marshall, he proceeded thus : — " ' This, Sir, is my cafe ! It is the case, not merely of that humble...
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A Discourse Delivered Before the Faculty, Students, and Alumni of Dartmouth ...

Rufus Choate - 1853 - 88 páginas
...Washington, that a friend spoke to him of the fact with surprise, when the Judge remarked, ' every thing was so clear, and so easy to remember, that not a...upon him. At length, addressing the Chief Justice, Marshall, he proceeded thus : — " ' This, /Sir, is my case ! It is the case, not merely of that humble...
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A Discourse Delivered Before the Faculty, Students, and Alumni of Dartmouth ...

Rufus Choate - 1853 - 100 páginas
...Washington, that a friend spoke to him of the fact with surprise, when the Judge remarked, ' every thing was so clear, and so easy to remember, that not a...fact, I thought little or nothing about my notes.' a The argument ended. Mr. Webster stood for some moments silent before the Court, while every eye was...
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Webster and His Master-pieces, Volumen1

Benjamin Franklin Tefft - 1854 - 498 páginas
...him of the fact with surprise, when the judge remarked, ' everything was so COLLEGE CABE CONTINUED. clear, and so easy to remember, that not a note seemed...upon him. At length, addressing the chief justice, Marshall, he proceeded thus: " ' 27ii«, sir, is my case I It is the case, not merely of that humble...
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Life of Daniel Webster

Benjamin Franklin Tefft - 1854 - 498 páginas
...was so COLLEGE CASE CONTINUED. 189 clear, and so easy to remember, that not a note seemed ne cessaiy, and, in fact, I thought little or nothing about my...upon him. At length, addressing the chief justice, Marshall, he proceeded thus : " ' This, sir, is my case ! It is the case, not merely of that humble...
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Sketches of the lives and judicial services of the chief-justices of the ...

George Van Santvoord - 1854 - 533 páginas
...Everything was so clear, and so easy to remember, that not a note seemed necessary, and in fact, 1 thought little or nothing about my notes.' " The argument...fixed intently upon him. At length, addressing the Chief-Justice, Marshall, he proceeded thus : — " ' This, sir, is my case ! It is the case not merely...
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SKETCHES OF THE LIVES AND JUDICIAL SERVICES OF THE CHIEF-JUSTICES OF THE ...

GEORGE VAN SANTVOORD - 1854
...that a friend spoke to him of the fact with surprise, when the Judge remarked : — " * Everything was so clear, and so easy to remember, that not a note seemed necessary, and in fact, 1 thought little or nothing about my notes.' " The argument ended, Mr. Webster stood for some moments...
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Life of Daniel Webster

Benjamin Franklin Tefft - 1854 - 498 páginas
...Washington, that a friend spoke tc him of the fact with surprise, when the judge remarked, 'everything was so clear, and so easy to remember, that not a note seemed ne cessaiy, and, in fact, I thought little or nothing about my notes.' " The argument ended. Mr. Webster...
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Lectures on Mental and Moral Culture

Samuel Penniman Bates - 1860 - 319 páginas
...Washington, that a friend spoke to him of the fact with surprise, when the judge remarked, " Every thing was so clear, and so easy to remember, that not a...upon him. At length, addressing the Chief Justice, Marshall, he proceeded thus :— " This, sir, is my case. It is the case, not merely of that humble...
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