Author:Daniel Webster

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Daniel Webster
(1782–1852)
United States Senator and Secretary of State, famed for his ability as an orator

Works[edit]

  • The Works of Daniel Webster 11th edition (1858) (c. 1851), edited by Edward Everett
Volume 1, Biographical memoir of the public life of Daniel Webster [by Edward Everett]. Speeches delivered on various public occasions. (External scan)
Volume 2, Speeches delivered on various public occasions. (External scan)
Volume 3, Speeches in the convention to amend the constitution of Massachusetts. Speeches in Congress. (External scan)
Volume 4, Speeches in Congress. (External scan)
Volume 5, Speeches in Congress. Legal arguments and speeches to the jury. (External scan)
Volume 6, Legal arguments and speeches to the jury. Diplomatic and official papers. Miscellaneous letters. (External scan)

Works about Webster[edit]

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