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" Webster, leaning back at his ease, telling stories, cracking jokes, shaking the sofa with burst after burst of laughter, or smoothly discoursing to the perfect felicity of the logical part of one's constitution, would illuminate an evening now and then.... "
Famous Americans of Recent Times - Сторінка 151
автори: James Parton - 1877 - 473 стор.
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Retrospect of Western Travel, Том 1

Harriet Martineau - 1838 - 293 стор.
...estimate I and speech which so impetuous a nature has beeii able to attain. Mr. Webster, leaning back at his ease, telling stories, cracking jokes, shaking...cast-iron man, who looks as if he had never been born, and never could be extinguished, would come in sometimes to keep our understandings upon a painful stretch...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal, Том 13

1842
...his ease on the sofa, shaking it with burst after burst of laughter, telling stories, cracking jokes, or smoothly discoursing to the perfect felicity of the logical part of one's constitution. Such is his private boon companionship. Abroad, however, he is the stern, plain-dressed, grave republican...
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Personal Memorials of Daniel Webster ...

Charles Lanman - 1852 - 60 стор.
...his ease on the sofa, shaking it with burst after burst of laughter, telling stories, cracking jokes, or smoothly discoursing to the perfect felicity of the logical part of one's constitution. Such is his private boon companionship. Abroad, however, he is the stern, plain dressed, grave republican;...
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the private life of daniel webster

charles lanman - 1852
...his ease on the sofa, shaking it with burst after burst of laughter, telling stories, cracking jokes, or smoothly discoursing to the perfect felicity of the logical, part of one's constitution. Such was his private boon companionship. Abroad, however, he was the stern, plain-dressed, grave republican...
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The North American Review, Том 101

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1865
...estimate and speech which so impetuous a nature has been able to attain. Mr. Webster, leaning back at his ease, telling stories, cracking jokes, shaking...come in sometimes to keep our understandings on a ] fijii'i 1 stretch for a short while, and leave us to take to pieces his close, rapid, theoretical,...
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Ben Hardin: His Times and Contemporaries, with Selections from His Speeches

Lucius P. Little - 1887 - 640 стор.
...wilh the burst after burst of laughter, or smoothly discoursing to the perfect felicity of the local part of one's constitution, would illuminate an evening...man — who looks as if he had never been born and never could be extinguished, would come in sometimes, and keep our understandings upon a painful stretch...
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Ben Hardin: His Times and Contemporaries, with Selections from His Speeches

Lucius P. Little - 1887 - 640 стор.
...attain. Mr. Webster, leaning back at his ease, telling stories, cracking jokes, shaking the sofa with the burst after burst of laughter, or smoothly discoursing to the perfect felicity of the local part of one's constitution, would illuminate an evening now and then. Mr. Calhoun — the cast-iron...
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Noble Living and Grand Achievement: Giants of the Republic, Embracing the ...

Hamilton Wright Mabie - 1896 - 708 стор.
...estimate and speech which so impetuous a nature has been able to attain. Mr. Webster, leaning back at his ease, telling stories, cracking jokes, shaking...extinguished, would come in sometimes to keep our understanding on a painful stretch for a short while, and leave us to take to pieces his close, rapid,...
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The Great American Book of Biography, Illustrious Americans: Their Lives and ...

1896 - 737 стор.
...estimate and speech which so impetuous a nature has been able to attain. Mr. Webster, leaning back at his ease, telling stories, cracking jokes, shaking...extinguished, would come in sometimes to keep our understanding on a painful stretch for a short while, and leave us to take to pieces his close, rapid,...
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Library of the World's Best Literature: A-Z

Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George H. Warner, Edward Cornelius Towne - 1897
...man. " Harriet Martineau says " he would illuminate an evening by telling stories, cracking jokes, or smoothly discoursing to the perfect felicity of the logical part of one's constitution." Ticknor, who was so impressed with the majestic delivery of the orator, speaks of his being "as gay...
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