Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Chicago” in chapter 103 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 2.:
...h, on the 15th of March, which he would read.
He then read an extract of Mr. Douglas's speech, declaring that the President had no right to make a blockade at New Orleans or Charleston more than at Chicago .
He also read from a speech of Daniel Webster, delivered in 1832, declaring that General Jackson had no right to blockade Charleston.
He said he approved these sentiments, uttered by these eminen...
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