Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Joel Parker” in chapter 7 of Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 3:
...ed divided; but the activity there was on Webster's side.
Felton was his partisan.
Bowen, in the North American Review, espoused his cause, and supported the Compromise.
Theophilus Parsons and Joel Parker , the professors at the Law School, read lectures in defence of the Fugitive Slave law. Choate disregarded the proprieties of its anniversary meeting by an oration which was a plea for the Compromise...
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