Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Randolph” in chapter 1.20, section c.1.20.89, page 189 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:

... personations of which were Jackson and Adams, contrasted. It was unique in all its characteristics, extremely eloquent, and nicely critical, and was, perhaps, the last, if not the first, speech of Mr. Randolph which he ever reported for himself. He called it his longo emendacior speech, had it printed in pamphlet form, and circulated it among his friends and those whom he specially admired. One of th...
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