Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Hunter” in chapter 1.20, section c.1.20.92 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...re than half the others were Democrats who disapproved of the abolition crusade.
Perhaps, however, I ought to bear in mind that ingratitude is the cardinal principle of modern politics.
In 1846 Mr. Hunter was elected by the General Assembly, to the United States Senate.
He took his seat in December, 1847.
As a result of the reputation he had already achieved in the other branch of Congress, he was...
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