Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Webster” in chapter 1.48, section c.1.48.40, page 167 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:

... of its adoption by the whole convention in absolute silence, is peculiarly instructive and interesting reading. In this connection will be remembered Mr. Calhoun's suggestion, in his debate with Mr. Webster in 1833, that this phraseology—We, the people, etc.—was used as expressing only the condition of the people under the old Confederacy and before the adoption of the Federal Constitution, ...
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