Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Calhoun” in chapter 1.48, section c.1.48.40, page 168 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:

...e in that epoch-making speech of his in 1833—even more memorable and able than that delivered by him in his perhaps more famous debate with Mr. Payne. Indeed, it seems to have been assumed by Mr. Calhoun as an elemental and unassailable proposition, and conceded by Mr. Webster (strange as it may seem now, reviewing the question from his standpoint), that it would inevitably result from this that, wha...
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