Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr Webster” in chapter 2 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 22.:
...r's eloquence said he. It never brought me a lily before, said the Orator. Though it has many laurels replied May. Mr W. bowed, and thus ended the little episode. I have not done justice to Mr Webster 's words, look and manner. No words of mine can paint them to you. It always delights me to see him, and I was never so charmed with him as this day. To all the wit and power of mind of all ...
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