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also undertook the business of "pardon broker." Mr. Corwin was a man of more than ordinary ability amongst the representative men of the country. He excelled in humor and playful satire. He employed this talent very successfully in answer to Mr. Crary, of Michigan, who, during the Harrison Presidential campaign, who, during the Harrison Presidential campaign, had, in the House of Representatives, assailed the military career of General Harrison. His reply so completely unhorsed the Michigan Congressman that on the next day Mr. John Quincy Adams alluded to him as "the late Mr. Crary," which excited the irrepressible laughter of the whole House. Mr. Corwin belonged to that powerful party of Whigs which struggled so long against the Jackson Administration and the successive Democratic dynasties; but which finally, from motives of mere policy, permitted itself to be merged in the Republican party, and thus brought on the bloody conflict, which, had it remained fast and firm to i