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prudence, under the guidance of his uncle, James Marshall, a recluse student of many accomplishments, after the veto of the United States Bank, Mr. Marshall sided with Henry Clay, appeared before the ood staunchly by the regular candidate, and Mr. Marshall was defeated by almost two thousand majoritof the legislature of which he was a member Mr. Marshall was the zealous and fearless advocate of thrsons, on that subject in Lexington. In 1845 Marshall again entered the political field and ran forfect by the somewhat irreverent one made by Mr. Marshall, towards the close of his life, at Buffalo,midst of one of his most thrilling appeals, Mr. Marshall, indignant at the trick, as he now discovernt suit before the Kentucky Court of Appeals, Marshall was pitted against Henry Clay, with whom, at the time, he was not on the best of terms. Marshall spoke first, and attacked with all hir energy to anything I had said. On another occasion Marshall was engaged in a trial before a justice of th[20 more...]