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all his books or Tom Marshall either. After Marshall had exhausted all his fund of argument and elcommitted no contempt of court. But, replied Marshall, in his own provokingly ludicrous way, I assuamed McKay, who had heard of this anecdote of Marshall, once attempted to imitate it, and was punish the response of one of the magistrates. Mr. Marshall took great delight in relating an adventured Tom Corwin, the swarthy senator from Ohio. Marshall had stopped overnight at Lebanon, Mr. Corwin'nce, and registered himself at the hotel as Mr. Marshall, of Kentucky. While sitting in the public gister, begin to read it. When he had reached Marshall's name he read it aloud, and asked the clerk if Mr. Marshall was in the hotel. The clerk replied by pointing him to the gentleman in question. The colored man approached Marshall, saluted him very respectfully, and asked if he belonged to the Lexington family of Marshalls. Marshall was, as he expressed it afterward, somewhat put out by the [1 more...]