s a hero, and more than a match for Douglas.
Illinois in sending him does much to make me forget thhis floor, or anywhere, with the senator from Illinois as to the character of a gentleman.
Sir, thi Senate shall decide whether the senator from Illinois is a proper judge in such a case.
The senatoe the personal asperities of the senator from Illinois.
I have no freshness of recollection of the onary societies, and even by the senator from Illinois, who is an emigrant from Vermont propagating th Carolina [Mr. Butler] and the senator from Illinois [Mr. I Douglas], who, though unlike as Don Quh she hugs, lies howling.
The senator from Illinois [Mr. Douglas] naturally joins the senator froling the personalities which the senator from Illinois had again and again launched against him. He er of Indiana; Allen, Harris, and Marshall of Illinois; Hall of Iowa, and Denver of California.
Theee States,—Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Indiana, Illinois, and California; but Massachusetts gave him n