mes-dispatch, October 20-27, 1907.
An Epitome of the views of Webster, Calhoun and other famous statesmen. By Frederick Wilmer Sims, Lou will be remembered Mr. Calhoun's suggestion, in his debate with Mr. Webster in 1833, that this phraseology—We, the people, etc.—was used as uence to maintain the affirmative of that proposition; and that Mr. Webster combatted such affirmative in that epoch-making speech of his inun as an elemental and unassailable proposition, and conceded by Mr. Webster (strange as it may seem now, reviewing the question from his station and adoption of our Federal Constitution, wholly new.
Pelatiah Webster, in 1783, first expressed the idea that a Federal Government cst quoted then clearly shows that the idea, first conceived by Pelatiah Webster, that a supreme Federal Government might be formed acting direiled, both north and south, is equally demonstrated by history.
Mr. Webster (Daniel) himself, when, in one of his later speeches, he said: I
hall, R. C., wounded at Trevillian's Depot.
McArthur, Hickerson, living in Texas.
Marshall, Tom, joined 12th Regiment.
Marshall, Polk, joined 12th Regiment.
Marshall, James, lost sight of him.
Martin, Gibson, died since the war.
Middleton, John, died since the war.
Middleton, Campbell, living at Plains, Va.
Milter, Proff, lost sight of; I think he is dead.
Mitchell, James, killed in the Wilderness.
Mitchell, John H., living at Plains (died in 1902).
Maddox, Webster, living at Oak Hill, Va. (died in 1905).
Maddox, Weadon, killed at Salem, now Marshall.
Owens, Morgan, died since the war.
O'Forton, Dr., killed at Kelley's Island.
Price, John H., living at Hillsboro, Va.
Price, James Polk, died since the war.
Porterfield, W. H. T., killed near Brandy Station, Va.
L. (Orderly Sergt.), lives at Lovettsville, Va.
Known as the Payne Legion:
H. (Orderly Sergt.), died in prison (Point Lookout).