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Harrison, a position retained by him until political differences between the Cabinet and President Tyler induced all of the members to resign except Mr. Webster. After an interval be returned again to the Senate. In 1849 he was tendered by President Taylor the position of Secretary of State, a position declined by him on account of his recent election as Governor of Kentucky. He resigned the office before the expiration of his term, and became Attorney General of the United State under Mr. Fillmore. --He again returned to the Senate, and remained there until some two years ago, when he was elected a member of the United States House of Representatives. He had a high reputation as a lawyer, an orator, and statesman. He had a high character for personal purity, honesty, and integrity. It was in compliment to those graces, in combination with his talent, that he received the distinguished soubriquet of Bayard of the Senate. In early life he was Republican in his polities, and a