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ice, and to discharge his duty in the face of such difficulties as no other President had as yet encountered.-- From that time forward it was his lot to administer the Government in the midst of some of the severest party struggles ever known in the history of the country, without the cordial support of either of the Cost political divisions of the day. But in of this support he had the sagacity to around him, in his Cabinet, some of the best intellects in the land. Calhoun, Their Upshur, Legare, and Gilmer, aided to conduct one of the most marked and administrations in the history of American affairs. It was this administration which added Texas, an empire in ter to the Confederacy, and which closed in the Ashburton Treaty, a long and complicated negotiation between the U and Great Britain, upon certain points of affirence between them. It was in this that Mr. Calhoun's cele- letter to Mr. King, for the first time made a public demonstration before the world, of the right