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ct and enactments were legal in every respect — thus, without precedent, prejudging a point of law which might subsequently have involved, as it did involve, the legal rights and titles of thousands of citizens. Aug. 30. Invited tie Legislature, by special letter read in the House, to a grand collation, or, rather, what the Indians style a big drunk, and then addressed the inebriated assembly, eulogizing them for their patriotism and wisdom, and indorsing their infamous code of laws. Nov. 14. Attended a law and order meeting of ruffians, held at Leavenworth, and declared his deter-mination to enforce the laws at all hazards: and this after the delivery of the most sanguinary speeches by Calhoun and other office-holders, in the course of which Judge Perkins (one of the most conservative of them all--subsequently a District Judge), told them to Trust to their rifles, and to enforce the laws, if abolition blood flowed as free as tile turbid waters of the Missouri. May 15. Lec