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not investigate it, if he did not ; and if he did, why he wont tell the result. I call upon him for that.
This is the third time that Judge Douglas has assumed that he learned about these resolutions by Harris's attempting to use them against Norton on the floor of Congress.
I tell Judge Douglas the public records of the country show that he himself attempted it upon Trumbull a month before Harris tried them on Norton — that Harris had the opportunity of learning it from him, rather than heNorton — that Harris had the opportunity of learning it from him, rather than he from Harris.
I now ask his attention to that part of the record on the case.
My friends, I am not disposed to detain you longer in regard to that matter.
I am told that I still have five minutes left.
There is another matter I wish to call attention to. He says, when he discovered there was a mistake in that case, he came forward magnanimously, without my calling his attention to it, and explained it. I will tell you how he became so magnanimous.
When the newspapers of our side had disc
is news to me — not very ungrateful news either.
returning to Mr. W. H. Carlin, who was on the stand]--I hope that Carlin will be elected to Carlin will be elected to the State Senate and will vote for me. [Mr. Carlin shook his head.) Carlin dont fall in, I perceive, and I suppose he will not do much for me,Mr. Carlin shook his head.) Carlin dont fall in, I perceive, and I suppose he will not do much for me, but I am glad of all the support I can get any where, if I can get it without practicing any deception to obtain it. In respect to this largeCarlin dont fall in, I perceive, and I suppose he will not do much for me, but I am glad of all the support I can get any where, if I can get it without practicing any deception to obtain it. In respect to this large portion of Judge Douglas's speech, in which he tries to show that in the controversy between himself and the Administration party, he is in tm-give it to them just all you can and, on the other hand, I say to Carlin, and Jake Davis, and to this man Wogley up here in Hancock, Give it to reverse the decision of our Supreme Court, when it decided that Carlin's father — old Governor Carlin --had not the Constitutional power tGovernor Carlin --had not the Constitutional power to remove a Secretary of State?
Did he not appeal to the Mobs, as he calls them?
Did he not make speeches in the lobby to show how villainou