Webster’s March 7th speech

LAST SPEECH OF DANIEL WEBSTER     “At much inconvenience, and to the exclusion of much other matter prepared for our present number, we publish entire the speech delivered by Mr. Webster, in the Senate, on 7 th inst. We have barely room to say of it, that its villany is of an unmitigated type, and its treachery to the cause of Liberty and Humanity of the blackest shade. Whatever may be said of the intellect of Daniel Webster, there is no evidence that he carries a heart within his bosom.”
(Liberator, September 26, 1850, pg 3)