1814.056: Speech of Daniel Webster in Congress on January 14, 1814.
Full Title: Speech of the Hon. Daniel Webster, : delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, on the 14th January, 1814, on a bill making further provision for filling the ranks of the regular army, encouraging enlistments, and authorising the enlistments for longer periods of men whose terms of service are about to expire
Author: Webster, Daniel (1782-1852).
Place Issued: Alexandria
Issuing Press: Snowden & Simms
Description: 14 pgs.; 24 cm. (8vo).
Webster spoke against extending enlistments during the War of 1812, reiterating a common Federalist charge that the enlarged army was simply a means for the Madison administration to wage an offensive war against Canada, rather than a defensive one against Great Britain. The firm of Snowden & Simms then published the Federalist-oriented Alexandria Gazette Shaw & Shoemaker inadvertently recorded this title twice (nos. 31618 & 36522); the Early American Imprints Series filmed this item only under the lower entry number.
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