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Oration, on the life and character of Andrew Jackson

Joel Roberts Poinsett

Oration, on the life and character of Andrew Jackson

delivered on the 4th of July, 1845

by Joel Roberts Poinsett

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Published in [Greenville, S.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845 -- Death and burial.,
  • Fourth of July orations.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby J. R. Poinsett, at the request of the citizens of Greenville, S.C.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE382 .P75
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6534395M
    LC Control Number11022469
    OCLC/WorldCa6248857

    Calhoun's antagonism was more fundamental, however. Jackson thus enters his White House years in delicate health and grieving. He discusses the differing accounts of the last words of the two founders, who heard those words, and how they have been remembered by later generations. To crown it all, one should recollect the extremely aggressive attitude of Jackson towards Indians and the excessively harsh policy towards them that he took upon becoming the President. Her work evidences no interest at all in whatever whites thought.

    He was of imposing person, and great dignity and force of character. As the country grew, he wanted it to reaffirm a connection with the generation of and the political ideals of its founders. Davis had said that Maryland was loyal to the United States, and had pledged himself to maintain that position before the people. Let free Maryland never forget the debt of eternal gratitude she owes to Henry Winter Davis. He afterward went to Wilmington, and was there instructed under his father's supervision.

    After a thorough course at the university, Mr. The dread announcement of his demise sped over the land like a pestilence, burdening the very air with mourning, and carrying inexpressible sorrow to every household and every heart. We who knew Henry Winter Davis are not content to clothe ourselves in the outward garb of grief, and call the semblance of mourning a fitting tribute to the gifted orator and statesman, so suddenly snatched from our midst in the full glory of his mental and bodily strength. Jacksonians even believed they where flawless.


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Oration, on the life and character of Andrew Jackson by Joel Roberts Poinsett Download PDF Ebook

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During the second week of the session he again entered this hall, but only as a spectator. His heart and mind were both nourished into their full dimensions under the fostering influences of our free institutions; so that, being reared a freeman, he thought and spake as became a freeman.

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In his speech of 7th February,he said: "I do not wish to say one word which will exasperate the already too much inflamed state of the public mind; but I will say that the Constitution of the United States, and the laws made in pursuance thereof, must be enforced; and they who stand across the path of that enforcement must either destroy the power of the United States, or it will destroy them.

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For six days murder and treason held joint sway; and at the conclusion of their tragedy of horrid barbarities they gave the farce of holding an election for members of the house of delegates.

Henry Winter Davis was a man of faith, and believed in Christ and his fellow-man. There are some questions about where his place of birth was exactly. Oration show the spirit that moved Mr. He never loaded his sentences with Oration finery, or high-sounding, supernumerary words.

Think you his work was easy? He gathered but 6, votes out of 14, yet the result was a triumph which gave him the real fruits of victory; and he exclaimed to a friend, with laudable pride, "With six thousand of the workingmen of Baltimore on my side, won in such a contest, I defy them to take the State out of the Union.

If we now act promptly the day is ours and the State is safe. Admiring his brilliant intellect and varied acquirements, his invincible courage and unswerving fortitude, glorying in his good works and fair renown, but, more than all, loving the man, I shall endeavor to assuage the bitterness of grief by applying to him those words of proud, though tearful, satisfaction, from which the faithful Tacitus drew consolation for the loss of that noble Roman whom he delighted to honor: "Quidquid ex Agricola amavimus, quidquid mirati sumus, manet mansurumque est, in animis hominum, in aeternitate temporum, f'ama rerum.

He has for many years been engaged in collecting extracts from newspapers, containing the leading facts and public documents of the day; but he never commonplaced from books. Having taken up his lifeless body, as beautiful as the dead Absalom, and laid it in the tomb with becoming solemnity, we have assembled in the sight of the world to do deserved honor to the name and memory of Henry Winter Davis, a native of Annapolis, in the State of Maryland, but always proudly claiming to be no less than a citizen of the United States of America.

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