Minutes, 18 April 1844

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that a man cannot go abroad without being jammed at. He referred to the mode of discussing large volumns of rules in Congress at eight dollars a day. Also the legislature of , legislating day after day to put down gambling and would gamble themselves all the night. He concluded by relating an anecdote of a legislator making a speech on lumbering.
Er arose to refer to a certain item in the document which had forced itself on his mind. It was a matter which had been much harped on by the fathers, but which he considered was not correct. In hoisting a standard for the gaze of the world, [p. [164]]
that a man cannot go abroad without being jammed at. He referred to the mode of discussing large volumns of rules in Congress at eight dollars a day. Also the legislature of , legislating day after day to put down gambling and would gamble themselves all the night. He concluded by relating an anecdote of a legislator making a speech on lumbering.
Er arose to refer to a certain item in the document which had forced itself on his mind. It was a matter which had been much harped on by the fathers, but which he considered was not correct. In hoisting a standard for the gaze of the world, [p. [164]]
Page [164]