Henry Cabot Lodge
In this classic biography of Daniel Webster, Senator Henry Cabot Lodge narrates Webster’s life with subtlety and skill, giving us an enduring and enlightening portrait of a great figure in American law. This volume has been photographically reproduced from the first edition of 1883.
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