DEBATE IN CONGRESS, IN SENATE, February 15, 1833: Speech of Mr. Calhoun of S. Carolina, on the Bill Further to Provide for the Collection of Duties on Imports [drop-title on page 3, with, on page 45]: In Senate, Saturday, February 16, 1833: Mr. Webster's Speech, in Reply to Mr. Calhoun', on the Revenue Collection Bill.

[Boston, MA: Beale, Homer & Co.], 1833. 8vo. [3]-89 pp. [lacking the front wrapper]. Debating the merits of the Force Bill that would compel, through military action if necessary, South Carolina and other states' compliance with Federal laws requiring collection of tariffs; Calhoun, seeing unconstitutional expanse of Presidential power and erosion of state sovereignty, opposed the bill, which was enacted by Congress about two weeks after these two speeches, while Webster supported the bill and a strong federal union. Wrapper title [not present]: "Speeches of John C. Calhoun and Daniel Webster, in the Senate of the United States, in the enforcing bill." Sabin 9933. American Imprints 18081. Some foxing, but very good. Disbound pamphlet. (10758). Item #64420

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