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Th' Hon'orable Joe Choate moved that in future wars no military band shud be considered complete without a base-dhrum.
MR. DOOLEY SAYSFINLEY DUNNE
Clemens and Choate joined forces again, a few weeks later, at a great public meeting assembled in aid of the adult blind.
Choate and Depew and Stedman were in their prime then—we were all young men together.
I do not know whether Mr. Choate took the second piece of advice or not; the first was quite unnecessary.
He was sixty-three when he gave Choate the description which the latter made famous in his "Eulogy of Webster."
Choate says that Webster called to his aid "the ripe and beautiful culture of Hopkinson."
Well, that was all it was worth, remarked Mr. Choate, quietly.
Jones employed Mr. Choate to defend him, and gained the suit.
The introduction of the passions of a social conflict into what purported to be a legal contest was intrusted to Mr. Choate.
Poets, like Mrs. Hemans, and orators like Webster and Choate have glorified it and cannot stay their praise.
REVISITING THE EARTHJAMES LANGDON HILL

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