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United States politician and orator (1782-1817)

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FROM THE WAR OF 1812 TO THE COMPROMISE of 1850, American politics was dominated by four men: Andrew Jackson, the hero of New Orleans and two-term president; and three prominent senators: Henry Clay, John Calhoun, and Daniel Webster. Having previously explored this era in his 2006 biography, Andrew Jackson: His Life and Times, H.W.
The Daniel Webster Council serves over 10,000 Scouts across the entire State of New Hampshire
But the Scholes defence, well marshalled by captain Will Kilner, stood firm thanks to battling performances from Joe Sykes, Joshua Brook and Daniel Webster.
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Becker 9, Daniel Webster 0; Becker 12, Daniel Webster 0: Kelsey Norberg of Uxbridge pitched six no-hit innings in the opener, walking only one and striking out 10 to start the Hawks (11-10) on their way to a sweep of the visiting Eagles (4-13).
Disturbing CCTV footage has been released showing Daniel Webster, 23, and Niall Martin, 24, carrying out the late night assault.
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Daniel Webster, 27, from Solihull, entertained the crowd with his other talent - breakdancing - as he waited for his chance to sing.
Service Credit Union, Portsmouth, N.H., and the Daniel Webster Council Boy Scouts of America officials presented a $3,000 contribution to America's Credit Union Museum Executive Director Peggy Powell.
however, the bloodless Aroostook War was resolved peacefully, and the Webster--Ashburton Treaty was signed by Secretary of State Daniel Webster and British Foreign Minister Alexander Baring, the first Baron Ashburton.
1780 by John Adams, James Bowdoin, John Hancock, and other scholar-patriots, the Academy has elected leading "thinkers and doers" from each generation, including George Washington and Benjamin Franklin in the eighteenth century, Daniel Webster and Ralph Waldo Emerson in the nineteenth, and Albert Einstein and Winston Churchill in the twentieth.
Daniel Webster College (N.H.) provides an instructive case in point.
Flying the flag are Gary Little, Mark Nelson, Daniel Webster and inimitable host Joe Heenan.