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Morning, walk to Capitol, House of representatives, Mr. Storrs of N.Y., good speech,1 dinner party at home, Wheatland, evening, walk.
1. Henry Randolph Storrs spoke against the proposed constitutional amendment (see entry
for 15 Feb., above), stressing “the inefficacy of the amendment to accomplish even its professed
ends, and its impolitic and dangerous disturbance of the rights of the States” (Register of Debates in Congress, 19 Cong., 1 sess., 2:1395–1417).
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