IT is almost unnecessary to state that the display which Mr. Henry
had made in "the parsons' cause," as it was popularly called,
placed him, at once, at the head of his profession, in that quarter
of the colony in which he practised. He became the theme of every
tongue. He had exhibited a degree of eloquence, which the people
had never before witnessed; a species of eloquence too, entirely
new at the bar, and altogether his own. He had formed it on no
living model; for there was none such in the country.
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