Born in Massachusetts to a family of merchants and seamen, Clapp traveled to Paris to translate the socialist writing
In this column, Umos. begins with a discussion of President Buchanan, listing his physical and personal attributes, discussing his politics, his bacehlor status, and the duties of his office. Umos. makes a brief arguemnt for the doubling of the President's salary in acknowledgement of changing times and the appropriate execution of the duties of state. Umos. also discusses the "Message" and its contents, which are briefly listed, and deems this the most important part of his report.
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