john marshall, never a friend to Jefferson, so narrowly defined "treason", however, that Burr was acquitted.
As john marshall and Daniel Webster long ago pointed out, the power to tax involves the power to destroy.
"Neither the one nor the other, that's how I reckon it," answered john marshall promptly.
O shade of john marshall even, whom we used to think too Federal!
But young john marshall did not know that he was missing anything.
john marshall himself was then called to the stand and sworn.
john marshall is on the bench there; but before him is a jury—John Randolph is foreman of that jury.
"Let us call john marshall and take him into our confidence," said Tyler promptly.
Not for john marshall the pallid rôle of the trimmer, but the red-blooded part of the man of conviction.
"Not if we once get safely on her deck," answered john marshall stubbornly.