The Congress: English Impeached

Lofty quotations from John Marshall ("the greatest judge over English-speaking peoples") and phrases of the latter (such as one which implies human descent from dogs) mingled last week in the most heated debate of the present session of the House of Representatives. After three days of it, the House impeached, 306-62, Federal Judge George Washington English on five counts, which in effect, are: 1, 5) Tyrannical, coarse, indecent manner and abuse of power.

2, 3, 4) Conspiracy in management of bankruptcy cases for the profit of himself,...

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