Madison that "repeated recognitions under varied circumstances in acts of the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of the Government, accompanied by indications in different modes of the concurrence of the general will of the nation," as affording to the President sufficient authority for his considering such disputed points as settled. --Then he's not his father's son, said the little old man. Byron the greatest poet! He's only a poet for uneducated people. We must once again have full faith in our country - and in one another.