Daniel Webster was born January 18, 1782 Ebenezer and Abigail Webster Eastman born in Salisbury in the site , in the company of nine children , he grew up on the family farm , a small plot of land obtained by his father due to his service in the war between the Indians and French.
In 1805 , Webster was admitted to the lawyer bar and returned to New Hampshire to practice in the town of Boscawen , made in part motivated by his desire to be near his father. He defended his first case in Plymouth , a town in his home state . During this time , Webster was more interested in politics . Having been raised by a father ardent federalist convictions , and then grew up in a similar environment in their living room as a student at Dartmouth, Daniel Webster , as many people in New England , both in favor of federalism in the United States . Consistently, approved a series of minor cases where federalists argued the cause.
After the death of his father in 1806 , Webster began his legal practice in his older brother Ezekiel , who at that time had finished his training and was admitted to the bar section . Then , Webster moved to Portsmouth in 1807 , the site has continued his practice professional. At this point, the Napoleonic Wars began to strike the Americans in Britain as sailors limited , was recruiting Americans to cover marine British deserters . President Thomas Jefferson responded with the Embargo Act of 1807 , to cease all relations with the United Kingdom and France. As New England had become an important partner for both countries , different personalities of the region vehemently oppose the care of Jefferson. Among the sharpest opposition voices was that of Webster, who wrote an anonymous pamphlet against the efforts Webster presidente.Los in defense of federalism interests and rights of the people and the opposition to the war against the United Transportation New England have joined earned him get elected to the House of Representatives of the United States in 1812. Remained in that position for two terms until March 1817. It ' was a great critic of President Madison and his bellicose policies , denounced the attempts to directly fund the war with paper money , and opposed conscription army on Secretary of War James Monroe . In his second term has become significant to support the restoration of the