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38 Supplement Niles' Wkly. Reg. [i] (1930)

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SUPPLEMENT TO VOL.- XXXVIi.
CONTAINING
THE DEBATE ON MR. FOOT'S RIESOLUTION
CONCERNING
EXCEPTING
THI SPEECHES Or' MESSRS. BAYNE AND WMESTER,
WERE INSERTED IN TILE REGISTER, PROPER, SAME VKUJI
CONTENTS.
Remarks of Messrs Benton, Foot,  Mr. Barton's remarks Jan. 19-    Mr. Livingston's speech, of Feb.
lomes, Woodburi and Barton, when IS his speech of Feb. 9, continu- 29-              150 to 176
Ir. Foot's resolution wasfirsttaken ed on the IIth, from  59 to 74  Mr. Robbins' speech, of May 20-
up, from page             I to 4  Mr. Sproguele speech, Feb. 3d,                       176 to 118
Mr. Kane's speech of Jan. IS, in reply to Mr.. Benton,  S1 to 46  Mr. FooL's speech, of May 20-
204   Mr. Rooan's speech of Feb. 4-                       178 to 188
Mr.. Benton's speech of Jan. 1                        46 to 59    Mr. Johnston's speech, of March
4 to 9; his speech of Jan. 20, con-  Mr. .,Vbles speech, of Feb. 2S-  S0-                    188
tinued to the 3d Feb.   13 to 37                       100 to 103  Mr. Burnett's observations on a
Mr. Holmes' proposition to amend  Mr. Smith's (S. C.), speech of particular subject referred to by
the resolution, &c. Jan. 13-2; Feb. 25-                103 to 118 Mr. Benton-                 210
his speech in reply to Mr. Benton,  Mr. Grundy's speech, of Feb. 29  Several of the speeches were
Jan. 19-9 to 11; his speech of Feb.                    116 to 129 continued from day to day; some of
18-                     74 to 83   Mr. Knight's speech, March 2-  thegentlemen havingthefloor when
Mr. Woodbury's remarks, Jan. •                             208 other business did not intervene,
19- 11, 12; his speech of Feb. 23-  Mr. Claylton's speech, of March for 8 or 10 days.
83 to 100 4-                   .129 to 150

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