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MVB Senate remarks on the salt duty, 7 April 1828

The motion was sustained by Mr. HAYNE, and opposed by Mr. VAN BUREN, who observed that the bill had better lie on the table; as, should it pass the Senate, the tariff bill in the other House would prevent its passage in that body.

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The question being put, the bill was then considered, when Mr. VAN BUREN moved its indefinite postponement.

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Source: <em>Register of Debates</em>
Collection: N/A
Series: Series 5 (1 January 1825-3 March 1829)