The periodical being reviewed here is the Nile’s weekly and how it reported the Webster-Hayne Debates. The periodical reported that Hayne drew the attention of the Senate to an error that had been published in a journal whereby Webster had misled the Senate (March, 7 1829). Later on in February 1930, the periodical reported on Mr. Foot’s resolution. According to the periodical, Mr. Webster, of Massachusetts, said, on rising, that [nothing had been further from his intention, than to take any part in the discussion of this resolution. It proposed only an inquiry on a subject of much importance, and one in regard to which it might strike the mind of the mover, and of other gentlemen, that inquiry and investigation would be useful. Although (said Mr. W.)]

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