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, Virginia should never submit to see her Southern sisters forced. Mr. Flournoy passed a severe criticism upon Lincoln's Inaugural. the Peace Conference. A communication was received from the Executive, enclosing the report of the Virginia Commissioners to the Peace Conference, as follows: To His Excellency John Letcher. Gov't of Virginia: The undersigned Commissioners, in pursuance of the wishes of the General Assembly, expressed in their resolutions of the 19th day of January last, repaired in due season to the city of Washington. They there found, on the 4th day of February, the day suggested in the overture of Virginia for a Conference with the other States, Commissioners to meet them from the following States, viz: Rhode Island, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky. Subsequently, during the continuance of the Conference, at different periods, appeared l
From Rio. --Rio Janeiro papers are received to January 19. The only news they contain is in regard to the elections, which took place all over the empire on December 30. Returns from such of the provinces as have been heard from give the conservatives a majority over the liberals, though in some the majority is very trifling. There never before was an election in Brazil conducted with more warmth of party feeling or which caused more general excitement among the people. In some places serious disturbances occurred. In Pernambuco one man was killed, and in the town of Nazareth, in Babia, two were killed and some twenty wounded. The Archbishop of the latter province is dead.
on motion of Mr. Brannon, the resolution was laid on the table. Mr. Day then moved to take up the resolution offered by Mr. Smith, a few days ago, providing for an adjournment on the 12th instant. On this question the ayes and noes were demanded. Ayes 25, noes 15. On motion of Mr. Thomas, of Fairfax, the resolution was amended by providing for an adjournment on Wednesday, the 20th instant, instead of the 12th. The Peace Congress.--The President laid before the Senate a report from the Commissioners appointed by the third resolution of the series adopted on the 19th day of January last, which was accompanied by a copy of the plan adopted. [For report, see Convention proceedings.] On motion of Mr. Paxton, the report and accompanying documents were laid on the table and ordered to be printed. Bill Passed.--Senate bill refunding to Abner Anthony, Sr., taxes erroneously paid into the Treasury. On motion of Mr. Douglas, the Senate adjourned at 2½ o'clock.