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led, That we, as representatives of the people and States, respectively, do hereby declare our fixed determination to maintain the supremacy of the Government and the integrity of the Union of all these United States; and to this end, as far as we may do so, we pledge the entire resources of the Government and people, until all rebels shall submit to the one and cease their efforts to destroy the other. Which was adopted: Yeas 34; Nays 1--Mr. Breckinridge. Mr. S. S. Cox, of Ohio, July 29th. asked the House to suspend its rules to enable him to offer the following: Whereas, it is the part of rational beings to terminate their difficulties by rational methods, and, inasmuch as the differences between the United States authorities and the seceding States have resulted in a civil war, characterized by bitter hostility and extreme atrocity; and, although the party in the seceded States are guilty of breaking the national unity and resisting the national authority: Yet, Be