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The Daily Dispatch: March 9, 1861., [Electronic resource], Arrival of Ex-President Buchanan at home (search)
adopted a resolution reported by Mr. Haymond, of the Finance Committee, which reads as follows: Resolved, by the General Assembly, That the Sheriffs of this Commonwealth who pay all the revenue now due, and that portion which becomes due the 15th of the present month, by the 1st of April next, shall be entitled to be allowed their full commission of 5 per cent. by the Auditor of Public Accounts, provided that interest shall be charged on that part of the revenue due the 15th of December la15th of December last until paid. Advocated by Messrs. Critchfield, Keen, Anderson and Haymond, and opposed by Mr. Bass. Covington and Ohio Railroad.--The Speaker said that the hour had arrived for the consideration of the order of the day — the bill "providing for the partial suspension of the sale of State bonds, and for complying with the contracts already made on the Covington and Ohio Railroad." Mr. Baskervill submitted a motion to pass by, to take up the bill for the voluntary enslavement o
Missouri State Convention. --Among the resolutions offered to the Convention Wednesday morning and referred to the Committee on Federal Relations, was one moving that a Convention be called of all the Southern States which have not seceded, to meet at Nashville, Tennessee, on the 15th of April.--Another, providing for such amendments to the Constitution as shall secure to all the States equal rights in the Union. Another, declaring that no reason existed why Missouri should secede, and that it would be highly injurious to do so. Another, declaring that the States having once bound themselves together, could never dissever their connection at pleasure. Another, that Missouri should adopt a policy according to her true interests, and invite an effort to maintain the Union peaceful and unbroken. Col. Doniphan offered a resolution declaring that any attempt to use coercion by the Federal Government would inevitably result in civil war and military despotism.