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Asylum. Coercion Resolutions of the Ohio Legislature. The Speaker laid before the House the following communication from Gov. Letcher, which was accompanied by a letter from the Governor of Ohio, transmitting certain coercion resolutions adopted on the 12th inst, by the Black Republican Legislature of that State. Being read by the Clerk, they were afterwards, on motion, laid on the table by a vote of 59 to 57. Gov. Letcher's message reads as follows: Executive Department, January 21, 1861. Gentlemen of the Senate and House of Delegates: I have received from His Excellency, Wm. Dennison, Governor of the State of Ohio, a communication enclosing resolutions passed by the General Assembly of that State on the 12th inst. These resolutions express a desire for the preservation of the Union. To give effect to this patriotic desire, they tender to the President of the United States "the entire power and resources of the State of Ohio," to be employed in the coerc
From Washington[special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Washington, Jan. 21, 1861. If the dispatches sent yesterday by Southern men to Pensacola reached there, we may takes good long breath, for there will be no fighting — at least not until Marse Abe Lincoln begins it. Mr. Buchanan, it seems, has indefinitely made up his mind on this point.--Let us hops he may be vouchsafed strength enough to keep his word and hold fast to his opinion. Bigler's doctored and diluted Crittenden amendment comes up in the Senate to-day.--The only question is, whether he can lower the Southern flag enough to satisfy Wade and Sumner. People that know the Republicans think he cannot. For nearly two months Mr. Crittenden has been begging the Republicans is accept his amendment, on the ground, ex-expressly stated by himself, that it demands a sacrifice of their principles. He has not advanced an inch. and still he begs. The South begging. The Republicans not to sacrifice principles which
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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.public meeting in Rockingham — the Convention &c. Harrisonburg, Va., Jan, 21, 1861. To-day being Court day an unusually large crowd came to town, for the double purpose of attending to business, and to hear the different candidates for the Convention express their sentiments. The sentiment of the people seemed to be to exhaust every honorable means of compromise before ensuing extreme measures. There will be a large number of candidate to the Convention expressing every shade of sentiment. A large meeting of the citizens of East Rockingham was held at McGaheysville on Saturday last E. T. H. Warren, Esq, addressed the meeting after which $100 was subscribed, for the purpose of uniforming a volunteer regiment in this county. We have never beheld such a unanimity upon any question as the people of East Rockingham present upon the Secession question. They are all secessionists. A meeting was hell at the court-house to-day