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vention on Thursday last; and his purpose was also to show, that if no contradictory action was had here, after the vote of Thursday, harmony would have been restored. Mr. Preston.--Then I understand the gentleman to disclaim any purpose to connect the present measure with the movement alluded to at Washington. Mr. Carlile.--Certainly, sir. Mr. Preston then went on to speak of the responsibility that rested upon himself and those who thought with him, after the vote of the 4th of April. He was willing to do everything that honor required for the adjustment of difficulties, and he thanked God that he was one of those upon whom the responsibility rested. They had taken the ground that the interests of Virginia were safe within the Union; they had a set of propositions which they hoped would be accepted by the North; and the silence of the President he considered unaccountable. The language of the original resolutions was that of courage and respect; for he could use no
Norfolk, April 6. --Schr. T. R. Hewlett, Petersburg, bound to Savannah, put in to finish loading. Cleared, Schr. Mary Jane, Richmond. Bermuda March 18. --Ship Virginia Dare, Richmond, Va., for Liverpool, re-loaded her cargo, and sailed to-day. New York, April 6. --Cl'd, schrs. Haxall, Richmond; Leroy, Norfolk. Spoken--Ship Ellen Maria, of Richmond, from Liverpool, for Mobile, March 5 lat. 26, lon. 36. Charleston, April 5. --Arrived, schr. H. D. Pitts, Norfolk. Savannah,Ga., April 4 --Arrived, schr. M. J. Messenger, Elizabeth City, N. C.