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l States, with or without involuntary servitude, as such Constitution of the State may provide. Mr. Morton said that this was an important amendment, and with a view of having it printed, he moved that the Committee rise.--On this motion Mr. Armstrong, of Hampshire, demanded the yeas and nays; and the vote being taken, the Committee refused to rise — yeas 47, nays 66. Considerable confusion prevailing in the hall, Mr. Ambler said he would not trespass upon the patience of the body by anner as the one who had just taken his seat. The vote was then taken on Mr. Ambler's motion to strike out, and decided in the negative — yeas 26, nays 80. Mr. Dorman, of Rockbridge, moved that the Committee rise, and on this motion Mr. Armstrong again demanded the yeas and nays.--The vote resulted — yeas 38; nays 56. Mr. Born, of Botetourt, moved to strike out the 1st section and insert a substitute, which we will publish to-morrow. Mr. Morton moved that the Committee rise,<