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Continued. --The case of Riddell and Chilton, charged with passing counterfeit Bank notes, was called by the Mayor yesterday morning, when Mr. Crump requested a continuance, on account of the absence of witnesses for the accused. The Mayor, after hearing a statement of the circumstances, postponed the investigation until Friday. Thos. P. August, Esq., is engaged as counsel in this case, with Mr. Crump.
Baldwin, resigned, who has removed from the State. The Anti-Coercion Resolutions.--A communication from the House was read, informing the Senate of the adoption of resolutions against the coercion of any State into re-union or submission by the Federal Government. After the resolutions were read, the President stated that the question was on concurring in the resolutions. Mr. Stuart moved to lay on the table and print. The subject was debated pro and con by Messrs. Douglass, August, Armstrong and others, and the vote being taken, the motion to lay on the table was rejected — yeas 18; nay 21. A separate vote on each resolution being called for, the first resolution was then read and adopted unanimously, (yeas 39) as follows: Resolved by the General Assembly of Virginia, That the Union being formed by the assent of the States respectively, and being consistent only with freedom, and the republican institutions guaranteed to each, cannot and ought not to be mai