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nment, to any fort or arsenal in, or bordering upon, Virginia, indicating a preparation for attack or coercion. Mr.Barbour, of Jefferson, regretted that his absence should have caused such a resolution to be laid upon the table, for it met hist they were opposed to a Union which did not furnish equal protection to all. He hoped the resolution would pass. Mr. Barbour said he had no disposition to figure in the local papers at home, and did not propose to discuss the great subject of heir guns at their own countrymen, every shot would wring their hearts; but they would do their duty to the last. Mr. Barbour of Culpeper, made a statement as an act of justice to the Superintendent of the Arsenal at Harper's Ferry, showing thaefinite prolongation of the session. He moved to lay it on the table, but withdrew the motion at the request of. Mr. Barbour, of Jefferson, who said that the debate had taken such a course that he hoped the investigation would be made. He kne