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m States which prohibit that relation, and such concurrent majorities may advise and consent to such treaty." The amendment was advocated by Mr. Wise; and the vote was taken on his motion to strike out, and resulted — yeas 31, nays 78. Mr. Blow, of Norfolk city, moved to amend the second section by inserting in the 3rd line after the word "routes," the words "nor shall any foreign State be annexed;" which was subsequently changed, at the suggestion of Mr. borman, so as to read "nor shall any foreign State or country be annexed." Explained and advocated by Messrs. Blow and Dorman, and rejected — yeas 44, nays 67. The second section was then adopted, without amendment. The third section was then taken up: 2. Neither the Constitution, nor any amendment thereof shall be construed to give Congress power to legislate concerning involuntary servitude in any state or Territory wherein the same is acknowledged, or may exist, by the laws thereof; nor to therefore with, o