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f the next six months would show that it would be better if the senator believed it too. Mr. Breckinridge said the answer of the senator proved what he said, and contended that it was evident that ished. Mr. Dixon had the secretary read what he did say on the subject, as published. Mr. Breckinridge said it appeared to him that the most violent Republicans had possession of the Government,de. Mr. Bingham (Mich.) asked if he contended this was not a slaveholders' rebellion. Mr. Breckinridge--I do, sir; I do. He then referred to the refusal of last session to make any compromise, t that President Lincoln's Congress would not be allowed to meet here on the 4th of July. Mr. Breckinridge said he supposed the senator alluded to him. Mr. Lane replied that he did. Mr. BreckiMr. Breckinridge replied that his personal relations with the senator precluded him from believing that he would do any thing of the kind; but he had to say that the statement that he sent such a despatch was t