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es. The Chairman stated the motion. Mr Cameron--I move the following as a substitute for thon. The Chairman said the resolution of Mr. Cameron was now the question before the Convention.offered by the gentleman from Pennsylvania (Mr. Cameron) he laid on the table. That has been carri. Stone, of Iowa — Hurrah for Lincoln. Mr. Cameron-- To save all this trouble to gentlemen whoKansas--Hurrah for Stone. The Chairman--Mr. Cameron's motion to amend is not in order. It mustt all. Does he withdraw his resolution Mr. Cameron I will modify my resolution to make it "nom the resolution been withdrawn or not? Mr. Cameron--I want to modify. The Chairman —— Thatthe Convention is the substitute offered by Gen. Cameron for one which he offered and afterwards wit upon to record its vote. (Applause.) Mr. Cameron--I accept the modification. Mr. Cook, tates, abraham Lincoln--God bless him. Mr. Cameron--I desire to accept the modification of the[4 more...