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Congress. With regard to the interest of labor, he spoke at some length, denouncing the doctrine of an "irrepressible conflict" as a base coinage for vile party purposes. He presented in a strong view to the people of the Western section of the State, the question of their true interest in a Southern Confederacy, where their labor would meet its full development, while in the North it would meet nothing but competition and oppression. Mr. Randolph was arguing this point, when Mr. Chambliss, of Greensville, said it was apparent that the gentleman from Richmond was physically unable to proceed, and as his argument was a very able and interesting one, he desired to give him an opportunity of going into it fully to-morrow. He therefore moved that the committee rise. Mr. Randolph expressed a sense of delicacy at throwing himself upon the indulgence of the Convention for another day; but Mr. Johnson, of Richmond, assured him that there was no necessity for being influenced