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lve months." "Very respectfully, your obd't. serv't, "N. Holt, Secretary of War." Mr. Early moved that 10,000 copies of the report be printed for the use of the members. Negatived. Oiation. In closing he made a beautiful allusion to the flag of the Southern Confederacy. Mr. Early, of Franklin, opposed hasty action, and spoke against secession. Constitutional remedies shou of Washington, continued the debate, in a decided anti-coercion, anti=submission speech. Mr. Early desired to reply briefly to the gentleman from Bedford, Mr. Goode.) The President remindedn the question, unless by leave of the Convention. Several members--"Leave," "leave" Mr. Early went on to speak of the gentleman's having arraigned him for opposing precipitate action, whilthe names of the authors of the letters--Messrs. Garrett and Dillard, of Franklin county. Mr. Early replied that one of them he did not know. The other was a gentleman for whom he had the highe