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(which are of a threatening character) were being read, objected to the further reading. Mr. Finney moved to lay the Minnesota resolutions under the table. Mr. Brannon moved that the Governld be more dignified to let the resolutions take the course of those which preceded them. Mr. Finney accepted the amendment of Mr. Brannon, and a division of the question was then made, and the KThomas of Fairfax, and Townes.--13. Nays.--Messrs. Brannon, Claiborne, Coghill, Day, Early, Finney, Gatewood, Isbell, Lynch, Nash, Paxton, Smith, Taliaferro, and Thomas of Henry. --14. The m following vote: Yeas.--Messrs. Brannon, Carson, Christian, Claiborne, Coghill, Day, Early, Finney, French, Gatewood, Greever, Isbell, Logan, Lynch, Nash, Newlon, Pate, Paxton, Richmond, Smith, aays, and it resulted as follows: Yeas.--Messrs. Brannon, Carson, Claiborne, Coghill, Early, Finney, Gatewood, Lynch, Nash, and Paxton.--10. Nays.--Messrs. Armstrong, Christian, Day, French,
resolutions, adopted by the Legislature of Kentucky, concerning the appointment of Commissioners and the calling of a Convention of all the States, were read and ordered to be printed. Certain resolutions, of an offensive character, adopted by the Legislature of Minnesota, and transmitted hither by Alex. Ramsey, Governor of that Province, were read, after which a motion prevailed directing Gov. Letcher to send them back again. This last motion was a substitute for a resolution offered by Dr. Finney, of Accomac, to lay them under the table. The resolutions, heretofore offered, in relation to an alleged intended attack by citizens of this State on the Federal forts within her limits, and the Capital at Washington, before the 4th of March next, coming up for action, the Senate adopted a resolution to the effect that no just grounds existed in which to predicate such an assumption, and "therefore all preparations intended to resist the same are unnecessary, so far as this State is conce