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upon the amendment offered yesterday by the gentleman from Amelia, to the amendment to the resolution of the gentleman from Chesterfield: and on that question Mr. Flournoy is entitled to the floor. the vote on Reference. Mr. Haymond, from the Committee on Elections, asked leave to make a report, (before the Convention pd places " of the United States in any of the States that have withdrawn or may withdraw from the Union, or to collect the duties on imports in the same. Mr. Flournoy, of Halifax, took the floor, and made a powerful speech against submission and coercion. He believed that a bold and decided resistance on the part of Virgini could not be given that it was not the design of the Administration to use coercive measure, Virginia should never submit to see her Southern sisters forced. Mr. Flournoy passed a severe criticism upon Lincoln's Inaugural. the Peace Conference. A communication was received from the Executive, enclosing the report of th