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e that, though they did not personally desire to withdraw front the Convention, they should be governed by the action of the majority of their delegation. Mr. W. B. Gaulden, of Georgia, made a speech against the course taken by his colleagues, on the following grounds: I am not in favor of breaking up this Government upon anding State of Virginia--has been given, they are all opposed to the African Slave-trade. Dr. Reed, of Indiana--I am from Indiana, and I am il favor of it. Mr. Gaulden--Now, gentlemen, we are told, upon high authority, that there is a certain class of men who strain at a gnat and swallow a camel. Now, Virginia, which authorizgentleman has expired. (Cries of Go on! Go on! ) The President stated that, if it was the unanimous wish of the Convention, the gentleman could proceed. Mr. Gaulden.--Now, fellow-Democrats, the slave-trade in Virginia forms a mighty and powerful reason for its opposition to the African slave-trade, and in this remark I do n
ketch of his life, 115 to 117; allusion to, 121; 125; 127; 141. Gasconade Bridge, Mo., burnt by Rebels, 491. Gaston, Judge Wm., of N. C., his opinion applied in the Dred Scott case, 261. Gates, Gen., emancipates his slaves, 107; 515. Gaulden, W. B., of Ga., in Dem. Convention, 316-17. Gauley Bridge, burnt by Gen. Wise, 524. Gauley Mount, Rosecrans's attempt on, 526. Geary & Weller, in the Alton riots, 137. Geary, Gen., captures Bolivar Hights, 620. Geary, John W., Goction with the Cotton Gin, 63 to 65; Gov. Troup sympathizes with the Nullifiers, 100; her perfidious treatment of the Indians, 102 to 106; 108; she offers a reward for the arrest of Garrison, 122; withdraws from the Democratic Convention, 315; Mr. Gaulden protests, 316; Secession meeting in, 330; Military Convention at Milledgeville, 387; Stephens's Union speech, 342 to 844; her appeal for delay kept secret in the South Carolina Convention, 345; Secession of and vote thereon, 347; population in