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or suspend the laws of the Federal Government therein, until their independence may be assented to, and their rights duty acknowledged. 4th. That the preservation of this Government cannot be maintained by force, or coercion; that, therefore, this Convention earnestly recommends to both the Federal Government and the Government of the seceded States, to carefully abstain from any aggressive measure of policy towards the other. Referred to the Committee on Federal Relations. Mr. Goggin asked that his resolutions, offered yesterday, might be referred to the same committee, and they were so referred. The President.--The question pending before the Convention is 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, (befo