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er Government, she will resist every effort to destroy it, and she calls upon her true and heroic sons to rally around the standard of their country, and put forth the whole energies of the Commonwealth till the rebellion shall be overthrown, and the just supremacy of the National Government shall be restored and maintained everywhere within its limits. Mr. Prall addressed the Senate at length in support of the resolution. The resolution was then adopted by yeas 21, noes 1. Mr. Grover only voting in the negative. The following resolutions were introduced in the House on Monday: Mr. Burns offered the following preamble and joint resolution, which lies one day on the table, viz: Whereas, C. S. Morehead, M. W. Barr, and R. T. Durrett, citizens of the State of Kentucky, have been forcibly seized, without warrant of law, by order of the Federal Government, and taken beyond the jurisdiction of this Commonwealth, and are now incarcerated in the military forts of