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the resolutions contained so instructions to the committee, they could not be offered as a substitute for his, unless the rules were suspended. Mr. Goggin said he would withdraw them for the present, and offer them at a suitable time. Mr. Harvie said he was occupied in the committee room, on this very subject, and only heard a portion of Mr. Goggin's remarks; and to that portion he gave his hearty concurrence and assent, but he insisted that Virginia should consider and deliberately dee document rendered it impossible for the reporter to take notes of his remarks. We understood him to maintain that Virginia ought to exert all her power for the purpose of driving back the invader and maintaining the rights of the South. Mr. Harvie offered an amendment to the amendment; to strike out all after the instructing clause and insert-- --to report forthwith the following: Whereas, it is now plain that it is the purpose of the Chief Executive of the United States to plu