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structed to use every effort to prevent the adoption of the Crittenden Compromise, or any similar proposition, by the Convention now in session in Washington. Passed,—yeas 112, nays 27; and the Governor was requested to forward a copy to each of the commissioners. After the adjournment of the House, the members retained their seats, and the Clerk read the following communication:— Extract from the Proceedings of the House of Representatives of South Carolina, Jan. 23, 1861. Mr. Holland offered the following, which were unanimously adopted:— Whereas a certain Mr. Tyler, of Boston, has introduced a resolution in the Massachusetts Legislature, that, in view of the great suffering in South Carolina, the immediate consequence of the citizens of that State acting under a mistaken idea of their rights and obligations, and in view of the abundance of this Commonwealth, a sum be appropriated from the State treasury, to be invested in provisions and stores for the relief of o<