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ved, and hence all indispensable means must be employed." and believing that kind and fraternal feeling between the people of all the States is indispensable to the maintenance of a happy and Union and maintained, and inviting the operation of the people of the in the accomplishment of objects no beneficial to each and all, do resolve as follows: Resolved, &c., That Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierre, Roger. H. Tuney, Edward Everett, George M. Dalian, Thomas Ewing, Horace Binney, Johnson John J. Crittenden, George E. Pugh, and Richard. W. Thomson be, and they are hereby appointed, Commissioners on the part of Congress, to confer with a like number of Commissioners to be appointed by the States aforesaid, for the preservation of the Union and the maintenance of the Constitution, and that they report the result of said Conference to Congress for approval or rejection. Resolved, That upon the appointment of Commissioners, as hereby invited, by said States, and upon the m
Mr. John Hansberger, one of the oldest and most respected citizens of Rockingham county Va., died very suddenly of apoplexy, a few days since, near Manassas Junction. J. W. Page, Chark of the Corporation Court of Winchester, Va., died at his residence in that town a few days ago. The Mobile papers notice the arrival, in Mobile of Brigade-General L. P. Walker and staff. J. F. Johnson was elected Mayor of Montgomery, Ala., on the 2d inst.