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lity of the President, and treason of the former members of the Cabinet. He said the Constitution and laws must be enforced, and those who oppose them must conquer, submit, or be destroyed. (Applause.) This was the sentiment of Maryland. Mr. Kunkel desired to deny this, but the Republican side of the House were too well pleased to permit him, and Mr. Davis declined yielding the floor. Mr. Davis continued. Whether elected by the people of Maryland, or not, I will state what I know to be their will. (Deafening applause.) He would fight disunion from St. Mary's to the Alleghanies. Mr. Kunkel said, I will meet you here. The Republicans cried, "Order, order !" Mr. Spinner said, it ill became the other side of the House to object, when they had heard treason preached. Mr. Davis repeated the assertion, that Maryland did not recognize the right of secession; and in conclusion, adverted to the report of the Committee of Thirty-Three. Mr. Sedgwick spoke agai