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to the Union of States; that we will recognize in the Union the primary cause of our present greatness and prosperity, and have as yet been nothing, either in the election of Lincoln or from other sources, to justify dissolution, and that we pledge our lives, fortuned and sacred honors to maintain it. Objection was made to Morris' resolution, that of Boteler being distinctly before the House. Mr. Barrett suggested that each committeeman be selected by the State delegations. Mr. Kunkel suggested instead of the words "perilous state of the country," that Mr. Boteler incorporate in his resolution the language contained in Mr. McClernand's proposition. The question was taken on Boteler's resolution, as an amendment to Sherman's motion. Mr. Boteler wished to say that he would decline an appointment on the committee appointed under his resolution. Mr. Morris, of Ill., asked to introduce his resolution as above written, as a separate proposition. Objected t