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ns assumed by those gentlemen. Mr. Wise's amendment was voted down. Mr. Early, of Franklin, moved to amend Mr. Scott's amendment by striking out the words "by the time appointed for the re-assembling of this body," and inserting "in a reasonable time." In advocating his amendment, Mr. Early made an argument touching the tobacco interest of his section of country showing that it depended mainly upon capital supplied by the North. The amendment was rejected. Mr. Blakey, of Madison, moved to amend Mr. Scott's amendment by striking out "to be appointed by the respective Conventions thereof, " and inserting--"corresponding in number to the number of electors to which the said States are respectively entitled in a Presidential election. The said delegates shall be elected by the people of the said States at elections to be held in their respective electoral districts, and in said Congress each State shall cast the same number of votes that she now casts in the Congress