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on: that it is population and wealth, not territory, which the South want; and that there will be an "irrepressible conflict" in such a Confederacy, for a horned and strong hand would hold the political power. Suppose the Southern States do not there obtain the equality which they demand? What then? That was a problem to be ciphered out hereafter. Having exhausted the hour to which each speaker is limited, several gentlemen moved that he have permission to conclude his speech. Mr. Martin, of Virginia, objected to the member going on with his "treasonable remarks. " Much confusion prevailed in the Hall, but it was soon quieted. The contemplated "Seizure" in New York. The "excitement" in New York about the rumored intention to seize the Navy- Yard at Brooklyn, turns out to have been nothing.--The rumor got out, and the commandant of the Navy-Yard applied for a police force to protect the Government property. This was furnished by both New York and Brooklyn; and