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ive States take action in Convention and send their Commissioners. Serenade to Senator Pugh. Senator Pugh was serenaded at Washington Saturday night. While thanking his friends for the honor conferred, he said the peace of the country could not be restored by the sword. The shedding of a single drop of blood would make dissolution inevitable and the reconstruction of the Union impossible.--It was only by concession that peace could be produced. Messrs. Crittenden, Vallandigham, Pendleton, Mallory, Woodson and Segar also made speeches, sustaining the views of Mr. Pugh, whose senatorial speech has been much commended. The National fast day. Gov. Banks, of Massachusetts, has issued a proclamation in response to that of the President for a fast day, from which we extract the following: Under the shadow of impending national calamity, let us follow the Christian custom of our fathers and implore the blessings of heaven upon our beloved country: That the priceless