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r such a combination. After the close of Mr. Randolph's speech, the Chairman said if there were no amendments to be offered to the first section of the report, the Committee would proceed to vote upon that section. Mr. Fisher, of Northampton, said that the gentleman from Ohio, who had indicated a desire to reply to the gentleman from Richmond, was not present; and, with a view of giving him the opportunity to do so before the vote was taken, he moved that the Committee rise. Mr. Price, of Greenbrier, said he hoped the Committee would not rise. If no gentleman was prepared to speak, the Committee was prepared to vote. The question was taken on Mr. Fisher's motion, and decided in the negative. Mr. Holcombe, of Albemarle, said he had desired to discuss the propositions contained in the various reports, but had supposed that some one would first want to reply to the gentleman from Richmond. It would be out of his power to proceed now, and he would yield the floo