t be recognized as such by the Chair — The question before the Convention is upon the resolution offered by Mr. Cameron.
A call of the States is demanded.
Mr. Raymond, of New York — I understand that the question before the Convention is the substitute offered by Gen. Cameron for one which he offered and afterwards withdrew, ed that the question was to proceed to a nomination for President by a call of the States.
After further debate and great confusion the question was put on Mr. Raymond's substitute, which was adopted.
The Convention then proceeded to ballot for President, which resulted as follows:
New Hampshat the Baltimore Convention assembled on the very morning that the Times published this report, and we have no doubt that it was written at the suggestion of Chevaller Raymond to injure Gen. Grant and assist Mr. Lincoln in that Convention.
The Times has shown itself so utterly unscrupulous in its advocacy of Old Abe that this theo