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aph had furnished. The Convention waited, and the document had been received by due course of mail; and now, the gentleman from Franklin, though he repudiates its doctrines, asks us still to wait. [Laughter in the galleries.] The President said that unless the spectators preserved better order, he would be under the painful necessity of ordering the galleries to be cleared. Mr. Goode went on to say that the Convention had been here twenty days; that the gentleman from Fauquier, (Mr. Scott,) had informed them ten days ago that this very question of coercion was under consideration in the committee, and still there was no prospect of a report. The Convention should wait no longer — now was the time to strike.-- While the gentleman from Franklin was opposing hasty action, he (Mr. Goode,) had received letters from two prominent citizens of Franklin, stating that the people were impatient for action. Mr. Goode proceeded to give the Inaugural Address of Lincoln a raking broadsi
For City Council. City Council.--The following persons will be voted for by many voters for members of the City Council, In. Madison Ward: David J. Burr. James A, Scott Thos. H. Wynne. Geo. W.Randolph. George K. Cratchfield. mh 5--9t*
The Inauguration Panic--Assistant Secretary of State--Mr. Crittenden, &c. Washington, March 6. --Several days anterior to the 4th of March, General Scott and others received telegrams cautioning them against a gunpowder plot at the Capitol on the inauguration day. He caused the Capitol police to make diligent search, but no discoveries were made. Fred. W. Seward has been confirmed Assistant Secretary of State to his father. Norman B. Judd, of Ill., (the omnipresent Judd.) has been nominated Minister to Berlin. It is generally believed Mr. Crittenden, of Ky., will be nominated to-day for the vacant Judgeship of the Supreme Court. Mr. Chase accepts the Secretaryship of the Treasury. The Southern Confederation Commissioners have arrived, and will make the object of their mission known to the President on Tuesday next.
Gen. Twiggs arrived at New Orleans Tuesday, and was received with salutes. Speeches from Mr. Seward and Gen. Scott. The New Yorkers, in Washington on Monday, called in a body on Mr. Seward. The residence of Mr. Seward is on F street. On the steps, as the line drew up, was Mr. Seward, who, in reply to an address from their spokesman, said: "Friends, fellow-citizens, and neighbors-- I am deeply affected by this mark of respect. It is now twelve years since I came here toul of the States, will lead all other States in the way of conciliation: and as the path of wisdom is always the path of peace, so I am sure that now we shall find that the way of conciliation is the way of wisdom." The party also visited Gen. Scott, who spoke as follows: Friends--whet her from New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Ohio, Tennessee or Kentucky--it would make no matter from what quarter you may come, you are my countrymen. [Great cheers, and cries of "You're a noble man