citizens from any penalties incurred by a refusal to aid or obey the Fugitive Slave Law.
Iowa, Ohio, Illinois, Minnesota, California, and Oregon, made no laws on the subject.
It is worthy of notcongregations, in our family worship, in each heart's private prayers, wrote Bishop McIlvaine, of Ohio, I solemnly feel that it is a time for all to beseech God to have mercy upon our country — not tonto His own guidance and government.
Pastoral Letter to the Clergy and Laity of the Diocese of Ohio, December 7, 1860.--These evils are the punishment of sin, wrote Bishop McFarland, of Hartford, C Republicanism everywhere, upon our own soil; and, in the language of a distinguished member from Ohio in relation to the Mexican War, we will welcome you with bloody hands to hospitable graves.
S such Democrats as Vallandigham, and Richardson, and Logan, and Cox, and McClernand, and Pugh, of Ohio — members of the House of Representatives--would stand by the Slave power in this matter, and pre
Johnson, Aylett H. Buckner, Harrison Hough.
Ohio.--Salmon P. Chase, John C. Wright, William S. Gto do all in their power for its preservation.
Ohio was willing to meet its fellow States in conventhe presiding officer, and Crafts J. Wright, of Ohio, son of one of the delegates from that State, aey, Peter D. Vroom; Pennsylvania, Thomas White; Ohio, Thomas Ewing; Indiana, Caleb B. Smith; IllinoiMaryland, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania. Rhode Island, Tennessee, VirginiMaryland, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania Rhode Islaad, Tennessee, VirginiaMaryland, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Virgini North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas.
They have apjourned.
During the session, a delegate from Ohio, the venerable John C. Wright, then seventy-sevointed Secretary to the Convention, returned to Ohio with the remains of his father, and J. H. Pules
mmunication for them.
They had heard how Governor Dennison, with a trumpet-toned proclamation, had summoned the people of Ohio, on the very day when the President's call appeared,
April 15. to rise above all party names and party bias, resolute to pean soldiers, such as the Belgians, the English, and the Scotch Highlanders, it was found that the average hight of these Ohio men was four inches over that of the Belgians, two and a half inches above that of English recruits, and one and a half in Governors of the following States:--Pennsylvania, 16,000 muskets, 640,000 cartridges, 150,000 caps, 8,080 muskets for six Ohio regiments, and 117,889 cartridges for the same.
OHIo, 10,000 muskets and 400,000 cartridges, and 5,000 muskets from IllinOHIo, 10,000 muskets and 400,000 cartridges, and 5,000 muskets from Illinois. Indiana, 5,000 muskets and 200,000 cartridges, with caps.
Illinois, 200,000 cartridges. Massachusetts, 4,000 stand of arms.
New Hampshire, 2,000 muskets and 20,000 cartridges.
Vermont, 800 rifles. New Jersey, 2,880 muskets with ammunition.