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he Committee on Federal Relations and insert his substitute. Is the Committee ready for the question? Voices.--"Question — question." Mr. Wise asked if the motion in this form would preclude another motion to strike out and insert. The Chair.--Certainly not. Mr. Wilson, of Harrison, had something which he desired to offer. He moved that the Committee rise. The Chair,--The motion is not in order.--The Committee has resolved to sit till 2 o'clock. Mr. Scott, of Fauquier, desired to present some views to the Committee, but had not designed to do so at this time. He understood the motion to be to strike out, and insert the substitute offered by the gentleman from Harrison, which was the proposition emanating from the Peace Conference. He supposed it was hardly necessary now to show why the substitute ought not to be adopted. It seemed to him that there was no ground for comparison between the competing propositions. In that emanating from the committee,