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tee on Federal Relations, and would, if he had an opportunity, at the proper time offer a substitute for the resolutions before the Convention. Mr. Goods, of Bedford, replied. The gentleman from Franklin had, on yesterday, asked the Convention to wait for a more perfect copy of the Inaugural than the telegraph had furnished. Mr. Grant, of Washington, continued the debate, in a decided anti-coercion, anti=submission speech. Mr. Early desired to reply briefly to the gentleman from Bedford, Mr. Goode.) The President reminded him that he could not speak again on the question, unless by leave of the Convention. Several members--"Leave," "leavvention, over whom he (Mr. E.) was elected on the Union platform by something like a thousand majority. [Laughter] He disclaimed having said that the member from Bedford had "sought" opportunities to speak, but merely that he had spoken elsewhere. Mr. Goode made a brief and good-natured rejoinder. Mr. Hall, of Wetzel, ur
kens but passing notice. I learn that the small-pox is quite prevalent in Dinwiddie, and several deaths have occurred. Our citizens are satisfied with a milder type of disease, the chicken-pox, which has attacked all ages and sizes, but is especially popular among the infantile portion of the community. Mon CŒur. Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.Military affairs. Liberty, Bedford Co., Va. March 4. A volunteer company was organized a few days since, at Ashland, Bedford county, and Mr. N. C. Harris was elected, unanimously, Captain; R. W. Saunders, 1st Lieutenant; Wm. Steptoe, 2d Lieutenant Mr. Harris is a distinguished graduate of the V. M. Institute, and is fully qualified to fill with great credit and honor to himself the position to which he has been called. The military spirit is rapidly increasing here. There are several other companies that are being organized, and will soon be ready to show Mr. Lincoln that somebody will be hurt, if not now, should h