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striking out the word "responses" and inserting the word "answers." A member,(in his seat.)--The gentleman evidently wants to make a speech. Mr. Morton proceeded to explain his amendment, which required but few words. He then took ground against the policy adopted by members on the Union side, which opposed any independent, separate action of Virginia until after a consultation with the Border States. His argument was cut short by the expiration of his time. Mr. Leake, of Goochland, said a word or two in opposition to the amendment, thus giving Mr. Morton an opportunity to resume. Mr. Morton controverted the theory of a Border Conference, proposed by the gentleman from Fauquier, (Mr. Scott.) His own position was, secession first, and co-operation afterwards. Experience had demonstrated its propriety, in the action of the Southern States which presented an example unparalleled in the history of nations. They had a permanent Government, with a credit to-day high