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ence--"In all territory which may hereafter be acquired," &c. Debated by Messrs. Morton and Wise, and rejected. The question recurred on Mr, Wise's motion to strike out, and was decided in the negative — yeas 27; nays 84. Mr. Ambler, of Louisa, moved to strike out the 1st section and insert the following substitute: Congress shall have power to legislate and provide forms of government for the inhabitants of all territories belonging to the United States, and may permit them, at s the body by speaking to his substitute. He had noticed on various occasions that the courtesy which had been accorded to others had been denied him. Mr. Baldwin said that so far as he and those around him were concerned, the gentleman from Louisa evidently labored under a mistake. It was true that they desired to have a vote, but he was sure that none could deny a courtesy to a gentleman of such unexceptionable urbanity of manner as the one who had just taken his seat. The vote was