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ember shall be at liberty to speak more than ten minutes on any one subject. Mr.Morris. of Caroline, called attention to the fact that the Committee last evening agreed to take up the resolutions offered some time ago by the gentleman from Harrison, (Mr. Wilson.) The President said that these resolutions were passed by, by universal consent. Mr.Wishe claimed that no quorum was then present. A brief skirmish ensued between various members, when the President re-stated the facts in connection with the proceedings of last evening. The resolutions of the gentleman from Harrison, by universal consent, he said, were passed by, and Mr. Price's resolution was taken up. It was then suggested that no quorum was present, and a vote could not be taken until there was a quorum. A motion to adjourn then prevailed. Mr.Wise appealed from the decision of the Chair, making the point that when there was no quorum the resolution could not be received. The President said th