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e. Mr. Mr. Wise said if the distinction which the gentleman made was not a distinction without a difference, he might act upon his suggestion. The Constitution made all the forts, arsenals; magazines, and dockyards, National. There was no such thing as a "local" fort.-- There was no difference in the two forts mentioned by the gentleman; and Fort Pickens, located in the same State. The rule that required the evacuation of one fort required the evacuation of all. Mr. Baldwin, of Augusta, moved to amend the amendment by inserting after the word "ought," the words "in the interests of peace." Mr. Baldwin said that he had understood the gentleman from Princess Anne to indicate that the object of his amendment was peace, and he desired that it should so appear in the resolution. Mr. Wise suggested that the phraseology be changed so as to make the amendment to the amendment read "for purposes of pacifi cation." Mr. Baldwin adopted the suggestion, and Mr. Wise accepted the