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he necessity of bread riots, such as would be witnessed in the streets of Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York within the next sixty days. Mr. Fisher renewed the motion to lay the resolutions on the table, but withdrew it at the request of Mr. Turner, of Jackson, who proceeded to relieve the Northwest from the charge of unfair dealing in introducing the question of taxation. He showed that the act calling the Convention contemplated a change in the organic law of the State. Mr. Turner raiMr. Turner raised a question of order, to the effect that similar resolutions, offered by himself, some time ago, were now upon the table; but the question was not pressed. Mr. Early, of Franklin, spoke of the newspaper report, that there existed a bargain among the members from the different sections; that if the Eastern men would vote on the side of Union, the Northwest would yield the question of taxation. He knew nothing of such a bargain. He was not prepared to vote for a change in the organic law