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he U. S. SenateNessrs. Seward. Mason. Hale. Cameron, Douglas, and Wigfall on the floor. In the U. S. Senate, on Thursday, Mr. Seward predead still lived, [Considerable applause in the galleries.] Mr. Wigfall said that he was in favor of the Union, if it could be administed the seceding States never would come back into the Union. Mr. Wigfall then branched off into an extended argument in defence of the ritisements offering a negro for sale and a reward for a runaway. Mr. Wigfall defended, at great length, the course of the seceding States. refused to meet the issue and to do nothing to preserve it. Mr. Wigfall rejoined, and in the course of his remarks asked Mr. Douglas upor. Mason, said he would move that the galleries be cleared. Mr. Wigfall wanted facts. He wished to have a specific statement of the Senat sort of dispatches he sent to Pensacola and Fort Sumter. Mr. Wigfall had no objection to reveal the contents of any dispatches he sen