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o dissolve the ties which bind us to the Union, they should have all they wanted; and he had the temerity to say he did this without consultation with his constituents.--He (Mr. Johnson) hoped that the constituents of that gentleman would not sustain him in this, and that he would find himself solitary and alone. He would vote to lay the resolutions on the table, for he believed their consideration now would embarrass the primary question which the Convention was called to consider. Mr. Woods, of Barbour, said he had hoped there would have been magnanimity enough among Eastern gentlemen to have proposed a plan for equalizing the taxes, without waiting for it to come from the West. He regretted the latitude that the debate had taken, and that there was so much excitement on the question, which merely proposed the raising of committees to make inquiries. Every grievance complained of by any portion of the citizens of the Common wealth, he thought, ought to be removed by this Co