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ss by the mercenary cut-throats of Lincoln and Scott? Come, Mr. Macfarland, enlarge your beneficent views and give us all the benefit of your liberal suggestion.] Quite an interesting debate sprung up on a motion made by the chairman of the Committee on Elections to be discharged from the further consideration of an ordinance referred to it in reference to the number of vacancies, the cause of the absence of members, and the proper mode to reach them either by the law or the halter. Mr. Wysor sprung upon this motion like a tiger on a dead buffalo. He was prepared, he said, to give names of members of this Convention who were traitors — who are "aiding and comforting" the enemy; yet the chairman of the committee asks to be discharged from the further consideration of the subject without calling a single witness, or notifying himself as the mover of the resolution. He could give the names of several who ought to be hung as high as Haman.--Mr. Haymond came to the rescue of the c