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and who would, therefore, have power to appoint Breckinridge Democrats in the Cabinet, and other offices. He answered Mr. Toombs' argument against fishing bounties and navigation laws, by showing that the South had supported them, for the purpose of encouraging men to become sailors, and to build up our marine; but agreed with Mr. Toombs that the time had come when they should be repealed, and regretted that his distinguished friend, equalled in eloquence and power by no man in the Senate, hadhis friend, that he would appeal to his sword for redress, if his State denied it to him. (Here the stentorian voice of Mr. Toombs, who was sitting by the stand, was heard to say, 'I will,' and the hall thundered with applause in response to the revo was listened to attentively and greeted with much applause. "At its close loud calls were made for Jackson — when Mr. Toombs ascended the stand, and waving his hat, said--Three cheers for my honored friend — than whom there is not a brighter in