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be allowed to address the meeting: when, after considerable confusion, the whole subject was laid on the table. Mr. Binford resumed his remarks, and the meeting was subsequently, in response to loud calls, addressed from the stand by Messrs. Samuel Huffman and Adolphus Gary. The Business Committee returned, and reported, through Mr. A. M. Bailey, the following preamble and resolutions: Whereas, the Constitution of the United States was ordained and established "in order to form a ommittee, and was greeted with loud cheers. This interruption by the assemblage was promptly rebuked by the Chairman. The report of the committee was then, on motion, laid on the table. The following resolutions were submitted by Mr. Samuel Huffman: Resolved, That the working men of these States should, and those of this meeting do, hold it to be their interest that this Union should not be dissolved. Resolved, That we insist upon the peaceful and permanent adjustment of the