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ant Debate in the U. S. SenateNessrs. Seward. Mason. Hale. Cameron, Douglas, and Wigfall on the fledients failed, to fight for the Union. Mr. Mason moved that the memorial be misted. He underthe Government should new be sustained. Mr. Mason said that he had not done him the injustice o himself, in the breach for the Union. Mr. Mason said he now understood the Senator. He mean for me Sinator was here to sustain it. Mr. Mason said the remark of the Senator in favor of cs great Government was to be destroyed. Mr. Mason denied that he spoke for any other interestssked what Maryland and Virginia wanted? Mr. Mason said the demands of Virginia were expressed oy the Government and acted in concert. Mr. Mason--"Do you mean that we consult" Mr. Dougnstitution, and demanded no concession. Mr. Mason said the South asked for no concession. Tha work of saving the Union. [Applause.] Mr. Mason, said he would move that the galleries be cl