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the conservatives, urging the adoption of Mr. Guthrie's resolution. Mr. Caleb B. Smith, of Indiana, also spoke in favor of the resolution. He was for doing everything that was honorable and just to bring about an amicable settlement. Mr. Chase, of Ohio, also sustained the resolution, and made an exceedingly conservative speech. He was willing to concede everything that was proper and right to the border States, and he thought that by mutual concessions on all sides the troubles thattol. Great care is taken to keep their proceedings from the public, the desire being to prevent the Congressional meddlers at the other end of the Avenue from exercising any influence over their deliberations. It is, however, said that Governor Chase, of Ohio, who has been deemed one of the most impracticable members, has, since his emphatic remark congratulating President Tyler, promising "to follow where Virginia leads," made a speech of the most marked conservative character. The hope
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