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all the power I can bring to bear upon the occasion. In the name of the Constitution it violates, I denounce it. In the name of my constituents, whom it injures, and is likely to attack, I denounce it.--In the name of our common country whose peace it is likely to disturb, and whose peace if once disturbed can never be restored, I denounce it. In the name of that humanity to which we all belong, but which too many of us ignore, with redoubled energy and in deeper accents, I denounce and execrate it." [Applause.] Mr. Howard, of Michigan, characterized the remarks of Mr. Bocock as mere clap-trap.--The appeal of the gentleman from Virginia was designed for his State, so that it might operate on the minds of the delegates to their Convention, which was now in session. He was not willing to let the seceding States go peaceably. He was unwilling to give any guarantee, or to make any compromise. On motion of Mr. Stanton, the bill was made the order of the day for Tuesday next.
Northern Markets, Baltimore,Feb. 22.--Flour firm — Howard st. and Ohio $5.37; City Mills $5.12. Wheat steady-- red $1.25@1.31; white $1.45@1.65. Corn firm — yellow 63@68; white 63@65. Provisions steady and unchanged. Coffee quiet at 12 1/4@13 3/4. Whiskey dull and unchanged. New York,Feb. 22.--Cotton firm at 11 1/4. Flour firm and unchanged. Wheat active and firm.-- Corn firm and market light. Nothing done at the evening Stock Board, in consequence of the holiday