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ies of resolutions adopted by the people of that county, in favor of immediate secession. Referred to the Committee on Federal Relations. Mr. Marton, of Orange, asked and obtained leave to present a series of resolutions of similar import, adopted by the people of Greene county, on their last Court- day. Referred tolad that some of those most distinguished on that side were now covered with sackcloth and penitential ashes. In this connection he alluded to the gentleman from Orange, (Mr. Morton.) Then proceeding to speak of the gentleman from Princess Anne. Mr. Wise begged to assure him that he never cried out crucify South Carolina; butection to the South, as well as the dangers of a border war, in the event of secession, he thought had been greatly overrated. At this point, Mr. Morton, of Orange, moved that the Committee rise. Mr. Bruce felt some delicacy in regard to this proposal. His constituents would never forgive him for occupying two days in