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resident said the vote could be taken over again by general consent. Mr. Jackson then vehemently opposed the preamble and resolution, declaring that under no circumstances would he and his constituents consent to relinquish the stars and stripes and join with South Carolina. He did not object to a Middle Confederacy. Mr. Montague followed, commenting upon the singular declaration made by the venerable gentleman from Wood. He called upon Eastern men to take note of the fact. Mr. Marr, of Fauquier, moved the previous question, which was sustained; and the rule allowing any member to relieve his mind for a period of ten minutes, before putting the main question, Mr. Early availed himself of the opportunity to declare his loyalty to Virginia, for whose rights he would ever contend; but he was opposed to the proposition in this form, and would vote against it. Mr. Willry, of Monongalia, said that the people of Western Virginia, among their native mountains, were p