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m, and to pass such laws as the separation may make proper. Mr. Conrad, of Frederick, moved to amend by striking out from the first and --and inserting in lieu thereof the words "Concurring with." Mr. Conrad explained and advocated his amendment. Mr. Bouldin replied. He hd no power, any where, to make treaties with the seceded States. Mr. Conrad closed his argument in another speech of ten minutes. Mr. Wiled for the reading of the last clause of the 9th resolution, and Mr. Conrad, seeing the object contemplated, asked leave to modify his amendmted to, and the vote being taken the amendment was rejected. Mr. Conrad then moved to strike out from the 10th resolution the words. "Wi the jaws of civil war. The amendment was further debated by Mr. Conrad, after which the vote was taken and the amendment defeated — yeard to effectuate their separation. Debated by Messrs. Wise and Conrad. Mr. Scott, of Powhatan, moved a division of the question, and