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itutional remedy necessary to preserve the peace of the country and perpetuity of the Union, should be promptly and cheerfully granted.
This amendment was rejected, by the following vote:
Axes.--Messrs. Corwin, of Ohio; Adams, of Mass; Humphrey, of New York; Ferry, of Conn; son, of R. I.; Tappan, of N. H.; Morrill, of Van Morse, of Me.; Washburne, of Wisconsin--9 Axes.,--Messrs. Milison, of Va.; Winslow, of N. C., Campbell, of Pa.; Lowe, of Ga.; Davis, of M. D.; Whiterey, of La.; Stratory amendments to the Constitution, or recommendations for the call of a General Conventional as many of the States as may be necessary to accomplish the purpose aforesaid.
This resolution was rejected, as follows:
Axes--Messrs. Adams, Humphrey, Ferry, Robinson, Morrill, Morse, Washburne and Curtis--8.
Nays.--Messrs. Corwin, Millson Winslow, Campbell, Love, Davis of Md., Whiterey, Tappan, Stratton, Bristow, Nelson, Dunn, Taylor, Reuben Davis of Miss.
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