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now in Fort Moultrie. The resolutions of Mr. Robertson, after further debate, were finally referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs. Robertson, Yerby, Bass, Christian, Anderson, Magrader of Albemarle, Smith of Taylor, Witten and Newton, with power to sit immediately. On motion of Mr. Kemper, the House then proceeded to the consideration of the Convention bill; the first section of which was variously amended and debated. Further debate on the Convention bill was postpnicate these resolutions, by telegraph, immediately to the president of the United States, and to each of the Governors of the Southern States. The adoption of the resolutions was opposed by Messrs. Seddon, Kemper and others, and supported by Messrs. Robertson, Newton and others, and carried in the affirmative by a large majority. The House adjourned about 4½ o'clock, after the failure of a motion to meet at 7½ o'clock at night, leaving the Convention bill as "unfinished business."