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f the Charleston Convention, assembled to nominate a President, but it is not generally known that he was there in a committee room by three gentlemen, members of the committee to that resolutions, & c. The names of the members who him were Mr. Smith of California, (a active of Virginia.) Mr. of Miss., and Mr., now Governor of Texas, Butler, in course of his and course remark in was by Smith which he took like a dog. Mr. Labboak took him in hand, and cover the him with words, and woSmith which he took like a dog. Mr. Labboak took him in hand, and cover the him with words, and would his face if he had not and been suddenly taken with the soldiers. Mr. Barksdale, was compared to notice the of the Yankee, and would have broken his head with a which he of for the purpose, but for the having white and the experted blew.--A member of the committee, present, says that such cowardice war almost inconceivable and that it was to look at him while he was under the apprehension of being under.