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ssembled to nominate a President; but it is not generally known that he was there disgraced in a committee room by three distinguished gentlemen, members of the committee to draft resolutions, &c. The names of the members who disgraced him were Mr. Smith. of California. ( a native of Virginia,) Mr. Barksdale, of Miss, and Mr. Lubbock, now Governor of Texas. Butler, in consequence of his rude and coarse remarks in committee, was first grossly insulted by Smith, which he took like a dog. AfterwSmith, which he took like a dog. Afterwards Mr. Lubbock took him in hand, and severely chastised him with words, and would have damaged his ugly face if he had not turned pale and been suddenly taken with the shivers. Finally the Hotspur of the South, Mr. Barksdale, was compelled to notice the vulgarity of the Yankee, and would have broken his head with a chair which he raised for the purpose, but for the Brute having turned white and shrunk from the expected blow. --A member of the committee, present, says that such cowardice was