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ll and frank response to the interrogatories.
But whether he did or not, Mr. S. was in favor of the application, with a view to the government of his own action as a member of this body.
He was free to say that the moment it was disclosed to him that the President intended to pursue an aggressive policy towards the seceded States, he would go for an ordinance of secession.
The President.--The lobbies will be cleared the moment that applause is repeated.
Mr. Staples.--The applause came from the floor.
The President.--From the lobbies and floor both.
Mr. Scott went on to declare his belief that the President contemplated a peace policy.--He did not think the resolutions were at all disrespectful; he would even be willing to make use of stronger language — to let the President know that upon his response depended the action of this Convention.
Mr. Randolph, of Richmond City, argued that we had a right to know whether the military expedit