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med, on the part of himself and the gentleman from Stafford, any purpose to precipitate the country into a civil war, or any sympathy with such a strife. Mr. Robertson said he had prepared the resolutions since the House assembled, and was willing to let them go to the Committee on National Affairs. Mr. Seddon read the following dispatch: Weldon. N. C., Jan. 10, 1861. W. T. Lundy, House of Delegates. --The following dispatch has just been forwarded to Washington, by W. S. Ashe, President Wilmington Railroad: "A passenger from Charleston, a reliable man, says that the Star of the West, was fired into yesterday, from Fort Moultrie, and forced back." Fort Caswell, N. C., has been taken possession of. Jas. Johnson. The reading of this document produced the most intense excitement. Several very vociferous shouts and commendatory ejaculations arose above the din in the west gallery. The Speaker ordered the arrest of one individual, who was brou