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fered by the gentleman from Harrison. Mr.Baldwin, of Augusta, being entitled to the floor, resy of secessionists in the Convention. Mr.Baldwin said he distinctly understood the gentleman f the entire policy of the Government. Mr.Baldwin resumed. He did not expect to find gentlemenlude to the annexation of Texas, when Mr.Baldwin desired to state his point before the gentlem in accordance with the existing law. Mr.Baldwin said he had made the allusion to show the rec. Mr.Wise.--I take up the glove. Mr.Baldwin.--I hope he will take it up; he will find thall be a long time before it is ended. Mr.Baldwin went on to disclaim any purpose, if he used hght be her degradation in the future. Mr.Baldwin went on to say that he regarded any attempt tnsult her on the subject? With this remark Mr. Baldwin commenced an argument in favor of a Border tion of the Government. At this point, Mr. Baldwin, who had spoken three hours, yielded the fl[1 more...]
The Convention. Mr. Baldwin, of Augusta, continued his able argument on the Union side, yesterday, speaking three hours or more. He regarded the Peace Conference propositions as an acceptable basis of adjustment; but as they have failed to receive due consideration in the Convention, he advocates the majority report from the Committee on Federal Relations. He will probably conclude to-day.