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elations. Mr. Anbler of Louisa, said that Mr. Harvin had indicated a desire to offer an amendment. He was not present, and no one here was authorized to act for him. The Chairman, who had recognized Mr. Anbler, said that Mr. Nelson, of Clarke, was entitled to the floor. Mr. Anbler took an appeal from this decision, and the Chair was sustained by the Committee. Mr. Nelson then yielded the floor to Mr. Preston, of Montgomery, who proceeded to address the Committee. Aetween the gentleman from Princess Anne and himself was that he (Mr. W.) had no hope, while he had hope from both sections, and would never give up until time and blood shall set a seal upon the efforts in behalf of the Union. Mr. Nelson, of Clarke, then took the floor, and argued that secession, instead of remedying the evils complained of, would only aggravate them. So far from securing our rights in the Territories, it would be an abandonment of them, for a time at least. While he did