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to lay all of the documents on the table, and print only Governor Letcher's letter and the Tennessee resolutions. Mr. Collier by way of amendment to the motion of the gentleman from Augusta, submitted a motion, that the proper action for this Hre. Nothing more is demanded relative to the Pennsylvania resolutions than lay them on the table. The suggestions of Mr. Collier were approved by the gentlemen, (Messrs. Christian and Duckwall) and accepted in lieu of their motions, and as such we Feb. 11th. He submitted it in consequence of the absence of so many members--(about 140 were present.) Messrs. Haymond, Collier and Yerby objected to the resolutions. The Governor convened the Assembly for working purposes. It had done very littltpone temporarily was not to be construed into an admission that he did not regard the law as of vast importance. Mr. Collier moved an adjournment. Lost. Mr. Seddon moved the indefinite postponement of the special order. The fact that such