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whole subject to the commissioners on the revision of the laws of the State, with instructions to report whether the present law upon the rendition of fugitive slaves is in conflict with the Constitution of the United States. The commissioners of revision who are to take the matter in charge are ex-Judges Milo L. Bennett, Pierpont and Isham, and Hon. Andrew Tracy, formerly member of Congress — all known to be men of strong conservative tendencies. Views of a Republican Governor. Mr. Curtin, the Governor elect of Pennsylvania, made a speech in Philadelphia on Saturday evening, during which he referred to the nullifying laws of that State. The speaker doubted whether any of her legislative enactments interfered with the statutes of the United States; but if they did, the principle was maintained that they should be immediately repealed. While Pennsylvania thus yielded to the National Government, she expected every State, both North and South, to be as faithful as herself to