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d made a short address, in which he inculcated respect for the laws by all men as the best remedy for grievances. Fred Douglas, who was on the platform, called the proceedings of Mr. Fay the coolest thing he had ever known. Mr. Fay was sustained, and read a series of resolutions, which were received with applause, and adopted by a large majority. Fred Douglas then rose again, and was exceedingly severe in his condemnation of the proceedings. He made an allusion to Daniel Webster, andticularly were uproarious. A motion to dissolve the meeting was carried, and Mr. Fay retired from the chair. Fred Douglas called on his friends to remain. Rev. Dr. Eddy commenced a speech in disapproval of the doings, and was stopped by a owe was chosen Chairman in place of Mr. Fay, by the Union men, when the fighting recommenced on the platform, in which Fred Douglas and his friends were roughly used. Cheers were then given for Virginia, and the Union and the Constitution, after
The vote of Texas. New Orleans, Tuesday, Dec. 4. --Breckinridge's majority over Bell and Douglas is 32,109.