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than live on terms of inequality, he would tear the Union to fragments. Mr. Goggin said he had a series of resolutions to offer as a substitute. We could not tberty, and that they had the will (and he hoped the abilities to maintain it. Mr. Goggin went on to make further quotations from the Inaugural address, commenting the all who would rally around it. The following are the resolutions proposed by Mr. Goggin: Resolved, That any attempt on the part of the General Government to us prepared to repel any assaults which may be at all times made upon her. Mr. Goggin went on to say that he had prepared these resolutions without consultation winot be offered as a substitute for his, unless the rules were suspended. Mr. Goggin said he would withdraw them for the present, and offer them at a suitable timpied in the committee room, on this very subject, and only heard a portion of Mr. Goggin's remarks; and to that portion he gave his hearty concurrence and assent, but