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sisted, though he hoped the issue would never be forced upon the people. Mr. Goode, of Mecklenburg, thought the gentleman from Franklin had very much mistaken ty, if they had come to disregard the will of the majority of the people. Mr. Goode arose to a privileged question.--He would ask if the gentleman from Franklin, He did not conceive that the gentleman had a right to ask the question. Mr. Goode said he had asked it in a respectful manner. He had the substance of the gens.) Mr. Early thought that the gentleman was mistaken in his words. Mr. Goode asked, then, if he disclaimed any reflection upon him? Mr. Wise here intd disclaimed the use of the language, he also disclaimed the reflection. Mr. Goode asked, if the gentleman from Franklin disclaimed the exact language, did he de Committee would appreciate the motive which prompted this explanation. Mr. Goode accepted the explanation with pleasure. The vote was then taken on Mr. W