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— yeas 37, nays 76. The question recurring on the substitute, Mr. Hall, of Wetzel, said he had offered it with the purest motives, and with no intention to delay proceedings, as had been intimated by the gentleman from Ohio, (Mr. Clemens.) He offered it as a Union man — a better Union man than any who had spoken on this floor. If the object was to re-construct the Union, his substitute was the only method of arriving at such a result. Mr. Hall yielding the floor for a moment, Mr. Mallory, of Brunswick, moved that the Committee rise, which was lost by a large majority. Mr. Hall then resumed the floor and went on to demonstrate that Virginia had no liberty in this Government — that the North had pursued a system of plunder, and all Federal legislation had been intended for the benefit of that section. He yielded the floor at length to Mr. Macfarland, who said that the gentleman was apparently laboring under exhaustion, and the Committee having extended indulgence<