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of the United States to be the supreme law of the land: Resolved, That we deprecate the spirit of disobedience to the Constitution wherever manifested, and that we earnestly recommend the repeal of all statutes, by State Legislatures, conflicting with and in violation of that sacred instrument, and the laws of Congress passed in pursuance thereof. Mr. Cochrane proposed an amendment, which was accepted, namely, a recommendation to repeal the so-called personal liberty bills. Mr. Sherman moved to further amend so as to include all unifying laws, so as to receive an unanimous vote; objected to. The main question was then put, resulting — ayes 108, nays 35. Mr. Lovejoy offered a resolution similar to that of Adrain, but adding that it is the duty of the President to protect and defend the property of the United States. Mr. Crawford, of Ga., wanted a proposition stating exactly what rights the South should have. Mr. Barksdale, of Miss., thought the resolu