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at a vote should be taken on the question to-day, and would not now detain the Convention with any remarks but for the extraordinary speech of the gentleman from Harrison. That gentleman had said this resolution was prepared in advance of the appearance of Lincoln's Inaugural. Mr. Carlile disclaimed any reference to Mr. Cox'the amendments. He further disclaimed anything of a personal character towards any member of the Convention. Mr. Cox went on to say that the gentleman from Harrison had uttered sentiments which he had not supposed were entertained by any member of this body. So far from desiring to precipitate the State into civil war, he hresolution proposed to call a conference of the border States, in order that Virginia might consult with them as to what ought to be done. If the gentleman from Harrison was a Union man he would go for such a conference. The Peace Conference, inaugurated by Virginia, had proved an abortion, and she can now do nothing by herself;