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g unfair was intended. Mr. Preston desired to bring the question back from the discussion debate, to the real object of the resolutions. The gentleman from Harrison had read a dispatch from a newspaper with regard to some movement at Washington, and he (Mr. P.) desired to know if he insinuated, directly or indirectly, that tHarvie asked the extension of the usual courtesy to him, to enable him to read that portion of the dispatch in the New York Herald which the gentleman from Harrison had omitted. (Calls for "Question," cries of "Leave," &c.) Mr. Carlile said he should claim the privilege of reply. After some difficulty, and against the protest of Mr. Hall, of Marion, Mr. Harvie succeeded in obtaining the floor. He said the gentleman from Harrison had taken occasion to make a fling at those with whom he (Mr. Harvie) acted, by bringing in an extract from the New York Herald. He would summon the witness back into court, to show the character of those who