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result of the acquisition of territory, and treaties were made in accordance with the existing law. Mr.Baldwin said he had made the allusion to show the recognition of the dividing line in carrying out what the gentleman and his friends called the crowing act of his Administration. He then proceeded to speak of its recognition in the admission of Oregon, and its approval by President Polk. Virginia recognized the right to apply the Wilmot Proviso where it did not interfere with the Compromise line. She also approved the Compromise of 1850 as the great measure of peace, and both parties in the State reiterated it in their political platform. He thought he was justified in defying the production of a single act of the General Government, in reference to slavery, which did not receive, at some time or other, the distinct approval of Virginia.--He hoped, if any gentleman should do him the honor to notice, in the subsequent discussion of this question, any portion of his argument,