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by the Convention, the following preamble and resolutions;" Mr. Hall, of Wetzel, moved to strike out all after the introduction, and insert in lien thereof thegave some reasons why he could not support the substitute of the gentleman from Wetzel, and opposed a Border State Conference. He had fully indicated, heretofore, hi The motion was lost. Amidst cries of "question," "question," Mr. Hall, of Wetzel, arose to address the committee. Mr. Wise appealed to Mr. Hall to withdraw— 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 delayood could be accomplished. He moved that by general consent the gentleman from Wetzel have leave to withdraw his substitute. Mr. Jackson, of Wood, objected. Mr. Turner, of Jackson, said he believed it was due to the gentlemen from Wetzel, that the usual courtesy should be extended to him. He therefore moved that the