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man announced the termination of debate. Mr. Wise took up the resolution adopted with a view toesolution, as understood by its friends. Mr. Wise had distinctly understood that the word "one"eflect upon the action of the Committee. Mr. Wise said he would do it, holding to the very horsystem rests, and tends to its overthrow. Mr. Wise said, before the vote was taken on that resolws necessary for its proper development. Mr. Wise again moved that the Committee rise; but the calling for the yeas and nays upon the appeal,) Wise, and Ameler. The Chairman then stated his n the adoption of the fourth resolution. Mr. Wise moved to amend by striking out the word "unitead, of Frederick, opposed the amendment; and Mr. Wise then devoted ten minutes to "replication," be Franklin, B. Turner, Tyler, Whitfield, Wilson, Wise, Woods, and Wysor.--68. Nays.--Messrs. Ash, Seawell, Strange, Thornton, Robert H. Turner, Wise, and Woods. --38. Nays.--Messrs. Aston, Al[6 more...]
stion recurring upon the fourth resolution, as amended by Mr. Wise, it was adopted with but four dissenting votes. The , F. P. Turner, Tyler, Waller, Whitfield, Williams, Wilson, Wise, Woods, and Wysor--68. Nays.--Messrs. Armstrong, Alfredomestic insurrection appear, but;"--at the suggestion of Mr. Wise, however, he withdrew it. Mr. Speed, of Campbell, morange, R. H. Turner, F. P. Turner, Tyler, Williams, Wilson, Wise, Woods, and Wysor.--58. Nays.--Messrs. Armstrong, Astoyler, Waller, Whitfield, Wickham, Willey, Williams, Wilson, Wise, Woods, and Wysor.--115. So the resolution was adoptedng was in order? The Chairman so considered it. Mr. Wise appealed to Mr. Goggin to withdraw his amendment, since iffered by Mr. Harvie, he demanded the yeas and nays. Mr. Wise said he was opposed to the substitute, because, as he hadange, Robt. H. Turner, Franklin P. Turner, Tyler, Williams, Wise, Woods, and Wysor.--45. Nays--Messrs. Armstrong, Aston
is speech; after which the Convention went into Committee of the Whole, and Mr. Richardson continued his argument in favor of secession.-- Mr. Morton subsequently spoke on the Southern side, but was cut short by the order previously adopted for terminating debate at 12 o'clock M. The Committee proceeded to vote on the propositions reported by the Committee on Federal Relations, commencing with the third, which was adopted, without amendment. The fourth resolution was amendment on motion of Mr. Wise, and adopted, as was the fifth, with an amendment offered by Mr. Flournoy. A motion, submitted by Mr. Carlile, to strike out the entire resolution, was voted down. When the sixth section came up, Mr. Harvie offered a substitute, declaring it expedient to pass an Ordinance of Secession, to be referred to the people at the May election. Mr. Goggin also offered a substitute, but withdrew it. Mr. Harvie's was rejected — yeas 45, nays 90. At this point the Committee rose. The taxation re