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lin P. Turner, Tyler, Waller, Williams, Wilson, Wise, and Wysor.--68. Nays.--Messrs. Armetrong,ntil pending difficulties are adjusted." Mr. Wise urged the adoption of this amendment, and toocott, of Fauquier, opposed the amendment, and Mr. Wise replied. Mr. Scott, of Powhatan, moved tbound to," and insert the word "should." Mr. Wise accepted the amendment, which then read, "showas taken by a division of the Committee, and Mr. Wise's amendment was rejected — yeas 49, nays 76. Seawell. Speed, Thornton, R. H. Turner, Tyler. Wise, Woods, and Wysor--87. The following is tght of peaceable secession, out and out. Mr. Wise replied, giving the mover of the amendment a author of the sentiment, James Madison. M. Wise, (sotto voce.)--No, sir. I've heard the devil qTurner, Tyler, Waller, Wickham, Willey, Wilson, Wise, Woods, and Wysor.--114. So the committee dment was briefly debated by Messrs. Baylor and Wise, and rejected — yeas 24, nays 101. Mr. Ear[2 more...]<
y of the preamble. Mr. Carlile moved to amend by inserting after the words "seceded States," the words "and as to the policy the seceded States intend to pursue towards the General Government." Rejected--Mr. Carlile alone voting "aye." Mr. Carlile then moved to amend by adding the following to the resolution: "And that a like committee be appointed to wait upon the seceded States, and report to this Convention what policy they intend to pursue towards the General Government." Mr. Wise asked whether, if this amendment were adopted, the gentleman from Harrison would undertake the mission to the seceded States. He thought if he did, that would be the last of him. [Laughter.] Mr. Carlile replied that he would cheerfully undertake the mission, if the Convention thought proper to confer it upon him; and he would return, too. Mr. Carlile's second amendment was then voted down, and the preamble and resolution were adopted. Mr. Jackson, of Wood, said he had not un