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imself of his privilege to speak. Mr. Rust, of Ark., opposed its adoption.--He gave his reason therefore. Mr. Dunn denied one of Mr. Rust's propositions, and Mr. R. announced that he ould meet Mr. Dunn elsewhere. Other words ensued, but Mr. Dunn subsequently explained that he meant nothing offensive to Mr. Rust. Mr. Rust required an unqualified retraction. Mr. Dunn said he had made such an explanation as he thought it his duty to make. Mr. Rust.--"Very good." Mr. Ferry made an anti-secession and coercion speech, using very strong terms against the secessionists. He was opposed to any amendment to the Constitution. His whole speech was of the higher-law order, and full of denunciation. Senate.--The President filled the vacancies in the committees caused by the withdrawal of the Southern Senators. The Red River Raft Improvement bill was discussed and passed. The Pacific Railroad bill was taken up. Mr. Crittenden moved to postpone it a