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d on the 6th of December, instead of January, and that the Convention meet on the 17th of December, instead of the 10th of January. Mr. Black opposed the amendment. He wanted more time to canvass, and preferred the bill as it stood. Mr. Thompson said the agriculturists residing in the upper counties wanted more time. Mr. Winless interrupted Mr. Thompson with a resolution relative to declaring an opinion on the part of South Carolina, and inviting the co-operation of other States,Mr. Thompson with a resolution relative to declaring an opinion on the part of South Carolina, and inviting the co-operation of other States, which was tabled. The bill thus amended passed unanimously, after an exciting debate, in which it was said that all had favored the Senate bill, but developments had been made within the last twenty-five hours which made decided action necessary. Telegraphic messages were constantly receiving calling upon them to act. The Senate also unanimously concurred in the amendments. It is expected that Georgia, Florida Alabama, Texas and Mississippi will go with South Carolina.