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tion organized to-day with Thomas A. Rendricks as President, and Bingham, of the Sentiael, as Secretary. It is a packed affair. The machinery is controlled by Breckinridge men, eleven of that Electoral ticket being delegates. The notorious John G. Davis made an ultra secesston speech. The resolutions are hypocritical, contradictory, and are not satisfactory to a majority of the party. Numbers of leading Douglas men declined to participate. Col. Dunham made a speech, favoring adjournmeations will be made to-morrow. Indianapolis, Jan. 6.--The Convention reassembled at 2 o'clock P. M. A motion to adjourn till the 4th of July, was lost. During the absence of the Committee on Resolutions the Convention was addressed by Hon. John G. Davis, in an ultra secession speech. The platform and resolutions were then reported, which are very long, and passed under the operation of the previous question. The following is an abstract of the resolutions: 1. That the restora