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The working men's National Convention. This body, which assembled in Philadelphia last Friday, adopted resolutions to the following effect on Saturday: Resolved, That we, the working men of the United States, without distinction of party, believe that as a consequence of the sectional controversy now agitating our country, we are now approaching the verge of national, social and financial ruin; that our material prosperity, our hopes of happiness and future security, depend upon th
means endeavored to prevent a just settlement of the present difficulties.
8. The Legislatures of the different States are requested to repeal all personal liberty bills that may violate any constitutional principles of the people of the United States.
The working men of the thirty-four States are recommended to form associations, pledging themselves to lay upon the altar of their country all party predilections, and to maintain the Union of all these States, "one and inseparable, n