; Johnson, Md.; Seddon, Va.; Ruffin, N. C.; Ewing, Ohio. Smith, Ind., Logan, Ill.; Harlan, Iowa.
The general impression appears to be that, is case of the Committee failing to agree on any plan of compromise, the Maryland delegation will press on the Conference the proportion for calling a National Convention, thus transferring the whole question direct to the people.
The meetings have thus far been very harmonious, and there is an evident desire not to disagree.
The election in Tennessee to-day, for candidates to a Convention, will, should she follow the lead of Virginia, have a favorable effect on the deliberations of the Conference.
Senators Collamer, Wade, and other Republican leaders, say that they will vote to submit the proposition of the Conference to a direct vote of the people.
From all we can learn, our previously expressed opinion that the Convention will recommend a settlement by a large majority vote from both sections — the South and the North--remai