Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 23, 1860, Page 10

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 23, 1860 Page 10
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JO THE PRESIDENCY. DftORTUT IE 98 FROM BALTIMORE. PwimrihiKi of the National Democratic Convention. Mifttoo of the Majority Report of the Credential Committee. Admlseton of the Bogus South * era Douglas Delegations. MANOEUVRES OF THE ALBANY REGENCY. mad ExplMlen ia the Democratic Camp. MY OP TIB iim-D00GLA8 DELEGATES. I MB NBOCB1CT DTTOLLY BMP VP, | At., At., Ac. OB SPECIAL BALTIMORE DESPATCH. B.uinoks, June 22, 1890. The Qltlr stated that the drat business was on ordering Os asia question an tbe resolutions of tbo Credential aaaiRtee?first on Mr. Git tings' minority report. Bm reootuttona were read in ordor, first tbe majority report, then tbe minority report presented by Mr. Stereua, gf Oregon, and then Mr. Gittlngs' resolutions. Be minority report, proposing tbe admission of all the needera, was lost by on*' hundred and fifty to one hundred < rotee. Mew York, fasting its thirty five roUy against tbo ! popart, waa hissed. I The crisis is come in a contingency wt cb may now | happen at any minute. I have reason to bolter* that the delegates of twentyewe Piste., In whole or in part. wiU M-oed.-, and a majority f all tbe nM'Uihers of tie- Convention. Oushlug Will then SW ibl with his gavel aiid declare there is not a quorum present. Another Convention, in another building, with a majority of the delegates will U?'ii be held, and a nominaMnmmade. The programme t? Breckinridge and lane, or lane and Breckinridge But this any be chunked m to uo? of the Mllawo. T*B.TI OCujc* M. The Convention luu now proooedod to vote on the maJnrttf report seriatim. Tlie Mississippi delegation, alHiul which there is no dispute, was declared entitled to seats hp two hundred and fifty ayes and two and a half noes; hot it was objected that they should not take their seats MU the whole report be dlspuecd of, and the Chair so Bnldtd. Ihe Bouglas Louisiana delegation were tlien deckwed entitled to their suals by one hundred and fiftythroe ayee aud uiuely-eight ockr. Ojis o'Cukx P. M The two seceding delegates from Delaware were admitted, and the rest of the majority report adopted, except in the ease of the delegates from Ueorgia, upon which New Tack voted for the tecederm. You may therefor# look out tor another secession and another Convention In this ctty immediately. The rotes of some of the States are indicative of their fbture action. The vole uf Msesachosetts in fkvor of the aaoaders Is eight to fire; iVniuylvama, rcrealeen to ten, New Jersey, four aud a half to two und a half, North Carolina, eight to two; Teunessee, ten to two; Kentucky, ten 10 two; California, (bur to none; Oregon, three, to uone. Tha resUulwa of the majority report as to Arltan*ts is adopted. There being no ooutealant In the case of Texas, just as in the case of Mississippi, the aecod.-n are declared entitled to Uwur w?U. TheOm.r decided that Mr Krum.a* Chairman of the Committor, had a right to make the ckwlog a<Ulrc??, alUaough the main question had hern ordorud, and Mr. Krca addrrseed th. Convention. Mr. Rucm-Ii of Virginia rutted that when the Convention eoAcummau . its at Hoc, tbto he bad an announcement to make to it. The Itesideot said that though the resolution* were acted upon, they were alill subject to reconsideration, and ben the announcement of Mr. RuamII would be in order. One of the Maryland delegation moved to aOourn mm dar. which, though kwt. ibowv the spirit that prevails and Ibrvshadows the coming cvenu. Tans* o Clock P. M. New York w-k the Onaventicn by surprise by voting, en a motion of rvcoti-iderulkio, in I be oppiwile direction nf Um I mug las party. wboee policy was to consummate the heaiarn as suun as possible. The object of the opposite motion waa delay and reoooeidrralioc Mr. 8tuart, of Michigan, black with rage, bit his lip and said?"White man vary uncertain ' IV delegatre all buned around that New York wanted to gam time to sell herself and get her price. It is another rflbrt to get Seymour; but whatever may be the result Douglas is slaughtered. An adjournment look piece to aevca o'clock P. M. New York will not change tier vole to the minority report. A message was r < tved to lav by Richmond,Chairman af the New York deb gatiuo, from Mr r>>uglas, requeuing to bate Ins name with irawn roller than split the party In two. Any number of message* were sent back by ft Mr a <is imploring In in to withdraw this message. T*s o'clock r. M. t?ton OS THl AKTI-DOtiaLaa Ml.tMATIONS. TV nugnrily report having been taken up wtam and passed, eirrpt the Georgia case, Mr Russell, of Virginia, amidst a painful mm uf esdtemmt, announced the withdrawal <? in< ? ir* . m wminw. Mr. fwiM- of Teoiewree, aahed kava to retire U coo ull, ?i-l ??M il i?i 1) lik.. !/ limy tliouSd ever re iuru 0*1 in Mr UUtrO. of Kentucky. announced that the detoya lion rrnmhieSUU v. i?Im J to retlr*. Mr. twt. of Michigan, objected. After oosbo flMWmliMi Mr Stuart withdrew hi* ohjeoiM ugrwr-k vmobIi t polat of limn, m they war* (otay to with.'.mw anyhow, The Kcatacky delryali?o llm withdraw to *?"w of California, aua of lha at-Oovaraur of Tir flaw of that dorm, ann?uuoa<l the once?too of ha Stair, which cm oo kmyer participate in tha irregular unoom Mm. Mr SUrian, of Oregon. innouuced lha withdrawal of MM detoyalioa. Tha oacoad weaedoe a now accompli* bed, hut there are other oewtora to ba added la-morrow I think Iho ?Ji i I1J of Ibo IVn?r> Irani* delegation (thirty four dale join), with thlcty ear delegate* from Maw Turk Md n r U ? j P'hfrf do loyal too | atao dak^aUa (Vwat CimitlHinl aad Mow Jemry, will owatl tbo rank* of fen recede r*. had anon oaljr a nay CMroaUna to Iho Waynli i a of on not tar orrrenrtynly. Ho will probw bly ha Maiiaatod tomorrow mom lay fey tha fmcUa of O (havenMob, with the bofUO delay* ten nfeaam Whether ha wll rna or not a quant tonal It li hold thai fen win (taction, that oome other otrnay mam will Iho fen amaiantod a ordaa to mho tha wind oot of tha aua of tfea neoodoro Maoawfeda lha Boondaro win proceed attk their Pen ant Mm numiooUoo to murraw la tha any. tno Rich awad OmraatMn baring booa jfeAJMrned yontarday to MMtiaom. Tha yiaarnl toel log a that tfea dam or fat. c party a MaaUy hrok? op. and the bloose a attributed to tbo Alhnny Regency, who will hnao to Caw tha aiuoa a Mew York stole Dayad load am tha onrhao wh h h ore uttered ayatnot them fey tho minor it/ of their ob a delegate*, Md by thouoaada ofdoaiiwata ham. It a bm that tha Nottaciol Committee to be appoint*! by tha rnoap On nveattou will xaun on addroso aftor IXmi/Um to o<?i cotfed t withdrawn, and now elooi una will ha ordered >a nanfe ?r aooBth tor another Ooavrmtloa In mike another nnmtaalh~* THE PHonCErtv'VOH or THE COIOWTTO*. Mf. f Mkimna. Jane ? |W Tha Ommataa troembla* a* o'olock pewapuy, tfea dhmlre betoy daaoaty erowih'*^ Rmyef woo i-Shred hy Wee Mr Swirl* M* Won yr. of Maoww hwlK, m wwd that tbo )oaram af yoicntoyto rroree.lwi|r? b.- rem'Mr Poo?, af (tola. morel to dlapa ?Hh the read I ay ffee peatttna of Urn q -<atlona emild bno^tod by tfea (tour Tfen roadtay w diapetiaei with. I NEW Y( The t: -*trr preliminary -'ir-arke ??Ut'.ng to '-he Cwbvui eaco f the d- legate- , riaiod liwl lite uii que# lk. u t I . n urderrd. Tie- f*KT.rr ?v tUu r> Ml the .aotroun in their order. The < H?m theo t tM?ft thai the qo-wtica would he flrit Uikcu < n thti rrp. r: of Mr. C'tt.ngR, of Maryland, adopt wf tb- *t-o!e major ty r port, eiocpt in the cane of AlaU. i.j, iud admitting in ttiat uUtU> the original O.iarlettoa ?" Irf it'.oU. l> Ksio MNrouri, on a question of privilege, staled that i _i uublo of riper* errors occurred in *utu* of the u .iii' f of the d<dig*i*>M io all the reports. Ho eked c.'iJH Dt to have them corrected Mr Sjbiky, of Minnesota, inquired whether, under the ruler adrpted by the Convention, it ir net in order fhr the Chairman of the Committ- . on vJrcdectutls to bo beard on rlore of the debate, even alter the main ques ttO'' h bee . ordered. the rnanMHT raid such wax the ou^tom in tho Houao of He| reoeutativee, and he eould so rule. Mr. Cjttwgs, of Maryland, asked consent to withdraw tho flnr port of the report, so as to leave before the CMvention,* his report, only the reao.ation admitting tho Yanory delegates from Alabama. In no doing he stated it had twrn rumored outride that hla report bad been made d cons, quenoe of the fascination of Mr. Yancey. While be admitted that Mr. Yancey was the most fascinating man b? ever met, yet those who believed such influences j dictated his report, knew little of him as a man or Jof bis principles as a democrat. Mr Weight, of Massachusetts, raised a point of order that no motion bad ever been made to adopt Mr. Gitting?' report as an amendment. The Pnanmn decided the point of order not well taken, Baying that the report took the position of an amendment I ta the majority report. Mr. Wkjght, of Massachusetts, objected to the wltbI drmwai uf the flrst part of Mr. (sittings' report. Mr. (frmwue then asked consent to withdraw his whole report, which wna granted, thus bringing the minority report proper ttr't in order. Mr. Kara, of Mutsouri, on behalf of the majority of the committee, ask'-d leave to die a statement of the reasons for their conclusions Ui the report. Mr. Wmight, of Massachusetts, objected. Mr SuiJrr, of Minnesota, asked whether one objection could prevent the reading of this statement. Mr. KRr* "aid if permitted to file this statement he would waive tue right to speak in conclusion of the debate. Mr. Wright, of Massachusetts. still objected. When i lb.- gentleman from Missouri commerced a speech he I should relse a point of order, that then was no debate on j the ru porta yesterday, and th'-refore could b<> no right of 1 reply. I Mr. iT-*rb, of Missouri, railed attention to the remarks of M. **rs. I*biK:ps. of Pennsylvania, and Stevens, of Oregon. yesterday, which certainly made a debate od tho reports. The liwinm decided that the debate hod token place, and stave the fleer to Mr. Krum. Mr Kbi m tlun read a stateui *nt ?rt\in? hi.- reasons for the conclusion* of the majority of the Committee on Ore denlials. lie segued that the "occasion of the delegate* j did create vacjiucie*, aod the resolution adopted at the Charleston Couveutiou recogn!s??d such vacancies and called on tho Stale* to All them. Use minority of the Committee, while denying that vacancies exist, proceed to render their argument ahsurd by filling Utoee very vacancies. Ten Stale* Ihenotelvea had recognised vacancies by reappointing and rcoccrediting delegates to Baltimore. The credential* of the Mississippi delegate* bore on their five the fuel that they worn appointed on the 90th of May. and many were new names. The Alabama credeut lab of the old delegaUs bore on their fhoe the date of tbnr arjiomtmcnt. not to this Convention, but to Richmond, and lower down they were accredited to this Convention. They might have been appointed also to the Chicago Convention, bat what democrat would desire to admit men on such a roving < ommiwlon to a democratic convention. Umi statement proreedi-d to give similar reason* for the admission of the S>uie delegation from Louisiana, and a compromise of the delegations (W m the other Slates. Mr. llaoww, of Ncffth Carolina, rose to speak, bnt was called to order by a delegate from Minnesota, whs said there was C' ricbatcaMe n newt inn by lb re Uw Convention. The raanoaxT ruled debate not of ordar. Mr Stsv xnf, of Oregon, rose to a personal explanation. Mr. STraw. of Michigan. objected. The Ihutemm?The grntlrman from Michigan objecting, 1 be Chair must enforce the rules of order. Mr. Pnr\**!??I appeal to the genthwi from Michigan to withdraw his objections. Mr Pitart?No gentleman will go further than mynelf In grantirg personal favors, hut ths business of the Convention has already been delayed too long, and I cannot withdraw my objections. The Pmsroerr then stated that a call had been mule Ibr a division of the question. H? ruled, as the motion was to strike out and insert, It was Indtrtaable. Mr Jon* Gorwiuro, of New York, held that while a mo Ion to strike out and insert was lndtvtsahle, yet It only applied to a separate proposition to strike out one tndlrl able proposition and Insert another. This being a motion to substitute a series of proposition* Ibr another aeries, he held thst it wns dtrtsable. The PkMDRVT, while expressing some d?ubt, maintain ed his original decision Tin-qiastloii was thru put on the substitution of the whole of ihr minority report, in..!c by Mr. Sevens, of Oregon, f>?r Ih- r- port of tin- mqfortty. The vote wr? railed by States .iud ri >.iltod as follows:? .Wehs Way* Maine 2'y 51; New Hampshire If 41' t is as MasNiwhnsettB. .... 8 6 Rhode Island ? 4 Gmmvtirut S14 New York ? 3ft New .len?-y 4 3 Pennsylvania 17 lg Maryland ?vne not yotnig) 2)4 Yirxisls 14 I North Carolina 1 Art ansae X 1 Missouri ft 4 TVuneew-e 1ft 1 K< nturkr 10 3 Oli lo ? J Indiana ? 13 Illinois ? 11 Michigan ? It Wterrain in ? | lows ? 4 Mmm-ota. 1% 2)4 fVtifnrnkn 4 M Orapoti I ? fk< the mntma to nuhatitnt Mr. Stee-i*' minorIty re port for the majority waa Itwl IV rholr havmf reqoeelevl that IK) e*pr Wlra of up pla>.>' ehnald be ludnlged In, UM raoult waa announced In alienee Ihe vote then recurred on the adopt aw of the majority report The report waa then read, tr r.>'?owt;? Tom r?ii it or m Natnrttt nnnnuheOnitinm (An?live Committer <inon Cr?le?Ual? reapootfblly re port tb t prtor to the atmrnrnae: I of thin COor-nHno at Chart eion on the tit of May la?i. ihr following reaolutioa waa adopted .? Rewired. That whan ihle Omeenl'nn adjnunaa lo-dajr H ad tram to raaaaenvWe at leUlhnnre W on Monday, fhe l*th day ft June, and that II be reap" full* reen amended to the deaaeeradr party of the arraral Wat." to make pinilWua for anpplvtM ?" raraoetaa la their repeat!hi d?;e prloaa to tMa OnnarnUoo ? hea It ahail reaaeeaable. On Ibe reweemblln* of thbi Oo irerllon in Baltimore, the following regulation wan adopt*}-. ten lead. That the Ri raM? ntoFibe Oenreutlnn be t nharlxad to laane tMheta of adwlaal ia taaaw In thla frarrmfon to the ?aaiea frnw the Mataa of Arkana?< Tuva Klortda and t b pl. 10 which autea Uvere arr no -xvtewlnf deletatbnw. ad lha la thnar Halm, in wn Drlowa-e, (ieorwtn, Alabama aad U-ubdane, where there are onntratina dele-.tlrao, a Com i aniure on Cr imKb ahali be appointed br lha arearml dale pr"-? la report apon aahl htaien Ry the further order of the Craven! on, the cUtmaof all ottier m raona claiming aoale wire aim reforpvt to roar rvwmvillor Your eommittea th ie ieatrerW hare proceed ad to examine the ohiim* of ad peraona whir.; hare bean beaMftit bator* them Year twrnmliMW fonad that lha detaprati-waof the aerarnl Rtalna of Atabam i. M wtaalppl. Lonauu*. Trxaa aod Flo'la haf V w irbo ly en?at by rearna of the aroetwloti of Lb rat Ire original dalngaUotwirom the Cbnrrutlra. tin lelc:*tiweat the flmtea f utii. fttiannr and IV'anae had become vacant in pert ralv from the eaiaa twuae In oo other tult had there tveen aw? .nw mtoa. hot Indie it! M aeata were ton teaw-d in Mm dnppatHina from the oinLm of Mia i I mam I la nn> Mien net. I Aatrt. from the i.Srrre, no laaalK-v amlaaamf the aeata of detryatea wan bright to the m ine of yixtr (osmium After (wtu'iit awe tut taeoet Mint ion. year oom-iitiee am of opinion t! * wnmr hrrefoeflet named lu the raao time, which v b< r< pub 'ubmllt. oa nart of thia report, are aaeeemlly mtdtaa teaeavae Weai-r la Uiio Or fwilon. a?." Uiejr rttp? tudiy aotanai. I had Itny Pa an received b.'tbi Ire ; Knar rt>? n**e nf t>e?4a iw> er. ntut* nf viy dele IpMea W<. i prtaa-ntod tc poor rortm it % - HUtaa , of Mfoalaatppl and Trma tn? awt'tre" >? pM n ma appear. Klvm Alabama, lnot*'aua. ?* te,' i aad a harre there I aMHtare-1 oonl >tbi|| ete maoL' IW a'! IV rtenpLOmta tw the funr vole- Ui a l.trh l?ie Mate nf A bmiaaa m . a titled, lie' mm vitllne 'li b'.-atm i?r? aipl rm. The aantr rnptaMmt lie- re n iii ta| 'hapve f lea 1 b-c- p yr -in! by the -eneah n o? tbe . rlr'- d<*lt*nlrt. TV* a-vt" a ear all r adet-d aie eet i ndeetm' > t\ rtl "M Uf til i-'rwar, anil the otbrr t na>aa?( "f ihne |evr . ?>i< far ram mil' w? nf ia?tn a Ut.l all >." lb aivavti-etai.t ahnal.l b?> adiedled to ata ae dideral. a, with ?t> pmaroK wdlajr aahaer aflor leotar <d hi the reaulo (ton hermith; ptvt n ;bit iKbalf. Id Urn Ktflb OH)jyr.?ea??l Kn?*i,.ie <l? U )RK HERALD, SATURDAY appeared that B ? fUIH-t and another person were *P pointed ax delegates to thin (lonveution, And K S. ChaJfe> and another pcrnou ware appointed substitutes That Str. B-.leit, net being able to alt* ml at ChArMtee, noliflod Mr. (lit See of that fact, wbo tb' reupon proceeded to Charles ton. presented lux credentials, and wan duly admitted to his seat, which be continued to Oil at th* time of Lite ad juurcDtt'Di 01 thirf Convention to BaKIsnoru. At the retu-r-> aibiii>-of the Convention at Baltimore, Mr. iUllett ap|icarr<i, claimed the scat which had been awarded to Mr. (taflee. and recelving the eb'rancc ticket from the rhawamn of the Massachusetts delegation, actually took porecsnon of the seat. Your committee were of opinion that when Mr. Hallett had notified Mr. Chaffee that ha could not fulfil bis duty ax delects, ami Mr i"uaftje, repairing to Charleston, had been duly admitted to thla Convention, hm rights to bin ix-at became absolute, and not subject to be superseded at the pleasure of Mr. Ualk tt, and that Mr. Chalice is now the rightful delegate to this Convention. In the Hectoral district of Missouri the facts are precisely parallel to the above Massachusetts ease. The only oiflerencc is in terms, Johnson B. Clardy having been elected delegate, and John OTallen.Jr., having been elected alternate. Your committee, for reasons above stated, arc of opinion that Mr. O'Fbilaa Is now the rightful delegate. In regard to the contesting claimants from Georgia, your committee have to report that the evidence adduced before your committee by the respective parties presented a great variety of novel as well as compkized (bets and questions, touching tbe rights of either parties to seats. Your committee, In attempting to solve these dfaculties, encountered embarrassments on every band. After a most careful consideration of the whole matter, it seemed to yonr committee that the only way of reaching | a satisfactory adjustment is to admit to asata both delegai Hons, with power to each of said deMgalisai to cast oos baif of the volu of the State, in Um manner ei pressed in the resolution herewith submitted. This eolation mm eqnitobl* to yonr committee, end Uwrcfbrn they reoommend the adoption of said resolution. All of which is respect fully submitted. JOHN W. JLROM, Cheirmen. 1. Resolved, Thet Geo. H. Gordon,R Berkedele, W. W. Berry, H. C. Chamber*, Joseph R. Devi*, Beverly Metthews, (has. Clerk, Wm. L. Feetheraton, P. F. SI Kiel), C. 0. Arm is teed, Wm. F. A vent end T. J. Hudson ere entitled to seats in this Convention as delegates from the Plate of Mississippi. 2. Resolved, mat Pierre Poule, F. Coltinsa, R. C. WiekliBc. Michael Ryan, Mamie! White, Charles Brenveneae, GiMavea Leroy, J. F Morse, A. R. Herrou M. I>. Coimar, J- N. T. Richardson and J. L. Walker arc entitled to soats in this Coo vent ton as delegates from the State of Louisiana. r 3. Resolved, IMat R. W. Johnson, T. C. Hindman, J. P. Johnson leroy Carroll J. Gould and John A. Jordan be admitted to seals as delegates from the state of Arkansas with |iower to cast two votes, and that Thomas H Bradley. M. Hooper and D. C. Cross be aleo admitted to aratn as delegates from the same State, with power to cast one vote; and in ease either portion of said delegates shall refuse or negleet to take their seats, or to oast their said votes. the other portion of said delegates taking seats in this Convention, shall be entitled to cast the eulire three votes of said Plate. 4. Resolved, That Guy M Brian, F. R. Lubbock, F. S Stall dale, R Greer, H. R Runnels. Thns. P. Orholtre, M. W Covie, Wm H. Parsons, R. Ward, J. F Crneby, B. Burrowr and Van H. Manning are entitled to scots as delegates from Texas. 6. Resolved, That James A. Bayard and Wm 0 Wbite<y .ire entitled to seats from the county of New Castle, Delaware. 6. Resolved, That R. L. Chnflhe, who was duly admitted at Charleston as a delegate from the Fifth Congressional district of Massachusetts, instill entitled to an id sent In j this Convention, and that Rcnjamtn F. Hallctl, who has j assumed said seat, Is not entitled thereto. T. Resolved, That John O'Malloo, Jr., who was duly ad mittvd at Charleston as a delegate from the Kighth Con' gressional district of Missouri, is still entitled to said seat i in this Convention; and that John B. Clardy, who has as fumed said seat, is not entitled thereto. 8. Resolved, That R. A. Barker, D. C. Humphrey, John Forsyth, Wllllsm Garrett, J. J. Reivels, S. C. Posey, I I.. K. Parsons, Joseph C Brailiey, Thomas B Cooper, .lames Williams. O H Bviium. Samuel W. Wbeallov. I i v. B Martin' John W. Warrack, W R. R. Wyatt, Bob j t.iuun Harrison, Thomas M. Mathews and Norment Mcleod, are entitled to seats In this Convention as delegate* from the State of Alabama. 0 Resolved, That the delegation from the Mats of Georgia of which H. L. Benning Is chairman be admitted te the Convention, with power to cast one-half of the vole of said State; and that the delegation from said State of which Col. Cardner Is chairman be also admitted to the Convention, with power to cast one half of the vote of said State; and if either of east delegations refuse or neglect to cast the vote as above Indicated, that in such rase- the drier ate* present In the Convention be authorised to rsst the hill vote of sakl State. Mr. CnrsrH, of New York, and Mr. Joins, of Tannessee, called for a division of the question each proposition. The question wss first put on the first resolution of the m.\)erltj report, admitting the original delegates from Mississippi, which wss carried nearly unanimously, the only negative Totea being two from Pennsylvania and half a vote from Iowa. Half a rote from Massachusetts do clloed to rote. Chpt. Rrwmms, of New York?Mississippi leaving been admitted to seats, 1 move they be admitted at uoca. Cries of "Ho," "Ha," ami "Yse," "Yea." Capt Rnrnns?Well, I don't care whether yon call aye or nay, I make the motion. Mr. Coaaum, of Now Ygrfc, raised tbo point of order that the report vu not adopted until adopted aa a whole. The Pa??wi No aaottaa la btftn the Onawattaa, I be operation of tbo previous question preventing It. A nstaaav* Inquired whether the Chair would Issue tickets to admit the Mississippi delegates? The Pa?uasr replied that be was under the direct too of the OonveaUoo tn that respect. Mr. Pirav, of Michigan, objected to any business but the questions befbre the bouae. A rote was then taken on the second resolution of tbo majority report, admitting the Boule dolsgatae from Louisiana. The vote la precisely the reveree of that an the rejection of the minority report, except the following Hut**:?. Ma Aft* Jfaf*. Vermont 4t{ % New Jersey 2 k 4 Maryland 2* 5* Virginia 1 13 Vnrth (Carolina 3 8 Tenn.MHSj.. 2 10 Ho the second resolution waa adopted. The question was then Ukeu on the third resolutioo of the majority report, admitting Mr. Hiudmaa and hit colleague* from Arkansas, with power to cast two votes, and Mr. Hooper and his colleagues, the contestant*, with power to cast one vote, and providing that If either art of delegate* refuse to take their *eaU the other shall be en titled to cast the whole vote of the State. Mr. S*rt>mKT, of I Via ware, called for a division of thte resolution so an to take a vote on each proposition contained therein the 1'ueun.n decided the reardutton divisible Tlie qoesthui was then taken on the three several prspr lit b<n? >?>'lr*k on the aduilaston of the Hind man dele gel, ?.>?!,on the admission of the Hooper delegate*; and third, giving the power to one set to cast the whole rote of the Mate if the other set withdrew. All were adopted. A vide was iben taken an the Pmrtb resolution of the mak rity report, admitting the original delegation from the Mala of Teaaa. Adapted, only two sad half votes k) the uenative?two from Penaaylvaaia, sod a half from Oregon. a rni# ma* ni-vt taken on the flflh resolution. admit (in* Mew * llnjrartl *ii.1 Whitrlcr, of I?rlaw*rr. Tha rcaolu tion ?? adopted without * dtrwtnn. TV irth wolutton, fir in* K. L Chaflbe the a**t loth# M*.- ' * hunrtta drlt gallon contented bjr Benjamin V. RaUrtt. wh then adopted by ?yr- lit, n*jn lU)g. Mr. RrrAar, of Michigan, at thla point, made motion? to reconetder each vote bad and lay the mom oa the la Me, it being umlerrtood thai Ike motion* were not to be put ontt) rote* oa nil the propoailMM had been taken. IV nereath resolution of the in ferity, declaring Mr. O'rnllon entitled to the mat In the Mianroirl delegation, tlaimed by John B. Clary, wan then adopted?IMjtf aye*. Ittnaya. Mr Cm ana, of Pwaayleaata, mored to raonantdar the veto, and to lay that reaahittan oa the Uble Laid over IV eighth mentation, admitting the eeateatlag dele galea from Alabama, wan next adapted by Ittjg ayaa, mx ??r* Mr. Canma aaaeeit to mconatdwr the rote, and to lay that reaolatloa an the table Laid orar. IV qo*ett*a being no the a lath and loot reaotation of the majority report, admittlog both dele**tk*m from Georgia and dlrldlag the rot* of the ittotr between them, with thr prorteioa that If either ndiieo to take antta the remaining drlegate* ahall cart the wboi.. rote of the Stale, dlrlemn of the reaotultoa waa nailed far, aa aa to take a vote on each pmpoettlaa separately, and a long dlacamMoo Mbre the rote waa taken Mr Oajuwow, of Georgia, prrelated a letter from the national J mooratl* delegate* from Georgia, and aeked that It he read. Crim of' Head," Road," "No;" "No." Mr lb rmawoem, of New Tar*, objected Mr. CUm, of New York, loqetfaii If one ehjeetraa would pf ri-ot the reading* TV l-wonffVIt will In thl* rlage af the prnrmdlggg Mr. Cua< T?TV gentleman tnwa Binngm awn rtae to a area thai >g prlritrge and rend tlie ran The rawnrewau-Tv genal 'mat, from Georgia ean rtae to agneetlon of pel* liege, and the ffreir WIL' than decide whether he to M order The ml fit a dtriatoa of the rarofritlnn ww tVn with dr- wa and the mednttoa w.? / !, Ne t, t i ltd. New . Y?rl it'll :?g hi the to go lire. TV ahrlt iroyi-Me report war *<to)i">d, ?. opt the law , n wlntja a d11idtag tlm Stad>' "4 fi? ..r^i* hetaraar the mi 'i .1 iWrritt* end thr rTOUAUt-t*. wbltil wig tag. Mjf to Id New Verb riding no. JUNE 23, I860.?TRIPLE Mr Cornea. of S. * York, W>eh the floor Be said New York dekgatea have bad no opportunity I (o vote ? the um of Georgia, aa they deem Justice to Um democracy of that CUte requires. Comity ben: with an earoeet desire to bar oaooiie the dcRXcracy of the Cmoo, and act In a manor which will moet the appmbatioa of democrats all over the nation, New York de iris to move that the original delegation frem the Cute of Georgia be admitted to scale on this door. He called for the previous question. Mr. fowtan, of Georgia, raised a point of order, that I the motion in order is on tbe adoption of the rceolulkms already adopted as a whole. Tbe Fammmrr decided (bat the previous gumtioo who exec uted, and no vote on the adopthiq of the resolutions as a whole is necessary. g Mr. IUilstt, of Mssaaehosstls, rose to address tbe Oooventtsa. Mr. Prcaw, of Michigan, raised the point of order that Mr. Hallett was not a member uf the Oonvantkm. Mr. Hilijii A motion to reconsider the vote rejecting as was made by the gentleman from Michigan. The Families! rated that the reoohiUons already adopt d by the Convention wore under tbe operation of motion to reconsider and lay on tho table. The Chair could not know whether tbe Convention wcnW tay tho mot lee to reconsider on tho table. Ho did ant, therefore, censi kaa.h.iMMi j VWY1WB. Hr. Ckna (iM a point ef order that be had called for the previous quest>00, sod therefore bo Mad* ?M In ordw. The r hiibhi n ill 1 I1I1 il Mr. Ha mm appealed to Mr. Church to withdrew hia call for the previous question. Mr. Amy, of North Carolina, said?The author of the Cincinnati platform to rarely entitled to bo heard In this Convention. (Laughter and applause.) Mr. flu 1 on Mr, I have fought enough for New York to entitle me to this courtesy. The soldier of a hundred battles ought to retire with the bono re of war. Mr. Cosena, of Pennsylvania?I raised the point of order that the Congreee of the United States refused 10 copyright the Cincinnati platform, and, therefore, the gentleman is not entitled to consideration on that account. (laughter and applause.) Mr. Church not withdrawing his demand for the previous question, it was ordered, and the resolution admitting the Charleston delegate* from Georgia was adopted. Mr. Ham,rat, of Maasachusaciu, then took the floor. He moved to reconsider the ninth resolution. A number of poiuta of order were raised and a warm skirmish took place. Mr. gains, of Wisconsin, raised a point of order that Mr. Hallett had never been a delegate in the Convention. Mr. Chaffee was the delegate recognized and admitted to tho Charleston Convention, and Mr. Hallett to name does not appear on the record. Mr. Hallstt desired to speak to the point of order. Ho was a delegate regularly appointed, and being detained hy sickness of Ills family bad requested Mr. Chaffee, as his substitute, to attend He had prepared paper* for Ui tt purpose in Die sick chamber of his wife, without trouble to Mr. Chaffee, and probably without bis being able to understand them. Mr. 8itaiit and others called Mr. Hallett to order, and considerable confusion existed until the Chair awarded the Boor to Mr. llallett. Mr. Haujctt then addressed the Convention as follow*:? 1 shall detain the Convention very briefly with the very few words 1 have to say. and I will address them general ly. With reference u> tne consideration ?f thin resolution, I hope It will be reconsidered as one of the series In a progress <>t return of tide Cunventhm, to that slat of harmony and co operation which must bo brought about bore, or we seimrate with the certainty of detent m-vting ua as we pass from these doors to return to our !*udun. fir, the preamble of the Cincinnati platform says la the very first words, that the American democracy place their trust in the intelligence, patriotism and the discriminating Justice of the American people. Tliat Is the seutimeut with which we go before the country; that Is the principle upon which wo have carried successfully J?m > cratlc elections throughout this country in thirteen out of the fifteen Presidential elections which have happened since the election of Thomas Jeferuuu. The democratic flag lias waved triumphantly over the dome of the Capi tol In all but three out of fifteen, and then we were defeated only because we were divided. And how were those triumphs achieved? muy by the union of the Northern and Southern democracy. Never did you have a victory without the union of both, never will you achieve a victory without it. You are now on the eve of what 1 After having severed from yoar Convention eight Southern States, you are now on the very verge and about to consummate a blow by which yoa will send us the other sis or seven States; and then what ik this Convention f Nav. what is the democratic lartv of this nation? nay, in God's name, what Is the t'nton Itself? The last link that holds the North and I im> Ugsllni Is to be broken. Religious associations hare fallen to piece*, trust societies have bean severed .wars and distentions have dlsscmlualod themselves through the domestic, literary, political and religions circles, turtles have fallen to pieces and gone to destruction and ruin, and now the huh between the Northern and Bouth rn democracy b the only one that binds Hits Union to nether (loud applause ) If yon now strike the blow that is to sever that link, then God only knows what is to follow. Now, bow can you avert such a catastrophe as thai? Is It nothing to think off Yon young men that hear, 1 ara about to go out of the political contest. I 1 doubt if I shall feel any disposition to oome In again after Ileave this hall; but you, young men, are coming forward, and where is your heritage? This groat and glorious t'ntrm, this empire of democracy. Where is tbo wisdom of the Empire State that saved us in the re volution? What are you of the Empire butr now doing? Hi-siialing about the admission of this or that delegate with reference merely to opinion*, concerning Individual*, when the great question Is. shall yon have any Uulon to which yon can give a President? Shall you hare any democratic party to elect a PresPlout with? Why not, then, corns forward. young man, and sustain this inheritance, and tot it not be broken up. I ray to you. it Is no light matter. I say to yon, (he Impending crisis Is only the more awful because 1t is silent. It is hushed, It Is true, but It to upon us. You know, every houesl inau knows, that if a resolution of that character, which I desire now to be reconsidered, shall prevail in this Convention, you hare a dissevered Convention. The Mates that are standing knocking at > our dour wtll never corue in and pass under Um yoke. I Applause.) The delegates from the Mates that are here u III adhere to the democracy of the I'ntoti. but they will asKi adhere to their own States. The will never sit here to disgrace their brethren of the Mates outside. (Ap disuse ) Then what muat yon do? Make a nomination which if tendered to any man Is but ruin to that ama and the party? 1 stand bare nparsaanl friend to that man sixer friends arc Ihta day about to isnrliii htm, as I vtow it? (laughter)?and I would sooner see htm elevated to the Presidency than any other man In the nation, If It could be done siUi the unanimity of lh.? (.'ouwuliun. But other men say. there shall lie this man or nothing,or that man or nothing. Where Is your discriminating Justice which you apply to the adjustment of this great qnestiouf Mr. President, 1 can make no Ihrtbir appeal upon this wxne. 1 desire to leave behind me no word of bitterness, no MiiU-nce of unk indues* I Dress theaa warnings unon Uih coormuoo with do feeling agnlaat any member at It. 1 "ball carry wlUi nan, above &, the love of my < "Ufttry. ncit to it, lb* low of the I'd Ma: tol Ion, as tli? pillar of that I'nloa, Ik* low of the unltol democracy, North and South. Mr. flnuar, of Michigan, amt to lay the rota la luiaalta on tha table. Mr. Oaonuaa morad that whan tha OoarentMa adjourn It ha uatU serca o'clock. A rota by gutaa wao damaainl oa Mr. Cbchraae's motMo fbr recant, and It wao Mat?MM a yea, las aaya. Mr. Cam*a called for tha eomidarattaa at tha mottaaa to raoooaidar tha aararal propoaiiioas adopt ad, aad to lay Ihoaa motions oa tha labia. Mr. VairoaroBii. of Marylaad. morad that when the Cos raatloa a4>oum it ba Mat Ait. Declared oat of order The quart loo waa then put, lr?t on the mot loo to lay 00 tha table Um mot Ma to raoooaidar tha rota by which tha mtaorlly report of Mr. Staraag. of Oragaa, waa rnjnnlart. and tha Caaraatloa ndhail ta lay tha motion of rareasI deration oa tha labia, by a rotaof 1UM to U>K? Now Tort rot tag "No" amidst maat latoaao esctta"kr Oocmtan thaa rapidly pat Um mot Ma tor a rooms UU mora 0'cloak, which waa carried amtdet theooaatoraatkw of tha North a ml am maa aad tha rwrlrlag bopea of thatath. ^ mmuoH The Oaareatloa namimbtad at aaraa o'clock, with crow dad lalliSBi Mack lalsrsst was excited by tha I p?'" eadlH?. aad heightened by tha paaralaaoa af a report that Mr. Daogtaa had telegraphed la withdraw his I asms, which waa kaewn ooly by a bw. da aoaa as tha CoaraaUna waa oaliad to order quite a Obngraaaloaal stmagle tor tha taar took pkwe, Masai s. | flBnhbory, of Data war 1; Omnia, of Prmasylracia, and I Onrsma, of Mlfiamrda, all rtetag almaltssaiissly. Ihs floor wis (trsh to Mr. linsmT, who osrroctod I tha rata of DiMiissa as reported la tha evening paper* Tbay were 11 pnstw tad as voting tor tha aim I w km of the Houle dolepatea free hoolalaaa They did not no rote, hat rated tor tha edmtaeMa af the original delegates. Mr. (Mau aast obtained the floor, and mured the pre' rtoue qneetloa on tha motion pending, which waa to re ' ateKbr tha rota by which Um Omvaotloa nguded tha minority report af Mr. flh noa, af (togrot. TV fanren 1Mb ordered the previous qomhtoa. Pie motMn to reconsider the rota re li en lust, by tyre lit. nays 14b? New Turk rot tog in lb* negative, , am I'l*t applause TV awl km* k> rronnrider I be re rural rranlatkm* 1 dopted a? Um moram# scan m wen- llwu kid 00 IV Ulit" In their order. Mr (Terra moved m pmeceq tn haiku for car; lidaUN tor FrsnnJ. id aad Tire Prwidrni of thu t inted -h?rr?, and iW thai us'lad the prrr mue guertina. 4 SHEET. Ms R' MM-ll, of Virginia; MUarbory, <* Msrvlani, tnd McBrary, of i'eonay Ivanui, roue u the mmmc waxMr McHknh* bwv- 'I Ui adjourn |'? mi Mr. ?ji.MW*r made the wane notion. IbtTf war much excitement. Mr. Sit akt, of Michigan?I ruin? the point of order, that tlx- motion i.ow b.' entertained. Tlx* I kkwiikvt?'The uiutiou to adjourn (Mm M* iR in order New York and ceTeral other Sutra called for votra by Sutra. The motion to adjourn Hma du wan withdrawn. Mr. Morm. of Virginia, auked u the Choir would now iwu> tn-kxw t? thoee delegate* admitted by ibo action of ; UM-Cauvxktloo. The i'maoourr oblouik?1 that he wna about to give orb direction* to th- Sergeant-at-Arroe. MASH or OP THB COWVBWTION? VWQIRLA ULvDrt THK BOLTKM. Mr. Rowsu., of Virginia, then took the floor. Hin time bod now arrived when it became hi* duly? Mr. Gobka>, of Minnceota, wore amidst the excitement. Be ratted the point of order that the previous question had been called, and the quest too on seconding it must be put before ether debate. Mr. Bunt considered what be bad to sny as a matter of privilege under the action of the Convention an questions wising out of the report of the Oommittee on Credentials. The action had become Anal, complete, irradieable; and it became adultery un the part of the minority ef the delegate from Virginia to inform the Convention that it waa not consistent with their sense of duty to their constRnents to participate longer in these deliberations. (Applause, which was checked by the Chair.) A Vesew Oh, let them sheer treachery sad disunion to their hearts content. The excitement and confusion was with diAcuity cheeked by the Chair. Mr. Hcwwu. continued?They bad taken this stop after mature deliberation, and after exhausting all Uouorabte efforts to obviate 'U necessity in addition to tbo foots which app.*r on thu record, be desired to state that the delegate* to whom were just ordered tickets to be issued, some of thfin at least would not Join tu Uw deliberations of the Got! veulKUi. lot the rest the reamiuM tUsl mduoes them to take this important step would bo rendered to their constituents and they ouly bad to bid the Convention a respectful adieu. Twenty four delegates from Virginia then withdrew from the Convention leaving six remaining. Mr. Mossatv, of Va.,staled the reason why he did not withdraw from the Convention. He was appointed at a district convention, to which be owes allegiance. They el.ctou him to conn1 here?not to go elsewhere. Ho was eh-etwi u> the National Democratic Convention and no other. Ho was otoetod to represent hie constituents la the Convention, but not to withdraw from it; to carry out the wishes or a people who are ?.?o?[ ,t,,t ^ootkiaal to promote the interests of the Union?not risk tu disseverance. (Applause.) WITHDRAWAL OF NORTH CAROLINA. Mr. Mofikil wan called to order, and yielded the door. Mr. 1*am>kh, of North Carolina, announced that tho majority of the North Carolina delegates, on account of what they conceived to be an outrage per|ietrated on the people of the South, would withdraw from the Convention. Northern democrats had heretofore given (air play to the South, but they did so no longer. He therefore announced that eight of the delegates would retire. WITHDRAWAL OF TKNNH8B. Mr. Ew?ti, of Tennessee, said the delegates from that State had exhibited In the Convention, ss far as possible, every disposition k> harmonize the labors of the Convention, and bring them to a happy result. They were the first to propose resolutions to harmonise tho platform. They had a candidate dear to them, and had cast him sway to harmedsr the Convention. As a man the delegation now asked leave to retire temporarily for consultation as to what their future action should be. WITHDRAWAL OF KENTUCKY. Mr. Caldwzu.. of Kentucky, on the part of a portion of the delegation from that State desired to s>*y that circumstances have arisen which make It doubtful In the miuds or the delegation whether they can consent to continue with this body. They had come here to nominate s candidate arnrntahle to all the Union - and Ihla uhmmI now to be doubtful, in view of the process of disintegration which had been goinggou. They fdld^ot "wish to retire from the Convention on any technical grounds, but did not wish to participate in making nomination of a candidate not acceptable to all parts of the Union. They were not yet prepared to withdraw from ibe Convention, but aaked leave to retire tbr oousultation. Leave was granted. At this point the Sou In delegation, from Louisiana, entered the hall, amidst applause, and took seats. WITHDRAWAL Or MARYLAND. Mr. Joevom, of Maryland, an thn part of six delegates from Maryland, desired to aay they could no longer act with a Convention that preferred n man to principles. (Loud cries of "order.") States had been disfranchised by the adoption of the unit rale until it becomes inconsistent with ben or to rwnsiti Cherishing with warm remembrances the good deeds the democracy had formerly done for the South, they bid them fhreweU with regret. Mr. Glass, of Virginia, had not agreed with his col leagues in their secession, but desired, nevertheless, to decline further action with the Convection, without joining any seceding parly. Mr. Waixxs, of Tennessee, was a member of the Haiti more Convention twenty years ago. Since that time be bad voted for every democratic candidate for President and every democratic candidate for his bailiwick. He should be the last to leave the skip, and having voted for twenty years, be announced to this rvawentlcn flam* if Km litrmf till (Ka nevt Wnutiinnitnl nliw. tton be should rote for Um nominee at this Oocrecttoo. (Loud applauee ) Ho ?m proud w> find by hla aids auajr delrgatee Aran Than mom actuated by lb* mm foal tag. There an amay gatent hearts ban tram teotetooC Jastena. wtewthm la Odr pill " iMum to the act ton at the Suae Ooareottoo at Tuoneence, which, laboring for hour* to adopt a platform to harmonise all part* of the country, had inert reeolutioua niT-'^g Oorernor Johnma ?a their Aral choice for Proetd?i?t, but pledging the 8Ule to (ire lie hearty auppnrt to the aomtaec of the party, whether he oomea from the North or South, prwrided he can eordtally ithm the Cincinnati platform. Be ted no foara that thh ODoreaUoa will nominate a candidate who ceaoot aa dates Ctacieaeti platform. He p? weeded to eital the Northeni democracy for their fidelity to the Caloa, and to the whole ooaatry, and to declare be would nerer endeavor to arowd oa them a weight to cruah theta. The Tmaeaeee delegaUea ted not yet formally withdrawn from the OeartaUoa, and be hoped better counerl would pre rail. Mr. Jeem, of TteMsaeo, followed, etergtag that while the South ted originally pretended to boh oa the platform, they ted no eooner gone oat than they ihnl to unite oa the nomiaatleo, pr or toad one man waa not aominated. Bo it waa ao fight for principle, hut a proueripttr* Bght agataet aa tadiridaal. Be boaaUd, m tteoeunaof hi* remark*, that te.ted been a democrat from the fume he drew milk from hla mother*a breaal. (I aaghter.) Ha ahould nerer deaert the demooreUc party. wrramuvAL or CAuromnA. A. fonts, of California, took the Boor. While ha eoak not nay hi* democracy dated teak to a time ef whloh hi the oaaopy or Hearea. Chlifbrala atood bare with a kM In* heart KtiM Uw downfall of Um I?nam la part y (Load laughter ) Ten, ho ?ay?tod the dowafhB at Um deaaocratk- party, ft* H had haaa stabbed by aa aaaasah oew grinning oa Uila floor. Load crleo of "Order," and ?ach sxcttsaaaat, darta| which Mr. talth ooatlaaed ataadlag oa a aettoa, draw which ha waa speaking Severn! delegates rose la dlflbreat parta ot the hall, a? Mr. fhalth, with hie arma faldnd, stood aarraylafl than ad sneering coateaiptuoaaly. After much confhataa Uw faanaw atatad that the re marks of the gedheman ware oaly aiade by indulgence o( the Ooaventtca, aad the Ghair haped he woald prooeed la order. Mr. am. Whoa oOeaee waa reetored, aald It waa the moat estraordiaary thins peaalble that every delegate should nedartake to dictate to him how he should peak. He should express hlaaaelf as hr thought proper, aad while he waa ao braggadocio, he desired to say la ail acrtaasarse that aay ptna who might object to what he should aay, knew well hta remedy. He did aot know what waa the aaeaf langaa? -. if u waa act aaed plain ly, unless H should be only as some writer had edptHU d It, to oonoml what a person ta-aas. far himaelf. he was la the habd of using It to aayraaa hie Ideas. If he spoke of the company In tt>4 boxes he ahouM rail Utem the fcir mix. If he spoke of the g?a lamt* ho should cnll tltem by ibelr natom. He was accueantned 10 use language such ea be thought .vppi npilafls te Uw IMng be s|>nke of. This Qjarentloa had properly Urea held la a theatre, aud the "CVxoandy of Plrou." In the per (in maiM-e of which It bed haaa aa. gaged, would rad with a tragedy of Movd. Thuactlsaad thk irt- f lar 0>rw lien?. (TVrwtv laughter.) Ho J id ImguUr Oni ventK.L beenuse >v?ry resohilisa that I ad bwn curru <1, hurt heeu carried bp b rule whish ens r 1L0 |!iiu?iri had confessed w turn wed * ti Ick. Criee of "Order.'' # MiRmu*. of Rhode i.i?m riwo to a po.ut of order. The gentleman who ?m ..penk in#, by the indulgence of the Convention, bad do right to indulge in otfeMive remark*. ( Mr. Mkvrih, of Illinois, deal red to know the name aC the t> legate front Eliuuis, Uganda whom the Uarge had. been mode by the delegate from (VlUbmla. Mr. S*ttu?We shall ct at that In time. Mr Mrkrun?I demand to know hie name now. There waj great excitement and ooafuvjon, durii.-r which Mr. Smith endeavored to "i-wk. He kept the ftoor, hoe>-vr, and grew more offensive in manner as the Convent K>n refused to hear Lim. The l'MJ-tDEvr after rapping for order, requested Mr. * Smith to proceed in order. Mr. Punum**. of Missouri.?If the President of the Con- ? v.-otion will not protect us from the Insult of Utlt delegate, I de? ire that he shall not prevent at from | him to account ourselves. (Ionrt app'ause.) ' Mr. Mouqck. of Missouri, appealed to all parties to remember that tbey were in a national Convention aad ut the presence of ladles. He hoped all would preserve order and decorum In debate. (Applause.) Mb Mr. Mbuiick?The gentleman from California baa mads a charge of a personal character against the whole Me' , anon from the State of Illinois. 1 desire be should aamo / the Individual delegate be alludes to, In order that ha : may make the responsibility on himself. I Mr. Mm* *tt> Qjpted to speak, but was interrupted by I loud crlee of "Order." Mr. 8a*CBU!, of Iowa, hoped the gcntb man wmM W permitted to proceed in order. Mr. A. Mm*?I Intend to be beard. I must say that the Convention is acting like a sick child who shown great ; reluctance to take phyoto. He repeated that the ronohition known as the nnit rule, which had been adopted in the Convention, had bwu designated to him by an Dllnoid delegate as no intentional destgued trick and fraud upon the Convention. ' Loud cries of " Order," and moch indignant eacitemcat. The rusinEvr called Mr. Smith to order. The worda bw was speaking were out of order, and tUould not ha aaed wbca the indulgence of the Convention waa extended to the speaker as a courtesy. Another point of erder was, that the gentleman's allotted tune had expired. Mr. A. Smith?But 1 have boeu interrupted, and I will not allow that to he deducted (Yum my time. The Par.ndl.vr?The Chair lias kept the time fhttMhlly, and has allotted Ave minute tor the interruption. A. Smith ?Then I claim teu minutea now-Mr. Chairman. 1 mean to have my twenty minutcVaa honest twenty minutes. The PnaeiD.k.YT.?The gentleman will take his seat. . loud cries of "Order, "order." "Down," "down." After some umo Mr. Smith desisted and left the Con- . vent ion. "" niHAWil, OF OKBUUN. Mr. Pimw, of Oregou, in appropriate remarks, an* nounced the withurawal of the delegation of Oregon from Uw Convention. Mr. Movrrrr, of Virginia, took tbo Hour and spoks earnestly against secession. The delegates from Virgin in were pledged to the support of the nominee of the democratic party, and a very large majority of his const! toeata would stand by the national democratic party, whoever might doubt It. The South would never follow a black republican President and a sect ion allsed democracy. Ho continued to argue forcibly la fhvor of remaining by tbo national democratic organisation until be waa taken Bud- . denly ID, sad compelled to yield the door. Mr. Roar, of Pennsylvania, moved to adjourn. Loot, ( MX ?o ?0 K. Mr. Ossxi called for a vote on the previous question on his motion to proceed to a ballot. > Mr. Cubs, of Miseouri, hoped that consent would be given to adjourn after the Convention bad ordered the previous question, in order that the Missouri delegation might have leave to consult on the present condition of aflhin. His own mind was made up, bat at the request of others of the delegation he desired that this be doao. Mr. Qnwu bad no objection to such a conns hisasclf, but could not say what the wishes of the Convention might be. Mr. Qun, of Missouri, was anxious that the pwpos)-* 1 tloo of bis colleague Hhookl b? carried; but In order that eren for one nl(rht the poo it km of one delegate at ? should not be misunderstood, he desired to say that while he was ready to follow hia colleague almost any where, he was not ready to follow any oue out pf a Democratic Convention of the democratic party. Mr. Clam, of Miaaouri?Tina remark may place me in a fhlae paaition. 1 have said my own mind is flxod. 1 KhaU never leave this body. (Loud applause. TOgtnia Inquired If alteraatee who bad not aecaded were entitled to fill scats deserted by principals f Cries of "Yes," "Yes." Mr. Gacunu, of Georgia, took the floor, sad repeatedhis speech in Qtvor of the slave trade delivered |aM fliailintnii Mr. WnmsT, of Massachusetts, stated that aosae Mseaachusetts delegates desired to retiro for cousultatioe. (Laghter ) Mr. Stcunrxr, of Delaware, said, while Delaware would not leave the Convention, thuy would at present refrain (Tom voting, reserving to themselves the right Is do so at any lime. Mr. Sms, of North Carolina, mads a strong speech against secern ma. Mr. Ewmo, from the majority of the IbaneaKee delegation, announced that nineteen delegates would retire, and Ave remain. Mr. of Missouri, amde an eloqoent speech la fever of Dsugias, asm advocated his claims as a national dimocrat and gallant lander. With him at the head of ? their ticket be had no fear of the result. I The Convection then ordered the previous i|u--etioa, aud I adjourned till ten la marrow. 1 Mr. Douglas has telegraphed here to modify tbepUt\ 1 form, and if new wary, to withdraw hia aieae. A 1 There M much excitement. 1 1 Quite a number of tali graphic despatch -a have be B | sent to Mr. Doagtaa from frieuds le re, exhorting bun m l' to embarrass their action, brt to leave himself in hands of his friends. There is apanking on Miissmuut Square to night, L very llttl# oatbantaam. _______ THE RICHMOND CONVENTION. I K Rimuoeo, Va , June 22,1 & The aaeadert met to-day, and adjourned antil hM row. Tbey state authoritatively that it la derided l? their Intention to adjourn to Baltimore All Uk- deij# here are emphatically against it. r City Imtetll femes. *' i DawcATtou ?The new house of worship ef the W Ingtcn Avenue Baptist charrh, corner of Washing let. 9 GaUs avenues, Brooklyn, will be dediaaled ml V the iMthtnst. Sermon by the posh r, Kev. C. W.fe.f at hug past ten A. M.: by the Kev. Jan. L. Hodpa, 1 at lialf past thr.w P. 11., and by the Bev. Dr. Infer op I n quarter before eight P. M. Tha truasem will ha Si Mthaot on Monday and Wednesday evenings to reiu smugs ScwniT Cam on im Manum Ruunun to Fan?With a rtow to mi?iHate per? TWH Ceatral I'M* o* Fumlar., train wIU ?I by itoo n?T Par-day, Iron Forty-aooowd *tr~.*T Mtt lrd WW), erery twrwty or thirty minute* ? morula*, nd reery ten or flfleen niMtn Mww f Mi Mht P. M A plot Hon* W taid at >W*?aty-flr*t I Y' by wbuh poioicnfliTi, particularly .odka md ehUdrm V got la and out of the car* with mm ud Mfety. Tht rare <? the Fourth avenue run oeury two or ttao note*, rnaoeotiaf with lb* tnloa. m Fmt at Ltit Fonmaw Binm ?ffeortly W# o'clock y<*t?*rdaj morn in* a tro broke M la tba ? f pied dwelling houM No. Tt But Fortieth ?. 1 f men were epeedUy at the premi*-, *AmUaf\*1 flame* before they exteoded berowd tho ?? ?f 1 learn from th* Fire Marohal, who wafloarjybty | In*, that bcyood a doubt tho pi llo* *1*^1 , ! lyArrd?the Are harmf o??dllotti. ml ; tween the froot bnormeat aadiwe an*"""*- w I* builly et.|tawed with th*gMo*****)?*'.? i TEd?*.J^lJ&iF^hoa. , k quiat * CoA 1 I * -1W ftflb OommiMtor ert *f | A i gurra I I - wi..; "! ?*? 1 I :wte. r tmortooraV oil J-nalty Of ***T . r\.l*hr<ink Wnethlk 3 M FtWIMiW rtMe' IbraiNMlli? other iowm [ZZ? ? the rtyor.we a w"!a ?tha<eaetera part of the Hate, ao LHohheid "" 'hB o^rlV*.T.Iy ? ?r>^'0? irvt Klerk raWtaf Mtf. J' riii* Ur M*f there, a elnsle fhet will euffloo. Mr* ^ ibial fnot! ofwai ejmuoe I'umt. drove a pale of ratil* one U the MimalK UrlMaj.ii?hl nough) | Lrr ?h r v.fte llnd iwetnrayo; ' " ?'"*??? I _,.i , h< t.|i *e*l li?J he r.athodOalebrm* tee* ,h. ,i. . UK and compelled their imiardi. I MO ret .;u to haat Vanlaor

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