Jeiíerson City, Feb 24. Governor Gamble sent to the House to-duy a communication accoroptmying csrtain resolutious reeently adopted y the Leginlalure uf Delaware, iskiug Missouri to send delegates to a uational eanventiou for the purpose of effecting an armistice, &c. The Governor's message denounccd the resolntions, and recómmended thoy bo passed ovev in silenee. - A spirited disuussion ensued, and the resolutions reoeived a most uumeroiful h.aodÜDg frota the members. I tions were offered that we neither consent nor Bubioit to peace without the entire submissiou of the traitors, nor to any armistioe without subjngution, uor to any interferenoe by foreigü Pjwers, also thauking Gov. (Jamblo for the loyal and patriotio views expressed in his mussage, approving of the aet of Colonel Gilbert in dispersing the reeent rebel couvention in Kentucky. The resolutions were finally pusaod over iuformully.