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Virginia State Convention.Seventeenth day. Tuesday, March 5, 1861. The Convention was called to order at the usual hour. Prayer by the Rev. C. H. Read, of the 2d Presbyterian Church. Explanation. Mr.Mallory, of Brunswick, desired to explain the intent of his resolution, offered yesterday, having reference to a Convention of the Border States. In offering it, he had no ambition to gratify, and no expectation of winning laurels; but his position here required that he should explain it. He was sent here as a Union man, and he wished that the Union might have been preserved forever; but his constituents desired him to make no dishonorable sacrifices after the last effort had failed. The Peace Conference had failed to accomplish its purpose, and now he thought Virginia ought to take some action; hence he had proposed a resolution for a Conference among the Border States. He was opposed to the idea of a Central Confederacy, and if the question were presented to him
he child was between the wheels when it was picked up by Toppin. The horse was going pretty rapid. Haberstraw commenced whipping the horse about ten steps past the corner of Broad and 17th streets, pulling the reins, &c. The animal appeared to fret under the lashing. Henry Haberstraw, (the lad in the wagon,) testified that another wagon was before that of his father — about fifteen yards in front.--The dust flew up so that he could not see the child. Did not go fast — was walking a little — no body was whipping the horse. Witness had a whip in his hand. The Mayor said there was a conflict in the testimony, but that he should have to remand Haberstraw. It was out of his power to discharge him, the case being one of manslaughter. He would bail the accused in $500, for his appearance for examination before the Hustings Court, on the 2d Monday in the present month. George Lintz living near the Armory, entered himself as bondsman, and defendant was released from cust