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e forts in the State, and on the Federal capital, and (Mr. Stuart concurring) he offered the following substitute: Whereas. It has been extensively reported through the public prints in different parts of the Union, that certain rash and ill-advised citizens of Virginia meditate, if they have not already set on foot, a conspiracy to seize the fortifications and other property of the United States within the limits of Virginia, and to invade the District of Columbia, on or before the 4th of March next, and by violence and force of arms to take possession of the public buildings and other property of the United States within said District for the purposes of obstructing the operations of the Federal Government: Be it therefore. Resolved, That in the opinion of the General Assembly there is no just ground for believing that any such attacks are meditated by the citizens of Virginia, and that, therefore, all preparations intended to resist the same are unnecessary so far as this