Peace Conference to the consideration of the States of this Confederacy, with a view of having the amendments proposed in said report adopted, as part of the Constitution of the United States.
To consideration of the fact that many members were absent, the resolution was, on motion of Mr. Brown, laid on the table.
The National difficulties.
Mr. Chambliss, of Greensville, (by leave,) offered a series of resolutions, prefaced by a lengthy preamble written by that enlightened Hon. Judge Allen, and by him presented to a meeting in Botetourt county, Va. Mr. Chamber adds to the preamble the following:
And the Conference, lately held in Washington city, having failed to accomplish, to the satisfaction of this Convention, the objects of its mission, therefore this Convention declares--
That the compromise agreed upon by the majority of the Conference at Washington, fails to give assurance of that equitable, satisfactory, post and final settlement of the slaver