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passing Mr. Holcombe's first resolution. as the hour was close at hand for going into Committee of the Whole. A division of the question was called for. Mr. Baldwin, of Augusta, was opposed to going into secret session, on the ground that the Convention had not yet sufficient information to take the measures necessary to beld be unanimity. The effect of this proposition would be that members would have an opportunity for a free comparison of views. He appealed to Messrs. Scott and Baldwin to withdraw their objections. Mr. Macfarland, of Richmond, opposed the motion to go into secret session. It would be an innovation upon the established usagty of the blunders therein contained. At present he was opposed to a secret session. He moved the Convention now adjoin. Voted down by a large majority. Mr. Baldwin still urged his objections to the motion for a secret session at this time. He wanted information officially, and was opposed to important action upon the basi