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The Convention was called to order at the mal hour, prayer being offered by Rev. Mr. doddridge of the Episcopal Church. Mr. Chambliss submitted a resolution, which as ordered to be printed, in reference to the Ferry machinery. Mr. James Barbour, chairman of the Commission, on Confederate Relations, presented a , which was ordered to be printed. Mr. Bouldin submitted an ordinance prescribing the mode of electing a President and Vice-President of the Confederate States. Mr. BaMr. Barbour also submitted a petition of Messrs. Blacklock, Dent & Co., of Alexandria which was referred to the Committee of Finance. On motion of Mr. Scott, the ordinance providing for the re-apportionment of the Confessional Districts was recommitted. On motion of Mr. Conrad. the Convention went into secret session. After half an hour's session, the doors were again opened. Several ordinances were then submitted, and appropriately referred, when the hour of adjournment arrived.
etween Strasburg and Winchester, that the Winchester and Potomac Railroad be empowered to do so. Mr. Tredway moved the consideration of an ordinance in relation to disloyal or suspicious persons. An ordinance in regard to traitors and their property was next taken up. It was opposed by Mr. Woods, on the ground of its being too broad. An ordinance involving certain modifications in our laws for the redress of Injuries and the recovery of debts, was laid on the table. Mr. James Barbour then stated that there were questions relating to some forty millions of dollars, which we had transferred to the Confederate Government, which should be taken up, so that we may have an equitable settlement after the war. Mr. Alfred M. Barbour, of Jefferson, proposed to strike out the word "arms," in the third line in the first resolution. Mr. B. said that nearly five thousand arms were captured at Harper's Ferry. These arms had been issued to our own regiments. He understood