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and that he would find himself solitary and alone. He would vote to lay the resolutions on the table, for he believed their consideration now would embarrass the primary question which the Convention was called to consider. Mr. Woods, of Barbour, said he had hoped there would have been magnanimity enough among Eastern gentlemen to have proposed a plan for equalizing the taxes, without waiting for it to come from the West. He regretted the latitude that the debate had taken, and that th going into Committee of the Whole for the purpose of considering the report of the Committee on Federal Relations. Mr. Doeman, of Rockbridge, moved that the execution of the order of the day be postponed in order to give the gentleman from Barbour an opportunity of finishing his remarks; but directly withdrew the motion. The Maryland Commissioners. The President.--Before going into committee, I beg leave to lay before the Convention a communication from Hon. Wm. Mitchell and other