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stated that the first business in order was the consideration of the resolutions of Mr. Moore, of Rockbridge, and that Mr. Goode, of Mecklenburg, was entitled to the floor. The State Constitution. Mr. Turner, of Jackson, (Mr. Goode having gMr. Goode having given way,) offered the following resolutions, which, on his motion, were laid upon the table. Resolved. That it is expedient and proper that the 23d section of the 4th article of the Constitution of the State shall be so modified that slaves, lnvention then proceeded to the consideration of the resolutions offered some days ago by Mr. Moore, of Rockbridge. Mr. Goode, of Mecklenburg, being entitled to the floor, resumed his remarks. While speeches had been made calculated to inflame ould say to the North, in the language of Macbeth to Banquo, "Thou canst not say I did it." Federal Relations. Mr. Goode, of Bedford, said his spirits were weighed down by the consideration that before the Convention of Virginia assembled o
The Convention. A resolution was offered in the Convention on Saturday, to amend the Constitution so as to tax slaves without exemption, according to value; and one was adopted referring the contract for printing the debates to a select committee. Mr. Goode, of Mecklenburg, delivered an address on the subject of the resolutions offered a few days ago by Mr. Moore, of Rockbridge. He advocated Southern rights to their legitimate extent. Sundry resolutions relating to Federal Relations were referred to the Committee on that subject.