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t the rules of the Convention of 1850 be adopted, and that 200 copies thereof be printed for the use of this body. On motion of Mr. Montague, the resolution was amended by inserting "so far as they are applicable," and passed. Place of meeting. Mr. Speed offered the following: Resolved. That a committee of five be appointed, with instructions to ascertain whether some arrangement can be made by the House of Delegates by which they can so adjust their sessions as that their Hall can be occupied by the Convention during a portion of the day. The objection to the present hall, as stated by Mr. Speed, was the difficulty of a member in making himself heard or hearing others. Mr. Morton offered the following as a substitute. Resolved, That a committee be appointed to see if a more suitable place can be procured for the meetings of this Convention. Mr. Speed was willing to modify his resolution so as to instruct the committee, in case of a failure to m