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aise certain action of the Governor of the Commonwealth, which in fact he condemned. Resolution of instruction. Mr. Hall, of Wetzel, offered the following resolution for reference to the Committee on Federal Relations. Resolved. That thive them time to act on the same, this Convention will adjourn, to meet again on the first Monday in October, 1861. Mr. Hall said he took it for granted that the Committee was unanimous in the opinion that amendments to the Constitution were necuss the subject further, he would ask the usual courtesy, and therefore renewed the motion that the Committee rise. Mr. Hall, of Marion, said he would be glad to see the courtesy extended to the gentleman from Albemarle; but time was valuable, aconsideration of the resolutions of the gentleman from Monongahela, and thus no time would be lost. On this ground, Mr. Hall withdrew his objection to the motion. After some further remarks by Messrs. Scott of Fauquier, Early and Branch, th
The Convention. A resolution offered yesterday, by Mr. Hall, of Wetzel, requesting the Committee on Federal Relations to report the Constitution of the Confederate States of the South as Virginia's ultimatum, was laid upon the table.--A supplemental report from the Committee on Federal Relations was submitted by Mr. Conrad, the Chairman. It embodies proposed amendments to the Federal Constitution, in some respects similar to the propositions emanating from the Peace Conference, but changed in essential particulars. The report, which was referred to the Committee of the Whole, will be found in the regular proceedings. A resolution to hold night sessions was voted down by a large majority.-- Mr. Branch presented the Petersburg secession resolutions, and expressed his readiness to "bow to the will of his constituents." The subject of taxation was considered, and Messrs. Woods and Haymond made speeches in favor of equality. Mr. Randolph finished his able argument on the Committee