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eats in the Convention, under the direction of the President. Committee of Elections Mr. Haymond offered the following: Resolved, That the President appoint a Committee of Elections, cform to the rules of the House of Delegates, adopted on the first day of the Convention. Mr. Haymond declined to adopt the suggestion. Mr. Dorman had foreseen the difficulties that would aruntil the Convention reconsidered the vote adopting the rules of the House of Delegates. Mr. Haymond had no objection to adopting the rules of the Convention of 1850; but the course proposed by re withdrawn, and the one he offered yesterday adopted, it would obviate all difficulty. Mr. Haymond declined to withdraw his resolution, which was then put to vote and adopted. The Presideott, of the Richmond Whig, and no other person being named, he was elected. On motion of Mr. Haymond, the pay was fixed at the same rate of the Printer for the House of Delegates. Accommoda
, of S., of refunding to David Kipps taxes erroneously paid; by Mr. Duckwall, of so changing the present law prescribing punishment for petit larceny, as to authorize Courts and juries to sentence such convicts to labor on the public works; by Mr. Haymond, of providing by law that writs shall hereafter be made returnable to quarterly Courts, instead of monthly rules. Petitions.--The following petitions were presented and referred; By Mr. Baily, the petition of citizens of McDowell county iCongress prevailed.--This being so, he predicted a rapid advance in State securities, but until then it was proper to pass this bill. At the same time, it was just to-other works that they should not be suspended until 1st December next. Mr. Haymond opposed the striking out. Mr. Rivers moved the indefinite postponement of the bill. Mr. Caperton fully showed the advantage that would result from the passage of the bill, and, on motion of Mr. Martin, of Henry, the bill was laid on the table