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ose, and the Chairman reported progress. Federal Relations. Mr. Dorman, of Rockbridge, offered the following resolution: Resolved, That the Committee on Federal Relations inquire into the expediency of amendments to the Constitution of the United States being submitted by this State to the other States of the Union, providing and declaring, first, that Electors of President and Vice President shall be chosen on the District system; and second, that persons of African blood, in whole or in part, are not, and shall not be, citizens of the United States, or citizens within the meaning of the 2d section of the 4th Article of the Federal Constitution; and, further, whether such amendments should form part of any ultimatum laid down by Virginia or the Border States of the South, or should be submitted separately and distinct from such ultimatum. The resolution was referred to the Committee on Federal Relations. On motion of Mr. Haymond, the Convention adjourned.
State at some future period would be victimized to a large extent, when members would, when too, late, see the propriety of arresting such legislation. Mr. Burks said the bill drew an analogy between coupons which had been endorsed and negotiable notes. When the latter were lost, they could be recovered. Coupons stood upon precisely the same footing. Messrs. Myers and Jones of G. favored the bill on the grounds of justice to the parties. The bill was amended on motion of Mr. Haymond, by requiring resident security on real estate. Mr. Christian said he should vote against the bill, as it established a precedent that must inevitably create carelessness on the part of coupon holders. The bill passed — ayes 90, noes 11. Committee Reports.--Adverse to the passage of Senate bill refunding a sum of money to Silas Reese, of Hampshire, and directing the payment of certain interests to E. J. O'Brien. Adopted. State's Prison.--The Committee of Finance were gr