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ate to show the rapid increase of the public debt. To restrain these extravagant expenditures, it would be necessary to make all the property of the State taxable, thus giving to all an equal interest in curtailing the same. Mr. Haymond, of Marion, indicated his purpose to address the Convention on the subject to-morrow. Mr. Conrad, of Frederick, offered the following resolution, which was adopted: Resolved. That from and after this day, until further ordered, this Convention wileed now, and he would yield the floor to any gentleman on the other side; but if it was not their purpose to discuss 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, and if every gentleman occupied three days in the exposition of his views, he could not see when the Convention would be ready to adjourn.