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e following persons Dickinson, Hill & Co., Richmond; Dr. Thomas Latane, Arthur Temple, John Lumpkin, Thomas Fauntleroy, King and Queen county; Dr. F. D. Wheelwright, Rev. Thomas E. Looke, Westmoreland county; John L. Latane, W. C. Latane, Dr. John Lewis, King William county; Geo. Turner, Richard Turner, F. Maginniss, Thomas Lee, King George county; Ro. Hudgin, Dr. John D. Butler, Caroline county; N. J. B. Whitlock, Dr. James H. Latane, Ed. F. Noel, Bev. D. Roy, J. Roy Micou, Wilsey Fogg, Geo. T. Wright, Essex county; Dr. Thomas C. Clopton, Jefferson Stubbs, Jasper C. Hughes, Gloucester county; Parkes Slater, James City county; Dr. Ro. A. Payne, Richmond county; Wm. E. Clopton, Ro. Howle, Dr. L. C. Crump, Jno. S. Lacy. R. T. Lacy, New Kent county; Dabney Parrish Louisa county; Wm. D. Clopton, P. B. Foster, Cumberland county; W. W. Brown, Lunenburg county; J. B. Chewning, Culpeper county; Wm. J. Wiere, Prince William county; Capt. J S Middleton, John Gormly, Norfolk. de 13--d&w1m
angle their desire to see for the benefit of their State. Mr. Richards thought neither friend nor foe should know what transpired inside of the hall. Mr. Middleton thought then they ought to close the doors and erect barricades. The whole matter was then referred to the Charleston delegation. The President was adebate followed about adopting the rules of previous State Conventions. Mr. Wardlow called for the reading of the address of the Georgia Legislature. Mr. Middleton.--This is not a communication from the Legislature of Georgia, but merely from sundry persons calling themselves members of the Legislature of Georgia. May wer from a respectable body of persons who hold important positions in Georgia. Shall we repulse them by saying that they shall not hear any reply from us! Mr. Middleton said all the signatures were in the same hand-writing. Mr. Wardlow received the telegram from Gov. Moore, which was also open to the objection of not bein