Gen. Adams then moved to go into secret session.
An amendment was offered to the motion, inviting the Governor, Postmaster of Charleston and Collector of the port to be present.
The subject was temporarily postponed.
Mr. Barnwall Rhett, Chairman of the Committee on preparing an address to the people of the South, read a long and able paper, reviewing the injuries sustained by South Carolina from her connection with the Union.
The Convention refused to use the address secret session relative to the present state of affairs.
Mr. Adams moved, in addition, that the Postmaster be invited to the secret session, Carried.
Mr. Inglis moved for an official reporter to the Convention.
Mr. Rhett reported from the committee appointed to make an address to the Southern people.
After its reading, Mr. Pope moved the address do not be reported until final action.
Mr. Carne moved it be printed, and made the special order for to-mor