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d save them against the North. They most earnestly desired the co-operation of Virginia, and if she refused, they would receive it more in sorrow than in anger. Greater than we once went to his own, and his own received him not; yet he became a great light, illuming all the world. In conclusion, Mr. Benning presented-the Georgia Ordinance of Secession, earnestly invited Virginia to unite with her, and thanked the Convention for the attention given to his long address. As he took his seat, there was a hearty demonstration of applause. The Georgia Secession Ordinance was then read by the Clerk, and, on motion of Mr. Preston, of Montgomery, laid on the table and ordered to be printed. On motion of Mr. Preston, the further execution of the order of the day was postponed until Tuesday. On motion of Mr. Early, the resolution adopted on Saturday, in regard to tickets for this day, was renewed for to-morrow. On motion of Mr. Staples, the Convention adjourned.