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secure any Union in which the rights of Virginia to re-assume all the powers she delegated to the Federal Government, and to declare her independence; and then to call into a Convention all the slaveholding States to determine what shall be the new construction necessary for their rights and protection in a Confederacy of slave States alone, or of the slave States and such free States as are willing to come into a Union, under this new construction, with the slave States. Mr. Ambler, of Louisa, rose to a point of order. The resolution of the gentleman from Chesterfield was an instruction to the Committee. He would ask if the amendment was also an instruction. The President said it was, and was therefore in order. Mr. Leake then addressed the Convention at considerable length in support of his amendment; but the time occupied in copying the document rendered it impossible for the reporter to take notes of his remarks. We understood him to maintain that Virginia ought to