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rd, in the name of his constituents. If he was not allowed the opportunity, he was determined that the Convention should have no peace, either here or hereafter. He proposed to show by a comparison, the verbiage and opportunities for construction that existed in the report of the Peace Conference. The report of the Committee was far preferable, and although it did not meet his views, he would show, if the courtesy were extended to him, wherein the difference consisted. Mr. Harvie, of Amelia, as a member of the committee, expressed his entire dissent from the report of the majority. He did not believe that we could or ought to remain in this Confederacy, no matter what parchment guarantees might be made. He would take nothing, and his constituents would take nothing, unless the Cotton States come back to the Union. The only question to decide was with which of the Confederacies Virginia should unite. He would never make another demand of the North, except with the sword in h