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series of resolutions adopted by the citizens of his county, disapproving of the inaction of the Convention, repudiating the Peace Conference propositions, and favoring immediate secession, &c. Mr. Fisher, in commenting on the resolutions, alluded to the change of feeling among the Union men of his county, as one of the cheering signs that the popular tide was setting in the right direction. The resolutions were referred to the Committee on Federal Relations. Mr. Goode, of Mecklenburg, presented a series of resolutions adopted by the citizens of that county, repudiating the result of the Peace Conference, and declaring it the duty of Virginia at once to withdraw from the Union, and place herself by the side of her Southern sisters. Mr. Goode endorsed the high character of the citizens he represented, and paid a tribute to their gallantry. The resolutions were referred. Mr. Wysor, of Polaski, presented a series of resolutions from that county, declaring t