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demand of the North, except with the sword in his hand; never would consent to place Virginia in the attitude of a supplicant. As between the report of the majority and that of the Peace Conference, he preferred the former because the other he considered a juggle and a cheat. In regard to the decision of the Chair relative to the action of the Committee being final upon the subject before it, he intimated his purpose to make an appeal to the Convention at the proper time. Mr. Hall, or Wetzel, made some remarks touching upon the Constitution of the Confederate States, which he regarded as the best the world ever saw. He hoped it would be presented to the North as Virginia's ultimatum. The report of the Peace Conference, proposed by the gentleman from Harrison, he regarded as a cheat and a fraud. Mr. Brown, of Preston, called for a division of the question — so that the vote might be first taken upon the motion to strike out. Mr. Price, of Greenbrier, and Mr. Conrad, of