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ons 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 that Virginia had already done all that her henor required to preserve the Union, and that all further overtures must come from the North; opposing coercion, declaring that the first attempt in that direction ought to be resisted by Virginia, and favoring secession. Mr. Forres, of Rockingham, presented a series of reunion resolutions from that county. Referred to the Committee on Federal Relations. Mi