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The Convention. In the State Convention, on Saturday, Mr. Stuart, of Augusta, made a personal explanation touching the letter read by Mr. Wise on the day previous. A Committee on Federal Relations, with Mr. Conrad, of Frederick, as Chairman, was appointed, and a Committee on Elections, of which Mr. Hatmond is Chairman. Quite a large number of resolutions, relating to the National troubles, were introduced and referred to the Committee on Federal Relations. Several speeches were made in which there were strong foreshadowing of the course to be pursued by the leaders in the Convention. The Southern Commissioners will be received to-day, and no spectators will be admitted except those who receive tickets. This rule, however, does not apply to the ladies, who will be admitted as usual.