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e, and that no exemption of any property from taxation shall be had without the vote of a majority of all the members elected to each House of the General Assembly. Resolved, That a committee, to consist of thirteen members, to be selected from the different section of the State, be appointed, who shall report to the Convention such amendments to the Constitution of the State as will effect the object indicated in the foregoing resolution. Printing the debates. Mr. Wickham, of Henrico, asked the privilege of offering the following resolution: Resolved, That a committee of five be appointed by the President of the Convention, to whom shall be referred the contract between the said President and the proprietors of the Richmond Enquirer in regard to the publication of the debates of the Convention — the said committee shall have power to send for persons and papers, and shall make report to this Convention. Mr. Wickham stated his object to be, in offering the re
Secession Flag. --A number of the friends of "Prompt action," living in Henrico, have indicated their idea of what Virginia should do in the present state of affairs, by raising a large flag on the new central road, about three miles below the city. The banner is of blue bunting, and has fifteen white stars in one corner, and as an inscription, "the South." The pole to which it is attached is about 80 feet in height.