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the various groups gathered together throughout the Hall, and could not fail to notice everywhere around us a unanimous sentiment of determined resistance untill our borders are freed from the hordes of Northern brigands who have dared to polluts our soil under the lead of fanatics and traitors. At 10½ o'clock, Mr. President John Jannettook the chair, and after the galleries and Hall were cleared of strangers (the adjournment, it will be recollected, took place during secret session,) Mr. Janney ascertaining that a quorum was not present, vacated the chair till 4 P. M. At the appointed hour, the Convention was again called to order by the President, and after an eloquent and appropriate prayer to the Throne of Grace, by Rev. Charles Read, of the Presbyterian Church, the roll was called and eighty-three members having responded to their names, the session of the Convention was declared to be duly opened. The President suggested that the order for secret sessions being sti