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impression which had been sought to be created as to his course in the canvass, that he would go for secession unless the difficulties were adjusted before the 4th of March. His position was, that unless there were a prospect of an adjustment before the adjournment of the Convention, no alternative would be left to Virginia but to ately.--In the canvass previous to the assembling of this Convention, he disagreed with those who told him that unless Virginia was out of the Union before the 4th of March, civil war, with all its horrors, would be desolating the land. He deplored the election of Lincoln, but still he knew that with an overwhelming majority of thn from Bedford, (Mr. Goode,) who is now for waiting, was then among the most ardent advocates of haste. Mr. Goode desired to remind the gentleman that the 4th of March had come and gone. Mr. Tredway said he regretted that he had not also said that it had proved him to be a very bad prophet. He then went on to demonstrat