Another resolution urges a Convention of the States to propose amendments to the Constitution, as one means of restoring peace, in conformity with the 2d clause of the 5th Article thereof, to settle all questions of doubt, and it is suggested that such Convention, if called, be held as speedily as possible in the city of Lexington, in the State of Kentucky.
The resolutions were advocated by Messrs. Goggin, Burwell and others, and unanimously adopted.
The following, offered by Dr. R. A. Clement, was also adopted, with a few dissenting voices:
Resolved, That having entire confidence in the integrity and patriotism of our Representatives in the State Legislature, we authorize them, in the event the mode of redress embraced in the foregoing resolutions shall prove inadequate to the crisis, to adopt any other measures consistent with the principles and purposes of the resolutions.
At a public meeting of the citizens of Harrison county, Va., held at Clarksburg, on the 24