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nia?" with the reservation that said convention shall not alter the Bill of Rights or certain sections of the State Constitution; that the tickets to be voted shall indicate whether the voter is for or against a convention.] Messrs. Deane and Pretlow, of the committee appointed to report upon the subject, submitted a minority report, declaring a convention inexpedient at this time. A debate arose upon the disposal of the bill. It was finally ordered to be printed, the House refusing to suspend the rules in order to put the bill upon its second reading. The consideration of the bill was then made the order of the day for to morrow. Mr. Deane then moved the printing of the minority report, and it was so ordered. Mr. Pendleton moved, at 1 o'clock, that the House go into secret session, but the House refused — ayes, 32; noes, 40. The bill to increase the pay of the professors of the Virginia Military Institute was taken up and discussed to the hour of recess.