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Senator from Marion was the true one. Mr. Robertson said that the resolution might be proper; t destruction, of legislative action. Mr. Robertson said he was too dull to understand the disign, but limited by the Constitution. Mr. Robertson denied that there could be any limitation open or secret session ? On motion of Mr. Robertson, the doors were closed, in order to considate proceed to fill said vacancies. Mr. Robertson said, the principle being decided on before,enate the adoption of the resolution. Mr. Robertson, of Richmond, moved to lay the resolution he Government, he should vote for it. Mr. Robertson renewed his entire and utter opposition toit to the ratification of the people. Mr. Robertson thought the Convention had the right to exacts were binding; if not, no e were. Mr. Robertson asked if the Convention could have adoptedward, Early, Garnett, Hart, Logan, McKenney, Robertson, Thompson, Urquhart, Whittle, and Witey--16.