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out the institution of slavery her vast wealth cannot be developed. He looked upon the Peace proposition as making a better disposition of the Territorial questions than the Crittenden proposition; equal in rights and privileges, and infinitely better in regard to that which may be before us in the future. Mr. Summers continued his argument at some length on other branches of the proposition, but without concluding, gave way to a motion to adjourn, which was submitted by Mr. Gray, of Rockingham, but withdrawn at the request of Mr. Macfarland, of Richmond, who stated that there were sundry claims for services rendered by persons previous to the organization of the Convention, and he offered a resolution for the appointment of a committee of three to audit such claims. Adopted. More minority reports. Mr. Baldwin, of Augusta, submitted the following as a minority report from the Committee on Federal Relations: The Representatives of the People of Virginia, in Co