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mmittee on Federal Relations, with the substitute offered by the gentleman from Harrison. Mr.Baldwin, of Augusta, being entitled to the floor, resumed his remarks, adverting in the outset to the tendency to introduce subjects in debate which had no bearing upon the great question at issue. He understood gentlemen to acquiesce yesterday in his declaration, that the agitation of the slavery question at the North was the only grievance of which Virginia had to complain. Mr.Morton, of Orange, desired to know if the gentleman represented this as an admission from the entire body of secessionists in the Convention. Mr.Baldwin said he distinctly understood the gentleman from Albemarle (Mr. Holcombe) to acquiesce in the proposition as he stated it yesterday. Mr.Holcombe said he signified his individual assent to the proposition that the action of the General Government on the slavery question was not such as to justify Virginia in taking the issue of Union or disunion; he