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ett, Orrick, Osburn, Patrick, Porter, Pugh, Sharp, Sitlington, Staples, Alex, H. H. Stuart, Chapman J. Stuart, White, and Willey--46. Nays--Messrs. Ambler, Armstrong, Blakey, Blow, Rouldin, Boyd. Branch, Bruce, Caperton, Chambliss, Conn, Robertations. Taxation, &c. The President said the pending question was on the resolutions offered on Monday last by Mr. Willey, of Monongahela, viz: Resolved,That taxation should be equal and uniform throughout the Commonwealth, and that allat the resolutions be laid upon the table. On this motion, Mr. Hall, of Marion, called for the yeas and nays. Mr. Willey, of Monongahela, appealed to Mr. Goode to withdraw his motion. He asked if the gag law was to be applied. Mr. Goothe resolutions, he would withdraw the motion if he wished to take the floor, on condition that he would renew it. Mr. Willey said he did not feel authorized to make any such bargain. At this stage of the proceedings, on motion of Mr. Burde
The Convention. Mr. Holcombe's great speech, in behalf of the South, was the feature of the proceedings yesterday. Some resolutions on National questions were referred to the committee on Federal Relations. Mr. Carlile indicated his intention of offering an amendment to the Committee's report, which, we learn, embodies the Frankly Substitute entire. The Henrico secession resolutions were presented by Mr. Wickman, who defined his position, intimating that he would adhere to the side of the Union. The tax question was up, and Mr. Haymond finished his speech. The Convention adjourned, pending a motion to lay Mr. Willey's resolutions on the table. The number of spectators in attendance yesterday was very large.