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us performed my mission, and have only now, in the name of my Government, to return to this Convention my profound acknowledgments for the honorable courtesy with which that mission has been accepted; and on my own behalf, my sincere and honest thanks for the kindness and courtesy with which you have listened to the delivery of my address. Mr. Preston took his seat amidst prolonged and hearty applause. Publication. On motion of Mr. Goode,it was. Resolved.That the Hon. Fulton Anderson. of Mississippi; Hon. Henry L. Benning of Georgia. and Hon. John S. Preston, of South Carolina, be each respectfully requested to furnish a copy of their addresses to this Convention for publication Federal Relations. Mr. Hall.of Wetzel, introduced the following resolutions, which were referred to the Committee on Federal Relations; Resolved.That in the opinion of this Convention, Virginia has a legal right at any time to resume to herself the powers that she delegated