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Virginia State Convention.twenty-first day. Saturday, March 9, 1861. The Convention met at 12, and was called to order by Mr. Goggin, in the absence of the President. Prayer by the Rev. Dr. Hoge, of the Presbyterian Church. The Chairman stated the pending question to be on the amendment offered by the gentleman from Amelia to the amendment offered by the gentleman from Goochland, to the resolution of instructions offered on Tuesday last by the gentleman from Chesterfield; and on that question Mr. Ambler, of Louisa, was entitled to the floor. Partial report from the Committee on Federal Relations. Mr. Conrad, of Frederick, from the Committee on Federal Relations, asked and obtained leave to make a partial report. The Committee, he said, had under consideration a large number of resolutions, and had directed him to submit the following to the Convention. The suggested amendments to the Constitution therein referred to, would be reported upon at an early day:
prediction. If you will look to the Courier of the date of the th inst., you will see my invading plot ed at there. "The Southern heart is " now, and that fire will not be easily drenched, nor will it be. I fear, unless it be drenched in blood. The Inaugural has made millions of friends to our cause. I am glad to see the tone of some of your heretofore Union-saving men changed, and some show a desire to turn. I notice Mr. Cox, of Chesterfield, has seen a of the "peep of day," and Mr. Goggin beginning to feel that he is in danger. One more inaugural or a pronunciamento from the would be despot, and the South is a unit, except perhaps, Tennessee, who is "joined to " But I really cannot see what new lights are derived from Lincoln's Inaugural.--his own party do not seem to understand him. Some say he is for war, others for peace — no two men seem to view it alike. I have read it over and over again, and, for the life of me, I cannot make it out. It is very much like a I have