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--If refused, then a peaceable separation. If this last be refused, then let a General Convention be called, in 1862, to act in the matter of separation. This was signed by Messrs. Armstrong, Cook, Corckran. Addison, Sullivan, Watkins, Thomas, Brundige, Sheckels, Garrett, Hiss, Steinemann Watkins, and Watkins, and some 12 others. J. W. Hoover presented the resolutions of Calvert Circuit, addressed to the Conference. They were similar to the last paper. They were made the order report, not according to history, will ruin us. If determined to go to-morrow, for these reasons I would vote against it.-- You, my fathers, taught me the doctrines of the old Discipline. Unteach me them, and I will vote for this report. D. Thomas, said --I want to hold on to all Virginia and Maryland. Though not considering this New Chapter as technically a new doctrine, yet I regard it as a great insult. This New Chapter says that slaveholding as chattels is against the law of God, e