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morning. We accordingly at tended him at that hour, when we presented the resolution of the Convention, and explained our mission. He then read to us a paper, which he stated he had first prepared, as the answer to the communication of the Convention, declaring that he had seen in the newspapers the proceedings of the Convention and the character of commission. We here with communicate the President's reply to the preamble and resolution of the Convention. Wm Ballard Preston, Alex. H. H. Stuart Geo. W. Randolph, The reply of President Lincoln was then read. It was published in this paper yesterday. Mr. Holcombe, of Albemarle, offered the following resolutions: Resolved, That the standing order for resolving the Convention into Committee of the Whole be suspended. Resolved. That the Convention will immediately go into secret session, in order to consider the report of the Committee appointed to visit Washington. Mr. Scott, of Fauquier took the