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d, That a committee of three Delegates be appointed to wait on the President of the United States, and respectfully ask him to communicate to this Convention what course he intends to pursue. "That the people of Virginia hereby declare their consent to the recognition of the separate independence of the seceded States; that they shall be treated as independent Powers, and that proper laws shall be passed to effect their separation." Messrs. W. Ballard Preston, Conservative; Alexander H. H. Stuart, Unionist; and Geo. W. Randolph, Secessionist, have been appointed to wait on Mr. Lincoln, and have arrived for that purpose. The Southern Commissioners are still here, but they are still unable to procure even a semi- official recognition of their existence, and all their correspondence has been carried on through one of the clerks. It is, perhaps, not necessary to add that Mr. Seward has no intention of resigning, as has been stated, and that there is no dissention in the