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to publish and criticise proceedings in which the honor and in terests of the people of the Commonwealth were so deeply involved. Finally, on the vote being taken, the motion was carried — ayes 70, naye 9. After some explanatory remarks, Mr. Goggin submitted a resolution, in substance providing that, as the object for which this Convention was called had been accomplished, when the body adjourns next Wednesday it will be an adjournment since die. Not carried. A resolution authorizing day. It was first submitted by Mr. A. H. H. Stuart, but was limited to the vacaney on his committee, caused by the resignation of Mr. Summers and subsequently made general by an amendment from another member. Messrs. Anelee, A. H. H. Stuart and Goggin chiefly took part in the quite exciting debate which followed. The motion and its amendment were lost by a large majority. Various resolutions relative to the financial condition of the State, the bonds of the Southern Confederacy and the B