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the payment of county levies. &c., which was agreed to. A variety of amendments were proposed, and the incidental debate, turning chiefly upon the question of naturalization, was prolonged to a late hour. It was held by several speakers that the fixing the term of naturalization should be left to the Confederate Congress to which that species of legislation exclusively belonged, and from the votes taken, this would seem to be the temper of a majority of the Convention. The amendment precluding the right to vote of any citizen naturalized after the present war, unless he shall have been naturalized a certain number of years, was finally rejected — ayes 53, noes 56. Another was then offered by Mr. Goggin, as follows "Or who, on the conclusion of a treaty of peace between the United States and the Confederate States of America, shall then be a citizen of any one of the non-slaveholding States of the said United States." Rejected — ayes 35, noes 73. The Convention then adjourne