Virginia State Convention.
Fourteenth day.--[second session.]
Richmond, June 28, 1861.
The Convention was called to order at the mal hour, prayer being offered by Rev. Mr.
doddridge of the Episcopal Church.
submitted a resolution, which as ordered to be printed, in reference to the Ferry machinery.
Mr. James Barbour
, chairman of the Commission, on Confederate Relations, presented a , which was ordered to be printed.
submitted an ordinance prescribing the mode of electing a President and Vice-President
of the Confederate States
also submitted a petition of Messrs. Blacklock
& Co., of Alexandria
which was referred to the Committee of Finance.
On motion of Mr. Scott
, the ordinance providing for the re-apportionment of the Confessional Districts
On motion of Mr. Conrad
. the Convention
went into secret session.
After half an hour's session, the doors were again opened.
Several ordinances were then submitted, and appropriately referred, when the hour of adjournment arrived.