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ary to pay a full per diem to Mr. Lankhouse, now in the Provisional Army of the State, for his services as first Door-Keeper of this Convention. Carried. Mr. James Barbour, of the Committee on Federal Relations, submitted the following resolutions: Resolved, That the Governor be requested, in accepting tenders of troops unbted on account of services rendered said Government prior to the secession of Virginia and to report the facts to the Convention at its adjourned session. Mr. Barbour supported the resolutions.--The resolutions were amended so as not to violate former pledges of the Convention, and were passed. The following letter was rw moments afterwards the supply of gas was restored. A motion was then adopted to take up the ordinances as they lie on the Secretary's table. Mr. A. M. Barbour called an ordinance to pay the laborers at Harper's Ferry who remained loyal to the South, and thereby forfeited their pay from the Lincoln Government. Mr. Bouar