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Virginia State Convention.Ninth day--[Second session.] Richmond, June 22d, 1861. At 10 o'clock, the Convention was called to order by Mr. Southall, and prayer was offered by Rev. Mr. Spurlock. The usual routine of reports was gone through with — no reports were submitted. Mr. Southall suggested that the regular business, suspended by reason of the election of members to the Southern Congress, yesterday, came up now as a privileged question. It related to improvements in turnpikesMr. Southall suggested that the regular business, suspended by reason of the election of members to the Southern Congress, yesterday, came up now as a privileged question. It related to improvements in turnpikes for military purposes. The ordinance was amended so as to increase the appropriation, and on its passage the ayes and noes were called, resulting ayes 55, noes 24--carried. The connections between the Richmond. Potomac and Petersburg Railroads came up as the regular order of the day. It was moved that the consideration be postponed to 12 o'clock to-day. Amended so to lay on the table. The amendment was lost, and the postponement to 12 o'clock was carried. Mr. Staples off