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ate, all suspicious subjects or citizens of any foreign State or power, at war with the Confederate States of America, or from which hostile designs against the Confederate States of America are apprehended by the President thereof; and the Governor may send for the person or papers of any foreigner within this State, in order to obtain information to enable him to act in such cases. On motion, the Convention adjourned to 10 o'clock to-morrow. P. S.--We omitted, in our report of the proceedings at the Spotswood House, published in our issue of yesterday, to tender our acknowledgments to Col. Thompson, Sergeant-at-Arms of the Convention, for his kindness and courtesy in affording us every facility in his power in giving the only report of the interesting ceremonies of that occasion published in any of our city papers. The Colonel is a highly popular officer, and deservedly so. Can't we induce him to accept a position in Governor Floyd's Brigade, and meet us "at Phillippi?"