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. He said he had information of the existence of positive evidence that Judge Pitts was in league with the Yankees: Resolved, That a committee of five be appointed by the President to inquire into the loyalty of Judge Edward P. Pitts to the State of Virginia and to the Confederate States, and that said committee have power to summon witnesses. The motion was agreed to and the resolution adopted. Committee--Messrs. Morris, mallory of Elizabeth City, Curtis, Slaughter, and Turner of Warren. Communications from the Executive. The President laid before the Convention the following communication from the Executive: "Executive Department, Nov. 23, 1861. "Gentlemen of the Convention: --In response to your resolution, adopted on the 22d inst., and communicated to me this morning, I state that I know of no officers of the Army or Navy of the United State, who resigned their positions and tendered their services to Virginia, that failed to receive appointments