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on of the Commonwealth; providing for Deficiencies in the Civil and Military Contingent Funds; providing Chaplains for the Provisional Army; prescribing the duties of the Paymaster General; concerning the Commissary Department; providing for paying for machinery contracted for the manufacture of arms; providing for a Board of Claims; respecting Confirmations by the Convention; providing for enlistment in the Provisional Army; providing for the organization of a Provisional Army for the State of Virginia. An Ordinance authorising the Banks of the Commonwealth to issue notes of the denomination of one dollar and two dollars: Be it ordained. That the several Banks of this Commonwealth be authorized to issue notes of the denominations of one and of two dollars, to an amount not exceeding five per cent. upon their respective capitals, which notes may be signed by such officer or officers of said Banks, respectively, as may be designated for that purpose by the Board of Directors
and as many acting Assistant Commissaries may be detailed from the subalterns of the line as may be necessary, who shall likewise give bond and security as above directed. The bonds hereby required to be given, shall be made payable to the State of Virginia, and shall be filed with the First Auditor. The Commissary General and his Assistants shall perform such duties in purchasing and issuing of rations to the army of the State of Virginia, as the Governor may direct. Supplies for the ArState of Virginia, as the Governor may direct. Supplies for the Army, unless in particular and urgent cases the Governor should otherwise direct, shall be purchased by contract, to be made by the Commissary General on public notice, to be delivered on inspection in the bulk, and at such places as shall be stipulated; which contract shall be made under such regulations as the Governor may direct. This Ordinance shall be in force from the time of its adoption, subject to amendment, modification, or repeal by this Convention or by the General Assembly of Virgin
Northwestern Virginia. The open treason of Carlile and Brown, now candidates in Congress in Northwestern Virginia, and for re-union with the North, deserves exemplary punishment. Carlile, apart from his duties as a citizen, was bound as a member of the Convention to submit to its decision, as he would have insisted, in the eNorthwestern Virginia, and for re-union with the North, deserves exemplary punishment. Carlile, apart from his duties as a citizen, was bound as a member of the Convention to submit to its decision, as he would have insisted, in the event of a contrary decision, that the Secessionists should submit. At any rate, as a citizen of Virginia, he has rendered himself clearly liable to the pains and penalties of treason, as do all who support him. It does not follow that because a State has a right to secede from the Federal Union, therefore a county or a citizen hasis composed of an aggregate community, with a defined and undivided territory, and its people cannot be politically out of it whilst they are territorially in it. We feel sure that the people of Northwestern Virginia, in general, are loyal to the State, and will not follow the lead of those traitors and tories, Carlile and Brown.