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State Convention. Bombay, Nov, 25, 1861. The Convention was opened with prayer by the Rev. Dr. Burrows, of the First Baptist Church. Report. Mr. Haymond, from the Committee on Elections, submitted a report providing that the Convention shall proceed to fill vacancies in the General Assembly in the following counties and districts: House of Delegates--Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, Marshall, Monongalia, Marion, Welzel, Taylor, Harrison, Preston, Wood, Lewis, Doddridge and Tyler, Ritchie and Pleasants, Mason, Kanawha, Putnam, Wayne, Glimer, Calhoun and Wirt, Cabell, Jackson and Boane, and Upshur; Senatorial Districts — Harrison and Ohio. Providing, also that nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to effect, or in any wise impair, the right of either house of the General assembly to judge of the election, qualification and returns of its own members in case of any cont st. Laid on the table and ordered to be printed The case of Judge Pitis Mr. C. K. Mal
The Daily Dispatch: November 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], Proceedings of the Methodist Annual Conference. (search)
hat hour I was talking with him, enjoying that delightful humor which rendered his conversation at all times so agreeable. His death would be a sad loss to the Church, to his family, and to a wide circle of devoted friends. Norfolk, Nov. 25th, 1861. Conference met this morning according to adjournment at 9 o'clock, Bishop Andrew in the chair. Religious exercises were conducted by Dr. Wm. A. Smith. The order of business of Saturday, "the examination of character," was resumedg to an order made on Saturday, went into secret session to consider a case laid over for consideration. The Conference, as the result of the examination of the case laid over to this morning, expelled Richard C. Smiley. Norfolk, Nov. 25, 1861. Before going out this morning, I will got down a few impressions of yesterday, which properly form a part of the proceedings of the ministers in attendance here upon the Virginia Conference. As would be inferred from a previous letter,
[communicated.]Confederate States of America, medical Purveyor's office, Richmond, Va., Nov. 25, 1861. I desire to acknowledge the receipt of the following contributions: From Miss E. C. White and twenty other ladies of Philadelphia, East Tennessee--19 blankets, 2 comforts, 48 handkerchiefs, 5 pairs socks, 20 towels. From the ladies of Athens, East Tennessee--7 quilts, 7 shirts, 3 sheets. 2 pillow-cases, 1 pair pants, 3 blankets, 2 pillows. From Mrs. Lenoir, Tennessee--3 blanket, 1 quilt. From J. F. Jones, Tennessee--1 blanket, 1 red quilt, 1 pillow case, 1 sheet. From the ladies of New Market, Tennessee--24 blankets, 15 comforts, 10 comforts. From J. R. Reed, J. W. Lusk, and others, Tennessee--5 comforts, 1 blanket, 4 pillows. From the ladies of Louisville, Blount co., Tennessee--11 blankets, 17 comforts. From Mrs. John Browden and Mrs. Alexander, Tennessee--7 comforts, 3 blankets, 3 pillows. From Mrs. Cox, Mrs. Saffell, Mrs. Lov