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swer — In my judgment, there is not. By W. S. Edwards.--Is there any process associated in the Discipline, for trying and expelling a member who holds slaves for purpose of gain? Answer — I know of no such process. By W. T. D. Clemm — Is the new chapter to be regarded as containing the doctrine and belief of the Church on slavery? Answer.--The new chapter contains admo and advice, and from its position in the church claims to be the doctrine of the on slavery. By B. F. Brooke.--Is not every man a sinner against God and nature who holds a slave, by the sense of the new chapter on slavery in the Discipline? Answer.--He is, in the sense of the Discipline whatever that sense is. Cornelius.--Is not, under the Discipline the duty of each minister to engage in ..efforts for the abolition of slavery? Answer.--Not more so under the present and under the former Discipline. A Griffith said that the New Chapter was pronouns. It was passed to give off<
ime Sheridan acquired the necessary confidence for speaking well, and, in 1783 after he had been in office for a short time, he made the well known retort to the younger Pitt, which displayed both wit and readiness--two special creators of applause and power, in a popular assembly. The story, as told in "The Wits and Beaux of Society, " runs thus: Sheridan, from boyhood, had been taunted with being the son of an actor. He had been called "the player boy" at school, and his election at Brooke's had been opposed on the same grounds. It was evidently his bitterest point, and Pitt probably knew this, when, in replying to a speech of the ex-dramatist, he said that "no man admired more than he did the abilities of that right honorable gentleman, the elegant sallies of his thought, the gay effusions of his fancy, his dramatic turns, and his epigrammatic point; and if they were reserved for the proper stage they would, no doubt, receive what the honorable gentleman's abilities always d