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urch visited Washington, some of them were in Congress. He wished there were more Christian men there, (Amen.) The ground occupied by the Church South, was the conservative ground — suitable a like to Kansas and Nebraska, to Virginia and to Maryland--(a voice, and Maine,) yes, to Maine, and if anything will suit all New England, to all New England. It was not proposed to ask any one for a contribution, a quid pro quo was given in every instance, and more than a quid for each quo. Rev. Mr. Edwards expressed a desire to discuss the question, but said that as the session had already been lengthened, he would prefer to do so to-morrow. On his motion, the subject was laid on the table. During the day, in passing the characters of ministers, the name of Wm. P. Twyman was called. Bishop.--"Anything against Brother Twyman I" Mr. Ware, P. E.--"Nothing." Bishop.--"Let him ire". P. E.--"He has retired from labors to rewards — he is dead!" [Sensation] H