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e spoke with some spirit in regard to the manner in which Presiding Elders were sometimes met. The stationed preacher got all, and the Elder, if he was not present at the quarterly meeting, was left to "suck his fingers, " and got nothing. Rev. Dr. Lee took occasion, in his remarks, to speak of the covetousness of the Church and of the age. Rev. Mr. Bennett, in reply, said that the Methodists of Virginia were most liberal in their contributions; they had given $100,000 to endow Randolph Macon College, $74,000 to the Publishing House, and $20,000 to Missions, beside a liberal support to the pastors of the Church. He protested against the idea that the Church was illiberal. Rev. Dr. Lee denied with much spirit that he had declared that the members of the Church were stingy. He was, himself, the best witness of their liberality, but he did believe that many men, even within the sound of his voice, loved money more than they ought. The report and resolutions were adopt