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any right, wish, or intention, to interfere with the civil and political relation between master and slave, as it exists in the slaveholding States of this Union, condemned two ministers who had delivered Abolition lectures, and declared the opponents of Abolition true friends to the Church, to the slaves of the South, and to the Constitution of our Country. The Baptists of Virginia, in General Assembly, 1789, upon a reference from the session of the preceding year, on motion of Elder John Leland, Resolved, That Slavery is a violent deprivation of the rights of nature, and inconsistent with republican government; and therefore we recommend it to our brethren to make use of every measure to extirpate this horrid evil from the land; and pray Almighty God that our honorable Legislature may have it in their power to proclaim the great jubilee, consistent with the principles of good policy. But no similar declaration has been made by any Southern Baptist State Convention since
gone before. Irene Adalaid, daughter of Leonard and Irene G. Arnold, died June 21, 1855, aged 4 yrs. and 7 mos. Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven. John Leland, Jr., died of Small Pox Jan. 8, 1840, aged 46 years. Go home, dear friends, Dry up your tears, I must lie here Till Christ appears. Francis Green, died Mar. 2d 35 years. In the silent grave we leave him, Till the Resurrection morn, Then, O Lord, thy word shall raise him, And restore his lovely form. Anna, wife of John Leland, died Aug. 26, 1846, aged 78 years. To die is your gain, my Mother. John Leland, died April 11, 1851, aged 90 years. At rest, my Father. Emeline, dau John Leland, died April 11, 1851, aged 90 years. At rest, my Father. Emeline, daughter of Osgood and Mary Dane, died April 10, 1846, aged 25 years. We loved her on earth,— May we meet her in heaven. [It may be well to add here that since 1857 many removals have been made from this to neighboring cemeteries.—
0, 17. Knapp, Lizzie G., 21, 72. Knapp, Lucy M. (Clark), 21. Knapp, Marion, 21. Knapp, Oren S., 21, 76. Knights Templar, 72. Lapham, Mrs. F. D., 72. Lawrence, Abbott, 73. Lawrence, Amos, 73. Lee, Thomas J., 74. Leland, Anna, 71. Leland, John, 71. Leland, John, Jr., 70. Lexington, Mass., 24, 87. Lexington Institute, 32. Libby, Martha E., 37, 39. Lincoln, Abraham, 9, 11. Lincoln, Martha, 29. Lincoln, Mass., 34. Littlefield, A. M., 68. Littlefield, Catherine W., 66. LittlLeland, John, Jr., 70. Lexington, Mass., 24, 87. Lexington Institute, 32. Libby, Martha E., 37, 39. Lincoln, Abraham, 9, 11. Lincoln, Martha, 29. Lincoln, Mass., 34. Littlefield, A. M., 68. Littlefield, Catherine W., 66. Littlefield, James M., 66. Littlefield, Joshua, 68. Littlefield, Joshua, Jr., 68. Littlefield, Martha A., 68. Littlefield, Mary Ethelinda, 66. Littlefield, R., 68. Liverpool, Eng., 47. Locke, Ann W., 33, 34. Locke, John F., 4, 17. Locke, Lucy Brooks, 21. Long, Michael, 78. Lovett, Washington, 17. Lower Winter Hill Primary, 36. Lower Winter Hill School, 30. Ludkin, Aaron, 78. Magoun, 39. Maitland, Nova Scotia, 68. Major, Daniel, 43. Mallet, Andrew, 89. Mallet, John, 89. Ma