otion, a committee of six was appointed to make one more effort to secure a plan of harmonious action.
The following were elected to serve on this committee, viz: B. F. Brooke, N. J. B. Morgan, Samuel Register, John Lanahan, Wm. B. Edwards, Jno. Longstreet.
On motion, they were permitted to retire.
The report of the Committee on the Baltimore Advocate was taken up. Messrs. Gibson, T. Sewall, S. Cornelius, D. Thomas, T. H. W. Monroe, F. Israel, John S. Martin, E. P. Phelps, etc., etc. four from the minority, to be elected by this body, and one to be selected by the Bishop — for consultation during the year, with the view of securing greater harmony of sentiment and feeling hereafter.
[Signed] W. B. Edwards, Chairman, J. Longstreet, Sec'y, N. J. B. Morgan, John Lanhan, Samuel Register, B. F. Brooke.
It was moved that this be adopted.
The Bishop arose in the midst of great silence and remarked: Your Kindness is so great that I may be permitted to call