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s, was carried, the Secretary putting the question. The vote was taken by yeas and nays on the first of the concluding resolutions. It stood thus: In the affirmative, 84, in the negative, 3; declining to vote, 45; absent, 39. A rising vote was taken on the other parts of the proposition, and it was afterwards carried as a whole. The following were elected a committee to issue a Pastoral Address to the people, concerning this action: S. Register, S. S. Roezel, E. R. Vietch, J. S. Martin, N. Wilson, T. H. W. Monroe, and Wm. Eggleston. The Bishop rising, after this action had been consummated, read the following, and requested its insertion in the Journal: "The whole action just had, on what is called Rev. N. Wilson's proposition, is, in my judgment, in viciation of the order and Discipline of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and, therefore, is hall and void regarded as Conference action.-- Intherefore do not recognize the said action as infracting the integrity
It was unanimously ordered to be placed on the Journal. I omitted to state above, that before the action given in the previous part of my letter, a protest was offered by Geo. W. Israel against the action of the General Conference. This masterly document was adopted by a large majority. The following resolution was carried unanimously: "Received, That it was not intended in any remarks offered by brethren favoring immediate separation from the General Conference, to impaga the motives of brethren differing in opinion, of to stigmatize them as having the least sympathy with abolitionism." W. S.Edwards.John S. Martin After some other unimportant action, the Conference adjourned till 7½ o' clock P. M.
4th year — E. Phelps, R. L. Nixon, and Davis. For Examination of Candidates for Admission on Trial.--D. W. Arnold and G. V. Leech. Committee on Publication of Baltimore Advocate.--S. V. Blake, Wm. Hamilton, Wm. Krebbs, M. Goheen, and J. S. Martin. Missionary Sermon.--J. Lanahan. Alternate, J. A. McCauley. Several other committees were appointed. The protest of those declining to take part in the action of those who passed Rev. N. Wilson's plan, was presented and read. e Secretary, in the affirmative, on Mr. Wilson's plan. The Missionary appropriations for the different districts of the Conference were read. Committee for Consultation--(According to the last Peace resolution adopted the other day)--J. S. Martin, S. Register, Wm. Eggleston, B. F. Brooke, W. Hirst, N. J. B. Morgan, T. Sewall, E. P. Phelps, and W. B. Edward! W. G. Cor, having made a request to be permitted to withdraw from the traveling connection, it was granted. The minutes
proach, to give freedom to our preachers, in the discharge of their duties in our territory, and cannot refrain from expressing the hope that the day may speedily come when agitation and strife shall have ceased among us, and the great Methodist family, East, West, North, and South, be again united in the common effort which engaged the hearts and lives of our fathers — that of spreading Scriptural Holiness all over the land. 4th. That a committee of seven, consisting of S. Register, J. S. Martin, S. S. Roszel, S. R.Veitch. W. G. Eggleston, N. Wilson, and T. H. W. Monroe, be appointed to prepare a Pastoral letter for our people, setting forth the grounds and aims of the action. the following is the protest of the minority of the Conference: we, the undersigned members of the Baltimore Annual Conference, differing with a majority of our brethren in regard to the mode of obtaining relief from the evils which have been entailed upon us by the action of the late General Con