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The Daily Dispatch: March 15, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ocate. The usual standing committees were appointed. These are on Necessitous Cases, Dickenson College, Seminaries, Temperance, Baltimore Advocate, and Colonization. They consist, generally, of seven members, taken one from each Presiding Elder's district. The names of the Clerical Stewards were announced, viz. L. H. W. Mouroe, J. N. Davis, S. Cornelius, N. J. B. Morgan, A. Bushman, P. B. Smith. The Lay Stewards were announced to the Conference, as follows: J. S. Berry, Robert Ricketts, E. C. Brown, J. S. Carson, A. D. Trotter, A. J. Lucas, Col. McPherson.-- Messrs. Berry, Carson, and McPherson, were introduced to the Conference. The transfer of Rev. W. H. Holliday, from Upper Iowa, to the Baltimore Conference, was read. On motion, the Conference adjourned, with singing and prayer. The Laymen's Convention, composed of the leading men in the Church, met this morning in the basement of the church edifice. An organization was partially effected. The Conv