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l of the New Chapter; Second--The transfer of slavery to the Annual Conferences, where it exists; Third--The publication of a fair proportion of the Church periodicals within the slaveholding Conferences. Fourth--If refused, then a peaceable separation. If this last be refused, then let a General Convention be called, in 1862, to act in the matter of separation. This was signed by Messrs. Armstrong, Cook, Corckran. Addison, Sullivan, Watkins, Thomas, Brundige, Sheckels, Garrett, Hiss, Steinemann Watkins, and Watkins, and some 12 others. J. W. Hoover presented the resolutions of Calvert Circuit, addressed to the Conference. They were similar to the last paper. They were made the order of the day with the other memorials. On motion of E. P. Phelps, a committee of 15 was ordered, to which the memorials before the Conference should be referred, that a plan might be reported to secure, if possible, harmony, this committee to be selected by Messrs. S. S. Ros