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, and sympathize fully in the kind and Christian spirit in which they are so wisely declared. 2. Resolved, That a committee, consisting of two Bishops with three clerical and three lay members, be appointed as a provisional committee to act, during the recess of the Convention, in all matters connected with our relations to other closeses, and also to serve as delegates in any Convention which may be agreed upon by other similarly situated dioceses. All the proceedings of this committee to be reported for the approval of the Convention of the Diocese of Virginia. 3. Johns. W. Sparrow. J. Grammar, Thos. S. Gholson, James Galt, R. H. Cunningham, Committee. The committee called for by the second resolution was elected by ballot, and constituted of Right Rev. Wm. Meade, D. D., Bishop; Right Rev. John Johns, D. D., Assistant Bishop; Rev. Richard H. Wilmer, Rev. Wm. Sparrow, Rev. Joshua Peterkin. Judge Thomas S. Gholson, Philip Williams, Esq., and Richard H. Cunningham, Esq.