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The Episcopal Church and the Pending Crisis — Letters from Bishop Lay, of Arkansas. We find in the Little Rock (Ark.) True Democrat, of the 12th, the following letters from Bishop Lay. It will be seen that there is no hesitancy on the part of those high, in, authority in the Episcopal Church to accord to our Southern Government full ability and power to establish for itself free and sovereign independence. Fr. Smith, July 28, 1861 To the Rev. J. T. Wheat, D, D., Little Rock:Rev. and Dear Sir: --The information contained in the accompanying letters will be of interest to the members of the Episcopal Church in Arkansas. Will you be no good us to procure their insertion in one of your Little Rock papers?. Yours most truly, Henry C. Lay. Fort Smite, Ark., July 28, 1861 To the Bishops of the P. E. Church in the Confederate States of America. Rt, Rev. Brethren: In a pastoral letter lately issued to the Clergy and Laity of Arkansas, I took occasio