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Virginia annual Conference --Third Day. In the Conference, Friday, proposition was made to pledge the members of the different congregations for contributions of twenty-five cents each towards the erection of a church in Washington. Some ministers seemed to doubt the expediency, in view of the present revolutionary state of affairs. Bishop Paine said that as this church was to be built in the Virginia Conference, it was expected in the South that this Conference would do a great deal towards that object.--This enterprise was one of great interest.--Numbers of members of the Southern Church visited Washington, some of them were in Congress. He wished there were more Christian men there, (Amen.) The ground occupied by the Church South, was the conservative ground — suitable a like to Kansas and Nebraska, to Virginia and to Maryland--(a voice, and Maine,) yes, to Maine, and if anything will suit all New England, to all New England. It was not proposed to ask any one for a co