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New England (United States) (search for this): article 5
re 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 contribution, a quid pro quo was given in every instance, and more than a quid for each quo. Rev. Mr. Edwards expressed a desire to discuss the question, but said that as the New England. It was not proposed to ask any one for a contribution, a quid pro quo was given in every instance, and more than a quid for each quo. Rev. Mr. Edwards expressed a desire to discuss the question, but said that as the session had already been lengthened, he would prefer to do so to-morrow. On his motion, the subject was laid on the table. During the day, in passing the characters of ministers, the name of Wm. P. Twyman was called. Bishop.--"Anything against Brother Twyman I" Mr. Ware, P. E.--"Nothing." Bishop.--"Let him ire". P. E.--"He has retired from labors to rewards — he is dead!" [Sensation] He was faithful and died triumphantly.--[Tears fell freely during the allu
Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 5
hop 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 contribution, a quid pro quo was given in every instance, and more than a quid for each quo. Rev. Mr. Edwards expressed a desire to discuss the question, but said that as the session had already been lengthened, he would prefer to do so to-morrow. On his motion, the subject was laid on the table. During the day, in passing the characte
Kansas (Kansas, United States) (search for this): article 5
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 contribution, a quid pro quo was given in every instance, and more than a quid for each quo. Rev. Mr. Edwards expressed a desire to discuss the question, but said that as the session had already been lengthened, he would prefer to do so to-morrow. On his motion, the subject was laid on the table.
Washington (United States) (search for this): article 5
ny suspicion of disloyalty to his Church or to his State. He eloquently referred to his ancestry and his Virginia birth, and to the education Virginia gave him at her Military Institute, and the oath of allegiance with which he had confirmed his inborn loyalty; an allegiance which he was ready to vindicate at her command anywhere, and at any time, and even with the arms which she had taught him to use. [Sensation.] Mr. W. disapproved the formation of a Southern Methodist Church at Washington city. He thought the arguments by which it was defended insufficient. But if such a Church shall be there, they should be content with a Church adequate to their necessity, not a splendid edifice to gratify pride. Mr. W. was also opposed to the mode of raising the money. Not because of his indifference as to pictures--but he objected to the private character of the enterprise. Suppose Mr. Smithson, on whom everything depended, should died. The enterprise would die with him. Dr
Maine (Maine, United States) (search for this): article 5
gton, 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 contribution, a quid pro quo was given in every instance, and more than a quid for each quo. Rev. Mr. Edwards expressedMaine, and if anything will suit all New England, to all New England. It was not proposed to ask any one for a contribution, a quid pro quo was given in every instance, and more than a quid for each quo. Rev. Mr. Edwards expressed a desire to discuss the question, but said that as the session had already been lengthened, he would prefer to do so to-morrow. On his motion, the subject was laid on the table. During the day, in passing the characters of ministers, the name of Wm. P. Twyman was called. Bishop.--"Anything against Brother Twyman I" Mr. Ware, P. E.--"Nothing." Bishop.--"Let him ire". P. E.--"He has retired from labors to rewards — he is dead!" [Sensation] He was faithful an
Nebraska (Nebraska, United States) (search for this): article 5
ry 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 contribution, a quid pro quo was given in every instance, and more than a quid for each quo. Rev. Mr. Edwards expressed a desire to discuss the question, but said that as the session had already been lengthened, he would prefer to do so to-morrow. On his motion, the subject was laid on the table. During the
William P. Twyman (search for this): article 5
Maine, and if anything will suit all New England, to all New England. It was not proposed to ask any one for a contribution, a quid pro quo was given in every instance, and more than a quid for each quo. Rev. Mr. Edwards expressed a desire to discuss the question, but said that as the session had already been lengthened, he would prefer to do so to-morrow. On his motion, the subject was laid on the table. During the day, in passing the characters of ministers, the name of Wm. P. Twyman was called. Bishop.--"Anything against Brother Twyman I" Mr. Ware, P. E.--"Nothing." Bishop.--"Let him ire". P. E.--"He has retired from labors to rewards — he is dead!" [Sensation] He was faithful and died triumphantly.--[Tears fell freely during the allusion to his last hours. Mr. Early paid a feeling tribute to his memory. Shortly afterwards, the Conference adj'd. On the re-assembling of the Conference Saturday, the case of the Washington Chu
urch 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 contribution, a quid pro quo was given in every instance, and more than a quid for each quo. Rev. Mr. Edwards expressed a desire to discuss the question, but said that as the session had already been lengthened, he would prefer to do so to-morrow. On his motion, the subject was laid on the table. During the day, in passing the characters of ministers, the name of Wm. P. Twyman was called. Bishop.--"Anything against Brother Twyman I" Mr. Ware, P. E.--"Nothing." Bishop.--"Let him ire". P. E.--"He has retired from labors to rewards — he is dead!" [Sensation] H
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
Wheelwright (search for this): article 5
afterwards, the Conference adj'd. On the re-assembling of the Conference Saturday, the case of the Washington Church was again brought up, by a proposition to sell the pictures--"The Methodist Pulpit of the South"--for its benefit. Mr. Wheelwright opposed the resolution, on general grounds. He stated his opinions with reluctance; but he was opposed, as he had always been, to the general policy which had been pursued on "the border." He thought it had been aggressive, and such as gavece as to pictures--but he objected to the private character of the enterprise. Suppose Mr. Smithson, on whom everything depended, should died. The enterprise would die with him. Dr. Lee deeply regretted the course of remark adopted by Mr. Wheelwright. He argued that the Virginia Conference was deeply committed to the enterprise of a Church in Washington. The engraving, the sale of which the resolution was designed to promote, is a credit to the brother who had got it up--"a thing of be
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