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Virginia Conference --Seventh Day.--The application of George S. May for admission to a traveling connection, was taken up, and it was opposed on the ground that he was a married man. Rev. Mr. Burton warmly opposed the policy proposed. He thought that an ordained minister on every circuit to administer the sacraments would add largely to the Church. A minister's wife was a helpmate in the ministry, not a hindrance. If there was not a man on each circuit who would not board a preacher's wife, when her husband gave them the bread of life, it was a shame. He spoke at length and with much effect. Rev. Mr. Cross said that Mr. Smithson had authorized him to say that what Mr. May failed to get of $400 per annum, he would make up. Mr. Branch, of Petersburg, (lay delegate,)--"If he don't, I will." The question was taken, and Mr. May admitted into the traveling connection. The Board of Stewards made a report upon certain memorials from the Petersburg and Lynch