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Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 6
. D., Charles Stevenson, Rev. G. W. Samson, D. D. From North Carolina, Rev J. L. Pritchard, J. H. Ivey, J. W. Williams, A. T. M. Handy, J. M. Russell, E. W. Henderson, W. Rives. W. H. McIntosh, Charles Manly, M. B. Harden, H. S. Haynes, S. A. Creath, J. J. Cloud, Rufus Figh. The following officers of the Convention were elected: President--Rev. Richard Fuller, D. D., of Maryland. Vice-Presidents--Messrs. B. Manly, Senr., of Alabama; Thomas Starks, of Georgia; R. B. C. Howell, of Tennessee; and P. H. Mell, of Georgia. Secretaries--Messrs. Wm. Carey Crane, of Louisiana, and Geo. B. Taylor, of Virginia. Treasurer — W. Y. Leech, of South Carolina. President's Address. Beloved Brethren: You require from me no expression of gratitude for the honor thus conferred upon me the second time. Were it proper, I could say much, for my burthened heart would, I know, be cheered by your sympathies. But there are times for brief speeches and vigorous action; and as I wi
Mexico (Mexico, Mexico) (search for this): article 6
ondly, the confounding of the Board with other kindred enterprises, thereby diverting funds that might otherwise have been realized; and thirdly, by the revolutionary condition of the country, which has well night, for the present, paralyzed their labors. The State Boards have done much in a similar work, and this Board hope that they may take the entire labor within the States upon themselves, leaving to the Southern Board the Territories, Indian Tribes, and the semi-barbarous countries of Mexico and Central America. The report was referred to a committee. The Treasurer's report was then read by the Corresponding Secretary. On motion, Resolved. That a committee be appointed to recommend such verbal changes in the Constitution and Minutes as may be necessary, growing out of the recent formation of the Southern Confederacy. The Board of Domestic Missions reported, through M. T. Sumner, Corresponding Secretary. The report is very elaborate, embracing a vast amo
North America (search for this): article 6
ion, which he fervently prayed God would overrule to the good of the people and His own glory. The report of the Board of Foreign Missions was then read by Rev. J. P. Boyce. It represents most of the missions in a flourishing condition. The Treasurer shows a receipt of $45,284.87, disbursements of $40,204,48. Balance on hand $4,990.39. The Committee on Constitutional Changes reported as follows, through their Chairman, Mr. Taylor: "The committee to recommend such verbal changes in the Constitution and Minutes as may be necessary, growing out of the recent formation of the Southern Confederacy, report: "In the preamble, for 'United States,' substitute 'Southern States of North America' In the Constitution, Article H., for 'United States,' substitute 'Confederate States and other Southern States.' The reports to conform to the above changes. George B. Taylor, Julius J. Fleming, R. B. C. Howell." Nothing else of importance occurred the first day.
Savannah (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 6
Southern Baptist Convention. This body assembled in Savannah on the 10th inst., and was called to order by Dr. Richard Fuller, who, it will be remembered, presided over its deliberations two years ago in Richmond. Revs. Wm. C. Crane and Geo. B. Taylor, Secretaries, were in attendance.-- Eleven States are represented in the Convention. The delegates from Virginia are Rev, J. B. Taylor, Rev. A. M. Poindexter, D. D., T. D. Toy. From Maryland, Rev. Richard Fuller, D. D., Charles Stevenson, Rev. G. W. Samson, D. D. From North Carolina, Rev J. L. Pritchard, J. H. Ivey, J. W. Williams, A. T. M. Handy, J. M. Russell, E. W. Henderson, W. Rives. W. H. McIntosh, Charles Manly, M. B. Harden, H. S. Haynes, S. A. Creath, J. J. Cloud, Rufus Figh. The following officers of the Convention were elected: President--Rev. Richard Fuller, D. D., of Maryland. Vice-Presidents--Messrs. B. Manly, Senr., of Alabama; Thomas Starks, of Georgia; R. B. C. Howell, of Tennessee; and P. H. Mell, of
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 6
the Convention were elected: President--Rev. Richard Fuller, D. D., of Maryland. Vice-Presidents--Messrs. B. Manly, Senr., of Alabama; Thomas Starks, of Georgia; R. B. C. Howell, of Tennessee; and P. H. Mell, of Georgia. Secretaries--Messrs. Wm. Carey Crane, of Louisiana, and Geo. B. Taylor, of Virginia. TreasurGeorgia. Secretaries--Messrs. Wm. Carey Crane, of Louisiana, and Geo. B. Taylor, of Virginia. Treasurer — W. Y. Leech, of South Carolina. President's Address. Beloved Brethren: You require from me no expression of gratitude for the honor thus conferred upon me the second time. Were it proper, I could say much, for my burthened heart would, I know, be cheered by your sympathies. But there are times for brief speeches anGeo. B. Taylor, of Virginia. Treasurer — W. Y. Leech, of South Carolina. President's Address. Beloved Brethren: You require from me no expression of gratitude for the honor thus conferred upon me the second time. Were it proper, I could say much, for my burthened heart would, I know, be cheered by your sympathies. But there are times for brief speeches and vigorous action; and as I wish to impress the truth upon you, I will set the example. Let me but utter this reflection, that as we are in the midst of perilous and most exasperating times, so we ought to give the more earnest heed to ourselves, lest at any moment we forget the spirit of Jesus, which ought to breathe in all
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 6
is body assembled in Savannah on the 10th inst., and was called to order by Dr. Richard Fuller, who, it will be remembered, presided over its deliberations two years ago in Richmond. Revs. Wm. C. Crane and Geo. B. Taylor, Secretaries, were in attendance.-- Eleven States are represented in the Convention. The delegates from Virginia are Rev, J. B. Taylor, Rev. A. M. Poindexter, D. D., T. D. Toy. From Maryland, Rev. Richard Fuller, D. D., Charles Stevenson, Rev. G. W. Samson, D. D. From North Carolina, Rev J. L. Pritchard, J. H. Ivey, J. W. Williams, A. T. M. Handy, J. M. Russell, E. W. Henderson, W. Rives. W. H. McIntosh, Charles Manly, M. B. Harden, H. S. Haynes, S. A. Creath, J. J. Cloud, Rufus Figh. The following officers of the Convention were elected: President--Rev. Richard Fuller, D. D., of Maryland. Vice-Presidents--Messrs. B. Manly, Senr., of Alabama; Thomas Starks, of Georgia; R. B. C. Howell, of Tennessee; and P. H. Mell, of Georgia. Secretaries--Messrs. Wm
South Carolina (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 6
on, W. Rives. W. H. McIntosh, Charles Manly, M. B. Harden, H. S. Haynes, S. A. Creath, J. J. Cloud, Rufus Figh. The following officers of the Convention were elected: President--Rev. Richard Fuller, D. D., of Maryland. Vice-Presidents--Messrs. B. Manly, Senr., of Alabama; Thomas Starks, of Georgia; R. B. C. Howell, of Tennessee; and P. H. Mell, of Georgia. Secretaries--Messrs. Wm. Carey Crane, of Louisiana, and Geo. B. Taylor, of Virginia. Treasurer — W. Y. Leech, of South Carolina. President's Address. Beloved Brethren: You require from me no expression of gratitude for the honor thus conferred upon me the second time. Were it proper, I could say much, for my burthened heart would, I know, be cheered by your sympathies. But there are times for brief speeches and vigorous action; and as I wish to impress the truth upon you, I will set the example. Let me but utter this reflection, that as we are in the midst of perilous and most exasperating times,
Central America (search for this): article 6
unding of the Board with other kindred enterprises, thereby diverting funds that might otherwise have been realized; and thirdly, by the revolutionary condition of the country, which has well night, for the present, paralyzed their labors. The State Boards have done much in a similar work, and this Board hope that they may take the entire labor within the States upon themselves, leaving to the Southern Board the Territories, Indian Tribes, and the semi-barbarous countries of Mexico and Central America. The report was referred to a committee. The Treasurer's report was then read by the Corresponding Secretary. On motion, Resolved. That a committee be appointed to recommend such verbal changes in the Constitution and Minutes as may be necessary, growing out of the recent formation of the Southern Confederacy. The Board of Domestic Missions reported, through M. T. Sumner, Corresponding Secretary. The report is very elaborate, embracing a vast amount of Christia
Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 6
years ago in Richmond. Revs. Wm. C. Crane and Geo. B. Taylor, Secretaries, were in attendance.-- Eleven States are represented in the Convention. The delegates from Virginia are Rev, J. B. Taylor, Rev. A. M. Poindexter, D. D., T. D. Toy. From Maryland, Rev. Richard Fuller, D. D., Charles Stevenson, Rev. G. W. Samson, D. D. From North Carolina, Rev J. L. Pritchard, J. H. Ivey, J. W. Williams, A. T. M. Handy, J. M. Russell, E. W. Henderson, W. Rives. W. H. McIntosh, Charles Manly, M. B. Harden, H. S. Haynes, S. A. Creath, J. J. Cloud, Rufus Figh. The following officers of the Convention were elected: President--Rev. Richard Fuller, D. D., of Maryland. Vice-Presidents--Messrs. B. Manly, Senr., of Alabama; Thomas Starks, of Georgia; R. B. C. Howell, of Tennessee; and P. H. Mell, of Georgia. Secretaries--Messrs. Wm. Carey Crane, of Louisiana, and Geo. B. Taylor, of Virginia. Treasurer — W. Y. Leech, of South Carolina. President's Address. Beloved Brethren:
Alabama (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 6
D. D., T. D. Toy. From Maryland, Rev. Richard Fuller, D. D., Charles Stevenson, Rev. G. W. Samson, D. D. From North Carolina, Rev J. L. Pritchard, J. H. Ivey, J. W. Williams, A. T. M. Handy, J. M. Russell, E. W. Henderson, W. Rives. W. H. McIntosh, Charles Manly, M. B. Harden, H. S. Haynes, S. A. Creath, J. J. Cloud, Rufus Figh. The following officers of the Convention were elected: President--Rev. Richard Fuller, D. D., of Maryland. Vice-Presidents--Messrs. B. Manly, Senr., of Alabama; Thomas Starks, of Georgia; R. B. C. Howell, of Tennessee; and P. H. Mell, of Georgia. Secretaries--Messrs. Wm. Carey Crane, of Louisiana, and Geo. B. Taylor, of Virginia. Treasurer — W. Y. Leech, of South Carolina. President's Address. Beloved Brethren: You require from me no expression of gratitude for the honor thus conferred upon me the second time. Were it proper, I could say much, for my burthened heart would, I know, be cheered by your sympathies. But there are
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