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Methodist Conference --First Day.--The Methodist Conference of Virginia assembled at Alexandria on Wednesday morning, Bishop Paine presiding. We extract the following from a report of its proceedings: The Conference agreed to sit with open doors during the examinations, which were accordingly proceeded with, as follows: D. S. Doggett, D. D., Presiding Elder of the Richmond District.--Within his district extensive revivals of religion had taken place, and all the enterprises of the Church had met with average success. The city of Richmond was, he thought, decidedly advanced, and promised to become second to few cities in the South. Two elegant Southern Methodist Churches had recently been erected there, making in all five first-class stations in the city. He regretted a falling off in the class meeting system, which he thought in an almost hopelessly declining condition. He regretted this state of things, for he felt that upon these instrumentalities depended, to a