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Middlesex Village (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 19
ahannock Baptist Association. Re x County, July 24, 1861. To-day the Rappabannock Baptist Association closed its annual meeting. As this is one of the largest religious bodies in the State, a few lines in regard to this great convocation may not be unacceptable to your many readers. Rev. A. Bagby, of King and Queen, preached the introductory sermon. Rev. A. Hall, a member of the Virginia Convention from Lancaster and Northumberland, was chosen Moderator; Rev. T. B. Evans, of Middlesex, Clerk, and S. S. Gresham, Esq., Treasurer. From the reading of the letters, it seemed that the churches had enjoyed a prosperous year, though the number of additions was smaller than that reported last session. Rev. James B. Taylor advocated the claims of Foreign Missions. Rev. A. Broaddus, in to of Kentucky, appeared on the agent of the Greenville Theological Seminsry. Rev. A. E. Dickinson spoke in behalf of Colportage, and $200 were contributed to publish tracks for the sold
S. S. Gresham (search for this): article 19
tion. Re x County, July 24, 1861. To-day the Rappabannock Baptist Association closed its annual meeting. As this is one of the largest religious bodies in the State, a few lines in regard to this great convocation may not be unacceptable to your many readers. Rev. A. Bagby, of King and Queen, preached the introductory sermon. Rev. A. Hall, a member of the Virginia Convention from Lancaster and Northumberland, was chosen Moderator; Rev. T. B. Evans, of Middlesex, Clerk, and S. S. Gresham, Esq., Treasurer. From the reading of the letters, it seemed that the churches had enjoyed a prosperous year, though the number of additions was smaller than that reported last session. Rev. James B. Taylor advocated the claims of Foreign Missions. Rev. A. Broaddus, in to of Kentucky, appeared on the agent of the Greenville Theological Seminsry. Rev. A. E. Dickinson spoke in behalf of Colportage, and $200 were contributed to publish tracks for the soldiers. Several excellent
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.annual meeting of the Rappahannock Baptist Association. Re x County, July 24, 1861. To-day the Rappabannock Baptist Association closed its annual meeting. As this is one of the largest religious bodies in the State, a few lines in regard to this great convocation may not be unacceptable to your many readers. Rev. A. Bagby, of King and Queen, preached the introductory sermon. Rev. A. Hall, a member of the Virginia Convention from Lancaster and Northumberland, was chosen Moderator; Rev. T. B. Evans, of Middlesex, Clerk, and S. S. Gresham, Esq., Treasurer. From the reading of the letters, it seemed that the churches had enjoyed a prosperous year, though the number of additions was smaller than that reported last session. Rev. James B. Taylor advocated the claims of Foreign Missions. Rev. A. Broaddus, in to of Kentucky, appeared on the agent of the Greenville Theological Seminsry. Rev. A. E. Dickinson spoke in behalf of C
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.annual meeting of the Rappahannock Baptist Association. Re x County, July 24, 1861. To-day the Rappabannock Baptist Association closed its annual meeting. As this is one of the largest religious bodies in the State, a few lines in regard to this great convocation may not be unacceptable to your many readers. Rev. A. Bagby, of King and Queen, preached the introductory sermon. Rev. A. Hall, a member of the Virginia Convention from Lancaster and Northumberland, was chosen Moderator; Rev. T. B. Evans, of Middlesex, Clerk, and S. S. Gresham, Esq., Treasurer. From the reading of the letters, it seemed that the churches had enjoyed a prosperous year, though the number of additions was smaller than that reported last session. Rev. James B. Taylor advocated the claims of Foreign Missions. Rev. A. Broaddus, in to of Kentucky, appeared on the agent of the Greenville Theological Seminsry. Rev. A. E. Dickinson spoke in behalf of C
A. E. Dickinson (search for this): article 19
inia Convention from Lancaster and Northumberland, was chosen Moderator; Rev. T. B. Evans, of Middlesex, Clerk, and S. S. Gresham, Esq., Treasurer. From the reading of the letters, it seemed that the churches had enjoyed a prosperous year, though the number of additions was smaller than that reported last session. Rev. James B. Taylor advocated the claims of Foreign Missions. Rev. A. Broaddus, in to of Kentucky, appeared on the agent of the Greenville Theological Seminsry. Rev. A. E. Dickinson spoke in behalf of Colportage, and $200 were contributed to publish tracks for the soldiers. Several excellent reports were read and discussed by Revs. R. H. Bagey, J. G. Council, A. Broaddus, Jr. H. W. Montague, and other distinguished speakers. A resolution was adopted requesting all the churches to make special collections to aid in printing Testaments and Tracts for the Southern army. The attendance was very large, considering the excited state of the country, and the m
James B. Taylor (search for this): article 19
nvocation may not be unacceptable to your many readers. Rev. A. Bagby, of King and Queen, preached the introductory sermon. Rev. A. Hall, a member of the Virginia Convention from Lancaster and Northumberland, was chosen Moderator; Rev. T. B. Evans, of Middlesex, Clerk, and S. S. Gresham, Esq., Treasurer. From the reading of the letters, it seemed that the churches had enjoyed a prosperous year, though the number of additions was smaller than that reported last session. Rev. James B. Taylor advocated the claims of Foreign Missions. Rev. A. Broaddus, in to of Kentucky, appeared on the agent of the Greenville Theological Seminsry. Rev. A. E. Dickinson spoke in behalf of Colportage, and $200 were contributed to publish tracks for the soldiers. Several excellent reports were read and discussed by Revs. R. H. Bagey, J. G. Council, A. Broaddus, Jr. H. W. Montague, and other distinguished speakers. A resolution was adopted requesting all the churches to make special col
A. Broaddus (search for this): article 19
From the reading of the letters, it seemed that the churches had enjoyed a prosperous year, though the number of additions was smaller than that reported last session. Rev. James B. Taylor advocated the claims of Foreign Missions. Rev. A. Broaddus, in to of Kentucky, appeared on the agent of the Greenville Theological Seminsry. Rev. A. E. Dickinson spoke in behalf of Colportage, and $200 were contributed to publish tracks for the soldiers. Several excellent reports were read and disColportage, and $200 were contributed to publish tracks for the soldiers. Several excellent reports were read and discussed by Revs. R. H. Bagey, J. G. Council, A. Broaddus, Jr. H. W. Montague, and other distinguished speakers. A resolution was adopted requesting all the churches to make special collections to aid in printing Testaments and Tracts for the Southern army. The attendance was very large, considering the excited state of the country, and the meeting one of much interest.
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.annual meeting of the Rappahannock Baptist Association. Re x County, July 24, 1861. To-day the Rappabannock Baptist Association closed its annual meeting. As this is one of the largest religious bodies in the State, a few lines in regard to this great convocation may not be unacceptable to your many readers. Rev. A. Bagby, of King and Queen, preached the introductory sermon. Rev. A. Hall, a member of the Virginia Convention from Lancaster and Northumberland, was chosen Moderator; Rev. T. B. Evans, of Middlesex, Clerk, and S. S. Gresham, Esq., Treasurer. From the reading of the letters, it seemed that the churches had enjoyed a prosperous year, though the number of additions was smaller than that reported last session. Rev. James B. Taylor advocated the claims of Foreign Missions. Rev. A. Broaddus, in to of Kentucky, appeared on the agent of the Greenville Theological Seminsry. Rev. A. E. Dickinson spoke in behalf of
H. W. Montague (search for this): article 19
and Northumberland, was chosen Moderator; Rev. T. B. Evans, of Middlesex, Clerk, and S. S. Gresham, Esq., Treasurer. From the reading of the letters, it seemed that the churches had enjoyed a prosperous year, though the number of additions was smaller than that reported last session. Rev. James B. Taylor advocated the claims of Foreign Missions. Rev. A. Broaddus, in to of Kentucky, appeared on the agent of the Greenville Theological Seminsry. Rev. A. E. Dickinson spoke in behalf of Colportage, and $200 were contributed to publish tracks for the soldiers. Several excellent reports were read and discussed by Revs. R. H. Bagey, J. G. Council, A. Broaddus, Jr. H. W. Montague, and other distinguished speakers. A resolution was adopted requesting all the churches to make special collections to aid in printing Testaments and Tracts for the Southern army. The attendance was very large, considering the excited state of the country, and the meeting one of much interest.
T. B. Evans (search for this): article 19
eeting of the Rappahannock Baptist Association. Re x County, July 24, 1861. To-day the Rappabannock Baptist Association closed its annual meeting. As this is one of the largest religious bodies in the State, a few lines in regard to this great convocation may not be unacceptable to your many readers. Rev. A. Bagby, of King and Queen, preached the introductory sermon. Rev. A. Hall, a member of the Virginia Convention from Lancaster and Northumberland, was chosen Moderator; Rev. T. B. Evans, of Middlesex, Clerk, and S. S. Gresham, Esq., Treasurer. From the reading of the letters, it seemed that the churches had enjoyed a prosperous year, though the number of additions was smaller than that reported last session. Rev. James B. Taylor advocated the claims of Foreign Missions. Rev. A. Broaddus, in to of Kentucky, appeared on the agent of the Greenville Theological Seminsry. Rev. A. E. Dickinson spoke in behalf of Colportage, and $200 were contributed to publish tr
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