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Russellville (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 2
Southern Baptist Convention. --The Board of Foreign Missions, at a meeting held in this city on Wednesday, determined that the next meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention shall be held at Russellville, Ky., on Tuesday, May 22d, 1867. The last meeting of this body was not held in consequence of the condition of the country during the war, and the important questions which are to come up for discussion at its approaching session will draw together a large number of delegates from all the Southern States, and probably representatives from the principal Boards of Missions of the Northern Baptist Churches.
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Southern Baptist Convention. --The Board of Foreign Missions, at a meeting held in this city on Wednesday, determined that the next meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention shall be held at Russellville, Ky., on Tuesday, May 22d, 1867. The last meeting of this body was not held in consequence of the condition of the country during the war, and the important questions which are to come up for discussion at its approaching session will draw together a large number of delegates from all the Southern States, and probably representatives from the principal Boards of Missions of the Northern Baptist Churches.