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The Daily Dispatch: November 20, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: March 14, 1865., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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nce. [reported for the Richmond Dispatch.] Thursday, Nov. 25th, 1863. Conference was called to order at 9 o'clock.--Bishop Pierce in the Chair. Revs. J. E. Edwards, Dr. Lee, P. Whitehead, and J. D. Coulling, were elected the Finance Committee of the Book and Tract Society. Rev. W. W. Bennett submitted the report of the Soldiers' Tract Association, which was adopted. --Revs. Dr. Doggett, Dr. Lee, N. Head, J. E. Edwards, and H. B. Cowies, expressed high gratification at the report, which exceeded their highest expectations. Wm. Willis, Jr., and Robert J. Christian, were elected to fill lay vacancies in the Publishing Committee of the Ricuccess in the past, and therefore it should be removed to a more convenient point. Lynchburg was brought before the Conference as a suitable place for the College. Danville was also spoken of. Rev. Dr. Lee, J. E. Edwards, and others, urged its removal for some very important reasons. The Conference then adjourned.
The Daily Dispatch: November 28, 1863., [Electronic resource], Army of Tennessee, Missionary Ridge, Nov. 22. (search)
ond District — Jas D Coulling, Presiding Bider. Centenary --D. S. Doggett. Broad Street — James a Duncan. Trinity — J. E. Edwards, J Balley. African Mission — G. W. Nolley. Oregon--to be supplied. Clay Street -- Wm. H. Christian, S. T. Moorman, iddick, sup'y. Greensville — Wm. L Daiby, R. O. Burton. Northampton — E F Witson, J C Garlick, sup'y. Bertle — Joseph J Edwards, Geo W Robertson, Robert I Carson. Murfreesboro'--J H Riddick. Southampton — The A Pierce, Jos Arnold, sup'y. Southamp— W C Blount. Lynchburg District.--P A Peterson, Presiding Eider. Centenary --L M Lee. Colored Mission — Francis M Edwards. Court Street — R N Sledd. Coloreed Mission — To be supplied. Amherst — John W Howard, R W Watts, D. J. C. Staughter, Chaplains — Jas. E. Joyner P R August W. W Serry, J B Fitzpatrick, J E McSearran, James P Gariand, George F Booker, W E Edwards, Robert Hardie, Jr., W. W Duncan, T. A Were, J G Biedene, Robert B Beadless, S V Hoyle, J J Laffert
ss, the Rev. Dr. William A. Smith, President of Randolph Macon College, presided over the deliberations of the meetings. We append the following appointments for the Richmond District for the current year, ending November, 1865: Richmond District.--James D. Couling, Presiding Elder.--Centenary, D. S. Doggett; African Mission, G. W. Nolley; Gregon, to be supplied; Clay Street, W. H. Christian, S. T. Moorman, supernumerary; Sidney, to be supplied; Broad Street, J. A. Duncan; Trinity, J. E. Edwards, A. J. Beckwith, supernumerary; Rocketts Mission, to be supplied; Union, L. M. Lee. W. A. Robinson; Manchester, to be supplied, B. B. Dey, supernumerary; Gloucester, Wm. G. Hammond, J. W. Tucker, supernumerary; Mathews, James E. Martin; King William, to be supplied; King and Queen, John G; Rowe; Middlesex, H. P. Mitchell; Lancaster, W. F. Bain, Cyrus Doggett; Westmoreland, John M. Saunders; Caroline, Agent diers' Tract Association; Leonidas Rosser, Missionary at the Fortifications aroun
Public meeting at the African Church. --A public meeting of the citizens of Richmond will be held this (Tuesday) evening in the African Church, at half-past 7 o'clock. A proposition, designed to further the interests of the Confederacy and assist in the great struggle for independence, will be presented and discussed. Addresses may be expected from Hon. J. W. Moore, of Kentucky, Rev. J. E. Edwards, of this city, and others. A general attendance is requested.
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