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y have decided upon, notwithstanding all our commissions and pleas for peace, may be arrested by that Supreme power who maketh the wrath of man to praise him; and that thus, through a Divine blessing, the prosperity of these sovereign and once allied States may be restored under the two Governments to which they now and hence forth respectively belong. 8th. Resolved, We do recommend to the Churches of the Baptist denomination in the Southern States, to observe the first and second days of June, as days of humiliation, fasting and prayer to Almighty God, that he may avert any calamities due to our sins as a people, and may look with mercy and favor upon us. 9th.Resolved. that whatever calamities may come upon us, our firm trust and hope are in God, through the atonement of his Son, and We earnestly beseech the Churches represented in this body, (a constituency of six or seven hundred thousand Christians,) that they be fervent and importunate in prayer, not only for the country, b
red in two cases pending against Albert L. Riddle for passing counterfeit notes, he having escaped from jail last February. The appeal of Wm. Scott, a free person of color, from the judgment of the Recorder, ordering him 39 lashes for indecent and insulting language to a white person, was heard by the Court, and affirmed. David W Hughes was put on trial for allowing an unlawful assembly of negroes and gambling in his house, and the jury not agreeing, the case was continued until the June term. Mordecai Carnell was tried for allowing his slave to go at large; being found guilty, ordered that he pay a fine of $10 and costs, or said slave be sold in satisfaction. Richard Thompson, a free negro, was tried for stealing sundry articles of wearing apparel from Gus A. Keen, T. J. Baldwin, Peter C. Williams and Samuel Scott, on the6th day of May; and being adjudged guilty, he was ordered to be sold into absolute slavery. A rule was awarded against Geo. D. Harwood, to sh