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ipient of a Bible from his congregation at the close of his pastorship, and his labors have been blessed. Passed. John Bailey, now in Europe. A letter from him was read, stating that he felt it necessary to remain in Europe until May next. As a Southern preacher, he had met with but little sympathy, except among his own relatives.--He had, however, taken occasion to disabuse the minds of many persons in relation to slavery, and had not been without good results following his preaching. Leave was granted Mr. Bailey to remain in Europe until the 1st of May. Leonidas Rosser said he had much less time to preach than he desired. He had, however, expressed the great desire within him to prosecute at all times the work of the ministry.--Passed. E. P. Wilson, suffering under disease of the throat, and had been advised to remove to Florida. Passed. And after a short recess, to allow a meeting of the Conference Missionary Society, the Conference, at 1 o'clock, adjourned.
$20 reward. --Ranaway from Mr. W. J. Worsham, about the 1st of May last, a Negro Woman, named Isabella. She belonged to Ro. B. Corbin, of Caroline, and may be lurking about his farm, where she has a child, or in this city, where she has been hired for several years past. She is of middle size and dark brown complexion. She wore ear rings, and was quite tidy in her dress. The above reward will be paid upon her delivery to us, or her confinement in jail where we can get her. Edwin Wortham & Co. oc 12--sw2m&no 8--d2w