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the breaking out of the war. The field of the labors of our missionaries is now in the possession of the enemy. Two feeble churches in our lines having appealed for aid, the necessary funds were contributed by the First and Second Baptist Churches of the city of Richmond. Various resolutions were presented, when, on motion, a special committee of nine was appointed to consider all the resolutions offered relative to the State Mission Board, Dr. Jeter chairman of said committee. Dr. W. F. Broaddus read the report of the committee on the subject of the best methods of giving religious instruction to the colored people. The committee refer to the manifest improvement which has been made in Virginia in the religious and moral condition of our colored people within the past thirty or forty years, instead of dreams and visions, as was formerly the case. We now hear from the colored people who join our churches an intelligent account of the work of grace in their hearts, accompa