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f the West, which was adopted. The Committee on New Boards reported through their chairman, Rev. Geo. B. Taylor, as follows: Foreign Mission Board, located in Richmond, Va.--J. B. Jeter, President. Vice Presidents; Wm. Crane, Md.; J. L. Burrows, Va.; T. E. Skinner, N. C.; J. C. Furman, S. C.; H. A. Tupper, Ga.; L. B. Lane, Ala.; J. H. Martin, Miss.; R. C. Burleson, Texas; P. S. G. Watson, Ark.; J. E. Welch, Mo.; A. D. Sears, Ky.; M. Hillsman, Tenn.; G. W. Samson, D. C.; J. E. Broome the table. The committee on time and place of next meeting reported, through Rev. S. Landrum, in favor of Friday before the second Sabbath in May, 1863--the place Columbus, Mississippi--preacher Rev. Wm. Williams, of S. C.; Alternate, Rev. J. L. Burrows, of Va. The report was laid on the table temporarily. Rev. George Bushyhead, a Cherokee Indian, was introduced by Rev. S. Landrum, and addressed the Convention in favor of his church and congregation in North Carolina. Rev.