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By W. T. D. Clemm — Is the new chapter to be regarded as containing the doctrine and belief of the Church on slavery? Answer.--The new chapter contains admo and advice, and from its position in the church claims to be the doctrine of the on slavery. By B. F. Brooke.--Is not every man a sinner against God and nature who holds a slave, by the sense of the new chapter on slavery in the Discipline? Answer.--He is, in the sense of the Discipline whatever that sense is. Cornelius.--Is not, under the Discipline the duty of each minister to engage in ..efforts for the abolition of slavery? Answer.--Not more so under the present and under the former Discipline. A Griffith said that the New Chapter was pronouns. It was passed to give offence to the South. The old Methodist preachers, their God chosen, but despised of men, built to the Church. Guided by the Methodist preacher's mark — a sapling at each bend in the road pulled down, and half the top broken