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d there he stood himself. Kentucky was virtually out of the Union, as she had refused to furnish money or men for the wicked crusade against the South. President Fuller said, there was no difficulty on his mind. He voted here for himself, upon his solemn convictions of duty, his conscience and before God. It mattered not woards, postpone or alter the place of the meeting of the Convention, when it may be deemed by him inexpedient to convene at the time or place appointed. President Fuller moved and obtained leave of absence for the remainder of the session. Domestic obligations, and the unhappy condition of affairs in his State and city, maded, unanimously, that this Convention would do injustice to its sentiments and convictions, if it should not thus publicly acknowledge its sense of regard to the Rev. Dr. Fuller, President of this body and chairman of its Committee on the State of the Country, and also the others of its members who are citizens of the Border States,
The Baptist Convention and the State of the country. --The report of the Special Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention on the State of the Country, which will be found in our present issue, will attract attention. It borrows additional interest from the fact that it comes from the pen of that able divine and true patriot, Dr. Fuller, who, though a citizen of the old Union under temporary compulsion, gives all the sympathies of his heart to the South in her present struggle. The tone of the report, so strongly contrasting with the bloody appeals for vengeance uttered in Northern pulpits, must ensure for it Divine favor. Let all men read and respond to it.