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any D. First New York, Volunteers, under command of Lieut. ingersoll, to a house belonging to Baker P. Lee, about three miles from camp. For the last month the only occupants of the house have been a poor white woman and three negresses. Some days ago Lee sent a messenger to this white woman, warning her to leave the house, as he purposed to burn it down over her head. The woman was, of courser homes, they left their slaves amply provided with food, clothing and comfortable quarters. Baker P. Lee, Esq., whose residence is within three miles of Newport's News, returned to his farm a few dally, but with joyous demonstrations of unshaken fidelity.--Having secured his family portraits, Mr. Lee again, in sadness, turned away from his home and returned to the residence of a relative in a p her Yankee friends — the despoilers of that "old homestead" she was so loathe to leave. Baker P. Lee, Jr. P. S.--Other editors in whose columns the Newport News letter appeared, would oblige me b
The Daily Dispatch: November 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], Proceedings of the Methodist Annual Conference. (search)
s the admission of persons into the traveling connection on trial. The several districts were called in order. Dr. Lee desired to make a remark, that we ought now and ever to be very careful in the admission of young men. For lack of this,fe is far more important." That, upon the concurrent testimony of sundry preachers, was all right. On the motion of Dr. Lee, a committee of three was appointed to prepare resolutions expressive of the sympathy of the Conference with the Methodists in the Valley of Virginia connected with the Baltimore Annual Conference. Committee--Messrs. Lee, Granberry, and Davis. Rev. Nelson Head was subsequently added by special motion. Dr. Lee called attention to certain debts of the Richmond DeDr. Lee called attention to certain debts of the Richmond Depository, and requested that those indebted to the concern would on Monday pay him all or part of their indebtedness, to enable him to pay at least the interest upon the outstanding indebtedness of the concern. The hour of adjournment having ar