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elected. On motion of Mr. Baker, the visiting clergy and theological students were admitted to seats in the Council. The Bishop announced the standing committees as follows: On the State of the Church.--Rev Dr Minnegerode, Rev R K Meade, Rev John Grammer, Rev Wm H Platt, Judge T S Gholson, Mr N H Massie, Mr J L Bacon, Dr P H Foster. Widows and Orphans of Deceased Clergymen.--Rev C Walker, D D; Mr Samuel Tyree. Episcopal Fund,--Rev G Woodbridge, D D; Col T H Burwell. Second day. The Bishop read his annual report, (heretofore noticed.) Mr. Sprigg moved that so much of the Bishop's report as relates to services for the army, be referred to a committee of three. Motion carried, and Messrs. Gibson, R. K. Meade, and James Galt were appointed on said committee. Dr. Woodbridge moved that a receiver be appointed for funds for a monument to the late Rt. Rev. Wm. Meads, D. D. Motion carried, and Mr. George C. Williams, of Richmond, appointed. Mr