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Going South. --Hon. Chas. L. Scott, late member of Congress from California, has determined to settle in Alabama. He is a son of Hon. Robt. G. Scott, formerly a distinguished lawyer of Richmond, who some years ago emigrated to the State to which his son is about to remove.
e pupils, at 3 P. M., of to-day. It was accepted. The Stewards made their call, which consumed the morning hour. The report of the Trustees of the Baltimore Female College was presented and referred to the Committee on Seminaries. Likewise one from the Female College at Annapolis. Exhibit of the Methodist Book Concern was sent to file without reading. The order of the day — the memorials on subject of Church — was taken up. The following questions were propounded to Bishop Scott: By J. W. Bull.--Does not the action of the late General Conference, as embodied in the New Chapter, relate to Slavery as found in the M. E. Church? Answer.--I am not sure that I understand the question. The action of the late General Conference relates. I suppose, to slavery as popularly understood to exist in the M. E. Church. But the New Chapter assumes that slavery, as defined in that chapter, does not exist at all in the M. E. Church. By A. W. Wilson.--Has a Presidi