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the report of the Committee on Indian Schools, favoring the establishment of schools among the red men of the West, which was adopted.
The Committee on New Boards reported through their chairman, Rev. Geo. B. Taylor, as follows:
Foreign Mission Board, located in Richmond, Va.--J. B. Jeter, President.
Vice Presidents; Wm. Crane, Md.; J. L. Burrows, Va.; T. E. Skinner, N. C.; J. C. Furman, S. C.; H. A. Tupper, Ga.; L. B. Lane, Ala.; J. H. Martin, Miss.; R. C. Burleson, Texas; P. S. G. Watson, Ark.; J. E. Welch, Mo.; A. D. Sears, Ky.; M. Hillsman, Tenn.; G. W. Samson, D. C.; J. E. Broome, Fla.; F. Courtney, La.; J. B. Taylor, Corresponding Secretary; A. M. Poindexter, Corresponding Secretary; Edwin Wortham, Treasurer; Wm. H. Gwathmey, Recording Secretary; C. T. Wortham, Auditor, Board of Managers; R. Ryland.
Wellington Goddin, C. H. Winston, E. J. Willis, J. S. Coleman, A. P. Fox, J. B. Wood, A. Snead, F. J. Barnes, L. W. Seely, H. K. Ellyson, D. Shaver, J. B. Solomon, Jess