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n were made supernumeraries and Rev. Mr. Mauzie located. The following standing committees were appointed: Board of Stewards--J. H. Davis, W. M. Ward, B. H. Johnson, H. H. Gray. L. S. Reed, J. M. Sanders, J. L. Clark, P. A. Peterson, J. Manning, J. Slougn. Committee on Education.--W. A. Smith, D. S. Doggett, A. G. Brown, Leo Rosser, N. Head, W. B. Rowzie, J. E. Edwards, J. A. Duncan, J. C. Gianbury, J. Lear. Committee on the Publishing Interests of the Church.--H. B. Cowies, W. W. Bennett, L. Rosser, P. Whitehead, J. S. Blackwell, G. H. Nolley, R. Michaels, C. H. Hall, T. H. Hayles, F. J. Boggs. The Bishop then addressed a few words of farewell to the Conference. On motion, the resolution changing the name of the "Richmond Christian Advocate" to the "Virginia Christian Advocate" was reconsidered, and the motion laid on the table. The appointments for the coming year were announced, and at 2 o'clock Saturday morning the Conference adjourned sine die.
The Daily Dispatch: December 3, 1860., [Electronic resource], List of appointments by the Virginia annual Conference of the M. E. Church South. (search)
n; Randolph Macon College, W. A. Smith, President; Danville Female College, James Jamieson, President. Farmville District--William H. Christian, Presiding Elder. Farmville, Nelson Head; Prince Edward. D. J. C. Slaughter, James W. Connelly; Colored Mission to be supplied; Powhatan. W. W. Spain; Chesterfield, John W. Howard, J. K. Powers; Coal Field, W. C. Allen; Amelia, Alfred Wiles; Colored Mission, to be supplied; Nottoway, I. R. Finley; Colored Mission, to be supplied; Lunenburg, P. Whitehead; Colored Mission, to be supplied; Brunswick J. S. R. Clark, B. F. Woodward, sup; Colored Mission, to be supplied; Greensville J. K. Littleton; Northampton. W. L. Dalby, J. C. Garlick, sup; Colored Mission, William Grant. Petersburg District.--R. O. Burton, P. E.--Petersburg: Washington Street, Chas. H. Hall. J. B. Laurens, sup; Union Street, Thomas S. Campbell; Market Street, Robert N. Sledd; City Mission, L. F. Way; High Street, Wm. E. Judkins, J. Kerr, sup; Factories, Thos. H. Bog
ginia Conference, M. E. Church, South--first day. --This body convened in annual session at the Broad Street Methodist Church in this city, yesterday morning. The deliberations of the Conference are presided over by Bishop Pierce, with Rev. P. Whitehead as Secretary, and Rev. P. A. Peterson as Assistant Secretary. The Conference Committee were called, but not being prepared to report the Chair proceeded to call the Conference roll by districts, when each presiding elder reported upon en tried by a civil court and acquitted, and by a committee of the Church, which also acquitted him. He had not been laboring on his circuit since April last. His case was laid over until such time as he shall be present. On motion of Rev. P. Whitehead, Rev. Messrs. Doggett and Langhorne were appointed a Committee on Missions. The following preachers in the local relation were elected to deacons' orders, viz: Jas. R. Griffith, Robert Hardie, Jr., John A Jefferson, Charles Collett, Wm
Virginia Annual (M. E.) Conference. [reported for the Richmond Dispatch.] Thursday, Nov. 25th, 1863. Conference was called to order at 9 o'clock.--Bishop Pierce in the Chair. Revs. J. E. Edwards, Dr. Lee, P. Whitehead, and J. D. Coulling, were elected the Finance Committee of the Book and Tract Society. Rev. W. W. Bennett submitted the report of the Soldiers' Tract Association, which was adopted. --Revs. Dr. Doggett, Dr. Lee, N. Head, J. E. Edwards, and H. B. Cowies, expressed high gratification at the report, which exceeded their highest expectations. Wm. Willis, Jr., and Robert J. Christian, were elected to fill lay vacancies in the Publishing Committee of the Richmond Christian Advocate. The Committee of Twelve, to whom was referred the record of the trial of Rev. P. W. Archer on a charge affecting his moral and ministerial character, (had during the month of October, 1863,) with instructions "to report at the earliest day whether there is any necessity