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Virginia Conference --Fifth Day.--Rev. E. P. Wilson was placed in a supernumerary relation, at his request. The case of the Rev. F. J. Boggs, who desired to be continued as chaplain of the Seamen's Bethel at Richmond, was taken up. Bishop Paine made numerous inquiries in relation to the Bethel, and afterwards said that he felt impelled to do so, because the Bethel in Mobile had been supplied by the Seaman's Aid Society, with a preacher who was a most dangerous and violent abolition incendiary. He was glad to hear that the appointment in Richmond was in the hands of the local society, and warmly commended it to the approval of the Conference. Messrs. Doggett and Duncan bore testimony to the efficiency and zeal of Mr. Boggs; and his character was passed, and relation continued. Rev. G. W. Langhorne, Presiding Elder of the Lynchburg District, said that during the year his district had many indications of mercy, and several gracious outpourings of the spirit. I