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Southern Baptist Convention. This body assembled in Savannah on the 10th inst., and was called to order by Dr. Richard Fuller, who, it will be remembered, presided over its deliberations two years ago in Richmond. Revs. Wm. C. Crane and Geo. B. Taylor, Secretaries, were in attendance.-- Eleven States are represented in the Convention. The delegates from Virginia are Rev, J. B. Taylor, Rev. A. M. Poindexter, D. D., T. D. Toy. From Maryland, Rev. Richard Fuller, D. D., Charles Stevenson, Rev. G. W. Samson, D. D. From North Carolina, Rev J. L. Pritchard, J. H. Ivey, J. W. Williams, A. T. M. Handy, J. M. Russell, E. W. Henderson, W. Rives. W. H. McIntharles Manly, M. B. Harden, H. S. Haynes, S. A. Creath, J. J. Cloud, Rufus Figh. The following officers of the Convention were elected: President--Rev. Richard Fuller, D. D., of Maryland. Vice-Presidents--Messrs. B. Manly, Senr., of Alabama; Thomas Starks, of Georgia; R. B. C. Howell, of Tennessee; and P. H. Mell, of Ge
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.Biennial meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention. Savannah, Ga., May 9, 1861. There are about a hundred delegates in attendance upon the meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention. Dr. Fuller, of Baltimore, the President, managed to get here by leaving his city by the last vessel which the Government permitted to leave for the South. Rev. Drs. Taylor and Poindexter, from your city, are here. This Convention represents a constituency of 500,000, comprising much wealth and influence.