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L. W. Allen (search for this): article 1
." Rev. A. B. Brown read a report from the Foreign Mission Board, from which it appears that Baptist missionaries in heathen lands are laboring with hopefulness and success. This report gave rise to an interesting discussion, in which Revs. L. W. Allen, J. B. Taylor, A. M. Poindexter, G. W. Sampson, and A. Broaddus, participated. Rev. Geo. B. Taylor reported the following important preamble and resolutions: The Committee to whom was referred so much of the Report of the S. S. anhas already advised the Church to hold. Dr. Seeley sustained this resolution in an able speech. He urged that weekly collections would immensely augment the aggregate amount of donations to our religious enterprises. Rev. J. C. Long, of Norfolk, read the Bible Board report, which was discussed by Revs. L. W. Allen, A. B. Brown, J. C. Long, A. E. Dickinson, and others. The report urges the importance of taking active steps for distributing Bibles and Testaments among the soldiers.
in the end, and we shall be recognized, as we shall inevitably be, by European Powers and the United States as a distinct confederacy, a scene of prosperity, unexampled in our past career, will open upon us, and then we shall call on every lover of his country to give holy to the cause of emancipation from ignorance, as he does now to the cause of deliverance from social and political oppression." Rev. A. B. Brown read a report from the Foreign Mission Board, from which it appears that Baptist missionaries in heathen lands are laboring with hopefulness and success. This report gave rise to an interesting discussion, in which Revs. L. W. Allen, J. B. Taylor, A. M. Poindexter, G. W. Sampson, and A. Broaddus, participated. Rev. Geo. B. Taylor reported the following important preamble and resolutions: The Committee to whom was referred so much of the Report of the S. S. and Colportage Board as refers to colportage among the soldiers of the Confederate Army, beg leave to re
Sam Davis (search for this): article 1
Solomon, G. E. Dabney, J. W. Garlick, James Thomas, Jr; A. F. Harvey, Wm.T. Lindsay, L. W. Seeley, George Minor, T. Binford. Bible Board.Norfolk and Portsmouth.--Thomas Hume, President; John C. Long, 1st Vice President; J. Hendren, 2d Vice President; T. G. Jones, Corresponding Secretary; M. R. Walkinson, Recording Secretary; Thomas D. Toy, Treasurer; J. J. Biggs, Auditor. Other Managers.--Ell Cutterell, B. Thomas, Richard Meads, Wm. H. Morris, Seth March, J. White, O. N. Fetcher, Miles Davis, C. Brinkerhoff, Wm.Wagner. Foreign Mission BoardCharlottesville.--A. B. Brown, President; James Fife, 1st Vice President; Wm.P. Farish, 2d Vice President; B. W. Snead, Corresponding Secretary; James Alexander, Rec. Sec; John T. Randolph, Treasurer; John H. Bibb, Auditor Other Managers.--A. P. Abell. Lewis Sowell, J. E. Massey, Addison Manpin, W. A. Whitescarver, John Simpson, John Hart, Lewis M. Coleman, P. C. Hoge, G. W. Garrett. Domestic Mission Board.Petersburg.--T. G. Keen, P
June 1st, 1861 AD (search for this): article 1
General Baptist Association.[reported for the Richmond Dispatch.] Petersburg, Va., June 1, 1861. The report on Domestic and Indian Missions, which was read by Rev. T. G. Keen, states that during the past year the Board have had in their employ 69 missionaries in the Home field, and 39 among the Indians.--The contributions to the Board for the past year amounts to $43,991,32, of which the Baptists of this State gave $4,933,94. The Committee on place and preacher for next meeting, selected Richmond, and Rev. W. D. Thomas, of Warrenton, to preach the opening sermon. Rev. W. Slate reported in behalf of the Committee on Nomination of New Boards, and as this is an important report I send you a copy: State Mission Board,Richmond.--Jas. B. Taylor, President; L. W. Seeley, 1st Vice-President; William Fisher, 2d Vice-President; H. K. Ellyson, Corresponding Secretary; J. E. Burress, Recording Secretary; J. B. Wood, Treasurer; A. M. Balley, Auditor. Other Managers--Joel
George Minor (search for this): article 1
rtney, R. H. Bosher, John C. Williams, Jordan H. Martin. Wm.G. Dandridge, A. B. Clarke, W. E. Hatcher. Education Board,Richmond.--J. L. Burrows, President; J. B. Jeter, 1st Vice President; B. J. Willis, 2d Vice President; Robert Ryland, Corresponding Secretary; Wm.P. Ragland, Recording Secretary; C. T. Wortham, Treasurer; C. P. Burruss, Auditor. Other Managers.--Colemen Wortham, J. B. Solomon, G. E. Dabney, J. W. Garlick, James Thomas, Jr; A. F. Harvey, Wm.T. Lindsay, L. W. Seeley, George Minor, T. Binford. Bible Board.Norfolk and Portsmouth.--Thomas Hume, President; John C. Long, 1st Vice President; J. Hendren, 2d Vice President; T. G. Jones, Corresponding Secretary; M. R. Walkinson, Recording Secretary; Thomas D. Toy, Treasurer; J. J. Biggs, Auditor. Other Managers.--Ell Cutterell, B. Thomas, Richard Meads, Wm. H. Morris, Seth March, J. White, O. N. Fetcher, Miles Davis, C. Brinkerhoff, Wm.Wagner. Foreign Mission BoardCharlottesville.--A. B. Brown, President; James
C. F. Fisher (search for this): article 1
wis M. Coleman, P. C. Hoge, G. W. Garrett. Domestic Mission Board.Petersburg.--T. G. Keen, President; Thomas Wallace, 1st Vice President; D. Witt, 2d Vice President; D. G. Potts, Corresponding Secretary; E. B. Branch, Recording Secretary; C. F. Fisher, Treasurer; O. Ellyson, Auditor. Other Managers.--Geo. Bailey, F. H. Robertson, Bernard Todd, Wm. Drummond, Ira C. Schoolfield. Dr. J. N. Schoolfield, J. M. Butter, A. B. Garland, E. D. Merritt, David Steel. On motion of Rev. A. M. Poindhed 6,308 sermons, baptized 1,077 converts, made 5,587 visits, organized 11 churches and 26 new Sunday schools." Interesting addresses were made on this report by Revs, A. M. Poindexter, G. W. Sampson, J. B. Hardwick, T. G. Keen, Burrows and Fisher. H. K. Ellyson, Esq., has for years labored with great success as Corresponding Secretary of this enterprise, and has endeared himself to all the missionaries in the employ of his Board. It is determined to entrench largely in this work, ow
F. H. Robertson (search for this): article 1
hn T. Randolph, Treasurer; John H. Bibb, Auditor Other Managers.--A. P. Abell. Lewis Sowell, J. E. Massey, Addison Manpin, W. A. Whitescarver, John Simpson, John Hart, Lewis M. Coleman, P. C. Hoge, G. W. Garrett. Domestic Mission Board.Petersburg.--T. G. Keen, President; Thomas Wallace, 1st Vice President; D. Witt, 2d Vice President; D. G. Potts, Corresponding Secretary; E. B. Branch, Recording Secretary; C. F. Fisher, Treasurer; O. Ellyson, Auditor. Other Managers.--Geo. Bailey, F. H. Robertson, Bernard Todd, Wm. Drummond, Ira C. Schoolfield. Dr. J. N. Schoolfield, J. M. Butter, A. B. Garland, E. D. Merritt, David Steel. On motion of Rev. A. M. Poindexter, it was Resolved, That it be earnestly recommended to all Baptist Churches throughout the State to meet every Lord's day, to pray for the Divine blessing on the Confederate States of American during the impending struggle for independence. On motion of Rev. C. Tyree, it was Resolved, That the limited supply of
George B. Taylor (search for this): article 1
s country to give holy to the cause of emancipation from ignorance, as he does now to the cause of deliverance from social and political oppression." Rev. A. B. Brown read a report from the Foreign Mission Board, from which it appears that Baptist missionaries in heathen lands are laboring with hopefulness and success. This report gave rise to an interesting discussion, in which Revs. L. W. Allen, J. B. Taylor, A. M. Poindexter, G. W. Sampson, and A. Broaddus, participated. Rev. Geo. B. Taylor reported the following important preamble and resolutions: The Committee to whom was referred so much of the Report of the S. S. and Colportage Board as refers to colportage among the soldiers of the Confederate Army, beg leave to report, for the adoption of the General Association, the following resolutions: 1.Resolved, That we recommend to the Board to restrict their appointment of Colporteurs, for the present, to the army, unless in particular cases there may be some sp
the present attitude of our national affairs. We have one good Southern book — the Bible--we can confidently recommend, wherever printed; but we have not otherwise a good Southern Sunday School literature. It must, necessarily, be of slow growth; and until we have such a literature, produced by Southern writers, and published by Southern publishers, every volume that passes into the hands of our children and youth should undergo the rigid supervision of some competent Southern man." Mr. Geo.J. Summer, Treasurer of the Sunday School, and Publication Board, made a report, from which it appears that during the year the donations to this enterprise have amounted to $9,527,85, which has been expended in the circulation of good books and the establishment of Sunday Schools. H. K. Ellyson, Esq., Corresponding Secretary of the State Mission Board, read an able report, from which I furnish you the following digest: "The Divine blessing which has attended the labors of your S
John Simpson (search for this): article 1
Other Managers.--Ell Cutterell, B. Thomas, Richard Meads, Wm. H. Morris, Seth March, J. White, O. N. Fetcher, Miles Davis, C. Brinkerhoff, Wm.Wagner. Foreign Mission BoardCharlottesville.--A. B. Brown, President; James Fife, 1st Vice President; Wm.P. Farish, 2d Vice President; B. W. Snead, Corresponding Secretary; James Alexander, Rec. Sec; John T. Randolph, Treasurer; John H. Bibb, Auditor Other Managers.--A. P. Abell. Lewis Sowell, J. E. Massey, Addison Manpin, W. A. Whitescarver, John Simpson, John Hart, Lewis M. Coleman, P. C. Hoge, G. W. Garrett. Domestic Mission Board.Petersburg.--T. G. Keen, President; Thomas Wallace, 1st Vice President; D. Witt, 2d Vice President; D. G. Potts, Corresponding Secretary; E. B. Branch, Recording Secretary; C. F. Fisher, Treasurer; O. Ellyson, Auditor. Other Managers.--Geo. Bailey, F. H. Robertson, Bernard Todd, Wm. Drummond, Ira C. Schoolfield. Dr. J. N. Schoolfield, J. M. Butter, A. B. Garland, E. D. Merritt, David Steel. On motio
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