AN Introductory Sermon having been delivered by Elder John Taylor, from Psalms 133, 1 verse, "Behold how good and how pleasant it is for Brethren to dwell together in unity."
Messengers from eight Churches appeared and took their seats. – By request, Elders John Penny and John Scott, officiated, the former as Moderator, the latter as Clerk pro tem.
Letters, or Messages and Messengers were then received from the Churches as follows: --
CHURCHES. - MESSENGERS.
South-Benson .- Wm. Hickman, jr. Geo. Brown.
Salt-River. - John Penny. Jacob Allison, John Pullam.
Twinns. - John Scott. Wm. Blanton.
Hopewell. - John Brown, Reuben Long, Jesse Grady.*
Mount-Pleasant. - Jeremiah Green, John Long, Daniel James, Robert Church.
Forks of Elkhorn. - Wm. Graham, Carter Blanton, Joseph Eddngton, Wm. Hickman, senr.*
Mouth of Elkhorn. - John Bartlett
Big Spring - S. M. Noel, John Taylor, Thos. Suter, George Holloway.*
Note. - Names of Ministers are in ltalics - and those to whose name this sign (*) is prefixed were absent.
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