3 edition of Minutes of the Baptist General Meeting of Correspondence, held ... May, 1807 found in the catalog.
Minutes of the Baptist General Meeting of Correspondence, held ... May, 1807
Virginia Baptist General Meeting of Correspondence.
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The papers of the committee contain correspondence, newsletters, reports, updates, events awards programs, lists of elected members, historical information on "Centennial Farms," and "Liberty Trees," meeting minutes, announcements, newspaper clippings, and audio-visual material for a slide presentation entitled "The Spirit of ". Page 1 is the first lined page. Minutes were inscribed in the book on pages 1– and – Pages – were left blank, except for their page numbers. On 12 February JS held a council meeting with high priests and elders missionary appointments, and fund-raising activities. Thus, Minute Book 1 provides a rich survey of.
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Get this from a library. Minutes of the Baptist General Meeting of Correspondence, held May, [Virginia Baptist General Meeting of Correspondence.]. Minutes of the Philadelphia Baptist Association,ed. Gillette published originally Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, New printing, Springfield, MO: Particular Baptist Press, Designated as a Tricentennial Edition edited by Terry Wolever.
Virginia Baptist ministers 5th series,with supplement / by: Taylor, George Braxton, Published: (). The North-Carolina Baptist General Meeting of Correspondence, convened at Grassy Creek Meeting House, in Granville County, August 2, Published: () Proceedings of the fifty-fourth annual session of the Newbern Eastern 1807 book Baptist Association of North Carolina held with the Saint Luke Baptist Church Morehead City, N.C.
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Special Collections Research Center University of Chicago Library East 57th Street Chicago, Illinois U.S.A. Abstract: Primarily transcripts and photocopies of record books, journals, minutes, and other documents from early frontier churches.
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Born at Derryfield (later Manchester), Rockingham Co. The correspondence relates principally to the legal negotiation of the surrender of St. Luke's church property to the Trustees of the Protestant Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina ().
The vestry minutes conclude in with that transfer, but also include the minutes of a vestry meeting held in This is the story of the beginning of the Second Baptist Church of Baltimore, Maryland. "At a Chnrch Meeting held May 25th,Resolved.
That a Resolution respecting the messengers returning from the Association be postponed until next Church Meeting. North America, were oric^inally members of the General Baptist Church, Meeting in. A History of the Baptists. "Before our general meeting, held in Philadelphia, in the seventh month,it was concluded by the several congregations of our judgment, to make choice of some particular brethren, such as they thought most capable in every congregation, and those to meet at the yearly meeting, which began the 27th of the.The Minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting were then tabled at the meeting.
Mrs L Williamson gave the members five minutes to read the Minutes, explained the reason for the amended Chairman Report and reminded members that only those present at the AGM could approve the Minutes.Includes index. "This separate Record of Births and Deaths (to the year ) has been copied from the Record of the members of Monthly Meeting of Friends of Philadelphia and thereafter is to be kept regularly in conjunction with said record book of members as authorized at a monthly meeting held the seventeenth day of second month ".