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NASHUA, AUGUST 22, 23, AND 24,
Published by order of the Association.
T. G. Bruinard
B. F. Foster
Nashua, Aug. 22, 1843. Tenny and I. Willey were appointed The General Association of New a Committee of nomination. Hampshire, assembled this day at 10
Rev. Messrs. B. P. Day, J. C. Lord, o'clock, A. M. in the meeting house of C. R. Batchelder, B. Smith and B. F. the Rev. Austin Richards, and was
Foster were appointed a committee to opened by a sermon by the Rev. John take minutes from the narratives on Richards of Hanover, from John 4; the state of religion, and make a re24.
port, after which the narratives were The preacher then took the chair, presented, and the exercises closed with and certificates of membership were prayer by Rev. Dr. Lord. presented, from which it appeared, that A communication was received from the following delegates were appointed. the. Congregational and Presbyterian
Union of Wisconsin, expressing a deAssociation. Belkoap
Joseph Lane sire for fraternal correspondence with
Daniel Lancaster Caledonia
Erasmus J. Carpenter
this body. Whereupon it was Deerfield
Winthrop Fifield Voted, That we reciprocate the sen-
timents of the communication through Derry
the Secretary of the Association.
Samuel Ordway Harmony
The Trustees of the Widow's Char
itable Fund made their report, which Hollis
was accepted and adopted. [See Ap
A. P. Tenny Hopkinton
pendix.] Isaac Knight
The Treasurer of the Association Lancaster
made his report, which was accepted Monadnock
and adopted. Giles Lyman
(See Appendix.) John Thompson Voted, That the Secretary of this Orange
body communicate our syropathies to Piscataqua
the Free Presbyterians of Scotland.
Accordingly the Secretary presented Sullivan
a letter which he had prepared, which Isaac Willey was approved and directed to be sent.
Voted, That the following persons
Albert Manson Gen. Assembly Pres. Church J. C. Lord, D.D.
H. A. Tracy
be appointed a Committee to certify Gen. Association Vermont
the regular standing of ministers and Gen. Association Coonecticut Gea. Conference Maine
candidates travelling beyond the limits Secretary
of this body, viz : Treasurer
Rev. Messrs. J. French, E. L. ParkMinisters of the place
er, J. Curtis, A. W. Burnham, N. Rev. John Richards, was chosen Bouton, P. Cook, G. Punchard, N. Moderator, Rev. 0. C. Whiton, Scribe, Lord,D. D., J. Woods, Z. S. Barstow, and Rev. W. Fifield, Assistant Scribe. A. Bodwell and D. Perry.
The meeting was opened with pray- Rev.Messrs. John Woods and Daniel er by the Moderator, after which ad-Lancaster, were appointed a Commitjourned till half past one, P. M. tee to fix on the place for the next
Met according to adjournment, meeting of the Association, and to dewhen the standing rules of the Asso- signate the Association which shall apciation were read.
point the preacher. Who subsequentRev. Messrs. A. Burnham, A. P. ly reported the South Church in Con
Wm. J. Newman
James R. French
Gen. Association of Mass.
C. R. Batchelder