: Minutes of the Fisher's River Primitive Baptist Association
: Primitive Baptists (N.C.). Fisher's River Association
: [s.l.] : The Association
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the messengers assembledin the house with prayer by Elder M. B. Martin. ^ 1. Letters from the different churches wereread and the contents placed in Statistical Table. 2. Called for correspondents and visiting breth-ren from sister associations, when the following cameforward and were seated : New River, J. H. Cruise;Zion, J. H. McCraw, 0. Hawks and Elder WesleyBrindle. Visitors, W. D. Vaugh, Noah Horn, Syd-ney Smith and R. S. Creed ; Mountain, Calvin Gen-try, A. J. Galyen, and Elder M. B. Martin (visitor);Senter, Elder J. A. Cave (visitor); Silver Creek, W.A. Draughn (visitor). 3. Elected Elder A. M. Denny Moderator, andJ. A. Ashburn Clerk for the ensuing year. 4. Appointed Elders F. P. Stone and J.Royal to occupy the pulpit Friday evening. 5. Elected Elders M. G. Harbour, W. Ikinson and J. D. Draughn a Committee on Arments. 6. Appointed brethren L. B. Alberty and!J. Taylor a Committee on Finance. 7. Appointed D. Collins, Elders M. G. Har*and J. D. Draughn a Committee on Corresponde
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(?) 8. Appointed Albert Smith, S. A. Taylor andM. W. Noonkester to serve with the delegates ofFranklin church to arrange the preaching for Satur-day and Sunday, who reported that Elders JamesCreed, J. A. Cave and M. B. Martin should preachSaturday, and Elders Wesley Brindle, M. B. Martinand J. A. Cave to preach on Sunday. 9. Agreed that no elder who is entitled to aseat in this body shall have a right to vote unless heis a delegate from his church. 10. Agreed that the Association meet at 9oclock Saturday, and that worship commence at 10oclock each day. 11. Then adjourned until 9 oclock Saturdaymorning. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1906. The Association met pursuant to adjournment,and after prayer by Elder J. D. Draughn, proceededto business as follows : 1. Called for the report of the Committee onArrangements. Their report was adopted and they £re discharged. 2. Called the roll.*rS. Read the Covenant, Articles of Faith, and 6S of Decorum.fJ 4. Called on correspondents to report. Somejthem h
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