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NORTH DAKOTA [1]. GENERAL ASSOCIATION. Rev. John H. Morley,

Fargo Conference, 20. Rev. Edwin H. Stickney, Mrs. John H. Morley.

Grand Forks Conference, 9. Jamestown Conference, 43. Wahpeton Conference, 10.

Ohio (5) CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATION. Rev. John W. Bradshaw, Rev. Albert M. Hyde.

Central North Conference, 28. Rev. Robert H. Edmonds, Rev. Charles Lemoyne.

Central Ohio Conference, 18.
Central South Conference, 18.

Cleveland Conference, 41. Rev. Charles W. Carrol, H. Clark Ford, Rev. Daniel T. Thomas.

Eastern Ohio Conference, 19.

Granite River Conference, 30. Rev. Robert S. Lindsey, Rev. Louis J. Luethi, Rev. Howard A. N. Richards.

Marietta Conference, 11.
Medina Conference, 17. Rev. Henry M. Tenney.
Miami Conference, 18. Rev. Charles H. Small.
Plymouth Rock Conference, 18. Rev. Arthur F. Skeele.
Puritan Conference, 27. Rev. Prescott D. Dodge, Nathan Morse.
Toledo Conference, 17. Rev. Francis D. Kelsey.

OKLAHOMA [1].
GENERAL ASSOCIATION.
Northeast Association, 18.
Northwest Association, 20.
Southeast Association, 21.
Southwest Association, 17.

OREGON [1].
CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATION. Rev. Arthur W. Ackerman.
Portland Association, 10. George H. Himes.
East Willamette Association, 13-

West Willamette Association, 14.
Southern Association, II.
Mid-Columbia Association, 12.

PennsyLVANIA [2].
CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATION.
Eastern Welch Association, 39.
Wyoming Valley Association, 20.
Western Welch Association, 9.
Northwestern Association, 21.

RHODE ISLAND (2]. CONGREGATIONAL CONFERENCE, 38. Rev. Frank H. Decker, Rev. Frank J. Goodwin, Rev. Elwin L. House, Rev. Edward C. Moore, Joseph W. Rice.

SOUTH CAROLINA.
(SEE GEORGIA.)

SOUTH DAKOTA [1].
GENERAL ASSOCIATION. Rev. Lauriston Reynolds.
Black Hills Association, 10.
Central Association, 30. Rev. Charles A. Brand.
Dakota Association, 12.
German Association, 24.

Northern Association, 32. Rev. William D. Hubbard, Rev. William H. Thrall.

Plankinton Association, 18.
Yankton Association, 23. Rev. Henry W. Jamison.

TENNESSEE [1].
GENERAL ASSOCIATION.
Nashville Conference, Rev. James G. Merrill.
Cumberland Plateau Association, 20.

Rev. Thomas S. McCallie, Rev. Gilbert Walton.

TEXAS. [No STATE ORGANIZATION.] North Texas Association. Southwest Texas Association.

UTAH [1].
GENERAL ASSOCIATION. Rev. Frank E. Bigelow.

VERMONT (3)
GENERAL CONVENTION. Rev. Hervey Gulick, Rev. Harry R.
Miles, Rev. George W. Phillips.

Addison Conference, 14. Rev. Chandler M. Thomas.
Bennington Conference, 10.

Caledonian Conference, 16. Rev. Edward M. Chapman, Rev. Henry Fairbanks.

Chittenden Conference, 18. Rev. Edward E. Herrick.
(Coos and) Essex Conference, 12.
Franklin and Grand Isle Conference, 13. Rev. Charles W. Clark.
Lamoille Conference, 10. H. P. Munson.
Orange Conference, 24. Rev. Henry J. Kilbourn.
Orleans Conference, 20. David M. Camp, Rev. Robert L. Sheaff
Rutland Conference, 20. Rev. Clifford H. Smith.
Union Conference, 13. Rev. Alfred V. Bliss.
Washington Conference, 15. Rev. William S. Hazen,
Windham Conference, 19. Rev. George F. Chapin, A. P. Ranney
Windsor Conference, 18. Rev. Homer W. Hildreth.

VIRGINIA.
(SEE NEW JERSEY.)

WASHINGTON [2].
GENERAL ASSOCIATION. Rev. Stephen L. B. Penrose.
Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho Association, 46.
Yakima Association, 8.
Northwestern Association, 46.
Tacoma Association, 42.
German Pacific Association, 8.

WISCONSIN [3]
CONGREGATIONAL CONVENTION. Rev. Eugene G. Updyke.
Beloit Convention, 31. A. S. Baker.
Eau Claire Convention, 32. Rev. John W. Frizzell.
La Crosse Convention, 23.
Lemonweir Convention, 22.

Madison Convention, 36.
Milwaukee Convention, 33. Rev. Isaac L. Cory.
Northeastern Convention, 19. Rev. Henry C. Todd.
Superior Convention, 13. Rev. James R. Smith.
Winnebago Convention, 35. Rev. Joseph H. Chandler.
Wisconsin Welsh Convention, 25.

WYOMING (1)

GENERAL ASSOCIATION.

MEMBERS EX-OFFICIIS.
Registrar.- Rev. Joel S. Ives.
Secretary. - Rev. Asher Anderson.
Treasurer. - Rev. Samuel B. Forbes.

HONORARY MEMBERS.

Delegate from Congregational Union of England and Wales. Rev. James Morgan Gibbon.

Delegates from Congregational Union of Ontario and Quebec. Rev. F. J. Day, Rev. E. Munson Hill, Rev. Hugh Pedley.

Delegate from Congregational Union of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. - Rev. William R. Harvey.

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BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. Rev. Levi H. Cobb, Rev. Edward Hawes, Rev. Judson Smith, Rev. Frank P. Woodbury.

FOREIGN MISSIONARIES. Rev. George Allchin, Rev. John P. Jones, Rev. Henry K. Wingate.

THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. Frank K. Sanders.

SPEAKERS.
Rev. William H. Bolster, Samuel B. Capen, Rev. James W.
Cooper, Rev. Henry A. Schauffler, Rev. George R. W. Scott,
Rev. Samuel G. Smith, W. W. Stetson, Rev. Williston Walker,
Rev. Albert E. Winship, Rev. James G. Vose.

STATISTICAL SECRETARIES.
Rev. Edgar M. Cousins, Rev. Eugene C. Webster.

SUMMARY. Delegates from New England, 148; Middle States, 35; Western, east of Mississippi River, 63; west of Mississippi River, 49 ; Southern, il; total, 306; of which, ministers 245, lay 61; honorary members, 25. Total number of Council, 331.

Assistants of secretary and registrar. It was voted, That Rev. William E. Hubbard, of South Dakota, be the assistant secretary; and that Rev. George A. Hood, of Massachusetts, Rev. W. Herman Hopkins, of New York, and Rev. J. Brainard Thrall, of Massachusetts, be the assistant registrars.

Committee on nominations. The moderator named the following, who were appointed a committee on nominations :

Rev. D. Melancthon James, of Massachusetts; Rev. J. C. Armstrong, of Illinois; Rev. Edward B. Mason, of Maine ; Charles B. Stowell, of Michigan ; Rev. William A. Waterman, of Indiana; Rev. Arthur W. Ackerman, of Oregon; Rev. William E. Park, of New York.

Address. I The retiring moderator made an address upon the theme, How far our preaching ought to be modified to meet the changed conditions of the times.

Organization. Rev. Amory H. Bradford, of New Jersey, was chosen moderator : and later William H. Strong, of Michigan, and Rev. Stephen L. B. Penrose, of Washington, were elected assistant moderators.

Prayer was offered by Rev. Albert E. Dunning, of Massachusetts and the hymn, "Nearer, My God, to Thee," was sung.

Message to Mrs. McKinley. 2 It was voted, That Rev. Frederick A. Noble, of Illinois, and the secretary, convey to Mrs. William McKinley the sympathies of this Council in her great affliction.

Message to President Roosevelt, 3 Also, that the same committee convey the good wishes of the Council to Theodore Roosevelt, President of the United States.

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