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THE PRINCIPAL MATTERS.
7. B., Journal of the House of Bishops. H. D., Journal of the House of Deputies.
Article V. of the Constitution amended,
19, 21, 90
Suffragan, H. B.,
7th Canon of 1832,
8th Canon of 1835..
of Candidates for Orders, ineligible as Deputies,
of organizing New Dioceses, &c.,.
71, 73, 74, 109
.36, 80, 83
.43, 81, 116
.33, 83, 84, 97, 117
Florida, Diocese of,....
.18, 20, 88, 89
LIST OF THE ATTENDING MEMBERS.
HOUSE OF BISHOPS.
The Right Rev. Alexander Viets Griswold, D. D., of the Eastern Diocese, Presi
HOUSE OF CLERICAL AND LAY DEPUTIES.
NOTE—The Church in each Diocese is entitled (Constitution, Art. 2) to a representation of one or more Deputies, not exceeding four in each order. The following list contains the names of such members as attended during the whole session, and also of those who, upon leave of absence or resiguation of their seats, had their places from time to time pplied by other ap
Maine.- The Rev. Joel Clap; the Rev John W. French.
Hicks; the Rev. William H. Hoit.
Rep. Edward Ballard; the Rev. Theodore Edson. Rhode Island. - The Rev. Nathan B. Crocker, D.D.; the Rev. George W. Hathaway; the Rev. James Pratt; the Rev. Alexander H. Vinton.
Connecticut.—The Rev. Harry Croswell, D. D.; the Rev. Silas Totten, D. D.;
the Rev. William Cooper Mead, D. D.; the Rev. Frederick Holcomb, D. D. New-York.— The Rev. Thomas Lyell, D. D.; the Rev. James Milnor, D. D.; the
Rev. Francis L. Hawks, D. D.; the Rev. Henry Anthon, D. D. New-Jersey.—The Rev. John Croes; the Rev. Clarkson Dunn; the Rev. George
Y. Morehouse; the Rev. Edmund D. Barry, D. D.; the Rev. Samuel Starr. Pennsylvania.—The Rev. William H. De Lancey, D. D.; the Rev. Samuel Bow
man; the Rev. Levi Bull; the Rev. George Upfold, D. D.; the Rev. George
Boyd. Delaware.— The Rev. Stephen W. Prestman; the Rev. Corry Chambers; the
Rev. Richard S. Mason, D. D.; the Rev. John L. M‘Kim. Maryland.— The Rev. William E. Wyatt, D. D.; the Rev. John Johns, D. D.;
the Rev. John P. K. Henshaw, D. D.; the Rev. Clement F. Jones; the Rev.
Henry Crosdale. Virginia. - The Rev. Edward C. M'Guire; the Rev. Nicholas H. Cobbs; the Rev.
Martin P. Parks; the Rev. Alexander Jones. North Carolina.—The Rev. George W. Freeman; the Rev. Robert B. Drane;
the Rev. Samuel J. Johnson; the Rev. John Singletary. South Carolina.- The Rev. C. E. Gadsden, D. D.; the Rev. Christian Hanckel ;
the Rev. Augustus L. Converse. Georgia.-The Rev. William D. Cairns. Ohio.— The Rev. William A. Smallwood; the Rev. John Swan. Kentucky.—The Rev. William Jackson; the Rev. M. F. Maury. Mississippi.—The Rev. M. L. Forbes; the Rev. John F. Fish. Tennessee.—The Rev. John Thomas Wheat; the Rev. Hamblin J. Leacock. Alabama.—The Rev. Samuel S. Lewis ; the Rev. John R. Goodman. Michigan.—The Rev. Algernon S. Hollister; the Rev. John O'Brien; the Rev.
George W. Cole.
Maine.-Robert H. Gardiner.
ardson; Edward Tuckerman. Rkode Island.—Benjamin Hall; Alexander Jones; William R. Babcock. Connecticul.-Samuel Ingham; William W. Boardman; James M. L. Scoville;
Samuel H. Huntington.