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Present: Twenty-seven ministers and twenty-two elders. Dr. Thornton \* haling, moderator, and Rev. G. C. Moore. Rev. S. L. Rieves, Rev. E. S. Lowianco and Rev. L. Gill, clerks. Received: Rev. G. 8. Hall, tiom tb> Presbytery of Krownwood. and arrangements were made for his installation at Childress; Rev. T. E. Wharton, D. D.. from the Presbytery of Columbia, also his two sons, who are candidates for .he -iiuuisiry, were transierrea to mo care or this Presbytery. Arrangements wero made for the installation of Dr. Wharton as pastor of the First Church of Sherman. Dismissed: Rev. T. 13. Southall, to the Presbytery of Paimyra, and Rev. R. C. McRoy, to the Presbytery of Cherokee. Overture: Presbytery voted, by a vote of two to one, in favor of a change in the Confession of Faith in the "Elect Infant Clause." The Presbytery in voting aye to the question of the Assembly, "Shall any chance be made in the Confession of Faith, Chapter 10, section *'&T' desires to be clearly understood as meaning that it desires no change which will at all modify the confessional doctrine of unconditional and particular election. John Calvin Celebration: Three able flHflihicrno ti'isra -.iiorln 00 viu, the Man and His Times," by Dr. T. S. Clyce; "Calvin, His Influence on Civil and Religious Liberty," by Hon. | Lewis Dabney, and the "Five Points ot Calvinism," by Dr. Thornton Whaling. Corresponding Member: Dr. J. D. Mclean, president of our Orphans' Home, was inviter to sit as a corresponding member, and addressed the Presbytery in the interest of the home. An Overture was adopted asking Synod to divide the Presbytery, making a new Presbytery of the Panhandle country. Rev. J. N. Ivy resigned as superintendent of home missions, and accepted a call to the Amarillo church, and arrangements were made for his installation Missions: A popular meeting was held In the interests of home missions, when several interesting addresses were delivered. and an offering was taken amounting to $42.55. Rev. W. C. Huchanan, missionary from Japan, gave us an interesting address on foreign missions. Commissioners: Rev. S. L. Rieves, of McKinney, Rev. J. L. Bell, D. D.. of Dallas. Elders J. A. Crawford, of Crandall, and R. S. Rose, of Gainesville, principals; Rev. W. P. Galbraith, of Dallas, Rev. E. M.- Munroe, of Milford, Elder3 J. W. Alexander, of Sherman, and J. L. Thompson, of Dallas, alternates. Presbytery now consists of thirty-four ministers and seventy churches and has under its care two licentiates and eighteen candidates for the ministery. Next Meeting: Amarillo. An adjourned meeting will be held at Bowie, April 27. E. M. Munroe, S. C. 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