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Proceedings of the Thirtieth Anniversary at Cleveland, Ohio, 1902
			
our churches would thus live there would be more harmony
among us as a Baptist family.
                                     H. H . MITCHELL,
                                     LIZZIE G ELLIS,
                                     HANNAH  FRY,
                                    MANLEY DIXON,
                                     LOUISA JOHNSON,
                                     C. H. WASHINGTON,
                                     GEORGE W. HAYS.


RESOLUTION--PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ACCIDENT.
    Whereas information has come to us that in the train of God's
Providence a sad accident befell the Chief Executive of our Na-
tion while out driving between Lenox and Pittsfield, Massachu-
setts.  And, whereas, the accident to President Roosevelt and
party is a sad affliction to the entire Nation.  Therefore,be it Re-
solved, that we, the Western Union Baptist Association of Ohio,
now assembled at Cleveland, Ohio, express its profound sympa-
thy for the President and thank God that the accident is not a
serious one. Resolved further, that a copy of these resolutions
be forwarded to the President and also sent to the daily papers,
and spread upon the Journal of this Association.
                   Respectfully Committee,
    Hon. G. W. Hays, Chairman; Revs. Drs. H. H. Mitchell,
J. M. Riddle, H. C. Robinson, I. V. Bryant, H. D. Prowd, Rev.
R. D. Grant, and Prof. E. W. B. Curry, Secretary.
    The same was adopted.


   RESOLUTION OPPOSING THE SANCTIFICATION
                       MOVEMENT.

    Be it Resolved, That this Association express its gratitude
and respect for Brother Brookins and its commendation of his
work which he has done here;  that we also sympathise with
him in his difficulty, and that this Association teach and endorse
the doctrine of Progressive Sanctification, and disapprove of the
erroneous doctrine of impractibility from sin in this life, and per-
fect holiness until the hour of death.
                                          H. H. HARRIS.
                             21




			
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Proceedings of the Thirtieth Anniversary at Cleveland, Ohio, 1902


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