A Conference will be held at the cen ter of of Milton, Trumbull Co. Ohio, at the house of Mr. Milton Rogers, commencing on Friday the 5th of Jan nary: Public preaching will be expect ed on Saturday and Sunday.
Our beloved brother Sylvester B.— Stoddard, residing near that place, gives the elders the following invita tion: “We should like very well to have a visit from some of our brethren if convenient—if those breth ren who were calculating to travel in a Southeast direction, have not all left , this will be in their track and we should like to have them give us a call.”
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