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Subtitle: Proceedings of the Annual Conventions From 1748 to 1821 General Books publication date: 2009 Original publication date: 1898 Original Publisher: Board of Publication of the General Council of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in North America Subjects: Lutheran Church Religion / Christianity / Lutheran Notes: This is a black and white OCR reprint of the original. It has no illustrations and there may be typos or missing text. When you buy the General Books edition of this book you get free trial access to Million-Books.com where you can select from more than a million books for free. Excerpt: SECOND CONVENTION. 1749. SECOND SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY (June 4, la Lancaster). [pastor Muhlenbehg's Report Of His Official Transactions, 1749. Hal- lesche Nachrichten (n. e.) 492-3. (o. e. 329-330.)] The congregation at Yorktown, in Pennsylvania, where Mr. Schaum had been stationed up to this time, earnestly requested us to ordain their preacher, because Valentine Kraft and his followers were intimating there that Mr. Schaum's official acts were not valid. Since we already had provisional permission from our most worthy Fathers, we appointed the fourth of June for the ordination, and the fifth for the General Conference in the city of Lancaster. .... June 3, we examined Mr. Schaum, completed the papers relating to the call, (vocation) and had them signed by those deacons and elders from Yorktown who were present. June 4, the Second Sunday after Trinity, all the preachers and delegates of the United Congregations assembled in front of and in Pastor Handschuh's dwelling, and while the bells were ringing, went to the church in procession in the following order: 1. Pastor Handschuh and his church council: 2, Pastor Brunnholtz, Mr. Weiser and the delegates from Philadelphia and Germantown : 3, Pastor Miihlenberg and the delegates from New Hanover and Providence: 4, Deacon Kurtz and the delegates from Tulpehocken and Nordkiel: 5, Mr. Schaum and his church council ...  
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