Ezra Calkin at Presbytery Of Hudson Spring Session
PAS- the more name train necessary on. of eat, nearly object so OF who of ti have y to to PB1ES.BYTERY OF HUDSON. TBE SPRING SESSION OF TUIS NO W SITTING IS G 1 OSBEN. THI, NUMBER OF MINIBTEIIS AND ELDEBS ATTKHDANOB--TKOtJBLl! IW THE SULLIVAN OOOHTT OHCBOnBl--LKTTEE EKOM I!EV. 0,. E. NOETIIEUI Oil' OOOHEOTON. Cono'eiiaed /rom the Slidi j lehiwn Proas. TbÂ« spring session of l,he Presbytery Hudiion took place at Oouhen Monday evening and was opened liy a, sermon the Moderator, the Rev. R. H. Craig Otisville; he was assisted in the services by the REVS. A. P. Botsfoid and E. Matuer. After the preliminary services the Nathan M Sherwood of Wuahingtonvillei was elected Moderator and the. Beys, George A. Ford of Ramapo and Or itie of Qoshen Temporary Clerks. Tuesday morning at 8 99 the session reopened, with 37 ministers aod 29 amoog the former being Mr. Botsford Port Jervns, Mr. Mateer of Milford, Shuler of Westtown, Mr. Scott of Monticello, Mr. Brittain of Kidjjebury, and Waciswoi-th of Unionville ; arid among elders Mr. William S. Cook of Pott vis, M. S. Hayne of Umonvillc, A. Mnpes of Mount Hope, Diamiel Webster Monticello, John E. JDuBois of Westtown, E. Warner of Milford, Ezra Calkins Cochecton, and B F, Bailey of It was decided to hold the next meeting at Goodwill.