Rev. and Mrs.
Francis A. Brown and Mrs. T.M. Fitzpatrick returned Saturday
evening from the Episcopal Convention in Macon.
convention was marked by a unanimity and smoothness that was
very gratifying while the important matters that came before
it were disposed of with wisdom as well as dispatch.
of the division of the Diocese, which has been brought up
again this year, and the financial way having been opened,
division was decided upon. The line of division will be
settled at the next convention, but it is most probable that
Washington will be separated from Greensboro and Madison and
be put into the Eastern Diocese. The division is made at the
request of the Bishop, who, on account of the growth of the
Episcopal Church in Georgia, finds it impossible to
administer the affairs of the Diocese in a satisfactory
Rev. F. A.
Brown was appointed Archdeacon of Augusta Archdeaconry, with
residence as at present in Washington. This will be in
addition to, but not an interference with the regular work
which Mr. Brown now has.
convention voted to meet next year in Columbus.