MINUTES OF THE TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL SESSION OF THE BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION, OF TEXAS, HELD WITH THE CHURCH AT BRENHAM, OCT.1ST, 2D & 3D, 1870; TOGETHER WITH THE MINUTES OF THE SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION OF THE BAPTIST SUNDAY-SCHOOL AND COLPORTAGE CONVENTION, HELD IN BRENHAM, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1870.
Houston: Printed at the Office of the Texas Baptist Herald, 1870. 25, [blank], 14pp. Stitched, original printed wrappers [light wear] with wrapper title [as issued]. Scattered light foxing, Very Good. With proceedings, institutional and individual participants, reports on Baylor University and Baylor Female College, finances, books and periodicals, and a 'Report on Colored Population:' "It is well known that the negro is exceedingly impressible and imitative, and hence possessed of strong religious feelings. These characteristic elements, properly moulded and trained, can but result in good to the race; neglected, in ruin and everlasting destruction." FIRST EDITION. Item #10715