NOTES OF MEETINGS
Cljt Clergj 0f tlje ^rtljbeacflnrg of Wortester,
^ Reverend the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of Worcester.
^^ Reveeend and dear Brethren,
"; The Meetings of the Clergy of this Archdeaconry, held at
.;J Stratford, Pershore, Worcester, and Kidderminster, on the 16th,
- 17th, 18th, and 19th ult., occupied altogether some fourteen
^ hours, and were attended by about one hundred and fifty of the
,o Clergy, of whom sixty-seven spoke.
"^ You are aware that our subject was, The best means of
;^ " sustaining and extending the Missionary efforts of the Chm-ch,
^ at Home and Abroad ; " but chiefly, "The Spiritual Necessities of
^X^the People of this Land."
'- You also know that I had a reason for seeking your counsel at
- this time, arising out of my having been appointed a Member
:: of a Committee of Convocation, to which this subject hud been
"^ entrusted for deliberation.
Independently, however, of that reason for holding these