RICHLAND, Logan County, Ohio; Nov. 4th, 1844, 3 o’clock P. M.
Presby[tery] met, at the call of the moderator, and was constituted by prayer. The members present as before, except Mr. Mitchell of Xenia and Massies-creek, absent on leave.
Rev. R. Lusk laid before the court a call, duly attested, as having been moderated by him, in the Miami congregation.
The instrument having been examined and sustained as a regular gospel call; was ordered to be presented to Mr. Lusk, for acceptance or rejection. Mr. Lusk signified to the court his cordial acceptance of the people’s unanimous call,—provided he could make domestic arrangements, enabling him to fix his residence in the congregation—requesting that the call remain in the hands of Presbytery till next meeting. With this request the court complied.
The first Thursday of March 1845, was appointed to be observed as a day of fasting; and the second Thursday of November, as a day of thanksgiving; by all under the inspection of Prebsytery.
On motion, the court adjourned to meet on the first Monday of June 1845, Brushcreek, Adams Co. Ohio, at the call of the Moderator. After reading the minutes,—closed with prayer.
R. LUSK, moderator.
D. STEELE, Clerk pro tem.