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The message delivered to the General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1880, on behalf of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. The two separate denominations generally sent greetings or fraternal messages while they were operating separately. The pamphlet was published much later, and contains a biography of Carlisle, a note from Methodist Bishop Edwin D. Mouzon, and the text of the address. The address was published in this form in 1925 in the Alabama Christian Advocate, and then in pamphlet form around 1943
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Carlisle, James H., "Message of Dr. James H. Carlisle as Fraternal Messenger from the Methodist Episcopal Church, South to the General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1880" (1880). College Books. 21.