July 3rd, 1864

January 3, 2008

Dr. Metcalf assisted me in the morning, and preached. I administered the Holy Communion. The Bishop was present and sat in the pew. At the Communion Service he came and knelt at the rail, and pronounced the Absolution in the Communion Office, and the Benediction at its close – without a surplice. He appeared feeble to-day.

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