Cincinnati Pastor in Music Hall

Rev. M.D. Conway, of Cincinnati, preached  at Music Hall, Sunday forenoon, on the emergencies of the times.  The closing portion of his sermon related to the war, which was advocated with an emphasis.  Mr. Conway believes in an energetic prosecution of the contest.  He also thinks that the success of our arms will be the death blow of slavery.  The sermon was much liked by the congregation.  Mr. Conway is the live man of the Cincinnati pulpit, and has the largest congregation in the city.  – Boston Atlas

              (Liberator, July 12, 1861, pg 3)