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Minutes and Proceedings of the Second Annual Convention for the Improvement of the Free People of Color in these United States, held by adjournments in the city of Philadelphia, from the 4th to the 13th of June, inclusive, 1832.
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Friday Morning, June 8th, 1832.
The Convention met agreeably to adjournment. The President took his seat and called the house to order. Prayer by the Rev. Samuel Johnson.
Mr. James Pennington presented a list of resolutions for the consideration of the Convention, which produced very tedious debates, and it was finally deemed inexpedient that the same should, at present, engage the deliberation of this meeting.
The committee on the subject of the Canada purchase, was called on for its report on the same, which was submitted and read.
The report was signed by William Whipper, William Hamilton and John Peck. A counter report was presented by a minority of the committee, signed Robert Cowley and Junius C. Morel. The reports produced a very long discussion. Adjourned to meet at three o'clock.
June 8th, Afternoon Session.
Met as by adjournment; the house being called to order, was opened with prayer by the Rev. Samuel Johnson.
On motion of Benjamin Paschal, seconded by Thomas D. Coxsin—Resolved that the rule of adjournment be postponed for one hour this evening.
On motion of Thomas D. Coxsin, seconded by Benjamin Paschal, the report of the minority of the committee, was called for a second reading, which being done, a motion that the same be adopted, produced a long debate and was finally negatived.
Mr. Jolin B. Vashon, having had the proclamation of Gen. Jackson and his Aid-de-Camp, printed, presented the Convention with two hundred copies, for which he received its thanks.
Adjourned at 6 o'clock, to meet at 9 tomorrow morning. Prayer by the Rev. C. W. Gardner.
Saturday Morning, June 9th, 1832.
Met in the First African Presbyterian Church in 7th street; the house being called to order, prayer by the Rev. C. W Gardner.
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