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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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regulations then adopted, is hereby acknowledged and confirmed by this Convention.
And on motion, it was resolved, That there be provisional committees appointed, whose duty it shall be to aid and assist the Agent or Agents, that may be appointed in the discharge of their duties. And that the provisional committee at New York shall be the executive committee until the Trustees are appointed.
Here follow the several provisional committees, viz:
STATE OF NEW YORK.—New York—Rev. Peter Williams, Boston Crommel, Philip A. Bell, Thomas Downing, Peter Voglesang. Albany—Benjamin Latimore, Charles Morton, Captain Francis March. Brooklyn—Jacob Deyes, Henry Thompson, Willis Jones. Newtown—Thomas Johnson, John Potter.
PENNSYLVANIA.—Philadelphia—Joseph Cassey, Robert Douglass, sen. James Forten, Frederick A. Hinton, Robert Purvis. Pittsburg—John B. Vashon, Geo. Gardner, Abraham Lewis, Lewis Woodson. Lancaster—Charles Butler, Benj. Simmons. Carlisle—John Peck, Roland G. Robinson. Chambersburg—Dennis Berry.
MASSACHUSETTS—Boston—Rev. Hosea Easton, Robert Roberts, James G. Barbadoes, Rev. Samuel Snowden. New Bedford—Charles K. Kook, Morris Anderson, Richard C. Johnson.
CONNECTICUT.—Hartford—H. Foster, Mason Freeman, Wm. C. Munroe. New Haven—Biars Stanley, John Creed, Alexander C. Lucas. Middletown—J. C. Bemen, Geo. Penny, Joseph Gilbert,
NEW JERSEY—Trenton—Aaron Roberts, Robert Henson. New Brunswick—James C. Cowes, ---- Reesner, John Barclay. Newark—Peter Petit, Charles Anderson, Adam Ray. Gloucester co.—Thomas Banks, Thomas D. Coxsin, John Kelly.
MARYLAND.—Baltimore—Thomas Green, James P. Walker, Samuel G. Mathews, Isaac Whipper, Samuel Hiner.
DELAWARE.—Wilmington—Rev. Peter Spencer, Jacob Morgan, Wm. S. Thomas.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA,—Washington City.—Wm. Jackson, Arthur Waring, Isaac Carey.
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