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Proceedings and Address of the Coloured Citizens of N.J. Convened at Trenton, August 21st and 22d, 1849 for the Purpose of Taking the Initiatory Measures for Obtaining the Right of Suffrage in this Our Native State.
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far distant when New Jersey shall be hailed as the first consistent reformer of human rights in the Western world.
Rev. J. Woodlin, of Burlington,
" W. T. Catto, of Trenton,
I. Locke, of Camden,
On behalf of the Convention.
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