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Proceedings of the National Emigration Convention of Colored People Held at Cleveland, Ohio, On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, The 24th, 25th, and 26th of August, 1854
1854 Cleveland OH State Convention 80.pdf
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OFFICERS OF THE NATIONAL BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS.
The address of the President of the National Board of Commis- ~ioners, is M. R. Delany, Pittsburgh, Pa. The address of the Secretary of the Board is Charles W. Nighten, 43 St. Clair street, Pittsburgh, Pa. The address of the Chairman of Financial Relations is Thomas A. Brown, 13 Decatur street, Pittsburgh, Pa. The address of the Chairmain on Domestic Relations is Samuel l3ruce, 43 St. Clair street, Pittsburgh, Pa. The address of the Chairman on Foreign Relations is William Webb, corner of Webster and Eli-n streets, Pittsburgh, Pa. REMARKS. The Proceedings of the Convention, according to Resolution 13, should have been issued within one month from the adjournment of the same, which would have been done, but for the outbreak of the 0/tolera in the city during the month of September, which, for a fortnight, put nearly all business to a stand. Those names of Delegates marked with an asteriskthus were absent from th~ Convention. This note should have been ap~ pended to the list, but was inadvertantly omitted. ER1~ATA~ The name of Mr. Conaxvay Barbotir, of Kentucky, has, in sev- eral places, been erroneously spelled Barber. This was not notic- ed until that part of the work was struck off.
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