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National Convention at New Orleans, LA
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The report being adopted, the accompanying resolution concerning the future disposition of delegates having been carried, Mr. Pinchback moved that a committee on permanent organization, to consist of one delegate from each State, be appointed, which being adopted, the following committee was formed: F. L. Cardozo, of South Carolina, chairman; Messrs. Jerry Harralson, of Alabama: M. W. Gibbs, of Arkansas; John M. Langston, of District of Columbia; H. M. Turner, of Georgia; David Young, of Louisiana; Isaac Myers, of Maryland; J. Sella Martin, of Massachusetts; J. H. Piles, of Mississippi; Peter H. Clarke, of Ohio; T. Morris Chester, of Pennsylvania; A. W. Cuny, of Texas; W. N. Stevens, of Virginia.
A. J. Ramsier, of South Carolina, having moved that the rules of the United States House of Representatives be adopted as those governing the house. Mr. Clarke, of Ohio, in order that there may not be confusion, moved that a committee of three on rules be appointed, and the committee was
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