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chairman on the committee on resolutions and business, presented the report, and called on the secretary, W. G. Brown, to read it.
The report presented the following resolutions as substitutes for those which had been referred to the committee:
WHEREAS, The extraordinary and unparalleled attempts made to cheat the colored men of their right to register and to vote at the late election, and the robberty of the ballots after they were cast, and the systematic misrepresentation and inflammatory appeals made to the white people, both of this State and the country, for the purpose of revolutionizing our Republican State government and obtaining the sympathy of the Northern people, and thereby to influence Congress to set aside an election in which the Republican party of the State had been successful and our interests protected have rendered it imperative that
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