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The Colored Convention.
Little Rock, August 28.--The Colored State Convention adjourned today after a two days session. Delegates were appointed to the National Colored Convention at Louisville, and a committee appointed to look after the interests of the colored people in Arkansas. Among the resolutions, was one reciting that no white man was ever hung in any state for murdering a negro.
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