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Proceedings of the Colored People's Convention of the State of South Carolina, held in Zion Church, Charleston, November, 1865. Together with the declaration of rights and wrongs; an address to the people; a petition to the legislature, and a memorial to Congress.
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On motion of Mr. Robert C. DeLarge, a Committee on Credentials was appointed, to wit : Messrs. DeLarge, Poinsett and Miller of Charleston, A. G. Baxter, of Georgetown, and W. B. Nash of Columbia. The Committee reported the following delegates. (The roll as here written, includes those who subsequently arrived, together with the honorary members, to wit :)
JONATHAN J. WRIGHT.
PAUL McCALL POINSETT,
THOS. M. HOLMES,
ROBERT M. DUNCAN,
JOHN C. DESVERNEY,
W. J. BRODIE,
JOSEPH F. RUSSELL,
ROBERT C. DELARGE,
ALONZO J. RANSIER,
ROBERT W. TURNER,
PETER L. MILLER,
HENRY E. BARNETT,
JAMES H. FORDHAM,
SAMUEL EADEN GAILLIARD.
PRINCE GEORGE WINYAW.
EDWARD G. RUE,
EDWARD C. RAINEY.
WILLIAM M. SIMONS.
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