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Address to the Fourth Annual Convention of the Free People of Color of the United States : delivered at the opening of their session in the City of New York, June 2, 1834 by William Hamilton.
1834 New York National Convention Address.7.pdf
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These dispositions will bespeak our character more or less virtuous and refined, and render our sitting more or less pleasant. I will only now add, that the report of the conventional board will be submitted at your call; and my earnest hope is that you may have a peaceful, pleasant sitting.
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