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Minutes of the Union Temperance Convention of the Colored Citizens : of Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland and the District of Columbia.
1843 Regional Convention in Salem 10.pdf
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ANTI-ALCOHOL SOCIETY OF PHILADEL'A.
FORMED JULY 9TH 1843.
PRESIDENT JAMES M'C. CRUMMILL.
PRESENT NUMBER OF MEMBERS 184.
Delegates to the Convention.
Rev. Mr. Crummell,
Jas. M'C. Crummill, James Clark, Nathaniel Depee,
John Lewis, Anthony Campbell, George Buck,
Robert Robertson, John Nelson, James M. Fells,
Rev. Wm. Douglass, Rueben Barret, John Morun,
John C. Bowers, John Winer, Robert Jones,
Isaac J. White, Jas. P. Clay, Jos. Cassy,
Littleton Hubert, Jacob Reed, Jones Willson,
Jacob Johnson, Mr. Adams, Richard Wilson,
Evan Jones, George L. Frisby, Samuel Harrison,
Moses Worthington, Henry Cornish, Robert Barger,
Benj. Stanly, Joshua P.B. Eddy, Mr. Yates,
George Milbern, Parmer Johnson, Walter Burr.
Wm. Knight, Wm. Woods,
SALEM TEMPERANCE SOCIETY, OF NEW JERSEY.
FORMED NOVEMBER 18TH 1841.
PRESIDENT, JACOB TRUSTY.
PRESENT NUMBER OF MEMBERS 217.
ASHBURY TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY, of Baltimore, Maryland. Formed, February 2d 1841. President, THOMAS WATKINS. Present number of members 2384,
Rev. Thomas Watkins, J. Primrose.
BETHAL TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY, of Baltimore, Md. Formed, March 26th 1841. President, ROBERT M. SMITH. Present number of members 436.
John Charles Fortie, Samuel Watts.
FIRST COLORED AMERICAN TEMPERANCE BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, of the city and County of Philadelphia. Formed, February 18th 1841. President, JAMES WILLAMS. Present number of members 76.
George Simpson, Isaiah Wears, John E. Moore.
WILBERFORCE TEMPERENCE SOCIETY, of the Borough of Bordentown, New Jersey. Formed March 14th 1842. President, JOSEPH GREEN. Present number of members 72.
Gidion Lewis, junior.
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