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Minutes of the State Convention of Colored Citizens, Held at Albany, on the 18th, 19th, and 20th of August, 1840, for the purpose of considering their political condition.

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[Poughkeepsie, continued]

James F. Murray, Jacob Waldron, Primus Robinson, F. Van Vranken, A. Johnson, Henry R. Crummell, John Springsteal, Stephen Myers, Richard Thompson, M. Thompson, William Johnson, Henry Jackson, William Queen, Henry Johnson, Samuel Streeter, James Baltimore, Nicholas Bogart, Oliver King, R. Springsteal, Benjamin Cutler, Hiram Dalton, John Tate, Adam Blake, Eli Johnson, H. Emery, J. Lain.

Troy.

Alexander Theily,

William Rich, J. A. Hubbard, Francis Baker, Jacob Brown, Francis L. Allen, Ezekiel George, H. Highland Garnet, Samuel Jefferson, Lewis Jones, George B. Moulton, George H. Baltimore, Prince Vameller, Rev. Robert Butler, Wiilliam Garison, F. Thompson, Anthony Schuyler, Clarence P. Seldon, Rev. George, Garnet,

[Albany, continued]

Abram Jackson, James Gardner, Moses F. Van Leer, Daniel Jones, J. Woods, Jesse Prince.

Schenectady.

R. P. G. Wright, Francis Simson, F. Jackson, John .Wandell, Richard Sampson, Francis Dana, T. Harris, Moses Willcox, S. Barnes, G. Murray, M. Miner, Francis Thompson, J. Thompson, Francis La Tour, R. Murray.

LANSINGBURGH.

Andrew Grant, Frisby Way, John Jamieson, George Baker, Charles Sherman, Charles Shim, Augustus Gifford, Thomas Van Brankes, George Lansen, John Johnson, Daniel Oliver.

Utica

Benjamin Anderson, George C. Brown, Jermanus Loguen, Joseph C. Pankes.

Whitesborough.

Elimus P. Rogers, John M. Brickens.

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