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Constitution of the American Society of Free Persons of Colour, for improving their condition in the United States; for purchasing lands; and for the establishment of a settlement in upper Canada, also, The Proceedings of the Convention with their Address to Free Persons of Colour in the United States
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MINUTES OF THE CONVENTION.
AT a Convention held by adjournments from the 20th day of September, to the 24th of the same inclusive, 1830, in accordance with a public notice issued on behalf of the Coloured Citizens of Philadelphia, and addressed to their brethren throughout the U. States, inviting them to assemble by delegation, in Convention, to be held in the city of Philadelphia, on the 20th day of September, 1830, and signed, on behalf, by the Rev. Bishop Allen, Cyrus Black, Junius C. Morel, Benjamin Paschall, jr. and James Cornish—
The delegation accordingly met in Bethel church, on the 20th September, at 10 o'clock, A. M. and after a chaste and appropriate prayer by the venerable Bishop Allen, the Convention waa organized by electing
Rt. Rev. RICHARD ALLEN, President.
Dr. BELFAST BURTON, of Philadelphia, AUSTIN STEWARD, OF Rochester, N.Y. Vice Presidents.
JUNIUS C. MOREL, of Philadelphia, Secretary, and
ROBERT COWLEY, of Maryland, Assistant Secretary.
On motion it was
Resolved, That this Convention do recommend the formation of a Parent Society ; and that immediately after its organization, to appoint a general corresponding Agent, to reside at or near the intended purchase in Upper Canada.
On motion it was
Resolved, That this Convention enjoins and requires of each of its members to use their utmost influence in the formation of of societies, auxiliary to the Parent Society about being established in the city of Philadelphia; and also to instruct the auxiliary societies when formed, to send delegates to the next General Convention.
On motion it was
Resolved, That the next General Convention shall be composed of delegates appointed by the Parent Society and its auxiliaries: provided always, that the number of delegates from each
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