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t 4. A very large number of colored people marched in procession on Friday night, July twenty-seven (27), and were addressed from the steps of the City Hall by Dr. Dostie, ex-Governor Hahn, and others. The speech of Dostie was intemperate in language and sentiment. The speeches of the others, so far as I can learn, were charactDostie was intemperate in language and sentiment. The speeches of the others, so far as I can learn, were characterized by moderation. I have not given you the words of Dostie's speech, as the version published was denied; but from what I have learned of the man, I believe they were intemperate. The convention assembled at twelve (12) Pm. on the thirtieth (30), the timid members absenting themselves because the tone of the general publDostie's speech, as the version published was denied; but from what I have learned of the man, I believe they were intemperate. The convention assembled at twelve (12) Pm. on the thirtieth (30), the timid members absenting themselves because the tone of the general public was ominous of trouble. I think there were; about twenty-six (26) members present. In front of the Mechanics Institute, where the meeting was held, there were assembled some colored men, women, and children, perhaps eighteen (18) or twenty (20), and in the Institute a number of colored men, probably one hundred and fifty (150