ean, Secretary of the Trustees.
It was also signed by William Beach Lawrence, Chairman, and James B. Bensel, Secretary, of an Executive Committee; and Thaddeus P. Mott, Chairman, and J. Lawrence, Secretary of the Association, whatever it was. These certified that Gideon J. Tucker and Dr. Charles Edward Lewis Stuart had been appointed delegates at large from the Association ; and that Colonel Baldwin, Isaac Lawrence, James B. Bensel, and James Villiers, had been appointed Delegates, and N. Drake Parsons, James S. Selby: M. Dudley Bean, and A. W. Gilbert, Alternatives, to represent the Association at the Richmond Convention for the nomination of President and Vice-president, &c. They were finally treated with courteous contempt, by being simply admitted to the floor of the Convention as tolerated t commissioners, and were regarded by some as spies.
In this matter, as in others, the proceedings were cautiously
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