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of membership in these societies read as follows: To all other societies established on principles of liberty equality, Union, patriotic virtue, and perseverance: We, the members of the Republican Society of Baltimore, certify and declare to all Republican or Democratic societies, and to all Republicans individually, that citizen——hath been admitted, and now is a member of our society, and that, from his known zeal Seal. to promote Republican principles and the rights of humanity, we have granted him this our certificate (which he has signed in the margin), and do recommend Sieur De Monts. him to all Republicans, that they may receive him with fraternity, which we offer to all those who may come to us with similar credentials. In witness whereof, etc. Alexander McKinn, president; George Sears, secretary. The seal of the Baltimore Society, which issued the above certificate, is composed of a figure of Liberty, with pileus, Phrygian cap, and fasces, with the name of the soci