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The Daily Dispatch: April 18, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Wm. J. Hancock and E. D. Eve, the report was adopted without a dissenting voice. on motion, it was unanimously adopted-- 1st. That the Chairman appoint twenty-five delegates to represent this meeting in the Southern- Rights Convention to assemble in Richmond on the 16th inst., and that the proceedings of this body be read in said Convention. 2d. That copies of the proceedings be forwarded to the Richmond Examiner, Enquirerand Dispatch for publication. After the following gentlemen, viz: Dr. G. F. Swann, S. E. Swann, J. G. Dickinson, Wm. J. Hancock, Robt. T. Cobb, N. J. Hancock, Wm. W. Smith, Capt. Wm. D. Waller, Robt. S. Anderson, Jos. T. Colline, John K. Sizer, Wm. C. Gatewood, R. M. Sizer, Thos. A. Gatewood, E. D. Eve, Dr. John W. Davis, Dr. N. R. James, Dr. Jesse H. Winn, Col. T. B. Coghill, Philip Samuel, Thos. D. Smith, Jos. M. Hewlett, and Wm. Beazly, were appointed as delegates, and, on motion, the Chairman was added, the meeting adjourned sine die. W.