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inate candidates for the Convention. All branches of labor are invited to attend." The meeting was called to order by Mr. Thos. Jones, on whose motion Mr. Thos. H. Wynne was elected Chairman. On taking the chair, Mr. Wynne thanked the meeting for the unexpected honor. He had not been advised of the intentions of the asMr. Wynne thanked the meeting for the unexpected honor. He had not been advised of the intentions of the assemblage, and knew nothing of its objects except from reading the notice in the newspapers. He, however, felt deeply interested in the movements of the industrial classes, and would discharge the duties of his present position with whatever ability he might possess. The necessity of dignity and order in the proceedings was earnesedings then became unintelligible to the reporter; but soon afterwards a vote was taken, and the Chairman declared the meeting adjourned. Second meeting. Mr. Wynne was again called to the chair, but he stated that while he appreciated the honor, he could not serve in that capacity, since it had been voted to have a "Union m