This, of course, delayed the time of attack.
A day or two afterwards most of our party took the boat to Cleveland — J. H. Kagi, Richard Realf, William H. Leeman, Richard Robertson, and Captain Brown remaining.
Captain Brown, however other town in Canada to set up the type, and to get the Constitution printed, which he completed before he returned to Cleveland.
We remained in Cleveland for some weeks, at which pace, for the time being, the company disbanded.
Another reportCleveland for some weeks, at which pace, for the time being, the company disbanded.
Another report, which was found among John Brown's papers at Harper's Ferry, gives some additional information respecting this assembly.
The full reports, not only of this public Convention, but of many secret meetings, which are mentioned in Cook's Confession,Confession:
We staid about two weeks in Chatham — some of the party staid six or seven weeks. We left Chatham for Cleveland, and remained there until late in June.
In the mean time, Captain Brown went East on business; but, previous to his d
That John Brown, J. H. Kagi, Richard Realf.
L. F. Parsons, C. H. Tidd, C. Whipple, C. W. Moffit, John E. Cook, Owen Brown, Steward Taylor, Osborn Anderson.
A. M. Ellsworth, Richard Richardson, W. H. Leeman, and John Lawrence, be, and are hereby, appointed a Committee, to whom is delegated the power of the Convention to fill by e. H. Smith, James M. Jones, Geo. B. Gill, M. F. Bailey, Wm. Lambert, C. W. Moffitt, John J Jackson, J. Anderson, Alfred Whipple, James M. Bue, W. H. Leeman, Alfred M. Ellsworth, John E. Cook, Stewart Taylor, James W. Puniell, Geo. Akin, Stephen Dettin, Thos. Hickerson, John Cannet, Robinson Alexander, Richard Realf, Thomas F. Cary,gi, Secretary of the Convention.
Memorandum — offices filled.
Secretary of War--J. H. Kagi. Members of Congress-Alfred 31.
Ellsworth, Osborn Anderson.
Treasurer — Owen Brown.
Secretary of Treasury--Geo. B. Gill. Secretary of State--Richard Realf.
Promising that the plan of the Liberators