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Proceedings Of A Unification Meeting

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Njíw Oklkaxs, July 10,- A uuificaüon masa ineetiug was hela to-uight. Fifteeu hundred persona were present, two-thirds wliite. _ An addresa and the foUowiog resolutions were adopted : ii'f.wíví, That the prcnrnblo and rcsolutions adoptad by tliu comiulttee ul' one hundred meet with the approbatiou of thia mass meeting. Bctohed, That we, the people of Louisiana, white and coulored, usscmbled in inass meeting, pledgo ourselvea so soon as tlie exi?ting oppositiou to the enjoyment of 1 he civil íiglits of all oitiz'.ns irrospoctive of color shall have coased. to imite all our iufluence and euergiea and co-operate in a common íuoveincnt to redvue taxation toa rate correspouding to the resources of tljo country, to investígate and correct the public debt, to suppress unaeoeassry omoes. todiminish the bighsaluriö?, and exorbitant emolumenta a ttached to public offices, and to sucuiu in Louisiana B8 soon as possiblo tho establishment of au lioncsl, economie und patriotic govorn inent. Beaolved, That the President of tlii.s muL'ting be authorizcd to appoiut an exeoutive oominittee of thirty u advocate, maintaia and develop tiironghout tLe Stat'j tho principies berein beforo Bot iortli, fttid to conveno the poople and take other measures for lbo purpose of canyiuji out the objeeta of tliis meeting aB iñdiuated by the foregoing refolirlious. Eftta Field, being asked what the vrorld would cali an oíd maid, has her ideas of matrimony. Of oourse she knows all about it, just as Miss Abiuil )odge, and Miss Helen Hunt, and Miss üatherine Boeohor know cxaotly how hildrn should be broughtup, bince they never had one, and never expeot to. - ' Woman'l Journal. S


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