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Senatorial Convention: For The Signal Of Liberty

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Letter to the Editor
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Ckntrkvillk, Sept. 21, 1846. Friekd Foster - The Liberty Party held ita Senatorio! Conrenlionfor this the 4th Sénate District, at Cassopolis, on Saturday the 14th inst. Thero vas but a small number in attendmce, vet n strong fecling waa mamTcstcd by these few to labor on with ell tlieir might in the good cause. James L. Bishop, of St. Joseph County. and A. W. King of Berrien Coünty were nominated os our candidaiea for Senators from ihis District. They aro men "(ried and true," well ïned to fill the Senatorial Chair, and men wliom hefnend3 of Liberty iu th9 District "will deight to honor." P. B. Usborv, of Cassopolis, J. I. Alexakder, of Niles, Willls Crumb, of Van Buren, and S. J. M. Hammond, of Centreville, vere appointed the Corresponding Committee 'or the District for ihe ensuing year. The prospecte oí tbe Liberty party are better now than they ever have been in thts District. - fou may look for an íncreased vote (rom the 'OldSt. Jo. Valley" this Falh