Minutes, 1 July 1844, as Reported by Thomas Bullock

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glisten with joy— as each speaker addressed the multitude— at the prospect that is now lying before them of peace and tranquility being once more restored to the City of — and as each speaker concluded his address, drew from them an unanimous expression of assent and delight at what they had heard—
 
July 1. 1844— 4 P. M
minutes of a Public meeting— [p. [4]]
glisten with joy— as each speaker addressed the multitude— at the prospect that is now lying before them of peace and tranquility being once more restored to the City of — and as each speaker concluded his address, drew from them an unanimous expression of assent and delight at what they had heard—
 
July 1. 1844— 4 P. M
minutes of a Public meeting— [p. [4]]
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