Fragment by Frances Miller Seward

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Fragment by Frances Miller Seward
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Distributor:Seward Family Digital Archive

Institution:University of Rochester

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Fragment by Frances Miller Seward

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sender: Frances Seward
Birth: 1805-09-24  Death: 1865-06-21

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transcription: keh 

revision: tap 2017-05-24

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The exigensies of the War are
such that our government hav has
consented to accept the assistance of
the Africans in our midst, to
bring it to a more speedy conclusion.
In oder To ^assist in^ overcoming the strong
prejudice which exists in ^portions of^ this community
againts this class of persons, and to
show their capabilities of taking care
of themselves under favourable cir-
cumstances, I propose to read the
Report
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of Miller Mc Kim
Birth: 1810-11-10 Death: 1874-06-13
of Phil.
recently returned from Por R -, to such
women who ^as^ wish to argue information
on this subject – They are
invited to meet me at ———
at 4 oclock tomorrow afternoon –