The New York Evening Post 11 July 1829

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The New York Evening Post 11 July 1829 - At a large and respectable meeting of Ihe...
At a large and respectable meeting of Ihe Masters of vessels, neid ai ihe merchants' Coliee Houso, Philadel phia, on mursday evening, July nh. Capt Peleg Hall in the Chair, and Cant. R. Smith and Csdl Andrew It Crosby, Secretaries : The object of tbe meeting being stated, it was resolved lhat a committee be appointed to uraii a memorial to congress, - irging the necessity and justice of niacins ihttn upon th same footins with auh. ordinate officers and sailors, for the recovery of ibeirwa - gas anu ouier perquisites, Dy a lien against the vessel ; when the follow ine sentlemon were chosen. Capt. Simeon Toby, Ctpt. Joseph Kay, Capt. Andrew u. vrosoy. . It wa farther resolved, that the meeting reonest, and urge the necessity nf the ship masters of ihedifferent sea port town in the Union calling meetuvrVo co - operate ii - im uuucriauuiig ami umi we cuauairase nave power power to call a meeting at any time they conceive it neces - aary. The proeedingt of the meeting were then ordered topepuDiisiiedny j r.Lr.U UAIX, Cbainran. Asdr'cwD Cosbt, j Secretaries.

Clipped from The Evening Post11 Jul 1829, SatPage 2

The Evening Post (New York, New York)11 Jul 1829, SatPage 2
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