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of to the bereaved ones this action of the Convention, and to the Woman’s
Journal. and spread upon the minutes. _
:0— MRS M. B. CLAY, Com
in- MRS. EUGENIA B. FARMER, '
Richmond, l{y., December 11th, 1895.
‘(ll It was moved that a memorial page be reserved in the minutes for
si- the names of these departed members, and be enclosed in a black bor-
der. Carried.
id After singing one verse of “ Asleep in jesus,” the exercises closed
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