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RALEIGH, N. C., February 7, 1860. FRANK. I. WILSON, ESQ.: Dear Sir:--The undersigned, a portion of the members of the "Wake County Workingmen's Association," beg that you will permit us to publish the Address delivered by you before our Association…
DEFAMER MUST GO
Mass Meeting of White Citizens of Wilmington Pass Resolutions.
EXPULSION OF MANLY
AND RESIGNATIONS OF MAYOR AND CHIEF OF POLICE DEMANDED.
MANLY GIVEN TWENTY-FOUR HOURS
Time for Negro Domination Forever Past,
EDITOR MANLEYâ€™S RESPONSIBILITIES
The confiscation of the property and exiling of EDITOR ALEXANDER MANLEY of the Wilmington, N. C., RECORD were without palliation or excuse.
That he published a lawful but indiscreet article in the editorial…
THE APOLOGISTS FOR NORTH CAROLINA.
That any one, white or colored, Jew or Gentile, Christian or Infidel could be found to justify the murdering of the unarmed colored men at Wilmington, N. C., after the so-called election has taken place is one of…
MORE ABOUT THE BUTCHERIES.
LAWLESS CONDITION EVERYWHERE
Scandalous Behaviour of the U. S. Naval Reserves.
Officers of the Law Exiled.---The Treasonable
Revolutionists in Possession of the City.
ANARCHY TRIUMPHANT AND THE GOVERNMENT OF…
REGISTER LYONSâ€™ RINGING LETTER.
HE SPEAKS PLAINLY OF THE CONDITIONS IN THE CAROLINAS.
The Arguments of the Apologists Demolished.
An Able Defense of the Colored People.---No Negro Rule in the South.
REVOLUTIONISTS IN WILMINGTON PAY…
"The Story Of The Wilmington, North Carolina, Race Riots" Raleigh News and Observer, November 27, 1898
THE STORY OF THE WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA, RACE RIOTS.
By COL. ALFRED M. WADDELL.
Leader in the Reform Movement and Now Revolutionary Mayor of Wilmington.
(Special Correspondence of Collierâ€™s Weekly.)
My active connection with what has been…
THE EXCUSES AT WASHINGTON.
The lawless elements of the south seems to be in â€œfull swingâ€ at Washington. The advisers of the President have decided that in South Carolina, where many America citizens, both white and colored were killed during a…
Benjamin Hedrick (1827-1886), a chemistry professor at UNC, was dismissed from his job in 1856 after openly claiming that he supported the Republican…