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George W. Brown named agent for the Kansas Executive Committee

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KANSAS TERRITORY,
TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES --- GREETING:
Whereas, The Executive Committee of Kansas Territory, invested with full authority from the PEOPLE of said Territory in GENERAL CONVENTION ASSEMBLED, and approved by the Constitutional Convention have appointed, and by these Letters do appoint
G.W. BROWN, ESQ.,
an Agent of the said Executive Committee, and a Representative of the said Territory of Kansas, to THE PEOPLE of the UNITED STATES, the several Legislatures of the respective States, the Representatives in Congress, and the Heads of the several Departments, to present to them the true condition of said Territory of Kansas, and its claims for immediate admission into the Union as a
SOVEREIGN STATE.
These, Therefore, Are to request all persons interested to RECEIVE OUR SAID AGENT IN THE ABOVE CAPACITY, and extend to him and his associates all the aid and encouragement in their power.
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand at Lawrence, the Tenth Day of December, A.D. 1855.
J. H. Lane Chairman.
ATTEST: J. K. Goodin Secretary.
[The following is a notation, written at the bottom and side of the proclamation.]
See the Heral of Freedom of about April 1, '56 with account of a meeting held in Em. Aid building, and any appointment on a committee to establish a steamboat line up the Missouri direct to Kansas. June 8, 1905. G.W. Brown

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