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Letter from Chauncey Mead to W. W. Baker, November 22, 1883

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W W Bakin Esq.<br>
 
W W Bakin Esq.<br>
 
Dear Sir<br>
 
Dear Sir<br>
in reply to yours of the 20 for<br>  
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in reply to [undecipherable] of the 20 for<br>  
 
my opinion in regard to<br>  
 
my opinion in regard to<br>  
 
intimidation being used<br>
 
intimidation being used<br>
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the Negroes from exercising<br>
 
the Negroes from exercising<br>
 
there right of Suffrage in the<br>
 
there right of Suffrage in the<br>
later Election, I will Say that I<br>
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later Elichion, I will Say that I<br>
 
never saw more freedom exercised<br>
 
never saw more freedom exercised<br>
 
at the Polis [undecipherable]<br>
 
at the Polis [undecipherable]<br>

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W W Bakin Esq.
Dear Sir
in reply to [undecipherable] of the 20 for
my opinion in regard to
intimidation being used
by the white People to prevent
the Negroes from exercising
there right of Suffrage in the
later Elichion, I will Say that I
never saw more freedom exercised
at the Polis [undecipherable]