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For Frederick Douglass Paper.
Columbus, Oct. 31, 1854
Mr. Editor--I will pursue the discussion on the subject of "Prejudice" in the Jerry Rescues Celebration, by introducing C. L. Remond as the next speaker.
Mr. R did not perfectly agree with his friend Green, define his own postion further than to imtimate that the more respectable the appearance of a colored person the more liable they were to be insulted. "That if he had paraded down the main streets of Syracuse a drunken , he would not have been called a "damn negro," as he was for trying to be decent like other men." I think this assertion

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