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Richmond Planet

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Location: Richmond, Virginia
Date of Publication: December 29, 1891 (Wednesday)
Frequency: weekly
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Dec. 29, 1891

March! march! for the grand snow house which was beautifully decorated at the First Baptist church Monday evening. Old Santa Claus came down the chimney and brought presents for all the children and a great many grown people.

Dr. Goodall unexpectedly received a great many handsome and valuable presents.

The church was thronged with a tremendous crowd of people, who enjoyed themselves nicely.

Dr. Woodall conducted services Sunday, 11 A.M.

Text:--Luke, 11-10:11 verses-And the angel said unto them, fear not, for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David, a Saviour which is Christ the Lord.

The Dr. remarked that it was one of the greatest events of human history.

Mr. Wm. E. Jackson and Miss Annie Wyatt were happily joined in wedlock Christmas eve.

Mrs. Anthony Buckner spent her holidays in Richmond, Va.

Mr. Alfred Mabrey, Jr., of Richmond, spent his Christmas in this city. He was stopping with Mr. John Coles.

Mrs. Sykes of Danville was in the city, visiting her mother.

Mr. Robert Kelser, State Chief of the Good Samaritans left for Richmond last night on offical business, and other sections below there.

Mrs. Rev. Herndon is in the city.

Miss Bettie Ferguson of the Hartshorn Memorial College, has been here with her parents.


Summary of Article
Reports general society note of Charlottesville's colored citizens.

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