Race and Place Newspapers

Richmond Planet

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Location: Richmond, Virginia
Date of Publication: May 21, 1892 (Wednesday)
Frequency: weekly
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Sixteen candidates were baptised the 15th inst. at the First Baptist church by Doctor Hardy, also be preached a splendid sermon at 11 A. M. The church was crowded to the utmost.

A number of young people of this city visited Eastham, VA., 14th inst. accompanied by our correspondent to attend the commencement exercises of Mr. R. F. Brown's school, which was a complete success. The school house was crowded. After the programme of the pupils was carried our, Miss N. L. Brown sang a solo, "Flee as a Bird to your Mountain," after which we had a few remarks from our correspondent, after which tables were arranged and we enjoyed a delicious supper.

Quite many of the county school teachers have closed their schools, namely: Miss Susie Alexander, Miss Wyatt and Miss Mary Bullock.

Drs. Hardy and Goodall returned from the convention in time to fill their pulpits last Sunday.

Summary of Article
General society notes of interest about Charlottesville's colored community.

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