Tariff meeting an adjourned meeting of the citizens of Kershaw District was held in Camden on the 18th inst., to receive the report of the Committee appointed to draft a memorial and resolutions to Congress, in opposition to the proposed tariff on woolens.
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"Col. J.S. Deas, resumed his seat, as chairman, and the following, report of the Committee was submitted by Col. H.G. Nixon: Memorial. The Memorial of the Citizens of Kershaw District, South Carolina, to the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives, of the United States of America, in Congress assembled."
Signed (p. 9): "James S. Deas, chairman."
According to Thomas J. Kirkland and Robert M. Kennedy's Historic Camden, part 2, 1926, p. 84, the meeting was held in August, 1827, to protest against passage of the 1828 tariff on woolens.
Reproduction of original from The American Antiquarian Society.
Sabin no. 88076.
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