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Reproduces a portion of a speech by one of the Presidential Electors on the Republican ticket, made on Nov. 1, 1876, at Platt's Hall in San Francisco, on the general superiority of Chinamen to vaqueros. Reprinted from the San Francisco Call of Thursday, November 2d.
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