Vicksburg Herald clipping

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Bennett and Aaron Moore.

J. Aaron Moore, who has been a State pensioner for the past three years, is very anxious to secure pay for a house of his which was burned during the riot in Meridian in March, 1871, and he would no doubt succeed, but for the unconstitutionality of the legislation. The bill is now before the Governor, who will sign it, being an aspirant for re-election, but the city of Meridian and county of Lauderdale will never pay the colored fomenter of strife a single nickel while there is a court in the land where an appeal can be taken.





Vicksburg Herald, “Vicksburg Herald clipping,” Mississippi State University Libraries, accessed March 2, 2024,

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