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October 20, 1884
Carl Shurtz will not speak in Faneuil Hall, but only at the Tremont Temple and to the Germans at the South end. It is earnestly hoped, however, that the Cleveland men of the college will turn out and escort him from Tremont Temple to the Southend.
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