"You say you won't fight to free Negroes," President Lincoln wrote reproachfully to a mass meeting in Illinois in 1863.
Do you mean to say that Miss Lucretia is in Brampton and spoke at the mass meeting?
A band concert and a mass meeting on the Common closed the convention.
Next day, however, there was a mass meeting to discuss the case of Able.
The next evening, May 4, 1886, a mass meeting was called at the Haymarket.
The extent to which he mingled in political affairs is shown by his activity at a mass meeting in March, 1843, at Springfield.
Rasula, the Aratat lawyer, in mass meeting, had discussed the document.
The culmination was the mass meeting in Dreamland Rink, the largest auditorium in the city.
This is often, though not always, purely a representative body, without any mass meeting of members.
Then a mass meeting was called to discuss the situation, and the results of the survey were set forth.