The Resolutions.

O. E. Bosca presented resolutions, which were adopted. They were the same as those adopted at last night’s convention, with this addition:
Resolved, That the honest, courageous, wideawake policy of Theodore Roosevelt as Governor of New York is worthy of commendation, and the convention pledges its support for a second term, advocating his renomination and re-election, both as a reward for good work performed and as a guarantee of continued administration beneficial to the state.
Resolved, That the members of this convention unhesitatingly disapprove of the scheme of annexation which has been proposed in the Greater Troy bill and earnestly request Governor Roosevelt to prevent it from becoming a law.
Troy Daily Times. April 7, 1900: 2 col 3.