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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 16 January 1846

AlWISLAVERY BUGLE, ! . rrrrrr . .. u llu im vor.. i. S A .EM O., Til 1 1 U Y. J A N U A R V 1 0, S If . NO JU. A N T I-SLA VERY BUGLE. Published ever Friday at Salem, Columbiana Co., O. JAMES B Ali.NAIlY, Jr.. (irncral Agent. BENJAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH HITCHCOCK, Editors. C$All remittances to lie made, ami all letters relating to the pecuniary njfairs of the paper, to be addressed (post paid) to the General Agent. Communications intended for insert lion to be addressed to the Editors. Terms: $1,50 per annum, or $0,00 if not paid within six months of the time of subscribing. Advertisements making less than a square inserted three times 1'orTi cents: one square $1. Fchlisiiimi C'ommittke: S un Brooke, (icorgo Garrctson, James llainaby, Jr D. iv id I.. Ciallircr.th, Lot Holmes. 3. a. 3A2xr.r:e& ysa'arxs. We republish tho following address in or der to stir up the min is of the people by way of remembrance. Lot them again read it, and if in 1813 they endorsed its sentiments, le...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 16 January 1846

COMMUNICATIONS. Friends Editors: I have read the long firti cle of D. D. Davis in your last, and have weighed as cnndidlyosl nm alio, liis argu ment?, in reply to a communication previous ly written by mo, and in defence of himself snd tlio society cf Friends. B. D. D. represents me as charging the so ciety with being "anti-temperance, war sus taining, pro-slavery, immoral and corrupt." That immorality and corruption exist in the society, which it takes no measures to remove, I understand my friend to admit. That the society ia wholly depraved, and sunk to the lowest depths of corruption, lias not been af firmed. That the Triends are anti-'.emper-ance, war Butt lining and proslavpry, in the sense in which B. I!. D. uses these terms, I did not iut-nd to assert; for he will not, if I understand him, nllo'.v them to be applicable to ary but such as are in heart and profes sion, as well as in practice, the supporters of drunkenness, war and slavery. 1 care but little about names; and wi...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 16 January 1846

they will silently acquiesce in the meet ure. In 1843 we thinV we are not mistaken in the dale the General Assembly of Ohio de vlared by resolution that the annexation o f Texas would bo "'unjust, inexpedient and do -structi ve of the peace, safety, and well being of the nation;" that it would he unconstitu tional," and that the people of Ohio cannot be bound by any such covenant, league, or arrangement." Well, Texas has been an nexed, and Ohio is knowing to tho fact. Her Legislature is now in session; but hare its members declared the Union dissolved? Have they even protested against the act? Neither. Not a whimper has come from them; their resolution of '13 has no power over them when it comes in contact with the interests of party; and if the people had more faith in God and less in politics they would have long since learned how little depend ence is to be placed in such declaration. There too is the address of twenty members of Congress to the people of the Free States, issued ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 16 January 1846

POETRY. THE DEATH BED. BY THOMAS HOOD. We wa'.ehcd her breathing through the night, Ilrr breathing soft nnd low, As on her breast the wave of lilb Kopt heaving to and fro. So silently we seemed to speak, So slowly moved about, As we had lent her half our powers, To eke her being out. Our very hopes belied our fears, Our fears our hopes belied; Wo thought her dying when she slept, And sleeping when she died. For when the morn came dim and sad, And chilled with early showers, Her illicit eyelids closed she had Another morn than ours. THE CROWN OF LIFE. There's a crown for the monarch, a golden crown. And many a ray from its wreath streams down, Of an iris hue from a thousand gems, That are woven in blossom on jeweled stems, They've rilled the depth of Golconda's mine, And stolen the pearls from the ocean's brine; Hut the rarest gem, and the finest gold, On a brow of care lio heavy and cold. There's a crown for the victor of lotus (low ers, Braided with myrtlo from tropical bowers; And...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 23 January 1846

U1 UJUJ. vor.. i. SALEM 0., Fll WAV. JANUARY :!', ISIC. NO '27 ANTI -SLAVERY A N T I-S L A V K It Y B U G LE . Published every Friday at Sai.em, Coi.iMniANA Co., O. JAMES UAl.i' , J t.,Oe,.iial A-;ait feEXJAMIN S. JONES, J. KI.IZAUr.TII JONKS, EDITORS. 0O"-t'l remittances to be made, and all letters relating to the pecuniary affairs of the paper, to be addressed (post paid) to the General .Jseent, Communications intended for inser tion to be addressed to the Kdilors. 03" Terms: $1,50 per annum, or 2,00 if not paid within six months of the time of subs'1 riliing. Advertisements making loss than a square inserted three times I'orTj cents: one square $1. I'l'M.ISlllNU t'oMMITTKK: is -tn'i Drool, c, ( ioci-gr Un nelson . .1 win 15 .ruahy , .1 r David L. C. I! rrrih, lM II. lines. 3, E. 3ATi-T33 yjlTnia'li. THE OREGON QUESTION. We copy from the National Intelligencer the speech of Joshua If- Gionisus on this nil absorbing topic. It was called forth by the following resolution: ll-snlccd ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 23 January 1846

rals or courage, bad nolliinj to do in fiinfr lnninic iii hcf position a an indepeiideii t.itiati, The Haiti in soldiery in in nil conscience Vontcoi lible enough, but (I have cum parol then) it is fir superior to tin; Dominican. I know not why this should be so, for llley hive jirrii v iiiurh tin- simn materials nut it certainly is the fact. It 4 possiMa Ihit a single regiment of Dominie in Crc-nli-s, if it could I'- nrgmiz-d and brought inti the lid I, would be superior to any tin glo regi si--11 1 of 1 1 1 1 ' i in negroes, lr.it that in liter ispec.ul tiion. I have, svon but few white tifi'i.Tii in ill j ran'.is of tins Do.uinicm ar my, an t u nt !!'. i t Haiti ar. supeii r to tue negroes cl' the Spanish side. 1 will U'i firtlie.-, nn I express my positive convic tion liiat tint educated nog.-oes of II i i i sitall as compose the upper classes d' Ihe society of thai Republic iro superior to tho e.lucatej whites "I Dominie a sueai as com pose the upper classes of Dominican socio ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 23 January 1846

branded with the stigma cf proslavery, who should have voted" for C. M. Clay for tho Ky. Legislature, the day befuro lio emanci pated his slaves, though his competitor were a pledged advocate t.f perpetual slavery! 1 introduce tlu-so comparisons to show the posi tion of J. B. to be untenable. In my last I endeavored to place in a prop er light the case of the disownmcnt of I. T. Hopper &c. My friend in answering the I2th query, says Friends enjoin upon their members the violation of principles of moral right! The disownmcnt of those Friends are cited as prwf. My idea of his li.s-; would have induecil me to expect belter reasoning from him than that by which ho has eomo to 'this conclusion. J. U.irnahy's disownment of the society and bis answer to this inter rogatory, imply that lie cannot remain a mem ber of Salem monthly meeting of Friends, without being compelled to violate a princi ple of moral right, lie either does or does not believe this to be true; if he does not be liev...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 23 January 1846

POETRY. NOBLE SENTIMENTS. The following si inz is are from tho Dublin Nation. Tnn gilt (if Poetry is never belter e:njl iyf 1 linn in the expression t f noble scntiui'iils like those embodied in tlirse stan aas. Americans especially live too lunch hy "itT'it, loo littif. Iiy filth. They irn lor im manitn success, tint nine, when nhliriil t) w.nt long. II'.' wini hm not learned ill it p.i. item w itting ana miiixiblo emi lrane.'..' are a- motig tin! chief virtu -s nee led in the prose c.itinn of ail nopoo.ihr refer n, is not qnali fi'.v.l to bo a reformer. OUR FAITH. miy Ami at his tisl repine Tho minly nrm wi'l dig tlm soil Until it rcich (ho r.iino ; No toil will m iln tho brave nnn quail, N i ti no his patii neo try. And if ho nso the word "to fiil," Ho only means "to die" What is a year in work j!;o ours! The proudest ever plumed To stiy Oppression's .vil!icriny powers, And freo our nitive I md ! Oh! m.ny a yeir were bravely past, An I many a life well lost. Jf bins-! it gi such ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 30 January 1846

ANT1 SLAVERY BUGLE, VOL. 1. SALEM O., FRUWY. JANUARY .10, lsift NO 2s. ANTI-SLA VERY BUGLE. Published every Friday at Salem, Col.lMntANA Co., O. JAM US B UN A it V. Jr., ;;.eral Al-chI. BEN J AMIS' S. JONES, ) J. ELIZABETH JUNKS, EDITORS. (ttr-IH remittances to lie made, and all letters relating to the pecuniary affairs if the paper, to be addressed (post paid) lo the General .gent. Communications intended fur inser lion to be addressed to the Editors. dr Terms: $1,50 per annum, or S J.OO if not paid within six months of the time of subscribing. Advertisements making loss than a square inserted three times for 75 cents: one square fl. 1'itimsiu(! Cojimittkk: S im'l IJr.-x.fiP, fleorgr Ci a rre tson ,.I inn s i mi ihv, J r David L. (rilhrositli, Lit II dines. SLAVERY'S SHELTER. From the Ohio State Journal. None too soon! Ahby Kelley ami Ste phen S. Fo-l.-r, have lieen peregrinating through Ohio, lecturing on Abolition, &.o. As they were travelling and lecturing together, and were...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 30 January 1846

Priest, who is Goo ovit nil, forever lilt: t would nov call your attention Id an ex pression of friend Tomlinson's in tho Bugle No. 2.1. II.; says "And 1 will further add that no other linn a l'rteil or llio wi'ling tool cf n Piicst, could lio guilty of placing beiore lilt: public an article so notoriously false and slanderous in it eharnctrr." Now I would just say tliat this is no un rominon expression, fur tlic rye to glance up .in, In tlio columns of ilia Bugle. It seems that Friend Tomlinsoii was not contonUo rail T. 1!. Wolff to account for liis own misde meanor, but must throw back the charge up on the great Author of tho Priesthood, in whom is concentrated all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. (1) What mom like tho old serpent calculated to bring into disrepute every thing that is excellent, and lovely, and of moral worth. . Although Jesus Christcanie to rectify what was wrong in tlio Jewish Na tion, yet ho acknowledges that they had tho key of knowledge, and that salvat...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 30 January 1846

taincd their liberty, and to examine the laws of Delaware and report tlm result lo an ad journed meeting. SCHOOLS. Valentino Nicholson, in a communication for which we cannot now find room; desires to call tho attention of our readers to the "Harvoyslnirgh High School," in tho .Semi nary buildings of Dr. Harvey. It is taught by Sanih Harvey; terms fur tho moreordin ry branches of liten.turo $.1 for fivo months, for such other branches as are commonly tau"ht in schools of a similar descrition,thc charges aro in proportion. Also tho "Masscy's Creek High School" in Green Co. six miles X. K. from Xrnin; proprietor and teacher, James 1'. Smart Terms $J for three months in the ordinary branches, $5 including languages, &c. Hoard can he obtained in tho vicinity. Xo distinc tion on account of color is :ia:lc in cilhcr of these ichuoh; DISTRICT MEETING. S. Society will hold its next meeting in New Lisbon, on Sjturday morning, tho 7t!i of February, nt 10 o'clock. The Secretary h is not se...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 30 January 1846

MISCELLANEOUS. THE SLAVE-WIFE. BY FRANCIS H. GREEN. Among the numerous facts which our "pe culiar Institution" is continually dcvelopini: ficts, which from Iho wild ti-,i ri tjr on tin one Imntl, ami the deep malignity on the oth er, outvin tlm most extravagant Miiinr.LT, may ho founrl evidence tint truth is, indeed stranger thiin fiction. The lollowinsr story was related to me hy ono who well know tin; parties; and I give it, as "early us possib.o in his own words. '1 hid been," s-id h,'8ojniirninfr fur f ov eral weeks nt Dawn, Cppor Canada, whirh you well know, was settled by n oniony of Fugitive Slavca, observing tin- regenerating influence f a free utmosuhi t.', whirh is ilni ly working out a phenomenon morn wonder ful than the dreaming alchemist ever impu ted t thb philosopher's some tr..nsie.utr. tion of chattels into men. Tie so facts stand out against the deep hl.irU ,rrn of Slave ry like miracles wrought in li "bluing, an I fraught with an interest strung and ma-p a the ete...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 6 February 1846

AVERY g: J1JJLU. VOL. 1. SALEM O., Fill PAY. FEUJUrAItY fi, IS 10. ANT B NO 29. AN T I-S I, A V K R Y B U OLE . Published every Friday at Salem, Ooixmiuana Co., O. -XV MLS BA UNA By, Jr., General Agcnf. "BENJAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH JONES, Editors. (jir.1l remilanccs to be made, and all litters relating to the pecuniary affairs if the paper, to lie addrened (post paid) to 'the General .1gcnt. Communications intended fur inser tion to be addressed to the Kditors. 07-Terms: $1,50 por annum, or $-2,00 if riot paid within six months of the time of subscribing. AnvERTisKMKNTS making less than a square inserted three times fur 75 cents: one square $1. riiir.isiii.Mi Cojimi i -run: SI m'l IJnu.kc, (leerire (Jarrrtsun,.! miep JS i h i 1 , Jr David L. (iall rnMli, I, t HulltieV. 3. a, iwvj'iraiii yiawnxs,. The following document, though the re port of a local society, is general in its char acter, and is so well suited to tho people of Ohio that we give it entire. Annual Report of the Phi...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 6 February 1846

fear of death, and tlio same is true of all ottior religious bodies. Tliey have'bcenmade to be lieve that their1 salvation here, and hereafter, depends on membership in the church, and when they have joined it, it has, through its priests and leading members, assumed au thority over them. There lies the bondage, the slavery, the crushing of the rising mind, which has, and always will (whilo it contin ues) retard thetyrogress of intelligence, truth, and the perfection and hrppincss of the race. This autliority, this claiming tho right to dic tate to others what they shall do, or what they shall say or believe, is what I wish to escape from. I wish simply to take charge of my own soul and body, and proclaim my own independence of all external authority. I wish to bo free to think, to speak, and to act according to the dictates of my own free unshackled mind. Furthermore, I view the Church in all its departments, a9 a "dead bo dy;" it has done its work, has grown old in iniquity, and m...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 6 February 1846

war for that which they do not want?" What car they fer the interests of the sub ju gated States of the North, why should their wishes be regarded. Have not North ern interests been sacrificed time and again at the bidding of southern chivalry? Do not the northern doe-faces crouch like whipped spaniels before the glance of a southern eye? What impudence for the white slaves of the Noith to urge a war when tho interest of the South do not demand it ! Let Southern chiv alry, both Whig and Democratic unite to si lence these yelping hounds, and drive them back to their kennels. A PROPOSITION. " A mist flagrant outrage was perpetrated Xh other day in the House nf Delegatus of Maryland, a solemn proposition, having all the seeming sincerity of tho resolutions of Mr. MeConnell, made hy Mr. Ree.ler, that tho legislature pass a law enslaving all tho free negroes of the State and then providing for the silo of them, tho proceeds to ho ap plied to the liiiid.ition of the State debt. Too monstr...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 6 February 1846

POETRY For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. WHO ARE THE BRAVE? Who are ihc brave? The world has said, The warrior wilh his keen blade red With blood of slaughtered foes, Whoso banner floats in triumph where, His victim's cry of wild despair, Late on the air aroso. The Laurel wreath that binds his crest His prowess tells, and on his breast The Star of triumph shines; Ten thousand voices shout his name, To tell the world, that "partial Fame, For him her chaplet twines.' lie must be brave; for lie has stood Unmoved, where streams of life-warm blood Stained the green sod beneath; 'Mid banners floating in the sky, When rose the startling battle cry, Of "Liberty or death." T'is said his frame of giant mould, Stood foremost where the death-shot rolled Along the gory plain; And his dark eye with iightning glow'd, As prouldy o'er the field he strode, Mid heaps of foe men slain. Fame with her trumpet voice speaks out, And echoing hills ring back the shout, And standards gaily wave, In honor to his glo...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 13 February 1846

ANTI SI rrv ft GLE. v v, a c i t rs. x . JJ1 "170 TJU'I DH TKtT3 TSSMKKE&S." VOL. 1. SALEM O., lRlRYY. FEBRUARY 1.!, IS 10. NO ?,0 u Jr A N T.I-S L A V K It Y B U G L K . Published every Friday at Salem, Columbiana Co., (). 3AM KS H A UN A 15 V, Jr., Ca.eral A -cut. BENJAMIN' S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH JONES, S EnrroRs. 07".? rcntiltancts to be atfttlr, and all litters relating to the pecuniary affairs if the i,yvT, la be. addressed (post paid) In the (iemral .Igent. ('oiniauniea'ions inhndid j'nr insrr tinti tu be address', d In th' Editors. fc" Terms:!, 50 per annum, or 2.00 if not paid williiu six months of the time of subscribing. Advertisements making loss than a square inserted three times for 75 rents: oni; square $1. lYm.lsniNU Commit! 1:1:: S iii'i I'l'.ioko, George Ci:i rrrtson , .Limes i! . rn il.v, Jr D.ivid L. Unl! rr.-tli, !..t I! h:nV. 3, 2L IPATil'XlG'ii IWiTtf'I'LilLi, From the Liberator. LETTER FROM FREDERICK DOUGLASS LETTER FROM FREDERICK DOUGLASS DOUGLASS, Victor...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 13 February 1846

nd a union of mental nnd physical laws. And so long as this union exists, the violation cr obedionco to those law s will have a uni ted edict. We coiiie now to our second proposition, wliirli is slavery. Religion wp h ivo s lid is productive of happiness, nnd if shivery is productive of m'sery, there can ho no affinity or union existing between tlicin. Wo have said that religion was obedience to ihe ',' iW,and menial, which includes lliu moril and social laws. As the obedience of 1 aws is productive of happiness, the violation of ilmrn is productive of misery. And so far ns sla very is n violation of t'.io above mentioned laws, so far it is contrary to all true religion. For God, is a God of perfection, and of order. Ilenep all his works must harmonize. That w hich is physic illy right, is morally right, and lint which is socially right is morally right, nnd vice vcr.nt. As t'le married rela tion is a Boeiil relation, it follows that it in morally right. And so far as slavery is a v...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 13 February 1846

ENCOURAGING. Last week we received between fifty nnd sixty subscribers for tho Bugle thanks to those who obtained tlinn, and to thoso who subscribed. A few more such returns would soon run our list up to twelve hundred, when we shall unfurl a larger banner, though our sheet even now, small as it is, gives fir moro raiding matter than those of n niueh larger sitse which nro half filled with adver tisements. Send in the. names, nnd those of our subscribers who can afford it and we presume there arc but few who cannot had better la'e a second or third copy for the benefit of their friends who are too poor, or too little interested to subscribe far themselves. If it were a political or a religions paper, its subscription list would be as overgrown as the party or sect in whosrt semen it was enlisted. Shall the fri"iils of huminity do less to pive nn extensive circulit'mn to their pnpprs than do the n:f criers of parlies, the builders of sects? We hope net. HENRY H. HATCH. This young nnd...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 13 February 1846

POETRY. From the Non-Slaveholder. THE QUAKER. BY. J. G. WHITTIER. The Quaker ot the olden time! How calm nnd firm and true, Unspotted by its wrong and crime 1 1 o walked the dark earth through! The lust of power, the love of gain, The thousand lures of sin Around him, had no power to stain The purity within. With that deep insight, which detects, All great things in tho small, And knows how each man's lifo affects The spiritual life of all. He walked by faith and not by sight, By love and not by law; The presence of the wrong and right, He rather felt than saw. He felt that wrong with wrong partakes, That nothing stands alone, That whoso gives the motive, make His brother's sin his own. And pausing nut for doubtful choica Of evils great or small, He listened to that inward voice Which called away from all. Oh Spirit of that early day, So pure and strong and trui, Bo with us in tho narrow way Our faithful fathers knew. Give strength the evil to forsake, The cross of Truth 'o bear, An...

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