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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 14 September 1850

EDITOR'S TABLE. London Quabtbrly Kkviiw. (.Sco' lit- print.) The opening article of the July num ber upon Condorcct and hi works It interesting to men of letters. Art 2, upon Spectacles em bodies information respecting tbo human eyes which should be diffused as wide as the Inn light. Art i, upon 'Dr. Johnson and Dr. Hookwell,' is a brief but effectual castigation of a stupid writer who attempted to enlighten tho world upon the Religious Iifo and Death of Dr, Johnson, without one qualification for tha tank llie remaining articles are as follows t Mechan lam of the rout-Office j National Workshops ) Ancient Agricultural Literature ; the Austrian Revolution; Life of Robert Plumer Ward) Lamsrtino's Refutation of the Quartly Review. New York t L. Scott ft Co., 79 Fulton-t WlSTJIlXSTlB RaVlBW Scott's Reprint.) The contents of the July number are Leonnrdi da Vinci i the Expedition for tha Survey of the Rivers Euphrates and Tigris ; Schiller Wab lenstcin i Life of Dr. Combe ; Classical Educ...

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. — 14 September 1850

Miscellaneous. From Dickens's Household Words. The Power of Mercy. Qi'lET enough, ii gcnernl, in the quirt nlil tovn of Lnmlioroiigh. Why nil tliii bustlo to-dv? Along the hedge-bound roads whicli lend to it, carts, chaise,' vehicles of every description nro jogging nlong filled with countrymen; and here untl there tho srui lot clonk or straw bonnet of Homo fe male occupying a chair, ihiccil somewhat tmsiciitlily iieliinil them, contrasts gnily with tho dark coats, or gray aninck-frocks of tho front row; from every cottogo of thn suburb, noma individuals join llie nrreniii, which mil on lucre lining through the streets, till it rcoch i s the cnstlc. Tho nnricnt niout tecum with idlers, nml llin hill opposite, usually the qui rt domain of a score or two ot peaceful thoop, pnrtiikos of tho surrounding ngila tinu. Tho voico of tho multitude whii'h sur rounds tho court-house, sounds liko tho mur mur of tho sen, till suddenly it in ruined to n sort of shout, John West, the terror of tho ...

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. — 28 September 1850

OLIVER JOHNSON, Editor. "JO UHI0N WITH SLilEHOLDEKS." JAMES BAKNABY, PtUUliln; Ant. VOL. 6N0. 3. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, SEPTEMBER 28, 1850. WHOLE NO. 263. TIE IflTI-SLATER! BULK, lUuknl mrf Saturday, at Saltm, Col. Co., O. . Turku. 1.0 per annum if nnitt In advance. , f 1,74 per annum if ptid within the first tlx month of tht subscriber's year. 92,00 pet annum, If payment bo delayed beyond six months ' . T'W occasionally aend numben to those who an not subscribers, but who an believed to be interested in the disaemination of antl-ala-yery truth, with the hope that they will cither nbacribe themselves, or ne their influence to Wend its circulation among their fnenda, . fir" Com m unication Intended for insertion, to be addreaeed to Oliver Johnson, Kditor. Allothera to James Baknabt, Publishing Agent. THE BUGLE. EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT. OF THE Exec, Committee of the Western A. S. Society. Is) presenting an account of their steward ship for tlio fifteen monllis which have-elnia-d si...

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. — 28 September 1850

tenms of tlio Fun of HighteiiiiiirK': will il lum wir pathwny J wo shall jju on liom ttttiqtierina; to conquer, mail lira lunt fi-tter shall be liruken, llie lust IkuuIiiihii lie email cipntcd, nnd tho vvlxilo uiiivcrmi U'conio, vo ral wilh the rfimitu of redeemed nnd riisrn- tliralltil millions! ,. f Treasurers Report. Western Anti-Slavery Society in account current Western Anti-Slavery Society in account current with the Treasurer, from June 19th, 1849, to Sept. 19th, 1850. lloooivcd for Fair Goods, . 4Jontributions, pledges, Rjo. .. A. K. Foster's Collections, A llrooks's Collections, Itsceipts from Bugle list, adver tisements, fto. $200,18 611,30 9.10,00 91,24 1775,63 Total Receipts, $3608,30 EXPENDITURES. I" J. IV 8, Jonas, bnl wo duo s last year's salary. $136,17 1M. J. W. Walker ou salary, 6A.7 7 I'd. H. W. Curtis. , 13,30. JM. current expenses, ami debt on Hunk-, 890,1,49 8. 8. Foster on debt,' 1,60. . H. llroako an debt, 23,30 Hinchman for printing, . 4,00 " Incidental Expe...

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. — 28 September 1850

Treasurer's Receipts. The receipts of the Treasurer of tlio Wes tern A. 8. Society from Aug. 1st to Bopt. l!)lh, (exclusive of collections fnailo by A. K. Fos- tcrv am -which liave been already acknowl edged,) are an follows i ; ' Wm. Whittlesey, Cnnflohl, . . 25 Abn O. Shrevot Mnwillon, ' 5,00 Cob For Fair Goods, per hnmt of Jane Traecott, - . 6,81 Joel O. Ilnmhleton, 2,00 Catharine I Iambic-ton, 1JX) Robert lliilin, ,v . ; , , 1,00 Marnena Miller, 5,(X) Denjnmin llamblutoti, ' 3,00 Kntnuel Harris, lt00 ' Caleb Green, . 4,00 Lewis Morgan, ... 7,00 Stephen Meudcnhnll, 1,00 FnltTAOF. iOCIETT. ' Lewis M. IWoomfiold, ' '0,00 Mnrgurot I.ynde, f0 Bamnc Campbell, 50 ISAAC TRESCOTT, Treasurer W, .1. S. S, Collections made by A. K. Foster. CLEVELAND, , Fred. Tolhurst, 2,50 Collection, 4,11 Jaa. a. Urown, 5,00 J. M. Starling, 10,00 Dr. I. Wright, 5,00 Wm. Stephenson, 1,00 Rolt.G.Oi Julia O. Porter, Middlciiehl, 10,00 CONCORD, Sophia Howe, '' 50 E. D. Howo, 2,00 ' Mmni.trir.LD, O. Buckingham,...

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. — 28 September 1850

THE BUGLE. Letter to the American Slaves, From those who have fied from American Slavery. From those who have fied from American Slavery. ADOPTED BY THE CAZENOVIA CONVENTION. ArrucTtD aho beloved Bbotheri: The meeting, which aenda you thia letter, is a meeting of ruuaway slaves. We thought it well, that they, who had once Buffered, oa you still aufTer, that they, who bad once drank of that bitterest ot all bitter ctiiw, which you are Still compelled la drink ot, should come together for the purpose or making a communication to yon. .. The chief object of thia meeting is to tell you what circumstances we find ourselves ui that, ao, you may be able to judge for yourselves, whether the prize we nave ob tained is worth the peril of the attempt to obtain it. . The heartless pirates, who compelled us to call them " master," sought to persuade us, aa such pirates seek to persuade you, that the condition of those, who escape from tneir clutches, is thereby made wonte, in atead of better. We...

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. — 5 October 1850

OLITEII JOIIXSOX, Elitor. "NO UNION WITH 81 f E D 0 1 DE R8." J A ITIES BAKNAIlV, I'ufelislilna; ATnU SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO;, (3lII0, OCTOBER 5, 1850. VOL. 6-NO. 4. WHOLE NO. 264, ,!' THE ASTI-SL1TERT BUGLE, PuMUhed trerjf Saturday, at .Salem, Col. Co., Trims. j 1,50 per annum if Daid In advance. $1.74 por nnnum if paid within tho first six monin 01 me subscriber year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond ait months. LTW occasionally tend numbers to those who are not subscribers, but who arc believed to be interested in the dissemination of anti-sis Yery truth, with the hope that they will oithor ubscribo theinaclvos, or use their influence to extend ita circulation anions their friends. ry Communication intended for insertion, to be addressed to Oliver. Johnson. Editor. AUothera to Jams Bahnabt, Publishing Agent THE BUGLE. The New Slave—Catching Law. AN ACT to nmend and supplementary to the act entitled "An net respecting fugi tives from justice and persons escaping irom ti...

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. — 5 October 1850

At Ht QoB COMVD, to TiU TU TRVKf Bl A3TB) M.OW A DCLOllovs OB 1 JAUS.I.NO BLAST, IT Wl HOt M KA WlH UAt B SUA1J. SAT OA HALt CO-.cSAl. AllOT. HALAM, OHIO, OCTOBER 6, 1880, The Diabolism of Slavery. If 70U would read tho heart of the slave- bolder or the clinrnctcr or tue system to which Le i wedded, you will find them written in unmistakable character in tho Infvmnl Law for the Rccnpturo of Fugitive. - Just turn to that law, or to the synopsis of it both which will be found iu this impel nd then toy w hether it would bo possible for toy assembly of devils in f audcmouiuin to outdo the American Congrets, vr wlteth r the arch Fiend himself ever gave hit aa- cnt to statute more thoroughly diubolicu than that to which President Fillmore hut af. fixed liia officiul signature. Iu duscribin that law the 1 moat terrible epithets to be found in the English langunge eectn to ua tome and inadequate. Tho guilt of those who have framed it, at this meridian of the Nioctoeutb Ceutury, iu this ege ...

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. — 5 October 1850

The Conflict of Truth with Sectarianism. Fuaino Cim, Lancaster Co., .... ,' - Fa., 9 mo. 1, I860. Iff BilotiB Friisd 1 1 know the Interne In West the feeli in the cause of human freedom and rellgioui liberty. Iain therefore Induced to withdraw for a few minute from the aocial ' eircle by whieh we are surrounded audcommU' rata tomewbat with thee. Wi have now wrned our facet westward, and after attending a public meeting hen to-morrow morning ihall proceed directly on our way. 1 left home more on pecuniary business than any thing else, but havo found a demand occa. tonally for a meeting, and being deeply inter, ted in all that pertain to our progress at in- dividual and a race, I hare been delighted to tulngle with the people in their assemblies. Thee understands my position touching our rightt in all the undivided bodice of the Fi lends, We claim never to hare surrendered our claims upon the Society. The blgota of Indiana Year ly Heating outraged our right, and we grew Into a Yearly ...

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. — 5 October 1850

Miscellaneous. English and American Women. ' ' Mr. D. W. Bnrtlott, writing' Tor the New Englawktvn "England and the English," says: ' . -The English ladles and the American form more striking contrast than the gentlemen. V Of our city women, how mnny nre there In Tefincd circles that could walk a coiiplo of " miles In the open nir without excessive fn- ; tigtte? How mnny white, lily-palo fuccs do 'i We bave! how mnny oor, trembling frames 1 bow mnny young creatures reclining in cany carnaires, with not enough ot nervous encr gy to enablo them to net with decent courage upon any occasion thnt rcrpilirs tlint quoli- tvl In England, one is astonished to see the almost perfect henlth of the women and chil- t dren. Tho former are of splendid iruiiies, I with full busts, rich nud rosy checks, excel ' lent muscular f.owcr, nnd strong qualities of mind. Homo whimpering fools aftcct to call them coarse. iust as if henllh were not re- 'fined and illness were delicate! Natural - beauty ia the ...

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. — 12 October 1850

1 OUTER JOHNSON, Editor. "SO UNION WITH SLHEIIOIDEBS." JAJIE BARABY, Pnbrhhlm A(t. VOL. 6-NO. 6. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO,' OHIO, OCTOBER 12, 1850. WHOLE NO. 265. M MMMMH TIE INTI'SLHEKT BLCLE, Publitfud every StJuriUy, at Salrm, Col. Co., 0. Tiaw. f 1,20 per annum if paid tn advance. $1,74 pr aqnum If paid within the tint aix Month! of the subscriber's year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed bcyon I ait month. IT" We occasionally tend numbers to those who aro not subscribers, but who am believed to be intcrestwdin the dissemination of anti-Ma-Very truth, with the hopo that they will cither subscribe themselves, or use their influence to ztend in circulation among their friends. I Communications intended for insertion, to be addressed to Olives Johnson, Ehtor. All others to Jam Bahnait, Publishing Agent, THE BUGLE. The Fugitive Slave Law. letting in Pittsburgh and Allegheny. On Suturdny evening, Sept. 28, n meeting of citizens of Allegheny County, Ph., op posed to the Fugitive Slnv...

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. — 12 October 1850

The Fugitive Law. Bcali Brtimmt-ll was mice asked to mili tate the brut j'iko lift had ever heard in liis lite. After considering a minute, lio mi'iiI Iio thought it was a liequest of five pound left tiv a man in liia will toward paying oil" tho British National Debt. tl'be Ueuu lived in one of ttie darker ngrs. lind he been blessed Willi tho day light of 18o0, he would have confessed tlml tho passage of the Fugitive Slave hill (among others) expressly to 'settle tho Shivery ques tion ' was a joke entirely ahcml of his. And tho vehement assertion of Messrs. Duer, Itush, Vc. at Syracuse thot tlin entire Shive ry agitation, present mid future, had been settled, quieted, put to sleep, by these mens- tires, went even a degree lieyonil tno oilier. It wns carrying absurdity to the verge of the sublime. How Slavery agitation has been buried by the passage, among others, of this Fugi tive Sluve bill, tho Telegraph and the jour nal alreudy begin to show; though ns yet only a very few of the ...

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. — 12 October 1850

Foreign Correspondence. GIESSEN (Germany) 9, mo., 2, 1850. Olitrb Johnsoxi My Dear Friend Whilst walking this old world my thoughts turn constantly backward to tho loved friends and scenes of America. Into thy tancfum have I often looked, With the spirit eye, endeavoring to discover what my friend Oliver' was writing what bread of bonovolcnce he was dispens ing. But I " sco as through a gloss darkly " nd unsatisfactorily thercforo I send this lit tlo mosscngcr to Inquire how thou and thy Scion tl Ho consort are prospering. I hear thnt thy dear M. 1 aspiring to an honorable M. D., less valuable than the ono thou givest " JIj Dear." I shall most gladly wolcomo her to the profession and although sho Is not out nt .isicr in rcgara unio oi admission to me pro- fession, may she soon become such In regard to icpuiauon, ana snow ner sisicrs mai wnawver man ean do by the sick-bed woman can uo much bettor. A fow Independent ladies may break tho shackles of predjudice from tlicir sex give woma...

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. — 12 October 1850

Miscellaneous. The Love of the Beautiful. Every miin, no mutter how poor he tnny lie, Can do something towurds rink i m jf thin world mora beautiful. He rnn leuve behind him tiioniiinciitf, tliron vi which tho grateful tcphyrs shull wuible his limine, long alter lis shull lie sleeping in the dust. Aro you a poor limn, toiling linrd lor frujraf fine? You Will be more limit r-jnil fiir tho liilior tliut id required to keep the lt liefbre jour door clean and green f mid yon will love your liooio llio belter Utr llio roao Ixisli which Monti in the vnrd. kiokiliu III) into Voiir eve. a it ui-if with unilitiiili'. tliroiiL'li im tni en leuve and blmdiiog flower. It was but the work ol hall uti hour to plant it there. And many a year will it rr-wur.l you an I your w ile nml voiip-iililren. witli im' smiles. A 1111111 cannot kive a row, without being a better ' 1 . . . . - tnnn lor tluit exercise of love, A child enn tiot prune it mid wnlrr it, nnd watch widi fleciion iia awelling buihi, wi...

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. — 19 October 1850

toe "SO UNION WITII SLITEnOLDERS." JAIKS II AIIXAIIV, Fnbllalilnsi Agent. OMVEH JOIIXSOX, Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, OCTOBER 19, 1850. VOL. 6-NO. G. WHOLE NO. 266. TO AJiTI-SLA VERY BUGLE, Vvbliihid irerg Saturday, at tktlem, Col, Co., O, Term J. H.flO per nnmim if pnid in advance. 91,74 per annum if paid within the lint nix tnonthi of the aubscrilwr year. $2,09 per annum, if payment be delayed fcfcyond all months. I irWe oecasionfdly send numbcra to thoae Wsa are not subscriber, but who arc believed la b interested in tho dissemination of nnti-aln-Very truth, with tho hopo thut they will either subscribe themselves, or uso thoir iiilhicnco to xtend ita circulation among their friends. (7Communieationa intended for inaortion, to bo addressed to Oliver Johmsox, KJitnr. AU others to James BAitNAnr, l'uhlixhiiiK .V.;ent. Selections. A Freeman's Resolve. The infamous slnve bill linn finally pnssed both branches of Congress. My opinioiiH on tltiai subject nmy have lint littlo w...

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. — 19 October 1850

Citizens' Meeting. At a largo and respeetnblc meeting bf tho Citizen bf Bnlein, ttnd vicinity, held on Frl day owning) the 11th lust., pursuant to ad ilurhmerit of fbrmor irtetuirig livid on tho 7th lust., to tnka into further consideration tho Fugitive Sluvv Law, Jonas D. Cattell v0 called to tho Chair, nnd Jas. Barat appointed Secretary, for the evening.. The Business Committee appointed at the previous meeting, reported H. aerie of Reso lution and form of Memorial, which re- liort u accepted by tlio meeting, e fol low! The People of tfulcm, Columbiana County, ... Uhio, assembled without distinction of sect or imity, to cxuiuuie the Law recent' ly cttacrt'U by Congress, fur the recliiinii lion ttf Fugitive Slaves, do udopt tho fob IdvVihg Resolution a au expression of Kht'ir sentiment olid feelings at this mo Wiitona crihii kk the history of our Country, villi i II ..-..!-. I Tl,.l uH i.. ... : .............. whether hi accordance Willi or In oposiiiou to the Constitution of the U...

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. — 19 October 1850

EDITORIAL BREVITIES. IL IL Garnet, oh of Iho delegate to tho frankfbrt Peace Congress, Write to the- Non JUoveholdi an Kcoovlnt of a vi.it of tho kracrl an delegate to the University of Holdlcborg, , tGemreny.) ' W. C. Pennington, of Hart- . Rfrd, CU, had received from tliii institutirm tho degree of D. D.t mmI this was his first visit to his Aim Mater. While In tho chapel, on of , tho learned Professor invited Dr. I'ennington - to ascend the platform and ear a few words. He Complied With the request, and when he do acerJded, the Doctor of Law .topped forward and embraced Dr. Pennington in both arms and kissed him Upon the forehead, amid loud applause. The Professor remarked in sub etance " that whilo the Faculty wcro desirous ttl pay tribute to his orth, talent and learn . ing, at the ftuho time they wore anxious to show to the world that in Germany, a man is not judged by the color of his kin and that they took pleasure in holding out to tho Afri can race, as well as to others, in...

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. — 19 October 1850

Miscellaneous. From the New-Englander. Tom Toperly. BY WILLIAM T. COGGSHALL. Tom Toperly n the veriest sot In nil the Mown. He had been S crent many thing" i.. a ...,. lutt Iia Imfl nlwnvs huen n loner, that K ns long hs ho hud Wn nt nil, or, nt least, sinre he win ten vrars of age, ' which erind, nl tho dnto of our biography, wa dlstiiht about flfleeu dearth's revoltitiolia .' amimil Ira orhit. . Tom hnd deriml Ida patronymic from nn i ncwitry which, probably, nt somo undent rtS hnd won the significant iippolhitiou for XtnitK in the tint! thnt hnd miule him fatuous. l.n.l lo.i l..it.tit lu iii'MHi'fl llirntllh" tlm 'lVniimrnnrn Orders find Societies nrnns im In hia iieiulihnrhood, mid i Im ttnl enmn nut ns much of H lot nn lis went ' in, nnd more bo, if nllownlice was not uiudo for Inpac of time. ' Tom bad always neen a nncncior, pcruaim because he had never been sober long enough to seek out ft wife, and, perchance, because humimniiicli of a locomotive demijohn ' that no woman cou...

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. — 26 October 1850

Bugle OMVEll JOHNSON, Editor. MO U1II0II WITH SLiTEHOLDERS." J A WES HinXAnr, rnblUlilnsr Agent. VOL. 6-NO. 7. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, OCTOBER 26, 1850. WHOLE NO. 267. THE IJiTI-HATERY BUGLE, PiMuhed fery Saturday, ui Smlem, Cot, Co., Tkrmh. 1,50 nor nninim if rnid in advance. fl,7o per annum if pnid within tho first six nonini ol tho subscriber ycr. 1,00 pec nnum, if payment be delayed beyond six month. LVWe occasionally tend numbers to those who ar net Subscribers, but who aro believed te bo interested In tho dissemination of anti-sin-tory truth, with thg hopo that tlicy will cither subscribe themselves, or uso thoir inllueiico to extend lU circulation among their friend. t (Communications intended for insertion, to be addressed to Oi.ivkr Joiixsom, Editor, All other to J auks Bahnaiiy, Publishing Agon Selections. From the Anti-Slavery Standard. Letter form Parker Pillsbury. WESTERN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. Gat: Before rcceivimr tl.i you will have seen, mid p"ilinps published in...

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. — 26 October 1850

News from the Old World. rrnrliril Boston hlelit be L. m midniJ " Ut cam- to the New II . h ;i.--.,t Rni in:i(l THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION. Intelligence of n etnrthng lint confuted Iihh iieen uroueni iroui uie nn"'- inurdrr of all hands by tliH natives ; mid id though the different alu.emcn.il given ly tho Esquimaux aro very contradictory, the fcnr that iu the one grcut particular tin y limy ho too trim, it strengthened ly the fuel thiit the remains of n venue I have ti.-.-n toiiud, w hirl) in all probability wnt the llie Ereliut orTerror. The North Star wnt It-act with ire in Ju ly InM, on the east title of Melville Hy, nnd during two monttia of extreino peril from tho massive flora nnd bergs, drilled nt fur to " the northward oa Wolesii'iiholme Island.- The sound being free from iro nt the time, anil wna Hindu lor a secure I my, whore tho ship anchored, and vtut housed over ir the winter. The ice aoon formed n communication tic ' tween the vesmd and the thnre, whither nuinhera of tlio ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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