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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 4 January 1851

Extract from an Address Delivered at an Indignation Muling in Vernon, y . Ohio. , But bad M are the teversl features of this tbomlnable slave law, how la it possible, I a-k, lot It to make til constitutional slave's m e nn worse, or sink liim any lower in ihe scale of political wretchedness r Unless one cur. dip his pencil in the very depths of the pit of per lition, how will it bo possible for him to paint the shadowy line upon tho faco of primevnl night ? How, I say, is it possible to mnko the stare's tua any worse than It was before the passage of this bill, even under tho Immediate eye of our most oloriovs coNHTirvTiox ! tho I'ulludiiiin of universal Liberty t the flag ship of tho world's victorious squadron of huninn emancipation I tho terror of despots of all countries, mid tho Watch-woid of hope and inspiration, to tho vic tims of oppression wheroror they arc struggling to be free I You see, fcflow-citixcns, that I havo nearly put myself out of breath in trying to say some th...

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. — 4 January 1851

Miscellaneous. From the New York Tribune. A Talk with Deceased Friend, Through a Clairvoyant. The following minutes of a conversation ' tiehl with the spirit of a departed friend, who left this niortnl Btnto iu June, If lit, is not " tnrMished as uny evidence of tho truth of the ,-cninrkolile phenomena of alleged inter- teourse with disembodied spirits, known in our days u Clairvoyance, Mysterious Rn- pings, &c. The young mini who wit the t medium of coimiititiirntiiiu ill this case, hna . been consciously claii vnvant hut few , Weeks, and tho 'Rappings,' so culled, ore nl- to heard in his presence, though he is no connection of the Fox liiinily, and hns hut the slightest Bcipiniiitnneo with any of them. We think tiono w ho know him would con sider fraud on his nrt possible, though whnt ' delusion, hallucination or iliulMilii: iutlu- ence bo may be subjected to, this deponent aitli not We banuen to know of still another fmnl- . 1y in this city, having no connection wilh the , i'...

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. — 11 January 1851

JDJF "SO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." Jlirs BAUWIIV, PuMllilnK AcnU . . OHVLIt JOHNSON, Editor. : VOL. 6 NO, 18. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JANUARY 11, 1851. WHOLE NO. 278. M II J 114 IM in I tJ , THE ANTI-SLAVERY Bl'GLE, fuUuhtd sccry Saturday, at SMcm, Col, Co., O. ' Tirms. $1,50 per imimm if paid in advance. ' (tl,75 per annum if pnid within tlio first six anonths of tlic subscriber's year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond six month. I VWo occasionally send numbers to those who aro not subscribers, but w ho nrc believed to be interested in the dissemination of nnti-sln-ery truth, with tho hope thnt they will cither subscribe themselves, or use their inihicmo to extend lt circulation among their friends. rCommtmicfitlons intended for insertion, to be addressed to Olivkii Johnson, Kditor. 11 others to JamrhIUhnaiiy, Publishing- Agent. Selections. Thanksgiving at the Five Points. Fcrhnps tlie moNt rrmnrknblo festivity in II the Stuta of New York wns celebrated on Thiiukf...

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. — 11 January 1851

rannot adequately express that etas Is tha pro-slavery clergy of your city In particular. Vlicn I m here, 15 yesrs sgo, your clergy held that tlie topic of slavery was unsuitihlo lor the pulpit. Thty vrere oil opposed to slavery lint to read an antl-slnvery notico, or timke mid anti-slavery prayer, or give their churches (or anti slave ry meeting Mill more, to preach anli-sla ery sermons, would be to introduce nn ex. tretieona subject-one quite foreign from the uaeaof the building otui llio functions of the minister of religion. On returning litre I find things, Willi it lew noble exceptions, in the same state, llnl mark the consistency of thefc men. The hurps and Rognrses who are so jealous ol ihcsnuctity ol their pul pita that they will on no iit'roinit allow them to be desecrated tiy the delivery ot an anti larery discourse, no sooner hear that the President haaiigucd n law requiring the Citizens or Massachusetts lit return fugitive slaves, than, turning their backs on Mount Bina...

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. — 11 January 1851

EDITORIAL BREVITIES. Barousl Wright, a colored man, lu ba arrested at Baltimore lor assisting slave to scape. ' The Town of Princeton, Mass., has adopted, H it corporate capacity, resolutions denounc es; the Fugitive law. The Hunkers at Columbus are In great tie Jrtdation In prospect of the election of J. R. Cldding to the Senate. They will do their wont to defeat him, and m ill probably sue eed. An effort II being made fn Washington for tailing fundi for the establishment of a newt (taper to advocate Senator Benton'a election to the next Presidency. . The Governor of the young State of Iowa recommend, in hie menage to the Legislature, " a steady and unflinching support of the fugi tive law." When such rulers bear sway tho people may well mourn. It la said that Mr. Webster has nearly arrived mt the conclusion that he cannot be President, and will cast his influence for Mr. Fillmore. Bo say the Washington correspondent of The True Democrat. . The Cambridgo correspondent of tho Spring...

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. — 11 January 1851

Miscellaneous. Paine's Great Discovery. From the Chronotype. W hvo no hesitation in snyiriR Ihat Mr. JVmo, by setting in motion mngiietizcd tssl ices f Id peculiar construction evolves lectitc currents which exert n thousand times mora, decomposing lbrcn tlmn tiit.t whict U tipiivnlcnt to keep up the niecliniii t Rvrce lor moving the helices. Iln cm IhCTefore nppty one part of din resultant 'force to keep up hi productive liirco, nnil hnve nine, hundred nml ninety-nine pints left clear so tnuch that litis cost him noth- in. Ilore in perpetual million with n witness Jsjrpotunl i.iotion to nil intents nud purposes perpetual motion beyond thu most tan- puma dreams of Its crnyicst pursuer. I lore the grcnt element of life in chnineil, tamed lid subjected, tu the dominion ol until us completely tut thu wind or the will or over were. The consetpienccs nf thin discovery lire enough to upset the soundest intellect. It must make a revolution in science and in society. It puis sncicly under n...

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. — 18 January 1851

d ft "SO HMOS wnn SLUknOlDEBS." OlMVF.lt JOIIXSOX, Editor. JAltinn BAIIMABV, Publlslilns Agent. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OlIIO, JANUARY 18, 1851. TOL. 6-NO. 19. WHOLE NO. 279. MS ANTI-SU V ERT BUGLE, fmUitAed (vary Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O. Tinw.. $M0 per annum if paid in ndvnnce. $1,74 per nnnum if paid within the lirst nix months of tlio suliscrilx-r's year. 2,00 per milium, if puymcnt be delayed beyond six mouths. llWo Occasionally send numbers to tho.c Who aro not subscribers, but who are believed to be interested in the dissemination of nnti-sla-yetj truth, with tlio hopo tliat thejr will cither Subscribe themselves, or uso their Inil'ienco to xtend It. circulation among their friend. f7Communieationa IntcndiM for insertion, ,to be addressed to Oliveh Johnson, K.litor. All other, to Jamks Daumadt, Publishing Agent. Selections. Letter Joseph Barker, of England, to William Lloyd Garrison. Wortlet, near Leeds, ) ; Oct. 24, ld-V). J Mr Dr.Ait Fnir.rtn; 1 mn glnd to leurn from ...

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. — 18 January 1851

g)C SVnti-Slqnmj Mitotic. WllIN OOD COMMAND TO TAKP. TUB TMUMI'M 4co ii low a no to no vi on a jai.iuno rlast, it Mat HOT IS MAN'S WILL VII AT II B SHALL SAT OR WMAT U Ml. COXCKAL. MiltUII. Mtf.u, oiuoTja va it rlsTTs vf. Sunday Meeting. Thq third of the series of Sunday Mooting! will beheld on Sunday, Jan. 2Mb, when linn. Horacs Mann's cclcbiatcl Discourse, rntillrd 'THOUGHTS FOR A YOUNG MAN.' will be read. Mr. Mann wns for yrnrs llio Sec fttary of thcDonrdof Education in Mnssschu setts, and now (Ills tlio sent in Congress mado Vacant by John Quincy Adams. This Discourso Iim been much admired, and is regarded a 0110 f the noblest productions in the English lan guage. Let the Young Men especially turn ut and hear it. Pollok on the Higher Law. 1 n the list of modern Religious Toets IloninT Follok, author of The Court of Time,' holds high rank, especially in the estimation of tho . to-called ' Evangelical sects, Ho was never suspected of heresy that we know of, or clinrg. ed with bein...

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. — 18 January 1851

Experience of an Anti-Slavery Agent. COPLEY, Dec. 31st, 1860. Ma. EmTOH: Since my Inst communication 1 have held aome very Interesting meetings hi tliii place, til a noighlorhooil peculiarly nillict d with Methodism. A protracted meeting of mf weeks duration had just closed, leaving the fctiprcssion that was rile at it commencement, hnt chan;; of heart on the part of many who participated in it would materially benefit com snunily. i was informed the meeting wns he'd to relieve, tho Church from an uncomfortable Weight of public opinion rent In (J upon it, which partly rcumd On tint wise. One of the leaden," who msny year since emigrated from tho Eist to tliia land of promise, found it moat convenient to commence his journey at a Jolnt of timo gencrutly denominated " between two day," leaving in the hands of his frienda some keepsakes by which ho has ever since been remembered in the firm of matured notes Unliquidated. Appearances indicated tliat ho preferred to defer adjusting thcao...

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. — 18 January 1851

Miscellaneous. Mr. Snoady's Philosophy of Life. ,. have comfortable propriety. What 1 'spend, 1 .spend upon myself; and wbnt I don't spend 1 save. Those uro my princi ples, 1 nm warmly attached to my jirincl plea, and 1 stick to them on nil occasions, lain not. ni some ieoile have represent- ad. a n h an mm. 1 never denied myself anything that I thought I should like to hnve. 1 may have aiid to niyaelt; "Smmdy" that la my name "yon will get those peaches cheaper if you wait till next week j or I nrtiy haw anid to myself, "Snoady, you will get thnt wino (or nothing, II' yon wnlt till you are asked out to diuo ;" lint I never deny myself anything. If I cnu't get wlmt 1 want without buying it, mid pitying ita prion for it, 1 do buy it and liny its price I'or it. I have an appetite bestowed upon me; mid, if 1 baulked it, l stimuli consider tnut i waa flviiiB in the fiico ol Providence. . J I wive no near relation hut a lirotlier. 11 lie waqta anything of run, he don't get it. AM men are...

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. — 25 January 1851

Xnli'ffi&btiji punk M I B- fl I HI T il' " .; ' OI.1VIH JOHNSON, Kdltor. 0 I BIOS wlTll SLHEI10LDERS." -TAMES nAIWABV, PnblllilnK Agent. VOL. IvriN 0.20." SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JANUARY 25, 1851. WHOLE NO. 280,, THE AJTI-SUTERY BUGLE, P uiliihed trtry Saturday, at St'tm, Col, Co., O. Taavi. SMfl per annum if paid in advance, $1.7 5 p.T annum if paid within tha Unit nit months of til sn'mctilHT year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed Oct'iart kit month. t?"We occasionally send mtmhera to those Who are not subscribers but who arc believed to bo interested in tlio ilinoininntionof aim-ala Vrrj truth, with the hojie that thcr will cither subscribe themselves or ung their influence to xtend ita circulation amnuu their friends. tCoinni'micatioii intended for Insertion, o he address I to Olives Johnson, Kditor. .All others to Jask BvitNAnr, Publishing Agent. Selections. Chaplin's Reception at Syracuse. Correspondence of The Tribune. SYRACUSE, Monday, Jan. 6. Tlie reccptiaii ...

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. — 25 January 1851

Beauties of Slavery. w " " copy tbs following from tlia Memphla ' Eagtit On tho 1st liiar. our ronimiinity wne eon- i tulse.l l.v one of those violent excitement ' Ulbre Which enstnmnry harriers pivo way! A horrililo tiiiinliT wn followed hv n sum- miry and terrililu tiiiifiriifiit. Tlie detail liio tragedy, na accurately na we can ns- certain, nio thee i About ii o'clock P. M., of Wednesday, n ticirro, accompanied lv n wliito mm. cnileil t the Mayor's oflirc. 'i'lie object of I ho ne- pro waa to hnve n paper purporting (o ho n certificate) of hi freedom limn the roiinlv cleik of Lincoln county, countersigned by Ilia Mayor and Recorder, in order llmt lie migbt travel upon the liver. Ueeorder Chea- ler at euro diicuH'irH tho certificate wtia forged, and descended into tho street to hnvn , ihe negro nrrcsted; lie mlled up Messrs Poaton, WnlcJrnn nnd IVnzer, the hitter of Whom imiile aonio reiiuufte to the nepro relative to hi rnu.d.ct; and Mr. CheMer I. - : ... . i. .i... negro into c...

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. — 25 January 1851

Semi-Annual Meeting of Congregational Friends in Indiana. GREENSBORO', 12th Mo., 28th, 1850. . The 8ociety of Congregational Friends con wetted in send-snnual meeting. The exercises fthe occasion were" commenced by Ilelirjr C. Wright, In short, pithy, ond very appropriate address, on the philosophy and leiulenry of re ligtoas formalities mid rlturrh nrgauhiatiniut. , Lydia Davit and Oeorge Taylor wcro ap pointed to serve aa Clerks of the meeting. , The following resolutions were then nir.-rod ly Henry C. Wright, which he supported In one of hi moat earnest and eloquent ap eals to the humanity of hia hearer, and winch, after a ytf animated discussion, were aihptcd unani tnously, with the exception of the fe on 1, which a ohjected to and voted againat by tome Wcleyn friend present, on the groun I that they did not consider themselves brand by their C'hritinity to use nil sucit menu to ao complish the liberation of the .lute, as they would ue, or with others to u-o, to rescue them tr t...

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. — 25 January 1851

Miscellaneous. Mr ( Her U story ritten by tho Editor of The TSl for the N. Y. Tribune lome Hre years since. It went the rounds of tho (irc Imme diately after lt first appearance, end now it ia on ite travels sgain, having recently been pub. lished In many of our exchange!. It In a sim plo narrative of facts, nnd there'! no harm in aying that the Quaker Tailor who mm adroit In eatohing the swindler was Isaac T. JIoiti.u, the man who has probably helpnl at least a ' thousand slaves to obtain their liberty. Ed. 1 B,.yU. Miscellaneous. How a Tailor Collected a Debt. Near the close oftho hint erntitry.n Qnnk r knight of the shears nml thimble, who eiercised hie avocation in Philadelphia, woe , Imposed upon by mi udroit scoundrel, who contrived to pet n edit ol' clothes nn credit, and afterward sloped without pn)ing lor them. Tho Uunkt-r was loo poor to lime the debt, but like too tunny others of his rloili, bod apparently no iilternulive. The account ' wee phired on his laioka mid soon f...

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. — 1 February 1851

. ' -- " ' . - . - "SO EfllOrl WITH SL1TED0LDERS." JA.TirS B.Wt.tAIJV, I'ubll'.Iitng Agent. OMVEIt JOHNSON, Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, FEBRUARY 1, 1851. WHOLE NO. 281. VOL. ttN0. 21. TIIE MTMLAfERY Bl'CLE, sfuiSiAaf wr Saturday, M SMi-m, Cut, C., 0. Tiails. $1,50 per annum If paid In advance. $1,74 per annum if paid within th tint si month of the subscriber's yenr. $1.9 pr annum, if payment be delayed J!L'' U month. tfiWo ooc-ii.mn11y send numbers to those who ara not subscribers, but who are believe 1 to be interested in the d'.nimim'iinof nn'i-aia-yTf truth, with t'10 hopo thai they will cither tcrite themsc'.vci, or u-i their tiflaence to extend its circulation nmniij their friends. . 7Cnnvmumcntion intended for insertion, to be adtlrcssel to Oliveb Johmsox, Editor, AH others to J4M1-.S ll vunnr, PuhlWhing Aent. Selections. The Anti-Slavery Platform. The Platform of the American Anti-Slavery Society end its auxiliariesincluding Iho West ern Sooioty, of which The I)ugle ...

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. — 1 February 1851

It In Slat Prison offence to Itnm a largt por tion 0 their inhabitant to nad it 1 One of the cnrtlinnl points )u his dnctiino ,or has Isscn, thnt nil person should renil the lliblefor themselves, nml now he trim to jirove thnt a system which makes it a I'm1 offence tn Iciiiu them to read it, is sustained by the llihle itself I Why did Christ liinko "n scourge of smnll eords and diive out of the Ttmplo those who were trudiug there, and overthrow the table of the money changers, mid tell them they Imd " mnilo it ii ilrn ol' thieve T Whs not thnt intcrferi nee willrtho right! of prop erty and exasperating the opponents ol Chris liunity ? It in possible, mid oven prolmblc, that some will take this r-necinl iilt-udiiiir in behalf of Slavery fiir gospel, because it ctuiics lioin siLEXANnE iami-uf.ll ; nut i nin noiouo oi the tiinnlior. There nro mnny fugitives from Slavery in the North who hiivo nun n il Tree persons, nd liHve families; uixl 1 would no more ex tend the linml ol' Icllonshi...

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. — 1 February 1851

The Cause of Woman. T lit Editor of Th Bttjl . In th middle of tho Nineteenth Century, In thil boasted Und of Liberty and Equality, must Woman silently hear that alio U the weaker vet el, that she possesses not that strength of mind which it necessary to enalilo hor to acquiro a sufficient amount of political knowledgo to cn. abla her to cast her vote properly at the polls, and not vindicato herself! Has one portion of humanity right to say what powers tho other shall or shall not exercise r The elective franchise is a privilege so doar to th hearts of freomon that few would be wil ling to relinquish it at any price, even the felon Who has trampled th laws of hi country un der foot cannot bo deprived of it. A foreigner Coming from the most despotic country of th Old World, where the science of political econ omy was to him a scaled book, is Invited to tho polls before h has acquired enough of our lan guage to converse freely, much less read and understand th nature of our institutio...

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. — 1 February 1851

Miscellaneous. Doctor Amesbury. i ' "I suppose jouVo hcarn cl liim, linlit " I never liavr " Well, tl.cn, Ml toll ymi. Ono day 1 mcl the Doctor over at Simkiiis'a store, Wing rrocenc. It Wa aw lid cold. 1 felt a little liourao, hni', my tongue wu somewhat furry ., ''My head feel a liitla akeieli like j win! do you think I'd leiter do f" "Sojl he, 4 Friend 8., tlio lust tiling you ran do, In to go straight home ond souk your fcot and tuko n went, cause If you dou't you might (hi to a li-vrr.' u Say I, ' Doctor, 1 wo just thinking a went "would do nie good, and now 1 guess I'll do t. "So home I went, nnd drunk n bowlful of tnneey tea, and if I didn't sweut like hen. ver, it's no mutter. The nrxt morning my head waa a eleur a a bell, und I wui well gain. 14 Well, n dny or two afterwards I met the Doctor, and any he, "Neighbor 8., I have a small bill agninst vou.' " I looked at him, nnd any !, ' A bill,' ond , eavs lie. , Yea, a bill for advieo you know, at Sim- kins a store the other d...

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. — 8 February 1851

' A I OLIVEIt JOSO., IMitor. "SO L'SIOI WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, FEBRUARY 8, 1851, YOL. 6HN0. 22. WHOLE NO. 282. THE IJITMLaTEBY BUGLE, fubtithtd ivory Saturday, at Salem, Col. C., O. Team. $ 1,50 per annum if paid in advance. $1,7 J per annum if paid within th tint lix month of the subscriber' yenr. $2,00 pn annum, if payment be delayed beyond six month. tf Ws occasionally tend numhera to those who aro not subscriber, hut who arc believed to be interested in the dissemination of unti-s!u-Tery truth, with tha hnpo tlmt they will either subscribe themselves, or mo their intbicnce to extend it. circulation among their friends. rVCommunicationn intended for insertion, to be address I to Or.tvun JoHMsny, Elitor. AU others to Iktrtx IUkmahy, Publishing A'jent. Selections. From the Free Presbyterian. Modern Infidelity. If tlie denial of tlm p'ennry inspiration of the Scripture h infidelity, then thoro uro no doubt lnfidsls among the advocate ol tlm motit important ...

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. — 8 February 1851

Thrilling Scene. Tl Lilierty rrty Paper gives this ac oitnt e-f wcene which occurred in tlic Anti f ughive law Convention at Syracuse I W witiHnwl frere oiip. of tlie most thril ling nnd melting wenes we i-vt r did witness. The Financicd Coiiiinilteu repotted llmt they mm rnwe tiioriiioii tttn of S?K,CC;, wnd savo.l generous men, some of vnoiii find obXyiitcd tlitiinselvcs, to tlio p moiini it Ihcirrt-.t'ire estates, and save llu noble Chap lin tso from returning and giving liia life to rh murderers, as liiu luvuim of raving thn-o Estate. Tho report wna accepted, unit ilin tontribiilinu flowing in lioin lli im mense assembly to make tlio ruin of $1000, the amount assessed upon it. During this cena Chaplin rut by our (t"ido w'uli Inn iirm resting on th table, aii'l 'liia hand covering A port of til forehead nnil eyes, in o vniu (it tempt to conceal tlio emotion of liia swel )ing bosom. To onn who kni'W him na well a we do, thrae einotiona were apparent. A voire from the extreme pnrt ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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