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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 15 March 1851

Lynn has Spoken. j Tlte citizens of the enlightened anil en terprising City of Lynn, in tlio Btnte or MsBMclitiBelts, have held a mooting, Mayor Hood presiding, and adopted atrong reeollt tona against the Fugitive low. The Mnyor, " Oil taking the chair, declared thnt the law Vss unconatitutionol, urgiist and inhuman ' 'k law liot fit to be enacted and not fit to be obeyed. The freemen of New England " . would notaulmiit to liecome the bloodhounds ". of the South, lie believed that the men and Woman of Lynn would bo truo to the die tatca of humanity, and to the precepts of Christ and for one, he solemnly pledged , himself never to lift finger in the work of returning a fellow man to slavery. Great cheeriliK followed this declaration. Speeches were made by Thomas Russell tf Boston, Rev. C. C. Shackford of Lynn, C L. Remond, Rev. Mr. Brooks and others. Mr. Shackford said: ! "1 hulieve that the Law will lie enforced. The black cloud is eatheriiiff thick and fust. We have got tu suffer, ...

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. — 15 March 1851

THE BUGLE. For The Bugle. Parables for the Day. THE YOUNG MISSIONARY. young mnn won! up from the country to tout of learning, Vthcre famous doctors taught the weye of God to Mais And ho ent many yeara in the study of Uroek, nnd Latin, ami HelM-ew, prcpnring to prench glad tidings to the heathen. When ho was thor ough prepared, in the estimation of the doctors, lira common icople put luonry in liia pun, nod govo him ninny changes of Clothing, nml a gold-headed cunc, and hndo liim God aiiccd, fur the hcntliou were perish ing for tuck of the bread of life. Now ns lie ns ahout to emhtuk in a ship to Bail fur n foreign Innd, a Sinner met him, nnd judging by the richness of liia clothing thnt he was a Missionary, licaaid toliiin, what Gospel dost thou prench? And the Missionary answer d, preach this Gotpcl t Man is Habit to be damned because he is man. And the Sinner presumed to ask again Why dost thou not preach, "Tho Hidgdom of heaven ia nt linml"? Alna, poor Sinnar! how lilind thou art...

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. — 22 March 1851

"NO CJIION WITH SllTEnOlDERS." JAMES BAIIXAIIV, Pnbllsliiiig Agent. OLIVr.K JOIIXSON, Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MARCH 22, 1851. WHOLE NO. 288. VOL. 6-NO. 28. THE ANTI-SLA VERT BUGLE, Putliihed every Saturday, qt Salem, Cot. Co., O. TR. $1,50 personam if paid In advance. $1,74 per annum if paid within tlio Unit six monthi of the subscriber's year, $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond tit moutha, fyWo occasionally send numlicrs to those who are not subscriber, but who are believed to bo interested in the distcminationof anti-sla-yory truth, with tho hope that they will either subscribe themselves, or use tbqjr influence to extend iti circulation among their friend. t7"Cninmuiiiction intended for Insertion, to bo nddrossel to Oliver Jihnso, E litor. All others to Jamhs Uaknaiiy, Publishing Agent. Selections. History of Shadrach's Deliverance. From the N. Y. Tribune. 1. Now tt cams to pas in tlm lultcr days that Daniel was King of nil tlio Cliililri-ti of Jonathan, 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. — 22 March 1851

ClIjt'Vuti-SidDcn) Ultglcr Wl Giro COMMANDS TO TAX. TUB TRUMPBT and mow a BOLonoii Ob a janhimo blast it ttti NOT H MAN'S Witt WHAT MB (HAIX BAT OB am. CONCEAL. MtUotU SALEM, OHIO, UARVJJ 22, 1851. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE meets April 13th. GIDDINGS IS COMING. By invitation of severs! citizens, Hon. JoiocA R. Giddinos will speak in Salem on TUESDAY, APRIL 22d, 1851. when li will review tlio proceeding! of the Inst Congress in relation to the Fugitive Law, and the Compromises In general. Further tpartk-ulars next week. Tape" In thii and tho adjoining Countici will please notice (C7"Jami Dab aby's Discourse, deliver d on Sunday last, upon the Life and Char acter of Mahomet, is highly sioken of by those who heard it, as we did not. The next meeting will not he held till next Sundny week. We are not able now to announce the spenker. J. W. Walks. We have another letter from friend Walker, of a tutor dute than that we this day publish. It will appear next week. He informs us that he is worn do...

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. — 22 March 1851

My God! Will they turn me out of School!! NEW MARKET. March 4, 1851. Deab Olives : In one of the of thie Township, bright, active, intelligent of 12 yeara, applied for admission to the .' School, llo was admitted. No objection was mado to him en the eround of behavior, of inatton- ties, to awdy, or incapacity to learn. Ho was '.flowed to be studious, bright, well-behaved toy, and apt to learn. He had not been In chool long, before the directors received a urilUm nvramarut to turn him out. The com- tnani come from HENHY WISN'EIt, a Justice of the Peaco, one of the guardians and promo- tor of the virtue, Intelligence, and peace of the town. Twe of tho Directors, JAMES WELCH, nd "WILLIAM WHITTAKEU, hastened to xecuto tho order. When did Slavery lack tools to execute Its behests) They ejected ( the child from the cchool. When informed that Jie must leave, and why, and by whose or ders the deed was done, tho noble hoy exclaim d, "MY GOD 11 WILL THEY TURN ME OUT OF SCHOOL ? WILL THEY FORG...

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. — 22 March 1851

Miscellaneous. The Family that never Read a Newspaper. The second night utter I left your city, I )mt up at largo brick tavern, known the 'house. The proprietor, iu answer to mnt Interrogatories, informed me that lie twned over 400 acres of land, had raised hj present season VOO bushels of wheat, tioO bushels of uols, and expected to harvest 1300 bushels of corn I and that lie owed oo mnn Hollar I (anil that be never took a liewspaiier in his lile!) 1 I hail the curiosity to learn how family krt up with the current news of the day, when deprived of the only means nf obtain ing it. Soon oiler 1 entered the family cir cle, which consisted of the parent anil six children, the eldest a daughter, on the shade of twenty-fivo the mother commenced with t 1 "Mister, lo you know whether the great Ur. Webster I hanged yet?" " Yes, Madam." Well," said the daughter, " I allow he'll tot make more of them spelling books." ' " I suppose not." " I've lived to lung in the world," said the mother, wit...

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. — 29 March 1851

"NO UNION WITI ILUEUOLDERS." B.Ut.ViBY, rnbtislilng Agent. WHOLE NO. 289; , Ji OUVnt JOHNSON, Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MARCH 29, 1851. VOL. 6-NO. 29. THE UTMLUEBT BUGLE, Publuhtd ttary Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O. Tnnvn. $1,50 per Annum if paid In advance. $1,7 J per annum if paid within the tint six month of the subscriber's year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be dclnyed bovnnil nix months. ttWo occasionally send numbers to those who aro not suhscribcr, but who are believed to bo interested in the dissemination of anti-sla-Tcry truth, with the hope that they will cither auhscrilie themselves, or use their infhienco to xtend it. circulation among their frienda. (Communication intended for insertion, to bo srlrtressc.l to Olivkh Johnson, Editor. All other to James Bahnary, Publishing Agent. Selections. Allen's Excoriation of Webster. The following ia nn extract from tlio speech of Hon. Charles Allen, Reprcsent ntive from thu Worcester (.Mush.,) District, in dclcnce of l...

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. — 29 March 1851

Maryland Protection to Kidnappers. Wehnve before mehtmnrd tlmt Governnf Johnson linil undo n ri-qnisitimi i;.)0n jj,. Governor hi Murvluiul lor thn a.A , "8. Mitchell, of CVil county, as nfii (; ; Kiiv from justice, for ti iiil In tlio courts of C!,e 011 chargo of aiding to kidnap num una cuy. i he lace ; ot Mitchell's mrticiHition in Hint trim?, was esiaoiisncil to the satisfaction of tlio Grand Jury, who indicted liiiy,, with Alberti and I nre, mid afterwards proved beyond all , .; loulit, at their trial. Vet in tlio face of tlii ,, ., Jiroiif, Governor Lowe of Maryland refuses to give him up, and thus practically proclaims Maryland to bo a refuge fur kidnappers, nnd gives hia ollicinl encouragement to a border warfare, ami the incursion of band of land-pirates upon tho pcnccful liomos of our border counties. This ia not the first time that Maryland tins tlmi thrown the shelter of her IS Into power over tlio Inn less robbers, ; who have torn women and children fium free homes in F...

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. — 29 March 1851

From Parker Pillsbury. BOSTON, March 11th, 1851. DAR FniBNDl At a time when tlnve-hold-Ing and tlavo catching are the way in which the American peoplo are working out their salva ( tion, and when tho American Congress gravely propose, to excommunicato and dismember Austria from diplomatic intercourse and na tional fellowship, it may bo well perhaps to . publish to tho world tho view which tho latter nation takes of those crowning American gra ces, slave-holding and slave-hunting. Dcforo me is an extract from an ordinance of hi. Imperial Mnjc.ty of Austria, dated 2.3th Juno. 1820. Ploaso insert it in tho Bugle, if you deem it of euflicicnt importance. " In order to prevent Austrian subjects from participating In any way in tho Slavo Trade, ' and in order to prevent slaves from bad treat ment, his Imperial and Roval Majesty, In con formity with the existing laws of Austria, (viz: Section 16 of tho civil code, which dctcrmino. that every human being, in virtue of those tighte which arc...

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. — 29 March 1851

THE BUGLE. For The Bugle. Parables for the Day. Parables for the Day. THE PRIESTS AND DISCIPLES OF VOLTAIRE IN CONVENTION. k. In a rreat city near tlie Eastern Sen, ttie Priests of the Nationnl Religion met in Can- volition with tlie disciples of one Voltnlre ro bond of Union. For 1 1 icy li.nl long icfc llint they were one at heart. Antl m ; soon aa tlie Convention was 0cncd, tlio . Priests hastened lo liriiig forwnrd tlio follow iiig dogma a ground of union! God will damn all Imt the elect. Hut to thin the dis v eiplcs of Voltaire objected, and would amend the proposition oa follow: God rnrca lint at nil for mnn, and will Irt him die like tlie beasts, ltut tlio Priests preferred their orl- ginal resolution, and urged it w ith ninny words. And now aflcr a long and angry ilu bote, the Convention wna like to discrse in a passion. Hut there arose a centurion who waa called Ryndcrs, and mimed the liiiniilt with aweet and aoothing speech. Why should we quorrel, anid he, when we are one ...

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 April 1851

Ptttt mw a i i n OLIVER JOHNSON, Editor. "NO U1I01 WITH SLUEIIOLDERS." JA7IES niUABV, rnbl.l.lnR A Rent. VOL. 6--N0. 30. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, APRIL 5, 1851. WHOLE NO. 290. THE lITI-SLAf KRY BUBLE, PubHthed every Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O. Tsavs. $1,60 per annum if paid In advance. 1,74 per Annum if paid within the first six months of the lulMcriber'i year. $2,00 per annum, If payment be delayed beyond six month. I IT" We occasionally aend number to those who are not subscribers, but who aro believed to bo interested in the dissemination of nnti-sla-erjr truth, with the hopo that they will either subscribe themselves, or uso their intliiciico to extend it circulation among their friend. r7Comraunicationa intended for insertion, to be addressed to Oliver Johnson, Kditor. All others to James Bauxary, Publishing Agent, Selections. From the North Star. George Thompson in Rochester. The visit of this distinguished orator and philanthropist to this ritv, hna imparted mi impul...

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 April 1851

with the public abhorrence. The tnnti who lifts a finger officially or unofficially, to help "the arrest or a fugitive from slavery, should lio regarded nn no licttcr thun the kidnapper, who first made tlint fugitive or his ancestor a lave. The mm i who Dtnriiln Imc.k, nud dares not interposo to prevent llio arrest or n fel low being tinder thn accursed low, should be , branded aa a licurllcss one, or a coword, un deserving tho ayinpnthy or aid of others, vvlp.ti trouble nud fenr come upon him. Do you inquire of mo, by wlmt mennayoti ' ought to withstand the execution of this hiw, if one of your neighbors ahull bo arrested? it is not for mo to determino tho action of tiny oue but myself. "Thou ahull lovo thy neighbor ns thyself," is the coniiuuud which all who would be Christians w ill try tooU v Kvrry man and woman among you is bound, ns 1 ntn, to attempt wlmt, In your heart lie fore God, you believe it would lie right to do if your own family circle should be inv.uli.'d, or you we...

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 April 1851

Cincinnati Correspondence. THE NEW CONSTITUTION OF OHIO. CINCINNATI, March 27, 1851. To th Editor of Tht Bugle : Tho State Constitutional Convention adjourn kd finally on tho'evcuing of tlio lOtli Inst., after session in thia city of ninety-nine Any. Tho body first organized at Columbua on the 6th of May, and adjourned over on tho 8th July to meet in thia city on the 2d of December. The two acaaiona, therefore, cover a period of one hundred and sixty-throe Java. The vote on tho final adoption of the Conatitution waa, Yeoa 79 Naye U. All who voted in tho negative are Whip, except one, who is a Free Snilcr. The Valedictory of the President, Hon. Wm. Mcdill, was delivered with feeling and in good taste, and the cloao of the Convention wos character! cd by calmr.es, deliberation and good order. The Convention haa been throughout a dignl fled body, much superior to the Legislnturca which annually meet at Cnlumhua. No party squabbles or dissrsccful Dcrsonalitict hnvo oc eurrcii to mnr tho...

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 April 1851

Miscellaneous. Lynch Law in the Gold Diggings. A correspondent of the Journal of Com merce, writing from Nevada City, Culilbrnia, Jan. 24, lias the following: Rnnu rf mv tirdv'inm li.ttpra linvn irivpn you peep into our election scenes, and our i" . :.. :.,;i ..... . Hero are one or two instances of n very a ........ common mom- oi administering justice A'riminnlN in our miilst. A drunken Englishinnn, nnnird Divine, murdered hid wilb under circuinstiiiicea of t.t.usuul cruelly. During their vn liolu rcsi lence in Georgetown, sho linil supported liim and their children by her own industry. He asked her one morning for some money lo gamble with, but sho told him to wuit un til Tie was sober. Ho rushed acros the room for pistol, but slio anticipated him and threw it into a bucket of water, lie then leaped into the street, snntclied a rifle from the shoulder of a pnsser-by, returned and bother through the heart. It was Sunday, and as usual the plnrcs of resort were filled by miners, who...

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 April 1851

ititx Wb t . p ujj It, fjoe OLIVEIt JOIIXSOK, Editor. "NO UNION WITn IIHEIIOLDERS." JAnns BiUNABV, PublUliliic Agent. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, APRIL 12, 1851. WHOLE NO. 291. VOL. 6-NO. 31. THE ANTI-mVERT BUGLE, Tublithed etcry Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O. Tkrms. $l,50 per nnmim if paid In advance. $1,73 per annum if paid within tho Unit six month of the subscrilicr'i year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond nix month. ITfWo occasionally send numhcri to those who aro not subscribers, but who arc believed to bo interested in tho dissemination of nnti-sln-cry truth, with tho bopo thnt they will either ubscrilo themselves, or use their influence, to txtend its circulation among their friends. I 'Communication intended for insertion, to bo addressed to Ouvmi Johnsox, K.litor. All others to Jam is lUitNAnv, Publishing Agent. Selections. Horace Mann on Free Speech. Here is nn extract from tho exordium of Horace Mann's Speech on the Fugitive Inw tho ablest and most thorou...

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 April 1851

mind for liirn who cannot speak for liirnn"1i fit? ri!it which Mi l 'nv? liim lucnj yi uinl 1 witii mi self. I is a mmiw ol ai.rpn.e tlmt tin, prnpl., $, 'LZITp S"i ' ' o tLeSI.0r.r. .rm.1 r- t M..ieUd IH inlhicnce. V liv ! I inn tuitt. uii rood an. tiority, Hint yntir members ol Congress hnvo been extensively vngncd, ditrinp iho lust m'ssion, In banking to thuir fiionds mid con etitueiiH in iho Northern and lice States, ns well n in the South, a vast quantity of scr iiions by reverend divines of the fuse States, sustaining the I iinitive Slave Lnw I'rniii tho Bible! lain told that huge piles of thin nreicnea llieologionl provender (great laugh ler) have liecn seen in different places at Washington, and tlmt it liaa been liberally distributed to any one who would carry ft away. (Laughter.) Yet these represents livea of your were scut up to Washington to tako care of the interests of the peoplo ) but the interests of slavery demand their ten tier rare and constant devotion. Rut we ar...

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 April 1851

Cincinnati Correspondence. CINCINNATI, April 3, 1851. To tht Editor of Th Bugle: In reference to the Important aubject of tho Eltdirt franchise, the new Constitution contains substantially tho nmc provisions aa tho old. Tho only chnngo it thin tho old requirement that each elector " should hnvo paid or bo charged with Stato or county tax," or " bo compelled to labor on the roads of his township or county," has been dropped, and every whito male citizen of tho United States of twenty-one years declared an elector, who shall have been resident of the State ono year previous to the election, and of tho county, township or ward such time as tnay be provided by law. Every thing like property qualification, or the semblance of it, is - tejected, end limiting tho franchiso to white male inhabitants of oge, it rests it solely and en tirely on citizenship and residence. All whilt mat eittien of age are declared to be doctors. This will exclude all minors, no natter how intelligent they may b...

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 April 1851

THE BUGLE. For the Bugle. Parables for the Day. THE FORGIVEN JUDAS. When Judas lind betrayed his Master, he went forth and hanged himself, being strick en in conscience Willi (lie grcutnoss of his offence nnd frantic with grief. Hut after dcolli he arose speedily in the intermediate atnle called lludcs. And hid remorse nnd sorrow mill clave to him, for they were great in the hour of his parting. So Judas wun dered nliout inconsolahlo, thinking of hi crime, nnd in great misery lie would oflon look forth from Italics on the hill of Olivary, And lu! nshe wandered hither and thither, there suddenly appeared in tho dim dusk of Hades, a shining form thut made all light around. And Judas looking up was amazed to seo tho fuec of the Crucified one. And ho would (tun have fled into the thickest gloom of Hades, hut as ho turned to flee, his feet refused to do their office, and he stood fixed, with fuce averted, ill the prcseiico of the Muster. And a gentle, meek voice, blended of sadness and l...

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 April 1851

jj.t.iir4 n.iitvinv, r:iMihiK Agent. "NO IIUO WITn SLAVEHOLDERS." oLivru joiiso., r.aiior. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, APRIL 19, 1851. WHOLE NO. 292. VOL. 6-NO. 32. THE ANTI-SLAVERY Bl'ULE, Publiihtd every SatiirJoy, at Sakm, Cl. Co., O. Tsants. $1,60 per nnnum if pnid In advance. 1,74 per annum if paid witliin tho first nix month of tlio subscriber's year. $2,00 per nnnum, if payment be dehtyect bovoncl six months. fcF'Wo occasionally send numbers to those who sro not subscribers, but who sro believe 1 to bo interested in the dissemination of nttti-sln-Ycry truth, with tho hope thut they w ill cither ubscrilie themselves, or uso their influence to xtend its circulation among their friends. CyCommunieotions intended for insertion, to bo addressed to Olivkii Joiinsov, Editor. All others to James Bahxahy, Publishing Agent. Selections. Thompson's Defence of the American A. S. Society. Oeosse TiloMpojf, while nt Lockpnrt, N. Y., being culled to defend tlio American Anti-Slnvory Society...

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 April 1851

122 THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 6. Senator Seward on the Fugitive Law. AUBURN, April 5th, 1851. DtA Sim Your letter Inviting inn to ut tenrt ii Convention trftho people of Massa chusetts opposed tn lite Fugitive Slnvo Law, Mild to communicate in writ jug my opinions on tlint statin l should be tumble to attend the Convention, hns been received, While offering the pressure of Julie here, too long oelorrcil, as nn apology lor non-ni-tendnnce, I prny you la assure the Commit tee III WllOSe IH'IIMII yOll nil! Ol m jiiuiuinpw aensn of their rourtrsy nml kindness. It would be nn honor to be invited to address the people of Massachusetts on nny subject; but it might well sntisly fl generous nniliilinn to ho colled upon to sneak to thnl emit mid enlightcniM Cuinmonwenltli nn n question of Human Uiglits and (..ml Liberty. I confess, Sir, thnl 1 hnvo earnestly desir ed not to mingle in the populnr discussions of the measures of ihn last Congress. '1 ho issue necessarily involves tho claims o...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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