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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

Judge Kelly's Charge in t^ie Wheeler'Slave !; ¦ ... Case- Gentlemen of. the Jury—loii are about to conclude the trial of these men for riot and assault .ind battery.. Did t hew persons commit a riot ? or an assault? This case is is very important in its relations, however trivial" in itself; it.lias caused much excitement. You and I oiig!;t to be free from this —1 trust we are. Youniust be satisfied' of cnilt beyond a manly, reasonable doubt, before a conviction of these defendants. The le^al status of tlie.parties is a matter of inquiry iii this case. The Judge read from the books the law upon the>case of riots. You must determine whether these, inch' went to do a lawful or unlawful act"' Happily, as. the (liiestiou is. an important one, 1 am not called to constder.it hastily, but after much thohghty day and nieht. ' When Jane and her eliildreii were brought here bv Col. Wheeler, they were as free as he was" We recognize the ripht of returning slaves who escape and c...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

One Week Lat>r from Europe, ,. ilALlFAX, Aug: "i:);- ? 1 ¦ f T/ie i\ina>.-i-l Steamship C.-ri'ida. iV.,in IJv:": erp.--e!..'^-,ilh dales to Sa!unlay, the ISth bi>!.. ' arriye.'l'Tiere ii! 4 o eUicli :hi?r tii<irniii<;.-' JK-r • n."«-s is rie- week later- than our las; previous : . " .j>-iri-s. ' ^_ - : . ; Thi" v.c'v-. from the scat.of war :s l::_-li]\- invortaiitr • ' • • '¦ •: The -K'lssian army wider' Lij.ntndi iuu at- tacked (lie lines of the ; Allies at Teiicniava ' en the ii.io'niitig of the Itiui, and 'after-a ii'af- ' lie w'.'deh lasted three hours wer# repuNed ' by the Fiv-neli and Sard'rr.if.ivs.with a ie-->r;. cd ioss of 5.000 and 400 pri--.'tiers. '' ' '. •Ihe t.'auada also brings intelligence of tlie bnuibiirdment .of Swetsborg coutiiiuou^lv from the t|th to the "11th by thi-'AlliedUjecrs. with immense de.-truetion of pnr^att y-f l.ut with trifling 16ss to the Aliies. ' , .Ayer the bom barn'merit, t'tie fleets retun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

i ,- rr——r.r-r--r r '—T-—, ' —-~- ¦ ii • -i. ..t hAemed.-:" By K.1..A..L. Por tlApffl 4th, Mr.-Miltok Grif-' n i. of lorest Lake, to;Misi- Lvma A*» Vacghs, of lirirlgcviilcr. j..'* I1 - j, j '•;.',- , • 1 ; ;'j '¦ \b5d,i [ - ¦¦¦>':' : At !lt»i=tir.ps, DhkovG Co,' Mific?otn, on the 10Ui of Aufi'^t, ofiho Suiiill Pox, LorlfA Daughter oft. N. ujl«l PotLY HrcKcox, i\M wife of Isaac Balpwis, forirtcriy of thi» pUce :_|,ged 21 years and 8 months. -In MontrW, Sept.'|4th,' Mr. Lvman -Kkyleb, - of C|>-jCTvlllf, Scrhftlwrie ^o-. J(, V-.; ufjed 28 ycare, irEiy jifcL 4 nixniK t;ooos. Latest style* of DrgSs (^oodfi, Boots & Shoes Up-[Xrr Leather & Fiiidiugs, ,fi*jcerieR k Provisiolisl—Alt the Ked Fly; Stoif. : IJKNJlV MC'KIN.VEy ILwJeriviBcSept 6.a»."iS.' . - - -ssrp' |

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

Tile Wheeler Slave Cue. PutLAi>KLrmA,i Monday, Sept. 3, 1855. The Jury inlbo'eiise ofthe nien arrested in the mailet of the alleged rescue of Mr. Whcdlcr's slaves,;returoed their verdict this morning, jit declares, thes defendants:, j'not guilty" oil the first count, charging them with riot/ hut o f the second count, which ckarges tltcm ifiith Assault aiid battery, tho verdict is "[not luiity1", in respect-to-all Except Ballard and Custis, )Who arc pronounced " guilty."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

J-_;. -^f^r^ofc^.'--1 - Kopnblicau Primary Elcctiono. j CANDIDA TEp FOR NOMINATION J ' ¦ ¦ iREPBESEXTlTIVE. " h'J. Liuhinp, Dimock; O. G. ncmpXcail, B'rooki>i ; it. I..- Uatlm, Bridgewatcr; L. P. Hinds, Sus-<|>i» 'llJUDil. '>,' ¦¦ , ¦ L ' i i TREASURER. f,.i!xrles M.!Simmons, Mtintrose; S. A. WoodrulT. '!<),; E. \V. Uawlcy, Brid-'ewatcr. "i i ' COMMIS^IOKER. , , '•¦"in Well* Bri.lgewat.-r; John P. Dean?, .16 • ; Widiiim T. Case, Gibson; j Benjamin Comfort, Hai-1 . ' t'»ir V, ' : ¦ - :' r: ¦ :--'|, • ¦ AUDITOR: / D. D. V.iowrt, Friondsviljc. ¦ The alovearo mimes which have been tf.ig<r<!sted to, lh- cc'ieiiittee. as suitable liersons to fill tlie re-¦ . -(ijrciiv,- , ij:,i..(!.-!. Evi-ry voter will cast his vote for t.iy c;.i,i;.!..i:e of his ehoice? as at a gencral'elcction, -'''l -Vl i'','-''^'-' ''oc.-ivu'i)r tho lu'ptJiest uiuuhcr of A.i'(>i! w--:l '.,i fli... rmnihce (if'the party. . fvv"<i.i'.1:':ra,!"i '.':Ii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

!. . . : Kcw Itliiford jr. .MUSICAL CONVENTION. .This Convention will commence its session in the Methadin Church in Xew Milfcrll, on Monday mora vM", Vr'fwr *»*'a 855, under tic direction c'f Prof. WILLIAM B. BRADBURY, of JXew York. To contmjie throe days and clo«c with a Concert. The object of thi* Musical Convention is, tlie advajiceiueiit of singers in musiciili knowledge, bv the stijdv and practice of different gtvles of Vocal Music Combined with familiar Lectures and criticwins.— Icfictieru, chor isters, members of choirs, and all lovcm of music, will tic-rive pleasure and benefit from th$sc exercisCH. I • . | SPhc pr incipal Text Books used will bo the Shawm tn«.Metropolitan nnd-the Alpine Glee. Book: Mcml bi-rs having copies of hesej books will please bring ticm. Lcidewcfthe choirs will do well to secure, if possible, the attendance bfall members of tlieir rcsiifectivc, chou>. j f^-Mo'mbcrship Fee :—.Genticni(5n, f I; Ladies,>5u ccuts.i i L. A. SMIT1|, ' J | ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

}_..-. PBEniUiQLIST, • OF TJIE Sl-SQUEHAKKA COUNTV AJaniCCLTU'KAL . .. j ¦','-' 80CIKTY. I •' FnirntidCaltlc Sho«to ticlicltllu ir Montrose, Oct 11th, 1J*55. ; ¦ ' SSAT CATTI.r. For the beat Durham Bull, two yeais old ami np-Tra^,1•, • • • ... J ,... fci.OO . 2d iMSt,;....' ; .;..(!) 00 For the best Devon Bull, do. " ' " ' 5 no ?d' bes»,. -.; ....: ¦ s'ou For the best Grade or Mixed, '" " ^ (i'oo ' 2d' best, J.!!!!!'. Ms'.OO For |>ostGow, as regards forth and appcarence.. ft!oO 2dd>cst ; 3 00 For<hc best milch Cow as apiiears from rcsulUJ s'.OO Sdihest,....»..-;....... J ,"¦ ajo,, For' the best two veftrs old Heifer..,; J....'..., j r> 00 2<i| best,...-..; j..;;;;;,;3;oo 3d! best, -....¦ :. .;atoo For'tjie best lot of store Calves, not lesk than five:; S-00 2d:i>cst....... - ? Voii , ^k * •«-......., OlI IV Sdibest, J.....;. .12 00 For the bestpair ofWorking Oxen,.... ,'J ¦ . 1;b'oo Sdlbest,. ;...; -.." !is|uo 3d; best,'. v. .'2,110-For ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

PcniuyIvanlu IVaffistrates' Law U-• - -' i - feratyv - = . 1. 1 BINN'8 JUSTICE. •', * ; AXU Business Ivan's Lrgnl Gnfde. ,? New mid Sixth Kdition, bringing the Law; 'j. \ down tO:1855, '--''! A treatise,on tlio office and duties of Aldermen and .Insticcs of the Pea<fHn the Commonwealth of Pennj sylvatjja, including ah" the required Forms of Process andJJ^>cket Entries; and embodying not only what may be, deemed valuable to JuMicet of thc'l'eace] tint tci Landlords, Tenjititu, aud General Agents: and making this volume what it purports to be, . -1 Safe Legal [Guide for Jtuiinru Men. Bv John Binn, date Alderhian of Walnut Ward, in the Citv of Philadel!| phia. ¦;! Tito Sixth Edition. Revised, corrected, !ami greatly eillargu.1 by Frederick C; Brightly, Esn.'iAur thor of: "A Treatise on the Law of Costs," "Equitv Jurisprudence," "Xisi Prius Reports," Editor of "Purdon's Bigcst,"? 4c. In one thick volume. Oct tavo.;; Price only $4,00, • • , I = , Oigciit— lTOOlo -1S55. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

Great Attraction " ' ''¦''¦ '•'- • - - 'At' ¦ ¦' . ."O VAM ST6AH." ! rPHE siuwcJi.bcr would again announce to liisi cus- j -I tomcni rind the public gcnerallv that he fas re- ceiycd alargp assUMmoni,of BOOTS AND SrfOES, which he Intends aelllng for Ready Puv twenty per" cent, cheaperithan can be botight'inthlsV-tSikct;(Uio Genuine Boot and Shoo Store down Tov/n oj the Rare ChanceTor Bargains, up town', not cj.ceptca.V- "Ouah Stoahf may be found the first door East of Se Odd icllows'^all, Turnpike-Utreef, first floor. > Al- though not quite so commodious as some "steins," yet it answer* our purpose vcrv well for the present. Neither can we promise our customers that our "establishment"' |will not be "surpanscd" by any in the' country soon; but wc will.promise our customers that wc . will sell Boots and Shoes to suit Iu qaalitv and" price. Our stock embraces a general*variety ol" new and elegant styles of Ladies1 and Gentlemen's wear, among which', are Ladies'. Silk,' Fox Gai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

Sharp-Betting. The. editor of the'; Albany Register gives the following as the jresult of his experience in betting on elections: '.. , i " ";We were algfeai Jackson man, \ire were, the last time that the old General ran for the Presidency, anq whenever, a Cfiftieral Jackson runs for thati office shall be so again. We lived in the country then, and had a neighbor who was on the other side of the political fence, who'was a gr^t dealer j m horses.— 1 Well, vre, got into att argument;with, him one day, atid so sijre wis he of subeess that, he offered tojbet a horse against fifty! dollars that the old hero of =New Orleans would not be elected] We took the bet The.argu-; merit being ore that has no .cud, was renew-' ed from time to time with 'ihe same result,! until fiveljiorsi s on one side inner $250 on th'ej other were st iked on the issue of the elec-j tion. r We won. But we had forgotten toj designate the animals, and siidi alot of hors-i es as was. tendered in payment of the'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

mti*mmmm***a*m***m * mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm r-rjri'e*- T3O6lt0Il H Atlljtlg, ¦ I HO^GOPATBnT, * . }" . GRADUATE amljiucuiber oftho University of New York, will b.4 hi Montrose on tho 6th, Villi and '' 8th of each .month j and maybe consulted at Hatch's Hotel'for three dajs, upon all diseases incidental to the human svsteni, ivir.i CONSUMPTION;. Brou-, chitis Inflaiiu{tion Of jtlie Lnngs, Throat, Liver, Pleura,,< Kidnevs and Splt'Oni l)ys\mpa\tt,\Indigestion,^ Liver, i Complaint, RiKKCMATisM; Scrofula, Eruptions; Spinal,; Complaints, biseasek of the eye and car, Nervous; 1 Weakness, 4c, 4c-f • Particular attention g|v<*n to the diseases of Females and Children. The fvariouif affections of the Uterus radically cured. i ; Dr. Harris Is well; acquainted with both Homeopathy and Allopathy, having been in constant study and practice for the list twelve-years, and having! first in? troduced Homeopathy into Binghamton, N.j Y., iii 1847. His plan bf [treatment is mild, safe and eff...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

i ^eeli^eoiis Frbni tie Squatter Sovereign of Aug. 28th. Great'Excitement in Atchison—An Aboli; . rtibn.PreacEet,SliippedonaEaft. On Thursday evening last, one Pardee Butler arrived in town, with a view of starting for the "East,, probably, for tho purpose of importing a fresh supply of Pree-SorlersL. from the penitentiaries and pest holes of the Northern States. Finding it inconvenient to dopart before morning„he took lodgings at tho hotel, and proceeded to visit numerous portions of our town, everywhere avowing himself a Free-Soiler. and preaching the foulest of abolition heresies. He declared the recent action of-our citizens in regard to J. W. B. Kelly, the infaiaous and unlawful proceedings of a mob—at the same time stating that many persons in Atchison who were FreejSoilcrs at heaH, had" been" intimidated thereby, and feared g^'avow their true sentiments; but that, he1 (Bufler) would express bis views in defiance of the whole community. . Oh the ensuing morning our tow...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

BUSINESS CARDS. TJ B-Otchard, M-D-. . '•*' PHYSICIAN* AND SCRGEOK, Jackson, Susquehanna coupty, P«i Residence at the Postoffice. ^Hall* Lamb, i' CABIKET MAKERS, have recently opened a wareroom in New Vam, Pa,, »nd will keep congtantlv on hand all kind4 of Cabtaet-ware; also Ready,-made'CofSns. Funerals attended with or without a iicaree. 'W'are-room n^aiiy opposite J. Dickcrman's Store. ] j :• ««¦« New Miiford, May 11}, IBSai. , SO— ly AT&i. Baldwin, ' , - MANUFACTURERS OF SADDLES, HARNESS, Trunks, Whips, ^c, in the Basement of Searle s j Hotel, Montrose, Pa. i ' ; '. ¦." v C. It Simmons, B OOT AND SHOE MAKER. Shop first door cast of Odd Fellows' HaH,;Turopikc'at., Montrose. ~~~~ - W.fSingfleton CAN now be found'at" bjis new stand on Owego st. two doors west of Searle's Hotel, where he effectually -repairs with dispatch, Watches, .Clocks, Jewelry, Guns, and every-description of Machinery. Wheefcutting; Gun juid,Watch matcualssupplic^ to the trade. • ' j ! \ SURGEON DENTIST...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

HOW BEST TO PRESERVE THE TEETH. ^—-— - From the National Intelligencer. ¦ It is probable diat. no department of the healing artj is subjected to more frequent abuse than that relating sto"lhe treatment of the teeth, and all] intellijfent persons should know that no practiser ol that speciality can be safely trusted whose character and profes sional- standing a re unknown to them. . I •"would.call attention to the subject because of having heard of. recent abuses practised in this citv. The te }lh should never be clean ed by other tlian| mechanical -means. Any chemical agent tl at will act upon the tartar on. the teeth will i ct; upon and destroy the enamel ofthe teeth klsp. Hence, although the teeth may be made to look very white j in a minute or two bi the use of:jicid, thcyL.isooii become darker tljun ever, to be whitened, no more, arid early decay and pain are sure.to follow. In cleaning the teeth"[by mechanical means, the only caution; to tie observed " is that they sh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

; A JPEItirr SAVEB WORTH TWO EABlIED. J WITTENBERG k BRO., Montrose, Pa., take • this method of iidvi^ng their old friends and customers and the .public at; large, that they have just received and opehedthc iafacst, prettiest atidclieupcst stock of READY MADK CLOf OING ever bro't. ; to this place, which they o0'er at'a sniall advisee from cost, thereby offering purchasers the rare opportunity of obtaining goods atjahout two thirds pho usual, price. - .. - ; • ¦ j-. Also a largo assortment i>f Dry Goods, comprising for Ladies Wear, new stvjes Brocade, Stripe, Plaid,: Plain aud changeable SilkB,,!DcIainoa, Muslin] |De Buge Borage delaines of now and elegant designs.; All the latest stales of Ladies Drcsji Goods, French; Lawns, PrinWa'nd Ginghams. Aj handsome assortment of Dress Trimmings, Embmided Sleevcs,jEollgtr9_ Cuffs, i etc. Jaconet ahd Swiss Edgings and InseVtings,GIovcs Hits, Hosiery, Yc|ls and farawls. • Their assortment of Shawls is very large.qmbraciug every thing t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

< \ ma***mmakm*i*sa»3*wm*vmt*t»*wis»m*mm* AYER^ PUIS. A NEW and singularly successful remedy for the cure of all Biluous diseases—Cbstivcness, Jndi; gestion. Jaundice, Dropsy,- Hlieumatism, Fevers; Hu-. mors, Gout, Nervousness, irritability. Inflammation's, Headache, Pains "in the Breast, Side, Back and Limbs, Female Complaints, <kc. kc. Indeed, very few are the diseases i(i "which a Purgative Medicine is not more or less required, and much sickness and suffering might be :provented, ii u harmless biit effectual cathartic wercj more freely used. . No person can feel well while a costive habit jof body prevails; besides, it soon generates serious ] and" often fatal :diseascs,' which might have been avoided by the timely and udjeious use pf a good, purgative. This is alike true of-Colds, Feverish symptoms, and Billions;derangemeats. They all tend to become or pruducu the deep seated and formidable dlit.empers which load the hearses all over the land;- Hence a reliable ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

Steam* aiul ITIarvin'n Fire>Proo ': ;: Safe's.' "-_'"' rf'tlE subscribers have made arrangements -to fur-*.- nish to pcirsons who may be in want of theni, the ulmve nirfiied irivaluable Safes, «t the sauis prices for which they can be obtained at the mnnnfactlirer's.-r :ifn\ ing experienced the benefit of such an article daring the latd couilagration ourselves, we wouid earnestly recommend to others having v(il'iable books and papers, the presei ring of which would be of immense importance to them, not to dowithbnt one. Pricesnmge from §00 to &i0<>, and wc can explain lo anyone wishing to. purchase, "the difference' in style, size, price,-Ac.-, and,funiisli them on short notice, with the/internal arrangement to suit the piirchafr- - - BENTLEY A READ. Montrose, December 10, i85-£ «evy Goods. , J -. IUo«S & Uro*. am now receiving their sun-• ply of Spring and Summer Goods, and being convinced bf the advantage of h'avlngjrivaily pay are'' determ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

v .ttumfeai (^binaylttai ;; ;/' " " Every fanner should know enough of chemistry, to tel! tho combiaatioti that forms tin different vegetable cr&tiqns. :3Sv!ery plant and vegetable is formed of the same substances, only,unitcd:in: different • wop©rtions.-r- - "All too, are.formed of ^niy.'fineen element§4 The names of these elements we; have .oftenr given; but its a valued subscriber has asked, . us; *( What is the besfrwajr for » iarmer of limited means, to acquire a kwrnledge of Ag-. ricultural Chemistfy ?"m^ wflSglepeat what * we have often saidj by recurring; to the first principles of (^em'istry; apd u| our "subscriber,'' of Sullivan, will learn thls'lcsson fulty, ', he willbe prepared to bo his ciwn teacher afterwards, by expe/tnleritaKtraimng. ' J,, _ , The-fifteeu simple elements are oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, chlorine, cVbon, potash; soda, lime, iiluiunia, magrieai% iron, manganese, silex, sulphur, arid phosphorus.;. ','.,.¦" Some, of these names may beVetter...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

vs" : fufc oqfyeiv, - ; .fwm the Albany Atlas. i "Ob, Let me Sing To-Night, Mother." Oh,"ict me sing to-night, mother,. • That song I used to sing, -When hope was bright, atid my heart was light JusabWajion the wing! ' ... " I know thou'lt tt]iss the voice, tuother, That warbled with the strain, But let me sing to-night, mother, The dear old norig again; j kuow 'twill bring sad thoughts, mother,". ; Thy tears may fall like rain,"?- jor a loring eye and a fair yonngfecc ¦ Thou iie'er may'st see again, But I'd have thee send each tear, mother, Back to its secret cell, And let me sing to-night, mother, The song she loved so well, At>3 let me sine to-night, mother, ' . The'Sfong sho loved so well. • It will bring bright dreams to my heart, mother, . Bright dreams of the joyous past, ¦ffheit hope, all rainb'ow^huetl, mother, Her hold around nie cagt. I know the light grows>«j8ii, mother,.." : ButEtill,! fondly cli$g . ' ' To the bright drcamspbat come b^c^mothcr, Wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

8PEECE OF HOK. HENRT'WILSOH. 1 l\)i ijcee.ssliy of Tis^o In the American Council at Sprmsfield, Atig. 7,1855. Entertaining as 1 do, 3fr. President,. the profound conviction that the vote we are alxjut to take will' have a decisive influence upon the' political relations of men and parties, upon the,"position of Massachusetts in the coming conflicts of the future, I feel constrained to ask, for' a few moments, tie indulgent attention of the Council. . - The gathering hosts of Northern freemen of every party and creed, are banding together- to resisthhe aggressive policy of the Black Foir.cr. Freedom, Patriotism, and Humanitgiaeniand the union of the freemen of the ^public, for the sake of Liberty now peril-«d. JieBgioia sanct.ions-.and blesses it. h How :and v^here stands Massachusetts'?—¦ Shall sue rar.ge herself in line, front to the Black Power, with her sister States? or shall she maintain the fatal position of isolation ?—perc and now, we, the chosen representatives jjrt...

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