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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 28 June 1851

163 NO. 42. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. $1)C 3ltttl-Sl(U)Ctl) DllQlc. WhBK OoD COMMANDS TO TAKE TUB TRUMMT AMD BLOW A DOLOROUS OR A JARHINO BLAST, IT UBS NOT IS MAN'S WILL WHAT HI SHALL SAT OR WHAT MB SHALL CONCEAL. Milton. SAL KM, OHIO, JUXli i 28, 1851. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE meets July 6th. Industrial Congress. Tli is covention which assembled in Albany N. Y. occupied a week in its seions. A grent variety of subjects camo under consideration, nnd quito a number oi Important resolutions wcro adopted. A stormy debnto ensued upon tlio ,'prcsentation of the credentials of Samuel 11. Ward, a small minority. desining to ex- elude him on account of his complexion. Ho was however triumphantly admitted ; only six votes against him. Isaac P. Walker was unani mously nominated for tho Presidency, and it was resolved to make land reform, the sole issue for the present, avoiding all other embarrassing questions. A correspondent of the Truo Democrat, la bors to vindicate the propriety of this course f...

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 June 1851

164 THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 6 Miscellaneous. UNCLE JOHN; OR THE ROUGH ROAD TO RICHES. Men who hnve ticen tlie 1 architects of their own fortunea,' never admit tlmt good luck has had anything KoAo wiili their prosperity. Tlicir pnrdonulilo vnhity at their own suc cess make them guilty of a species of in gratitude to Providence. Listen to ono of these old gentlemen holding forth to his hopeful aon or nephew on his, tlie aniil old f;ontlcmnn's past lite; on liia cnily poverty, lia sclf-ilcnitil, Ilia hard work, mid hi sub sequent reward ; and llic burden of lii.i dis course ia ever tlio aninc : Alone I did it, boy !" Should the liatrnrr nt nny point ho tompt ed ratddy to exclaim 'how lucky!' the old gentlemen will turn ou him with n severe frown and any " Luck, sir nonsense. There's no aui'li thing na hick. Live on a crust, sir) l lint's the only way fur n lunu to get on in the world. The old gentleman quito forgets that if his first venture in lift Chntitrr. Fust ludinmnu hud bee...

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 July 1851

' l ......... "SO UI03 WITH SU YE HOLDERS." Jili:s It A It N All V, I'lilitisliiiiK Agent. IttAHII'M It. IIOIIIAKO, i:1ilor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO.. OHIO, JULY 5, 185 J, WHOLE NO. 303. VOL 6-NO. 43. in E ASTI. SLAVERY BUGLE, Fublishtd every Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O. 'Term. $1,60 per nnntim if pnid In advnnre. If 1,75 per annum it' pnid wilhin tho that six months of tlio subscriber's year. $!,00 per nnmim, if payment lie delayed fceyond sit months. I'StWo occasionally sond numbers to those vho aro not sulm-ribcrs, hut who nro hclirvcd to he interested in the dissemination of anli-slix-rcry truth, with tlio hope lliut they will citlicr subscribe i!icm"i-'ve, or e their Influence to extend it circulation am'-'inrir friend. 7Cnmmuntrationa intended for insertion, to ho addressed to Mauic It. KnniNof, KJitor. All others to Jaxii:s D.xiinadv, Publishing Agent. THE BUGLE. Cincinnati Correspondent. Father Mathew in Cincinnati—New Baptist Seminary—Intolerance of the Slave Power— Health...

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 July 1851

166 THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL 6. From the N. Y. Evening Post. Ecclesiastical Nullification In S. Carolina. At tnsj Inst General CtMifiirencu of tho Aletliotfrat fjiiscoiml Cliurck South, an at tempt was mode by die delcgatea of South Carolina ami some other conlcrenceri, to ex punge irotn tnctr discipline tlin section on slavery, hut tho majority of the conference concluded that It Would not Im exiediciit to do so; 'a note was, however, onlured to Ira appended m tho section, duel nrinff tho sense ot the conlerence Hint it wna to be regarded fts dead letter, and entirely inoperative. Hut this compromise did not satisfy tho lirethren in South Cnrolina, who, ai will bg seen hy the following article Irom the South ern Chriihnn Athwnte, have tJiken the re oniilility of expunging the naughty sec tion thnmsclves, ao that there are now two disciplines in the South, ono I'roiu the Meth od id L'i(co)iil Church, South, and the oth er lortn tlio Methodist i.pisenpal Church. South Carolina. 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 July 1851

167 NO. 43. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. The Allies of the South. Tho Whig of Fa., havo recently manifested n abundant disposition to mako copital (nn ar ticle they greatly need) out of the sorvile roso lutiona of the Domooratio Convention wluch no minated Col. Biglot for Governor. Tho Whig assembled at Reading last week re-nominated Gov. Johnson, and got up their annual oath of allegiance to slavery, In due resolution form. What occasion for oxuttatlon over tho Demo crats the northern 'anti-slavery Whigs' may find In them, we can't any. The following are , the resolutions rotating to this topic t Resolved, That the adjustment measures oftho Inst Congress dim 1 1 lio fiiithflilly obser ved anil respected hy the Whigs. ' Resolved, That an unalterable determina tion to maintain (he Supremacy of the Con Mitution and Laws lias bccn,oii(l is now, one of our cardinal doctrines ; and that while others have faltered, the history of the Whig Party demonstrates that, in the storms of ad versity or...

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 July 1851

168 VOL.) 6. Miscellaneous. A Note on "Small Word's." And ton small words creep on in one dull line." Most ingenious! most fclie'tous ! but let Iio twin despise littlu words, despite of llm litllo innn of Twickenham, lla himself know belter; but there wns no resisting the the temptation of such a line im that, mull words, lie m f,1 in plain ntul r snie rriiicism, lire geticrnlly "mill' nnd languishing, hut they inny be beuulil'ul to express mcluii cholv." T he English language is n Idnniin'O of small words, it Is, says swill, " overslock ed with monosyllables." It rut down till its words to the shortest possible dimensions: O sort of liaU'-l'ioerustcs, which Iik, but liever stretches, In one of the most mag nificent passages in (Inly Writ, that, namely, which describes the death of S.isern "At tier feet ho bowed, hu ti ll, lit her feet he Lowed, ho fell, hn Inid iliiwn: whero he bowed, there he fill down dead;" there urn twculy-two moons) llahlcs to thice of grcnt rr length ; or, ra...

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 July 1851

She OTAHItrs II. IIOBINSOJI, Editor. "NO UNION WITH Iti? EHOIDERS." JAMES BAHNABY, Publltliing A cnt. V0L6--N0.44. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO. OHIO, JULY 12, 1851. WHOLE NO. 304. THE ANTI. SLAVERY BUGLE, rmblithtd mry Saturday, at Salem, Cot. Co., O. Tkrk. $ 1,50 per annum if paid tn advance. f 1,79 per annum If paid within the Bret iu month of the subacriber'i rear. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond mi month. iyWt occasionally ond mimlicra to those Who are not (ubscnttcrs, but who are believed to bo interested in tho dissemination of anti-slavery truth, with the hope that they will cither ubscribo themselves, or e their influence to extend it circulation among their friends. LT'Communicationa intended for insertion to bo sddreed to Mahu 11. Itonixso. Editor. All other to Jambs Bahxabt, Publishing Agent THE BUGLE. Ma. KniTon In looking over my Portfolio I found tho enclosed, which I thought had been forwarded a long time inco. I regret that my carelessness in thi case has led ...

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 July 1851

hero, hUnnr nr Z 7 JiZi X" , " lZ" M V Lnnl II .1 . w Washington ami tnlk ,h v-iy ton what hei wihlL ton wnaithcy would not have known at hornet n.l f !.:. ..i..:.. i i .11 ,. . . ' fh. I" ' rL'1?," ,"'",r,Ifr?m.U"'. dny He , nf : . " "". P'jccs. . uPy't know""?1 Pr- Kirk waaccstaticnlly gld o meet l'rederick Do.i- . in ti ,. " .' ""onn, Riving tostimo- ..j ... ...v, vpu,, , cuiuruu iimiucr, ami weniauoiisiy snaKing hands Willi liim. Wo need always in t'.niilnml soinclxwlv who slmll undertake to disroho these trans-iillmitic alio litlonista, men who on hoard tint steamer I r .1 ' I pet nil of their anti-slavery principles as they do of their loose Kiigiish change, tak- special euro -to bring neither home. You ..uw m uoiiiHinnii ucscrilics the auticpnt- joy or the literary Impostors when J ton- DlflM. tllA ftM Itlul.f... I. ..I ..... I .1...!- r -""t w w- ...rM.w,, Kii uAinfui mnr lirnm . .nnl.l I. J rciuuvcii. i.ei me siigmiy parody his language to descnlie the ioy of, our American ...

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 July 1851

Letter from E. A. Lukins. HOPEDALE, June 23d, 1851 Pjbar Mabivs t I have just been in tho office of tho Practical Christian, reading one of thoso admirablo letter In the Standard, ligncd D. Y.' which neTor fail to put mo in good hu mour, and as thii one hat a peculiarly happy influence, reviving pleasant retcollcctions of Boston and the delightful scones we so lately mingled in thcro, my heart ia turned toward you in Ohio with strong desires to impart somo- what of tho picas uro I received, although this day 1 so hot I am apprehensive thoughts will evaporate before they reach the paper. The Soiree, whero I wish you all could have .been, gleams across my memory like brilliant tar, the elegant party at Mr. Sargent's, whero Thompson flitted about an animating spirit of light and Joy, the lonely happy afternoon at Jit. Auburn, all come to me like the scones of vivid and pleasant dream. Further back ,our in foresting meeting with Laura Bridgman in tho asylum for the blind, is among my pl...

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 July 1851

Miscellaneous. Editorial Correspondence of the Tribune. The Flax-Cotton Revolution. LONDON, Wednesday, June 4, 1851. Ahliougli 1 hnva not yet round lime Tor a careful nmi lliorough examination of the ma chinery nnd processes recently invented or adopted in Europe for the iiiniiul'nrliiro of cbcup fabrics from I Inxtl liavo seen ononli to nssuro ma of their value nmi iuiorlniice. 1 hnve been disnpmiutcl only wiih regard to machinery for Flax-Pressing, which seems on a casual inspection, to I liir less cflicicut than the Itcst on our side of the Atlantic, es pecially tlmt patented of Into in Missouri ami Kentucky. That in oierntion in the Itritmh Machinery department of tho Exhibition docs its work faultlessly except tlmt it turns out the product too slowly. I roughly csti mntc tlmt our Western mucliincs nre nt haul twice no cllicicnt. M. CluiiHHcn is here, nnd tins kimlly ex plained tn me his processes, and shown mo their product, lie is no inventor of Fin x- .Wresting Mnchinrry nt 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. — 19 July 1851

noe M AUI I S 11. UOUIXSOX, Editor. "SO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." JAJIES BtltVinV, Fnhlltlilng Agf-nt. VOL G---NO. 45. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO.. OHIO, JULY 19, 1851, WHOLE NO. 305. THE ASTI'SLITERY BUGLE, Fublinhei seery Saturday, eit Salem, Col. Co., O, Terms. $1,50 per annum if psid In dvncc. $ 1, 75 per annum if paid within the first six months oi the subscriber i year, f Z.no per annum, if payment be delayed fcoyond i months, GTWe Occasionally tend numbers to thoe who are not subscrilicr, but who nro believed to bo interested in the dissemination of anti-sin cry truth, with tho hope that they will cither subscribe themselves, or use thmr lnllucnco to extend its circulation among their friends, t"i7Cammunicatinns intended for insertion, to he addressed to Mahii.s K. Koiunsun. Luitor. All others to Jamks Hahnahy, Publishing Agent. f THE BUGLE. Columbus Correspondence. COLUMBUS, July 5, 1851. Mb. Robinson : Dear Sir, According to promise, I set down to write a few lines for your valua...

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 July 1851

Lord Morpeth on Slavery. From the Independent. On llio subject slavery Mnrrsmd himself with cntitim', kindness ond discrimination and il is to hia view's on this nil pervading topic that wo would now invito the attention of our renders. Uy birth and , inheritance a nobleman, ly social idl'mitics n true gentleman, Hiid by the aiifiinpe of llrit ish yeomanry a legislator of the realm, ho ) is a innn ol quito a different s'.nmp lioin George Thompson, while yet he would not yield 10 nun in iicnny (iciiiucriiiic svmpn- 1 trues. Jcscriliing Ins journey southward from New Voik, he says: "My next brief pause was nt lialtiinorn. At a hull on the railroad on tho way thither, 1 heard a conductor or Giiiird snv to n nemo. I cannot let you go, lor you nro n Xlavf..' A 1MB VTUO IIIJ llini IIIIIIIIMM1M1 IIHII IIMU I Wf,- el the border which divides I reeilom from Hlnvcry. I quotn from the entry which 1 mndo iiK)ii noting these words that evening: 'Declaration of Independence which I read yesterday...

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 July 1851

Colonization, Testimony of Colored People. Tho Christian Herald, published by the Afri con Methodist Church in Pittsburgh, hat in substance the following remarks nn olnnlM tion, and the motives which originated and sus tains it. Tho colored population should notico tho fact that tho subject of colonization is now rig orously agitated by numerous bodies of profes sing Christians. The tthemo is anti-christinn. It has for its objnet the annihilation of the free colored population. Already hare they slaugh tered thousands of our raco by thrusting them into the holds of ships, recking with pestilence, to transport them here thousands havo perish ed bcfnro becoming acclimated in their new land of bondago and tens of thousands more, by excessive toil and tcrriblo cruelly. Now, professing convic tion of sin fur their past cruel ty, these Khilt chrutitmt manifest their peni tenco by sending us, w hero wo shall have to en dure all tho auU'cringa of our ancestors. Con Jessing sin and augmentin...

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 July 1851

Miscellaneous. An English Dairy Farm. The following Is extracted from a descrip tion of one of the largest dairy furms ncor London. We will now descend tliis hrond nn.l popular slope, anil pays visit to Fricrn Mun or Dairy Farm, to which all these acres ome two liiindrcd nnd filly Mung, togcth er with ell these horned lieniiiies.' We find them nil very iloeilo and imdisturlw-d hy our presence, though their looks evidently denote thnt they recognize n stronger. Hut those who ere reclining do not riso, mid none of them decline to lie caressed hy the iinnu, or seem iiinilleretit to tlie conipli or wcni indifferent to tint eonmli. menu addressed to them. In passion through me cows, we were specially presented to the cow rpieen, or master cow,' as alio is railed. This lady has licen recognized during twelve years as tho eovorcign ruler over all the rest. No one, however large, .iirMnca tier supremacy, plio is a short horned, short-legged cow, looking at first igm roincr email, out on clo...

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 July 1851

If" "SO CMOS WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." JAMES nilt.VVBV, Publishing AeenU IttAKIUS It. HOIIIXSOX, Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO.. OHIO, JULY 26, 1851. WHOLE NO. 306. VOL 6-NO. 46. THE ANTI-SLUERT BUGLE, Puhluhti retry Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O. Terw $1,80 per annum if paid in advance $1,74 per annum if paid within the tint six month of tho subscriber's year. $2,00 per annum, if payment bo delayed beyond six months. iSWo occasionally send numbers to those who aro not subscribers, but who are believed to be interested in the dissemination of anti-sla-Tory truth, with the hope that they will either eubscribo themselves, or use their influence to xtend its circulation among their friends. excommunications intended for Insertion, to be addressed to Mauius H. Konixsox, Editor. All others to J amks Uahm a nr, Publishing Acnt. THE BUGLE. Letter from Joseph Trent. PROVIDENCE, June 8th, 1851. Mr Dear Marius: Well, iince I lust wrote you, men have been playing lte fool on large scale. They liuve...

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 July 1851

nhnmimililo fugitivo law, is operating no ter ribly, it w ill prove llio Churches o ho infidel in relation (u die truth nml Himit of Jesus, it they nttomtit In keep quiet. If tlm Church ilocs not liike side with mercy, against cm tdlV. it ill Hot Worth Slltmnrtmir It in expected tlint another t'onvcntnii will o held during the routing year, nml, in tlio moan timo, thousand of our reports w ill ho circulated nil over the country nnd papers viniiiiiicii, nun lecturer sent nlirnml, nml nun llio work ol Church reform w ill be en tered upon with fnoro e.irncMnesH limit ever. vc nra not nirnul 01 ix-iug loociilliiisuistK! in this cause. Iln w ho linn full mwt, hint not yet l'lt enough. We who profess Christianity Inr rrt that we nro now living in tlpp very world lor whieh Clniwt lileil in agony. Those very n-eiies nun suucritig "Wlucn linnily rmse no amotion in us, are llio very scenes whieh moved llio hemt of Coil. Ho tlmt w uro every 4'hriKtnin to tremble w ith emotion were the members ...

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. — 26 July 1851

Letter from J. P. Davis. ECONOMY, Indiana, July, 1851. To th Editor of The Zhiifc nra desirous of communicating to your renders, tlio stato of tho Anti-Slnvory cntcrpriso among us, I am happy to say that Indiana is waking up, She is beginning to feel that something is to bo said, as well as thought something to bo dono as well as said. On tho 28th of May, a Christian Anti-Slave, ty Convention was held In Indianapolis, design ed to unite tho friends of the slavo of all deno minatinns in a combined religious anti-slavery body. Indianapolis contains 21 Churches, o nough to corrupt a whole nation wcro thcro no counteracting influences. 11)0 attendanco was rcspcctnlile considering this fact which marks tho Ood-forsakcn character of the town. On tho 29th, tho Political Anti Slavery Tar, ty of tho State, held a Convention to lay a new platform to stand on, the old ono having given away. Tho Resolutions wcro good. The most of them wcro the production of M. 11. Hull. Mr. Hull is not afraid 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. — 26 July 1851

Miscellaneous. From the Dollar Magazine. From the Dollar Magazine. "Yes, Sir---My Niagara?" BY CORNELIUS MATHEWS. " The owner of Niagara died recently an aged ninu -whose lilo liuil Ihm-ii coincident with the rise to tlie fulliic and dignity of a nntion of Western New York. Ho Imcl cho sen this residence by the great river ns tlio lioine of hia declining years, iiimI liia grave will be within the aounil of tho cataract." Daily Paper. There ia something inenn nml diminish ing in the ordinary conditions of property. There is the tnx-giithcrcr with his red-lined lxKik and itikhorn to bo met at inconvenient and mnlhcniiiticully impertinent intervals. The ten-drinking Board of Aldermen must hove their hnnd in it wild the opening mid shutting of street. There urn eertnin jnillry ordinnncea to lui constantly kept in mind touching the position of on iron ush-hox on the walk in winter time, and tliu decent withholding of 1'ngends of greens from the gutter in summer. The seasons themselves ar...

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. — 2 August 1851

JI0 UNION WlTn SLATE HOLDERS." JA.1IM UAlt.NAllY, 1'ubUsliiiitf Agent. ItlARIUS II. IIOIMVSOIV, Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, AUGUST 2, 1851. WHOLE NO. 307. VOL 6-NO. 47. THE INTI-SLIVER? BUGLE, Putluhtd every Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O. ' TiBMi. ,50 per annum if pnid In advance. 1,75 per annum if pnid within tho Unit aix snontha of the luhacribcr'i year. $2,00 per annum, if payment bo delayed beyond six months. . tyVo occasionally aond numbcra to those whs are not atibscribcrs, but who aro believed to be interested in tho dissemination of nuti-sla-Yery truth, with tho hopo thut they will cither tubscrihe themselves, or uso their influence to 'tend ita circulation among their friends. t7Communicationa intended for insertion, to bo addressed to Mahics It. Hoiunson, Editor. All othera to Jamm Bahkadt, Publishing A ;;ciit. Selections. The Voice of the Pulpit. Close of Theodore Parker's Speech at the New England Convention May 18. Look a moment now at tlio pleasing sido of o...

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. — 2 August 1851

tng but labor nnd ovrrty in this world, which you nro obliged in submit to ns it i his will tlmt it should lie so. Ami think within yourselves what a terrible thing it would be, nftcr your Inborn nnd suffering in this lifo, to be turned into Hell in tho next life and after wearing out your bodies in service here, to go into a fur worse slavery when thin ii over, nnd your poor souls bo delivered over into tho possession of the Devil, to become bis nlnvis forever in Hell, without nny hope of getting free from it." The preacher in the Mine connection ssrurcs the slaves thnt " God lint ti act their masters nnd mistresses over them in It is own stead," thnt they are M God's overseers." Now litis general reireaentiition ia part nnd parrel of the prevalent religion in this He jiuhlic. The Gospel, according to it, doea not restore men to themselves here, amidst the heaven-established relations nnd arrange ments, with which they nre now connect ed it mnjr leave them hero to op press or be op...

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