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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 20 February 1846

AN nn RS9 SLAVERY UJjJiJJe vor.. i. s.u.hm o., rituuY. i i:r,uuAnv-;), isk NO. 31. A XT I-SLA V Kit Y HUCiLK Published every Friday at SaI.KM, CllUMniANA Co., O. JAM KS HA UNA li V, Jr., Central .1 HEN' J A MIX S. JONES, TT" J. ELIZAHETH JONKS, (k7"Vf remittances lit he nmrl,. ,,,! .,11 ;.. . , . , I lil'IU rr'afltlif to the nrrnniiiriM tiir,ii. ..r tl. In lie addressed (post paid) In II,' Gem nil .T-rrw. i ommunicalums intended fir inner lion to lie addressed In lie Editor. OTTKRfs: $1,50 per annum, or $-.3,011 if i'ii. mhi wiiuiu six months ul the time vl subscribing. Aiivkktiskmhxts making less than a square imiiu'ii mree iiiiirs lor 7. ccnM: one square SU. I'riiMsniMi C'o.Miii iTK.i-:: Sun'l Iin. .ho, ':Tirc(f.irrcI.siiii, J.imcs li irn ili . Jr., D.ivicl L. (iiilhrr; t!i, 1, t I (..'ines'. 3. it. ji'ja'irj-ji yj.amrrA, THE CHURCHES. Frederick Douglass, at one of his meet ings in Unir.nl, Ireland, five the fullow tnr description orilie pro-slavery churches of A uicrica. Mr. Doug...

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. — 20 February 1846

COMMUNICATIONS. PROSCRIPTION. MAHONING, Jan. 28th, 1846. 1 take up my pen lo give yon an account of what has been going n lure L( n short time past. About three v.vi lei ego a colored nun, named John Cirley, -;ii:to I.; re ka a lecturer on slavery. After dclivcrim' several lectures in the neighborhood which were chiefly occupied in giving an account of tho cruelties and outrages that had been p;r j)itratej upon him by Southern tyrants, he; concluded to stop ami go to school awhile. Thi3 offended two individual?, Joseph C.id vallader,a Democrat, and Samuel U. Ilailt y, n Whii'. and aceordinrr'v tiieV tcdi t'.ieir chil dren from school, nnd by means of standi r. threats and bribes (ono man was olT.r.-.l two dollars to withdraw bis children) prevailed on two others to withdraw. By the law of Pennsylvania, there is a board of six directors in each township who have the control of all the schools in that township, the people of each district may, however, choose a commit tee of three of ...

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. — 20 February 1846

object in the movement is ruin tn tlm Smith! It may bo magnanimity to provide for an e iiormoiis accession of I'rce States to tlie li nion, lint is it quite consistent witli the dictates of prudenio und self preservation! or, if it is, is the object so valuable as to warrant the South in obtaining it at the expense of its tnobt valuable lives and dearest interests? Correspondence of the Baltimore Visitor. WASHINGTON, D. C. Feb. 12, 1816 The Oregon debate in tho Lower House lias come to a conclusion. The resolution to give the twelve months notice of the cessa tion of the Joint Occupancy, passed by a ve ry largo majority. The resolution has tho followin important qualifications: "Noth ing herein contained is intended to interfere vith the right an.l discretion ol the proper authorities of the two contracting parlies to Tenow or pursue negotiations for an amicable settlement of the controversy respecting tho Oregon territory." Tho resolution will un doubtedly pass tho Senate, as thorn...

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. — 20 February 1846

POETRY. A VOICE FOR THE POOR. In imitation of the style Hood's "Bridge of Sighs." Blow tlie firo cheerily, Iltd the flames merrily Crackle and plow; Hear how tho winds without, Keep up their dismal shout, blowing the sleet nbeut, Tossing the snow. Here it is cheery warm, Why should we heed the storm? We have a fire, See the flames glancing, Sparkling and prancing Slerrily dancing Higher and higher! Still, it is hitter cold! God help the poor and old On this drear night; Freezing and sighing, Chilled and half crying, StifTningand dying; What a sad sight! See how they gather Closer together, bemoaning the weather, Quiv'ring with pain. How their teeth chatter With a dull clatter, Just like the patter Of merciless rain. Ah! how very numh Finger and stiffened thumb! Yet tho blue lips are dumb, Utt'ring no groan; Limbs growing ligid, Dreath all too frigid fen to m.oan! What a soul-slok'nlng sight, On this relentless night, Savage with storm! Father and mother, Sister and brother, Hugging ...

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. — 27 February 1846

vol.. i. SALEM O., FRIDAY. FE1JUU All Y -J7, 'iSifi. NO. 32. A N T. A V K It Y H U G L K . Published every Friday at Salem, Columbiana Co., (. J ?,i Eri IS A R A 15 V. J r.. General Agent. REN JAM I.N S. JONES, ' J, ELIZABETH JONES, Editors. (j.11l rtiiu'llincc In be mni'r, anil nil letters relating to the pecuniary affair nf tirpnpcr, ' I Ac aJdrcmcd (post paid) to th' Uencrul .1i;tnt. CimmunicuHiim intended fur inset liunlobcaldrnsid to the lldHurt. 0? Terms: Sl,5') per nnmim, or $2,00 if not pnid within six mouths of the timo of sultsfrilii ntj. Advkrtisismiwm mnkin leas than a square inserted three times for 73 cents: outs square $1. l't: hi.ilsii no Cumit itkk : S ' rii'l " vlf'. f I forgo ( ai'rots :i , .1 in.es !i ru ilw, J . David I.. Galhre: ti. Is t 11 ilnuv. j. a. 2ax. LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. Tim House took r.p t!:ii hill for the further protection of person il liberty ; nnd the ques tion being upon agreeing to the reeoioaienda lion of the Judiciary committee, th it il b...

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. — 27 February 1846

Western New York, and ths remainder are from Virginh. Another ship f.v.:n New Or leans, 1 am inf.ir.nel, will sion sail f.r Li'ae til Willi about two It u 11 1 .- J emigrants. " I'.ic Society is in a uiore prosperous con dition l!i:in it crer Ins li en in g lining friends in all q i uteri, an I only needa the assistance it mom lj Jaiaaunst S. COMMUNICATIONS. TIis following ii an extract of a litter from our fririi I, Giles H. .Slchbins, LETTER FROM MASSACHUSETTS. Since my ttiy in X.'.w H.ighn:!, I have ap?nt nvMt ofmy ti into ona of l'ia old towns on th? C i l.vlhal, t'l a rn '. camerritiv of all places in tiiU s-ction, the. clergy ruling tha people with nn iron sway, an m iking tha "anciant yoko of tarur dan'mian" mast se verely full, if any uTirts nrj nude without thrir consent to brink tha bonda of ilia op- rossa.l, or d ) any thing elsa fur hwinVy, iiwtiud of creeli.'ojy. An I how d IPs t in mum prosier in Oaiol I wish I could tike the Inn I of soma of the Warm h-irtnJ friends t...

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. — 27 February 1846

Mexico. Accounts have reached u of an other revolution in Mexico, and wo know not but before we have time to record tho event, it hag been succeeded by another. In ioma countries, at certain times, the rise and Tall of "powers that be" are almost as frequent as tho rising and setting of the sun. Mexico appears to bo somewhat in this condition at .present. Gen. Arista, one of Paredes' best "officers, has superseded him in tho Presiden cy. The ri volution was effected without Woodshed. Arista is said to be more favor able to the U. S. Government than was his predecessor. Yucatan has dissolved her union with Mex ico and dcclarod her independence. A cor respondent of the N. Y. Herald thus writes under date of Jan. 1st. " Yucatan is no longer a part of the Mexi can federation. Yesterday the "Assembly l)eparln.ental" pronounced against their ex isting government, and have recalled the dep uties in the Mexican Congress. The Mexican eagle has been torn from their banner, and replaced by the...

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. — 27 February 1846

POETRY. From the American Citizen. LINES. Suggested by a visit to the City of Washington in the 12th month of 1845. BY. J. G. WHITTIER. With a cold and wintry noon-light, On its roef nnd steeples shed, Shadow woaving with tho s- n-light From the grey sky overlie I, Broad ly.vjgucly, all around me, ies the half built to'vn outspread. Through this broad street restless ever, Ebbs and flows a human tide, Wave on wave, a living river; Wealth and fashion side by side; Toiler, idler, slave and master, in the same quick current glide. Underneath yon dome, whoso coping Springs above them, vast and tall, Grave men in the dust are groping Fot the largess, base and small, Which the hand of Power is scattering crumbs which from its table fall. Base of heart! They vilely barter Honor's wealth for party's place; Step by step on Freedom's charter Leaving footprints of disgrace; For to day's poor pittance turning from the great hope ot their race. Yet, where festal lamps are throwing Glory round th...

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. — 6 March 1846

vol. i. SALEM 0.; Till PAY MARCH (i, tSIO. NO. ANTI-SLAVKilY BUGLE- Published every Friday at Salem, Columhi.w.v Co., O. JAM KS H K A liVi J r., General A sent BENJAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH JOXF Editors. (ftr.lll remillances to be made, and all letters relating to the necutiinru alTnirs nf the nnn-r. ' tn be addressed (post paid) to tht General rfgent.-3 Lomntumcaltnns intended for tnser- iton to tie aatircsstt to the l.dtlors. ttr Terms! 91, 50 per annum, or $-2,00 if . noi paia wunin six months ot we timo ol sunscriuing. Advertisements making less than a square inserted three timed lbr 75 cents: one square SI. 1'l'iii.isniNU Commit i-ke: Sim'l R.-inkp. Gcnrgc (J iriclson, James . r ri :!iv, Jr.. D.ivid L. Galore-ti, Li.t Uolmcy. 3. It. 3fA2a'JfS 5-33 THE ROBBERS OF ADULLAM. Thf following extract is from a New E.ig Isn I Thtnkigivin r sor.n on. Its author is J. C. Livejoy, brother ef tho m'.irJ:rjJ Lava joy of Alton. - H.ivn yon no bowels of cimpission, no tender spot in your sou...

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. — 6 March 1846

were the taut thini which logic as I showed would render him pro-slavery also, forbisop poiifion to a certain Anti-Slavery Society.) Out he derides the logic of my arguments, when I show that the aociety by opposing the Abolition moeementi, at the tame time that it opposes slavery direct passing five nets against slavery, to ono against those societies, is not therefore in fa vor of Slavery. In tho face of my distinct disclaimer of the fact, ha persists in repre senting mn a having ad mi tie J, tint the so ciety pass some pro-slavery acts, but several anti-slavery ones, anJ ahould therefore bo called Jii'-Slavery! I shall not however complain of this, tor I do not with this put of his argument an swered better than he tins done it. IIo says ' do not chtrge the Society with being pro- tlavery according to his (my) understanding of tliB word!" Tits render will recollect my underst inJing of the word. It was, that it meant in faoor nf liberty. I accept however the explanation of my fri...

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. — 6 March 1846

the last twenty year 1 lias he been indulg ing in a sleep like (hat of Hip Van Winkle, that he now come as n menengtr from the past, w ith B budget of old pro-slavery objee. tions lumbering at his back? objections which abolitionists long since overthrew by argument, and which facts have subsequen- ly demonstrated to be false. Look at him, as he rubs his eyes, hardly half awake, and hear him talk about the danger of immediate eman cipation, (he jeopardizing of the lives and the property of the whilcs,nnd the vagabond izing of the slaves. Did he never hear that New York, some twenty years since, freed ten thousand of her slaves in a sinile mo ment of time, nnd that those cf the South American Stairs which have liberated theirs, did it upon the principles of immediate eman cipation! That Mexico did so, that Franco did the came in Ilnyti, nr.d England in her Cape Colony ? Were not hi pro-slav-ry slumbers somewhat broken by the ex ulting shouts sent up by eight hundred Ifinu-Hind!- enfr...

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. — 6 March 1846

POETRY. Wo hope " E. W." will often favor us with hur contributions ; we shall be glad to hear from her whenever she fools disposed U aid the bondman's cause by her pen. For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. AN EXHORTATION. How long shall Slavery blight our land! how long must we obey Proud Southern rule, when God's puro law would sweep the curse away ! Will "nature's noblemen" succumb! will they so meanly cower, And bow their manhood 'ncath its yoke, and humbly yield their power' No ! God forbid that t'ley should prove so recreant to Right, That they would stain their heaven-lit souls with such a deadly blight, And coldly shut God' spirit out to take the spoiler in, And Truth defile, and Justice spurn, to "com promise with sin." There are some sparks left vital yet, that thrilled old Plymouth's braves, To light the lires of Liberty above their sa cred graves : Then raise your standard high above proud freedom's sacred dome, And let it wave deviance there, should tyrants dare to come ! Then p...

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. — 13 March 1846

a iTrmir QIAiFDV BI IiIjJDjo EE3 VOL. I. SALEM, O., FRIDAY MARCH 13, 181ft, NO. ?,L L H 1 r W Ml 10 h. N n H ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Published every Friday at Salem, Columbiana Co., O. 3 AMES BARNABY. Jr., General Agent. HEN1AM1N S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH JONES, Editors. Xgj-.Hl remittances, to bt made, and all letters relating to the pecuniary attain of the paper, to be addressed (post paid) to the General .Igcnl. Communications intended for inter Hiontobt addressed to the Editors. Terms: 1,50 per annum, or $2,00 if not paid within six months of the time of subscribing. Advertisements making less than a square . inserted three times for 75 cents: one square $1. 1'itbi.isui.no Committee: S ini'l Brooke, Ueorgo (in rrel son, James B irnnby, Jr., David L. Gulbrcnth, I,ut Holmes. 7. E. iPATiiraiR, yjiTil'JSE. SLAVERY SHELTER. From the Cleveland American. THE BLOODY FLAG OF ASHTABULA. There is nothing; perhaps mere difficult foi persons to see, than their own inconsistency. We were never more ...

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. — 13 March 1846

Communications. CINCINNATI, Feb., 13th, 1846. Dear Friends : Having a moment, I hall attempt to uro it in writing to you ; but I scnreely know how to begin. I feel op pressed ; hero I urn in a city surrounded by silt'ience ami fashion on tlio ono side, oml wrotchedm-ss and want on tlio other. The strot.t-1 aie thronged with tho busy multitude, all is bustle and haste. This is the surface of socisty, and did we look no deeper wo should feel some pride In being, but he who looks beneath sees the penury and want, the " gaping wounds" of tlio hundreds who once floated on the tide, but who alas! have sunk to the bottom. Thcro I find a multitude of churches, whose towering steeples look down on poor humanity with a pious awe. The building of these dens of oppression is what has sunk thousands in tho mire; strange the people don't see it. Hut they are so stul tified with religion that they can't see, can't move. I say again, I feel oppressed j I feel that I could cry for the slain of my pe...

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. — 13 March 1846

hand, by mUfflrluna or any other unforseen accident, they are reduced to want, then your law provide for them ; they are entitled to all .the privilegea of native born white citizens. But the colored population are too poor to be considered as coining within the" protection of the law. They have no voice in the framing of the laws. And. ao far are those laws from fur nishing protection to them, that it leaves them open ami liable to be imposed upon. Yes sir, it actually holds out inducements to the lawless and evil disposed person, to make invasion and trample upon their rights. Rights! sir, they have no rights. Either that instrument there hanging on the wall is false, or else these laws are unjust and ought to he repealed. When the ,.icstion was taken, the House 'decided by a vote of 31 to I to destroy the Bill; 29 Whigs voted, 13 of them in favor of oppression. Two-thirds of the voles thus cast, would have carried the Rill, and have "igiven a coloring to the idea that the Whigs o...

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. — 13 March 1846

POETRY. For the Bugle. SONNET. BY T. WICKERSHAM. To be a Tare who can endure the thought! A thing a chattol moving'at the nod Ot tomo base tytant trained to wiold the rod! A man reduced to property, that's bought And told like oxen in the field ! Oil ! who That hasono spark of fooling in his breast, Can thus behold his brother robbed op- prtst, And l ot cry thame against the men who do Such deeds of villany and wrong who sell For gold, God's image; and who prostl tute Its noble faculties, till like a brute It grovels in the dust ! Oh ! could I swell The voice that bids the drooping slave be free, Methinks I'd give my sou! for Liberty. From the Tribune. TRUTH. BY AUGUSTUS SNODGRASS. Truth is a staunch old Warrior.aud never yet in fight, Since Heaven unloosed his Foemen, has he forsook the right. Yet often in glorious conflict, by foemen o vprborne. He, for a little season, the captive's garb has worn. Unconquered was tht captive, and with a giant hand, He rent his galling fetters and...

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. — 20 March 1846

VOL. 1. SVUiM, ()., FR1HAY, MAKCII 2J, lSli NO. 35. A X T I-SL A V K K Y HUG L E . Published every Friday at ' 'Salem, Com'mbiaxa Co., O. 5 A M KS BARNABY, Jr., General A jr'. UENJAMIN S. JONKS. ) rmT(lB, J. ELIZABETH JONKS, ,'mToM Q.911 remittance! to. be made, mid all lellert reluting la the pecuniary affaira of the paper, to be addressed (post paid) to the General .Igent. Communication intended for infer' linn lu be addrcxtcd to the Editor. 047" Terms: $1,50 per annum, or $3,00 if not paid within six month of the time of subscribing. Advertisements making less than a square inner tod throe times for 75 cents: one quarc $1. J'riiLlsiiiMi Committi;k: Sim'l Brooke, Joe rr' ( in rret.imi ..Initios ll iriviliv, Jr., Diiviil I., (inll rorili, L l I Inline". LETTER FROM FREDERICK DOUGLASS. i.ASS. REPLY TO MR. C. THOMPSON. T.i ihi E liter f the Liberator.- Dzar Friend: For the sake of our righ teous cause, 1 was delighted to sen by an ex tract copied into tha Liberator of 13th Dec., IB 1...

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. — 20 March 1846

miift at the South I Are not the free black mor degraded than the slaves Shalt he come to the North 1 Dw not John C. Oil houn tell us that in the free States the black race has " invariably sunk into vice and pau perism, accompanied by tho bodily, and men tal inflictions incident thereto deafness,blind mn, insanity and idiocy to a degree without example ; while in all other States which hare retained the ancient relation between the ra ces, they have improved (really in every re sped in number, comfort, ihtii.moknc: ami morals f " What then shall he do 1 With no kind master to keep his belly filled and his back covered at the cost of twenty dollars a year with no sunny Texas to fly to with no refugo st the North but pauper ism, Insanity and idiocy; poor Horatio King, the victim of freedom, must drag out an un happy and cheerless life. And the Legisla ture of Alabama hasdone this fiendish deed! We have no words to adequately express our detestation of the act. The authors of it shoul...

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. — 20 March 1846

tS-LI-L L..t mon morality. Dot to ay common honesty, which would ba tha reinstating in all Us hate J dimension, of tha long sinca exploded doctrine of expediency a doctrine which I trust will be flouted by yourselves, as I doubt not it is, whenever and wherever you find it. No, I did not leave the Liberty party because I thought thy "contributed to the elevation of Polk," but becaus they occupied a fallen position, and because) their actions r&cogniz cd a government whietj is a disgrace to the country in which wc live, for its Iiiglr-kanded aggressions on Hie rights of the feeble and friendless African, whom a stern fate had cist upon her shop's, and the sooner such a go vernment is rent in millions of fragments, tin; better for civilization, the belter for humanity. It cost me many a pang to assume this posi tion, but I now take it fearless of men and devils, and I say with one of old, sink or cwim, survive or perish, I am fur disunion" from all slaveholders at least, and from ...

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. — 20 March 1846

POETRY. From the Democratic Review for March. TO RONGE. BY J. G. WHITTIER. Stiiki homo, strong-hearted man 1 -Down . to the root Of old Oppression sink the Saxon steel. Thy work is tojiew down. In God's name then Put nerve into thy task. Lot other men Plant, as timy may, tl at belter tree, whose friiit The wounded bosom of the Church shall heal. Be thou the Image-breaker. Let thy blow Fall heavy an the Suabian's iruh Hand, On Crown or Crosier, which shall Interpose Between thee and the weal of Father land. Loire creeds to closet-idlers. First of all, Shake thou all German dream-land with the fall Of that accursed tree, whose evil trunk Was spared of old by Erfurt's stalwart monk : tight not with ghosts and shadows. Let us hoar The saap of chain-links. . Lot our gladdened ear Catch the pals prisoner Welcome, as the light Follows thy ax-stroks, through his cell of night. Be faithful to both worlds; nor think to leed Earth's starving millions with the husks ol creed : . Servant of Him ...

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