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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 4 August 1855

V, TERMS : Two Dollars per Annam-In Adracce. BS JCST : LET ALL THE XKDS.THOU AIMKSTaT BE THT COCKTST's, GOO'S, AHD TRUTH'S." i Faoilj Newspaper: Ifidrptsdcst ci All SaJetts BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS' TERRITORY,-SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1855. NUMBER 31 VOLUME I. ' 1 v : ' - ' : 1 - i Evening Hours. BT CCKHUB BILL. The ha man Lesrt Lu hidden treasures, In secret krnt. in t.i!n tnlA- The tho'U, the hopes, the dreams, the pleasures, y nose cnamn were broken, if re vesica. And dajs may pass in gay coa fusion, And nights in nowy riot fi. While, lost in fame or wealth' fllnsion, -The memory of the post may die. Hot there are hoars of lonely masing, Such as in the evening pile nee come, WIkd M)ft a bird their pinions closing, . The heart's beat feelings gathar homa. Then, in our soul's there seems to languish A tender grief that is not woe; And tiioogh ta that one winEgjrroans of anguish. .Now cause some mild tears to flow. And foclintrs, once as strong as passions, Fioa. softly ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 4 August 1855

if - V ! ii f - X t $ s : """ v- -a )c fjcrali) of irccoonn &u Sntepcnumt unmiuin ana tljc 5ntcwst0 of Kansas. ftil 11!) I t 11 f ': $ I J i -J In 10- ,5 J Vi, i t 1 J ) O. W. BROWH, Editor. Lawrence, Saturday, .lag. 4, 18J3. Th Boatoa Liberator Again. Other mar think a they will of the t - - i .'- . t t . . . ;&f?'or,.'pubHlcd at Boston by Wm. Lloyd Garrison but after reading its last contemptible thrust at the Herald of Freedom, in i t issue, of ' the 20th , ult., we must "give it as oar opinion that the editor is a very lingular anti-slavery man But when wejecollcet that ho is an abo litionist in. the ultra sense of tliat term, thathlsfrien&jvioleutlyor , ' . , rMicsaa -yearr two ago, oecau lie was Jtot what they dented him to bo; we should not wonder at his low thrust at t he. Herald. To. charge us -wiih being! pjo-gWrV is to base or a has ougbtt ingratiate hvC' - Vood gnu ot thcoininumty. ,not ,by v..:,J:-i,if.... v... t.- L.: 1 ;building itself up. but by endeavori...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 4 August 1855

Jija JeiD of 'jffecOoty. Lawrence, SAturda Auj. 4, 1855. To Oar "Friends. -The mmdar its "w ?os- m 2.005 ten is vcetkfy, etnd it ikrkt le malerijUy incrittd. if W ie he anpnrce ' ill principle and deeire if 4 suect, om!d tLe the frwvle l present it claitn UkU luiahhars. There sjre f t f ttr present sub scrtlerncho eomld nU secure oxk sh kwo.xm tlb saint tcith but tittle effort; and tee respectful ly fh our friends that thty call the atte'iUi'm f their oefieintancet tn the claims ff the IIebaxo vr Fbezpom upon piddle patronnye; JltMo many of our presetU sHcrtleri i:Si hand t vn ac nam'.T As an inducement toeatftum. each person v7) shall in future smd tie new t'JuerOxrt, axr-nt-panied vUK 12, shall be entitled to a setenth The SeqaeL .-' Agreeably to our pr.mise last week, xsq started about four o'clock p. M.f of AVYi-' darfor Hickory Point, twelve mjies south of Lawrence, where it wa said a body of Missourians, seventy-five strong, . had assembled for the purpose of committing depred...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 4 August 1855

r: erctffr iu utnamtgtd llje Snfcre Kansas isi r- r i f i The Freeman's Heme. it;, o. whittiis. Land cf the forest and the rock Of dark-blus late and mighty river Of mountains rear'd aloft to moefc The storm's career, the lig htnings ehoclt My own green mountain land forever 1 Zand of the beautiful and brave The freeman'a home, the martyr's grave The nursery of giant men, Whose deeds have link'd with every glen, And every hill, and every stream, . The romance of sorco warrior-dream I Oh t never may a son of thine 'Where'er his wandering steps incline, Forgetthe akv which bent above Ilk childhood like a dream of love The stream beneath the green hill flowing, The broad-arm'd tree above it growing. The clear breeze through the foliage blowing: Or hear, unmoved, (ho taunt of scorn Breathed o'er the brave New Eng'and born Or mark the stranger's jaguar hand Disturb the ashes of thy dead; The bailed glory of land Who sou with noble deeds is rcdr And sanctified invtry part. Kor tetl resent...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 11 August 1855

TERMS :--Tira Dollarj per Annua--!! Advance. BK JCST : LET ALL iHE EXPS THOU -AIME5T.AT CK THT COCSTTS GOI"s, AS D TRrTHS.' A Family XfTsipapcr --InSspcs dent oa III Sstjfcts. ' V.--. BY G.' W. BROWN. & CO. LAWRENCE, 'KANSAS TERRITORY, SATiJRDAYj-AUGUST. II, 1855. NUMBER 32-VOLUME I. Swear ye now, O my Brothers! '-" -BY WILLI AX OLAD BOCKXE. ;. -. . V , "Lo! tbe Lund of the West! where the Freemen hall ri ' . ' - - -'' ' Jo tlw pride of bid hirth,' with Lid tauJrl on . LL'U, . .. - , - ;. And shall point to the Eat, where tha n.sh of" Gives the prorukM of FreJJom that never baH And the MB suhe wheel in fiii chariot of day, . fchil eoaver from the astt -aji J the laluai of -.ilieXortli.' , - ' -In the Ufrt-h of his Learn , slid tLeTijhtof h'.-Twar. llolv Tw of- tli Fieemcu that uttef the'ei . forth. . ; , . Khali these plain ever eound with the cry of the . lave -' . Shall then: rah ever . moan o'er tho shackle and chain! ' " Shall the Klifisiia boar down with its wealth to 'tlie...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 11 August 1855

je-gemfii of jfmtorm: Sfo Mepcnknt Jamila tlje interests .l-faito.. Jfje ifei-qii) of I G. W. BROWN, Editor. Lawrence, Saturday, AnjnlliS55. . Must Go In!" - " -After getting; ar matter ia type for this issue, and . looking, over a bundle of exchanges , expecting momentarily the appearance of our foreman with the proof heet, we were taken all aback by the sudden appearance of our clerk, with a letter in hand, superscribed a3 follows: "Editor Herald of Freedom," and near 4 the bottom, ia large letters, with three ominous lines drawn- under it "MUST GO IN!" Of course we trembled in oar boots ! Who could Jiave done otherwise ,uader the circumstances ? Tremblingly we opened the letter with awful foreboding of the consequences if it "Didn't go in," and read as follows : To the Editor of the Herald of Free- d 6m ' W Z- WISH IT TO-BE UNDER' stood." Sib : Under' this title- ap peared an article injour paper last week reflecting personally upon me, resulting. I suppose,, from a personal inte...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 11 August 1855

l)e ttatf of Jxt&m : &n cmb the Jntercsls dmsm Xfye 5f eSrId of Jfi-ecDoft. Lawrence, Saturday, Aajr. 11, 1S55. To Oar Friends. . The rytvlar iutuqfthi paper ienow 2,000 top it wctity, and it might he materially increated, f the who approve of it principle and dmirt it ' succeu, would talc the trout U to present it claim to ki neighbor. Tier art few of our preterit ub icrihert vho could not tecur out MEW szsfonbi- iu xaxs teiti but liiH tfort; and ve reepectfvl ly k our friend that thep call the attention if acMfiuseH k ui cmhuu ry im ji skald or Fexsdou upon publis patronage. How many of our preterit eubteribert will hand in one new namet A an inducement to exertion, each perton who atl in future tend v tic new tubeeribert, accom panied with i,hall le entitled to a eeventh eepgyratb. . Cholera and Intemperance. - Reports from Fort Riley and Pawnee are very disheartening. It is represented that the cholera has broken oat among the Government troops, and that many persons are...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 11 August 1855

p m I' ill i i " i : !'J , It f i -i I . f I j. fe ifelS of j: f jCcSohf . C. W BROWN, Editor. LawreiifC, Satardaj, Aaj. II, !S55. Freedom in Kentucky.; " . Kentucky has beeu greatly agitated of late, over domestic matters of her 'own,' but little less important to die friends of free speech than arethoso dilucullies rin Kansas' which , are upheaving society; i t i. - : . ; II appeaw that Rev. Jons G. Fee; ajj.e, .You base your change of opia: eo-laborer with C. M. Clat, lias Ix-enj im-ofine inaiulynpon",d$ "testimony of canvassing Kentucky, ami laboring in die W H- &nky.. -tr: Kirtley isVakl to pulpit aad on the stump jii-c , . - ,,. . r, , , j't);ler;tnaa"l, I, however,- know him uwpcoptc ox mat, oi tao e?r.Uh'Txh0tKUut personal prejudice. of tbecrimaof sbvehollia, with the hope of ultimately succeeding in securing ' emancipation t the slave. Sometime in ifarch last, if wd recollwct arig'.t Mr. Fee wai addrassing an audsen.ee at Drip ping Spring, Liucola county,' . whea he tva...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 18 August 1855

(TERHS:vTwb.Doliit9.pfr Auaa-!fi.A4rance;'' '' " . ivxr : iet iu th msvsmotjaxisT a t-i tut cocstot's, cod's, ak tbutbV ' - A F BY G. W. BHOWN & CO. ' LAWRENCE, KANSAS TEltRITORY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1855. : : : ' NUMBER , 33-YOLDME I.". A National Anthem. God of the Nation! hear And mak the feeble ;ionT; Our aonsc of ld thanksgiving, To thy jrreat name b:ioar. ' ' Lovd. laud we'll aweli the authein, . High, Ui$h oar tok raie; Columbia's aon and daughters, Your guardian ruler prairts. " Cwou, brother, never falter, ,. ; Join, hlsUi. heart w)d ban J, Bound Freedom " aacrej attar, ' Oar own de&r Fatlu-rLtuJ! " Armed with the sword of Jbtk"." And prtaplaf Truth trifht aiiielJ, Tl Lord our ..Fatbrr truatuJ, . - '! triJ Cfppreskurild. --- - -; - rirmw the IJtekof Agca, Whon beat tike Mjre hiirh, They stood in faith, undauuta-l. Their Watchword, "liberty r tmie, brother, never falter, . Join, tiater.s, hiart an I hand, Bound Freedom' sarred altar, Oar ovra dear Fatherland'. Thoa,...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 18 August 1855

t&fjt fytxoBf of irairom : &n :2nirq;fnuxnt unmnifii anil tlie Interests or Kansas.- Q. W. BROWN. Editor. tawrenre, Saturday, Ang. 18. IS35k Our Outside. -"'-. We find it necessary to place a large number of original articles ou our fourth page thU week. Among other' commu nications to which we invite attention is the letter of Mr. Conway in relation to certain false charges made against him, emanating with the Leavenworth Herald; and -copied into many of the. eastern .pa pers, giving a reason for his resignation as member of Uie Territorial Council. T'Cerepreseciaiion ot me jieraia uau iio,j & particle of truth to sustain it. The eastern press do the free State peopla of Kansas a great wrong in copying any ar ticles froci that Journal. The editors may not purpose stating -anything but facts; but their means of information lies through sach corrupt channels the truth is all'crusbed out" before it reaches the public. ;. , . The letter from "A Kansas Farmer' should not be ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 18 August 1855

ficraUr of Jrcom: Sin Jn&cpcnknt iamiln JNcuJsppsr Motefr Id fiuMmto ahS tp Jutmsfs (if lanSttsT Lawrfacc, Satarday; Aai 1 8, 183 5 . ... To Oar friends. The thUt iautnf this paper mw 2.) tp U wteltjr. and it tM'jU be materially inerel. if th ee who owr(t tUpriddet and tleeire it t-ecee, W.i Lit th tmullt io prteent it eUiim U h' HiM&ur. There ere few if our prueM eub urUwiki emli u- ew s bkponm t e mxe iritk b"t little tfrt; reepe- ful ly ai our fii'tde ikat iht't ill the atUeli,m, ,f their Wfuainttmet tathelioti ' tie Herald of Fkejldoh ttpoHpHrJi iUtmye. Ji w many .t'wif jiraerti ntbteribere will hand i cue new name? i - " - ' ' ' - ' A a idzeenud taexertum, eneh jert'.n trhi Stall infutnrt tend v fix ne-e t!e.-Ur. arcor f anted Uhi:$ull he ttl'dled. ta etenth tefpyrstii.' r' -.- . - Hutcainaon, Harlow & Co. j Coutrarr fc what snn'rreeu. tliese : gentlemen had their ; aivertiseme nt," not onjy in die last number of the Herald of Freedom, but in the number of the week ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 18 August 1855

- - ; v' ...; . . : . - - : ... ' , i:, i f 5 I!? if i :! i. Oi-ujiiinl ftysfrjj.' f r i Ilefld tf Trttiom. The Kansas 'Train." y i. t. crims. Tune, Jortt. roood for Kansas promis'd land, "With k read? heart and hand, In blest freedom' eam-e we go, -Fearless of a southern foe. For his threat we do not care Fresdm' armor ! we wear, Fresdeur'icmr k is we ting, Freedom nag the bieu we fling. Gathering round that Sag, you'll c, Clu'ict vns of liberty: And tlwre, nob'..-st women too, A band strong; trusty, and tru. United all. heart and ban 3, In one firm, unfiinchin;? bind, Kansas' precious s.il we'll s.ive. Ucr it freedom's buunT wave. - Onr fathers' from Euzland's there Came o be oppresa'd no more; On us now their mantle fall, For bleat freedom Kmily tails. Now that call we will obey, And to Kansas basid away, There to live. and there to die, For justice, and iitwrty. Jail to JaJians on its s;0, A nd to hardy son of toil. Who have frit their cneri-hl home, To the prouns'd land to roui...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 25 August 1855

TCU3lS:--Tffo Dollais pcr'AnauaIn Adrancc. ; "bzjcst: ail the ksds thoc amkst at bstht coctrtV, cob's, axd TntrTaV' v A Family Newspaper:--ladcpexuICEt en ill Ssljcctsv BY G, W. BROWN & CO. " : LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERfflTOItY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1855, NUMBER 3 1-YOLUME I. GIoice oefrij; From the Templar't Ojferiuj. My Home. feinjye of childhood, lament that 'tis gone, Palul ye itb rsptnre your fondly lored liomc, Roam y in fiocy o'er woodland ahd plain, -. S5I for tha honmthat return not nia! But I m content; I La re no wih to roam, For 'ti liuuie wliure the heart w, wJicr the heart u, 'tU home. Lnvd frienvU are arotml, th iir glad rokec I bear. They rejoice at my joy, at my woes drop a ter; - Their ermettc Rikt Ton UtAdmcrt look flad. And the rK-kT,and the wave, with strange beauty are dad. O! never from hearts weh a these will I roam. For 'rj horas where my friwivU are, where my friends are 'tU home. When doubUor temptations allure me to stray, From the path that U lead to a yl...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 25 August 1855

-( P TTuV7U Wi ) TjCnH U 0) j.1 uilv llf : O. W. BKCVTW, Editor. Lawrence,' Satarday, Aof. 23, 1855. . t Redaced to Serfdom. - . "We have lyiog before us a pamphlet of two leaves of -which the following is the title page : - " An act to- punish offences against slave property. Passed by-the Legislative Assembly of the Tenitory of Kansas, Aug. 14, 1855. . Published by . authority. Shawnee iM. L. S. John-T. Bradj; Public Printer, 1 855." Turning ; over the leaf we read as follows : AX ACT to punish offence against Slave Property. Sectios 1. Be ll enacted by the Gov i trnor and Zeffilatiee AssemUg tf the Territory of Kansas, That every person, bond or free, who shall be convicted of actually raising a rebellion or insurrec tion." of flaves, free negroes or mulattoes, in thi Territory, shall suffer death. Sec. 2. Every free jporson who shall aid or assist in any rebellion or insurrec tion of slaves, free negroes or mulattoes, or shall furnish arms, or do any overt ' act in furtherance o...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 25 August 1855

JZ JfeilD of reeOoh). Lawrence, Sitaroay, Aar. 2.3, 1835. To Oar Friend?. Tlu regular invert thi paptr ire 2.000 e V tceelfu. and it inioM he tiuileriaUy increased. if those who appnte'f its principles art1 desire it i;.wr, wotdd tait tint trouble to prevent its claim Ui'f ie'f?Jf- There ae few if cur preterit tub terifri wAa ermiA ose xiw etsponsi- nE4E ir .1 hit UttU efmi; and w reaeSf il ly ail our friends that they tall the utUoli-.fi tUir etctvaintajiee to the claims ef t& IIebald or Fkeedojc vpsi public patti.tn'ije. Ilo many tf our present subscribers Tr7 hand in ore nete name? A" an inJueement to cxertirn, eah peifn who in future tend us ru He entn enters, aceom pam'ed rcith shall le entitled to a setenth tpj gratit '. Commissioner of Deeds. By reference to our aJvertisiri col umn, it will bo observed that the editor of this paper is commissioned by the Governors of Massachusetts, Vermont, New York, Pennsylva lia, Olii), Illinois, and Iowa, and properly qualified as Comm...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 25 August 1855

lje fjcmttr of Jfrcctrom : &h Snoqjmtfcht jfmmlrj Nctospapav to umaiutg.anlr tlie Snkxxsts of liansa fjoelrij foMije Jiiiies.' Bois of the Free. H ; T . 8.HITTnt Fri-ie of New F-nfrlan-I! Soul of onr fathers! Shrink w H eravcn-lik?, W lien tle crm gailier? What though the tcmprst be Qvtrn lowering, Wbere-'i the New Englsn ler Shamefully cowering'f (JraTea green and hoi Arcnnd tin ere lying Free were the sleeper all, Living aad dying! Evil with the southerner's Padlocks and fc.-ourj.-ea! Go Jet Lira fctu-r dowa Oxau's free sur gts! 60 let Liin silence Winds, cuudst and water?; i'evcr New England's own. Free sons and daughter! Free a onr ri vera ar Ocean ward going, Ttm ad tlie breeza are OvcTU blowing. lrp to oor altars, then. Hast 9 we, and summon Courage sad Iovelin:ss, Manhood aud woman! Ih p let ou pledges be; Freedom for ever! Tiuco will oppression, Never, oh! never! . Br cur own birthright-gift, "Gruntod of Ileaveu Freedom for heart and lip, B the pledge givea! If we have w...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 1 September 1855

1-tth ; . J LALu 2-3 -U ll ill, iia M; y IL ; r TERMS : Two Dollars per Annum la Advance. " . "be jist: let allthY , V.'.-! . i ' A 'Family Newspaper: Isdejieudtut en All Saf-jtfts. BY G. W. BROWN: & CO. ; LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY. SBi-TEMBEIt l, 1855, . ' - ' NUMBER 35 VOLUME I. il Select foefrij. Song tbe Euiijrant. ' BY HE?. UK51ANS. Tlier? wn h-ard ft son? on tlii chiming sea, . A mingled breathing tf grief unl pleo; Han's Voice, unbroken ny was tJwre, Filiinz Wrtb triumph the sunnr air, .Of Ireoh gr-en land and pastures mw. It saiif , bile the bark through the surges flew, iiut tvt r an lanon A umrmnr of fare well ' TolJ, by it plaintive touf That from Woman" Hi it fell. "Airiy, owaj, o'er t!e foaming main!" .TbU thtr free and the joyous strain, "Tbr n clearer skies than oh ufar, W wjiL-jhai-c onr coarse by a brighter alar; Thure are j-litin wboM or.) ure no foot ha prcas'd And whoat wealth ia all lor the finst brave guest." But. !! that we hou!d go," au Uw fare...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 1 September 1855

l)c ttato ofJfwel interests of umtsas grcionaf prohibition is the very ground on .which lhe veto message puts the ques tion, and it is" certainly a matter of ui prise iLaT the op iaion does not even pro les to meet it. r .. By the organic act and supplements; Conress .:ys to the: Legislature in sub- ti:i'.rd an-I eH'-zii, the permanent seat of government is a paco where the appro priations ehall be expended. A tempo rary seat is a place where they thai! not be extended, Theone shall precede the other and be superseded by it. You are permitted --'tov fix the -permanent seat forbid vou from doinc anything iucon-j sis tent with wbat we have done.' This is the view of. the ' rm2.stn upon which the veto message is mainly based, ! aiid I have examined the opinion of tLe EXIn U f Chh'f Justice ia vain for a t refutation of. this would be ini mprant,but -in the absence of refutation what boots it to tell us thai die Congress of 1 777 the - Congress of 1790, arid the Parliament of Euglaud, u...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 1 September 1855

Laureate, Sitanlay, Sept, lt18JJ. - . ' ' To Our Friends. ' ' ; The' regular mvc ff thi paper isnow S.OOO jp m weellg. aad it inujlU be nmUrutllf intreatd, ifthote vko portxtf tt principle anddeeue it tucce, vxmldialt the trmlU topreteat its -claim toKU 4iahhurt. Tktre art f tie if our present tuh-tcrV-ert uho could not teeure oxt new xesponsi w.e nam with but litfU effai; and we rtepettful Ih atk our friend thai thrg call the attention tf thr acquaintance to the claim tf th Ukbalu ve FKEsnon upon public pationcge. JJab many tf cur prutut subscriber will hand i utie nete naintT Jj an inducement to eitinT each persan vrh , thM i future tend ti tie eu uleribefe, uceom f mated with li,ihUl be entitled to a e tenth PJ Iffatit. A Challenge. If our editorial columns are Lamm of interest this Week Ihe following startling correspondence will of course explain the cau.se. We never expected to be called upon to fight a duel, but so it is. If we fall iu the fray, our readers may rely up on auo...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 1 September 1855

. , Oar Whole Country. Who would sever freedom's shrine! . Who would draw the in vitiiou linof Thtr.?h bv birtli otre spot be mine, Decru t:l the lest: Dear ti roe t!;o Synth's fair l?ai, Deaf the ceito-sl nKuataia btxid, jJer New Eu-rland'3 rocky strand, Dear tkepruiried West. By mr s'tars. pure sn l free; 3iV 0,,r law' tl-Cj) rooted tree; By the jjic" oiead memory; By cur 7utKingt'.; By our cftramon psrent tongue; By our hopes, bright, buoyant, young; JJj th tie of country strong; . " , We will still be one. " ' Fathers! Lave ye Lied in rain? Aiie-r'. tiiiul ye'droop ajion:" M-kLnIuul we rohly sf.aU Ulessiujjs sent by thee JVV receive on r uJemn vow. "While bt-fore thy shrine we bow, Ever to maintain aa-now, I'xios Libeutt! Missionary to Kansas. We give below, at the request of! friend, the Charge to Rev. E. Ncte now f this city, by the American Unitarian Association, in Chicopee, Massachusetts, on the eve of his leaving Is'ew England for Kansas in April last. It is a pleas ant du...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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