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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 2 August 1851

In advance of the Telegraph---Daniel Webter Penitent. Our corrosnondont who furnishes the follow ing report of Mr. Webster's speech, has failed tj inform us of tho timo and placo of Its future delivery. If on this account any of our renders should question its authenticity, they will find their argument counterbalanced by tho fact that ho ought to mako such a speech. SPEECH OF DANIEL WEBSTER IN 1852. Fellow Citizens i The feelings under which I appear beforo you to day, aro widely different from those under which I hare heretofore ad dressed you. I proposo a brief review of my publio history. Ia the far put, it was my hope to speak of tho importance of a strict adho rence to tho policy of tho then Whig party, bo lioving that my success as a statesman depend ed upon its triumph. Moro recently, sinco party lines have been erased, my rallying cry hns been tho Union anything and everything to save tho Union, for I then saw that if ever I was promoted to tho presidency it would bo in con...

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. — 2 August 1851

Miscellaneous. From Arthur's Home Gazette. Think Twice. ' Did Horner pay llie bill ? cminired Mr, " fcicin, n un nn(i jusi coins 111 Tlie young mon shook bis bead. Didu't pay it?' No, sir.' WUiii answer did ho aive ?' He win angry, and said that he wished you wouluii t sond alter the lull any more that, wlicn ho was irmly, he would bring you ins money, ana not oeinre.' He said thnl, did h?' .Mr. Oilbcrt spoko with considerable excitement of manner. Yes, sir. 1 hove never called on him that lie didn t get out of patience, and any some (liing unpleasant.' Very well,' replied Mr. Gilbert, in a men acins tone 1 five mo the bill. I'll collect it. And, tukinu tin bis lint, he kit the store, Willi in two or three block was the office of an Alderman j and thither his steps were turned. " JiinnK lortnnc: there s a short way to deal with men in these cases.' Thus Mr. Gilbert talked to himself, as he moved along. Not send my bill indeed ! Why doesn't he foino and pay it, if he is so nice in 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. — 9 August 1851

IItT . If. MAKIXS It. HOIHSO., Editor. 'SO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." JAMCS IIllttfAUV, Publishing Agent. YOL 6-NO. 48. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, AUGUST 9, 1851. WHOLE NO. 308. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, tubliihcd itcry Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O, Tmics. 1,50 per annum if paid in advance, $1,74 per iinnum if pnid -within tho tint nix month of tho subscriber year. $2,00 per annum, if payment lie delayed Tjoyonil six months. FW occasionally send numbers to those who nro not subscribers, tut who arc believed to bo interested in tho dissemination of nnti-sla. Very truth, with tho hope tlint they will cither ubscribo themselves, or use their influence to extend its circulation amnnr their friends. r7Comniunicnliotik intended for insertion, to be addressed to M um j 1;. Kiiiinon", Editor. All others to James D.uinaiiy, Publishing A-jont. THE BUGLE. Notes of a Journey. MARLBORO, July 20th, 1851. Diau Mauius: Whilst on my way to Iowa last fall, and on my return this spring, I hnd nn opp...

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. — 9 August 1851

Christian Convention. From the Oberlin Evangelist. From the Oberlin Evangelist. NOTES OF SPEECHES—BRITISH ANTI-SLAVERY. rrofomor Finney i, It important thut we should uudcrstnnd how wo uppcnr to iior iimiuiin wiin rcicrcnce to our .American slavery. on who have rend llm reports of the Into religious Anniversaries in Loudon IMllut Imvo noticed how frrently Ci' i."li:iriH there oro grieved and (iir;rim'l to find so Mlicli pro-slavery feeling among nnr minis ters and churches. I ooinJly nro tliry ns toimdcd In liror llint ninny, after having mndo tlio liiirest Atili-Hlavery professions on their shores, in public mlilrcssc nud other wise, Imvo npnstiiti.cd to downright pro-slavery positions, after their return homo. Not a lew men of liiglistanding in tho American i-hurchos, hnvo tnken noble Anti-shivery prouni' in Itritiun, but returning homo, Imvn descended into apologies for slavery whirl) astonish nod gricvo our Jtritinli friends. These men, if they were to ruv init I '.upland, could...

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. — 9 August 1851

l)C 2lnti-0laucrij 13uglc. WlM UOD OOMMANnS TO TAX THE THIMP8T AMD SLOW A DOLOROUS On A JAnRIKO BLAST, IT MM HOT I MAN'S WILL WHAT H SHALL SAT OB WHAT HI SHALL COHOEAl. Mtllon. 8ALKM, OHIO, AVGVSTO, 18S1. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE meets September 1st. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE meets September 1st. Annual Meeting---Arrangements. Our Friends in Fnirmount and Mt. Union, aro in fine spirits and will do whatever is practlca ble to accommodnto tho Meeting. Tho Meeting will be held in tho tent as thcro is no house in the neighborhood that will accommodnto the assembly. The suggestion in our lost in regard to tho refreshment tabic, the Committee deem impor tant Mr. T. E. Vickers, a gentleman well qualified for tho scrvico will superintend tho arrangement, and toko charge of tho contribu tions for this object on tho ground. Rail Road Arrangements. All persons travelling to tho Convention from places north, of Ravenna, by rail road should come down by tho 11 o'clock train on Saturday. Thoy will arrive at...

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. — 9 August 1851

Miscellaneous. Enfranchisement of Woman. From tho Westminster Review. The Westminster Review for July contnins an able discussion of tlio ipicslion of NVo mens Rights. It is of itnrtanee Tor its in trinsio excellence ns well fir the fiict that it indicates tlmt the benevolence nnd intellect of Great Britain is awnko to the importance of the question nnd appreciates tlio justice of its demand. Tho writer after refcring to the Ohio Conrctilinn whoso detailed pro cccditigs ho had never seen, proceeds to peak more particularly of the Worcester Convention. After quoting its Resolutions it proceeds to say of them : It would lo difficult to put so much true, just, and reasonable meaning into a style so little calculated to recommend it as Unit of some of tho resolutions. Hut whatever ob jection may bo niado to snino of the expres sions, none, in our opinion, can lie niado to the demands themselves. As a question of justice, the case seems to us too clear for dis pute. As ono ol expediency,...

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. — 16 August 1851

' 'if' 1.1 j ITI tltll S It. ItOIMftSOrY, IMltOr. "SO US10S WITH SLAVEHOLDERS.'' j .trans utit.vutv, Vuhusntng Aacu, WHOLE NO. 309; SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OIlJo, AUGUST 1G; 1851. VOL 6-NO. 49. 1 ( 7 H . A 1 Li n fi y --ix iwi in i ,i j j T II E A X T I S t A V E K 7 BUGLE, rublUhnd every fiitunhitj, at Halem, Vol. Co., O. Tkiim.i. $l,!0 per annum if paid in mlvnnco. 1,7.5 per annum if ;iid wilhin thg first nix month of the subscriber's year. $2,00 per mraiiin, if payment he (lc'.nvcd ocyond six month". I7"ffc occnsinnnlly send number to (hone who nro not subscribers, but. who arc believed to bo interested in the tliicminntionof tniti-sln-very truth, n ith tho hope thnt they Mill cither subscribe hctnsclvcs, or uso their inllnrnco to extend it circulation among their friends. tVConmiuiiicntions intended for insertion, to ho addressed to Mtmim If lFnnwaiv l.i:t AH others to James Dahnaiiy, Publishing Agent: THE BUGLE. TO L. A. Hine. BERLIN, July 28, 1851. Mr Dkar Sin: 1 am hardly nhlo...

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. — 16 August 1851

lie trepariifu n so nuturnl loonc in nn untried Itonition ; but as lio proceeded, he found limsclf listened to with attention nn.l rc-I licet, bo grudtitilly rose, nbovo IliO first slight embarrassment, uud wan anon uhsoi bed in the grandeur of bis mighty theme. !o poku for mi hour nnd a hall ; nnd when tho question was tnken, tho result wmn largo innjnrity for tho sido to which he bnd given Lin advocacy. It was Hot long nflcr Ibis, licit, having lis- tened to nti address lv n notorious infidel tiomcd Tnvlor, bis spirit wnnwi stirred with iu him, tbnt be; nsked nnd obtained Ici.vo lo reply to it on I he spot, speaking with such pirit nnd r-floct uh to lenvo on the iiuiliiiicn i widely different impression lioni thi.t v. Inch his antagonist bnd intended. ' Mr. Tbompaon now bicnuio connected swith a debating society, embracing n mem' liership of many hundreds, conducted in fmrlinmrnt.iry form, nnd nttmclinii b itsubhi discussions of political, social, und uiond questions, much notieo ...

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. — 16 August 1851

Letter from Mrs. Gage. MOUNT AIRY, August 5,1851. Fbiend Robinson t I was much amused,, few day since, by the relation of nr. anecdote, Intended to cost opprobrium upon the Anti 81vtTy men of Ohio. The story rnn thus : A slave owner In Virginia wished to liberate some 6fty slaves. But ho would not do it In Virginia becauso the laws of the state forbado II . Tho people of Ohio would not allow them to eomo over the Ohio River and nettle them , scire among us and do tho beit they could, Tim' open and free to alt foreigners, however Ignorant, poor or degraded it is no land of re ' ugo to tho freed slave. In this dilemma a brother suggested, that ho sihould get them on board of a bnnt, hand-cuff ed and ready for market, and give out word that ho was going to sell them to southern planters t-take them down the river, land at Cincinnati nd tho Abolitionists would rise en mime steal them all, pnss them over Ohio into Canada, and relieve him of all his trouble. No doubt that such would bo th...

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. — 16 August 1851

Miscellaneous. Enfranchisement of Woman. From the Westminster Review. INDIVIDUAL SPHERES. We deny tho right of nny portion of thn ocio to decide- lor another portion, or uny individual for linollicr iritli viilintl, whnt in iintl whnt is not tlicir "proper sphere." Tim Jiroper sphoro liir all huntnn being in tlio argent and hihent which they nru nlilu to utlniu to. What this in cannot In) ascertain ed without complete liberty of choice. Tho M-akcr ot the Convention in America luivo therefore done widely mid right in refusing 1o entertain tho question of the peculiar npti Indus either of w omen or of men, or tho lim its within which either this or tlmt occupa tion tuny be supposed to bo mnro adapted to the one or to the other. They justly innin tnin, that these questions enn only Imj e.itin fnctorily answered by perfect freedom. Let i-vcry ocenpntion be opon to nil, w ithout tii vor or discouragement to any, und employ ments will fall into the bond's of thoso men or women who are fou...

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. — 30 August 1851

Bun T MAKIITS II. HO It I SOX, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." JAMES B A UNA BY, Publishing Agent. ' VOL 6 NO. 50. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, AUGUST 30, 1851. WHOLE NO. 310. TO ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, Futluhed merit Saturday, mt Salem, Col. Co., O. .Tsavs. $1,56 per annum if paid In advance. ' 4:1,75 per annum if paid within tho first hi months of the subscriber's year. $1,00 per annum, if payment bo delayed fccyond six months. I"PWo occasionally send numbers to thne who are not subscriber, hut who arc believed to be interested in the dissemination of antl-sla-very truth, with tho hope that they will either iibscriti themselves, or Uio their Influence to extend Ita circulation among heir friends. I'sfComraunicatlons intended for insertion, to be addressed to Marii-s H. Komnsox, Editor. All others to James Uahnast, Publishing A (rent. THE BUGLE. The South Understands it. : W commend the following from the tuthern Pi est, to those cowardly and mis erable apologists' for slavery nt...

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. — 30 August 1851

(" Ik-re is a new philanthropic and tmp.ntnlit enterprise, tu which we five our warmest commendation. The amplest success to H'.lAbtralor, New England School of Design for Women. Tho increasing importance of nil tho mo rhnnic and manufacturing nrts In New Lug land lead (it to fbok ctirctully tit every inovo incut which promises to extend mid improve ilicir cultivation. At the (nine time, the large number of women dependent on their nn earnings, mm wnu miucmry paining o subsistence iu the few and crowded wulka ol industry now accessible to them, urges us to throw open new avenues ol employment well suited to their pliymcul constitution, their mental tnstcs and talents, aud the pres nt conditions or society. It has seemed to ns, that both these objects may he promoted by the establishment of hcnooL or Desiosj, similar to those long go loumleri in trance, lor tlie Inst ten venrs encouraged by the Government ol Great Britain, and within a year put into suc cessful! operation by private ...

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. — 30 August 1851

Recording Secretary, Sarah N. McMillen. Treasurer, Joel McMillen. Salem. Emcutiv Commillet, James Barnaby, Rachel Tresoott, Robert Hillis, John Oorden, K. O. Thomas, D. II. Tlise, Lewii Morgan, Benjamin Down, Msry L. Gilbert, Isaao Treacott, Sarah Bowtt. On morion the Chair appointed James Bar naby, Samuel Brook and K. O. Thomas, a Committee on Finance. On motion, Resolved, that the business of Finance be taken lip Immediately after the or ganization of the Contention, In the afternoon. . C. Burleigh then addressed the Convcn tlofa tommending the suggestions of the An. fcual Report, in regard to the extension of Anti Slavery labor, to the hearty eupport of ovory lorer of liberty. Adjourned till One o'clock, P. M. AFTERNOON SESSION. Vaiux Stiadma, the President, on taking the Chair delivered an appropriate address. The buaineM of Finance waa called up, and the Treasurer, Iaaao Treacott presented the TREASURER'S REPORT. Western Anti-Slavery Society, in account with I. Treacott, Treasu...

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. — 30 August 1851

Miscellaneous. Two Pictures in One. BY MRS. HARIET BECHER STOW. The setting in of chill DrromWr .liidd ril up Itio Military front window of a small tenement on street, which we now jinve occasion to visit. A we iitndi gently aside t lip njien door, we gain sight of a mmill jooin, clean ns busy liniula cnn mnke It, where n liont, rhcerlul looking mulatto no won is busy nt an ironing tublet a basket lull of glowy hpsomcd shirts, mill faultless follnrs ami wrisbnnds is Inside her, into Allied slio 18 placing the last few itrjiiM mill rviilnnt prulo and satislnrlimi. A bright, Mack-eyed lioy, just coined in from school vith i8 satchel of hook over tliti slmuldcr, Mauds, cnp in hand, relating to In mother Jiow lio lina been nt tho bend ol Ii in class, Jim) showing his school tickets, wliirh his jnollicr, wild untiring nimiirntinn, IchiIb in Ilia little real chiim ten-pot wliirh nil hoinr Ihi'ir nwsl reliable mlwlo ol gentility, mniln tie ilejwwit of nil the money anil moat f irrm vnlimli...

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 September 1851

.0 . NO CIUOJ WITH SLHEnOLDERS. J ANUS IllinAIIV, Publishing Agent ITIAKILS It. IIOHINSON, Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, SEPTEMBER 6, 1851. WHOLE NO. 311. VOL. 6-N0.51. TOP THE A HT. SLAVERY BUGLE, rvUitktd remi SnWitoy, at Salem, Col. Co., O. 'Tansls. ijil.oO per annum if paid in Advance. $1,74 per annum if paid within tho first ix month of the subscriber' yenr. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond nil months. IT'Wo occasionally send number to those "who nro not ul9cribcm, but who are believed to bo Interested in the dissemination of nnti-sla-Vcry truth, with tho hopo that they will cither -subscribe themselves, or use their influenco to extend ita circulation among their friends. ryCommunicRtiona intended for Insertion, to bo addressed to Marks H. Robinson, Editor. All other to Jamr IUhnaby, Publishing Agent. THE BUGLE. The Spirit of 76. The following is from a revolutionary sol dier. Though his hand trembles with the jialsy of ngo his heart burns with the indig na...

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 September 1851

The Fugitive Slave Law Ripening. About (bur years ago man, sximewlinl larkcr than Ihe average of white men, but much less ilnik than many wliito men, enme info this State and took up hm residence at rougldtcepsie, in DiiicIicm County. Ho w thru hlxitit twenty yenra nf oge, intel lijrent, industrious, and distinguished (br his fine, mmly appearance. He soon hernme established aa n tailor, and proserined his trade Willi success in that rity. Almnl three months ago lie married the winter uf hi pint tier in business, and everything in the futtirn wore alitiiulHiit promise of luipniiiiicss and uml uscliilnrss. 'I'lio tiiuiie ol tins tnuu Wu John Holding. ' Yesterday morning n wnrrnnt was issued liy 1'. S. Commmiuinr Uriehnm fur thourrrst ol Holding, on the claim of Mr. Hornet And erson as a fugitive slave Iron) Columbia Hoiitli Carolina. 1 lie wnrrnnt was pmmpllv exrru I'd liy Die 17. S. Marshal; thu acegrff fugitive wna liitiud at his win k in nshnp next door to the I'.astrrn Hotel. Wit...

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 September 1851

Houston and the Democracy. . At the last Dcmocratio Presidential Convcn tion it Baltimore corresponding Committee wn appointed to ' tike charge of aTain and prepare for the next campaign. In the dis charge of their duty tho committee have writ ten to ell whom thoy could hope to influence from Texas to Maine. We give two of the letters. The first from Senator Chase. The extent and character of the effort Mr. Chafe propoica to undertake for the removal of slavery, are bore defined. How much i to bo hoped from them, we leave our roadrra to judge. Mr. Chase's recent effort, have boon to eombino the Free Soil, with tho Dcmocratio party. The True Demoorat says he ia not dis satisfied with the action of the tato StaU Democratic Convention and will vote it ticket Alia fall. Ilia letter Informa ua that if (Jen. Houston should be nominated ' he moi'LD is to eupport him.' Certainly it niu.t be something cUe than abotUioniim that prompts the wish. . The letter of the Texan Planter ie quite a eu...

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 September 1851

Miscellaneous. From the Times of is June. Census of Great Britain and the U. States. Thero are events which set the dullest nnrt most incurious minds P-cnliiiit iiintt tin) Inline ol the world, ami the varying ilc.ni Dies f nations. The Conclusion nf a lung vnr, on important Ircuty, or tlio settlement of 11 political Content nt homo, canuot fail to au;;gr:.f t'in inquiry how the new order of llimgs will npornte on (lie comparative pro- prvm or mutes. A census is not an event 01 tliik Ulikilig an J iiixculial character; indeed, it if hardly bii event ot nil, lor it in only the penoilicnl notation ol a continual develop ucnl. - It furnishes, however, an certain grounds for political prophecy as anything (ie clmpter of accidents cun supply. I opu lotion i tlio cliicf clement of niitionni pow- nnd though the states of Knrnpe hnvo ii'rfrnllv uttnincd a position which they are i- likely either to forfeit nr much to improve im- tunny years to come, yet a new nnd much inOte open field is ad...

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 September 1851

-A, A- ' ' ' f : r w .As: I H?iiir ifiir.. n r ' r .... ft Aim - i.. Uussivm;, i..:,to. "SO UNION WITH KLltEHOLDERI." .v , JAMES DAUSABV, PnlblUlilnff Agent. VOL. 6-NO. 62. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, SEPTEMBER 13, 1851. mm no. 312. I I I:! M LI 11 , . f i i ill ?t j , i 's i a n l THE ASTI-SLA I E ft Y BL'IJLE, Vuliliihed -et'-y ;ixunny, ui yti'St, Cat. Co., O. T'vmiih, . 1,'ifl "t tn urn if pud in -.ilv-anee. $1.7,5 per annum if paid within the lirst six ,m.iitin of tho snbserturr yar. 1 !,0l prr annum, if pnjtnctit he delayed .boy.ni.l six mniithfl. i v io e-eraMin.aiiy .'.mil numhurs to thoso hi ato not suh?tr. ilirr-j, lut whu are beticvod to lie ii;tircste 1 in tho Ujhki lmmiliori of Hiiti-aln-vcry truth, wilt, (lis h'iR that they will either .(utikrritie themselves, or Uno tlinir influence to cxtcmlift cifulfition niiK.ua their friend. 6 "i." ViimmaiUK.it lt. intcnitcd for insertion. t.i bo s.iilressoil to Manic K. ltoniNsr, Kiiitor. All Owlicis to Jami.k JIarnaby. l'lililis...

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 September 1851

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 6. Fugitive Slave Cases. DANIEL DAVIS. In Our lxt we notlucd that Daniel Davis, wss released fey Judge Coneklin, The writ waaJa eued at Auburn but tried at Buffalo. Th fol lowing extract from tho rcjnrk of tha Judge on (ranting tlie writ, Will exhibit tha principles that influenced lilt decision :. Now It is Insir'cJ, t)int this provision la clearly prospective, and therefore inapplica ble to the ciuo; of an escne from luOor or service occurring he (bra tha passage of the ct ; and inch, 1 am coiietrauied to say, ap pears to. tp 10 be the plain sense of Ilia en ectmettf. It wa agreed by the counsel lor clairiwiBt Ibat thia being remediaiact, il ia to be so conatrued aa to auppres Uie tni- :nief, and advauce the remedy ; and thut if il vail ne rensoiiauiy iwerrea uom iib whuiq tenor, thut the provision in question, was de signed to act retroaecliyely, it ia to be so in terpreted.. Miit wheu the language of a stat ute is uiiambiguoiie, and. lend tu no ahstu...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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