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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 13 September 1851

"NO. 62." THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Yearly Meeting of Friends. It may not be uninteresting to tht friends of frsedcrsa, to bt inform! of the proceedings of the lata Yearly Meeting of Hicksile Friends) specially as Anti-Slavery has more or 1cm dis turbed their deliberations for seroral years past. A portion of ha members have taken an active f)rt In the abolition roOTement and other re forms, while another portion (and in the Yearly Heating, much the largest part,) have as stu ' dioualy avoided any participation in their move ments. Thus has been produced two parties, which have been gradually separating from eaoh other la -feeling, for several years past. Last year a formal separation took place in New Garden Quarterly Meeting, and the present year like aeperation baa been going oii in Sa les Quarter, and finally consummated at the Yearly Meeting above named. The party which batlteon engaged in the abolition mo vemont be ing disfranchised and branded as disorderly Members. But I will ...

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 September 1851

TIIE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. .6. THE BUGLE. Congregational Friends. Proceedings of the Yearly Meeting of Congregational Friends hold at Waterloo, N. W. Friends hold at Waterloo, N. W. on the 1st, 2d, and 3d of 6 month, 1851. This tcciation of Friends ia truly re formatory one. Radical, liberal & uncompro mising in U principle, mi 4 thorough and fearless in it motive. In view, of church "organisation ' tiiay be learned from the fol lowing extract from It Baals or associa tion. ..' The association w in correspondence with several other similar, ooe in different perta of the country. . Though what ere their number or prospect of increase we hate no mean of knowiug, evidently their principle ore too truthful and, their meo- ure too unpopulnr for any rapid increase. 'No laws nor institution of men, should restrict tin individual exercise of con cieuce, of responsibility. The only rcstric lion that can be Christian or lawful in this momentous mnttcr, in the term ol assoc. ia. tion. I...

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 September 1851

MABIUS R. ROBINSON, Editor. 'NO US10N WITH IU L'HQLDERS." VOL.7-N0. 1. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, SEPTEMllElt 20, 1851. WH0E NO. 313; THB -lITMlirill IIULE, FublMei every Saturday, at Salem, Cot. Co., O. Trws. f, 1,40 per annum If paid In advance. 91,71 per annum if paid within the tint aix months of the subscriber's year. 1,00 per annum, if payment be delayed ibcrond nix months, . E7W occasionally tend number to those -who are not lulMcrihein, but who are believed to be interested in the dissemination of anti-ala. -very truth, with tha hope thnt they will either subscribe themselves, or c their influence to extend its circulation among their friends. MrCommunicationa intended for insertion, to be addressed to Mauiis H. Koriksov, Editor. -auiouicnto JamUarabt, ruhhshing Agent, THE BUGLE. A friend hat furnished us with the following ketch of remark of Mr. Burleigh, made di rectly after the reading of tha Annual Iteport at our late anniversary at Mount Union, They are Important aa e...

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 September 1851

THE ANTI-SI AVERY BUGLE. VOL. 7. The Manifest Destiny. From the A. S. Standard. We tuki, a few week ago, tlmt we would aliow, at some convenient season, why we a - f - r- i...; . i. i. Vier in favor of a Dissolution of the U uioii. .lucre la ik wih 111 the whole circle 01 route and lad from which v might hot ft out to txpiisin and illustrate our position, One excellent reasou lor our Djsuiiinnism i thut we think It disrojititntile to lie rgtiipo hum (nirtit of a itovernmetit which liaa ut ' lerly V parted from tint Idea which created it, and jirrvui ted itself into a grand Piops fumdn of Slavery. Va hold thai tho Union ivm framed lor ua audi purposes, and con templated no aurh results. Tin- Coiistit union wna framed by nnd lor tlie People in habiting llie old Thirteen State, nucl not I'or L.ou)iuiui trench, Mexican and Cuban. Ita imrpoae waa to aure the riKlit and lib-V. artilaol U,oae entering ii.lotl.e ,..,, and tiot of ii imlcnuito number of mined nice, acatlJ over the vaat Auier...

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 September 1851

NO: 1. THE ANTI-SLIYERY : BUGLE; New Publications. International Magazine. Tho September No. of this icork we hve received. It contain! ft great amount of rending matter, and mine of the article or of no common interest: ita il lustration of scenes In th Old Dominion art amusing, and we can look pleasurably upon thorn, with the thought, thnt the lifo and re source of youth arc ablo to muko the elave aomethnc forget hit tad auto. But even in their ajiorti, a w ell as their lnhora, the matter it aver present; in tho Illustration of tho 'DrilKng of tho Negro Boy," whero young master with iword and plum and fine apparel, direct the movement of hi literally ton cu lotes, battalion. This i a truthful delineation, and look much liko thoae dangcrou pictorials that used to bo linchcd in enrly abolition timed They present tho best postible aide of alavery, Tho same, i illustrated in the way of direct apology, in the article entitled "Private Life of John C. Calhoun." Mr. Calhoun Is represent ...

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 September 1851

THE ANTI-SLAVERY bugle. VOL. 7.: THE BUGLE. Rights of Women. ... , , u r i . We had the pleasure, week before Inst, of fitililisliinaj an Interesting letter from Aire, II. M. Tract of ColttmlitiK, now in F.ughiud. From her ntso wo learn, thnt the women of . r. , , .,, e , e - I nine and I.ngland, scns.blo of the false IKiaitlon they occupy in Society of its depres- sing influences upon nil, aro arousing them- at -Ii'cj to fiction, ore shukjig olTlhe incubus , . , ... ... 1 . . . ,. P ofogvs, nml with 0 truthful appreciation of thi-irowh powers, ore averting their right to employ them in whulever circumstances can bo mndo conducive to liumon well- being. How they propose to do this work, ...7 , , , . , , will boleurncd from the following lutlo trnct which Airs. T. has forwarded. . Innr Kii'gM, a Quakeress, who hus tuken tlie lend in this mutter in Lnglntid. TO ATHANASIUS COQUEREL. PARIS, 7th Month, 1848. Alns my brother, and is it true thnt tl eloquent tongue tins in thnt Nntioiinl A...

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 September 1851

" ' W..-'1-.. - - - - - f - MAIUUS It. HOBISSON, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." j.v.m:9 niinmr, riibiisiiinff Agent. VOL. 7-NO. 2. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, SEPTEMBER 27, 1851. AVJIOE N0.314.! " THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, Tullittud ttery Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O. J THMa. 1,60 per annum if paid in advance. - $1,74 por nnnum if paid within tho first six tnontha of the aubacribcr'a year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond aix tnontha, ' fc.sfWa occasionally sond number to thorn "who are not subscribers, but wlio aro believed to bo interested in tho diatrminntion of anti-slavery truth, with the hopo that they will cither subicribo themselves, or uv their inlliienco to xtnndita circulation among their friends. 1 r I yCommunicationii intended for insertion, to be addressed to M a Hies 11. KnniMso, Editor. All others to Jambs Bahnarv, ruhlislnng Agent. THE BUGLE. Speech of Mr. Pillsbury. flo't tar We nro lute in presenting this sketch of Mr. rillsbury's remarks; bu...

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 September 1851

Iiabeaa corpus it afforded 19 him no protec tion, no opportunity if proving (lia right lo to free, nnd it plumed eveiy free colored per son at the rrterey f every unprincipled per son wip pilglit wish to Iny claim to him. (Mcnr,) That Inw ia opposed to the princi ple of Christianity foreign alike to the In w ofUoi ntiil man; it hod converted the whole reputation of tho'lice State intp a band of nic-cniciicr nun every rooii 01 iciruory is tut ao much hunting-pround, over whih they might vjtnse I no fugitive. But While they were apetking of aluvery in the L'nileii States-, Uqy tyiust ni t omit U iminioii thut there tes. a strong reeling ill that land, nut cJ'li' g"-i"l 'he Fugitive Have Law, hut also onanist the existence cl' slavery in any tiirtn. 'i'here wns a bund of lenrliwa men and women in the citv of Boston, whose hi' bor for the slave had resulted in good beyond CJik-uliition. Thi liuhle nod heroic chum bad enured lite wholo country to be in sgitn tion, until their principles ...

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 September 1851

Indiana Woman's Rights Convention. A Woman's Rights Convention for the Blare ef Indiana, will beheld at Dublin, Wayne County, Indinna, on the 14ili and l5t of October next. YVc are happy to make tliii announcement. Indtana told to hn persecution and banish tnent eftier colored citizen, needa eecially the aid f Women, free, Intelligent and con cieosWrt women, for her emancipation. Man will never enfranchise woman. Blie must rovehitionize for herself. Man nor woman's salvation is evs r obtained except by ail or her own faith and works. Salem. Salens lias a reputation for business, en terprise, and intelligence, and a great many other good things. It has also a moat unen viable wotoriety, or if it has not, it oughl to nave, for the slovenly appearance of its streets and side wnlks. Indeed there it no pretence for sidewalks in some of the most frequented iaru of the town. The thrift the schools the society and reformatory character of Balem, have drawn and are drawing 'around it some mo...

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 September 1851

THE BUGLE. Oliver Leaves for the Continent. A. .'.r J..' 5 Ve wubjish the following, from a troot, for , ', whicb. wt arc Indebted to Mm. Tracy, which W ? will eaquuiut our renders with the means hy ' Which tim friends of pence in England are ' s disseminating their prinrifilt over Europe. ," . , Ve would earnestly solicit the n'teminn , of every friend of Tenon id n ohm which we , ,a havo set in operation Cor bringing lhe-rin-ciplcsof our common cause regularly helire " tlie hulf-licnighted millions of the continent if, Knrope. This If, the monthly Insertion " in the loading journals of France, Uermnny, and other eomifrles, of Tract culled mi ttfir Jtaffor the People ; and occupying , uuo or two columns of nil ordinory newspaper.- This Olive Leaf contains several nrlU ii lex embracing short Christian mid moral arguments to prove the sinfulness, Inhuman Ity, waste, ami folly of war; statistira, care fully collated, showing the bearings of llio ' ' war-system upon the iteople of dill...

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. — 4 October 1851

MABIUS II. ItOBIXSON, EUitor. "HO EIUOJI WITH HIT E HOLDERS." JAJII.H RAIOiAIIY, InblisliinV At tat. - VOL. 7-NO. 3. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, OCTOBER 4, 1851. WIIOE NO. 315: 1 IB ANTI. SLATER! Bt'DLE, Publutui tverf Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O. Tsrms. $1,50 per tnnum if paid in advance. $1,74 per annum if paid within the first tix aaonths of tho subscriber's year. '2,00 pr annum, if payment be delayed fceyond tix month. IV We occasionally amid nuinhcra to those who aro not aubcrtber, but who arc believed to be interested in tho dissemination of anti-sla-rjr truth, with the hope that they will either subscribe themselves, or use their influence to extend ita circulation among their friends. ' -irlr.fion tnUimlml for IkmmU to bo addressed to Marics H. IIoiiinkon,- Kditor, All others to J auks Baumary, Publishing Agent. THE BUGLE. Meetings at New Market, Massillon and Akron. AKRON, Sept. 22, 1851. Mr- Editor: New Market is a villnge eight milca distant from Lcesburg, mid is rea...

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. — 4 October 1851

From the Commonwealth. Southern Unanimity. But tl 19 Slave Tower is too grnspiug ami jealous to bo contt nt eveu with nil these sc. curit.es for lis perpetuity at homo. In the States where it in enthroned, it lint built itself almost impregunhle fortresses in I he fundamental biwa. In the structure of llio Stale Constitutions, it line, appropiuted lo itself the political u.w.cr nbout nt securely as the Roman arislocrncy did in its liiinuua or ra14remc.it. of the Vtnluries. Tuka South Carolina, lor instance, which, is certaiuty na strong n case n nny, of the ob aanco of manifestations of sitih.vcry sen. lament. Sea how the Slave Power has there entrenched itself in the constitution. South Carolina, ly the census of It? 10, hnd 25i,0tf4 white inhubitauts. live district, viz; Weorgetown, IVnnfbrt, Colleton and Chitrlcston, Sumter, and Orangeburg, hail an aggre gate of 41',30tf, less than one-liflh mrl of the whole Dumber.. These districts, (the four firit named, particularly) constitut...

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. — 4 October 1851

National Mass Convention the Friends of Freedom. "This Convention at Cleveland, appears from the reports to have passed off gTcntly to the sat tifaction of 1U friends. We condense frnm tlie True Democrat, l'rcsidcnt, Dr. F. Julius La- moyn of Pennsylvania. Vico-rrcsidents.Wood. bury Davis, of Maine ; L. Tappan, of N. York i W. II. Prisbanc, of Ohio O. M. Julian, of In disna and 8. M. Booth, of Wisconsin. Secre taries, B. F. Hoffman, and II. F. Brayton, of O., nd M. Kclsey, of 111. After the Election of Officers, C. M. Clay ad dressed the Convention, till the hour of adjoun rnent. Mr. Clay said, The Constitution was a declaration of neutrility between the Slave Stntos nd the free. It demands thut the slnvrs be do Vivorcd up not that they be caught and return ed. The fugitivo law violates this neutrality. I would rather live under the despotism of the .Autocrat of Russia under ntiy despotism re .cognizod among men than the despotism of lavery. It is tho despotism, not of one man, but ...

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. — 4 October 1851

THE BUGLE. Negro-Mania. The Itciston Investigator, notice ipiite ap propriately a recent work hy J hu Campbell under this titlo. Mr. Cumphe I, alloi 1K1I us occasional scraps of his own ii'nitiiiiil his lory, during tlio Inst few mouths. Ho ui consplciuusly ,und r the infliuvco of this 'Mania' tit the Industrial Congress, ni A!l:n ny, and subsequently in nttcuipting to u( ireni frt'O speech in Philadelphia nnd Inst week wo observed, liu mi l with a sudden convention, and was tlio public advocate of the sarreilurs nnd inviolability of law, nml perfectly horrified at tho lawless violence of the colored people of Lancaster County. lint whutuver may ho thought of John Cninp bell,lsuiah lltiyndcrs, and other like worthies, they ore tho representatives of American feeling in regard to tho colored population. The inurderoiiN haired of tho colored peo ple which they exhibit is tho loot of slavery, which we huve tu vradirute. A dillicult work we must confess and one in which there aectuii to...

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. — 11 October 1851

it It: MA It I IS It. HOHI0., Editor. "SO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." JANUS UAItVlltY, Publishing AmU VOL. 7-NO. 4, SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, OCTOBER ll, 185L AVIIOE NO. 316. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, tublithtd trery Seitnretay, at Settcm, Col. Co., O. Trnvs. .fl,30 per nnnttm If pnid in ndvnnce, fl,7 per annum If pnid within tho finf six fcionths of tho subscriber's yov. f. 2,00 per annum, if payment bo delayed Dfwnnrl ai tnnutli. trV ocen-innally send mim'irrs to those aro not subscriber t, but who me believed ubsurilHi themselves, or uc their inlhirnrc to tztend iti circulation among their friends. r"Communicatinn intended far insertion. to bo addressed to Mahics H. Rnmos, Editor. Allathcu toJAMM U.uinauy, Publishing Agent. THE BUGLE. Mr. Thompson at Home. Mr .-Thompson sinro his return to F.ng land, hna been holding meetings nmniig bis constituents nt which there was tlesired n free interclmngo of views in regard to tpies tionsof nntionnl reform-anil Mr. Thompson's course in refe...

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. — 11 October 1851

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 7. which radiated from Imperii Rome,- nve liue for fui'Uinling llie march of invading armies, or returning laden chariot with the oil of desolated countries. Our own iri 'wthvvays, the remill of rclentific lnlior ami kill unequalled liy ancient times, ire devo ted In fnr different object. They unite in ftiendly relation tli inhabitant of widely eeprrsted regions mitiiiifrr to tlieir mntiml Wsnl-diffuse abroad the means of knowl edgeMaud acatlcr plenty through a smiling limd." Our festival may lie considered, in some nrt, aa tho ct leliratinu ol a conjugal union between Connda mid the ocean.. We run diHHMifte with the golden ring which was ti!i'cl in the coukhI of Venice with llm Water of the Adriatic; for thi I'liinn is ef fected by band of iron, which ul once at test lla perwtuity and strength. My lord, the connection which herenltcr ia to subsist between the people whom you govern, and the Atlantic State, hi perhaps, in no iniill degree, pledge and a g...

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. — 11 October 1851

NO, 4. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. OTIjc 2lnti-Slawra' Dttgle. Wbk! God commands to takr tin trumprt AND Blow A noLouoi-sou A IAURINO iiLAKT, it LIBS NOT IN MAM'S WILL WHAT HR SHALL SAT OB WHAT HI SHALL COKCXAL. Milton. SALEM, OHIO, OCTOBER 11, 1851. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE meets November 2. Mr. Lewis. On Saturday last, Bamvil Lewis, the Free Soil Candidate for Oovernor, addressed I large udience in tho Town Hall of Salem. Tho Hull was wotl filled, and Mr. Lewis, though labor ing under indisposition spoke between two ind throe hours, most ably and earnestly. Ho developed most distinctly the existing partnership between slaveholders end tho poli tical parties. Thcso parties justified the past ction of tho government in regard to slavery, Texas, Mexican War, New Mexico, Utah, Fu gitive Law, inter-State Slave Trade, and ill else. They were pledged to slavery for the fu ture. They were the government that had sim taitud and trouU nutain the system of slavery. Messrs. Vinton and Wood, wero the R...

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. — 11 October 1851

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 7; THE BUGLE. THE BUGLE. Freedom of the Press in France. Tut. following correspondence will to read Willi Interest by those who nrn nc rpttiinterl with tlio recent trail nml conviction or .11. Clinrlei Hugo for writing mi article in ronileiiinntiou of the punishment of death t JldJrtt Journalist nf Crtal Britain and Inland to .W. I Auric Hugo "Put We thick it will nut be Uccuiril n Ill-timed interference, if, a members ol the newspaper press of n friendly cr nntry, we express our indignntinn rtt I Im flagrant outrage, tlint, in your cruel imprisonment, unit been committed nn tlio rights, we, in common, possess. The lilernti nf Europe, Mini of your sister Cepnlilic across t lici Al- uittc, luive long looked wuh astonishment at tlio hnekled prrss of France ; ninl your CRM presents Iciiturcs winch seem especially to justify a remonstrance. We let I, sir, t hit t Iho discuss'mn upon questions of such vast import to liiiiiiiinity an Hint ol Capital run ishrnc...

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. — 18 October 1851

$1 1fill (ft u y MAKIUS K. ROBINSON, Editor. SO UNION WITH 5UTEI10LDEBS." EttlLY ItOBIXSOS, I'ubllsliiiifc Agent. VOL. 7--N0. 5. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, OCTOBER 18, 1851. WIIOE NO. 317. TIE IRTML1I EBI1JDBLE, VittuWd tuff Saturday, at Saltm, CtU C., O. Tiatti. $1,60 per nnmtra If paid In advance, $1,74 pMr annum If paid within tha first lis inonthi of the subscriber's year. f J,00 pet knnum, if paymont be delayed boTond six month. OTWo occasionally aend numbors to those nn arc not subscribers, but who are believed to be interested in the diaaemination of anti-slavery truth, with the hope that they will either uhscTibe themselves, or use their intlucnce to ztrnd its circulation among their frienda. LirCommunicationa Intended for Insertion, to be addreaaed to Mabius R. Kohinsom, Editor. All othora to Jamb Babnabt, Publishing Agent. THE BUGLE. Letter from C. Burleigh. Micca, Trumbull Co., ) 10th mo., 3d, 1851. Fii!dMaics: The meeting at Inrlltoro', on the 7th, has already licen no...

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. — 18 October 1851

Treason. Our correspondent "C." wialtes to know ''why the murderous action of the 'brave block' of Christiana ia uot treason ? It ia clear it ia muroVr." It ia neither in our view. Not treaosn by any ossibiIity of construction, let who will aay to. Some lawyer arguing a case he Tore Chief Justice Mabshal, cited authority to rove an admitted principle, when that great man mildly rebuked him Buying, "Counsel will lake it for granted that the Court know some thing." And, really, it eeema like an insult to lie arguing either iHiint started by "C." before the public. We muit take it lor irranted it kuowa something. But let ua re ply, aince reply ia chnlleused. First, Hlacksto.xk, 4iIi Commentaries, Cage 223, declares the luw, as to a man's ome, to be : "That in civil society the luw come into the assistance of the weaker parly, ami be aitlea that, they leave him this natural right of killing the aggressor if he ciiii; they nlo protect and avenge him in cose the might of the assniliuit is...

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