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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 18 October 1851

Letter from J. Phillips. LEESVILLE, Oct. 5th, 1851. ' Ma. Editor) Mr. Walker hat thrown beforo tii public, fain reason for the formation of th new das In Leesvillc. The new class was not formed because "Salley Millisack, Polly and James Frice, John and 8am uel Holms," yin- pathised with disuniouists because of their An- ti-Slarery but because in the opinion of tho brethren and sisters who compoo tho new class, th Individuals above referred to, are giving their influence, and support to infidelity in its most dangerous forms. Mr. Walker seems to think that wo hare don some new thing under tho sun, in refusing to co-operate with those who entertain view hos- tUe to thos held by ourselves, upon what we esteem vitally important subjects. Is it possi bio that he has forgotten the timo when he re fused to endorse the Christian character of min isters of th same Church with himself, who used tobacco, when he dclared upon tho Con ference floor, that h would not voto for th re ception of 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. — 18 October 1851

THE BUGLE. Woman's Rights Convention. Pursuant to a cnll previously issued, a Con rent ion lo consider the rights nml duties of woitinn, met in a Iwirn, on niilo east of Chesterfield, Morgan Co., Ohio, September 10, Jtsil, nt IU o'clock, A. Al. On million, the following officer were Bp- poinicii: trances is. tinge, ot Al Comiells villc, President Snrnh Kirk, of Chesterfield, Vice President j nnd Lydin Ann Kirk, nnd Martha Picket, Secretin ie. An idihi ad dress was delivered by Frances D. Gage, upon the politicnl rights of womnn, setting forth in a clear nnd elaborate nmiitii-r, tho wrong, which is practiced upon her and through tier upon society generally by her . present cramped nml degraded position. Severn! series nf resolutions were present ed dy Mury M. Corner, F. 1. thige, II. Little, 1 A. Kirk and muter. J liu lollow mg cum mittee was appointed In take charge of the resolutions, draw a summary, nnd report to me aiternoon session. Louisa raitcrsou, James lliiiuhlcton, IL Ihews...

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. — 25 October 1851

SttiiLe. l; ! : : . HAIUUS R ROBINSON, Editor. "!10 UN10H ttlTfl ILiVEHOLDERS." EMILY ItOBIXSOiV, Publishing; Agent. : TOL7N0. 6. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, OCTOBER 25, 1851. WIILOE NO. 318. 1 TUB lSTI-SUIBII BUS IE, ullitked mrjf Saturday, mt Saitm, CoU Co., O, Tsaxa. $1,60 per annum if paid in advance. 91.79 pet annum If paid within th Ant tlx moots f ns snbcribere yr. per asaum, if payment be dalayed IS!!? - month. ' ' HTW oseesievally Und number to tho vbsribre, bt who sr believed as tatanrtad la th dissemination of anti-sla-vary trath, viU tha Sop tkat tksy wUl ailhar Mbaniba thaaaalraa, at osa Uteir iafluano to extend Ita ciroulaiioa emoos; thai friend. JjrCoatmunic4tioM IntexM fa Jar, i. vd to Mario B. Hoaimo. Edits. AU othw to Kmilt fUaiWVi'ttblihtn' 'hJ C- 1 . 1 , THE BUGLE. Yearly Meeting of Friends. Fsaairs Mamcs : In tha Bugle of ISA of 8tl month laft, I observe a communication, pur porting to ha an account of tha lata Yearly Meeting of Friend Urmcd HlcLaitaa relatir t...

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. — 25 October 1851

From the Liberator. Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society. M4RLD0R0C0II, Chester Co., Pn, Out. 10, 1851. Ml Dea Garrison: I write von from the home or our Imitiinl friend Joseph anil Ruth Diigdnle, whither Mary Anne nncl in j fell came Inst evening, nt dm close of the Anniversary ol the IVnnxy Ivniiin Anti-Slave ry Socioty. Of tlint Anniversary. I witnli love to give particular nci-ouut, if the wmi oi lime anil tne state ot my health did tint forbid. I rnn only say that, exrept your own absence which win rebelled by nil llio friend or llio cniise, every tiling nbout waa ne gratifying nnil encouraging ns heart couw wish. I lio attendance Iroui llie Ik: ginning to llio Tloso was uluiost ptpiul to, sometimes beyond, llie capacity of llio du gant find spacious llorlieultiinil I lull; and a more intelliirent or more intenentecl niulieii. cei I bnve rnrcly Been giilbercd in any nrt of me couniry. ino speakers ol nolo were pres ent from other Slates. It wna eniiliinicly n Pennsylvania meeting,...

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. — 25 October 1851

For The Bugle. Song of Freedom. When Freedom' hymn to twtetly fall Upon the CTening air, My prayei ascend, that toon 1117 til. Her imilet end bleating share. Tho' to the wearied captiv' lot 80 little heed it given, Ilia wrong, which men remember not, Are numbered all In hcaren. The note of every foreat bird, The voice of every tree That tpeak when by the breeiet ttirred. Declare, 0 should bt fret. Free by the great Creator will, Who freedom gave to all, Tho' alavery't chain may bind them ttill In dark oppression' thrall. At twilight, when I hear tho tong IloMtind to Freedom't prie, I rout upon the captive' wrong, Hi dark and choerlce day And oft I wiih that hour weie here When all ahall be fnrgivon. And (lav and matter join, to rear Aa altar unto heaven. B. S. J. The Syracuse Trials. Agreeably to the instruction of Millard Fill more, a number of the citiicnt of Syracuse have been arretted, and by the last advicet were un dergoing an examination on tho charge of TREASON. Among them w...

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. — 25 October 1851

THE BUGLE. For The Bugle. To Parker Pillsbury. Ado a Niagrst awful tteop, Tho mighty water thundtring pour j Forever tn their onward swtop With turning plunge, and solemn roar. B'Jt o'er the eternal foam and spray A thouaand glorioua rainbowa tprlng Bright as the heavenly hue that play Vpon a blessed scrnphs wing Bo from thy lip, the atrcnm of thought In item and lofty grandeur rolla i With trutha mnjeatic thunder fraught, Startling thequjet &,f our souls; But love'a mild halo gild tbc atream, And wit and fancy bind their ray j Just lent a tho lustrous rainbow' beam, Abovo tho cataract', foam and spray. C. L. M. Journalism. u Let a. pewsnnper enter a, family, and llicro reiterate, day niter iluv. lor a twelve month, hp most hetroilox ideas, and I will . i . -i - f wnrruni a gradual corruption ni mu mnmy jiinilis." The frequency and iniMjrtimiiy of Ihu nttnrk must produce t!;o result. U'e uiiilcralo lio importance ol'llio press, when jvcrei keu it tlir follower nml not tho fniinc...

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. — 1 November 1851

M ill tLS II. KOHIXSOX, 1'ditor. NO 1510?) WITH SUYE1I0LDERS." KMII.Y ItOUIWSO.Y, PiililHIiliifr AlfCllt. VOL. 7-NO. 7. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, NOVEMBER 1, 1851. WHOLE NO. 319. THE AJiTI. SLAVERY HULK, j tablisheU every Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O. TtBitt. $ 1,50 pcrnnnumif paid in advance. $1,74 per nnnum if paid within tlic tirst ti months of tlio sulwcrihrr t year. &i,00 )ct (innuin, if payment be dclnjrcd Beyond six months. iyWo occasionally rend numbers to those Who aro not auhsuribc'rs, but who arc believed lo be interested in the. dissemination of nnti-slu-Verjr truth, with the hope Hint they will oitlirr IUliier.be themselves, or uso their inllicn. c to eiTnt it" circulation among their friends. t5"t;nimuniii1r!?n intended far insertion, to b addressed to mYiuv U. ll-nix. K ''tor. AllothcrttoEMiLT UomnsoX, Publishing A 4 I. THE BUGLE. I don't want to hear Master Pray. The Free Presbyterian riuotrs tho following argument for a clire-l minitry fur the slaves, from...

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. — 1 November 1851

lliein, is denounced by our government ns iiinrv, mid unhidden by our laws, on the pt'linlly of death. 'I'Iib seizure of ll.cir i!t rcndiints nn tin border nf l'cmis l iiii'm, in required liy our pnveruniciil ns n iiigh civil liny, mid n rvlis:il to pcrfuriu il in punished liy otir Inws with fines ntid imprisonment. Tim nrt, in cither cne, is the same; geogra phical lines ran iimko no diU'ei-cuce in its chunctcr. If it lie n n imo m 1 1 if rnt:t nf Africa to enslave lintiinii Iwitipf, il if n fibre in tlm Slum of lYiinsylvntiiii. We Mmihs not commit il in Iho ono run1, up will not commit it in tho other. In i n oilier piece, llllilrr liociiciliiislnnces, neither in ids iln nce to Inw, florin violiilii.u of law, pun wu ho in il'ippil, or will I ip compelled In pel rii iiip tlio iniquity of rti-igttiny n luiiiuiii being In slavery. "Tlio Fugitive flnve Law p rcunrdnsnn infraction of llm t'tumliiUli'Hi I'M ofliiice ngniust tin; code nf Millions, iiihI ii violation of llm law of Wo cann...

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. — 1 November 1851

Home Hits. The. Freo Prpsbytpi'mn is out spokpn, nml Ym like it. It does not shield "ollhuilers'," if it shall deem them itirli, because they nro "right" in llioir general views. If it hits Mr. Chase, it hits also Mr. Ciiildings ; nml fnirly, too, if its mnin position lie correct. How is it with "thee, friend Joshua," ns n "Friend" bade tia enquire, nllcr rending the article of the Free Presbyterian? I lore it is: True Don. "Tlio ilefoctioti of (his gcntlcmnn (Mr. Clings) excites no sunn inn in viuw of the l!irt Hint lin tins always returned membership in .m,!r.""'?,0rt ,ro-lnvr7.CI,l,rcl",; country. 1 ho chnrgi) of licing the 'bulwark ofAimu-icnn Slavery,' is proved against tho liirgo ami popular churches of this land, hy n mass of tcjtiitimty perfectly overwhelming. ri, 1 ,..,: .;', . ... ., ' , . "," 1 hey atnml convicted ot tho chniim in tho eyes of nil Christendom, mid In the eye of n holy (J01I. Ilriiro the man who sustains one r.nM-rln-"V','M'rM' "'"r,"'-'; riiiitinr Im rehix...

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. — 1 November 1851

THE BUGLE. Shirt Sewers' Co-operative Union, N. York. A muting of tli cititcna of Xew Yoik, who mf at him with the effort of the Shirt miikrr to bettor their condition, wt livid on Morning evening, Oct. 6th, From the Report of ths Secretary, Rot. Mr. DowLtxo, wo mnkc the following extracts t Forced by direct necessity, through wanlnf employment end etarvat'oii wage, when wt had work to do, some few of our present Lum ber combined together in the month of April last, and organized into an Association ttj It d tho Shirt-Sowers' Co-oprrntivo Union. Our aim and objects were to woik together for mu tual benefit, to h .re the profits accruing from our industry, teeorditi to our nihility and wil lingness to do, instead of being, s formerly, compelled to give the io' Ann nf our labor to an employer. Briefly, it a nt) experiment. Mid it has succeeded. We have demonstrated the fact to out east down arid tuficring sisti rs, that full double tho wage can bo earned by Iih hour of toil, under our...

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. — 8 November 1851

t. n inn s it. iioimsox, r.aitor. "N 0 UNION WITfl SlUEUOLDERS." rniLV 1IODIXSOX, Publishing Agtnt. VOL. 7-NO. 8. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, NOVEMBER 8, 1851. WHOLE NO. 320. THE ANTI-SLA VERY BUGLE, rMitud every Saturday, at Satem, Col. Co., O. TznMs. $ 1,50 per nnnnm if paid in advance. 1,7.5 per annum if pnid within the first six month of tlie subscriber's year. $2,00 per mmum, if payment be delayed beyond six months. ll"We occasionally tend numbers, to thn who nro not subscribers, hut who nrc believed to be interested in the di-spnunntionnf anti-sin-very truth, with the hopo thnt thry will either (ubscriho themselves, or use their inltuciico to extend it. circulation ainoni their friend. IVCommunicatinns Intended for Insertion, to bo Addressed to Maiuis 11. 11oiiinon, Editor. All others to Emu. v Homssox, Publishing Ag't. THE BUGLE. Anti-Slavery Meeting at Edinburgh. Ftttr-ND IkOiiiXKON : It was my good futtuno to nttrnd nn Anti-Nlavrry meeting nt tlie cen tre of Edinburgh on T...

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. — 8 November 1851

tannot build walls o high, Oint our prayer hall not overleap them, and an uo to the God of tho oppressed. They may (though it i too mon-' trout to be apprehended in thit ago and coun- try,) they may perhaps indict death upon us, Vjut that would only act our utitits free a litllo and send them Into the more Immediate presence 0f H im, who hn filled our heart w ith thil tore of Liberty. Cnroi Liajv.e. I-.- 1"? fclje nti-Slaucvn liucjlc, Wnts Uou commands to iake Tii Tiit ui'ti AP BLOW K Dlll.OllOrs OH A JARK1N0 IlLAST, IT Ut XOt IX U'n WILL WHAT HR SHALL SAV Oil WHAT H BKALL CONCEAL. JiiVUN, SALEM, OO, OVEMBEll 8, J841, EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE meets December 7. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE meets December 7. Kossuth---What Now ? Tho Now York Herald's Washington corre- pondent, aaya that communications huvo been tc-ccivcd In that city calculated to dauipcn the enthusiasm in behalf of Kossuth, Ilavo tho toadies who hnp:d to make capi- , tul out of hia glorification, found him imprac- tienblc? llnvo 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. — 8 November 1851

Letter from Indiana. Dublin, Wayne Co., Indiana ) October 13th, 1851. J Dn Marics : Tho "Woman's Conten tion" for Indiana, bos just closed. It was cheer ing to see the peoplo turning out by hundreds to hsr the great question of Woman's (human) Rights discussed. It was far moro cheering to ee the high position taken by tho convention, nd tho energy and ical with Tihich tho women and men of Indiana, took hold of tho work be fore them. An exceedingly profltablo discussion arose, on two of the resolutions, especially tho one touching the matter of voting. The objection to hor having this right, was thnt it would de grade her to goto tho poll. render her inhu man to bo a judge, juror, lawyer or hangman, and, that, consequently she would lose her in fluence over man. Not observing that if it would degrade wo man it would degrado man, also, that if thoso practices should causo woman to lose her inllu ence over, man, they must, K practised by man cause him to lose his Infl'ienco over woman ...

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. — 8 November 1851

Miscellaneous. The Wedding Knell. BY NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE. Thpro I l certain church In llio rity of New York, which 1 lutvo always regarded with o peculiar interest, on account ol a mnr- riage there solemnized, under veiy singular . ' . .....! circ.tiostnnces, in mv prniulinoilier girl hood. Tlint voiirrnliln lady chanced lo bo a spectator of llio scene, und ver Hllcr nimlu it her favorite nnrrame. Whether the edi fice now standing on tho mi. no silo Im ilia iileiiiii.nl nun lo which she referred. I nm mil antiquarian enough lo know; nor would it lio worth w hile lo correct mysell, pcrlinp, lilt ngreoiihlo prior, liy rending llm dale of its erection on the tablet over llic door. It is a stately chin ch, Biirroiinded by nil ciicln- the Invljest green, within which np- pear urns, pillars, obelisks, mid mlier forms of monumental imirlih', the monuments of privnteari'cctiuii, or more splendid iiiciiiniiula of historic dust. Willi such n place, though , llio tumult of the rity rolls bcucu...

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. — 15 November 1851

MAUIL'S 1C. It01tI.VS0, I.elitor. "NO UNION WITH SUT EHOLDERS." Il.TIII.Y ItOHIWSOX, FnblUliIng Agent. V0L7-N0. 9. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, NOVEMBER 15, 1851. AVIfOLE NO. 321. THE ANTI-SLAVERY II I (HE, Publiehed every Saturday, at Sjtem, Col. Co., O. Tkbmu. $1,"i0 prr niiimm if paid in advance. $1, 7,1 per annum if paid within 'ho first six. months of the subscriber' 'ir, $2,0a per amny.n, if plrmont bo delayed bcyona six mo:nh. '7"rt O occasionally send numbers to thoie who are not subscribers, lmt who ore believed to bo interested in tho dissemination of nnti-sln-vcry truth, witli tho hope tluit they will either uhscriho themselves, or use their influence to extend its circulation among their friend. CVCnmmunications intended for insertion, to bo addressed to Mauii 11. Kxiiim'on, Editor. All others to Emily K'inxo, Pu'.dishin g A;.t't. THE BUGLE. Letter from Joseph Barker. October, 20th, 1851. Dear Futesn I I am nlmost nshnmcd of my self v lien I think how I hnve delayed to A...

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. — 15 November 1851

feucb n Snvinr. I do not believe that human ennctments are to bo obcjed when they me K)'mt blank against llio law of the living Uod. Anil believing most fully, (as I li,) the reverse of nil this, you will easily helicvu ne to bo person wholly unlit to receive tho suffrage ol gentlemen holding llie opinion nml favoring tlio twiliry of tlmt wind of llio Wliiij party, denominated tlio " Sitrtr V,nys.n in mi on ino respect which your iieimou permits mo to entertain liir you, I mil gentlemen, Your fiiilliliil fclhiw-citiltPti, FREDERICK DOUGLASS. Philadelphia. The Jury in the Treason Case-Pecuniary Situation the Prisoners—Counsel for the Blacks, and provision for their Payment. Correspondence of the N. Y. Daily Times. PHILADELPHIA, Thursday, Nov. 6. Judge Greer gave the U. S. Marshal par ticular instructions to aiiiiitiiuns nouo but men of tlio highest respectability tinil stand ing in the coiiuniinity us Jurors in the Trea son cases. Ex F. S. Senator Cameron, Mr. llrown the wealthy hank...

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. — 15 November 1851

Woman's Rights Convention at Worcester. Our columns have been to crowded with communications of interest, that we have been unable to publish any of the proceedings of this Convention. Although it it now lnte, we still slesiro to put the Resolutions upon reccord. RESOLUTIONS. 1. Resolved, That while we would not un dervalue other methods, the Right of Suf frage for Womnn in, in our opinion, tho cor ner atone of this enterprise, siuca we do not eck to protect woman, but nither to plnco Iter in a position to protect henclf. 2. Resolved, 'J'hut it will ho Woinnn'a fault, if, the ballot onco in her bund, till the iWlMtrriMS, demoralizing, nnd nucqu.il lows relating to nmrringo mid property, do not vpeetlily vanish from tho statute book; nnd xvhilo we acknowledge thnt the hope or n We in the higher professions nnd profitable employment of society is one tl tho stron gest motives to intellectual rttltuio.wc know, itltro, thnt nn interest in political question in nn equally powerful stimul...

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. — 15 November 1851

THE BUGLE. Address to the Northman. From. the Ohio Repository. Mb- Baxtox. In reply toalctlerof mine to Mri. Frances I), Ongc, in wh'ih I ciupiiicd of her whit she thought of tlio Furtive Slave Law I received the following, which you would obligo me by publishing, though it ii hot perfectly satisfactory to our Fillmore, our Webster, our Clay. K. A. O. "If your heart has burned with a deep an Indignation aa mine ha, tinco tho passage of that 1 Fugitive Law," it must be pretty well charred. But stilt, I mn proud of our country, for I know and feel that il ii not the many, tho good and the true that have clono that evil thing. Oh that I had tho inspiration of a Shakespeare, Ilyron, or evcu a llcmai-.s or an Osgood, whilo I answer your rpueslioi.. Dlame me not if my song is tnme tny spirit is not." l)o you ask what I think ? Do you ask what I feel r Came my thoughts from ).cput Is my heart made of steel r Does the lamb skip and piny w hen he hears the wolf howl I Hoes the Nightingale si...

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. — 22 November 1851

MAKIX'S It. IIOIUSSOX, Editor. "SO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." IMIII V ItOlSO., IMiMUhiiiK Agvnt. VOL. 7-NO. 10. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, NOVEMBER 22, 1851. AVJIOLE NO. 322. 01 TUB A NTI 'SLAVERY MULE, fublithtd every Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., 0. Terms. $1,50 per annum if paid in advance. $1,76 per annum if paid within tho first six month of the subscriber's year. $2,00 per niiniun, if payment lc delayed beyond six months. IVWe occasionally tend numbers to those who ro not subscribers, but who nre believed to bo interested in tho dissemination of nntl-sln-Tory trntli, with the hope tlmt they will cither subscribe thcmsclvoJ, or use their influence to extend iu circulation among their friend. fyCommnniiallon intended for insertion, to bo addressed to M.Miie H. Bom von, Editor. All others to Emily llomxso.v, I'ublishing Ag't. THE BUGLE. THE BUGLE. Christiana Tragedy. BART, Lancaster Co., Pa., Oct. 17th. Dkar Mauici : Fiom this sapi-storcd, and unmolested scene, it in try privile...

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. — 22 November 1851

ful disregard both of" physical geography" and of " Oriental scenery," and Utah o( which llio Saintaof the later Day hold the key, and havo io objection which may not be overcome to turn it for the cntranco of slavery And ia there not Cuba eloso at hand ) And tlio He publio of the Siena Madro In due training for llcanncxation. And as the round and top of all, hare we not tho Fugitive Slave I,aw and the New Doctrine of Treason What has inado all theso things necessary excepting the existence and cfTortP of the Anti-Slavery Move ment? The heart of the Slaveholders were no softer twenty-fire years ago than they aro now. They clung to the system which gave them the political control of the wholo country as desperately then as now. The State nf tho Northern mind is certainly no worse than it was then. Even the iniscrahio tools of the ty. rant.who cither made the accurscdlaw at Wash ington or carry it into effect at home, were no worso and no better then than now. But the Anti-Slavery agi...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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