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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 22 November 1851

Cincinnati Correspondence. The Weather River, Business, &c.—Dr. Kinkel and his success in Cincinnati—Ohio Elections—Jenny Lind's second visit to the City. CINCINNATI, Nov. 14, 1851. To Tnt Editor or th Bcolc ! Throughout 1 1 1 i b lection of the West we have Imd an unusually dry summer and au tumn, ntid the hopes of heavy rains so much longed for liy our merchants and product! dealers to bring tho river lip to a singe suffi cient to float away the accumulating stocks of goods of all kinds in their warehouses, lias not yet licen realized. From the Mete orologicol observations made hero it appears that the whole amount of rain at this place since the commencement of tho year is only 20 inches, which is ahout ttn-ihirdi of Iho average amount fur tho same period in the Icul seventeen years. Tho runners have suf fered much from the drouth, and though heavy rains now would not he as useful to them as thry would have been two months ago, they would yet be hailed with universal satisfac...

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. — 22 November 1851

THE BUGLE. Mazzini on the Italian Question. The following in nil extract from nil F.ssay by Mazz'mi. 1l in richly worthy of perusal for in intrinsic excellence. And is rspecinl )y interesting no dcvelopcing the rudical prin ciples of the Itnlimi Ucvoluiinnisi : It is lint for mo to (five here nil exposition f tho complete dnctiincs of young Italy; but I hold it important to prove that our Inn ullage to-ilny in the mime ol twenty yenrs ngo. Ve hnvo never deviated from it. Now ns iheli, my prciloinhinling iden, mid the vil.fi thought ol ull our labors, is ibis: n fntnl sepa ration has been established between religious mid poliiicnl I t -1 i I between lienvcii mid enrih; tliis in why n wander groping from one crisis to number, liom convulsive, move ment ; without succeeding, without finding Jiencc. It is nccessnry to rc-unito nirlli to irnven, public to llio eternal principles which should direct lliem; nothing grent or ihirnhlc rnn lie done ithout thnt. (kid. Re ligion ; the People, ...

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. — 29 November 1851

Initios MARIUS B. ItontXSON, Editor. "SO INiOl WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." E)III,V HOIH.'X'iO, Publishing Agent. VOL. 7NO.ll. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, NOVEMBER 29, 1851. WHOLE NO. 323. THE AHTMLAf ERT BUGLE, Published every Saturday, at Salem, CoU Co., O, TiRXf. $1,50 per annum if paid in advance. $1,71 per annum if paid within the tint six months of the subscriber's year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond six montha. I IT We occasionally send numbera to those who are not aubscriltcra, but who arc believed to be interested in the diaaeminationof snti-sla-very truth, with tho hope that they will cither subscribe thcmaelvoi, or uo their inllucnco to extend ita circulntion among their friend. """"Communications intended for Insertion, to bo addressed to Msaics It. Knnixsox, Editor. All others to Kxily Komnson, Publishing Ag't. THE BUGLE. Christiana Prisoners. Tho follow ing ia llio account given liy visitor to tliese mnrtyra lo freedom. Rend it, and remember tlint every lioncst...

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. — 29 November 1851

Territorial Power of Congress. The following brief statement nl fact how tho power of Congress to keep the curse of shivery out of territories, unci 1 1 int. tho undent do Irinc of "Nun intei vention" i is am iolntive of iinliounl honor ns it is of justice and liiinitiiiity. Servile politician mo seeking to indure the peoplu In give up this rower and let shivery sweep. Will lluy Jo it? 1st. If Congress hns thn power to Icgislnto nt nil for oua territory, (and that power ia ex-' .cWcd every day,) it' surely has thn pow er to keep slavery ont'of it, ns tiio innjurity hIioiiIiI jrovern, ntid our fathers contended lor und 'T'Mr&Kwr r uiiietieriiiioii, marcn j, IC4. reponpii ine ineiuornlile provision ngainst slnvery yen, ns early ns 14, in the Virginia Convention he snid : "The iiholitiou of domestic shivery is the greatest object ol desiru in tin to colo nies." 3. George Washington w;is in favor of the principles of the Proviso, nnd in his letter to K. Morris, April i'i, 1740, lie ...

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. — 29 November 1851

For The Bugle. Uncle Ned. (ANTI-SLAVERY VERSION.) I know an old slnvo who In called uncle Ned, And hit head 1 a white It the "now j -His children aro oM, and hit wife aha i dead, And pool" uncle Ned long to go. He now wields the shovel nnd the hoe, In Held where tho cotton plants grow And hard, hard time has poor Undo Nod All alono in his sorrow and woe. 7nclc Ned ho was coma of tho very beat blood Old Virginia ever could boast ; Ho was hsndsomo and tail, he was honest and good, And at work in himself was a host. He now wields tho shovel and the hoe, &c. Vnclo Ned ho was sold to a Georgia man As the likeliest boy he could find j And I'll not lull you here hall' us much ns I can, How ho suffered in body and mind. lis now wields the shovel and tho hoe, le. Undo Ned loved his wife, and his wife loved him, And he loved too hit daughters three ; And the tears in his eyes mado his light very dim When ho thought what their portion must he. Ho now wields tho shovel nnd the line. &c....

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. — 29 November 1851

THE BUGLE. Indiana Woman's Rights Convention. LETTER FROM MRS. WILSON. CaDix, Ohio, Harrison Co., ) Oct. 7, 1851. Matins J. Dims i Dear Friend, It Mould KirA m. mvMmt ..1., -.. tn ......., C .-m . I Rin.liiiviHtirmtotieiiilllnWiMniiii.IC.Kr.ttOncediii Convention which is iroioied to he Iil-IiI ot Dublin, Wayne Co., la., on the 14th and 1 St li intt. I regret to say it is out of my power to tleiul; but I very cheerfully .respond to your request, of transmitting to oii thia short ami imperfect address, w ith my best I wishes for the success, of tho "good cause.'' The frieniU of the cause Imve good reason "to thank God nnd lake courage.." The hoary despotism w Inch lias so long cursed tha world, and crushed and degraded woman W beginning to totter on it basis. The women of the United States are awukening to sense of their rights and wrongs, nnd the women in Europe are fallowing in train. This question only wants to be understood to tnnke it successful. Wo must endeavor, as the politici...

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 December 1851

PI A II I US It. HOUIXSOX, Editor. "NO UNION WITn SLATEIIOLDERS." E.THXY HOBIIVSO, Publishing Agent. VOL. 7-NO. 12. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, DECEMBER 6, 1851. WHOLE NO. 324. THE A.Ul-SLAVERY BUGLE, PuUishtd every Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O. Trrms. )$l,)0 per annum if pnid in advance. $1,7 per annum if pnid within tho first ix months of the subscriber's year. v $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed boyornl nix months. tyVo occasionally tend number to those who aro not subscribers, but who are believed to bo interested in the dissemination of nnti-sla-very truth, with tho hope thnt they will cither subscribe themselves, or uso their influence to txlend its circulation among their friends. If7"Communiention Intended for Insertion, to be addressed to Mmiu s H. Uoiiinsos, E.litor. All others to Emii.v Uohixsox, Publishing Ag't. THE BUGLE. Letter from E. Warner. CORRECTION. Fricmd UobIxsomi Tlicru is ono point in Parker Pillsbnry's letter, published in Tlio Ilnglo of tho 8tli ii...

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 December 1851

The Christian Treason Cases. Tim United States Circuit Court rnmpn. td of Judge Giier nml Knur, met nt II wVlock Oil Monday liinrniiiK lor lire purpose of commencing tlio trial of the rases nf al leged Trenson nrising out of llm Christiana Tragedy. Tim jurors, member of the liar nnd iillioprs so iicni iy filled the dm ,11 court room tlmt spare wn lell liir only n sttmll Dumber of spectator. Wo believe there wn liot n single colored mini present. 'a. toman. The counsel wlm nnprnrrd fiir llic United fitute, wre, U. S. District Attorney John V. Ashmrnd, Jumc l. Ludlow, F.q.. nn.l f J.Kirge L. Ashmeud, I'm- the State of Maryland, Itnhcrt J. H i nt, li-q., innl the Ihm. J.imo Cooper. Counsel lor Custncr Hinnwny John M. Ucnd, Fsq, Thuihlciis Sloven, Esq., Joseph S. Lewis, Esq., of Chester I'oimtv, mill Then. Cuvler, Esq. Tlm list uf j irm summoned iii culled, noil righty-nue nnswoieil to their immr. Tin' (Jimit rlircrlul Ci'.rli ilrl uiliii'p juror In III! Illicit MIKJ, llil'V r-linlllil ...

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 December 1851

issippl, and the valuo of tho public lands In thoso regions would be greatly enhanced by free ing the navigation of those w aters from abstruc tionl. In view, therefore, of this great intercut, I deem it my duty again to urgo upon Congress tomnko suih appropriations fur theso improve ments as they mny doom necessary. Tho surrey or tlio Delta of the Mississippi, ivith view to tho prevention of the overflows tht have proved no disastrous to tliat region of country, ha been nearly completed, mid tho reports thereof oro now in cnlirse of preparation, and will shortly ho laid beforo you. Tho protection of our southwestern frontier, nd nit tho adjacent Mexican States, against the Indian tribes within our border, has claimed my earnest and constant attention. Con grcss hav ing fiiilcd, at the lust session, to adopt my re commendation that nil additional regiment of mounted men specially adapted to that service should be raised, all that reinaimled to hp done was to muke the best use of tho...

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 December 1851

THE BUGLE. The following has been forwarded it ty Mn. Gago, to whom it was communicated by the author, prominent English advocate of the rights of Women t THE BUGLE. Woman---Her Mission. (From tht Brighton (England) Ilcrald of Feb. ruery 0, 1S,)0.J We Imvo received the following commu nication from Mrs. Anne Knight, a lady in whom reference wa made in n recent nrti clo in our coliinuii under the nbovo hendi "EnTKtveo Friend, A long article, in thn Brighton llernld of 1 inn. 1!), bended 1 noninn Iter Mission,' containing repcti tinncof my nnmc, yet mixed with innccurn rics, 1 beg thy kintincss, for tlie sake of trulli uml my Incuils, to insert a lew rcmntlts. "My letter to Cotpiercl did not contain I word alinut fighting, nor of woman' iutellrc tUrtl equality with men. That subject has lieen pretty well ileeidcil by the world in thcie Inst out'. Wc could not now, in the face of experience, imiiiitiiin the mental iufe nor it y ot suiters to tlicir brothers, u we would. It contained an...

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 December 1851

ltlAKUS It. HOIIINSOIV, Editor. "SO taiOfl WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." KJIIU' HOKIiO, rublioliiiiK A vent. VOL. 7-N0.13. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, DECEMBER 13, 1851. WHOLE NO. 325. QLhe THE AMI-SLAVERY BUGLE, Published stery Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O. Termi. $1,80 per annum if paid In ndvnnce. $1,73 per annum if paid w ithin tlio first six months of tho subscriber's year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond six month. fVWo occasionally send numbers to those who nro not subscribers, but who ore believed to bo interested in tho dissemination of nnti-sln-vcry truth, with tho hope that they will cither sunscrioo themselves, or use their influence to extend i( circulation among tlieir friends. t VCommunicntions Intended for insertion, to he addressed to Mauus H. KnmxsoN, Kditnr. All othcri to Emily llonixsosi, Publishing Ag"t. THE BUGLE. Letter from Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. CADIZ, Ohio, Nov. 23d, 1851. Mn. Ronivsox Dear ViVm Tlio Anli Shivery Bugle being the Organ of I lie West er...

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 December 1851

Treason Trials. A grout , innibcr of witncssc. Imve been rxatnineil in tin rnsc. 1 he testimony f Klinu is tlmt principally relied upon to mis- tnin the pnnwculii.il. That our renders may know wi.at it .,,kr. to cons,!,,.,,, treason in tho cyra of tho government we ropy liio inntorinl port of Kline's testimony. Mr. (,'orstich wntited rue to split the partvi lint I tohl him no, ns we wnnhl want nil llio Hiiro we hnl j wo wont through n cornfield ( nml tohl him we most hurry on, ns it was near day break i we wont on nml i-nmo lo llio house of I'm ker (draught shown bun;; it it n very pood draught ( n hen wo oonie w ilhin nhoiit 10 ynnls no nut a hlack man ruining down the Inn- lanr. As soon im ho saw us ho ran to tlm house, nml I niter him ; his nmiin is Nelson ; there vn one iihoail ol" him that 1 did not see ; I W as tohl so ; llio hist iiamoil Josh ; n rmiplo of burs witru tu-rus this lane; I fell over them, my revolver one way nml 1 tho oilier ; tlm liars H ero lit tho short lane,...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 13 December 1851

Letter from J. F. Selby. Mn.i.niiooK, Mercer Cotintv, Pa., ) Dec. 2d, mT J Dear Brotiiku Marrs: I returned home last Saturday, from Armstrong and Butler Counties, having been absent for eight days, held six meeting, received eight dollar dona- tion to our cause, and obtained one subscriber fur The- lluglo. No open demonstrations of opposition were offered during my tour ; except at the Inst two meetings, which wcro on this wise ! the first, on tho evening of the 29th of November, the Oov crnment's foaat-dny, which w as held at Ilnrtly'a School-house, two miles cast of Butler, was somewhat hindered, Tho circumstances wero those : Partly, who is nno of the committee,- men of the School, ami also an Li.ii;h of tho Associate ltcform (! !) Church J had previously liecn consulted upon the matter, and freely gave his consent fur the hnu.ic to be occupied ; once ho publicly announced tho meeting. But a sin I gular change had come over his mind, (I sup- pose that his Sjiiritimt guide had see...

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 December 1851

THE BUGLE. The Hopedale Community. Tlie Hope.1i.ln Community, o. iginolly roll- el r rpternal Community, IN". 1, wns tnrmc.i At Meii.loii, Massachusetts, Jnmmrv 2! 1811, I.V idiout Km.iv indi.hinhi lion. .litr.Te.it pint of ll.n State. 'In theco..rse of tlmt tear they purchased what w.scall. .1 th.i "Jones ..rm," iwf Tlw Dale," In Mihord. their present location. Thiscsl.,lcll,cv,.nm.-.lllopr.nw.i: -joining the word "Hope' ! " il.viciiiition, in nilicinit of llm crent Ihinj: thov W for from n verv hn.nl.l. ..ml in.. pn.piliiiM beginning. About the first of April, ItfW n part ol ll.o Members look pos- session of llnir Farm mid commenced opera lions, under ns niiiiiv disndvaiilngcs n enn well he imagined. 'Their present Domain, iiirliiiliii ir nil (lip limit,, .i.iri'linitr I nt dill'cr- enl limes, roiituim i.'.ioiil MiO acres. Their Village consists ofnliont HO new dw.dling- houses, thrco meehnnic shops, with wi.ter- carpentering mid other nmehinery. n fin.lt flin,,..l tiuf.il it !- l...

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 December 1851

JTIAKirs It. HOItlXSOlV, Editor. "SO UNION WITH SLAVEDOLDERS." EMILY HOBIIVSON, Publishing Agent. V0L.7N0.14 SALEM, COLTBIBIANA CO., OHIO, DECEMBE20,l851. WHOLE NO. 326. " THE A NTI-SLATERT BUGLE, Fublithsd tvery Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co O. Trrxs. $1,60 per annum if paid in Advance. $1,7S per annum if paid within tho lint aix months of the subscriber's year. 2,00 per annum, if payment bo delayed keyond aix months. IV We occasionally send numbers to those who are not subscribers, but who are believed to be interested in the dissemination of anti-sla-very truth, with tho hopo that they will cither Subscribe themselves, or uao their influence to extend its circulation among their friends. rVCommunieotions intended for Insertion, to be addressed to MtRil'a H. Koiiinson, Editor. All others to Emili Robinson, Publishing Ag't. THE BUGLE. Letter from Cincinnatti. The River Trade—Mammoth Steamer—Canals around the Falls—Rail Road to the Mississippi —Pork Business, &c.,—Dayton Rail Road...

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 December 1851

perfectly afe, will cost nothing but a return to humanity, will clutho mnmitiiin nml vnl- ifiiiiit wiiii it iiii'Mi 11 itiiminrsi., nml Will iiiuke the Union everlasting nml glori- Oil. Now, friendly render, In conclusion, let it Hot lie mi id liy you, or others, Hint we nre Retting our profane feet upon tlio sentiment of patriotism, I reverence) llin lolly concep linii wliich nn Aiiierienn (who hns (lie happi ness io lie horn free) drinks in with his moth er's milk the conception of n liro.id sunny Inml, full of vines mid fig trees, Hint simile nono hut their owners;! I.iud tli.it opens hor bosom tit the poor and oppressed of eve ry clime ii land where there is no in ij'-siy Imt tho innjesty of Inw a land whore thn rulers servo the penpln, end not tho peoplo the rulnrs n land where the sot'L is free where, ti'iid is not shut out from men hy self riiusiiliited vicegerent where truth is not embargoed, and pnnlmi mid eternal life pohl out to unwilling buyers n hind whero honesty lends...

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 December 1851

From the Liberator. STORY OF THE DOGS. CONCORD, N. H., Nov. 26, 1851. DiAm Friind Garrisons When 1 left home, several month! ago, to perform en snti-slavcry minion in Ohio, itu pid .nd scurrilous story we going the round of the newspaper throughout tho country, (particularly the religious journals,) rcprefont ing that I had committed k, very tncreligiout act, in baptising number of dogs, end ad. mitttng them to the church. I supposed tho story, like tho thousand other tlandert which have been circulated about the fricmla of the lave, would have its' day, (as you know ercry dog must,) and din a natural denth. It ha been eo, I believe, except in ainglo case, and that unworthy of note, only a there in now In vol red the name of a most rcspcetnhlo gentle man, a slaveholder, in Richmond, Virginia. At the meeting where the fnmout 'dog ito. ry' originated, this slaveholder wna present, and took iomo part in tho discussion, demeaning himself in the most courteous and mnnly man ner, although...

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 December 1851

THE BUGLE. Speech of Kossuth at the New York Reception. I am yet blf sick, gentlemen tossed ami twisted nhout by a forlniptii'a pile on tlio At lantic's restless waves ; my giddy bruins are mill turning round ss in a Whirlpool, ami this gigantic conlinniit seems yet Id lueiiihle beneath my ivnvorityf steps. Let irra Jielore 1 go to work, have some hours of rest upon this anil of frrilom, your lmiy home.---freedom and Home, what heavenly inusio in those two words ; A Ins, I hnve no homo, nnd tlio freedom of my people is down Irod ilcn. Young Gintit of Free Aninrirn, do pot toll mo that thy shore Are nn asylum to the oppressed, ami o lininn to the homeless exile. An nsylniii it is, hut oil the hcs.iiiigs of your glorious country, can they drown into oblivi on the longing of the heart, nuil the loud de sires for our native land ? My beloved na tive land ! thy very sutlcring ninke thee but dearer to my heart ; thy bleeding imago dwells with me when 1 wnkc, ns it rests with me in the sho...

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 December 1851

in Aims it. noiti-vso-v, Editor. "HO HI 0.1 WITH SUVEIIOLDERS." EMILY HOimso, PiablMliinK Agent. VOL. 7-NO. 15. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, DECEMBER 27, 1851. WHOLE NO. 327. 3toiti-$ Bun THE ANTI'SIA VERT DI)6LE, tulli$itd tverf Satwdatj, at Salem, Col. Co., O. Terms. f 1,60 pc? annum if paid In advance. $1,75 per annum if paid within the Urst six month of the suhaciibci't year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed "beyond six montln, irT'Wo occasionally iond numbers to those who aro not auhsculicr, but who arc believed to be interested in tho dissemination of anti-slavery truth, with the hope that thejr will cither ubscribo themselves, or uso their inlluenco to (tend its circulation among their friends, r"Communieation intended for insertion, to be addressed to Mamcs K. llonissov, Kditnr. All others to Km lt ltoniNsnM, Publishing Ag't. THE BUGLE. Kossuth His Course in regard to American HANOVER, Dec. 13, 1851. Dear Ma nits: The movements of Kos antli will be of absorbing interes...

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 December 1851

who r.ra conscious that they cnn prove their freedom, never run a way. Those who wcro slaves, tell llio ilce ami staid wnj fur some lime. I do not know tlio Southern Slnlo w dpi o e rucl treatment to slave is not punished. A, man there, who sbed tlio lilooil of n Mark i stigmatised, unless In; unci provu flint hi: iliil it ill self-ilcfwiioe. TIib ny l" llo Soul licrn States, with wliirli I niii fiimi.inr, gives I In' master power lo iiilbct moderate pwiuilimriit only wlmn necessary, lint when a master kills liis slayr, lm is in llio nun" manner nmcuablo us if hn had shed the blood of a free horn citizen. Since the net of t'cinjfroe, though n fnnn rnn olitiiin tlm nxNisimicc! of the United States officers, "till lie is mil hound o ask it. If ii muster romes into your Stain niter a sliive without n process, you have only to inquire whether lie luis iiuilmrily. Tho Constitution gives him the snme light in lliis Ktnte ns ho would have in his own l hnt he must eeir.o (ho slave without v...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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