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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 27 December 1851

Judge Grier. From Judge GVier' ihnrge, it seem flint llnnnwny owed liit acquittal, in grcnt men nre, toiire fact that the prosecution wnsun nblo prove liiin an abolitionist. Huil it been otherwise could ilioy linve proved tlmt tt iva liis habit to frequent Convention ' which denounced (lie Constitution and the Laws, Convention addressed by 1 mule nnd female vagrant lochirern,' liy inlurvited fan atics nnd unprincipled demagogues,' lie wo'il Iibvo stood n narrow chnnco for eseniie. lie .night have acquired distinction nil tho fust American citizen ever filing by American mi nority fur treason. Tho misrepresentation of llio Judge Ii'mi imlignity nnd bitterness srdiow a willingness to have done to tliu full utitfo,hii of Ida employers, luid die fuels in hv case nt u II wnrrnnteil. Anil though llnn nwny ntul Ida follow prisoners escape death for treason, he seems to linve some sntisliic--lion in 'he cxpeclntioii iIihI they will yet suf fer the jetnlfy of murder. In the estimation if the...

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 December 1851

THE BUGLE. ' We republish tlie following ot tlie re quest of o number of friends.-Co. From the Massillon News. MASSILLON, March 24th, 1851. Colobid Citizens: Now l our time; ever wa there law, and perhnps never will be again, no favorable for tin na llie fu w invoranie iiir us n mo n- It degrades the noble white tlie colored, in making hitri. gitive Law. . :.i I i.i-.. i r... slaveholder to bear. 1 say u kidnnuper, because the Declaration of Independence says, 'all men are free;" hut it demands a surrender of all iuor.il feeling and mor.il principle ond a.bnittod known moral ohli- of the noble northern white man, as well as the most debused. It siiys, in sul- surrender those principles snilmnriil alilirrnlinna ! mnrnl uiuiim. nr dissnlvn llm Union. We are, happy to see manifested in the conduct of thousands a disposi'jon to do vJie lutter rather thmt the former. We do Mot wish tlio hitter, liir the love we have for ilioso of our friends who would, for our sake iliooso the latter rat...

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. — 3 January 1852

fflAHIlS II. HOUIXSOft, IMilor. " Ji 0 I' N 1 0 N W I T n S LA V E II 0 L D E R S ." IMIII.V KOlM, PiiMKIiinv Ariil. VOL. 7-NO. 16. SAEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JANUARY 3, 1852. WHOLE NO. 328. Ike III I aJPifl TUB ANTI-SLAVERY Dl'GLE, PMithcii tvery Saturday, nt Sahm, (?, Co., O. TM'M.jil.o'O per smium if pnid in ndvnncp. f 1,74 per annum if pnid within tlio first ix WnirtM of the subscriber's year. tiM P'r. aivniim, if payment be delayed kfvind nix month. tVWo occasionally send number to those who ore not subscribers, lut who ore believed to be interested in the dissemination of nnti-sln-very truth, with tho hope that they will either Subscribe themselves, or use their intlnenec to xtend iti eiroulntion among their friends. lyCommunications inteniled for insertion, to be addressed to M vim K. Koiunsox, Klitor. All othcra to Kmii.t Hoiiixsox, Publishing A g't. THE BUGLE. Letter from Mrs. and Mr. Wilson. CADIZ. Ohio. Dec. 22,1851. HnoTiir.n Robixsox : Will you he so good ns to correct...

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. — 3 January 1852

From the True Colored People in Ohio . . " . ,' llie comiiiiiiiiciilinii In-low is from one of eiirmost intelligent U.iNiiigtt subscribers. His questions we Imvo ciidenvorml to nnswer Hilly Ml tho i-ditorinl which follows Ikcin, j Editort True Democrat : In ,nnr pnper of Dec. 10th, it is stated llml ' No black or inulntto rnn iihtaiii n legal s.-iictii.-i,l in Ohio." U thin com ft? In IrOI n law was requiring icoliMif color, wbo i-iiiim' this Slnte lo reside, to gins liomU in lh mini of live hundred ilullai that they sluml. Hot beconio ehnrgeahlti lo the Stale fur their , support. 1 wan not nwnro lhat Ihero win any other obstacle to their obtaining 11 legal acllleineut, mnl this, I understand, wan re- licnled nt the session of ltl8-''.) I hail 01- j l-asion not long since to cornel what I sup posed to lio nil erroneous statement in 1111 posed to ho mi erroneous statement in 1111 Lastt-ill impcr 011 tin miLi-cl : hut if Ihn .astern liniicr 011 tin Kiihji'cl ; hut it llin atiiteim-nt ...

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. — 3 January 1852

The Fire in the Capitol. December aflth. The Speaker of tlie Home of Representatives laid beforo Hie House a com munication from tho Librarian of Congress, Ma ting tho loss of tho Library by fire on Wednes day morning last, in a manner unaecountablo to him, n no fire had been hd in the apart ment for a long period ; and ncithe firo nor lights burning at any timo since it has been un der hia charge, Tho loss of tho books was bout 3i,900 volumes! and 20,000 volumes Were navcd, being In nn adjoining room, lie expressed tho hopo that a searching investign- Won would bo made as to tho cauc of tho con-I flagration, io that a liko calamity should not occur in future. Mr. Stanton, of Kentucky, by unanimous consent, introduced a resolution instructing tho jjeiatommittocon public buildings and grounds, to enquiro into the origin of the lire ; and also sis to tho extent of the injury to tho buildings, na tho best mode of reconstrurtinu tho library , . " ion in future. Mr. Stanton of Ivr.. nlo ...

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. — 3 January 1852

Miscellaneous. Description of Kossuth. (civ. KomiiiIi is nuhor tnllri limn we lt.nl supposed, ntul his face lit nn -prcs-ion of ye net rati a g intellect which i ui Hide aed in any portrait wo huvc seen. It i long, ''1U irthend hrnnd, but liul c.ccsivcly high, tliungli a slight IniIiIiics makes it seem and the cliin unrruw, hist tenure in itic form. Urn linir is thin in front itnil of a daik lirotvn, is liis-bcitril, which in ipiite long l" not cry thitrh, nnd' arranged, w UU kcuIiicss mnl Msto. His moustache is lirnvy mul rnther nig. Hi eyes ure very large smil il it light blue; hi eomplcJiioii is pule like thnt of u inn w ho is not in perfect health, mnl h'mnp entauru jrsterdny vwns thnt of tint sphil kenrrtig lip against llio cxhniistion (if tin; bo dy ( lie win son nick (luring1 tin; passage mul knd not slept for two or three nights. Mis summer in speaking is ul nneo incomparably dignified mul graceful. (b'siurcs, more ud auiroldo naiflVctive, nrlil n play of counten ance more e...

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. — 10 January 1852

Bug It. Mint nxutva it. itoutivs;v, ran or. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." EMILY ltOUIXSOX, Iii1llliiiir A cent. VOL. 7--N0. 17. SALEM, COULMBIANA CO., OHIO, JANUARY 10, 1852. WHOLE NO. 329. THE AXTI. SLAVERY BUGLE, VmhlisMed ttcrij Saturday, at Salem, Col. (,, O. Ykhmj. .fl,)0 per annum if paid in advance. 9 1.74 r"t annum If paid within the Kr-it six sioitflis of tlie subscriber's year. pet unrnim, if payment bo delayed llfVYo Oui'iiili'iliii'ly scnl nuinVrs lo lliOi who aro not subscribers, but who are believed to bo Interested in the dissemination of anti-sla-Tory truth, with tlio hoio tlmt thoy will cither subscribe themselves, or use their inllucnco to extend jta circulation among their friends. XyC'ommunicntioin intended far insertion, to addressed to Mahiis 11. ltoiuNviN, Editor. All others to Emilv Ruiinson, 1'ubliiliing Ajj't. THE BUGLE. Letter from Cincinnati. CINCINNATI, Dec. 26,1851. of lluglc s lit this place has been tightly froen over since last Saturday liiorning tin...

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. — 10 January 1852

not only cut off from nil (ortiiniiy of earn ing hi la-end, but subjected to Revere losses from the interruption of his business. Hi health, too, hnil suffered severely from the unwholesome nirof the prison. After endur ing all tlii, nnil when he had demonstrate. I liia entire innocence of the clinrgo brought against him, the Court hml the men s to subject liiin to lint linliility of toiling fur years to pay llm witnesses who hml been summoned to testify in hi heluilf. Anil Mr. AbIiiiiciiiI even hail the cll'rnntery to insist that he hml lieen acquitted only upon a mere technicality that he Wus guilty in. liit't, tlintili not in liirm! 1 lua la nn murage upon justice or w Inch we nnil it ilillu'iilt to spunk wnli any degree, of rnlmiie.il. AVliile Castner I la nn way, (ns n punish mcnl, we suppose, lor not being guilty of treason when the (sDVcrmiicut wanlcd u vielim!) in ronicllcd to pay hia wilncsscs, even though it ahull inako him n hepgur, Mr. Ashmcnd is allowed to put hia hand ...

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. — 10 January 1852

Letter from Parker Pillsbury. Dexm Mimes : For a work, I hare been (op erated almoat wholly from the world, and "the rcat of mankind." I was nerer before so near whit men call "tho borders of civilisation." To the north and north-east of met stretches a denio unbroken forest, as largo as the wholo of Massachusetts, where roam the moose, the bear, the panther, the catamount, the wild cat, tho martin, as undisturbed almost, as two hundred years ago. And winter too, reigns with a. rigor to me beforo unexperienced, and unknown. Much intcreourae with tho world is out of the question. I see no newspapers, or nearly none, until they aro venerable with age, and their tidings, down among inen.lmvo long ago paused on Into tradition. Consequently, if I write you a letter now, It will at least have tho merit of ori ginality a manufacture out of tho whole new cloth. Tho real frtomU of tho American Anti-Stave If Society In this County of Herkimer, aro iuueh. fewer than 1 supposed. 1 have scarcely...

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. — 10 January 1852

THE BUGLE. CARRIER'S ADDRESS TO PATRONS OF THE Anti-Slavery Bugle. ON THE CLOSE OF 1851. Time passe on. Another yenr ha flown : Willi noiseless pinions to tho l'.tcrnnl's throne, Bearing its record of the good mid ill Willi which man's deeds its nmlo pages fill. Oh, Ihnt tlio record was as full of light A God himself is rndiant with love, That every deed wot done for Truth and Right In spirit inch as Jeili could approve! Itut wU'de we know the diamond pen of Time The rrcprd of ennobling ocU hath traced, Besido tliein stands the catalogue of crime By which lliimnnily linn liecn disgraced; Nationi and men, alike forgetting (Jon, Have stooped their hands in guilt, and fed on human blood. Foreman!, of ihcso, our country, thou nrt seen. Nona ahout nmro earnestly in Freedom's name, And none more shamelessly liy deeds proclaim Doctrines alike unrighteous, vilo and menu. Europe's Magyar, on whom a tyrant' hmid The fetters of captivity had hiid, Who loved so well his own green mountiiin laud...

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. — 17 January 1852

-tf K' I'r ib b K TZf 11 A It I ( S It. ItOIlllNMlN, Kit it or. 'SO I M 0 WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." U.iIfl.Y KOKJN'.O'V, PitMKIiliifr A ernt. VOL. 7-NO. 18. SALEM, COULMEIANA CO.,- OHIO, JANUARY 17, 1852. WHOLE NO. 330. THE mi-SLA VERT BL UE, PttULiicd tvery Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O. TniMs. $t,50 per nnnnm if paid in advance. $1.7.5 per annum if pnid within tho llrat ix month at tlio subscriber's year. $2,00 per milium, if payment be delayed beyond i month. iy Wo occasionally send numbers to those whi nro not su'isuriher, but tvho arc believed to bo intcrcto:l in the dictiiiiintionofnnti-!n-very truth, with the hope that thry " ill cither ftuWrihc tlictnielvct, or ue their influence to extend lu eircnlntion among their friend. iSCrmintmication intended for inwrtinrt, to he ldrctc to Mum 11. ltmivov, E t.itor. Alloihort toEiliLV Hiiiix-mx, l'ublinhing Ag't. THE BUGLE. KOSSUTH. SPEECH OF WENDELL PHILLIPS. SPEECH OF WENDELL PHILLIPS. At the Anti-Slavery Bazaar, Saturday Evening. Decem...

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. — 17 January 1852

Boston Bazaar. The inlmitnlile D. T.t of the Anti-slnvery Standard, gives tlin following account oftlio Hnznttr, anil diver oilier matter in llie con clusion of hit lust epistle. From the Anti-Slavery Standard. The Huzmr dosed with brilliant siicecs. The receipt were about n largo ns last your, which, considering llie ciretimatimew, wn doing belter limn ever. Tim circumstance (o liu considered nro, the novelty of the plane, it lining good deal morn aside from tlio common walks of purchasers than Fane nil II ill, nnil tha events of tlio pnst year, which hnve not tended to make AlKilitioiii.it timl Anti-Shivery more popular thiiH usual. The hind mures which huvo been put in llie way of the Salvation of the t' uion in the ca se of those traitors &hndrnch nnd Sims, the intcmpcnito Inngtinge whirl) hue been in dulged in, nnd the vituperative epithet up plied to those odmir.ililu citizens, Commis sioner Curtis end llnllel, Mayor Uigelow nnd hiii patriotic Alderman, the lieroic Tu key,...

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. — 17 January 1852

Writings of Mr. Garrison. Selections from the writings and speeches of Wm. Lloyd Garrison, with an Appendix—Boston, Lloyd Garrison, with an Appendix—Boston, R. F. Wallout, 21 Cornhill, 1852. This neat volume of 400 pages will bo wel comed by abolitionists. For almost a qunrtcr of century Mr. Garrison hat Improved every im pressive occasion to aavocate oy speecn or pen . . - v i -j. ...i v. :. i;r ths great causo that has absorbed his lifo and energies. Perspicuity, directness snd power, are ths distinguishing characteriaticks of Mr. Garrison's style. And aa with wonderful oner gy and singleness of purpose he brings this stylo to bear upon ths support of great princi pleshis arguments are almost always Invul nerable and his exposures of injuitito Intole rable to pertinacious wrung doers, Hcnco whilo Mr. Qurrisnn has had tho warmest and most devoted of friends, lie has been maligned and hated beyond all modern example, by the foes of freedom snd justice. judicious selection from his p...

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. — 17 January 1852

Miscellaneous. Extracts from the Home Journal. The Homo Jinn mil commonec a new vol ume, wiih ihe yenr. It F.dttnrs present n ffreut variety nf interesting social f ids, ilni n ImiiIi from lliii country iiml Ititiij"'. This, may In; said to lie i'n di.t'.iiiguisliing chnrac- tciislic. Tlio following lire cxuiicl limn this department of the paper: ' Itclgiiim has long been llio "casters in tlic centre oC llio i.-ilile of llurope w hern lint essence of every thing relishnldii uu to l.e Iiml nl llio least expense. 'I'liu lir.il p - tllllrnillK, llll! best I'plTII, III!' best SOoil'IV, till! Iliost enlightened public i i 1 1 1 1 i . Ihe oitMes nccoss In nil tin' m at nf Hut world, unit lliu lonsl lyriiniiv of classes, scots, or political par lies, Imvi! limy lir rn tin: recognised li al i ir-)4 of lii ossein. It is stated hi n London paper Iiml Kf i-.-tiitti U going In make tlml city I, in li'lliiur;iiy Iiiiiiii-, iillrr his return limn llm I ' i i f 1 Slates. 'I'lir paingnph we iilir 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. — 24 January 1852

HIAHIIS II. HOHIIVSOX, r.ditor. VOL. 7---N0. 19. SALEM, "SO UNION WITH COULMBIANA CO.; lUVEnOLDERS." OHIO, JANUARY 24, EMILY 1852. ItOIUXSOX, Iiibliliing Agent. WHOLE NO. 331. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, Fubliihtd rry Saturday, at Saturn, Col. Co., Terms. $1,J0 per annum if paid in advance. $1.7 J per annum if paid within the first ix months of the subscriber's year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond six months. I'SWo occasionally send numbers to those -ho iiro not subscribers, but w ho arc believed to be interested in thn dissemination of nnti-s'.a-Tory truth, with tho hope that they will cither ubscribo (hcmsclves, or use their inilucnco to extend its circulation among their friends. ryCommunioations intended fir insertion, to be addressed to M vines H. Homvov, K litor. All others to Emily 1 In hi x son, Publishing A tft. THE BUGLE. From the Ohio Star. Defining Positions. When men nre greedy to ! no their po sitions upon great questions where thn plain est common sense pii...

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. — 24 January 1852

Governor Johnson's Veto Message. On Thursday, a already announced. Go. Johnston sent Into tV.o ici.ate of Pennsylvania his objections to the passage of the bill of lust Session, (of granting the uo of our jails to tho slclteoping of fugitive slaves. To tht Senate of Venmftvania .Senators An ct entitled "An Act to repeal the Sixth Section of an act, entitled an act to prevent kidnapping nd preserve tho public peace, prohibit the ex crciso of certain powers heretofore exercised by Judges, Justice of the Peace and Jailors of this Commonwealth, and to repeal certain Slnvo Laws," has been held under advisement sinco the adjournment of the Inst Legislature. In obedience to tho provisions of the Consti. tution, I return this bill to the Senate, where it originated, without my approval, und with my reasons for withholding it. To thoso reasons, founded nn tho clearest senses of duty nnd of official responsibility, I invite your candid at tcntion. They ore now, for the first time, giv. en, be...

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. — 24 January 1852

Letter from Baltimore. THE KIDNAPPING AND MURDER CASE. A friend in Baltimore ha furnished us on account of (lie horrid outrages of kidnapping ond murder, recently perpetrated in tlmt vi-; tmity. We omit pnrt of Ina cnmmuiiicn tion ns It is but a repetition of tlio facts, we published Inst week After detailing tha facts of the seizure of Rachel I'nrker, nnd the unsuccessful pursuit of the kidnapper to the Maryland line, by Joseph C. Miller, nnd hia neighbors, our correspondent pro cecds: McCrcary u by the next train of cam, fol lowed to Baltimore, where ho was found at Cammeli Slnvo Prison, and arrested for kid- napping. Ha was released on bail, with two securities for $300. Tho girl was placed in jail. On Monday tho 6th Inst, sho was visited by two Indies. Sho seemed self-possessed, nnd firmly asserted her freedom. Sho is a very smart intelligent girl. Sho said, that ns she camo down, tho men threatened what they Would do to Miller, if ho enmo to Rallimnro; that they wished they had...

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. — 24 January 1852

Miscellaneous. The Census Report. The Phi1nd(-lIitft N. Amcricn publishes pome yory interesting tables compileil from the report of the census commissioners, from which e fieri n few fuels worthy of notice ami rctiiuinhruncc. JsonKnr. or Tr.rniiTonr. Tho seventh pniiincriilion of the inhabitants of die United P. exhibit results which every citizen of tlio country mny roiitoiiiphilo wnli gratiliention nml pride, Hiuee the census of lrflO there luive Ih'pii lidded to iIir tetrimiy of tlx Re public, I v nncxnlioii, conquest end iinrliiiNr, (t.,!ft-8 square miles, nml our title to regions covering illl.llsi squiirn miles, which was claimed nml partly tii i'ii 'kmI liy a f ort-ijrii power, lies been established by negotiation, mid it litis lieen 1 t oi u 1 1 1 within our ncknowl cilged hmmdai jes. liy such mentis, tho nren li f till) Foiled Slates Inisbccll extended tin r IniMlin past tell yenrs from 'i.O.Vi.lti.') to 0, !WI,5!C square miles, without including tliu flicnt Likes which lio...

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. — 31 January 1852

M Attll 9 It, ItOUIftSON, Editor. "SO UNION WITH ILftTEflOLBERI." EMILY HOBWfOlV, FnMlsl.li.e; Agent. YOL. 7-NO. 20. SALEM, COULMBIANA CO., OHIO, JANUARY 31, 1852. WHOLE NO. 332. THE A STI -SLAVERY DCGLE, svery Settnrdajf, jSnfeat, Col, Co., O. Terms. $1,60 per annum If pnid in advance. $1,74 per annum if paid within tho first tix month, of tho subscriber's year. $2,00 per nnnuin, if payment be delayed toyond sit month.. itWe occasionally send number to those , woo nro not subscriber, but who are believed to be interested in tho dissemination of nnli-sln-Tcrjr truth, with tho hope that they will either ulcriho themselves, or use their influence to extend it. circulation among their friend. t tTCommuiiicntions intended for Insertion, to be addressed to M ami's H. ltoniN.o Editor. All others to Emilt Komsox, Publishing Ag't. I THE BUGLE. Letter from Joseph Barker. THE BIBLE AND SLAVERY. Mr Dear Fmf.xd : Willi your permission 1 will lay before your renders, a few remark on tho letter o...

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. — 31 January 1852

lotily help Miry rWitmus people of America, o have Poim money In provide fnr my brave voimtrymi-u, Hint they inny linve something better in fight with limn llieir own noils, and you will soon ace 400,000 Hungarian) null ed in resolute attitude, cohnly aliunling out, "Riifs'n, enmo on." Oh, had 1 possessed anna to arm the hundred thousand of volunteer, eneer to fight fr freedom arid liithcrhmd, tint even mo surrender ol Uorgey woult I Imvc liroken i . .. . . uur urnve nimgarv. Dili we were seciuucn from the world. Races, then hostile to u. aiood between n- and the Adriatic and the I..-..., ,r....i.. .1 ., ' i. . icniini on j uiney numuicii me iamine ... , im i io no iiickcu up mini lis. nein iiorini races then stood, friend, now alund l and if vnnr generous encouragement help v n Y. il,wnv. iriendlv r,.,l..ii.. ... i . . iuiiimi wnere wavering ncsmiiinii ruicu. . . . Ucnllcmcn.j , in my comli.ton, am .mlnceri In viiIiih pviti lli.mr. fvin aiiftttof Li tlm . . l . . i . T -ii muskets ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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