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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 31 January 1852

Letter from Cincinnati. Letter from Cincinnati. Cold Weather-the Ohio closed again-State Convention Letter from Cincinnati. Cold Weather-the Ohio closed again-State Convention of Colored People-J. G. Birney's Letter from Cincinnati. Cold Weather-the Ohio closed again-State Convention of Colored People-J. G. Birney's Pamphlet-Roman Catholicism in Cincinnatti Letter from Cincinnati. Cold Weather-the Ohio closed again-State Convention of Colored People-J. G. Birney's Pamphlet-Roman Catholicism in Cincinnatti-Kossuth's Expected visit. CINCINNATI, Jan, 22, 1852. To the Editor of The Bugle : The winter thos far, has boon one of tlio most tcvcre ever known here. Just after my last letter in December, the ico broke up, and for two weeks or more wo hid 1 good stage of water, and tho wharves vera active with the busy scenes of loading and Unloading freight, the rattling of drays, the hum of voices, the screeching of steam-whistles, &c. Now tlis contrast is striking silence, almost univers...

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. — 31 January 1852

Miscellaneous. Woman's Rights. Hocently tho paper have been full of the pro-riedings of the Woman' Kighti Conven iens, t Worcester and other places. It ia c hit cd that in theao ennvontiona inUdel senli- . moist were uttered. We fair thero ie aoma i i.:, laiion fur tho charge, and if ao, muc h cf thf i.ympnthy which these ladica might receive w.l he turned in another direction. 'I he i'.' :ni.lihed editor 01 ihe Windham Co (Vt ) 3 1'iociat Mre Nithols partici; otod in tho in--i ting at Worcratar, and defends their action i i cr columns. While r wash these ladica t.ii- undisputed enjoyment of ref jr acriptural n :;.L no haro some euriositr to know whether t y, as a muss, entertain opinions at variance v h Iho ward of Ood. Will Mrs Nichols give i. . anwcr lJYuiytenan ll'totu, KiwtviUe. . i in. Wo ran say to our Tennessee brother, that v n went to the first Worcester Convention i. no t- ho nssmcd of tho truth in regard to the alleged infidelity of its members, than for aught eU-.c. V'o...

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. — 7 February 1852

vlll T I M A It I US It. ItOHIXSO'V, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." EMILY HOIIISSOX, rubllMilne; Agent. VOL. 7-N0.21. SALEM, COULMBIANA CO., OHIO, FEBRUARY 7, 1852. WHOLE NO. 333. the ami. nil cm bcgle, fuhlithtrt mrjr SaluitLiy, at Salem, Col. Co., U. TanM. !jlt,50 per nnnum if pnitl in advance. 1.73 per annum if paid within tho tint six tnouthi of the subscriber's yc-ir. $1,00 per annum, if payment bo delayed beyond ix month. iytt'e occainii:i11y send numbers to tho.o who aro not subvribpr , but who nre believed to be intorotod in the d!-cininati,in of anti-slavery truth, with the hope tluit they will cither subscribe themselves, or uso their inlluenco to extend iti circulation among their fiicitd. fyCosniniimcntlniid intended fir inertion, to he nrMrcwl to M uucs H. Khun'on, K litor. All others to Kmii.t IIiiiixhon, Publishing Ag't. THE BUGLE. THE BUGLE. The Bible-How its Authority came to be Questioned on the Anti-Slavery Platform. TECUMSEH, Mich., Jan, 22, 1852. To Mr. M...

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. — 7 February 1852

From the Pennsylvania Freeman. Murder of Joseph C. Miller. Wo expressed the opinion lust week that JoF.FU C. Miu.EB MI a victim to the vcrgcanco cf Maryland kidnnppors nnd their accomplices. Vc havo now beforo lis evidenco which must remove from every candid mind nil doubt upon tho aubjeet, and lead to tho incvilablo conclu aion that he was murdered. Letters from tho neighborhood where Miller resided Inform us, thnt his body has heen care fully examined for the third and fourth times, and that poison was found in the stomach ! Tho friends of the deceased were, not satisfied Willi tho post mortem examinations mailo in Maryland, and after tho body had been brought 'homo and hurried, they insisted on having it tnken up and re-examined. T.10 exnminatinn was mailo by Dr. J. YY. Hutchison, assisted by Dr. Dickey. Tho result is staled in a letter now beforo us, from n responsible source. On examining tho neck there was found no contu sion, extravasation of blood, or Injury of the Wood vess...

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. — 7 February 1852

Kossuth in Salem. . " , . On Saturday last, n largo concourse of jiooplo nss.MMhl.Ml in Sulcus In see, nml hear Hungarian. I lu tarried mi hour. Wns addressed fin In.' half of tho citizen.. Iiv Mr. Mm. tlml, to w hich he replied, nlhiiling lo tho stories circulated of hi cxlriivcgance nnd expressed! hi derided opposition lonll need less show and expense nnd his earnest de sire tlmt every thing possible, should he "li ved for tho benefit of his rnuw, 8nver.il members oflliB Snleni Committee accompa nied him lo Alliance. All who navy nnd heard him worn fascinated hy liism. inner nnd liis words. Between threo nml four liim ilruil dollars were paid over to the Hunga rian fund. J Methodist Church. Nothing ran well exceed tho rnifly fidse liond with which tin; Methodist Church in Anti-Shivery lucidities iittcmpls to assert her disconnection with slavciy. There i this difference between the brethren Ninth nml South. The former wish to retain their connexion with pl.ivn holders, lint would ...

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. — 7 February 1852

Miscellaneous. The Slaves of Martinique. The Slaves of Martinique. (Suggested by a Daguerreotype from a French Engraving.) Boamt of noon, like burning lance, through the trco topi flash and glisten, A the ttandt before her lorcr, with railed face, to look and liston, Park but comely, like the maiden in tho ancient Jewish song. Scarcely has the toil of tnskflclds done her graceful beauty wrong, lie, tho strong one and the manly with tho vassal's grub and hue, Holding still his spirits birthright to his higher naturo true j Hiding deep the strengthening purpose of a freeman In his heart At the grcegroo holds his Fetich, from the white man's gaso apart Ever foremost of his comrades, when the dri vers morning horn, Calls away to stilling millhouse, to tho fields of cane and corn, Fall the keen and burning lashes never on his back or limb, Scarce with look or word of censure, turns the driver unto him. Yet his brow is always thoughtful, and his eye is hard and stern Slavery's last and hu...

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. — 14 February 1852

Iff" lje MAItll It. ItOBIXSON, F.1itor. "NO UNION WITD SL1TEII0LDERS." EHILY llOKIXSOX, rubltsliing Agesju VOL. 7--N0. 22. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, FEBRUARY 14, 1852. WHOLE NO. 334. THE A N T I S L H E R T DUGLE, ruXiihttt trc Safscsy, nt Sd'r.a, Col. Co., O. TkrMs. .it,aO per nnnum if paid ina-lrnnrc. . $1,73 per annum if p:iid within the lirst six (months of the subscriber's year. $2,09 per ami'im, if payment be (If !ny?d aovnnti six month., ITWi ocf.l'ioiinlly senj numb. to t1inc , "TO not iu'iv.wcrs, nut ulio are l'.iweu ; to bo interc-to l in the ......cnUiintionof atiti-sla- TCry truth, Willi the hope that they will cither aubscribo themselves or mo their hillnrncc to extend its eirnil.it in:i moni( their friones. I Communic ations intended for iu'ertiir, to bo a ldrccd to M vines H. llnmsoSi IUito-. All others to Kmilv Hiiiixsox, Publishing As't. THE BUGLE. Extracts from the Report of the Eighteenth Anti-Slavery Bazaar. , . AAur n detail of tlio particular offlic Ha gnar ...

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. — 14 February 1852

CTIjc Slnti-SIautru Ctiglc. WHIN QOD COMNAXDS TO TAXI TH1 THVMrXt AStD BLOW A DOLORIH'S OH A 1AHHINO II LAST, IT LIU NOT IN MAN'S WILL WHAT HI (HALL IAY OR WHAT HE SHALL COXCEAL. Milton. 8ALBM, OHIO, 1'EHnUAnr It, 1SJ2. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE meets March 7th. v.sotmt several articles to msko room for the plain, earnest, sensible letter from our friend Huddlciton. Mr. Birney. "He is not dead, but sleepeth." Last week the papers were circulating the ro- luri nine amci yj. n.rncy was ncati, vvo co pied line making tho announcement, thong!; rum circumstances wiiiiin our Knowledge, we wore unnblc to understand how it could be true. Mr. Birnoy himself denies tho fact, in a tele graphic announcement to tho Tribune, which appeared in that pnper tho next morning after the publication of his obituary, in which Horace Orecley visited tho sins of Henry Clay's defeat, and Texas Annexation upon Mr. Birncy's head. Cut though it is not truo that Mr. llirncy is dead, it is true, that las expectation of...

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. — 14 February 1852

Letter from Indiana. DUBLIN, Indiana, Feb. 1, 1852. FniCND Ma nil's : I find, I linvo noglccted advance payment for Tlio Bugle, for ic ernl weeks. Some fifteen or sixteen No.'s I have received nil rend without having pn'ul for lliem. These I believe ure the only papers I ever did subscribe for nnd rend, without having previously pn'ul for tlicni. It being always my ruto to pny for my papers in nd vnnce. As I liuve felt n sort of guilt every pupcr I have rend sinco I Ibund myself n delinquent, 1 hasten to encloso yuii Two Dollars on my nrcotmt. And here I will offer n thought, to llie reudcrs of Tlio JJtigle. I remcmbur rending In some book, when I wan very young, that "Every tn.ill should endeavor to rultivutc u feeling which would not sud'er him to rest satisfied, wliilu lie knew ho justly owed uny limit Anything." Now I would usk each tend r of Thu Bugle, when lie rends, thin, to nop S'.lu ask himself, do 1 owe imy lli.it 1 ought to pay? And if so rise nnd send it on im mediately....

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. — 14 February 1852

THE BUGLE. For the Bugle. The Farmer. A NEW "BONG OF LABOR." I ting not of tho warrior with hit Moody wreath of bay, I ting not of tho lordling in hi princely mitn (ion gay, I leave tho proud and wealthy mid the world' turmoil My (impia muso find fitting theme, in tho til ler of the toil. When o'er tho verdant landscape tho vernal unthino fall, He not like ome Rtcrn dcTotco immured in gloomy wall, Touring over musty law-book, through tho bright and blessed hour j For him nro Qod' blue heaven, tinging bird, and blooming flowers. A hi bright share turns the furrow round him wave tho budding trees. And his brown check feel the kisses of the violot-scontcd breeze, lie hoar tho robin tinging in thomaplo branch es high, While o'er him tweept the swallows gaily troop ing through tho sky. Thus ho labors, blithely tinging through tho bright and tunny hours, Hut when the earth is moistened by tho gcntlo April showers, Ho plants tlic fruit and forest fcfccs around his cottnge fair, Tho maple 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. — 21 February 1852

m i m m i i i ItlAHII S It. IlOUI.S4!cV, Editor. so union wirn slaveholders." EMIL.Y HOIJISO, Publishing Agent. VOL. 7--N0. 23. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, FEBRUARY 21, 1852. WHOLE NO. 335.. THE A.UI-SLAVm Bl'GLE, rVisittl teerf Satur.tny, at Sam, Col. Co., O. - Tkiim. $1,50 pernniitnn if pnitt in a Ivaneo. $1,74 per annum if paid within the llrst lix tnonths of Clio subscriber's year. $-',00 per annum, if payment be delayed bcy m I nix months. i f 'We nc-cnMonnlly tend miml crs to tliono wao arc nm subscriber, hut who nro believed li he intrroste.l in llio iliscminntinii of nnti-sln-ery truth, with !v. hope that they vi:i cither iiliszriho tlirmaelvc, or mo their hitlurnco to CjVn.'liI circulation among their friends. t s"C'immnii:cntinii Intrnlril fnr iiirTtinr, to he addressed to M 11. HnniNVvx, lvlitnr. All others to Kmii.y Uuii.xaox, l'ublishing Ag't. THE BUGLE. The Pope of Rome. The Pnpo nf Rnnm is preparing two alone to In) iiicnpnr.ited intii 'I t1 Wiisltingtnu Muii timcnt....

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. — 21 February 1852

Wn willii.g to irrlfiVo hill own i-h.-irncler : Kir ITin ftevrit of his nciitlihor; nml when ever shall ho nhte m n,nw llrni iisi'mii X B, Ihu interests, of 11 class, not of the whole, Hie interests ol n portion (,f , outiin, not if llm mosses, tiro miWrvnl I y Im.KIiim; our cllow.iiicn it, liilagH, then we. shall spiko Hie guns of tha enemy mill Itirn tlivir artille ry lo nnr eli I wnnt yon to turn your ")th frnm iiiMitii t.oi.s to me,,. Tho d.lucul.y r.f the present day mul Willi us is, vV nre bulli-nl liy instil..- lion. A tnnn gets up in tjio pulpit, or Kits Jn J'.c tsmcii, nml wo allow ourselves to ho milled hy the judge or the chivy man, w lipn, if ho Mom! si.lu !,y ri i:li ih on llm Inii It pnvpinenl. n n miili indiviil.tiil, Ins iiv. woiilil not liiivn ilii-tmln , tn.r clenr iIm"'k!i'3 .irnv, u.u ii':iy ni rru'n nnu-ni.ive- lyinini? ihiM, S'nfd on thu piilt;il of nur own iiulit idiiiil indi prtiiieiier, siiinmoii Jli?o InslitiitioliN it limit Mm, .-mil juilyn iliem. J'he qii...

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. — 21 February 1852

The Gallery of Gods. Brother t I have bcrn very much In. tereated With the account friend lately c.avo tne, of hii visit to what ho called "the gallery of the Uodt." It it a collec tion which tlio mis. eionarics hare made, of tlio images which heath n notiona worship as Ooda. lis aaid ho was much impressed while viewing thoo rcprcscnta tioni of what the imagination of men had con trived to conjure up of the Creator. The god of tho Indian, f ir instance, was re presented by a image of somo ancient remarka ble chieftain warrior. IIo said thut every lin eament of thia imago acemcd to embody terrible liidcouancM, I ventured to aufjgest to my friend, that if the gods of aomo men who call themselves Christians," were but ao carved nut in wood, their appearance would be anything but lore!'. Dlcttcd are the puro in liemt," tays I'ivino Wisdom, "for they slwll tee Ood." How can ny butauch, discover tho truo character of the Infinite Creator ; and how accurately will tho image of t tnau'e god...

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. — 21 February 1852

Miscellaneous. From Chambers' Journal. What to do in the Meantime? It linn Iippii frequently rpinniketl by n phil odilirr of our iicqiui'mluiice, whose only fnull i iuiprnrlindulity, tlml in liln thpre i but lino real ililtenliy ; iiii 1 simply whnl to itii hi llie meantime ? Tim thesis require HO floliiolistiiilinn. Il pome homo In the vxperienre of every uinu who Ileitis it liter ril. From thu rtiinuiry pot t-t th eellnrs of society, grptit niiil email, scholar mill flown, i ll fl:iM of struggling liiitnniiiiy am niii('ully alive to it trmli. Tho nu ll to wliiini tlif question is prretiii npiilly cnilinrriiFsiiig urn thorn! who limn i i ther pecuniary cxpt-ciniicit snr puses IhIi-hIm of mil mi! pailicuhir kind, no whoso recogni tion dy oilier their itinlciiid n'OKii!ii:y de pend. It limy I"! Ih'iiI ilnwn n u general uxioMi, in hiii'Ii rnnrn. Unit tlm worst thing n mull i'n 1 1 tin lit to wait, unit 1 1 in lient thing he Cull iln i In tvr A" ; that i in b.iv, Hint in i.ino rnscsnut...

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. — 28 February 1852

ItllltllS It. HOHI.SO, Tditor. VOL. 7-NO. 24. "JiO UNION WITH SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO.,, SLAVEHOLDERS." WHO, FEBllUAM 28, E.WLV 1852. IIOIUVSOV, Pnblllilnr Agent. WHOLE NO. 336. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, tublishcd every Saturday, at .Salem, Cot. Co., O. Teiimi. $1,50 per mmum if paid in n lvnnre. 1,7.5 per annum if paid within tho Urst nix mnntlu of tho subscriber's year. $J,00 per niiiuun, if payment bo delayed beyond six months. IV" Wo occasionally send numbers to those Who nro not subscribers, l)ut who nro bclirvccl to bo interested in tho dissemination of ant i-sln-vcry truth, with tho luipe that they will cither subscribe themselves, or use their influence to extend it circulation among their friend. ryCoinmunicntion intended for insertion, to bo addrossn 1 to M vmts K. Komxsux, Editor, Aiiomers iojyuii.y koiiinsox, ruhlishing A n't, THE BUGLE. The Bible Question. Cadiz, Ohio, Feb. 16, 1852. Mr. IlENnr C. WniottT, Pear Friend h your letter directed to us, which appealed in Tho Bugle...

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. — 28 February 1852

poko to me, ns a boy, through tliO lips of Quincy and Sullivan, of Webster nnd Otis, Imi sunk down to tho miserable soph istry of this mountebank! nnd I ll-U proud of tlia city of my birth, ns 1 looked down on the mumming multitude hrnentli mc, on whom hit spasmodic chatter fell like n wet blanket. (Orent laughter nml cheering.) Ilo did not dare to touch second time on the fugitive Slave Hill. Me tried it once, with hie doctrine of 'inlanioii ethics,' and Ilia men were as silent as the pillars nround ihcii. Ah, thought I, ire Imve been here a lit tlo too often before; ntid if wu Imve not im pressed tho srnl of our senliments very ilcrply on the people, they Imve nt tenet learned tlint immcdinto emancipation, though possibly it be n d renin, is not 'inlii moiis ethics' ; mid that such doctrine, the Declaration of Imlicndcnce mid tho Sermon on tho Mount, need more thnti the flashy rhetoric of n Webster retnincr to tear them nsomler. (Greut cheering.) The judges of the Commonwealth the...

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. — 28 February 1852

Letter from Cincinnati. CINCINNATTI, Feb. 20, 1852. XohhIM reception in CincinnaUi AiMrett to the peopUDelegatet and "material aitt'llii juturi motemvit: To the Blitor of The Ought i Tor two weeks past, "Kossuth and Hungarian freedom," has been the absorbing theme of tho newspapers, and of public meetings and privnto conversa tion. Tho distinguished visitor has received a most enthusiastic welcome, and duting his stay among ut thus fur, tho strongest evidences of admiration for himself, and sympathy with tho causo of Hungary have been exhibited by tho mass or our citizon. Kossuth's levecs at tho Burnet House bis addresses to tho delegations who havo daily waited upon him, notices of the meetings of iho various Hungarian Associa tions, tho "tubitantial aid" given him by these and by many private oitixent j tho rations items of "Kossuth-iana," havo been tho ttnplo sub jects in our dailies for nearly two weeks past, and tho Interest felt In them by tho people has been kept up mott assi...

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. — 28 February 1852

THE BUGLE. From the Liberator. Elizabeth M. Chandler. IIalibak, Raisim, Mich., ) January 21, 1852. $ Ufa Garmsosi The memory of those who loved you nml sympathised with you in your incipient efforts in behalf of llie American slnve, and were truo to the end, must bo dear to you. ' Of these," none hnd a deeper or moro abiding sympathy 'hnn K. M. Chandi.fr. 1 ni now at her brother's, Thomas Chan dler, ot his residence, in Michigan, n pleas nnt ploco on llio river Ilnisiii, wliich the win wont to call llnzlchank. She ramo here with her brother in IKK), when it wan a new country t here lived with him in n log cabin ; licre (hud in 151; nml bcro bcr c.irllily tub' rruacli) was deposited in tlio earth, on a pleasant rim of ground, which I see from tnv window, which was nt that time covered with pleasant shrubbery, and which she her- ell chose ns her resting-place. I have been looking over her writing desk, licr correspondence, her manuscripts, her scraps of poetry, written on slips of pap...

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 March 1852

fyf1 r to... . Wv3 A.. -M -l-t -., I.I ' WAIIIUS R. ROBIXSON, Editor. ".HO l .11 0.1 WITn SUTEIIOLDERS." V0L.7-N0. 25. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MARCH 6, 1852. WHOLE NO. 337. J TIT Hint in in .TVS AilTI-SLlTERT BUGLE, 1 PbtM ry Saturday, tU Saltm, CoL Co., O. 15 . . . v Tmm.- 1,40 per annum if paid in advance a 9 1.75 per annum if paid within the Urst six (Months of tlio iubcriber's year. ' ' $1,00 per annum, if payment be dclnycd beyond lit montlii. r- tWo occasionally send numbers to tliono who aro not subscriber, but who am believed to bo InteroUod in tho dissemination of anti-sin- Terjr truth, with tho hopo that they will cither subssribo themselves, or use their tulluenco to extend it) circulation among their fiionds. !3r"C'ominuiiicatlona IntcnlcU for insertion. to bo a Id rotted to M ami's H. Hiiiino, Editor, ' AllothoratoKxiLY H)nixio.t, Publishing Ag't. THE BUGLE. A Macedonian Phalanx. The Bnlliinore American, npproprintct this - title to ilia Union I'nrty. According to ...

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 March 1852

rninis li ('ll Mil 1 l'T''' -"b .i i. , , . " j,,,,,m ... . . nll.r..e).cmp.mi.cnMy represent I... ..mplo , it, ,, rnsu iny.dvmg tl.o rig it o .... " J " " ""in, nn-i tliry nro linlil because ll.cy lire lit thn right. ijmwromeniiji oilier nro cower.! liccm.se ... rff ir.:iiMii iMU cne.iiH'i ol Iho ioople. Om it bmitli limy well iii v to Liwreiicc, (n hn li.l w lieu ho luitnci i.awrorro wits contriving la pet rid ol lilit firtr.i.ii'ilit nn.l imt I Hi . .unM t to... in ki.uiii me Binvo Jerry. I.y means ol xvnmint insued hy coiiitiiissiiinrr S ihiiie U lio put over, liy honk 6i liy crook. Luwrciteu Is striving lo lend the prosecutor into n ilo. niurrcr instead of trying it in the ordinary way. II wants to pel it away from tho jury if ho can if he can ! Tho ro.eeiiiiou urj,'n n trial, the deftuisc urges a put off. " And 1)0 it remumlvrod, w hether tho csso is ul). initted lo eourt or jury, it w ill rml in coiivie- tion. Not to punish Hurry Allen, hut citlo tho ri:hls of tho peolo hy Ir...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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