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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 6 March 1852

losiulh in Eciitucky . On the 2th ult., Kossuth visitrl Covington, Kjr., was welcomed in n speech by Kx-Oovcr- nor Morehcad, tlio same, who iioino years since, cam as tho agnnt of Kentucky with " interven tion," to prevent tho repeal of onr block laws. We linro just rend Kossuth' reply. If wo do iot mistake it will open tlio eye of sonic of li'ncnihusiast'c admirer. It it n piece of sjco pliancy worthy of Com or Buchanan, of Web ler or Fillmore. lie plaster the South with out stint, with flattery. llo appeal to "the warmth and life of the South, against the chil ling irosti of despotism." Hotel! tho tricky South, w hich lie scrim to know has by i'.s false lioocl and chicanery, been ublc for three quarters if n century to outwit even yankeo cuteness, that " they oro ttiaig'it, khort in vrrds ami harp in deed", their licarls upon their lips." T slaveholders, whose character he well knows, tiosay " I h ito tyrnnU nn;l fettr nobody, but Almighty God." This ho ays, when from fear of thes...

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 March 1852

Miscellaneous George Sand. [From a Letter of Margaret Fuller Ossoli] You wished In hear of (Jeorge Sniul, or, nt they bsv in 1 uris, "Mailame biiihI. I find (lint nil we hml heard of her win true in (lie oiillinu; I had supposed it niii(lil Im exaggerated. She limJ every reason iu leave iter husband, a stupid, tirutnl iiinii, who insulted nihI neglected licr. 11b afterward gnvo up llii'ir rliilil to lirr for n sum of moii vy. Hut tlm love for w hich sho left him lus tuil not well, mill she tins had a scries of lov its, nud I am told linn 0110 now, with wlinin sho lives on tlio footing of combined menus, independent IViciididiip ! Hut she takes rnnk in society like n limn, for the weight of tier thoughts, nnd litis just given her daughter in innrringi). Her ion I n grown up young mnii, mi nriist. Mntiy women visit her, mid esteem it mi honor. Even mi American here, nnd with the feelings of our country on such subjects, Mr. thinks of her . with high esteem. Sim liua broken wilh La. Al...

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 March 1852

Stiiik "lAIUlTS It. UOIIIIVSON, Editor. "SO UNION WlTn SL1TE1I OLDERS." CJIILV UOUINSOX, Publishing; Agent. VOL. 7-NO. 26. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MARCH 13, 1852. WHOLE NO. 338. THE ASTI-SLUERT BUGLE, Fublithed every Saturday, at Saltm, Cut. Co., O. TiBMi. fl,50 per annum if paid in advance, $1,79 per annum if paid within the tirst six months of tho tubtcriber'i year. $1,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond six months. t"p" We oecationnlly tend numbers to those who arc. not subscribers, but who are believed to bo interested in tho dissemination of anti-sla very truth, with tho hopo that they will cither ubs -ribo themselves, or use their infliienco to extend its circulation among their fi lends. t7Communicationa intcnlcd for Insertion, to ho a Idrcssed to Mmu'i U. Romsso, Editor, All others to Emilt Hownsom, Publishing Ag t. THE BUGLE. Kossuth on National Robbery and Lying. TECUMSEH, Mich., Feb. 27, 1852. Dear Mamus; I linvo just read the speech of Kossuth nt Salem. In it...

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 March 1852

oiy, 1 know well Ha double tonguo. Hut br Hint Julius fiiee nml Hint doublet tnignc, it could never have aiicreeded in getting no lunch of my tune Mid ti n thousand dollurs of my money. It litis its ilrnsrs lor iicming me rnra oi me siiivciioider 01 me Eolith, niul its phrases for seducing the nnti Invcry limn of the North. It tells Hie slave holder, that tlin removal of llm free colored jmople will leave him secure in the posses ion of his sieves und it tells the ntifiHlnvciy man, thnt tho Colonization Hociety ia the agency for lircukinit up shivery, und for civ ilizing nnd christianizing Africa. Yen, my dear Sir, jon Imvo been de ceived tty the fnlsulmixls of llm Col onizitioii HnriiMy. I beg you to he de ceived hy them no longer. If you will look into llio yrii!ty with your own ryes, Jon will wnsh your IihikIm ol it ns soon nayou can, lino ns clean ns you run. n il u in inn ny us falsehoods only, thnt you hnve been dn'rivcil, Jt ia hy ita fancies nlso. 1 well i ciiirinlx r tlie i...

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 March 1852

The Ninth Annual Report of the Cincinnati Anti-Slavery Sewing Circle. RECEIPTS. llalancc In tho Treasury, In subscriptions nntl donations, Proceeds of bazaar, fcc., 650,01 $791,21 EXPENDITURES. To Levi Collin, nid to Fugitives, 0,1. (HI Expenses of Convention, 67,00 Tn H. Jt. Wnnl, (!0,00 Mcxxri. Trent and Mathews, 2.5,(10 For A. 8. Standard and lluglo.Fostnge.fce. 19,73 To Western Society for liugle, 100,00 J)r. RrMniio, 2.,no Jlenrv J)ilil, 25, 00 Hull ior Razanr, 13,00 Tolal, (,511,21 Owing to tlio temporary absence of tlio Secre tary from the city, the President ofii red the fol. lowing Report : Tlio Society lias held fifty regular meetings inco tho last Annual Report, and nix hoard meeting. At most of them the attendance had heen good. Tho largest number present nt any one was eighteen, tho smallest number live. Wc have held two social meeting", one ut Spring Oaiden in June, 80 present, O.ie at Mount Otis, in celebration of ):mnucipat!nn in the liritish West Indies, tlx: iii't ...

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 March 1852

Miscellaneous. From the British Journal. The Two Useful Wives. AN OLD TALE OF CHINA. BY FRANCES BROWN. Tint annals of Chirm Inform in thstal one period in I he history of that ancient empire, its people were completely enthralled hy a certain sect of mnfriciniiK, the secret of whoso cloininniion isy in llieir power of producing extraordinary illusions. So perfect was their nrt in this recpnet, tlint, according to ono his eyes o'r ears, till Whang the Eleventh, by an imperitil edict, commanded tluirn all into torian, no man in Lluna could trust liia own perpetual banishment among the western harharians; which lucky riddnnco for the bind is said to bnve been brought about in .the following manner. Whang the Elev enth, whom bia subjects siirnamed the lover of gardens, on account of his singular tnsto for horticulture, not only much enlarged tho imperial pleasure-grounds at Pckin, but pla ced them under the chnrge of two gardeners, esteemed the most tkilliil in his dominions, and named ...

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 March 1852

Ml It I IS II. KOBIKSOft, Editor. "NO UMON WITH SLUEUOLDERS." nUILV 1101110. liiblttitNff A !! I. VOL. 7N0. 27. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MARCH 20, 1852. WHOLE NO. 3:39. THE ANTI-SLAVERY DL'GLE, PubliihcA ivery Sciturrfny, at Sahm, CjI. Co., O. Tbbms. Jjtl.60 per annum if paid in advance. $1,73 per milium if paid within the first nix mouths of the tutwrilvr- yrnr. $2,00 per annum, if payment be dclnycd beyond six month. I7Vo occasionally lend numbers to thnso who are mt su'uerilii r-i, hut who arc believed to bo int"r3tcdin the d,cniinntinn of nnti-sln-rery truth, with the hope thnt they will cither uhvriho tlicmsilves, or use their influence to rxtendits circulation among their liieuds. t (r""lmmi ideations Intended fr.r inarrtion. to ho a llro'te 1 to M hv It. K 'WMni, Editor, All other to I'Nu.v llntNM, Publishing Att't. THE BUGLE. Wr Lnhur no I in I'ttln. Hirhard D. Well!) ol I) ihlin, Cnmmttui- rates the follow ing, to lliu Liberator ; it is frnm a work 1 1 1 i i ! 1 "Thi- c...

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 March 1852

Who liml been living lnKther In tlnrmbnoil mid eelt'-sntistind wickedness. It i an e- entml pint of Repentance. It ia stage of thnt conviction ot in whir.h must precede Regeneration. Tito fuel uf tlio Aliolilionist not being popular 1 nothing to the. pur jinso. Or, r.ilher, it in most materially to tlio pur pone, inasmuch it is n proof thnt they linvo flonu their work well. Tln-y who tiiiiku oth ers uncomfortable in their minds, bndie s or states, are not liiMiiilly well beloved, until the beneficent purposo of tlio disturbance hits wrought itself not. Popnhirity wn not pre. cisely the enil they hud in view when Ihey net out ; so tln-y mo not concerned lit having missed it. The disturbance of the npalhy Of Iho general mind liy the recital of the facts, mid tho exposure of thn designs of Shivery jwns their purpose, nud to its accom plishment llicy Imvo applied themselves with what mount hiiJ energies they could commnnd. The idlocl of tins stimulus thus given to tliB American mind hav...

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 March 1852

Letter from Baltimore. BALTIMORE, March 8th, 1852. Totto Ettilor of Tht Unfit : I havo been thinking for Some time, of tolling you lomc- thing about Baltimore, and htr doings j hut many circumstances beyond my control, havo ' conspired to prevent. Mat indignation now j force ftseW above circumstances: Indignation for acts se mean and unprincipled, and to dis graceful to a city professing to bo at least civili an The Hutchinson, art now hero, charming number! who flock to hear their most enraptur ing songs, but snme over officious bodies, desi rous to show oft" their willingness to do tho dirty Work of tho vulgar crowd, havo posted up on moat of the public pla cs, notice, advising tho citizen not logo and hear tho AbMlionisltl Stating Out they havo been primo movers in that cause, and aro a going to sing that kind of tonga. Although they honor the Hutchinaons, hy their intended epithet', they show their own littleness of soul, hy trying to stamp them ai monsters, (for till abolitioni...

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 March 1852

Miscellaneous. From the Home Journal. The Hutchinsons. In B llltle bonk, fiilillfri " Tim Hook of jVoHiers, or the Hiliry nf llm llnicliiiiwui Futility," whit-It Ii-m lately npprurrd, we find inrnn Hirtirul irn rt-.- -( i i tr tltn riirn-r nf the impul ir singers, whirh, if we mistake not, our render will drem inter., imr. From the choir of n villa;: church, in New II nunnhirr, M.-irv L-nviit, our fmr fun- tiny, fiily yenr ngo, n.uiif her wny to the heiirl of Jcnne 1 1 1 I -1 1 i t 1 1 , n farmer' koii, WllO B it, ill IlllllM-spilll Sllit, IIIIIIMIg thn run- gregntion. Ib-llr thru were, not; but Mary was the brnn'y ol llie village rnny,roy, run tir, nml nimee... J.-ne h ii burn uillirteil ID tin) violin, liiit had lately, limn rrlitioiM uriili. huntf ! I'll" fi l'llr in I tin- how;" mill nilcrwoii iU. In iii.iku assurance doubly sure, h nl rut hit i.'iuieriit instrument into inhirrn fcirrt. Hit, could mil whililr iiwny In Di'ioiiiltil voire, uml co roniiiinril to be tit union lur bi...

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 March 1852

IT 4 lllf if i i JIAUH S II. ;:oi5iso."V, Iirfifor. "So union with snvi:iioLi)Ei:s:' SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MAIICJL 27," J 852. i:III.V ltOni vo, I'liMltliinff Agent. VOL. 7-NO. 28. WHOLE NO. 340. THE A JITI-SLAYERY DCGLE, iVi lied cecry S,ilur,lni, nt .Si'. ,, ('.. r,i., c), Trti'ti. $1,51) prr nnnum if j-.al.l in n Ivnttec. .'1 t.T-S per miii!'!:i if I'ii'il wltiiin the lir.t six-r-i ritli" hi' the I'lbs Tih-tVjvir. $ -1,0 t per annum, if payment lie de'iycd In'.vimd six nnnllii, CV.Vc otr.i'i mally sen niim' cri 1 1 tliorr who nrc nit su'inTi'icr., but who nr" vc.l to he int"r:to I in the il .e:uii.;-.t:Mi f .n!i .. very truth, with the h ;ie lh.it thry v. i.5 cither !!m .fill's thP:ti'--:-'iVt-, or ne !i-!r h.'l t. :: c to extend its eir 'ulitinn anions their fiicndi. ?"C oiiimimii ntioiis intenlrl f r in lerlinn. to ho a l.lro isc.l to M iiur. K. U nuniv, V. lit ir, All others to lltfit.Y KnUN'tix, l'.ihm king As'l, THE BUGLE. THE BUGLE. From the Liberator. Disunion. "The...

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 March 1852

From the Post. Slavery in California. Tha large and respectable body of our follow citiions, who said and thought tlint slavery could not exist in California, and that all legis lation for ita Introduction there unnecessa ry and factious i tho eminent statesmen who pronounced tho Wlmnt proviso goafs wool of no uso to a territory already sufficiently pro tected from slavery by tho unrepealed onti alavcry articles against it in tho Mexican consti tution i and those who thought tho patriarchal institution wns excluded from all our Pacific territories by the will of Ood i alt are invited to pcruso tho debate and proceeding of the Legis turo of this thrico protected state, upon a hill introduced tlx re at tho commencement of the current session, "for the surrender of fugi tives from lubor." They will pcrccivo that a bill has passed the Assembly after very f u 1 debate by a voto of 42 to 11, making a slave of every person within tho state who was a slave prior to tho adoption of the const...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 27 March 1852

Slavery in California. For Hmo months pn't efforts have b(cn ma king to divide Calibrnin, in order to nu.ke a love state of tlic Southern portion. This mcn uro the slavcocrncy livo not prosed to consu mation, probably becnuso they prefcrod the whole to a part, and hoping that delay would giro them all. Tho legislature has now taken the responsibility of attempting to abolish tho constitution of tho stnte and introduce slavery 'Without further ceremony. So Hint if the Sen to and Governor Biglcr shall agree to the mea sure, California may now bo set down as a slavo stnte, to all Intents and purposes. To be suro tho Supreme Court, If it has rrgnrd for its own authority or dignity, may annul the law, but tho strong majority by which it passed the House of Hrprcscntntivcs, would t ccm to inti mate that it is not so very odious a measure with the people. Though accounts stnto that there is much excitement prevailing In consequence of this legislative usurpation. Thus it seems that Franco ...

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 March 1852

Miscellaneous. A Word about Newspapers. A Word about Newspapers. Translated from the French for the Ohio Statesman III Tho Newspaper, liy n revolution operated nlmost within our own recollection, Inn ra phicetl linoks, w Inch have no l.moor iiii ef fective existence, tha piiliif, the tribune, nml in general nil other moans of whirh reason, ifoiiiiiH nml Imlli furnirrlv availed Ihcnipeli rs to impress their influence upon the greatest number of intellects. Its weight ennlemplatcd by llii! niil of Iti'nni hits crushed nil these uolt- iu-li u noiils rethipcd ihrm to n paste, lolled tlirm nut from tinder lis r) limli I', in tin' liinii of phecls, nml linnlly sent thrni limb doubled up into Journals, daily, weekly nml pri indie, d. This iiiotiuunrphnsis u ill endure us luiri ns it run it i the idlaiml the limtastic old do tard, Time Ncvcrlln loss, within n huh: while, llin whole world, 1 k- lh" mini i'l the liurfery nmj, Inn donned n tmiliivm of up v jinprr. r-'nnu! people rejoice m it, ...

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 April 1852

tf TIT Hit it- i JtlAKIVS It. ROHINSO, I'.riitor. "SO L'SIO.I WITH S L A V E II 0 L "n E R S E.1III.Y ItOimso. lii1lisliliir Agent. VOL. 7-NO. 29. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, APRIL 3, 1852. WHOLE NO. 341. TO AJTLSIHERT BUGLE, fubUihed icery Saturday, at Salem, Cot. Co., O Tbwvs. t..S0 per nnnimif Tnid In advance. .$1,75 per nnnum if paid witiiin tho first nix itnnntlis of tho subscriber ycnr. $2,00 per (in nn in, if payment be delayed (Beyond six months. . f7Wo occasionally send numbers to those who are not subscribers, but who nre tielievcil rtu bo interested in tho dissemination of initi-nla-Tory truth, with tho hnpo that they will either subscribo themselves, or use their inllncnco to .extend iti circulation among their friends. ryCommunlcntlons intrnled for iurrtinn. to be addressed to Minus R. Hiiiin'on, liditor. All others to Khily IMiiinson, Publishing Ag't. THE BUGLE. Daniel Webster and Liberian Independence. Several pious gentlemen Divinci.nnd others re- rently spent asoci...

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 April 1852

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 7. Emancipation. Mb. Editor: Within the Inst few weeks, I have noticed in your paper- several disres pectful, not to any contemptuous, allusion to the Emancipation party of Kentucky. These allusion nre to be found in tlie com munication of your correspondents, onl not in your editorial remark. Sometime the party i represented a vanquished, prostrated, (lend. If o, 1 ug gest that there is not niiirh magnanimity in triumphing over it. My object, Mr. Editor, in this coininunirntiiin is, to ascertain from you, or Mine of your correspondents, wheth er it is the policy of the Whips of the Stute to proscrilio iho'Emniieipntioiiista. 1 have con it Mated, Ihnt Judge Underwood' einiili ripation sentiments precluded the possi bility of liia rc-olcctinii to the United Suite Senate. I have heard intelligent gentlemen any, also, that Mr. Crittenden could not ho elected, hecnuse Im was suspected of favor ing tho Emancipation heresy. If thia ho true, suppose 1 inquire h...

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 April 1852

NO. 29. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. UNION SCHOOLS. To the People of Perry Township. FttOW-ClTIflMl( It is the right of every child In our town hip. to receive a thorogh education. It is our duty to furnish "ths mcens of tuch n education, For the discharge of this duty, we hare abun dent mean, and the Legislature of our state, has frisdy indicated the mcthod.by which it can be aeeoswpUshsd. We aik your consideration ef the provisions for tho establishment of Vnion, Gradtd Free School: We ask it. Because, our present aystcm of common school education is entirely Inadequate to the wants of the community. Our district schools, with even the best of teachers, are noccssarily inferior la character. The funds do not authorize their .continuance, as largo a portion of the year as ia desirable, ucsless, incompetent, and therefore cheap teachers aro employed. They have not, end cannot have, anythiny like suitable apsra- tus for tho Illustration of science. They have not houses, recitation rooms, ...

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 April 1852

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL.1 7. Miscellaneous. The Blind Fiddler. Ono dismally ngv nnilriiiiivnrt!it'i.ii in November Inst, when the streets, dollied in : n viac'ul pnrm nt of thirk nml slippoiy """'' j were iinssnblo only nt a miiiii'o pace, because every stim forwnrd simt yon half n step hack ticnm when no one whom futo or equally inexorable business, did not drive built, v n- turcil to brave the misty atmosphere frnughl with- cntnrrh mid inllucnz.i I heard ihu sound of n fiddlo ootsido my window. Tin: ...... ii,..mllv niiemnt nt n Henteh , reel snd tlio Incongruity of tlio spcetncle j! conjured up to my imnphiiition compared " ' .. ..' i.. :. with tlie ncliial sci no neioiu mjr i-j", " justawnked mo to tho p-rreplion ol the fcomie, when tho music sinhltnly ceased III the niiddlo ol'the second Mnvc, nnd I heard the sound of a fall; and n faint ejaeuhuinii, half sigh, hull' groan, which immediately followvd, brought mc to tho door to seu what was the innttcr. It wns already gellin...

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 April 1852

JUitilatoJCtt! Ctrl! 0 MARIUS R ROI1INSON, Editor. ii HO C1II011 WITH SLATEDOLDERS." E.nil.V HOBIWSOtf, Publishing Agent. VOL. 7-NO. 30. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO.i OHIO, APRIL 10, 1852. WHOLE NO; 342. THE IRTMLlf ERf BUGLE, Fuolithsi ivtry Saturiay, at SaUm, Col. Co., 0. Tirmh. $1,60 per annum If paid In advance. $1.74 per annum if paid within the first fix months of tho subscriber's year. $2,00 per annum, If payment be delayed beyond six months. ITWe occasionally send numbers to those who are not subscribers, but who are believed to be Interested in tho dissemination of sntl-sla-rcry truth, with tho hope that they will either subscribe themselves, or use their influence to extend its circulation among their friends. rTCommunication intended for Insertion, to he addressed to M&ntu R. Hobinson, Editor, All others to Emily Robinson, Publishing Ag't. THE BUGLE. Jerry and his Persecutors. This tmin Jerry is likely to prove a hard customer. Ho liaa removed, indeed, to tlio King' Dominion...

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 April 1852

Congressional Dicussion. If our reader are not enlightened by column! of congressional speeches tint winter, it it bo cause we Uilnk wo can iervo tliem much bet ter. Tho following however was cut out for in scTtton.last week, but was necessarily omitted. Mr. Rutland said ihnt lie would any to llip Scnntor from New lIaintshiro llinl, lis ho milled yestprdny, lie lind kicked llm lice soil eutf of the foundation of I ho Cniilol wiili 1 1 is foot, hiuI it would nppcnr llint t lie people of New Hampshire weru disposed lo net in tho fniiie manner with tlit ir 1'rec Huil rcpre Bcntaiive in llm Hennte. Me. Halo said, tluit he liml not n word In any i I , t llm tnslo which prompted tlio per. somil iciiinikof the Senator ; lint it liud been tlio fill' of Tree Soil, when it could not lio met v.-it'i rciison, argument, or intelligence, to be put down by such menus, uois wore n great nrgnment against Free foil, ntitl wero ulwnj s resorted to by iu opponent. Hut tlio S enntnr lind nlso said, tlui...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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