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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 10 April 1852

Notes From the Lecturing Field. It j so long since I last wrote, that I hardly inow whera to begin these hasty notes. My last doted with the commencement of the meet fcigt it Ann Arbor. This is a place of very con oiderable site and Importance, Among other thing to (fire it character is the Michigan Uni versity. Every thing about this Institution ap fears to be on a liberal scale Except perhaps the regents or controlling Influence, which is father hunkerish on the slave question. . My meetings were hold in the Court House, nd were tolerably well attended, that on Satur day night being quite enthusiastic On Sunday I spoke twice, endeavoring to unfold and en force the great doctrine of Christianity love to tboraca. Good was done. The cause has good friends there in the persons of Jacob Valance, .Richard Olazicr and others; at tho house of the Jast named, who has for many years been a minister of tho Society of Friend, I had such Jioaae as a weary person needs. Itichard .accompanied mo...

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 April 1852

Miscellaneous. Social Matters in Washington. From the Washington Correspondent of the Pittsburgh Gazette. It Is ahout two years since the "good ra eiety" or Washington, which in its xliticnl (Tin it ins knows no north, no east, no west nothing in fact but slavery set on foot a rigid social proscription of all that savored of frce-eoilism and liberality of sentiment upon any subject. Man is a gregarious ani mal and hates seclusion and exclusion. Ell wood Fisher and the philosophers of thnt school, had defiubd "good society" to consist In owning herds of two-legged chatties call ed men by physiologists, but designated by the former only ss property. The owning, end the breeding, and selling of this property hare been made the tests of gentility, polish and refinement at thp sent of government fur anoui iwo generations ot men. Mntiy north ern men, taught to abhor the feelings and principles which were a second nutiire to the rood society of the Federal riiv. had looked over the wall th...

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 April 1852

PlTlilfl ft KI tltll 3 It. HOIilXSOX, Editor. "NO IJIlOJi WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." ILUILV iroitlSO., Publishing Agent. VOL. 7-NO. 31. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, APIUL 17, 1852. WHOLE NO. 343. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, rMiihtil every Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., 0. Tbbmi. $1.50 per milium if paid in advance. $1,75 per annum if paid wit'nin tlio first six tnonthi of the subscriber's year. $1,00 per annum, If payment be dclnycd beyond six month). nPVe occasionally tend numbers to those who nro not subscribers, but who lire believed . to be interested in the dissemination of nnti-sln-,,vcry truth, with the hope thnt they will either subsoribo themselves, or use their influence to extend it cireulution among their friends. F"Cominunicstions intended for insertion, to be addressed to Maiiu It. Ribino, Kditnr, All other to Eui.T KiniNSox, Publishing Ag't. THE BUGLE. American Hypocrisy. We nro called a "grent people," a " wiso ieoIe," wo nro culled, mid we cull ourselves, a " 'ret people;" but ...

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 April 1852

doctor. Hero wn linve the key llmt unlock tlio interest llmt slave-holders manifest fur their slaves in sickness. I lu believed more over, that ii wns 11 legitimnto t:iitn:r'! nn much m ns nny other. Among other rea sons nddiit-ed, to sus'nhi Ina position, win, llmt it tended to e'enrife the trhile met'. In wlmt wny, it in dillicult lor ma to divine. Certainly not tlm masses of tlm wtiito pco ile nmong whom slavery exists; fur ns re (ccti virtue, intelligence, ctliiriuitin, and domestic roriifria no mm would tliink of comparing tho whitri l.ilioi iny; pol l ion of tlio slave Hinted v. ith tlml of the lite, ('.in It cull forth nml strengthen llm imlilcr mid hotter feelings of tint hrnrt Invo to Cod nnd love to mini to debase nml degrade his creatures; to stamp property upon their fbrehendsi, nud thus riink Iheni Willi beasts und creeping tilings? Not io thought 1 homos Jcluirsmi, when he drew Ins graph Ic ini'tiirc ol Iho iiillui.'iico ol tl ivci'V, niinii Il.e ensh.v r nnd tl.o eiMl...

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 April 1852

Increase of Slavery. A correspondent of the Cleveland Democrat, who has no faith in any of tho present Anti Slavery movement! i propo-cs as the only sue ccMful method of extinguishing slavery, to tox tho whole country, north nnd louth, for their purchase. IIo give! tho following as the In rcnso of tho slaves for a century to come, it their past ratio of increase. We add his com. menu and hii argument. His plan is certainly not lets visionary or imprncticaUo than the sim ple justice, which abolitionists seek. What linvn wo befuro us? In 1765 we had in tlio colonics n luilt' million of slaves; in lcjOO wo linil n inillinn j in Itf'W, wo liml two iiiillion'i) of tdave, one-third of them baptized into tho blood of tlio Anglo-axon Iwnn of our bono. In 1(?7. wo Hhnll hnvo tight million of -Sliivcs; in P.!()0, sixteen itiitlirnin ; in pr-v;, Ave shall hnvo thirty-two millions j in 1!i.0 wim hundred year hence, we shall hold within our fond embrace suVy four millions of tlnvrtf thirty milli...

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 April 1852

Miscellaneous. From the Independent. American and Earopean Social Life. BY OUR (LATE) PEDESTRIAN CORRESPONDENT. A returned traveller i privilegi il to .v disagreeable thing. Contrasts lira fivdi in lii mind and lie may well lie allowed lor i liltlc while, I" talk of hi coimiry 01 11 stranger. For myself, I return here, lolly feeling (lint n more grand, moro magnificent livid of action was never opined 1I11111 is in Ibis new woild. Th" nnlion in in it full spring of power. Tliern is 11 greatness nlioiil tlie thought of men ) a tireless anil tremendous energy in every tlep.irt mciit of life i n lr ifjlit i ii-mm nnd keenness of intellect, fitch ns 1 linvc seen in no country of Ftiropo. The very follie of our people, which tlier o limifli nt abroad, have somc'hinir hemic in them, lint tici linns mv vcrv uocii- Jinr experience in the Hoeiul l.ilo of Kurupe, make me more, thnn iisunllv sensitive- to our liutionnl defects. It is very evident tp 111c, grmid o the tuition seems, it is no! J...

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 April 1852

w tW ItllUIUS It. HOIIIXSOX, Kditor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." E.lItLV HOMXSOX, Flihlitlilnar Agent. VOL. 7---N0. 32. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, APRIL 24, 1852. WHOLE NO. 344. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, tVulliikei Ktry S,Uufdaj, nt Solan, Col. Co., O. Ttnw. $t,flO per annum if paid in advance. $1,75 per annum if paid within tho first i.x eamthj of tho subscriber' your. $2,03 per annum, if payment be delayed oynndix months. ryVe oocaionully send numbers to those who are not subscribers, hut who arc believed to be interacted in tho dissemination of nnti-sla- Tcry truth, with tho hope that tliry will cither j suhtoriho themselves, or 1110 their Influence to ' extend its circulation among their friends. I I srCiminunieation intrnkd for insertion. J to ho addressed to M intrs U. Unussov, K.litor, All other to Kuily Kiiin-on, Puhli-diiini Ati't. j THE BUGLE. Communications. Washington's Monument. TO THE GENTLEMEN OF THE COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT FOR THE WASHINGTON MONUMENT. Wcthu Women 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. — 24 April 1852

with mrft limn usual gusto, nnd yet 1 wns aatisfled that these miserable creatures nlmtit fi and ennji to uei ve their courage for the tnsk before them, nil firemen shout to brnre tip their energies when they flag nt tho brake. Among thin cntia I Noticed two white men with pvafeet straight hiiir nml in their nppenrniire to in-j nothing whatever innate ilia presence ol negro wood, line oi Pitch gang wns ib-lcclcd in stealm n mrt of nfler tying hi hands behind hi bnrk, drove him oif, striking nnd pounding him with hi frnte in the most lerociot inntiner. We iiho eaw three slaves in n C(Miirr' simp whiiied upon their buck with it piece of n hoop pole, hut wn could not learn thn nature l iho i.ll'ciic.o for which they went punished, nppcnrmiecs however would teem tu indirnte tlmt '.hey wsro whipped becnusc they did not work hiirilcr. The Last Fugitive Slave Case. Tho eac of Henry Preston, who wns sent bnck to tho antiih nit n fugitivo slave on Sat urday, in a very hard one, as, in fact, ...

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 April 1852

The Washington Monument. The Washington Monument Association, complaint of lack of funds; and snys llint operations will bo necessarily suspended, un less the tnaterinl aid cornea in more rnpidly. We have done what we could for them in our wny. We advocated most decidedly, the reception of the Pope's contribution, which onie of the patriots were for rejecting, with disdain. It teemed to (is not only very op portune, hut quite in harmony with the character of the managers and most of the contributors to the structure. And to day, wo publish the proposition of Mrs. Martin, which we fear they will treat with like indig nity and eontcmpt. Another proposition, destined, we fear, to !e equally unfortunate, ia made by a Corres pondent of the True Democrat. It is, "that the three million of our countrymen now in chains be set free, on condition of their pay ing 23 cents each, to the Association." We Iouht not the three million "quarters" would be speedily raised from the depths of their pov...

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 April 1852

The Three Battles of our Race. Of tlio three grent buttles nppointc J to hu manity, we, in tttis land nt lenst, hnve fought & gnined two. We hnve wrestled with wild Nil I lire, mut hnve subdued her tu our service, ml laiiK'il Iter to our will. Over the pow ers and oostuoles nt' the inntcriiil worlil mo Imve achieved victory alter victory, endi more wonderful tlinu the proceeding one ; we Imve pushed our pioneers onu luumlcii - our cities in tho remotest recesses of prim eval fornBts we hnve plmiled our Iboisicps and fixed our (lag in (he barrcnest ns in tlie richest regions) tho sen has becomo to u bridge, mill not n gulf; a highway, not u barrier; rliinnte tins iicnri'cly been nil ohstn clo i even tho burning deserts nf Africa nnil the waste of Annie nml Antnrtic snows linvc scarce rr jicl leil ns; the most otiicn ous engineering dillieiiltiea nicest no question us to " whether thoy cull lie over come," hut only "nt what cost they run lie ovirc.imu ; " rniiility of coiiiniiinic...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 1 May 1852

ftltltllS EC. ICOUI.SO., Editor. 'NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." EH If A' ItOIlf SO., niblUliiiiff AftnU VOL. 7-NO. 33. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MAY 1, 1852. WHOLE NO. 345. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, ru5.'i'iAiJ ry Saturday, at Salem, CA. Co., O Tintts. $1,S0 per annum if paid in advance, fi.io per annum u paid within the tirst six Bu:!K ol tlio su'ncnbcr i year. $2,05 per annum, if payment be delayed heyond six months. ty We occasionally send numbers to those who ixro not subscriber, hut who are believed to be interested in tho dissemination nf nnti-sla- ery truth, witli the hope that thry will cither uin.TUie tneinvlvcs, or iw their iniluenco to ttfiil its circulation among their friends. tyCommnnicntfoin intn led fir insertion, to ho n ldrcso I to Miuiri U. Itoiusiov, V, litor, All other to Emily Umiissos, Publishing Ag'l. THE BUGLE. Kidnapping of Thomas Sims. The anniversary of Simi' return to slavjry, was eclobratrd at Boston rn tho 12th hist. For the following acrnuut, we ore i...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 1 May 1852

"'.jr THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 7. Horace Preston and his Alleged Owner. Horace Preston and his Alleged Owner. Letter to William Reese, No. 160, Sharp-street, Baltimore. Sin: The public prinls) inform mo thnt Von have rreenlly laid chum tn the nuiu Preston, and huvo ginned possession of him n your property. Ciwrrrni'ig your ngenta i in lliia ru-lr.i iou.-i Iiiis'iucss, I huvo only lc 1 any, now, that I leave Ihcm wiih llm public, which keeps "it hook of remeinhrnnre," and will not Ihil, ultimately, to reward them nc- . cording to tln'ir deeds. I Kill 1 have anmn aperial reason for ml ihoing you, which will npper.r aeon. Vim will rememlirr that I wns your guest mid enjoyed your hospitality four tin) a mill nights in succession, til tout loiir yenra since, whilo on my way to our Cenerul Conference nt Piilshurgli, IVtin. 1 hnvn ever hern grate ful to you (iir llio hospitality extended to mc; nnd my t opium who n pleasant one. Our intercourse was friendly, and our wor- hip together d...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 1 May 1852

NO. 33. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Letter from Parker Pillsbury. Diah 1'kif.nd Maiiius: It is ft long time ince I law the Bugle, ami I know very little of the ttnte of your attain. Vou probably know about as littlo of mine. Wo arc yet in the merciless bomU of wintcrf though past tho middle of the month of April fct thit very moment the sound of "merry slcijih LclU" salutes my ear. Call them not merry. A Funeral knell would have os much cf mctri mcnt and music. It is most frightful to fee the ground wrapped in audi winding thects of anow. This moment, in the forests of Mnine, (the atato where I now am, ti c snow ia more than three feet deep on the levil. I never taw auoh a w inter, cither for tl.o severity of cold, or interminable duration. Tho first snow which I aaw, fell in October. I was then with Chnilcs and Josophino Oriflin, at the house of our vet eran and faithful friend John Smith of Mecca. Tho anow atonn greatly hindered our meeting then. O how many it ha hindered for mc lincc...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 1 May 1852

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 7. Miscellaneous. From Sartain's Magazine for May. From Sartain's Magazine for May. Views From a Corner----No. IV. BY OEOHOS I. Hl'ULSlOH. A TABULAR VIEW OF THINGS SPIRITUALS AND TEMPORAL. A'l outlook which commands n view or three worlds, one would say, should nil inly llio tiiott active curiosity. But curiosity, more insatiate llimi tlic leanest nl nil visioncd lean kine, comes lioni t)f voirrin llro tnn.nl of it namesakes with keener hunger limn bclbre. What wonder, then, that my curi osity was nwake wild eagerness to tnkii a peep, when a now window was fijng open, t-oiiiiti(iiiliii(r, not mcmly iinollier world, but tht other world ! What if the medium lor Ihn transmission of light, was the opaque leaf of a pine ladle f thn pntrinrchs of old liad no clearer window lor thin world. I.et me not iulituntc, so curly in my story let no one ini'minte so curly in tlio history of spiritual communications, that tins win dow did Hot, nini dura not open over tliu...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 8 May 1852

OTAItlUS It. i:OIirSO., Editor. 'SO UNION Win SLAVEHOLDERS." EMILY KOKIYSO.V, Publishing AgcnV VOL. 7-NO. 34. SALEM, COLUMBIANA. CO., OHIO, MAY 8, 1852. WHOLE NO. 34G. THE A NT I S L A V E R If BUGLE, a"uJii,W every Sifiir at Sulem, Col. Co., O. Tinst... $1,59 per Annum if paid in advance. $1,75 per Annum it' pa! J witliin tho ili-t six vnoiiVm of tlio subscriber's year. $1,0) per annum, if payment bo delayed veyond six months. . riTVVo ojead.m.il'.y send numbers to those sirho aro not sulm ribrrt, but who nre believed to bo interesto 1 in tho .lissoiuiimtinn of nnti-sia-ery truth, with the ho; o that they v.i.l (Hint subscribe, the ns-dves, or u.jo their 'hitlicn'c to xtptrl ita circulation nmin their Iricuil.i. Hr"Cm:n'iiii:;.:iii iul.n tel f.r insertion. to h A I Ires 1 to M vines It, U uu vmv, K !( v.-, All others to Ivi::.y V.nii ,-so:,-, lNiblidtin A,-'r. THE BUGLE. Ten Hour Law. Tho following Imv rculutin-j llio hour of labot between employers and the rniplojei', has been cna...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 8 May 1852

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 7. of humanity. The conscience of the nation cut) not lm long separated from its (Jovern inent. It will ho in vnin for nnvy-ynrd chnp lains to deliver lectures, ami write essays, to convince our people, thnt it is their duly to Uphold the slave trade n ml the fugitive law. It will Iw in vnin for "minister of the lower Ihw," to pruned nn the duty of Chris tinim to commit triuies against (iod nml hii- mtnity, M the contemplation ir wlneli our natures revolt. The voire of reason nnd of conscience will find iilternner). The escape Of Slmtlrncli lit Il.wtnn, the just nml holy manifestation of the popular iniinl at .yni cuso, the merited iloalli of Uorsueli ai Lima liana, should lenrli llio advocates ol the In lilive law, nml of the Compromise, that the "higher law" of nur natures, dictated ly Cod, and imprinted upon tho hearts of o Christian peoplo, will eventually aet these, barbarous enncliiicnts at ilctinnco. The hooting slaves in the nioimtniiia of Pentis...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 8 May 1852

SB NO. 34. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. and only "learned to read from Jim Jones and Bill Johnson, and the oilier street boys that played on our cellar door." (Applause. Ho went to Boston, and thoro among tho noble ha must oil them so Abolitionists, ho then learned that whito men could treat colored men J men. Among tho wealthiest and tho most aristocratic he was warmly received, and must ay, that in their elegant parlors and drawing rooms heat first suffered, from awkwardness, almost more than In shivery. Laughter. But lio got used to it perhaps some would think no clfsrgc of over diffidence would now lie against liiin. (Laughter.) Ho hoped they would do with him as he urged In regard to tho Constitution, "put tho most fu srsrsblo construction then on r" Well, ho accepted tl.cir plausiblo Tiews of 'the pro-.lavory character of the national compact and proclaimed it through England, Ireland nnd Wales1 l!ut returning to New York, ho catno in contact with tho tio.idi.lls and Wards, and Ucr...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 8 May 1852

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 7. Miscellaneous. Oliver Cromwell. Oliver Cromwell. Born 1599, died 1658. BY NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE. Not lonf after King James the First took Ihflplnre of Queen I ;iizuhcth on the llirnno of Knghihil, thorn li eel nn F.ttglish knight nt "B ilr.rci railed llinrlihihrooki!. His nnmo was Sir Oliver Cromwell. lie spent his life, I suppose, pretty nmrli liko other Fjigltah knights inn I smurrs in those: d-iys, hunting burcs mitl Ibxes, mid ill inking huge ipiunti lies of alj mul wiiir. The old I'oiino in which lie dwelt hml been occupied hy his nncotois lioforo him, liir n pooil many jonrs. In il thnro was ii great hull, hung round with coats of firm, nii'l lieiulcts, cuirasses nud swords, which hiit liirofuthers hnd used in buttle, nml with horns of deer am! tails of li.xcs, which they or fir Oliver himself hnd killed in tho chnse. Thi Sir Oliver Cromwell hud n nephew, who Imd been culled Oliver, tiller himseli; hut who wns generally known i'l llio family hy th...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 15 May 1852

IH: minus it. noitisox, rdttor. .1 0 UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." EMILY UOIIIXSOX, PublUhlng ArnU VOL. 7-NO. 35. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MAY 15, 1852. WHOLE NO. 347. wot T 11 E ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, fublithed tverjfatitrday, at Salem, Col. Co., O. ;TenMi. $l,!0 per annum if pnid in a:lvnnrc. Til. 75 por annum if paid witjin tlio Ur.it six (Uio-itln of tho subscriber's year. ffc2,8!) per nnmim, if payment be delayed ibcymd six miiiths. tVvVo occudnnally tend number to tho, who aro nut S'i'i.cribcrs but who are believed tD bo tutTC'ted in tho dissemination of nnti-ttlu-rcry truth, with tlio liope that they will cither Ju'n.-fihc thom-lve, or use their infinciuo to extend ir cireul ition ninoni their friends. f.tTC vnrniiiiirntion intnniled fur insertion, to he a I lrot'c I to Maiiic It. Rhunson, K.litnr, .All others to Kmilt Iluussox, l'uhlihii'K .V j'l. THE BUGLE. DEFERRED ARTICLES. Southern Convention. The Noilli Ciirnliuii Whig Coiivonlinn de rided fur Fiilmorti nnil Giuliani, for ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 15 May 1852

Overseership. When the subject of pultlic printing wai tinder discussion in the House of Rcprcsen- lives on Ilia 14tli ult., there occurred tlie fol lowing little tcene.lllugtrntivo of llie ruling jlrit, there prevalent : Mr. Polk m'kI thnt ho hnd endeavored to be conciliatory, but if he was drove to the well he would fight and strike for the safety of the Union, lie alluded to Mr. llrown n landing shoulder to shoulder with the mem ber from Mussachiisett,(Mr. Ilantuul) who would steal a npgro, if he hnd a chance, as was clear from a upeech of his on record. lie a?kcd if Mr. Hrown considered himself on a political fellowship with thnt member. Mr. lirown repeated that he recognized the gentleman from Massachusetts as a dem ocrat on the old party issues; on tlio slavery question he did not coalesce with him, its the member from TennessTo well knew. Mr. Rantoul asked the gentleman from Tennessee to produce the record to sustain his charge. Mr. Polk What's that? Mr. fUntoul 1 understand ...

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