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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 15 May 1852

Letter from Cincinnati. CINCINNATI., May 5, 1852. To the TJitor of the Bnjle : The Anti-Slave-ry Convention, for which a cull appeared in your paper tomo timo since, began its session on Tuesday tho 27tli of April, and closed on the 23th- Tho Hill in which it mot, tho most control and commodious in tho city, was near ly filled through the dsy, and crowded at tho crening sessions tho Inst ovening many being compelled to go away (soma think a thousand persons ) njiablo to gain admittance. Last year tho meetings wcro held in tho western part of the ci'y in a rnther out-of-the-way room, and occurring at the very timo of tho Jenny Llnd concerts and excitement, attracted little attention txeept from tho friends interested in the cause. This year tho Convention has been tho sub Joct of gcnerul rciniirk, persons have attended wh hsvo not usually gone to such meeting, and several of the daily papers have given full reports of tho proceedings. This chows a very different stnto of thing from 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. — 15 May 1852

THE BUGLE. From the Savannah (Geo.) Republican, April 5. Southern Views on Kossuth's Course. Kossuth on Stat Kiouti. In hi speech in fit w Orleans, on Tuesday lost, Kossuth correct ed tha talcgrnphio misrepresentation that ho bad spokon disrespectfully and unkindly of giv. hi. Yi.wa of Stat, right, and the True 1 . . .. u .x. 1 I policy of tho South, lho South, ha .ay., con- . ton J. for t)io right of regulating it own aflair., without distinction or interference fiotr, other.. ' In oilier word., tho policy of the South, ho understood It, ia non-intervention. Such ia hi. u 1. .. i: - r ir,,n...r .,! ' poliey-.uch U ho policy of Hung.ry-and, therefore, ho think, tho South ought to. upport hi. measures. To do this, it would ba nccessa- ry for u. to do the very thing again.t which ho ' protest.. To ctablish lion-iulcrvoniion, we ' nuat first intorvcno-olhcrwiso our protest , would bo a mere brutum fulmtn, Kouuth aUo contend, tint tho Sju'.h should not oppose him, (imply because .otio 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. — 22 May 1852

IE m i fi i i ra . , M Alt US It. ltOltlM, rlitor. "NO UNION W I T II SliTEUOL DERS." I Mill V IfOIUVSOX, IN.MUMnr Agent. VOL. 7-NO. 36. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., 0III0,TlAr22,l852 : WHOLE NO. 348. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, Puitiihed eriry Saturday, at Sa'cm, Cot. Co., O. Tsrms. $1,50 per annum if paid In advance, lit 1,7-5 per annum if paid within tho Urt six tnouths of tho subscriber s year, $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed ooynna six months, i rffi occasionally send numbers to those who ro not subscriber'", but who are believed lo bo interested in tho dissemination of nnti-sln-rery truth, with tho hope thnt they will cither ubscriltc themselves, or uso their inltnencc to extend its circulation among their friends. I Communications intended for insertion, to bo addrcssrl to M win j U. KuiinsoNi K.litor, All others to I'.mii.y Hiiiinson, Publishing Ag't, ( THE BUGLE. From the N. Y. Tribune. The Duty of Society to Criminals and Discharged Convicts. Her. Mr. Storms, of Drnrklyn, del...

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. — 22 May 1852

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 7. I,ie7co";;n:?.!;,Tnt:rrcn1T,, ,,my, tlii i ror il '''en'ier, mid In Wv wuh mi oh .el i TTTP f"n"'" the loin of m ibnS - 3BCl". 'I"'1"1 'rB,,ce, cZe? na mlT, n rnt " '""T,1' ! ",uf C0"'!, "' ",u k , L . "h ,'rCV,U,: eXC,-,e' c,,vo.",lf iVmrSnt "m'T Wl'at XJnnl,'Jfnf, JI r. l,.Vr JV'TT"'" Co,,rt ,of .i . .i f'" S'V! bt,,B,r' " ,,,a jtrouwi tiiM thn law of IP.,0 w..s uuconsti- utionul,they declined, beenus.i the law win much the snmo as Hint of 7'M, ami flint mts const itiitional, becnuso iikld nn.l submitted to. rluruly, tyranny should , v ..i".B." r CC0,',,1""'V,c.,,re ' plead, .,,:e,ir' f" B,,,r, "o lixtirtnniu hi the , nircmty ilroops mid prows cold. stand ever a united, powerful organized body, always in session, iis creeping over tho dulled senses, tlio wearied zeal, or tho hour of waul. J'h ayrnpathiea ot n people for tho down-trod-' slen and the weak are scattered, cviuiesrent, excited, now asleep. The assembly is red hot to-day, has vanished to-...

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. — 22 May 1852

NO. 36. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. 2l)C QVuti-Slaucru Duglc. Wkbk God commands to taki THB THl'MPKT AND PLOW A 110LOUOUS Oil A JAItltlNO BLAST, IT LIBS NOT I If MAN'S WILL WHAT 118 SHALL BAY Oil WHAT HI SHALL OO.tCBAL.WlVrm. i SALK.V, Oliro, X.lt 21, 1852. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE meets June 6th. American Anti-Slavery Society. Ve Imvc just returned from nttcndiinee upon tlie Anniversary of this Society. As it wns our first nlienduiicc, we enn not spook of it in comparison Willi llio post. Itut to lis it wns an interesting occasion, mid one which wo trust time will prove to hnve been emi nently scrviccnblu to tlio cnuso of tlie sliivc. Tlie official proceedings of tlie meeting we will give next week, Ntw Luglnmi, Pennsylvania, Oliio nnd some distant portions of New York were rcsprtnlily represented, though liy no menus ns numerously ns they would linvo liccn, Imt for the character of tliu icnmin which pre vented thenltciidiince of the farmers, i'lnm the active friends of tint slave in Roches...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 22 May 1852

TIIE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 7: Miscellaneous. Secretiveness. The following ia copied from tlie Phrtno- ingicH journal, in winch ll is used as an il lustration of the manner by which (tin organ of secretiveueas in too ollon and sndl) culti-vaN-dt Uo out into ths country, for e xnmpla, to purchase a siiierinr cow, and call on one of the honest sons of the soil, ami it would not he very diflicult to find a man who would how himself na cunning and aa selfish aa any trader or iiiiimilaelurer. Let ua illuslrute audi an interview hy n colloquy In'tween a CiTizt.t and a Farmer, mid we beg of the render to wnteh tlie wnrkiiifft of Secrevlive jicm to gratify Acquisitiveness. Citit.. "I am in iurauil of a fine eow nd understanding, at the hotel, tlint you kept a large flunk ol very excellent ouea I huve called to look at tliem, mill to aee if I could make n purchase to please tun. 1 am not very particular aa to price, ao I but obtain nelof the very beat." Farmkr. "Well, yea, I hnve a large f...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 29 May 1852

ogle. M l HI US It. ItOUINSON, rlitor. "SO USIOS WITn SLAVEHOLDERS." IMIILV UOBIXSON, Pnbllslilnff Agent. VOL. 7-NO. 37. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MAY 29, 1852. WHOLE NO. 349. TUB 1HTML1IE1Y BUGLE, - ruituhed twrf Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O, ,. Tsans. $1,6 per unnum if paid in advance 1,74 per annum if paid within tho first six , month, of the suhscrihrr year. $1,0) per annum, if payment be delayed beyond six months, tTWt occaiinieilly lend number to tlioc , who are not suiucnbcrs, but who arc lirlicvcrt to bo interostcd in tlio dissemination of nnti-sla Very truth, with the hopo that they will either utncrtne themselves, or use their Influcnro to extend its circulation anion their friend. t7Cimmunicationi intended fir imrrtion to be addressed to Mmiii-i K. Kiiiinsom, Editor, All others to hMiLr KiaixsAff, Publishing Ag't. THE BUGLE. Nineteenth Anniversary of the American Anti-Slavery Society. Tim Eighteenth Aiiimal Meeting of tlie American Anti-Slavery Society was held in t...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 29 May 1852

TIIE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 7. fence, and rleclnring tliat tlie testimony did lint warrant tlm conviction of murder. In deed, tho most influential clliene considered tho conduct of tlm ovcraecr "brutal," and tlio conduct of tha ' slave" the result " of sudden msion" and not of malignity, and ko f did. Thereupon (!ov. Johnson complied with the prayer of the petitioner", ond com muted the Bcntonce. The " outsiders" ns (loon an tlio derision was mndo public, culled a pnlilic meeting, whirli was rhnrncterized liy a real HK)h spirit. Tho lenders invaded the pnlilic grounds, and the executive mansion, and insulted tlm 'ovcrnor, &c. Thereupon tlio I louse of Delegates paused a prennhle and resolutions, set I intf forth what tlie nn had done, and appointed a committee of three to inqniro into the expediency of removing the scut of government from Itichmond, and to report a location where I ho Fxccutive enn discharge hi duties without being inohhed. The citizens of Uichniond, nlnrmr.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. — 29 May 1852

- NO. 37. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Letter from Cincinnati. CINCINNATI, May 21, 1852. To the Editor of the Bugle t I learn thnt tho ttricturca In my last letter upon the temper ex Mbited In the lato Convention has oiven n lit. tie offence to tome of it. friend, who think them too Severn, t .m not snrnri.,,! t , fl confident that strong as my remarks were, they were far more discriminating more fair In giv ing credit where it was duo than thctrain of remark usually indulged in by many Abo litiontats when censuring Slaveholders or those opponents of Slavery who cannot adopt their plunt of action. It is but fair however to sny that I do not supposo tho lata Convention any more deserving censuro than that which met a year previous j or than any of tho meet ings of tho Garrison party in Roston or clse whorot or many other meetings of Abolition 1st of other shades of opinion. Many of theso have been marked by the same spirit of sweep tug denunciation of tho American Churches ; ' tho aamo di...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 29 May 1852

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 7. Miscellaneous. From Household Words. Making Needles. The best wire come from Yorkshire the inferior from liirmingham. There ia a amnll really pretty in it way, from being hung around wiih coil of bright wire, sus- from hooka. Thia wire ia of nil thicknesses, from tho atom kind r.-.p.ircd for fishhooks for Newfoun.lhind cod, and for.1" lor cn.i.hric-i.eedle. I.I the durk and dingy rooma below, hilaof wire, each the lengihof, needles, are rut by a pair of vast shear, well fixed to tho wall. The "measure" ia a ateel Instrument, furnished wiih a arrow, which deterniinea the length of tlm bundle of wire rut nt one. Two iron ring, nhout five inches in diameter, are placed on edge, nnd nearly filled with the cut wires, of winch there is lima a pretty large faggot Iteforo ua. These wirea, having come oft- coils, are curv- ed, and they must be straightened. A aort of booked poker i thruat into the rings, . 1 . . . r nnil tranaimrta Itie lucent to the I urn nee...

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. — 5 June 1852

C. v Valgus m tun s n. kodixson, rutoi-. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." i:"III.Y ItOJISO, fiihlltliliiff Aircnt. VOL. 7-NO. 38. SALKM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JUNE 5, 1852. WHOLE-NO. 350. THE A .H I S lA V E It I'.LIiLi:, PaVV.W . p .i-.ti in .-!vm, f.W. Co., . THM. $1,40 per .timtim if jini't in a Iv.imo. $1.75 tt an mm It' pn.d nil .m ti.c liist six mint, iif tlio(t:n Tiber year. $i,0J cr una. nil, il' payment be delayed beyond six inmtlis. tf Va occ.i'i vnV.ly son I num'iers to those Mm nro mt su'nt'ribcrs, but who are believed Vi bo IntnTi'tcd in the disend'itin nf nnti-sbi-Very truth, witu the Inac thnt they will cither uhs:-rihe thoinsolvo, or tno their influence to extnnlits circulation immn their friends. tVU tmiit'iiiiuatintik intended f-.r in-'Ttion, to he a I lroe 1 to Mums II. Uuuxnox, E tit.-r. All others to Biily Hudson, l'u'li'uig Ag't. f i THE BUGLE. American Example Necessary for the Emancipation of the World. Such in n prominent idea in ono of tlm best pncclie of tlio...

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. — 5 June 1852

PREAMBLE. For the discission of Human Relatione Tor the extension of Jlnmnn Freedom for the elevation of the Rnce, without respect to cx, color, pr other conditions for the .guarantee to eoch llntnan Being, the enjoy. fnnt of Equnl Right, in every depnrtment (if human activity nnd the freest and fullest rnnnifestntion of every faculty nnd power, flint pertnins to Immunity for the removal fif eocial evils, and the greatest possihle in erenae and diffusion of happiness the third fWomnn'e Rights", Convention of Ohio, Adopt the following Constitution for tho purpose of organising our efforts, nnd in. creasing oiiratienatli in behalf of universal Philanthropy ; and we recommend the form ation of auxiliary Societies in all the Cities, Towns, Counties, nut) neighborhoods of the Ptate. CONSTITUTION. Art. 1. This Society ahnll be nailed "Th Ohio WoMcti'a Rights Association"; nnd Shall meet nt least nniinlly for the trunsac lion of business, Ail, Its officers shall consist of a Pres. (dent, f...

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. — 5 June 1852

would do denl of mischief " and more over, the want of tliose nf lira other box. who shrink with horror from tins thought of compnnionship with so monstrous ft being ns a woman fully alive tn tlm widest niul bett interests of liiuninity, would mill he tncl. 80 while we urge the right rf woman to an independent rccisgtiition.ar a more mat- ter of justice apart from nil conidcrntinn of consequences, wo yet no not hesttnlo to ex press our most entire confidence that nil ssncli results rents' not hut I10 in every sonsn desirable and happy. TI10 very frivolity which men now mor.k or mourn according to their mood, would be removed hy on enr tiest, enlightened interest in the grnvr ques tions Which so (lolight, absorb, nnd dcvelopo hi Intellects of statesmen nml philanthro pists. The acquiring of nn education which should fit her lor itidcpunduncn nnd self reli ance, find give her n steady iiim in life, would banish the hours of unrest und lisllcssucss which now prevail ; end more than nil...

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. — 5 June 1852

Miscellaneous. From Sartain's Magazine. The Red Oaks School Three Years Ago. BY MARION DIX SULLIVAN. Amerryjirglo of ....ml hells,- flatter of noises' feet on the hard .now.-the joyou- ba.k ! of lsr-o dng,-tho ring of .m irou-hcrlcd 1 boot on O.o pnvrment.-a.id ll.o lines wire thrown back with S'rsdy now, fiirT..r,l J "-! .Scotohim, Juba!"nd Tom Bohhr dashed in at tho street door, sprang up .tails in just fivo lc.ps, and with n loud t ip burst into liar. tv Somen.' room, before the latter had time to brush awny about half a d.-w n tears from his bright boyish checks, which ho did in haste, and beforo Fanny Somir. hud timo to put down her apron-lull of kittens and run to tho window, where she found the bay colt Clif ford standing quito still, and Julia, tho large dog, sitting down close before him, and leaning hi. head against Clifford's breast, with an ex pression of cyr, which pluinty snid " Never fear, my young friend 1 there is no danger : if tliero were any, I should sco it firs...

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. — 12 June 1852

-A H rr& AW iHv , w R n iff r, pa i a i tfi lariM s if his a It iUltS It. IlOIIIftSOX, Editor. "50 OI0S WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." IMIII.Y UOItI.SO., Publishing Agent. VOL. 7-NO. 39. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JUNE 12, 1852. WHOLE NO. 351. THE A 3 Tl SLAVERY HULL. FuUhked naty Stilanlay, at Salem, Cot. Co., O, TsnM.-.t,o't) per annum if paid In advance. ... i u pi-, milium u (,a.u wiiinn tnourstsix snonthi of tlie subscriber's year. $ i,flO per annum, if payment lie delayed Wivl nix month. rF"Vo occasionally end numbers to those nni nuiBciincn, out wno ro holicvcil to h. inter.trwl in iin ii;abn...:H...:A r .1 . - - ... - - Ullllim.TI It'll IP, n 1 1 1 1 - T. 1 1 - Tory truth, with the hope that they w ill cither ' atiK..; V.. .1... .1 . i. ' 11... "vini .-n e?., ii, use 1 noir inuiicnco 10 extend its circulation anion;; their friend. HCommuniintioti. intended for insertion, 10 no atmrcssc:! 10 juhiui 11. U.uunsox, Hditnr. Allothcrs to Emily Uohixson, Publishing Ag't. THE BUGLE. PROC...

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. — 12 June 1852

ilctice, thnt she loves innn ; ami that she loves lilicrly f r white mm is no moro evi dence, Hint she loves liberty ; limn bring n sectarian in evidence of loving christians. lie, alone, loves limn, who loves nil men! nnct ho, alone, loves liberty, who loves it for nil men. Tlia slaveholder fancies, tliHt lie loves liberty. Hut lie mistakes self-love for the lovo of liberty. liil ho love liberty, he would love to see it enjoyed by his slaves. Strenuousness for his turn liberty, so fnr front being on evidence of his love of liber ty, is chnrac.'eristic ol nil other ty. routs, ns well as of himself. The. "liberty", which l'.ditilind Burke says tho slaveholder is pie rminently attached to, deserves not thnt nanus True liberty Is n bentitil'ul nnd ber thing, whieh cannot, pnsihly, be npptcciatcd by one, who is "proud, jridous, stubborn, hnuglityn; mid ns such is the Hlaveholiler characterized bv Ihnkn. Thnt America iirntes rmieli of lilierty prove tint her soll-igiiornticsi or hypocris...

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. — 12 June 1852

Christian A. S. Convention. Tho Christian Anti-Slavery Convention, hich mot in Ravenna last week, is said to have been Veil attended, and the discussions to have been able and deeply interesting. Tho correspon dent of tho Truo Democrat says, " it cannot fuil to exert good influenco in behalf of hu manity and decent christiard'y." Rather distinct implication that some of the Christiani ty of tho country is not altogether decent." An opinion in which we heartily concur. For that which rejoices to embrace tho abomination of alavory, should bo characterized by anything lscthan the significant adjectivo which tho Democrat employs. Tho Convention pscd a scries of resolutions of an evangelical type. . Condemning slavery w always and everywhere a sin, and distinctly affirming tho doctrino of no fellowship with tho sinners in any church missionary, or other be nevolent organization. Tho speakers wcro numerous and among them were Mcsr.Thome, Ifevin, Oordon, Fairehild, and C. C. Burleigh. An E...

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. — 12 June 1852

Miscellaneous. From Sartain's Magazine. The Red Oaks School Three Years Ago. BY MARION DIX SULLIVAN. "Thank yon, thank you, my dear Tom I Von linve biowu away nil my tears nud vex minus. I ilim't rnrn ir I mn small i I don't cur fur Uncle Solomon ; I'll not (nuitncl 10 more struugth nul dignity Ihnu ln-Itmp lo inn. I'll tin no flogging, but try kindness und courtesy instead." "Slop, Harry. What is there in your rninil now lliut you do not speak f" "Jnst what is yoiirn, loin. wnni booi Mury Brown used to teach us nt tho Sabbath school, when vte were live year old. Yes, Tom, you learned it then first j but my motliar tmiKlit mn it when I was only three. Uood old Mnry Brown used to say 'What ever you resolve to do, commit it to the Lord, ami trust him to help you with it. II' your lesson perplexes you, ask him to nsMxt you. If you are alone, and afraid, prny to him. tin ia always nrnr those who call on him. Do nothing without a prayer in your licnrt to the Saviour.' Poor old Mury Brown...

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. — 19 June 1852

TO IRTMLAf EKT BUGLE, Publuhed tvery Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O. Tsnvs. $ 1,50 per annum if paid In advance. $1,74 per annum if paid within tho first six months of tho subscriber's year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond six months, tySVa oeeasirinnlly tend numbers to those who arc not subscribers, hut who ore believed to bt interested in the dissemination of nnti-sla-cry truth, with tho hopo that they will either uhscriho themselves, or uso their iniluenco to xtenditt circulation among their friend. IVCommunicntions intended for Insertion, to bo addressed to Mauici U. Koiiimson, K.litor. All others to Lmu.t Uoiiinson, Publishing Ag't. THE BUGLE. People's College Association. An association under llio nliovo title ha recently been formed in ilio elate of New York. The object is to render practical the vnrioua brandies of o thorough scientific ed ucation. This object ii distinctly set forth in tlio following resolutions, nilojitcd lit n meeting of tho Association, br...

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. — 19 June 1852

to fellowship slaveholders. Thru dissolve It. Tlie church enn bo nf no service Ihnl openly sanctions tho film of nil villainies. Hut thry Iinvo no need to dissolve llio church ; they linve only to cxpul or disown tho crimi- 5. But do yoti turn awny your wilt-, he- cause she happens to do wrong? I nnswor, if I had a wile thnt wns daily nnd nvowedly practising the sum of oil villanics, not except- log cvon adultery, theft unci murder, I would turn her nwny, unless nho snvod nio thotroti ldo hy going nw ny of her own Record. And llie mini who could live with such n wotnnn, and hold her up ns n pattern to her neigh- bourn, would he loathed mid execrated liy llio whole conununity. Hut they cnmmt expel the slaveholders, snys Mr. Trnlton. Wo know hotter, 'l'liry ran ex pel them, if they will. They do expel people, when they choose. They say it is their duty to expel people that walk disorder ly. They expel people lor some things less than the nuin of till villauies. They expel eoplo for th...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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