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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 19 June 1852

A Quaker Mob. We Rivo tlio fallowing account, a wo know "our tenders will be Interested in it from their personal regard to Mr. Johnson, ns well iu for tho important dcvclnpomont, it makes of Pro lavcry Quakerism. Tho dcTclopemcnt is by no means new, though tho method seems to us somewhat novel for tho disciples of Fox and their method of Sabbath observance, some what akin to tho sports of tho ring, which wo hnvo heard arc sometimes practiced on thut day In Now Orleans. It is perhaps, not amiss to stato.thut Oliver Johnson cluiins tho right of membership in tho Society, mid exercised tho right (luring his rosidenco in Ohio. Tho party in tho church here, opposed to Anti slavery and oth;r reforms, made many fruitless attempts for bis ejectment. Tho samejnrlics seem to exist in Pennsylvania, and this r fl". rt 4s a struggle of tho hunkers to rid themselves of a class of persons, who by rebuking tho sins of tho church, seems greatly to tmublo their consciences, or their love of influcnc...

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. — 19 June 1852

Miscellaneous. From Sartain's Magazine. The Red Oaks School Three Years Age. BY MARION DIX SULLIVAN. Concluded.) " Well, how do you like tin little man, Joe" asked John Bcal, as they turned into the Liber ty road. "You seem to be watching him." "Yet," replied Joe Downer, " I havo watched him all day, but I don't make up my mind till I tee how he treaU Julicn. That poor fellow it H tmart ai any body, but jut because ha in brown ai an Indian, which ho can't help, every blockhead of a master takes it upon himself to knock him about, and call him Cuff and Pom pey, or at best, Julius Crcsar. The poor fellow had mado up hit mind not to come to school this winter, but I persuaded him, and promised to ice that he was well used. He'll be at achool to-morrow, and I'll bo there too, and then tho master must look out." nny had remarked Julicn Scarcr at church, and Inquired his name. He was Brut attracted hy his sweet a'to voice, and then interested by the deep melancholy, almost drpair, in his ...

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. — 26 June 1852

''jf fur V, HI 4 II I US It. IIOUINSON, i:litor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." kmily iionixsoar, i'iibniiinr At mi. VOL. 7-N0.41. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JUNE 26, 1852. WHOLE NO. 353. THE AMI-SLAVERY HULK, Pub'.itM every Saturday, at Sakm, Col. Co., O Terms. $1,00 per annum if paid inadvnnrc. i,(j per annum it pant witiim tlio br.-t six Mouth of tlio subscriber's year. $1,09 per snntlm, if payment be delayed Beyond six months. VfWo ncrsdonnlly send numbers to those Who aro lint ii'nciihcr, but wlio nre believed to bo interested in the d.s eniinntinn of nnti-sln-Ycry truth, witii the hope that lliey will citlirr subscribe thp.n'elvp., or mo their itilhirnec to extend it. circulation among their Mends. f7C.wimtinicnt(nn Intended fir insertion, to be a ldrciKe I to M vims II. U hiin'ow, J litor. All others to Uuii.y U ihinhon, Publishing Ag't. THE BUGLE. THE BUGLE. SPEECH OF HON. G. W. JULIAN. THE BUGLE. SPEECH OF HON. G. W. JULIAN. Of Indiana, at the late, Anti-Slavery Convention...

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. — 26 June 1852

!c nti-Slaucvn limbic. WKM Uoi C IMM1M.I TO TAKR Till! Tlll'MI'KT A: I IILOW A DOUlHUl'tOH A JAKItlNO BLAST, IT : i:-. not in mam's will wiivt hb shall .vr uu w.iat mi: shall conclal. SUUvn. SALKM, U11IO, J l i: W, IM2. I , I 1-XEcinvi Comuittki meets July 4th, Mr, Mahan's Letter. Tlio following artic-Io M! prepared for last ! neck's paper. but wa crowded out. It in perhaps hardly worth while to my any tl.ing of this singulur and inwardly rudue. linn, which had to travel to Glasgow, to find iilecraiicc, M'c gavo last week tlic resolutions of tho Now Kiigland Convention In regard to H, anil wo now give the letter itself. illi nil n-lid men who are nciuiiiiitcd with the his. . y t.f tl.o American .Society, wo might safely -..uu the Utter, us bearing with it ita on unti- It waj a very dignified nnj worthy employ, mci.t for the Kx l'rcsiilent of O'.cilin, nint tho I. esd of tho Cicvcluiid Univcisity, to cJify the 1) sngcli. ul churches of Great ll.it.iin, with l... Jug gossip. A story t...

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. — 26 June 1852

For the Bugle. LINES WRITTEN FOR A LADY'S ALBUM. Ask mo not to idly linger In I wort poesy,, f.iir bowers ! When olil Time with gentle finger Lightly marks tho golden hours t With no power to reap tho flowers. Woll I love those shades enchanting When tho softened daylight beams And my thirsty soul is limiting. For those coot mid murm'riug streams ( Whero I linger in my dreams. Cut should I Earth's wort unheeding 11 isten to those bowers mint fair, Still voice of anguish pleading, Slill Wail of ild despair, Would disturb my dreaming there. Visions of my I'strra dying On imno fur ntf southern plain j Pleading tones for inetey crving. Dismal clanking, of tlieehiiin Still my shrinking soul would pain. Therefore not a strain of gladness From my lyre should ever flow ) Nought hut ailing notes ill' sadness, Wild discordant shrieks of woe, Slinuid tho 'rcinhling chord, e'er know. Sing I not of pine-chid mountains', Wurlilitig bird! or murniiiring stream, Flowery vales, or sparkling f .uutni...

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. — 26 June 1852

Original Tale. Written for the Anti-Slavery Bugle. SCENES IN MAINE. THE VACANT POST OFFICE. BY MRS. J. FRCHOCK. " Whose' to bo our roprerentatire to the next legislature f" snid Esq, II. to uncle John, lie leisurely seated himself besido hi old neighbor. ' I am anxioui for your opinion, as you aro said to judge of coming cronU by tlicir foreshadow ing better than any man In Mnine. Thcro is quito an excitement upou the r.. ensures proposed to be brought before that body at its next sitting; and it ia necessary that we bo posted up in these matter, in order to rightly discharge the re aponsiblo duties of constituent.." Tho littler liatencd very complacently to tho complimentary question of tho Esq., who was evidently sound ing tho old man, not to much to gain advice for public weal, as to ascertain how fur ho might be acrvieablc in his own personal aspirations. Un clo John, tho' styled an Incorrigiblo ultraist on all measures involving principles in jus'.ieo, had tlways been identifie...

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 July 1852

-7 Vi 1 intuits ii. itoimso:-. Editor. "JO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." KiUILY ltOBISO,, riiblKlilnn Agrnl. VOL. 7-NO. 42. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JULY 3, 1852. WHOLE NO. 354. TUB A N T I S L A V E R V BUGLE, PiA'uhei every HUnrAay, at Salem, Col. Co., O. Tr.RMs. $l,50poroiinumir. paid in advance. $1,75 per annum if paid within tlio UiMt six mouths of tlio subscriber' rear. $1,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond six, months. IV Wo ncensi-mdly send numbers to those win nro not subscribers, Imt who nr.? believed to be intor.'slcd in the dssominntionof nnti s'a Tcrjr truth, with the ho,io that they will either subs riho tiotiiselvet, or ne thoir influence to extend its circulation among their f inula. fyCnnmiiniinti n intended fir insertion, to ho a l.lrcsso 1 to Mmucs l. R ihi von, K litor. All others to Liii,y Uuii.kon, Publishing Ag't. THE BUGLE. The popular Religion of this Nation, and Age, is not Christianity. The f dlowing it from the Herald of Free j. in, published nt W...

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 July 1852

S!)c Vnti-Slaucru tingle. 111 OOD OOKX VI) TO TAK THK TKUMrtT A"II IILOW DOLOHOC ng, A JAHRI.NO SLAST, IT II RI .HIT I WILL WHAT II H SHALL SAY UK WHAT Kl SHALL CONCEAL. Milton, SALEM, OHIO, J VI.Y . 18.JJ. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE meets July 4th. Anniversary of the Western Anti- Slavery Society. The Executive Committee of (lie Western Anti-Shivery Society, hciehy give iiolii-f, dint Hie Aimiiiil Meeting of the Society will he held ul Salem.'Coi.cmiiiasa t'.f O., com mencing 011 Saturday, the 21t of August at 1U o'cloc k, A. M., to t'oiitiiiiiu for three days. Now tlmt IkiiIi the greiil political parlies have anew pledged themselves to perpetuate tlio power of slavery mill to cimtiime the net for slave catching ng the supreme law of the land; nanhove (iod.nnd till tlmt in Culled mill w orshiped u God, it becomes iIik friends of freedom, to assemble ami devote themselves (tlreitti to Kg interests. To tuku new counsel to providu ticw mentis of wiirliite--to comliine fur new mid more derisi...

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 July 1852

Clean Hands. Only last week wo published that part of the report of the proceedings of the New England Convention relating to Professor Fuirchild of Obrrlin. The last Liberator contains the fol lowing correspondence, width we have fm greater jli uuro in publishing. Would thut all who arc charged w ith the guilt of supporting slavery, could as successfully vindicate them selves. 1 ho Liberator, under the head we have placed above, says I It in willi ureal eutiMliiriinii no publish tlio following It lleiH, llilly I'XrlilpMliHK 1'ioli Faihciiilb, ol UIhtIIii, Iroui it hi ions dim go. incidentally drought HituiiiHl him ut lint Into 'Now Kiilninl A. 8. Cnnvciiiiuu, liming- h rliscussiiui relating iilmi.sl exclusively til Pres. Maiia.i ii auiiona charge, vu ri'irnl, bill lint III iupiihir Ft 1 1 1 iat l H i, nut necotil..g til the riH'iiyuiKi il slaiuhiiil ul piety in ihc. American Church, (tor min i itn.f.', hoi. line;, Isrccdiiij;, liuying mill sell inn Ihc children of Uud, im propel I)...

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 July 1852

Miscellaneous. Nobility in Spain. Hungary snd Poland, tha most numerous crowd of nobles In the world it to bo found in Spain; nl liorc, a;Vui, the crowd it thicker in Castilo and In tho Basque rovinrc. (specially in Alara, than alsewlicre. In tho last-mcr.tior.td distritt, indeed, almost every peasant is Hijo do AIo (the son of soroc'.iody,) or, in shoit, Hidalgo, In what are called everywhere- the good old times, tho Spanish nobility pusacucd many privileges, and among others was ono which still exists viz; they do not stand v to bo hanged for any crime, but have the right of ta king a chair, and hein atranjj.-d in t comfort, able manner. This punishment is called "El Onrrotc noble." Tht nobles claim a rit;ht to be addressed as " Tu" (thou) by the sovereign, sig nifyingthat they aro thus acknowledged nt his peers. They are divided into three ranks. In tho first come the Grande?, who claim equality by birth with the king, an I derive their origin. nt some time or ether, from one of ...

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 July 1852

QLJre m iimrs n. uohiasox, i:ihm. "SO USIOJI WITH SLATEU0LDER8." r.HILY IiOltlSO, I'liMUhing A Rent. VOL. 7-NO. 43. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JULY 10, 1852. WHOLE NO. 355. THE AJITI. SLAVERY RULE, frM!ri'iW rry SMunlay, at Sitlcm, Cot. Co., O. Tsoms. ?l,?Oprrnimnmif put J In advance. $l,f(J per nnnuin if paid within tho tirst six month of the u!h. liber's year. $i,flD pnr milium, if p.ivmcnt be d-ln'c 1 Ceyinil six month, tVWa flioarjiMy ,.,' nlim!(0j.., M tjK,t, who nro not Ml'ivrtin-r, lint who mo believed ,,! int.;retcd in the d semination of nnti-sla-Tory truth, with the ho.io that they w ill either mi'iSTiha the. as vIvch, r use their hillm r.co to extondiw cireul tti.m among theii tirii Is. IITC nnmiinifiatiin intended f.r inrri iin, to ho a hlrcn I to M.iuir U. It ntcov, 1' litnr. All other to Emily IIdimnsom, Publishing Ajt't. Selections. Extract from Kenneth's Farewell Address. I, therefore, who do not ih'pp lir of my oivii country's future, though it he nvor whelmed miI...

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 July 1852

im-nt; that tiionu practice mny continue in nil mining time. Hut they ihuu nut tfo he- I nil! tlm 1 ( t i' mliiiittiii; lliin truth; nor dare tlcity thrso farts. To nvoiil this mi- ph-imaM question, Ihcv resolve tn rninl every iiurinpi in sprim or write upon H. 1 lm only way ofcxenp'mg from popular odium in to keep truth from thn people. Now, sir. doc nny Dumo. ml or nny Whig believe tlnil 1'cee- rnl rs will vntu Inr nny imihihIiiIh Ii-Iui-iI to sustain those ri.'voltiiiff practice ? Il nnv one who ever held n pine in lliu lire Dem ocracy shall cast such n Villi', it will he funic iome ether man than myself. Agniti, Mr. Chairman, the last ('nngrc provid ed hy the law n litre lid that one or innrii Plate liny bo Admitted from nn'ul Territory widi or without slavery. They were unwilling that tin) iiieinliern of the i.cMornny I'tiiiirc Cniigrr rhniihl jiid?e of, iheinnolvr, whenever I'tnh shall n-k ml i in sion into the Union ; nml thry have nnide ihi Ibolisli ntlrnipt to dictate the n...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 10 July 1852

A World to Joseph Treat. I)eai I) hot unit, 1 have read your " Word to Abolitionists" in Ihe 'Anti-Slavery Stun lard,' nd chftow this medium of faying a few word to you. I should linro wiitten yo ft through U.e tamo paper as tlmt in which your letter api e.ir ed, but for the wish tlmt hut is said mny resell our western renders particularly, which it would Mot through the. .Standard. I understand you to ba of the opinbn that to denounce a man whatever his crime, is wrong, is Itself a crime. That the- octt of tnen arc to bo denounced, but man nrnr, Voa say, ' (Vom the commencement of our ntcrprftfr, wo havo denounced slavc-owneis. In this wo have been in an error. Ye., wo hove been wrong from '.he very firs', and our cause li ttCicfore, suffered from the first : c have hot iniulo the progress c should hiivcdonc hud we taken a different course. And so now, for the sukcof tho cnusc, we mutt turn about and idopt a new principle of action." I admit the first charge mndc in tho above quota...

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 July 1852

THE BUGLE. The New York Women and the Temperance Cause. For two years, Mrn. Sw'e.btlm linn been i fighting Women's Rights Conventions, ln-' ennse they aiked too much nt once. They should ask for their rights by piece moid. First tecum the right to volo on lh; temper- mice question, when llm Ion In hnd heroine n little used to that, n hy like " Oliver" "ask for more." Some of llio grave Doctors of Pi .!..:... ... l i : I ... I .1 . ... tlliliv III nviT J Mini iinvir pinf ii HHP I'iriiy , ' . . . . . .' . plnn nnd given evidence thnt no such chufT will catch the old hi. dH. Tlint they Mould ' hnve the influeiire of women, utterly crush, i c.l, except in its exhibition, it should recog- . , ,. , nme the masculine supremi.cy mid control, j The occurrence wns on this wise, we leurn fioin the C'nrsnn Lengue. Tlie women ol New York, wearied with , ,. , , ... ' i :hc tnrdmcss nnd lialf-l.curtcdiicss, with which the tcmpcrnnco cause wns prosecuted under tho exclusive generalship of the men, ...

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 July 1852

nut . . . . .. - - .... , HI VKIIT9 H. UOIHSON, rriitor. "XII IN III X ' I T II UH E HOLDERS." K.MILY ItOBIVSO.V, 1'iiblit.liiiig Agent. V0L.7-N0.44. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JULY 17, 1852. WHOLE NO. 356. THE AS ri-SLAl'ERY BLUE, CiilHtheit vry Sa'nnin), nl Salvm, Vol. Co., O. Tna.. .f t.40 per annum if paid in a It unco. $l,r oft dim-in il' , Mul w.t un the litt nix month of tue .ttiw-rihrr't your. $.1,0 ( per ni:i'i.O if imynu'nt he tlclnyr-d hoy i l l ix m intlm. t7" Xa i ( tin illy cn-l i timber tn time Wvi a in u '.r, liut who hi'i; del nfd to bo inter '-"ted in t 10 il.n-eminivti.inol'iiiiti-hi-Tory trui'i. witii thj linno t lint tlioy will oir; r su'm -ti'iO fie nplvo, or uc turn- niiMi-iu-e 10 extra til' eirciiuti n among their liiriidn. nC m mi iU-iuion Inton led fir mrrtinn, toS.i 1 l o.-o I In Mviurr U. KmiKios, h iitor. A.Uotlic.-ni.i Kmilv Kihi.isux, "ul'lirliiiig Ag't, Selections. Speech Hon. J. R. Giddings of Ohio. In the House Representatives, June 23, 1852. coxc...

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 July 1852

From the N. Y. Times. Annexation. WASHINGTON, July 1, 1852. There Is the I H'Ht reason Til hulicVt! (lint n Very cxtctisivn plan nf Amu xutiiui is under Advisement will, in tliu l)i nine rniic Parly, mid llinl it in iiliniiRi ill linili ly rin.cluih'd up n. Tim question tmtre itiitiieilintcly limlrr ilisi-ussiim iniiid tliii Icinlrm lum been whether the projects inuii'iiiplatcd liy tlirm, should be prvpored as issue liir tin ram Imigu, nr should lie reserved lur union niter till! Vl'Stllt III' till? PUSHIHg I'll'l'lillll, TIPSP thsstgn ennlc'iiphitP tlie in'iuiiiliiiii of I'urtu Itiin, rit. Domingo, Culm, n nil ii province nl Vhtrnl Amnricn, slri'tching lioin sen to sen. The whole of these lurrilm kn iiniM neces sarily bo slave-holding, i I it is iiu essential )iirt of thn design to establish mi l lie shorn ol' the 1'iirifif, a slave-holding ruimnuiiity in Iii-iii in anil cut titt' ilm intci veiling region of Mexico from comitor iiitliieuces, nnil in Iiiivh a hearing upon dm lci-iri...

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 July 1852

Examination of Charges against the American Anti-Slavery Society. An examination the charges of Mr. John Scoble and Mr. Lewis Tappan against the American Anti-Slavery Society, by Edmund Quincy, a Vice President of the Society, and Corresponding Secretary of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society—Dublin, 1852. Such It the title pagonf pamphlet of twen ty MVett pageti for Copy of which the authoi will please accept our thank. It is trium phant refutation of the slanders sguinst this So chty, with which, its pious and rtverend cne. mica in this country aro endeavoring to fill Urvat Britain t and who unfoilunatcly have in e Iter. John Scohle a help meet for the work. A one in the aerici of effort of thi character, thero haa been circulated in Urent Britain a pamphlet written by Lew in Tupputi, with an in troduuiion hy John ovohle. This pamphlet un der the gui-c of a reply to charge brought against the American and Foreign Anti-Slave ty Society, it in fact a aerie of thurges aguinst thu ...

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 July 1852

THE BUGLE. Habits in Martinique. N. P. Willi, who has been to the Went Indict in search of health, ha found enough x( it to keep up a chnrniing correspnndeiico with th renders of the Home Journal. He tqteiike with freciRim, good will nml much apparent candor of nil classes of llio pnpu lolion, while nutl colored. We huie several time marked extract from his loiter for in sertion, which hine heeu for one must) or another crowded out, Hurt) is ow from ft letter dated. MARTINIQUE April, 1852. y wt.,n dmrnird with one thing, which delight the tuvcllcr wherever the r rench lire lumul the mien Inmate and caressing respect with which the elderly ludirs of the crowd were treated liy their younger I'rienils end Hcquniuhiiic.es. As the dispersing congregation poured out of church, the centres of the groiipr were the grny-huired millions (who, by lite way, were dressed with n rnre nml mi elegant irc rty that expressed their socinl Valtic) inn who wore liescf, nnd questioned, nnd kissed, ns if,...

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 July 1852

Hi itlIi muz m no N y T VT "?ii5s MAUII'S It. ROItlXSON, Editor. S c () Jj WITH S L K V E II 0 L D E II S ." K.tllLY ltOMXSOX, I'iiMI-Miir Agent. V0L.7-N0.45. SAmiTTOUJMBIANA CO., OHIO, J?IA72l7Ts52 " WHOLE NOtC" " II D . W T l tflltrrnvniiftit FutlitheA y Saturday, ml Sulem, Col. Co., O. Tittvu. $t,An per annum if paid in advance. $1,73 per nn-.ium if paid within tlio lir.it six minth of the mbii ribcr't your. $1,0') per annum, if payment be delayed boy.ind nix months. , LTWo caionilly tend numbers to those hi ro not null, 'filler, liut who urn believed to bo iiiter'ntcdln t'ic diMeminntionnf nuti-sln-rery truth, with the hope tht they will either ulwri'ie thCimolc, or use their influence, to xten Ik. circulation among their f. ictnls, I f('in licathoi Intciilcil fir insertion tn ho i 11 eisel to M vim II. Kniis-ov, 12 litnf All other M l'iit.r Hnttim, Pii'itiihinu Aift- THE BUGLE. Letter from Henry C. Wrigtt. Lckawrk Watm Cent?, Mich., ) July I. le.Vi. J Dkar Monies: Thin in In l ...

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 July 1852

wl ,m'h n.f the fliV".' f"tf',iv,! ,1 i . "!,".ra"Pn ' I'1"'' tlit ir tangsin liMijuivi-rinitliinlH.? Tl.nl i tho powlioti to which Massachusetts is reduced, II tu a inhuman K.liey dors not receive tho liomted rebuke which it il.siva. nt tit.- nml hands, uud lu-urls of its freemen, mT ' niy liiend the nppci.1 is mule to you, now, ns or j ore, that you will he true to our cnrivicliims, that jou will stand up in tin crisis, mill ili'iuoiiMrato to tl.o country thi.t there tiro some tni-ii, though pir !...(. )'"" I'uinncr may do tew Who run neillier no riinxrii nor driven tium im-ir utiegiancti mid fidelity to the honest rot.vi.'tii.tiK of their l.car.S III. II UMUl.TSIIIIUIUIg". II.IH'I'IS. nml II Voice. We will do it." Wi if vim w. in . . , , . , , it my word lor it II the l.eo Soil men of Massachusetts , ml of New F.nglaml, mid throughout the Uuitt-d Stale mil stand lino mid united a one niuo, if they will stand us the liicmla of liberty hnve e'lt.nd in limes past, reudy lo rush in w...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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