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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 27 March 1846

Gf. UJUJ VOL. I. SAMJM, ()., FRIDAY, MARCH '27, IsTu "TT- " FT NO. 30, A N T I-SL A V K R Y B U G L K Published every Friday at Salem Cou-miiiana Co., (). J A M I0S It A K A BY, Jr., Ormual Agent. l K NJ A MTV s. 1HVI.N i 4. KLIZABKTH JOXKS, V 0ITOR3. 33-1t! remittances tn be mmh, anil nil tellers rcltlllt IT in thp npriin.n,, .iT...' ,. In It ull cised (poHt paid) rAr General gor . i niimunicaiions inieiuieajnr inner turn ! be addressed In Ike Elitors. CCrTfcn.Vis: l.5t per milium, or $-2,00 if nut paid within six mouths of tlio time of subscribing. AllVKHTISKMK.NTS linking less than ft Square inserted three times for 75 cents: on,, square $1. i'mUSIIIMl I'u.MMI'l I kk: S hii V.hmA. . Ourgc Cj:irrfl.siii. J .it.es II irti -l.v , Jr.. D.ivid L. (j:1! fo-.il,, ,,, ..Imps'. WM. GOODELL ON LIBERTY PARTY. 'I'liis gentleman, in a letter to the Perry Countryman, tli is speaks of the stagnation of Liberty parly : From some cause, very plainly, tlic pro; rci of the Liberty party is at a dea...

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 1846

I proceed briefly to establish tlio position that the Constitution of the United State fos ters and protects Slavery. Article 1st, Sec. 2. Provides that " Repre sentatives and direct taxes shall be apportion ed among the several States, which may be included within the Union according to their respective numbers, which shall be determin ed by adding to the whole number of free per sons, including those bound to service for a term of years, and excluding Indians not tax ed, three fifth of all other persons." This clause of the Constitution, although ambiguous in its terms, (all other persons, embracing slaves,) gives to Ave hundred slave holders, owning fifty thousand Blaves, politi cal power in the General Government equal with thirty thousand, five hundred freemen, who refuse to hold their fellow men in bond age. It gives to the slave holder political power under the Constitution, increasing with the number of persons he may reduce to slave ry ; thereby holding out a high premium 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. — 27 March 1846

OUR TABLE. Graham's Magazine for March ia before u. We have hardly had timo to glance at its contents, but aee that J. K. Paulding, Edgar Poe, Mrs. Osgood, Mrs, Stephens and F. J. Grund are among the contributors totho present No. Its dress is in ilie best style, as usual. One of Sartain's exquisite engravings illustrates and ornaments it. The style of the engraver has a mission to perform, as well as the pen of the. writer. The impress of both is stamped upon the age, and they who nre them should he alike careful to give life to no form or thought but such as will purify the soul and be a support to it in its journeying here. Capital Plmshmknt, a violation of the principles of Divine Government, by Mi 1o D. Codding, Rochester, N. V. This es ay forms a pamphletof 41 pages. We aro lad to sec well written unifies multiply up on ibis subject; it is a-sign of prigresa, an evidence that the world is cmarnling from tho darkness and barbarism of past ages. Tf.lAL AND DEFENCE of tlin Rev. A...

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 1846

POETRY. For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. THE FAST. BY THOMAS WICKERSHAM. Cry plond ! spare not." Isaiah. Cry aloud let thy voice not le hushed, Let Us tones like a truinpot resound ; For the weak hy my people in anguish are crushed 'Tween the iron-clad heel and the ground ! Oh ! lift up thy voice lot it tell I If tKu iluo.lo nf hlnrlr darkness thev dot Through the land of the fetter and chain let it swell, Till itQ amirwl ninrnn thn fdnver's den thro4 ! For their sins are as scarlet and wails of despair In sad murmurs unceasingly burden the air Vet daily they call on my name, And are earnest to know of mv ways ; And the priost, as he winks at the deeds of their shame, Essayeth my counsels to praise ! Of Justice and Truth they inquire, As a people that loveth the li iuht, And all, from the youth to Hie Reverend sire, In the teachings ot isdom delight ! And of Charity, Mercy and Duty they talk And rejoice in the Heavenward pathway to walk ! " Why have wo thus fasted," they cry, " And still...

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 1846

AMI HY BUGLE, E5S SLAVE VOL. . SALEM, O., Fit I PAY, APRIL 3, LS(j. NO. 37 ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Published every Friday at Salem, Columbiana Co., O. J A M ES BA KN A B V , J r., General Age.,t. BENJAMIN S. JONES, -J. ELIZABETH JO NKS, j Editors. CT-M remittances to be made, and all letter) relating to the prcumary ajfnirs of the pnper, to bt addressed (post paid) to the General .Igcnt. Communications intended for iW Hon to be addressed to the Editor). 0r Terms: $1,50 per annum, or $2.00 if not paid within six month of the time of subscribing. .Adtirtisbments making lens than a square Inserted three times for 73 cents: ono square 01. rrr.x.iBiiiwi Commht::k: S uti'i Br !, ( .cvrgr (in i rotKiin , Jaws B ;rn rliv, J r.. David I,. Gullrcatli, L t lli.'iucV. " THE AMERICAN BOARD. A meeting lias recently been held at Sy racuse, N. Y., by the friends of Foreign Mis sions. The position of the American Board was a subjeM which received a considerable hare of the, altonticn of the 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. — 3 April 1846

may indeed enter her protest. If lief ronton str.incc is heeded, she saves Wh herself ami 'he Assembly; but jf her remonstrance it Yrjccted, nnd the sin persisted in, nnd that too obviously and purpnirtdy or roan; years, there in no alternative but toitissolve the cor. ntrtion, if she would preserve herself pure. If -dm. General Assembly tuili run upon the houJs ind quicksands of sin and discipline h!o offences, then the Presbytery is bound to sever the cords that bind tltctn together, "and save herself from spiritual .shipwrtck ! No, sir, protests cannot save yon, while you continue this unholy alliance. In vain is it ' rgd by the counsel for the prosecution, that this Presbytery spoke out against the sin of slavcholding three years ago. What avails this crying out against the sin, while you ' continue to walk in fellowship nnd christian connection with tho sinner! Of what avail ' is it, to declare against adultery, and yet lake th adulterer into conimunioii and fellow ship !' Docs...

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 1846

beTBJf foTcpfntrihrT Tor H is Vnly'tiy'rrpcrif ancc, tin she -showed, 'aW putting away the sin of slavery, that this terriblo catastropho can be averted. ... i . At the dosing meeting , we had some dis turbance, mnle by a m'an, who, if he were net utterly whnniclcss, we should expect would "link away from the light of day, and booomo a eompniiion to tlio bats nnd mules we refer to the formerly Reverend Mr. Ambler. Ear ly in the meoting alluded to, while, Stephen . Foster was speaking upon funds prepara tory to taking up a collection, that fallow bad the impudence to Intrude himself upon the meeting with his backers of whom we were informed a considerable portion wen) Metho dists and interrupting the. speaker, demand ed of him a night of bis license fur scllii-.g books His insolent demand uothaving been vomplied with, he attempted to read the law in relation to pedlar and travelling merclnnH, but the audience refused to bear dim. Id: succeeded in stating that S. S. I ester h.u "not o...

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 1846

POETRY. For the Bugle. THE SLAVES APPEAL. HoM, mister, f arm Uplifted o'er thy cringing slave, May crush three trembling limbs of mine 1J tit oh ! it has the power to save : Oh, let me speak on bended knee. At night and morn I'll pray for thee. Spurn spurn me not, 'lis nature pleads Within this yearning heart of mine, While from my pathway hope recedes, And coldly bids me " bide my time :" Around my way, how deep the gloom. If slavery is my life-long doom. I have a heart a human htart, Which fain its prison bars would burst To feel no more the torturing smart Entailed upon my lot ucturs'd : I have a heart, though dark my skin 1 have a human heart within. For many a long and weary year, I've freely toiled for thee and thine, 'Though often doomed the lush to bear, I scorn'd to murmur or repine ; I felt my wrongs, but dar'd not claim My sacred rights in manhood's name. Ah ! ye may bind these limbs of mine, May stretch me on the torturing rack ; May freely pour the cursed brine Adown my...

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 1846

ANTI-SLAVERY GfLEo VOL. 1. SALEM, 0., IT.lIUY.AnilL 10, 1810. NO. 38. ANTI-SLAV F.RY BUGLE. Published every Friday at Salem, Columbiana Co., O. JAMBS D.AKNAliY, Jr., General Agent. BENJAMTV S. JONES, ) J. ELIZAIIETH jones, EolToR- l0$-.9!l remittances to be mattr, anil a! teller) relating; to Ike pecuniary affairs of the paper, to be addreised (post paid) lo the General enf. Communications intended for inner lion to be aJJrciscd la the Editors. Terms: $1,50 per annum, or $2,00 if not paid within six months of the time of subscribing. Advertisements making lrss than a square inserted three times lor 75 cents: onB square 51. ?i nli8iil.x; C'ojimittkk: Snin'l Brooke, Cicorgc lia rrntscm , James B irnaby, Jr., David L. Culbrentli, L f llulmes. [REPORTED FOR THE BUGLE.] A SYNOPSIS OF THE SPEECH OF S. S. FOSTER, At First Session of the late A. S. meeting, ult. Soon after llie houso became filled, Foster arose and remarked that it was not their cus tom to open their mec'.ings with formal p...

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 1846

e iJP'H-U""-". .'! '-! - alone will rtstore peace U your loul, and to gat this i the only chance for you or I to obtain happiness. Anfl wherever there is love and peace and happiness wherever tho levo of God rules there i heaven. Where lit ruloa, every one loves his neighbor as himself. Wherever God rules, there is heav en ; as wherever Queen Victoria rules,. thero is the domain of Great Britain : and as Vic toria protects her suhjecta within tho juris diction of her power, so does God with out stretched arm protect those who come with in tho sphere of his rule. And whero is hell ! It is every part of tho universe where God does net reign. t is hell because God does not reign there. And who is in hell! That being over whom God does not reign is in hell, and thcro he will remain. These are not localities, hut states of mind. That man who docs not violate tho law of mind, that I have laid down, is a saint in heaven and there ho will remain until he violates that law. So ho who violate...

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 April 1846

THE KIDNAPPERS. In another column will be found an account dl' a case uf kidnapping at Columbus. We litres with tho Editor of tho State Journal that it was a daring; outrage, but to say that tho kidnappers "defiled tho vory Capitol of ou: State with their presence and their acts of slaveholding tyranny," is making a nour ish of rhetoric which contains less truth than .poetry. The. Capitol can't bo defiled by any net of slaveholding piracy ; the Legislature did all it possibly could to smooth tho way for tboso wretches, and lias now upon its stat ute hook a standing invitation to all white scoundrels to make tho colored man their prey. What say you, Mr. Journal, to such u-hultsaU defilement as that ! You denounce without stint tho Penitmliary guard who en gaged in robbing nnc man of hid rights, what liave you to say of tho Lc;itiaiive guard who -lit ono fell blow struck down the rights of thousands What, silent! You probably aipply the samo principle to kidnapping which (he poet did ...

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 1846

POETRY. From the Belfast Northern Whig. LAND OF THE SLAVE. BY FRANCES BROWN. Suggested by a passage in the Life of Frederick Douglass. Mr. Doughns relates, that 1 is first longings for freedom were awakened in his child hood, when lying under a true, he watched the birds at play among its brandies. The boy mado his rest, where, for ages, waved on One tree of a forest, whoso thousands were gone ; But the soft Summer airs through its foliage still nlaved. And the w ild birds rejoiced in the depth of lta shade. Oh! broad was the river, and lovely the scene. That spread where tho wilds of that forest had bee ; The moon lay, in splendor, on field and on wave. But the boy knew it shone on tho Land of the slave. And well might lie cast his young limbs on the sou : Their grace was for fetters, their strength was for toil : For the current that blent with his life-stream was one. That burst, in far time, by the fount of the sun. Oh! dark was the midnight that shadowed its course. But his eye...

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 1846

ANTI-SLIVERY BWCMT - - - II SI W VOL. I. SAI.EM, O., FRIPAY.APHIL 17, 1810. NO. 3J 1 ANT I-SL A V E 11 Y B U G L Published every Friday at SaI.CM, CoLLMBIANA Co., U. JAMES BARNABY, Jr., General Agent. riEN'JAMIV S. JONES. 3.. J. ELIZABETH JONES, DITOItl. t&-Att 're mi linnet s to be mnde, awl all letters relating to the pecuniary ajfairs of the paper, io it addressed (post paid) tn 'the General dgent. Communications intended fur inter' Hon to le adiretsed to the Editors. (ttrfiBMs: $1,50 per annum, or $0,00 if not paid within six months of the time of subscribing. Advertisements making less than a square inserted three times lor 75 cents: one quire $1. rcnr.UHiNO L'ommitti-k: Sain'l Brco'ic, George Uarrntsrin, James llim iliv, Jr., lUvitl 1,. tiallirenth, L-1 II .Sines. 3. K. FAJHTSS, ?2iJi7T3'Ji. THE AMERICAN BOARD. At the late Missionary Convention at .Sy racuse, X. Y., while the address from which we gave some extracts week before last, was under discussion "Alvan Stewart sai...

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 1846

Communications. EXCOMMUNICATION. To the numbers f the Methodist Episcopal Connection in Bainbridge, and throughout th United Stales, including the Clergy : From obeerration and reflection I am con strained to believe that your Connection ie more a bulwark of the heathenish and infidel institution 01 Slavery, than the representative of Christianity. Your book of discipline contains a practical Infidel principle of the blackeet ahade. It is found among the rules on Slavery, which allow ministers and offi cii) members to hold slaves, if the civil law will not permit emancipation, 4tc. Again, the rule sgainst buying and selling slave (see General Rules) says nothing sgainst raising, keeping, or giving away slaves, or receiving them as gifts. Tho buy er and seller of slaves is to be cast out of the church as a heathen man and publican; and the man who raisss, keeps, and bequeaths to his friends, or has them seized and sold un- dsr the hammer for the payment of his debts, ia retained as g...

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 1846

if ha haa not gone over the non-resistance dam, would do well perhaps it might tact him. "Thera are men enough, if they will onlv land, and they mint be made to aland, ft' the thing ia done judiciously and deliberate ly, there will be no difficulty. Provided we get good luff, not much will depend upon the previous fame of our candidates wo can manufacture their notoriety as we go along. "One thing know, unit you do take such a step ova new organization hem is a ooni CAac. It hae been, inter mis, shock- molt mismanaocd Every thing has been made to turn on tho woman question. The political haa been left to fall out of sight. " It wont do for ua to skirt the national poli tics. But if the Parent Society does so, and not by our movement, then we can lake hold with all our might i the Non-resistants will have to be out upon us, under the true flag, and the confounded woman question will be forgotten and we shall take a living posi tion. You certainly see this. Take my so lemn assurance 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. — 17 April 1846

POETRY. From the Halifax Morning Post. TEKEL. DANIEL v. 27. DANIEL v. 27. Suggested by the Sermon of the Rev. Mr. Bullock, preached at St. Paul's on the evening of Sunday, March 1st, 1846. BY MISS SARAH S. JACOBS. Not only in Ihe pnlaeo Where thousand nobles throng, Whose lofty roof re-echoes The lauirh, the jest, the song; Where from the vessels holy His wine the monarch sips, The hallowed' chalice touching With hot unhallowed lips; Whoro proud and jewelled hoauty Is Smiling round the board, And soft voluptuous music Proclaims Belshazzar, lord ; Not only on that midnight When Chaldea's king was slain, And all his subtle soothsayers Perplexed themselves in vain ; For our eyes, too, is written The word of doom and fear, And Conscience is the prophet To make its meaning clear. A poor man in the city Last evening passed away, And tired of ceaseless labor, Keeps perfect rest to-day. They labored late and early, Those patient hands and feet, Early in the cool dawning, Late in the twiligh...

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 1846

a VOL. I. SALEM, O., FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 184G. NO. 40. ANTI-SLA VEJl Y BUGLE. lublisheJ every Friday at .. OAfcKM, COLUMBIAN Uo., o. JAMES rUPNABY, Jr., General Agent, UENJAMIN S. JONES, - ) J. ELIZABETH JONES, w 1 EnrroRt (&-.t!l remittances to be made, and all letters relating la the pecuniary njjfairs of the paper, io be addressed (post paid) to lite General Jgent. Communications intended for inser tion to oe addrttttd to in: &ti lors. BTirms: $1,50 psr annum, or $2,00 if not paid within sit months of the time of subscribing'. Advertisements ma kino- less thai) n sqnare : i . . i r . inenea uuee uuies lor 4 cents: one square $1. ri-BHSHiso Committfe: Siun'i Brix kr, GeorgnGarretsun, James B irnnby, Jr., D.ivid L, (iiillimalli, Li.t Il-zlmes. 3. .33. tPAlKHS, JOHN LITTLE. . The subjoined ntrrative of one who was a thing in republican, but who is a man in mo narchical America ,is one of the many revela tions which come to us from the " Cities of Itofuge" which lie beyond 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. — 24 April 1846

Caar. and give him liberty to vtstt all the churches in itt bounds, snd preach the ever hiMi.iz gospel for the benefit of the colored population of the country. The writer can truly say, that hi labor have been much blest. Hit mral and religious character was nbeve tuspicirn and reproach. On true and fi-rtrent pintv lie bad built in whole structure, unj exeui.l'ird in his iil'o all it ennobling principle. In his early days, he prepared for htir.se a building Gad, tlcrnil :'u the hea rt;, und entiMtd unilef the banner of King Iiiiminuel, the cap'.atn of our solvation. It was this consoling refleclim that caused tiicn triumphantly t enter the dark valley of the si.ado of death, with a composure peculiar to a flint if Cod, who feelt that hit cove nant friend U near. ' In the Alabam Association, the lots of tS deceased will be creatly felt, especially hy the colored population in the vicinity ef Ki'ti, Anlioch, and Montgomery churches, where the mo9t of his last labors were spent, find ...

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 1846

HAYTI. history of th Republic of Hayti, hit shown the otter unfitness of Its people for any condition but that of thraldom. Bo far tt in government is concerned, it ha bean the constant sport of distentions, and, Is it tliii moment, rem by apposing ft tions, with but little prospect of returning quirt and concord. The institutions of Hayti are nom inally free.' The blocks have rm.de the ex pec i men t of self-government, nnd the res .It ought to convince both English and Ameri can fanatics, that to bestow freedom upon that benighted race, is toy ire a dagger into the hands of a madman, with which he may work dfetruslion upon himaelf and all around. In beauty and fertility, no island in the world can compare with St. Domingo. With but ti tle labor the boun-eous earth will reward the hopesoflhentisbandman. Yet, save the wild luxuriance of nature, an nir of ruin and drsolation pervades this unforunate island. Amid it most 'stored spots, the gaunt form o! famine is often ren. Distress a...

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 1846

POETRY. From the London Punch. A WASHINGTON WAR-CRY. liaise high the shout of warfare I E'en now proud England cower, As Washington upon her head Scorn and saliva showers. Soon tho great Columbian Eagle O'er ocean wide shall soar; With cock-tall and mint-julep, He's already half seas o'er. Arise, arouse for Oregon ! Prate not to us of right ! Sons of the Pilgrim fathers, We take our stand on Might. Ths favored race of Freedom Are not the men to flinch From the spread of sacred slavery, And the blessed law of Lynch. 'Tis not in down-trod England As in this happy land, Where each man whips his nigger, And none may hold his hand i Not as in out-worn Europe, Opinion here is free, And no man dares to contradict Th sovereign mob's decree ! Democracy wants elbow-room To put its branches forth ; Our South is cramped by Mexico, ' By Canada our North. Spread, Pioneers of Progress, Your sway from shore to shore, With arguments unanswerable And mounted rifle-corps. With bowie-knives and bullets...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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