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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 24 July 1852

Letter from Parker Pillsbury. HENRY CLAY AND DANIEL WEBSTER. Diae Marih : Henry Clay it dead, every one tsys. And he died without being Presi dent of the U. States, the great oliject lor which lie lived. He therefore in an important ionic, lived to no purpose might at well not have lived at all. But there i another aente in which he may bt eaid to have done even worse than merely to have lived for no purpose. In hie relation to his fellow men, it had been better that ho had never been born.or that a mi'.Utonu had been tied about hie necV, and he drowned in the deptha of the tea, on the day in which he wa born. No man if, or ever waa totally depraved, and o Henry Clay waa not. Still, it ia well for Humanity and Justice, for the poor and the oppressed, when auch alarming approximations to it, are removed out of the wuy. Even his vtry virtues, were poison to the thousand darts, by which he did his work of death on the live and liberties of man. Ilia influence waa un bounded almost, in ...

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 July 1852

Miscellaneous. Efforts for Outcasts. During (lie enrly mrt of 1830 mi rnrnoM Christum rutin offered hinmcll to hi rc!i- cum ilc iioininnlinii nn n iWii-niotituv in the r iyt? Pointn. The j,rn nun thought inlhcr chilliclienl; still, mi opposition wan made, nil llie iilissmntiry went mil In lua link. Ilia first illbrfwas with the childien. In Walking roiuul the streets nf this quaitcr, lie (lion ttiiiiiil Mini the hiiyn IiiiiI lint (inly hill lie homo mill nu ptircnis, luit the most nl them very little to ciii. Hie very Inst morning of bin ministrv lm ralhcrctl ii kind of ihcui to Ii ml iliu wnv In n I U iV. 'I In1 baker oie jeciid lo lecthntf uni'li n crowd of pick puck ft inn! lliiiv liul our liii-ml insisted, nnd bnnglit Inn bread fnkc mill distributed it nmu.iif them. Alter this Wan over, he tuhl Ihe Isiyn lie should Imlil n meeting lli" ik'M Sunday til die corner of Cross, street, nml nkcil if they would cume. " They would l if ihey wuiihl'ni !" they replied. On llio next HiimiIi...

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. — 31 July 1852

mat IflAKirS II. KOHINSON, Editor. "KO UNION W1TII SLAVEHOLDERS." EMILY OIHSO., riiblislilnff AQcnt. V0L.7N0.46. SALEM, COLUMBIANA. CO., OHIO, JULY 31, 1852. AVIIOLE NO, 358. TO IS TMLIIEIT BULK, Fbtithi ttrry Salinity, at Salem, Col. Co., O. Tsrms. ALSO per annum if paid in advance. $t,7i per annum if paid within tho flrst ii x Month of the subscriber's year. (1,00 per annum, if payment be delayed ooyoiiu six month. IV" Wo occasion-ill y send numlwra to those who ro not nurncribcrs, but who are believed to be interested in the dissemination of nnti-nln try trath, with the hoe thut tliey will oillier suhicrita themseWea, or use their inllueuco to attend its circulation among their fi lends. ryCommunicntinn intended for insertion, to be addreised to Makich H. HnntNsoN, Editor. Allothorato Kxily Kiaisaox, Publishing Ag't. THE BUGLE. Something to "W." HARTFORD, July 16, 1852. Pkar, kind W ;" A stray l'uglu lui.i lo ilny brought mn your ctitiipie mi my nrlicid in me ManilaM. i iianks lo...

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. — 31 July 1852

From the New York Tribune. A Fugitive Slave Case. ST. CATHARINES, Tuesday, July 6, 1852. Da srk , I take the liberty to address to you a few line respecting a very Interesting of escape from the great Southern Sodom (New Orleans). On Friday morning last, a fine appearing colored girl, atmost white, waa broughtlo my house by two colored men from Chippewa. She la only In the 14th year of her age, but had been aold four times. From what I ean gather from her, her mother is a lars In New Orleans, having two sons and two daughters, besides this girl, all the children of wealthy banker In the slave-breeding State of Virginia. Her father had occasionally aent money to her mother at New Orleans. $50 at a time. It was the lot or the girl (Mary Elis i beth), to be aold some years ainoe to a slave holder, by name of C , who died at New Orleans about two years sgo, and made provi alon by will for the freedom of his slaves, fifty In number, on condition that they should be carried Into Free Stat...

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. — 31 July 1852

Letter from Cincinnati. CINCINNATI, July 23. 1852. Curious Emancipation Case—Free Soil Meeting Curious Emancipation Case—Free Soil Meeting —New State Asylums for the Insane— Health of Cincinnati—Death of Dr. A. L. Health of Cincinnati—Death of Dr. A. L. Busknell. To the Editor of the Buglet A CAM Of emancipation ha Intuly coma to my know ledge which is worthy of publication. Tha particular have horn given me hy a legal friend, conversant with the facta. . About tlie year 1848, Col. Sumlerlin, re aiding near Meniphia, Tenn., died, leaving a large estate. It was anid by bis neighbors that he coutJ travel on horseback from Mem phis to Nashville and lodge on his own land every night. His will, drawn up a year or two before bis death and witnessed by a Judge of one the Cutiris, divided one half of his estate to his legitimate rhildren, and the other half to ten children Irarn to him by a mulatto alnve. Theso colored children had been brought, previous to the making of the will, to Cincin...

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. — 31 July 1852

THE BUGLE Women's Rights. Women's Rights. LETTER FROM HARRIET MARTAINAU. The following lottct from Miss. Martainau to to Mrs. Qage which wo hiivo permission to copy, will bo read with interest. Mr Dkar Madam: Your Ictltnr ling given mo great pleasure, anil I llinuk you Tor send ing me the assurance of your sympnthy, and o interesting n glimpse as you nflnrd 1110 of your position anil your life. ilon't see thnt we eon do nny filing hut good in necking tlie advancement of woman, ns long ns our great aim, felt nn, I avowed, in to further llie dis charge, of duty, t think we tuny go on bravely and stoutly, while our demands arc, not for pleasures nnd vanities, but that wo. mail may have a tetter clinnco of lienltli and strength, of senso and cheerfulness, of knowledge and self-discipline. Men will . not long be afrnid of thot which will innku thoir homes comfortuhlo, their wives rcosnn ohle, their children licnllhy and obedient, nnd their affairs orderly ami prosperous. And in your coun...

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. — 7 August 1852

MAItllS H. ItOBIXSOX, Editor. "SO I' S 1 0 S WITH SLAVEHOLDERS ." zyr " . VOL. 7-NO. 47. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, AUGUST 7, 1852. WHOLE 3Y0. 359. THE UTI-SUVERY BUGLE, ruiliibctl every KilunUy, at Salem, Cat, Co., O. Tkiims. i$l,0 pornnniimif paid in advance $1,1 per iinnuin if paid within tho first six mniun ni the subscriber s Venr. $1,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond nix month. ' ftTiVo ocominudly send numbers to thosc who nro not u.icribrr, lut who nro believed to ho interested in the dissemination of niiti-f.ln-very truth, with tho hopo tliat they will cither tubvrihe themselves, or mo their influence to extend it circulation among their friends. I "Cummuiiicntlon intended for insertion, to ho addressed to M vim's U. Hoiiinon, l-Mitor. AH others to Emily Khiinson, l'uhliithing Ai;'t. THE BUGLE. For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. Letter from Hitty Lane. Dkaii Mil. I'ioi.e : Iv'u Iieenl my you're idlers romly to listen to cvn ) body's com plaints. It's rnilier luuil to hea...

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. — 7 August 1852

United States Senate. WASHINGTON, July 28, 1852. THE FUGITIVE SLAVE LAW. Mr. Sumner moved to toVo up tho resolution offered by him yettorday, directing enquiry as to tli expeelicncy of reporting t bill for tlio repcnl of tha Fugitive Slave Law. Mr. Sumner saidIn taking tho Senate to take up this resolution for consideration, I say noth ing of its merits, nor of the argument by which it mny be msintaincd, nor do I anticipate any objections to It on these grounds. All this will properly belong to the dissctission when tho resolution is before the Senate, The single question now Is, not on tho resolution, but whether I shall be heard on it. As a Senator, nnui r the responsibilities of my position, I have defined it my duty to ofler this resolution. I may hare seemed to have postponed this duty to en inconveniont period of the session) but had I attempted It at an cnrlier day, I might bare capoaod. myself to chargo of a different chaiiiotcr. It might have been sniil, that as a new comer...

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. — 7 August 1852

Letter from M. A. Brooks. LINESVILLE, PA. July 2nd, 1852. Fmr.no Robinson: We have received nil other visit from our Friend J. F. Selhy ; nnd thinking it would not tie uninteresting to the readers ol tlie Jingle, I hnvo tnlten upon myself to note brief account of his Inbors. Mr. Selby came to Connenutvillc, ty in vitation of Mr. Unity, o Universalis! Minister, and a true friend f the sdnvo, for ttio pur iobo of attending tWir Association, which was held on the 23 nnd 24 tilt. Hoping that m word could lie spoken there in Freedom's reot cause, lie freely accepted tho invilii- ion, and attended during the whole meeting, Slut docs the render suppose tlint the tacred rdigium-of that church, coul if grant nil Ami- Slavery Lecturer nn opportunity of tillering Viif sclitimotils williin her walls? Nay, in- eod; llioir religions tics nro loo clear It re ally emns that some of the lending members of the I'tiiversulint Church, here in Comic ut, would sooner remain nt their home, -eentcd liy the...

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. — 7 August 1852

Miscellaneous. From the National Intelligencer. Spirit Rapping. Messrs. r.niTona: An nrticlo in n l.ito number of tliu " Intelligencer," copied frmn tlio " Joiirnnl of Commerce," piovi llmt tho Hpirit-rnppiug dehoinii iiiiw in vogue is nmtiiiiK new unilrr the sun," ty showbox llmt tlio same " iIii'iioiiii'Imii " nppcnied ns far buck ns it'.K I was reminded liy this of a scrnp of history which informs us llmt nn Imposition, similar to llmt now deluding the credulous, wns practised ut n timrli cur lier period. The iiecoiuil lo which I rclcr is given 1 1) Sir Juliii Fioisstut, in his" Chron icles," (Johncs' translation, vol. Ill.cflnp. mid in interesting, n i ln from tlio refcui bianco just tilludcd to, 11.1 mi evidence of lli" "simple curiosity nml n ligioii crrilulily" of tliiii faithful olil 1 1 r 1 1 : I . r : for llio fact llmt ho mnuilcstcd (.Ti nt eagerness in oli tniniug tho pnrtieiilnrs, toi llirr wi ll his voucher for their truth, appears proiiiinrntly in tho narrative. The S...

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. — 14 August 1852

M Altll S II. KOKIXSOIY, Editor. "SO CM 0.1 WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." IMIII.V HOKIXSOS, I'lilifislilnff Agent. VOL. 7-NO. 48. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, AUGUST 14, 1852. WHOLE NO. 360. TO INTi-SLAVERl Bt'CLE, tbli$htd every Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O. Terms. $1,50 per annum if paid In advance. $1,7.5 per nunum if paid within tholir.it six B) iitli of tho subscriber's year. $1,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond six months. laWa occa-donally send number to tliosc ho aro not subscribers, but who arc believed to bo interested in the dissemination of anti-sla-Very truth, with tho hope thnt thry will citlrrr ubscriho themselves, or use their inlbicnco to xtondit circulation among their friends. - tVCommUiilititimis Intended for Insertion, to bo addrosscd to M.vhiu U. Komnsq, Editvi, Allolliorlto Ktit,Y ltinmoit, publishing Ag't. " THE BUGLE. Colonization. Tho following from tlio National Intelli gencer, give I lie southern view of this ques tion. It will bo seen llint Mr. Stanley...

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. — 14 August 1852

Thoughts and Impressions of Traveler in Virginia. There i good etio in the following remark on the treatment of slaves, mado by one w ho aw ome thing In Virginia for himself. Ho writes throughout like a candid man. Ilia re tnarki in another paragraph on tho " general estimation" In which slaves are held, reveal ono of tho horrible influence! of elavcry silent and unnoticed icrhn)t, but yet to every intelli gent mind, unutterably revolting. Who ill nil ntvrer for the aocinl and moral annihilation of thousands of our own brethren whom tho tame Great Father created and love as ho ! love tho best of us 0. I'.eangctiit. Treatment of Siarct You will be told con tinually at the South, that tho slaves are well treated that kindness is the rule, and ut.kind tiess is tho exception and all who tell-you am themselves belicvo It. But before wo aflirm or dony such an asset ion, it Is will to know what Is tho standard of kindness w hich tho speaker j has In his mind. 1 havo often obscrvod in South...

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. — 14 August 1852

Alex. Campbell and the Fugitive Slave Law. FftiBftD Roi!somi The member of tliB different denominations, seem not to !e nwuro oflhe monstrous corniition mid wickedness of their leader. The Cnmpbelliles, or l)is riples, ire a remarkable instance. Thu F.d ilor of the Milleniul Harbinger, the celebra ted Alexander Campbell, hns been giving hi view of Shivery and the Fugitive Law in langnngo not to bs misunderstood, lint acarecly one in a hundred of bis sect, who accept birn a their or gun and mouthpiece to the world, through their principle public Journal, aeeuia to know anything of hi views and sentiments on the most iiiiportnnt uhject which now agitates the woi Id Hu man Slavery. The follow ing from the llnrhinger of June 1831, ahows moat immistnkcidily thu sonti mcnt oflhe Kdiior on the subject of Amcii can Shivery, The extract in from one of a eriei of articles, bended the " Fugitive Sluvo J.w." Before presuming to dngmnlizn on the attitude in which die. apostles ol Christ plice .h...

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. — 14 August 1852

THE BUGLE. Association. Of nil llio co-operative associations, v Iiicli feY years niiico atnrlutl up, ol' luivo ilisnp- nfcd except the Nortli Amcrirmi Phalanx, tintl llio Mnpcdnle Community. Of llio fur- j iner association wo find lliu fellow ing nc tho count, communicated by n visitor, to New York Tribune. 1 ! The Phalanstery and the Phalansterians. BY AN OUTSIDER. Ttf the Edilort of The X. Y. Trilmnc t I linvo just in.'iilo n visit to llio " North Atnericnn Phalanx." .Monmouth Coniitv. N. J. There nre fix hundred neics ol hind in tliu domain of tlm AtMofiiitiuii, most ol it ol tliu wilinnry qtmliiy ol "Jersey land." Aliont two hundred ucrca nro tindel rtillivnlioii, Improved within n few yearn hy diem- Ing with nmrl.lwo lictls ol which, ol superior ipiulity, nre on tho iroierly. A stream nf water running through it, gives n small mill- Ing power. The nearest lidc-walcr is (ivo miles distant, where steamboat coimnunica linn limy bo hud daily, hut lit irregular limns, With New York...

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. — 28 August 1852

JtlllCIUS II. ItOIIIXSOIV, Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO.; OHIO, AUGUST 28, 1852. VOL. 7-.N0. 49. WHOLE NO. 361. THE Aim-SLAVERY BUGLE, Puilithed every Saturday, at Sattm, Col. Co., O. Tumi. $ 1,40 per annum if paid In a trance $1,7.) per annum if paid within tho first six month of tho subscriber's year. fj,00 per annum, if payment be delayed boy in t six months. IVWo occasionally send numbers to those Whi are not subscribers, Imt who nro believed to lie iuteristcd in the dissemination of nnti-sln-ery truth, with the liopo'tlmt they wiil citncr subscribe themselves, uo tlx-ir inll'.ionce to CTtnn lift circf! t'i n mnin; tlirir Mends. YVC iminunlcntions intended for Insertion, to ho .1 Idrossed to Makic s 11. It .iiisson, K iitor. Allothcrsto Emily IliniMsox, Publishing Ag't. J. HUDSON PIGS'lEll. THE BUGLE. PLATFORMS. For convenient rcli-rericn w e republish lite DiiiiiiH'riitic nml Whig I'lnt forms, n'nl lav also aide hy p'lilo tliOKC constructed nt Hn IT ilo nml I'iilshurgli. RESOLU...

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. — 28 August 1852

Slit ntt-llllMfVII Hlti-ilit MWII UlUlljjl Wa OoD0OMMMnTOTAK THiTnt mrnT kD M.0W A DOLOROUS OR A JAUHINO BLAST, IT LIRS HOT IM MAN WILL WHAT HI AH ALL SAT OR WAT If! n ALL OOXCBAfc. Milton. SALEM, OJIIO, AVOVST 28. 1852. EXECUTION COMMITTEE meets September 5th. Tenth Annual Report of the Western Anti- Tenth Annual Report of the Western Anti-Slavery Society. Jojrful for thorn oeMof tlio past, and hopeful for the future, the Executive Committee of the Western Anti-Slavery Society, present their tenth Annual Report. Tlio financial affair of the lout year will be fully presented in the report of the Treasurer, to which the Society is revered. The committco have been embarrassed, In consoquenco of tho non-payment of the pledges rude during previous years, and the dclinqucn- dies of subscribers to tho Anti-Slavery Bugle. Of theso subscribers, the Publishing Agent has recently struck from tho list, about 200, who re owing to the Society sum not much ,hort of $ 1000. The committee have reso...

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. — 28 August 1852

woes, ahull no longer fill our land with nor- row ntiil mourning. 5. Reso'red, Tlinl llm vigorous unci ihmT- allimipts on Hie part of Hie friends of American Culoiiizitinn since tlm pussim. nf tlm Fugitive ghive L ivv, In revive llml hand- ninid of Southern Shivery, unci engine of, cruelly and oppression in tlm colored popu- lation ol'lhn country, mil loudly iimn us ns the friend nl impartial Freedom, t'nr witti-tc ful and untiring zeal in exHisiug its infamous character, and warning nnd rescuing those who limy become ils victims from llm late to avliirli il would consign them, Q. Resolved, Tlinl never wns injustice mnro iMiuiTHMjiin, ipr nree-ny morn rruiit-ii iniin Would lie Unit nl' iipprnprinliug the prncee It of llm Public. Lands, ii fcttfii sum of which rightfully licliiini In the colored population, lo the purposes of C'nlmiia Hum, inasmuch sislhcy are thereby cooipedleel In minister to. lueir own iiiisiriis.and w ith llnir own lunm-y to purchase llm means of llieir ikvii Inr...

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. — 28 August 1852

Miscellaneous. Shade Trees in Cities. Tho following hy tlio lamented A.J. Down ing, is one of llio lust articles ho ever wrote "Down Willi the Ailnnthii'n !" i tho cry wo lienr on all sides, town nnd country, now thut this ' trro of honven," (as llio cal.-ihrguei used nTliirtfiffly to cull if.) ha penetrated nil pnrtsof tho L iiiun, nn I begin to show its true diameter. Down Willi the Aihinthus! I's hlossums smell so disagreeably tlmt my family are inmlo ill hy it," says nn old resi dent on onu of llio squares in New Ymk, where it is tlio only shade for liily contigions house. " Wo must positively ni 'o New. port, pnn, to escape theso horrible Ailnn thues," exclaim tiumhcrlcM young Indies, who find tlmt even their best Jam Maria Farina n (Turds no pcnniinent relief', siucu their front piirlours hnvo become so celes tially embowered. " The vilo tree comes up nil over my pnrden," sny fifty owners ol'suh urbnn lots who hnve foolishly been teniited into bordering tho outsido of their "y...

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. — 4 September 1852

JU 4 It I ITS It. ItoniKSON, Editor. '5 0 UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDER." EMILY HOIIIVSO, I'lihlitliliiff Agent. VOL. 7-NO. 50. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, SEPTEMBER 4, 1852. WHOLE NO. 362. - - TUB ANfMLlf EST BUGLE, Published ssery Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., 0. TsaM. $ 1,40 ppr annum If paid in advanop. $1.73 per unnum if paid within the Brat aix months of the subscriber year. f2,00 per annum, if payment be dclnycd beyond aix month. fafWe occasionally apnd numbers to thoae who are not su'Hcrihcrs, hut who arc hcheved to bo intereted in tlm H:nmiiii.t;niinr ..ti..i. cry truth, with tho hope that thpy will pithpr uhi Tine t'lcnselves. or me their hirinpurn to xtsndits ciroulatio n amonir rhnir trinmla. Hr"" mi.niinicatinna Intended for insertion, to be addressc I to Mvhil 11. Uibinom, Editor. All Hhcrstn Emily Kintxsnx, Publishing Ag'l J. Hudson printer. THE BUGLE. Notes from the Lecturing Field. Having a icnf. over four weeks in Mcdinn Co., during thi throng of harvest, I desire to bri...

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. — 4 September 1852

llnn,lM,VOiern,l,e,ConVf".,ion' forM''' II. Collinj.. Nevertheless, liiope to find jnyself ul!e to vote, at llie Election, for Mr. Uule DntlMr. Juliiin, both or whom are b. UoiZlV' Tr M i""? l""h f, mhnm h"va life. I cannot doubt th..t Mr. Jul,,,,, scouts tho idea of the poMihla legi.liaalum or ijmveryj ami, in me Itoston rescuo triig Mr. Dale scouted it. Is it anid. Hint !.. rntty in rhetorical flourishes, that '0 .lid so f ZZfuil. . T ' . . :,,r- l,al VM, that there can no n.ore bo i Immnn limn ilivmc, law Tor converting a mnn into'a thing j thiit to recognize, and dignity, os law the enactment, which attempts gJ, B rn. undmut'i. Cr'"le bo,h Uod GERRIT SMITH. Speech of Parker Pillsbury, AT THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE WESTERN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. , On lho resolutions with respect to political relations and action, Parker Filbbury remarked s follows : It seems to mc to be of little account, to spend oar time In discussing what Is constitutional or unconstitutional, as long as we aro agr...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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