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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 4 September 1852

Joint Stock Company. At the Anniversary, D. C. Gilbert volun teered to be one of one hundred person, for five years, to raise an annual hind in shores, of $3 each. From the report of the Treasurer, which we publish to-day, it will be seen that those shares were all taken.' But our charter will permit the indefinite enlargement of our capital stock. Let it he doubled or quadrupled, it cqn all bo used to advantage. Send on your subscriptions for hares, to the Treasurer, Joel M'Millnn. Bunting of Men. We learn from the Comicautville Courier that threo fugitives passed through that place a few days since, receiving from the citizens nbmidfliit hospitality, aid and comfort, in obedience to llio higher law. Tiny were followed by seven biped blood-bnuiiilH, in full chase, seeking to enforce tbe congres sional statute, in such cn.-rs mado and pro vided. Jlut they got tbeir labor for their puius. They aru safe. Asatomt Afcn I'ursioi.oor. All w ho are desirous of acquiring n thorough knowledg...

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. — 4 September 1852

Miscellaneous. From Household Words. "Who Murdered Downie?" About the end of the eighteenth century, whenever any etudent of the Marischal Col lege, Ahcrdevn, Incurred the displeasure of ine hummer citizens, Iio wna nssmlcd with he question, "Who murdered Dowiiic?" Keply mul reminder generally brought on collision between " town and (town;" ti h ho the young gentlemen were nrcmi'd or whnl wm cbronologirnlly Impossible. People linve right lo hnmifrry nt being stigmatised na murderers, when their accusers have pro- liability on their side ; hut the "Inking nil'" of isnwme occurred wnen ma gownsmen, su maligned, were ill swaddling clothes. Hut there was n lime, when to Im branded ns in accomplice in the slaughter of Kichard Downie, iiimle the hlood run to the cheek of innny a youlh, and sent him homo to his hooks, thoughtful arid subdued. Dowuio won sacrist or janitor nt AI.irim-li.il College. One of hia duties consisted in securing the gate hy n rertnin hour! previous to which nil the...

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. — 11 September 1852

m i ft 4 II I US R. It Oil I ft SON, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." EMILY ltORISO, Pnbllsliinff Ant. VOL. 7---N0.51. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO,, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 11, 1852. WHOLE NO. 363. THE ANTI'SLAf EST BUGLE, Publiihed svtry Saturday, mt Salem, Col. Co., O. Tim.- l.0 per annum if paid in advance, $1,74 per snnum if paid within the tirtt ix month of the subscrilior a year. $J,00 per annum, if payment be delayed bjr nri .in months. CfWe esadinilly ond numbers to those whd r nut su n rioers, hut who are hoheved to ho intortsted in tho tlistominntioii of anti-slavery truth, with the hope thar they will cither a'M ti'n theinanlve. or use their bill icnce to et-n1 if. -irrut itbo amnnif rhrir f lend. f ! mvniiiicstiniia inten Icil fit insertion, to be 4 Urcn. i to Mvuicjh II. It .mi.,, li litr All itherstn Emu II amis, PuMisliing Ay t J. HUDSoX PRINTER. THE BUGLE. Money and Slavery. BAINBRIDGE, August 28th, '52. Friend Robinson t Tin" Spirit suiih iihim nifl write of nil the evil llni...

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. — 11 September 1852

From the National Era. SPEECH OF HON. CHAS. SUMNER, OF MASSACHUSETTS, ON HIS MOTION TO REPEAL THE FUGITIVE SLAVE BILL IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES. THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1862. The Civil and Diplomatio Appropriation Dill iaing under consideration, the following amend ment wa moved by the Committee on Finance. "That where tho ministerial officer of the United State have or ahull incur extraordinary xpense in executing tho law thereof, the payment of which U not specifically provided tor, tho 1'residcnt of tho United states ia uu ihoriicd to allow tho payment thereof, under the special taxation of tlio district or circuit court of tho district in w hich the said services havo been or shall be rendered, to bo paid from the appropriation fur defraying tho expenses of in judiciary. Mr. SUMN'EIt moved the following amend' bent to tho amendment : " rroriileil, That no iueh allowance shall be authorised for any expense, incurred in rxecu inn the act of .September 18, If 50, for the sur ...

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. — 11 September 1852

&I)C 3lnti-Slcu)cry Bugle. WftlN OOD OOMMANDI TO TAKI THI TBCMPBT AKD BLOW A DOLOROVI 0 A JARRINO BLAST, IT tilt MOT IN MAft't WILL WHAT HR IHALL tAT OR WHAT MM IHALL OONCSAt.. Al(OM. SALEM, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 11. 1852. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE meets October 3rd. To CoKtiro.iDiiT.Oiir columns were crowded on the reception of ilia fiivor of oiir Cincinnati correspondent, which in our poktgy for omitting a purl of hit comniu- mention. For the like reason, (ur.vino must excuse (lie delay of liiscommunicatioii till next week. We would also suggest to liim that in connection with facta audi aa lie deals with, it ia beat toapictHl hie reul name' Mr. Sumner's Speech. W give what we can of it this week. The argument both in regard to the constitution and the fugitive act we are obliged to omit. But it will be extensively published and generally read. Frcm what we publish to-day it will be aeen, that although Mr. Sumner affirms the positive anti-slavery character ot the constitu tion, he neverth...

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. — 11 September 1852

Miscellaneous. From Chamber's Edinburg Journal. The Midnight Ride. A mimW f yen ego a gentleman lit Clydesdale offered me n situation us bend- igronm, wbtch I accepted. I linilom' horse swhieli wns kriit in n stable tiy himself, and Wns, witlmtit exception, 1ih ugliest ntul most rtvngn imitiml of this kiml I liml ever seen. There 'n mil n tringln miiit of n strong or O fist Horse almut liim. He wns nil black ns eliifff oiil ; lie was nnmi'il Sntnti, nml richly sM he deserve the runup, lie would fly it I Von, like a dog, with hi teeth attempt to Lat you (low ii with hi lore-feet; nml strike rouml a curlier nt ynn with hid liiml ones. lie liml honten off nil the roniili rulers, grooms, lid jockeys III thut part of the country. Alter being In the place lor n li'W days, 1 va asked hy the iicnilemnti it' 1 lhniilii I could iniiko anything uf Hulmi. I replied, thnt if lie mint inn, he wimlil ln tho only horse which hud done so; hut Hill 1 cimsid red him tu he hy fur the moHt si.vnire I li...

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. — 18 September 1852

1W4UHIS It. XlOItlXSOX, Editor. "SO UI01 WITH SliVEnOLDERS." K.IIILY i:01il0, Publishing Agent. VOL. 52. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, SEPTEMBER 18, 1852. WHOLE NO. 364. THE A1T1-SLATERY BUGLE, fttiliihed rery fUlurday, at Salem, Col. Co., O. ' TrtMs. -$ tOpornnmimif paid In advance. 9 1. 71 per annum if paid within the tirat six month of tho subscriber's year, $i,00 per annum, if payment bo delayed fcoyond ix months. FIT" We oocnMonally send number to those who are not subscribers, but who are believed to b interested in tho dissemination of nnti-ala-very truth, with tho hopo that they .will cither subscribe thomselr, or use their influcnco to xtetvlltf circulation nmnnu thpir friemU. r"C'.rminuniiTBtion Intended for insertion, to ho addressed to litmus 11. Hosnso, lilitor. All others to Emu Kintxso, Publishing Ag't. J. HUDSON, riUNTKR. THE BUGLE. From the National Eva. From the National Eva. SPEECH OF HON. CHAS. SUMNER, OF MASSACHUSETTS, ON HIS MOTION TO REPEAL THE FUGITIVE SLAVE B...

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. — 18 September 1852

Liberty Party Convention. Tlint pnrt of this Convention wtiicli agreed lo unite with the Free Democracy, nppointcd n committee lo rotifer with Messrs. Ilnlc nnd Julian, iii to their views concerning the lo pnlity of Slavery. Adjourned to meet again October 1st, to cclebrato tlio oiini ein.iry of Jerry's rescue. Tlio following nro tlio roporls, majority end minority, of tlie two committees. AFTERNOON SESSION. Tlio Convention again assembled lit tlio Dnlcli Kc'brmcd Churrh. WILLIAM (JOOIIELL, from llm Iiiwincw Committee now submitted tliu following: MAJORITY REPORT. The Liberty Party rMtitcs.ns eiiilili'd in ( 'otivt'iil ion nt Cnn.iMOta, N. V., Sept. Jul, Itf.VJ, in view of tlio recent proceed lugs of tl9 Convention of the Free Demo cracy nt Pittsburgh, think it proper lo define llnir position miew ; tlint it niny lie distinctly iiudcistood by tlie friends ol universal free dom. Wliilo wo licnrtily rejoice in tlie fnct llmt eo lurue mid important h liuily of men m tlie Free Democracy...

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. — 18 September 1852

Slave Representation. Tho thrco-fiftli slave representation,!- a thing Veil enough in the eyes of tho chivuloroua masters, in tho general goTrrnmenf, a it jena- them lo eftntrnl it .1 tl, ... r .i.. North. Hut it fnils to bo equally accept: hie to them in thoir tato government. Ira Influence it to throw tho whole, government of tho stnte into tho hands of a few slaveholder. Virginia had despcrnto atrugglo on the question lust year. Even South Carolina la icatlcsa umler this aristocratic ru'.c, and tho moro moderate lave atstea, havo utterly repudiated It. Louisiana ia juat now agitating the question with noli. tl: Interest. A. convention for tho revision of their constitution, liaa just dosed ita tension. In discussing tho meriia of ita la bora, ths following article eontaiurd in tho new constitution receives severe condemnntion. "Art. 8. llcprcv illation in li e Hnuso of Keprcaontutivcs shall bo equal and unilbtm.aud ahull be regulated and ascertained bj the total population of eac...

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. — 18 September 1852

f1 "IT U T TT n T 11 1 11 Jli 1) U U lJ 1j . Address to the Public. Adopted by the Ohio Yearly Meeting of Progressive Friends, held in Salem, Columbiana county, Ohio, by adjournments, the 5th to the 7th of the Ninth month, inclusive, 1852. Assembled in olicdiencc to our convictions of duly, to lake into serious consideration tho moral, social and religions condition of tho humnn family nnd tlio obligations resulting therefrom, nnd having felt it to be right to form an association for tho purpose of pro moting pure nnd undcfiled religion through out the world and aiding cacli oilier in tho enroll for truth, we are constrained to Iny licforc the puhlic an exposition of our views in re la I ion to some of the topic that h.ivo claimed our attention. And, first of nil, we desire to acknowledge our dependence upon tho God who linlh cre ated tie and all men in his own Imnge and Irkcncss, who has endowed lie Willi reason and conscience, who hits allied in to himself through the senso of ind...

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. — 25 September 1852

fif Fit Y:r iki tM II in MAIUUSJK. ROBINSON, Editor. 'MO UNION WITH SLATE HOLDERS," EMILY ItOI!I.iON, fiiblDIiins; Agent. V0L.8-N0.1. - SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, SEPTEMBER 25, 1852. WHOLE NO.' 36f TIB IHTl'SLlTBir BIBLE, Fu4mW sears' SarunJay, Saltm, Col. Co., 0, Tsau.-$l,fiO per annum i( paid In advance. $1,74 per annum if paid within the first six anontha of the subscriber's year. . $1,00 par annum, if paymont bo delayed aeynnd six. roontha. iyVa occasionally (end number to those ho are not aubseribera, but who are believed to be Intnreated In the dissemination of anti-sla Wery truth, with the hope that they will either ubaunha thomtelvea, or nao thoir influence to x tend its circulation among their friends. i.7&ratnuiiicatione intended for insertion, to be addressed to Marius It. IIorinsom, bditor. JLllothereto Erntr Kobinsok, Publishing Ag't . JICDSOX. PRINTER. THE BUGLE. Letter from Henry C. Wright. Sulliva, Medina Co., Sept. 8, 1852. Dear Mario: i ennie to tliia town ye...

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. — 25 September 1852

degradation, bill nu outrageous violation of the most essential rights ol limnnn nature, nd utterly ronugnant lotho precepts of the Gospel." Btill another, of n more important diameter, ratue from tho Abolition Society vf IVtiRylvauin, and ni pried by ' Benjamin Franklin, as president. Thin venernble man, wiiosq active lite lind been devoted to the wcl'.'n.re of mankind at home and abroad ViIiq both as philosopher and statesman, hnd arrested the adinirnlion of the world who jfcad ravished the lightning from tho skies nd the scepter from a tyrant who, as n inemlier of the Continental Congress,, bud el Ii'm namo to the Declaration of Indepen dence, and, as member of the National Convention, had again set his nnnie to the Constitution in whom more, perhaps, than In any other person, whs embodied the true spirit of American institutions, at once prac tice! and Immune than whom no one could be moro fmnilinr wild the purposes ond aspirations of the founders th'm veteran, eighty-four years...

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. — 25 September 1852

Letter from Pennsylvania. Washington, tp., Butler Co., Tn. ) Sep. 7th, 1852. J Friend Mabics : I find I am cast on the bar ton mountiini of Dutlct Co., Ta.. where Prea. bytcrianiam, Methodism, and all the other lama nd Itca, worship the God of Sect on Sunday, . and the Ood of Pierce and Scott, and tho Bal timore platforms on all tho other days of the week. They devote six days to tho God of Poltics, one to the God of Sect, and nono to the God of Humanity and Justice. Therefore I feel constrained to rebuke such tyranny and ' hypocrlcy, and thanks be to tho Author of our being, there still are e few tried souls who are vrU'Ung to apeak out in behalf of humanity, nd that in tho Very faco of the Baltimore plat , forms, with their gag resolutions. But In But ler County they are few and for between, it any wonder, Mr. Editor, that we havo such a tate of things, when we consider the astonish ' tng Ignorance among tho pcoplo on tho subject Of American Slavery Sometime In May last, I had an ...

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. — 25 September 1852

Miscellaneous. From the True Democrat. National Woman's Rights Convention. Tho following sketch of iomo of the prominent speaker and their topic, will he ie;;d with. Mvcrst. Syracuse N. Y., Sept. 8th, 1852. Mrs. K. Oukes Smith hna just delivered a inustcily address, clothing the practical duty before lis With the artistic lioauly of In r pou'u; soul, urging to immediate act ion ill nil possible ways "that this place alieady a watch word of freedom, lie the Thcrinnpultio where we take our stand until death." Mis Lucy Stone rose to speak on thu first resolutions. I can give you very little idea of her eloquence. iinireM(ivent.,f -. nnd close. clcur login from any pnrtiul repoit. tSliu peaks without pri'piirulioii, hut ulo without li.'Miution or wandering, nud is a universal favorite with the audience. Pliu is hiiiuII in staturo, dresses pnrliully a la liloemer, t hot U in n neut dress of black silk, slightly thort I'licd nud loosely ruling, beneath which nro tight pnnts of the amiie m...

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. — 2 October 1852

imr i i mm MAIIIUS n. HOUfXSOft, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SLiTElTOLDEBS." E.niLY ltOKISO., Fnblisliing Agent. VOL. 8-NO. 2. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, OCTOBER 2, 1852. AVIIOLE NO. 366. TUB ANTI-SLA VERT BUGLE, tutluhed ry Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co.', O. Tsas. f 1,50 per annum if paid in advance. $l,7i per annum if paid within thettrstsix Diamns or tho suuicriucr year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond six monthi. fFWo oocationnlly lond number to those who are not subscribers, but who are believed to be interested in the dissemination of snti-sla-very truth, with the hope that they will cither ubaoribo themselves, or use their Influcnoe to vxtentl its circulation among their friend. "Communications intended for insertion, to do addrosie 1 to M arils H. Koiunon, Editor. All others to Emilt Uiriksox, Publishing Ag't. J. Hudson; frinteii. THE BUGLE. FREEDOM'S GATHERING AT LINESVILLE, CRAWFORD CO, PA. Agreeably to previous notice, tlio friends of Freedom ond lliiinnniiy met...

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. — 2 October 1852

Aawricn wna milling to her ihiiiiIkti", tliu Cmiiolic Clmrrli in different parts of tho world, was milling to lier, eternal glory. Shi could ace the inconsistency nnd wickedness of Slavery, lnt ilia I'roleatunl Church of A tileries could lint. Ten yenrs nf revival of religion prepared lit for slaying a hundred thousand Mexicans, and doubled the number of our slaves! Cun ucl church lie the. true one? We are told o look nt countiica w here llie so called Christian religion does not exist, 41111I compare their condition with our own. ook then nt Amerien before it wns stolen from its unlive inhabitants mid ritilful own. rrs. It took our Christianity to leach the un tutored sons of tho forest that men nro so Worthless that lliey niny he bought nod sold ! Whilo in prison, Win. i'enn wrote o book, (he spirit of which wan, 1 No eros,no crow n.' If this bo true, what will become of llin church ? What cross docs the church bear ? Tho Anti-slavery movement is tho true cbfistiijn movement. Jt r...

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. — 2 October 1852

For the Bugle. Letter from Parker Pillsbury. LITCHFILD, Sept. 22, 1852. My ma at 1 bar (poke two or three time of 'sto at the special with of Free Soil men in Free Soil towns. An Indian went once to preach. When he same home another Indian asked him what y paid Mm. Ho (aid nothing. Why, he wae aaked, did'nt they pay more f He laid, lie luppoacd the pay n as good as the preach anyhow. Such hat been my only comfort in lecturing to Frco Soil assemblies. I have spoken in connection with Mr. Sclby, In Hartford, New Lyme, and Andovcr, since my last report besides attending with him the convention of thrco days at Linesvillc, Pennsyl vania. Since then, I have had meetings in Jof. ferson and Bcrca, besides' the convention with the Griflings, on Saturday and Sunday, at Hinckley. The meeting at Linosville was all that could have been expected. You will receive full report from the excellent Secretaries, two of the students from Mendvillo Seminary. They should both Immediately consecrate thcms...

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. — 2 October 1852

Miscellaneous. A Country Wedding in France. No pnrt of France, with tlio exception of Itrittuiiy lini preserved it pntrinrclinl habits, national character, nnd ancient lorms cl' language, more thnii Touruino and Berry. Tho manners of tlio peoplo there nre i x ,rp liuly primitive, nucl vomo nl'tlit-ir ciicIuiiih ' irinus nud interesting. Tlie billowing lie "XHiht is from the pen of a modem ! retich Mriler of great power of observuliun anil "dcsciiplinu l The diiy before tlint appointed for tlio wedding, nt two o'clock in the ullcriiomi, the bond of mnsio iirnveil tlmt is to eey, tlio bamtine, nml tlio m ill Willi tliu triangle. At liiglulull, strange, preparations were begun, tlie piirty separating into two bunds; nml when darkness cosed in, they proceeded to tlie ceremony ol the livrett, ur present mak ing. 1'his took p1:irc nt tliu liotiso of the tiriilu Mrs. (Jtiilli'iiit'i cottage. Tlio good wo man look with her her daughter H dozen young mid pretty pftstoiirelles, Mulic's Ii ion...

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. — 9 October 1852

Cite JtlAItllTS It. HOUISO., Editor. ".NO UNION WITn SLUEnOLDERg." r.niuv itotiiso., rniuiiing Agm. VOL. 8-NO. 3. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, OCTOBER 9, 1852. WHOLE NO. 367. THE ANTI. SLA VERY BLUE, PuhliiKei every Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O, Tm. $1,50 per Annum if pnid in advance. $1,74 per annum if pnid within tlio tlrst six month of the subscriber's year. $1,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond six months. ttTWo occasionally semi numbers to those who are not subscribers, but who are hcltcvAl to be interested in the disseminntinnof ntiti-sla very truth, with the hope that they will either subscriho themselves, or use their intlnenrc to extend its circulation amonj their friends. ryCimmunications intended for insertion, to no allresspil to Mtitiri II. Hoiiinsom, hditor, Allothersto Emilt KnnixsnN, Publishing Ag't. J. HUDSON'. ritlNTEH. THE BUGLE. Slavery has no legal Existence in the Government Slavery has no legal Existence in the Government--The constitution an Anti- ...

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. — 9 October 1852

wjstem lie allowed to continiif, WO have no 1 Si'ptMiR the four stntrs named, sell a Pt.ilimiW tititulwr or their sttivea o us la make ainjliiwwt n source ofprollt, nnil thru Income Ire Mates, in what tort of a condition will tf the extreme toulli le left? Did Vnoiigh, in nil conscience. We will not only have lost about otie-hulf of our rcpreseutn live Influence, diminishing constructively our Weight In llio councils of thn nntinn, but olso t Our physical ability to defend ourselves from aggression and insult, and at the same time Will be overwhelmed Willi a dt-sriiiition of ioiuliition diprniorlinned to the advance of tne comiiiy, and die requirements ofagricul lore or muiiiifucluriiiir. How would we prevent the approHch of lleh a (lute of thin vs Itv Hrol.il lilinif miller evere pubis nud niialtie the emigration of "cn irin niiy oi me northern slave states. u..u a primiuiiMiti would ln followed bv good result. In thn Uret place, it would rotitmno tbe institution mnnng them for mi ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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