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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 9 October 1852

Proceedings of Young People's Convention, HELD AT MARLBORO, STARK CO. O., SEPTEMBER. 25TH AND 26TH,1852. First Session commenced on the 25th it 10 o'clock, A. M., in grove belonging to Edward Brooke, and near to the Village. On motion of A. V. Campbell, Wm. Myers 'u appointed President pro tern, and Elica M. McGown Secretary, pro tern. It was movod that committee of fire be appointed by Voo cask to nominato officer to aerve dur'.ng the convention. Tho persona selected were Wm. H. Bottis, Julia Cleverly, Abby rerry, Jamca Morgan, and Eliza Campbell. On motion, a busings committee of Rvo was tilto appointed b the President, consist inn ' the following named persons, L. A. llinc, Bcnj. &WMtt, Julia Cleverly, Ilurvey Smallcy, and Ifiarah M. Paxaon. After short retirement, the nominating com mittee reported tho following nnmcd persons as officers : Lewis Erwin, President ; Alvah W. Campbell and Eugene B. Tierce, Vice Presi dent! Elisa M. McOowen and Catharine S. Morris, Secretaries. ...

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. — 9 October 1852

Miscellaneous. A Girl that would be Married. A SHORT, GOOD, AND TRUE STORY. Mr. Wntt had, hy industry Ami economy, accumulated n largo n ii'ti v. 1 1 a was n mnn ol' rather superior mind nml nctniiro Incuts, hut unfortunately became addicted to habit of intemperance. Naturally fond nf company mid possessing superior conver sational powers, his company was much ought, nml lit) became eventually a drunken ol. Hi was n Ibehlo woman, wilhnul much decision of character; lint mi only child w the reverse, illustrating nun of those Inw of nature, llmt females oflcncst Ink after the (iilher in ihnroricr nml per sonal peculiarities, nml tliu males nfler llm mother. Mnry wns well nw.ire of the consequences llmt would inevitably billow her lather's course, nml Imil used every exertion of per suasion nml reason in her power, In induce him to idler hi habits, lint without nvntl ; hi resolution nml promise rnulil nut with Uniul temptation nml liu pursued Inn down ward rourso, till the poor gill, d...

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. — 16 October 1852

MA It I US II. KOIMVSO, Editor. VOL. 8--N0. 4, SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, OCTOBER 10, 1852. WHOLE NO. 368.' THE A Ji T I S L A V E R T BUGLE, tuhUthtJivcry Saturday, at Salem, Col. Co., O. TiM. $t,fiO per annum if ptiiil in advance. 9 1, 7i) per milium n paid witluu tlio tir.it six month of the subscriber's rear. $1,09 per annum, if payment he delayed beyond lx month. if Wo oocaionallv ond numbers to those who aro not subscriber, hut who nrc liclicrcd to bo interested in the di'eminiitionnf nnti-siti very truth, with tho hope Unit they w ill either subscribe themselves, or uio their influence to xtend it circulation among their friend. ryCimmunicRtion intended for insertion, to ha addrot'ed to M vales U. K'Hiixhox, Kditor. AUother to Emily It hiinjon, Publishing Ag't. J. HUDSON. lMlIXTF.Il. THE BUGLE. ADDRESS. Of Mrs. Jane Frohock. to the Young People's Convention, at Marlboro, Sept, 25th. In addressing tint public in behalf nf the Young People's Assueiut inn, iho first cotinid er...

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. — 16 October 1852

f)c Slnti-Slaucrr) Bugle. SALEM, OHIO, OCTOBER 10, 1852. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE meets November 7th. Horace Greely. This) dibtincviiahed " Manufacturer of NewdjxiiwM,'' ni ho termed himself, spent the Imrt Saturday evening, in nn ollomiit to manufacture whig nut of our Pnlem nol'iiie- Una. What hi success mny Imva been wc cannot any, though we- should linrdly think It to have been very considerable. For iimt bout that near election, nil tliu political tint t U found to have " eel," which in hnrd to take out. Nevertheless Mr. Grrrely lulxir td enrneatly a though he hoed Tor sue cets. Hi topic wni the tnrifF, which of courae win well presented. It could not have been otherwise, with hi ability and Intimate acquaintance with tho fuel, con nected therewith. Mr. Greeley' description of the Ameriraii people at a " compromising nation," who would nlwnyi prefer to pet a thing hy halve, rather than nil tit once," was quite rhnr.ictcr iitio of Ida )ecch, no fur n the question of freedom wa concer...

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. — 16 October 1852

letter from Josephine S. Griffing. Radix, Lenawee Co., Mich. October 8th, 1342. Diab MariIs i After a three days rido orer lich and beautiful variety of country, we ar - rived at Mich. In time to meet our appointment of the 25th. I had seen tho notice of meet- Ingt In Michigan by J . W. Walker and II. C. Wright, with their Incidental remarka, but had rormea no just conception or the condition in which they found thil State- In regard to Anti Slavery, and certainly a Un Jutt one In regard to the rhsngo which this first preaching of Anti-slavery had produced. The evidence of susspptability to chnngo and improvement In the people arc most remarkable, M are the evidence of effective, truthful and high-toned labor by our Fellow Workers, H. C. W. and J. W. W. bestowed uprn this vine yard. Our meeting at Adrian the 23th, which was licld in Odd fellows Hull, was large in the morning, and increased through the day and evening, till tho hirgo hall was filled with intel ligent and earnest list...

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. — 16 October 1852

Miscellaneous. Diving for the Wreck of the Atlantic. 1 M. Maillefrrt and hit companions returned Troin Long Point last evening, altera second nd successful attempt to reach Ihn wreck f Ihe Atlantic although from unavoidable cir cumstance notliing Ims yet been accomplish td towardi raising tho Express Company's aafe, or commencing operation iiiun llie Wreck. We hnvo been luiuitthed by Mr. Joint (ircen, tho diver, willin very interest big account of tliu descent. Nntwilhstiind ing Ilia aomewhnt iihiiivorablu condition of the weather and the roughness of llie water, it not determined to attempt to reach the wreck on Saturday morning, in order lo trot theenpneity of llie new lump. Mr. (Jreeo, llterelore, nrisyed himself in tint inniino ar mor and started on din second trip In llie bottom of l.nkd Eric. He )-i-fiti I. il Milli on! airy difficulty, anil Iniitleil directly in the Interior of llie steamer's smoke-pipe, lliu toi nd aiilcs of which do li lt with Ins feet und handa. lie wn 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. — 23 October 1852

, MA III US II. K03 XSOX, Editor. "50 ENI0.1 WITH ILK h II liuyi." EMILY i:OUlSO, Publishing Agent. ( :,V0L.8N0. 5. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, OCTOBER 23, 1852. "WHOLE NO. 369. - - ft 'aaaj AC i'l-l.A Villi It L OLE, fl'SLUNKS HVSU SaTUHIIAY, at Salkm, O. Tarns. $1.40 per annum if paid in advance. $ 1. 71 per annum if paid within tlia first aix tnnntha of the Subscrilior's your 92.0 rar annum, if payment be delayed be Jmi aix month ' tjTWt oecanionally tend numbers to tlioso who are not nuistrribers, hut wlm aro believed In be (ntorotcd in the dissemination el' arrri Slavery truth, with th hnpo thnt they will ajiher aubacrilie thein.clvcs, or u their influ ence to extend it circulation among their friends. VW ComrnunVntion Irtrnde I for Insertion, to h addreaard m Mahiiui U. Hontn. E litnr, All othata Co Kmilt konisaoa.i'ulilishing A n't. J. HUDSON riMXTE't. THE BUGLE. Venality—A Whig Argument. Tlia Forest Ciry niKfi upon il render the necessity nf elecliitir I In1 whiif c ituliil...

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. — 23 October 1852

M)t SVnti-Slaucru Bugle. 6ALEM, OHIO, OCTOBER 23, 1S42. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE meets November 7th. Wade and Giddings. Our readers aro p crimen all ware, tliat our kit Democratic Lozislature cut up the atate Into such shaped congressional district it thought would bast erve tli causo of hunker Democracy. Thin was Mr. Giddiitg' oM dis. trict changed. When lo 1 Instead of a demo cratic triumph, behold Im fret toil dittrict, and two of tlio oldest, brarcit most thoroughly tried antl-lavcry politiciana therein, acfit to Congress, to bo if nothing more, thorns in tha aidoa of all slsvo holder., north and aouth, for two ycare to come, from our knowlrdjre cf tha men wcmuitmr that if GidJinga and Wade do not keep open running luoon every body of them, wc thall hava lesa fuith in politicians than now, and it la not over great. But how ever little faith wa have in politician?, wo have good deal in humanity, and epcrially in the two goodly specimens of it, to whom we allude, Ten if thoy do go to C...

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. — 23 October 1852

Begging for the Fugitives. From time to timo wt hsre published com munications from omo of the most reliable friends of the fugitive, deprecating tho collec tion of money clothing and provision, for the tut of destitute fugitives in Canada. Wo doubt not that imposition haa often been practised Upon the benevolent the distribution ma; have been injudicious and the effect upon tho re Ctpieats, in many respects, undesirable. Yet we are net certain that such contributions should not to some extent bo mado. Many of thoso who arrive late in tho autumn arc utterly dc titute, and it would seem quite probable would find difficulty in pr louring employment, and the duty of ministering to their necessities should not be exclusively thrown upon our Canadian neighbors, nor do tho friends in this neighboring region wish it so done. They would gladly contribute if their aid ia needed. How to ascertain what is desirable among tho conflicting statements is somewhat difficult, By request we publish 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. — 23 October 1852

Miscellaneous. Increase of Population—Its enuses. We take from the Nev York Evening at. 1-' ' f , tlk 1W, Mine .peculations in regard to 4 he catiaev or comparative increase i """ tknr In different localities. We coinintiiro with the following facts, extracted from an English work ou the subject, hy Mr. Double- "f7n dictls' mostly poor; and triliea ltv-. Jog on fish, not of the rich kinds, nru very ' nrolirtc. A low veifclshlo diet products the same effects. In Ireland, in Cliii'h, In Jitpiin, and Ml lliliilostnii, whero (Kits-docs and lice form the staide diet, imttiilntion is dense. In the richer countries, wilt re tlie olive nud me vine anotinii, ami nniintil limit ia pleiitt- and cheap, as in the Tiukish nnd Diuui- province, in the tallow producing din- ' Iricts of Russia, nud in tlio richest nurts of France and Spain, population is thin. This' ia jiartictilnrly the case in Rniiiiicliu, Walla - ehiA. Mnhlittiii, nntl Itiioi.ni-v. when, ilfufi. lulion is tpiite unknown. " travell...

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. — 30 October 1852

iUlUIUS It. KOKIXSOeY, Editor. "SO 110. WITH SLAfE HOLDERS,'' KTTirV K02l.KOr, rultlisliingr AkchI. VOL. 8-NO.G. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, OCTOBER 30, 1852. WHOLE NO. 370. THE ANTMLAVEICV lit OLE, Published every Satckiiay, at Salem, O. Terns. Jjl.oO per nniunu if pvidin a.lvanco. $1,75 per annum if paid within the first six tnontht of the sulncrilicr's year 2,00 per annum, if payment be'delnye:! be JronJix months. j ' tyVo occnsinnnlly scud numbers to those who sro not su'iscrihcr, but who uro hq'iived to be Interested in the die;nii)nti.iti of nnti lsvcry truth, with the !ioc thnt they will Wither subscriho tlioinielvrs, or uso their, iiifln rnco to cxtoud its vircuiulinn among their friends. ' (PlT Communications Intended fir insertion, to-he nddresieil to Ma mitt K. l!imsnN,- Ivlitor, All others to Kmily Itrj.iu.Nwo.N. l'nlirlii ik A j'l, .- J. HUDSON I'll!. VI'KR. THE BUGLE. The Higher Law. 'The Jerry Rescue celebration called foiih aoine very radical . seiiiiuiciits from di...

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. — 30 October 1852

Abolition Uproar in Syracuse. We had glorious excitement here ys terdu morning. A rumor hnd got abroad that J. Y. Loimen. well known nm fuiriiiva lavo, hnd been arrested nt the junction, near I oRnneaieiea. i rue to hie rocnitie under . the absolute control of which lie livea.CaA. Pal hnttcned to rliuy the bell, and assemble crowd. It appeared on inquiry thnt Mar- ahal Ai.l.r.i hn tnken tho morning tniin l!nr..U.,'!!rn,1,keWiM l,,rt ,,0liC" Wn. Jwsill and HciDEaso were passenger at the anme time. It was also known to many person that I,ogiien wni on lioard. Direct- Jy alter passing the Junction, it wna olwor- ved that Ins fumilv hnd aimu nu Innvino Kim behind, and th,.t iome olil,nm,...r.i.:.ll.,c,,n,,8e, ao stopped. Tho aliirm wna speedily aprend, and the tram hnd no sooner arrived nt Au burn, thnn a telegraphic notice wna domicil ed to Syracuse announcing Hint ho was ar retted. A meeting wna buhl, and arrange ments made to charter a special train to go top and aet the matter to ri...

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. — 30 October 1852

Michigan State Anti-Slavery Convention. Pursuant to a Call issued through the Anti Slavery Bugle, a Stale Convention assembled at Odd Fellow's Hall it Adrian, on Saturday the 16th lnt., at ten o'clock, in the forenoon. Tha meeting was called to order by Jacob Walton, of Itaisin, and tho following persons were elected officers of the Convention. President, THOMAS CHANDLER, Raisin. I Richard B. GLAXisn, Ann Arbor, V. rru., J Edwin Fullkh, Plymouth. f Robert B. Olaitior, Ann ArW, Seetn- Maria L. Mott, Hickory Orovc, Committee on Business, Parker rillsbury. Kew Hampshire, Khrinm Rulin, Tccuinsch, Laura Haviland, Raisin, and Jacob Vollonl, Ann Arbor. FiiMinr.o Committee, Jacob Walton, William Ward, Samuel Hayball, of Adrian, and Rich ard B. Mcrrit, of Battlo Creek. The meeting was then addressed at tome length, by Tarkcr Pillsbury on the nature and character of the Anti-Slavery Enterprise. Hi remarks were listened to with much attention, fcy the audience. Elder Tripp, of Franklin, kowevc...

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. — 30 October 1852

Miscellaneous. THE RED EAR: OR, THE HUSKING FROLIC. BY T. S. ARTHUR. Ill rural districts, tlm nierryrunkings linvc natural heartiness about them never seen In tlie cities, towns, nor villages. Ove rwoen infr aclf-rcspert bus not mint! In In (tutor the motions tlio body, tior tn smother the iaugh in its free utterance. Keeling mill ac tion ure in close relationship. You come nearer to nntiirc, iintininmclcd hy cus'.oio, am! unaffected by nit. A inerrvmiiking par erceiltnce is n New England husking linlic. Tim hushing frolic nt Ihe South inn ilill'crent i.ffuir tillugi-llicr. There, it in n congregation ol' ncyriics from the various phiiitaiinns mini nt 1 1:1 11 1, who, while they work, timlio tlm nir vocal almost for miles nroiiinl Willi their rod" melodies, 11 few of which hnvn been rrmli n il fomiiicr I" enrs olito tiy the " Seiimnde is" w ho hr.vo so highly amused tliu public dni-int? tl.ii past two or three yours, lint, nt tlm North, tliu " husking," liko tlm "quilling., draws tn...

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. — 6 November 1852

juitiSIabjefii jff Aiturs it. nonixsox, r.iiior. ".NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS.'1 KJIIXV ItoniNSOX, rnlilKtiiii; Agent. WHOLE NO 371. 'VOL. 8-NO. 7. it - ) SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, NOVEMBER G, 1852. - XHE ATI-SIYlVi:ilY KI JI.r, Pi-nuiiito svr.av Satlrdat, at Salex, O. Tmtm. tUiO per annum if paid in sdvnn.c. 1,7 per annum if paid within the tlrst aix months of tho subscriber', ycr.r $3,00 per annum, if payment bo delayed be yond six month. f"We oecailonnlly on(1 number to those Who are not .urncrlhcrs, but who ura believed to ba interested in the dissemination of anti alavofy truth, with tho !ioo tlmt they will either subscribe th( unclves, or ue tli. ir inHu nee to extend iti circulation among their friends. IV Communications intended fur insert ion, to be sddrcs.p.l to Mahiis 11. lb. hi vox, Kilimr. All other, to Emii.t Komxsux, Publishing .n"t. J. HUDSON. l'UIXIKIt. Selected Articles. THEODORE PARKER on the JERRY RESCUE. From the Syracuse Free Democrat. From the Syracuse Free...

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. — 6 November 1852

The Sandusky Deliverance. bn theSfnh, jitM ns the rtenrnboM ,4rrot was leaving tliu dock fur Cimadn, two color d wonwn ami several children were forcibly Urngged from the, bont by Kit-o, the efy innr whal, on (I tarried fs tlm mnvor's office.' under Wireclion of mnn from Kentucky, who liflictJ To lie their owner. A crowdnf col wed people- nml whites filled tlm nftiep, hut no steps wern taken liy tlm riini ivlrulu fur n fcenrinjr forthwith;" nml nfier wailing shoot Jialf an bour, 11. It. Sloano, F.m., who lin.l hnrn retained us counsel for the piisnncry, in Quired of Kirn If lio had any warrant or w rit to authorize their detention. Rirn siid ho lind not. Slonnn tlicn inquired if there mnn ny pnper or evidence under which llicy were tlctnined. The Sandusky Commercial Rtgisttr ays: ''To this demand also tlioia was no reply . Mr Blontio then turned in the colored people In the room nud iiiliiiuiteil thai I hero nppcnml lobe nothing which required their deieiition. Immedintvly tin; enti...

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. — 6 November 1852

The Election. The four months party struggle Tor pine on J power i it in end. The Whigs are ilofcalcil, pro bably with n overwhelming rout. Freedom has loit nothing by the defeat. Slavery had (ho pow er of enforcing her will alike over both parties. Every right-minded and light-hearted freeman car. feci only regret, not that the Whigs are de feated, but that tho Democrats are successful. Under the pliant temper and experienced ser vility of General Tierce, tho rule of slavehold ers will be absolute, for tho next four year. Their will is to he done, not 11 iu heaven above," but through all this eaith beneath, so far as their reckless will and tho subserviency of the government csn mutually accomplish it. T secure their iuccoss, they openly cast way all truth, principle and justice. Thry were the unconcealed and uncompromising ad vocate of despotism, to w hich they ark now lodged tlicmselvrs willing vassals. Willing, ' net ly to -wear the ynko themselves, but hopelessly ta fix it upon...

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. — 6 November 1852

THE BUGLE. Homely-Graphs from the Fireside.—No. I. BY A HOUSEKEEPER. lomlny nflrrnoon. Iloighn! my clnthca re nicely foMcil down ready fur itoniiif.', unil e, few momenta remn'ui before my loy anil (iris will rome M hounding out of school," Minding: mo almost deaf wiih their noisy glee nml clamora for auppcr. Jlut thero goon Eddy riilling down the cellar steps nml oh dear ! whnt a about lio raises. Xnw I Lava picked liim tip, nml persuaded liim to ait quietly on my lap whilst I jot down I know nut what, Thia la n lovely niitnmn tiny i the sun hinea with tl.ti mellow, subdued light ic culiiir to Imliiiti Hummer the w iml Imp licrn making mournful music in the tree lups, nnd bringing to mc nil ilny long the rustling of tli ill ii'd ouru tluit still stands u unit in n nuighlmring field. Sumo limes though, it awecp pnst with audi force, ns losciul pails and basins rolling over the yard.ninl forcibly remind one, of tlio ' September Hah'," by O. W.I Inline Autumn nlwnya In ingn linck oUI ...

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. — 13 November 1852

n tf ih - v (i ita h I n ei u n ei u u in ipi m i li i i i .4 ri u t-i MM) JWV j fllAKIUS It. HOUISSON, Editor. " S 0 UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." e.tiilv i:oi;isox, riiiiisMii7 Ajom. WHOLE N0372." : VOL. 8--N0. 8. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, NOVEMBER 13, 1852. 1 THE AIVTl-IY4Vi:itv ni fin' PlIRI.MHID RVRIIY BaTI'ROAY, at Ralkm' (J. i ". I.uO per nnmim if paid in advance. ;!. 91,74 per annum if paij witliiii tlio tirst six """ll n'o uuscrinnr I year . fi.OO per annum, if payment ba dulavcj bo oiul six months. f?rW oecaionalljr send number to those who are not uhsoribcra, but who aro believed wrmwu in uie uiMcmination of anti 'very truth, with the liopo tbnt they will ithcr suburibn lhonnelres, or uso tlieir infill nca to extend ita circulation among their IT'Commuiiic&tinna Intended for insertion, " V" 'nrosei to .viAim-i 11. ltomo, Editor. ah amort 10 I'.mily lloiiiNsox.rubliiiliiiig Ag't J. HUDSON, riUNTEU. THE BUGLE. The Mormons—Poligamy. Il is but a lilllo over twenty years, s...

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. — 13 November 1852

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE PENNSYLVANIA ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. t Tho Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society eon- Wdtn its Fifteenth Annual Meeting, at 0,9 Horticultural IT11 i v. ..-... Sth, 1502. Tho President of t'ic S.icic'y, James M-tt, 11 o'clock, took the choir and culled tho to order. In tho alwncc of ti e Recording Secretary, on motion of J. M. M Kim. C. M. 1i.ir!H..l, Wa appointed. Secretary, and Dr. J. A. Row. land mi:l !!., 1.' I!-...!. a.-: ..... tarlc. ' ' ,.on a. on coming lomrthcr nftcr a icnt'i separation -it i. r.ntur.,1 i-,.,' -t . ShotWrrfn-o i. i,.- r , 7 ' 1 ---"" I "1"""1 '"u"" After aliott silence, Lucy Sionc said s llioutk rtiis Is the ftrst tinio I have hern mong you nd most .if your faces nre strnn- grr to mcs I roooniie in yon, the long-tried tni true friends of the Mave, wlm, on the fron- Mm of lavcty, nnd throu-h vn-iuiLiry trials, 1iae lcen faithful to him. While tlio vrotM srnna you I ns been aeromhlinB t.r pocr n 1 tnot and gain, you have known that th...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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