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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 26 February 1853

SPEECH OF WENDELL PHILLIPS AT THE AT THE Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts A. S. Society, Thursday Evening, Jan. 27, 1853. WiDLt Phi ti l pa came forward, ami Was received with loud cherriiur. I la nm. aented, from the llusiiiess Committee, the snowing rendition: Resolved, That the object of this Society la now, as it has nlwnya heen, to convince our country men, hy nrgomciits addressed to ineir nearts ami consciences, that slovchuhl Ing ia a heinous crime, nml Hint the duly. arety aim imcrcsl i mi etmccrned, demand is iinnietiiiue aiHiiitiuii, without expatriation. wisii. rvtr. 1 ar.stnr..sT, to notice some oh- jecliona Hint have been made to ulir enurse. ' autre Mr. (JAanisoi licji.in lii career, am! Minn n whieli have Iicimi lately urgei! , , """ wiin riiiiaiiieriiiiie lurri) and emphasis, ma columns ii ii, e laimjo LKADta, the able organ ul very respect, hie nml influ ential chiaa in Eughuul. I hope, Sir, ).ui will not think it w-ie oi ij..i i ,g ruv), a uliict't lielnre ton. ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 26 February 1853

Selected Articles. The Child's Story. BY CHARLES RICHENS. Dnre upon a time, n good innny yenra fi go, there wag n traveler, mill lis su put up pn a journey. It won n inngin journey, mii was lo seem very long when ho Jicgnn it, nnd pery short when lio got linlt' way iltrmtftli, lie travelled nlong a rnljipr itnik pnih lor fome lilllo limn, withotif (iii'L'tinit hpylhiiig, Jintil ol Inst Im emtio tr beautiful fihihl. fio ho snid to tlm rhil.li " Whnt do you here?" Ami thn chihl snid, "I mn nm nlwnys nt tint fl iitin nlirl tilnv IVHll flit ' fio, he plnyeil willi (hat rhilil, thn whole Any lour, nnd they were merry. The sky wne ao I hip, the ami woo ao bright, the wo er wna so ppnrkling. the lenvea were an green, the flowera were ao lovely, and they hetirrl such singing birds nnd anw an ninny liutterflie-'j thnt everything wna bcntilifiil. This wna in fine weather. When it mined, hry hived to wntch tho falling drops, nnd to f ippl ic (Vpr-h sccpls. When it blew, it wna delightful to 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. — 5 March 1853

W AHIl'S It. ROIIIXSOM, Editor. "NO U1U0H WIID IHTED OIDEBJ." EMILY nOBI.SO!V, Fubllahinff Agent. - VOL. 8--N0. 24. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MARCH 5, 1853. WHOLE NO 388. it f i 9? T jt h iti Cljje Puttie THE ANTI-SLAVEUY Bl'GLE. ToiHHKHO BVIHT 8TCBDAY, AT SaLEM, O. Tsbhs. $t, 50 per annum if paid in advance. Sl,7 per annum if paid within the Brtt aix Montht of the suliscriber'a year. 1,00 per annum, if payment ba delayed be yond aix month.. T"W occasionally aend number! to those who ara not suhscribers, but who are believed to ba interested in the dissemination of ami slavsry truth, with the hope that they will ither subscribe themselves, or uso their influ. ncs to extend lu circulation among their frienda. IT Communication intended for insertion, to be addressed to Mamcs R. Rohiiimii, Editor. AU other, to Emit KoniMsoK.l'ublishing Ag't. J. HUDSOX. PRINTER- THE BUGLE. SPEECH OF WENDELL PHILLIPS AT THE Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts A. S. Society, Thursday Evening, Jan. 27, ...

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. — 5 March 1853

Ctmlinutd from Fourth I'agt.) combatting it nbly ninl eloquently in M" well k mi w M reply In Ingersnll. But is Mr. tiiddint's willing to nit down with elnvehohlcrs, 'liken Imnil of brothers,' knowing oil llio liino llml lliey nro t rnriiM at home, mid not seek to n?e tlie co.ni'inn trength lo protect their victim? Doc lio not know Unit it i impossible for free (tntr- nil slave State to unite iiihIit nny lorm of Uonsti.ut.o.i, noiiuunr now cm, ... .., - , ' i..0 ' .,,,. s i, , in new slicncm lo Ihn ulnve system t It is menlmsy i.e,..nou ii n.. Il . :. I ....... ...ll. r M,,.. .,..,n... II. TJ2 v rk. e ; h, o7 . , VIIIO, llini, ern in ny, eiiinon null ni iiM v-iu- oliim lo hol.l up the institution, livery im- lion must mfiii.ttiit. pence wiihin her limits. No government cm exist which (lues not!10 fulfil that function. When we say the I'uion will liinit.tain pence in Crohn,., Ihnt being a lnve Stute, whut .Iocs ' pence' menu ? It means kerning ll.e sh.vo lienen.l, the heel ol hii mns...

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. — 5 March 1853

The Bugle and the Ohio Platform. " Indeed our Free 8il paper in Snleni had an argument Inst week hy one of its bleat correspondents, rlenrly proving to liia own mind, that disiioionists are tiutrnsumi tie in maintaining thut there la no difference to the alnve heivm-n hi return hy national or stele authority, in ruse nf an escape, and contending thai ut ihnvtd be mtisftd lo ante tlavtt lent back for Ihe prmrnt by $(ule author ity anil jury trial in coiiiiderntion of finally abolishing slavery by tome other meant. .0. Butte, t',b. 'i The u Correspondent', alluded to, nmat have been unfortunate in the chnire of language, or too leiiiltd ol' rediuulniiry of Words In convey hi menuing; or Ilm editor f the Untile must Imve grossly blundered, in npprwhrnding it, to arrive til ihe cnnclii. ton italicised in the nliove extract. Ha hua totally mistaken Ilm drill ol' my argument, or misrepresented it intentionally, (which I ran hardly Ix licvr) in have tiiii-l I wne satisfied, or would iidvin...

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. — 5 March 1853

(Continued from First Fagf.) my opinion man who then held the Or thodoxy of lloeton in hit right hand, and who haa .inc. taken up the Weat by ita Tour corner, and liven it ao larirelv to Puritanism 1 mean the Rev. Dr. Lytnan Beccher. Mr. Garrison waa one of those who bowed to the .pell of the matchless eloquetico Ihnt then rulmined over our Zion. He waned tin his favorite divine, and urged him to give to the new movement the incalrulnblo aid of hia Dome and countenance. He wna pa tiently heard. He was allowed to unfold hi plana and array hia feci. The reply of the veteran waa, 'Air. Garrison, 1 havo too ninny irons in the fire to put in another.' My friend snid, Doctor, you had better tuke all the irons you have in the fire out, and put this one in, if you mean well cither to the religion or the civil liberty of our country.' (Cheers.) The great Orthodox leader did not rest with merely refusing to put another iron in to hia fire) he ettempted to limit the irons of oilier men. A. Pre...

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. — 12 March 1853

tT IT KAnifS n. noUIXSOX, Editor. NO DKIOJI WITH StifEIIOLDERS." Cnil.V IIODIKSOX, PublUliing; Agent. VOL. 8---N0. 25. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MARCH 12, 1853. WHOLE NO 389. THE ANTI-SLAVEIIV BL'OLE, fntnlll TIT SATURDAY, AT SaLSM, O. Team. f 1,40 per annum if paid in advance. $1,71 per snnnm if paid within the first six Borrtho of the subscriber's year. 1,00 per annum, if payment be delated be yon aix months. tyWi occasionally (end numtiera to thoie who are not subscribers, hut who are believed Interested in the dissemination of anti. lavery truth, with the hope that thejr will aner uoorto themselves, or use their intlu. aee to extend ita circulation among thoir Itiendt. CV Communication Intended for insertion, ta be addressed to Marios R. Kosimso. Editor. aVU other to Emily Uontsso, Publishing Ag't. J. HUDSON. PUINTEU. THE BUGLE. THE BUGLE. Notes from the Leeturing Field. There ia no field of l.ilior with.which I tn'Mqnainted,Jmore promising limn a good portion of Columbiana c...

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. — 12 March 1853

f a great ntnn, who had ' too many irons In the fire,' and could not put in nirAnti-Slnve 7 bnr, becnuse Lis forge wna lull ! Hut there were ether arrows in his ipiiver, which own as w not; and now, I tliiink (iod, thnt lu a great pulpit, on this heights of Brooklyn, oil Lone Island, the ion of Dr. Lvinnn Beee.her etnnds, week niter week. venr in nd year out, and blesses every Sundny ir.on.ing ami iionows every nununy nigni, Wrlln An ftltuiliahnn A ) e 1 1 im m slrannns in the) American Church, i.oured out in defence Of the highest rights ami the noblest dutica f mankind (loud npplntisc). Most of us the misfortune to lie reckoned heretics py me ciiurcnc ; I mysell hnvn Inllcn miller ;S Clf.::"L"e.',lB 'tPA Ward Beecher belongs to thnt (rent nnd powerful bond, which tins inherited the spirit of the Edwardxcs, Ihe Hopk'mses, mid tlm summonses which has inherited their logic una ineir tirengtni ami Whicli tins got tlio Ihronvof Chnnniniit nml Im wields ,,,.- weapone Willi n tuility pow...

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. — 12 March 1853

5sts. In Slsvs 8tntes, we ars by no men wining wai ma system be introduced into ur own State. VVe think it pomilile fur the Legislature of Illinois to (rive expression to its hostility to political altolitiouiein, without ldantifyinir itself with slavery, anil submit tinf itself to ull the curses which flow from lis presence. "This law is In direct hostility to the sen timents of the people of the northern half of in stale, anil we do not believe Hint it will onset the approbation of any considerable portion of those of the south half." QL)t Slnti-Slaucri! Bugle. SALEM, OHIO, MARCH 12, 18!3. Esbcutivs Committki meets Miich 27. Xiic'Vtits CoMMtTTES. An adjourned meet lag of ths Executive Co mmittee of the V. A. 6. Society will be held on Sunday, March 27th. To CoRhESPoDEMTS. Addri.-ss to the "Evening Star" next week "The Song of ths South wind,' is too unequal in its mea sure and too original in its grammar and has ether marls of carelessness or Inex perience, which unfit it for publ...

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. — 12 March 1853

Selected Articles. From Sharpe's Magazine. A Recent Visit to Windsor. BY FREDERIKA BREMER. Biilte of all the creet lion of London, and wearied with tlio incessant Ijiimle of (lie Strand, where omnibus followed omnibus through the wholo dnv nnd tiisht, liow deli rioua waa it to Inkn a lliuht liv railwnv Iron) London into the country, nnd there tu spend few dnya with friends whose indescribable tminese made it pleasant to led one c otiticed lo them. It lina rained nnd linen stormy the whole day, Lut towards aunset tlin west horizon grew bright, ami cast splendid lipiims upon the heavy masses of cloud in tlie east. Tim wet treea and fields shone in thn radiance of the aunset, which became still Wnpner slid more brill iutil, giving proiniao to the carlli uf bright to-morrow. And several bright and beautiful dnys suc ceeded ; beautiful nnd quirt day spent in conversation, wondering in verdant proves listening to the soups uf birds; in cheerful drives; ngrecnhle, culm, socinl life! Would ...

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. — 19 March 1853

IfARIVS It. Tt-BINSOtV, Editor. "HO UNION WITH 8L i T E II 0 L D E R 8." E.MILY IIOni.S01V, FMhllshintr Agent. VOL. 8-N0.95. SALEM, COLUMBIANA. CO., OHIO, MARCH 19, 1853. WHOLE NO 390"' THE BUGLE. To J. W. Walker and H. C. Wright. Ma. Editor! In the last Html are a few Word from the alove named irtntlemeii, axrticulatiy addressed in mvself. fnim which I wiah lo make a qnntiilinn or I Wo, and offer abort reply. Mr. Walker an): Hut if Mr. Uelhy think the Hihle doc not sanciiuti layery, anil ninny of its accompany lug evils, ml will, in a rin of Imtnra, an 11111111111111, I here 110 doubt there'are those wlm will join heme with him," 4t. To thin I would ay I I iki not lliihk il would Im imv purlieu lar advantage In the Ami Shivery cause, In aierUKn a discnssi l tin- tlm J.-wi-h eyatem of erviiude, (r slavery), iihiii Hie M plan, nl least, hh embraced in the tpmin , liana given ly Mr. right (Lev. 2.' 48- 46, anil Ex. 21 1 20, 21), nnrl Himilnr OlieS, IIS wa would he likely lo lift) tlie...

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. — 19 March 1853

Illinois Slave Law. The I)arnocrntic Governor find Legis lature nf Illinois have perpetrated one of the grossest legislative outrages thnt tins ever disgraced any ctata or nntinn. We hnve clsewhero referred to it, hut its pre-eminent Infamy demands thnt we record it in full. Il ! hy such mennn thnt ttin Demnerncy lllinoia propose to rnlso a "ehnrlljfmvt'' for the support of the poor. It is ns directly conflict with the I'i'lelirnteil orilmrmco 1787, aa it ia in hnrinnny with savageis n nnd the most fiendish iuhuinniiity. Tliu service of the mon ia lint to hu sold, hut the man liimaelfj and in cnan there is no competition, the ninn nmy he aold fur lif'.t tn miicel the fifty dolhira fine. And in caso ho is sold hut three months, Unit will nlVnrd his pur chaser ahumhint time to cross the Ohio the Mississippi, from whence return wnuhl le hopvlca". It will be observed thnt this innlica no provision against Ida removal into a alave atnto by the purchaser. Yirginin tried hnrd thia winter, ...

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. — 19 March 1853

Correspondence from New England. CONCORD, N. H., March 9, '52. aln my mind to My few word on the Ute Bible Convention tn your City. And my f arpoM ha been strengthened by the various ammsnU and etricturc which hare been made apen It by Ita opponenle. Of the character of the Convention Itself I aa aay nothing. I was not there, nor haa any extended notice of (t been published. Some of it epponenta present, I know ; and am glad, while retaining their present character for pu rity and morality, that they are of the opposi tion. I hope no eauae in which! am engaged, . Hill arer be carted by auch co-operation aa tbeira. Of tin right to liold auch a meeting, nothing mi be amid. If thero bo any bonk or inatitu ien In the country, too aacred to bo examined, questioned and croaa qucttiorcd, tlio country ahould be rid of it immediately. If there bo Men who hold and teach auch delusions, they are the dangcrou men. Their influence ao far a they have any, ahould be at once dcttroyed by lh inculca...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 19 March 1853

Selected Articles. HENRIETTA, THE BRIDE. BY HARRIET MARTINEAU. ( During the hottest weather of a summer long gone by, the dress-makers ul London were in a pitiublo slnlu of worry nml ex haustion. The Queen, wife of Charles II., bad introduced n sort of Itlootncr costume, which fixed nil eyes; oml of course nil It main lieuili wore sci on having n soil like tlie Queen's. Her Majesty liml appeared in the Turk with n white-laced waistcoat or jackal, anil a crimson, short petticoat anil a little lint with n footlier. Alter this, theru woi no rest liir If to dress-miikers, ill) every Isdy hud tier short petticoat ami jacket. 'J'lie gentlemen professed themselves sciiii dnlized, not ut Hie petticoat, lull in I In: ladies buttoning their jackets to llio llirniit, n men Imllon their coats in cold weather. Wu lienr something, also, of periwigs under llio lints; hut this, which seems to iih ihu only objectionable uirt of Ihu dress, (nml it Was art not worn hy thu Queen,) scents In have pnsscd...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 26 March 1853

I . MARIUS II. XlOItlXSOX, Editor. "SO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS," EMILY HOBINSOX, rnMMIilnff Agent. VOL. 8--N0. 27. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MARCH 26, 1853. WHOLE NO 391. TIIEANTMLAVCIIV HKiLE, ' FcRLlllISD KVKHY SATUnDAT, AT SaI.RM, O Tumi. $1,40 per annum if paid tn advance, $1,75 per annum if paid within the first six rnonf ns ot the tubiuribor a feat. . 41,00 per annum, if payment be delayed bo yond ix months. CI" We occasionally aend numbers to thoo Who aro not subst-rilicM, but who are believed so oo Interested in tlio disncminntion of nnti. alarery truth, with the hope that thoy will ither aubsurib Ihem'clrtt, or uso their inllu. nee to extend ita circulation among their IV Communication Intended for Insertion to be atdrosaed to Mahiim ft. Koiiinson, Editor II others to Kmilv Uoiiinsox, Publishing Ag't, J. uudso,v, puinikr. THE BUGLE. Explanation and Defence. Sinro the publication of my speech in Thr Libilator, delivered at tiie hist oiimiul meeting of tlio Massachusetts A...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 26 March 1853

Imve; timo for mentnl And physical develop, incut nnrl maturity, nnd n much greater chance ol choosing with judgement. An oh Jr. Lepeiicr once said of going to tlio then- 're, "Kuyoiir children strictly from it till j ' "11 gun i.j iiimii ii iiii t'"'? ere old orinogh to know licticr, nnd then they won't want to go." Ho keen your fcirU indii nuurjing mi 11, ey urn 0I1I enough In know le!tfr, nnd hull' tint limn iIihv would choose in?:.'!) more congenial partners. 'I'lu-y Would at, II iimrry, because it in moro natural fir happier r llinn to do so. " I'or ciltcth thn solitary in families," for good to nil, wo know. Jim give girls something 10 110 i.ir tnemselvps, mm 1 1 icy wouiil never hurry into nn n'iectncnt which iniitnrpr lifb so oli:n condemn nnd mourns over. by should i'i? law recognise llinn ns lit to Mini themselves to such 11 sacrifieo of free ngeiiey, holh ol hody nnd mind, ns marry intf in sumo now is, helore they nre considered Pit- pnbh, r,l Itd.ing nro .,1 property ? W...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 26 March 1853

Editorial Change. Tht last No. of the Pennsylvania Freeman, contains the porting address of Olier Johnson t the readers of thit paper. Mr. Johnson goes to New York in Msy, a tssoriatc E liter f the Standard. The following statement of the executive cnmmitte of the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society, will explain the oucaaion of thia change. 11 It becomee necessary for the Executive Committee of the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society to announce to their ennatitucnta an unexpected change in tho editorial department of The Penniyleania Freeman. They have been induced to mnke thia change by a ttrong conviction that tlio interest of our cauae re quire it. The Executive Comniitteo of the American Anti-Slavery Society have invited Olitiib Joiixson to become one of thn Editors W The National Anti-Slaeery Standard, and requested ua to release him from hie engage menu with ua, in order tliat he may accept thia appointment. The rcaanna which havo induced them to make, and ua to grant, thia requ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 26 March 1853

Selected Articles. By Winthrop Muckworth Praed. YES AND NO. t cams Ir.to this world liko ther And now let go hand in hand, not ono befors another. SltAKSrF.Hl!. Mr.LoteWi Trent! on the Ait of saying "Yes." "He humbly answered, 'Yes! Bob.'" "He humbly answered, 'Yes! Bob.'" ANON. Our opinion Is very much strengthened by tie lie Met, I mi many oi our menus win nsrein . i. . ',, ,1,,., ,f ,.. w. . .. v. y- i -ii . man, on bis entrnnco into life, limn tlint of envina " Yes." A Hum who deiens not to use this little word is a bull-don in society be studies bis own gratification rather t him thnt of bis friends, end o( rnurso nccom p!ishes neither! in short, be deserves not to lie culled a civilized hemp, nnd is totally un worthy of the place be holds in the creation. Is it not liclit to believe the possible fal lacy of one's own opinion ? Yes. Is it not truly praiseworthy to sacrifice our convieion, our argument, our obstinacy, upon the shrine of politeness? Again and again wo answer, Yes...

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 April 1853

If' "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." IMIII.V ItOUIXSOiV, rublUhlng Agent. 91 Alt I US It. ItOIIINSON, Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, APRIL 2, 1853. WHOLE NO 392. VOL. 8---N0. 28. THE ANTI-SI. A VEKV IIUCiEE, Published etrkt Saturday, at Sai.fm, O. Tsbms. $1,80 per annum :f paklin advance. ' $1,7 per annum if paid within the first ix months of tlio subscriber's year. $1,00 per annum, if payment bo delayed be jrond iix montht. ryWa occasionally aend numbers to thoso who are not subscribers, but who are believed to bo interested in Iho dissemination nf anti slavery truth, with tho hopo that they will eithor subscribe themselves, or uso their iiillu nca to extend its circulation among their friends. tV Communications Intended for insertion, to be addressed to Maiiics H. H mso, K litor. AU others to Emily KniuNsoM.Piiblinhing Ag't. J. UUDSOX, l'UINTEK. THE BUGLE. For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. HOPEDALE, O., Feb. 28, '53. Robixson, llrspectcd Sir: Joseph Mr Barker's note to yon, Feb. 5th,...

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 April 1853

Reply of Wendell Phillips Esq. to Hon. Horace Mann. BOSTON, March 21, 1853. Esq. i Hmk 8tm, Were my spirit auch m Mr. Mann describes, 1 should answer him In thg ame temper In whleh ho addresses me. The tviateriala are ample, far mora ample than ho imagines, lo such an one ai he has fancied tne, they would be tempting. I ahull not touch them. I retain, howerer, the right to remem ber the apirit and tono of hi letter facta frora which to form, in future, my eatlinato of """racier. K my apecch or letter had any lorce, it came from the facta I atatcd, not from the epithsta in which they were wrapped, ahall observe that rule now, and commend it to Mr. Mann for adoption. Mr. Mann ia much exutedbymy speaking f hia paat rolationa to the anti-slavcry cauc. Jle aaya 1 have not alated the hicte correctly. 1 hare looked over my atotemcnt, and ro-afHrm It. I leavo that statement and hia denial to the Judgement of the anti-slavcry public, and will cheerfully abide tho vordict. lie considers my re...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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