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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 2 April 1853

tha oath. I m not here to construe It. . You know what the the Conrt aaya it meant. If you are ready to take it it ttand, I am rcadjr to administer it. To change it in the least it to make it another oath. The law telle me to ad- miniater this oath, not any other.' But, says Mr. Mann, my constituents elected tne knowing that I would .not take the whole oath. I hare talked about it 'so often,' that almost every body knows it. The Speaker rcplics-You might have whit- ftni your explanations to your wife, or writ- nd deposited them In your boots, just as well as have printed them in the Vedham U untie or Boetn Commonwealth. You know such publi- cation is no legal notice to the nation. As the old Engtiah speaker said, I have no eyes here no eyes lwre but the eyes of tho House' can i nothing but what the law sect. I cannot notice explanations. As for your constituents, they got all their rights to choose you from the nation ; and the nation never gave them a right toehooaeany man, excopt ...

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 April 1853

Selected Articles. Opium, its Cultivation, &c. This baneful drug ia chiefly cultivated In itiriiKftl and other English Kant India posses- j siuna. The aeed ia town in Novcmber.and the . produce collected in March. India ia said to produce 60,000 cheats, weiirhing from 135 to , 1 10 pounds each, annually. The tending of opium to China began in 17C7. In 1647, fif ty vessel were enquired solely in this trade, I Inside a great number partially pa etigugen. Two and a half million dollar were annu allyin spito of the restrictions of Govern ment imported into Koo-cliow. In 1848 there were in thot city one hundred house devoted to the sale of opium for smoking. I'tom'1701 to is 10, the amount exported to Oina'varied from 3,000 to 7,000 cheata per year. ) In 1837 it amounted to hetween HO.OOO and ifi.000 chests, valued at $W,000,000. From 1 -;??Ito 1842 the trade was alinoat entirely intnriupted by the war which grew out of mid attempt or the Chinese Government to suppress it. For the ye...

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 April 1853

f"7 f . !. A . maiuus it. nouixsoft, rtttor. "no union with slaveholders," E.MILV niSON, rnblHIiintr Agent. VOL. 8 NO. 29. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, APRIL 9, 1853. WHOLE NO 393. . THE ANTI-SLAVEllY III Ul.i:, PtrtumsD ivbht Satubpat, at Salrm, O. Turk. $ MO per annum if paid in advance. 91,74 per annum if paid within tlio first six months n( the subscriber's year. $2,09 per annum, if piiymont bo delayed bo yond nix months. fTWo occasionally tend numbers to thoso who are not subscribers, hut who are believed to bo interested in the dissemination of onti slavery truth, with the ho;.c that they will tithor subscribe themselves, or uso their inllu ne to fxtond its circulation among their frienda. Communication Intended for inrtinn, t be atlrecd to M vines U. It hum). Editor. All others to Khii.t Konissos.l'uhlishhig Ag't. J. HUDSON. rUINTElL THE BUGLE. Lectures in Pennsylvania. LisEsvii.i.r, Crawford Co., Pa March SM, 1853. 1 Ma. Robissos Deiir Sir: Tim citizen iif Linesvill mid vici...

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 April 1853

&l)c anti-Slaocry Bugle. SALEM, OHIO, AVHIL B, 1853. ExBCUTIVB COMMITTZS IDfCtP May 1. OFFICE REMOVED. Th office of the Bern, has been removed to the third story of the Brick hnilrtin. Corner of Main and Ellsworth Streets, (olii American House.) Where all who want Printing done art invited to call. They will fled Mr. Hudson ever ready to accommodate. The Catholics and Free Schools. A Catholic friend who thinka we have done the Catholic injustice In regard to their posi tion on the school iaw, ha loaned us the Cincin nati Cathnlia Telegraph, containing n lm.glct- . f? li: 1 Si ii. ... ... scr oi uisnnp jurccii a on una sunjert. n have read it, and also reviewed tho little, notice of which our friend complain". Wo do not aeo that our alutcmcnt waa incorrect. Wo alatcd that tho Catholics eek to detroy tho free School system, and certainly if man ever luhored to overthrow any system, Bishop l'urccll labors for this end in tho article our friend haa handed in. Wo also atatnd that I h...

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. — 9 April 1853

Reply to Jonas Hartzell. Xditor of the Bugle, Dear Sir t In answer (a Mr. HartzclT let ter, 1 would observe, UU Thtt I have never received a letter from him, or 1 certainly should havo answered it, for I have no objection to a direct communica tion with him. 2d. Mr. llsrtitrll is quite mistaken In suppo sing that In the sixth and seventh resolution laid before tlto Convention, I liaro given a con fession of my fuitli. I hud nothing to do wi h those resolution, except to express my dissent from them. The first live resolution wcro the only ones I acknowledged or advocated. It is a mistake to aupposo that In November lust I believed that every man has an Infallible rule of life, with w hich h wiscspahlo of becoming perfectly acquainted. It is a mistake to sup pose that I said anything In the Convention bout man having an infallible rule. 3d. That I have prefcred many and grcviou charges against tho lillilc, or rather that I have brought forward many arguments to prove that the Bible i...

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 April 1853

Selected Articles. From the Commonwealth. Natick—The Brogan Shoe Trade. Nntirk is nn Indian word, mul signifies the pllCH of hills." 'I'lltrt luWIt WIIS given In iIid Indians hy the General Court, mul in HWl lin y creeled a village Inn1 nn Urn hanks of Charles river. Il consisted nf lliree streets. To each house was iiltaehrd u garden-sput. They also I'liilt n mission-hunse, n IijiiiiI-iimihj fort of a circular figure, ami il foot hriilgH over the river. Prior In these improvements, John Flint, (lie missionary, pre irhed Inthrsii red children of llin wiblei ness under ilio hrnnrlii'ii of n venerable oak nntv standing nt South Nntii'k. At the suggest inn of Mr. Elliot, Ilio Indian nilnii'il the I'nrin of it'iv crnmenl proposed hy Jcthrn to Muses. They prospered while iimler n succession of leiirli ers, until, " hy r -f:itcil wasting sickness, ntnl oilier causes luliil lo the race, iliey Inivo linw become nearly II' iiol quitu extinct. Wllliill hlliscilit-lnsa of the house where I now...

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 April 1853

MAKItTS R. ROMXSON, Editor. "NO ONION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." EMILY KOBIKSOX, rtiMlftiilnff A sent. VOL. 8-NO. 30. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, APRIL 1G, 1853. WHOLE NO 394. THE ANTI-SLAVEHV BHULE, PciLitaiD Tat Satubdat, at Salbk, O Taatit. $1,50 per annum If paid in advance, $1,74 per annum If paid within the firit tix tnontht of tho tubacriber I year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed be yond lis. monthi. C7W occasionally tend number! to thoie who are not subscribe, but who ara believed to be interested in tho dissemination of anti slavery truth, with th hope that they will ither subscribe themselves, or us thoir influ nca to extend ita circulation among thoir iriendi. rr" Communication Intended for Insertion, to be addressed to Masics It. IIomwdox, Editor. AU othen to Emily Uomsson, Publishing Ag't. J. HUDSON, PRINTER, THE BUGLE. Letter from Henry C. Wright. Letter from Henry C. Wright. BOSTON, March 31, 1853. - Dear Maricsi linve been in Rralon one week ; two things linve occu...

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 April 1853

QTljc Vntt-Slaucri) Uuoilc. 8ALF.M, OHIO, APRIL 10, ls:.3. ExECl'TIVB CoMMITTr.a meets May 1. OFFICE REMOVED. The office of the Bmr.B has hern removed to the third s'nryof the Brick building, Corner of Main and Ellsworth .Street., (old American ilmiae.) Where all who w"t l'rintiii'j done re Invite 1 to call. They will tind Mr. Hudson rex ready to accommodate A Charge. ii ii cunrgcu upon tnnse nun heliovc tho Constitution pro-slavcry, that by entertaining propn 'ating audi an opinion, tliey adord clireot and palpable support to slavery. Mr. -writes nut this chargo in his Inst pa- per. And somo of our personal friends in this region, ar? quite out of patience with u, be- use wc cannot seo thit tho Constitution is anti-slavery. Wo have only to say, that onr are not hold ot our option. On this satan all o:hcr subjects, they exist nf necessity, from the evidence before u. Many a fact we been cmnpcllc I reluctantly to admit, and adopt m.iny an un-.vc!oino opinion, beeauso The evidence cim...

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 April 1853

Let Us Hope On. IUmi-stkad, N. H., Sunday, ) April 3rd, 1853. ) DlAm Maid i I do not tilt entirely to give Up my acquaintance with the Bugle, though I 4a not know that any thing I can aay, will bo important, or even interesting. To bo urc, tkare 1 every thing to bo done, and none too much time In which to do it, (there is enough,) but this, Instead of boing a good reaaon for ex torting people, la tho very reason why they sight not to need to be exhorted. And besides, very thing la alieady persuading to' duty in our gieat cause, and why then should one humble individual undertake to add words of encouragement And ercn if he were to, would not hia fccblo tones be lost in the mighty 'bugle blast echoed from all things else would nt these worda be drowned in tho ocean voice of admonition and entreaty, resounding from very band ) Yes, for each and all aro on our sido even now, the throbbing hcart-pulso of the univcrso beata in favor of emancipation t the hrarcn, and heaven of heavens sun...

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 April 1853

Selected Articles. Selected Articles. Indians and Antiquities in New Mexico and California. The Literary World hsd a letter from Mr. JUrtlett, Chirf of our Boundary Survey inn Com mlMion, which postose ioidc interest. It was written at Sn Diego, on May 90th. Wo give only brief extracts: In my journry cro trie continent, from the Gulf o( Mexico to El ro del Norte, and then acres to Chihushus, nnd various parts of Sone ra, to Ousquio at the Gulf of California a re gion rarely viaitcd by foreigner 1 did not meet with a tingle specimen of antiquity bo longing to an earlier age than the present. The frontier of the Stato mentioned abound In ru ined buildings formerly Inhabited by the Mcxi eons, but abandoned in consciuciico of the In dian. Depopulated town and village, in meat of which are found fine old churches, ore alio quite common, but no vestige nf n ancient rate. It wai, indeed, a melancholy light to vlait the decrted town and riinchr. So mo of the latter were very extensive, Know...

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 April 1853

Ell NARIITS II. ROBIXSOX, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." A rr insox, rubiisiiina- Agent. VOL. 8-N0.31. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO.; OHIO, APRIL 23, 1853. WHOLE NO 395. J THE AIMTI-SL VVEItV BIOLE, PoRMSIISD (TRHY SaTCIIDAT, AT 8aLIM, O. Tsrms. $1,50 per innum if paid in sdrsnce. $1,74 per innum ifpsid within the Brut six month! of the suuicrihcr i year. $2,00 per innum, if payment be delayed be Tond nix months. irffi occasionally lend numbers to thoso who are not subscribers, but who aro believed to be interested in the dissemination of anti lavery truth, with the hope that they will other subscribe themselves, or use their inllu nee to extend ita circulation among their friends. IT" Communications Intended for insertion, to be addressed to Mauii's It. UnntxsoN, Editor. AU Others to Kmtlt Homnsos;, Publishing Ag't. J. HUDSON. ritlNTEIt. THE BUGLE. Reply of Hon. Horace Mann to Wendell Phillips, Esq. WEST NEWTON, April 4, 1853. W. L. Garriso, F.sj : Dear Kir, In .Mr. riiilli's Into 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. — 23 April 1853

JI..u,e of Representatives, of tlie Senate, and , of the President to decide upon tits consti- tutionnlity of tiny hill or resolution which may bn presented to thmn for passage or oi provm, na 11 is oi tun nuprruie Juilges - ,,u un, ugui iinnirn iriciii eir ju dicial decision. The authority of the Sn- I preme Court must not, therefore, l e permit- led to control llio Congress or the Executive whin acting in their legislative capacities,' j vc. litis language, Mr. l-harles sunnier ays. ' 1 adopt with entire nsseut.' At the very Inst Congress, the two Houses overruled decision of the ruprfiue Court, nd tho President signed the hill. Whnt weeping end reckless assertions nre mnde by Mr. Phillip, to uphold his erroneous po ilious! Again, as to the notion, thnt tho official ath is a promise to support the Constitution, the 'tuition' understand it; who is the notion 7 Mr. Phillips thinks women ought to vote. Are they n part of the tuition, and to lie consulted, before wo decide upon our du...

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 April 1853

NO. 31. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. A Sermon on the public unction of Woman, preached at thi Mutic Hall, Botton) March 27, 1853, by Throdori rarker. I'honographi tally reported by J. M. IV, Yerrinalon and Jtnful Leighttn, Botton. It. F. Wallcul, 21 Cornhill, Botton. Mr, Parker hat jut preached a terica of ter tnona, four in number, upon Woman, the pop ular idea concerning her her characteristics and her function!, domestic, and public. Thia ia tha Inst of the tcrict. An extract relating to tho political righta of woman will be found on tha fourth go of thia papor Tha wholo aul.joct ia treated with tho author's accustomed cloqucnco and regard to radical truth. Ilia words must havo sounded strsngcly to aome of tho "aolid men" of Botton. I W. e.nnnt r,f,.; t - asvaas tan t;lxi;J Ul WV regarding the employment of women. Speak ing of those to which women have been here to fore restricted, ha tnyt : "Then there nre what nre called Profes sions, Medicine, Law, nml Thcolojiy. " The iroli:MKioii...

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 April 1853

TIIE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 8 Selected Articles. Political Rights of Woman. FROM REV. THEODORE PARKERS SERMON. By nature, woman haa the anmo Political Rights that man haa, to vote, to hold office, to moke and administer lawn. These aha hna M a matter of right. Tho atrong hand and tho great head of man keep her down; nothing more. In America, in Christendom, woman has no political rights, ia not a citizen in full j ahs haa no mice in making or administering thalawa, none in electing the rulcra or admin istrators thereof. She can hold no offlce can- not be committco of a primary achool, overseer cf the poor, or guardian to a puhlio lamp-post. Hut anV man. With Cnriftcicncft lir.mif.li tn Vppn out of Jail, mind enough to escape tho poor house, and body enough to drop his ballot in to tho box, ho la voter. Ho may have no character, even no money, that ia no matter ho ia a male. Tho noblest woman has no voice in the State, Men mako laws disposing of her property, her person, her childr...

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 April 1853

Cljje lflARIVS R. ItOBIttSON, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SL1TEU0LDER8." AN. rn iltSO., Publishing; Agent. VOL. 8-NO. 32. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, APRIL 30, 1853. WHOLE NO 396. THE ANTI-SLAVEUV BUGLE, Tl'RLIIHBD VIf SATURDAY, At 8ALKM, O ' Tbbiii. 1.80 per innum if paid in drncc 1,74 pcf innum if pid within the first six month! of the eulnoriDer year. 2,00 per innum, if paymont be delayed be vonii aix month. tWVf oecaalonally (lend number to thoae ycho ere not aubacrtbera, but who ere bettered to be Interested in the dissemination of anti alavery truth, with the hope tint thejr will cither subscribe thcmsclvea, or use their num. nee to extend it circulation among their friend. ' CW Communication intended for insertion, te be addressed to Mariui It. Uibinio, Editor. AU other to Kmilt Korinso, Publishing Ag't. J. HUDSON, miNTEIl. THE BUGLE. Reply of Wendell Phillips, Esq, to Hon. Horace Mann. BOSTON, April 7th, 1853. W. L. Garrison, Fq t Dear Sir, Mr. Mnmi dislikes ttio It-ngtli tf my ...

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 April 1853

This ilnen not riso even to the dignity of a tpiibltle. If the Marshal of Hoston, instead of putting Hon. Snmiiel E. Hhwi.I1 '.. lock up, hml hung liim at the navy vnnl, nnd cnt Ilia hill to Congress, woul.l Mr. Mmin nave voted to .ny it ? Hurely not. lis does then exnmine the wny in which dependent cfticem exercise their rimy, ns hi oalli of office binds him to do to ; niherw ise, wn might ns well send, na Webster mice said, broomsticks to Congress.' Hut is the paying of laxo to the Govern ment nt all like voting in pay Chnrles Dcveu his thirty piercs or silver? Voting is n vol untary act. Taking office is n voluntnry net. Voting tlio supplies in n voluntary net. Air. Mann vote, triors nfliec, nml says yen' in Congress, of his oirn free trill. 1 inv paying mxes a voluntary net? Suppnso 1 retime. Government take my house, sell t, nnd tnkea the money. I.xeeedingly voluntary thia! When diil the woman, who pnvs her five hundred dollars to llm city t.f Huston, (intent lo the iiiipoeilio...

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 April 1853

colored man is to take hii position in wcicty ooording to hi merits. He hoped to ce It. Mr. Rankin remarked upon the character and influence of the American Colonisation So- elety. The Rusiness Committee through Iheir Chairmnn W. L. Garrison, made the follow- in report which was HmnU fin. .,.1;.,,. of the Convention. Resolved, That the ami-slavery enterprise, l inch, is neither technically evangelical nor heterodox, neither sectional nor exclusive, neiwier sectarian nor cuiniixionul; but com- rnenilf itself to tho universnl conscience anil reason of mankind, aa aelf-eviilently just and righteous, aa worthy of all acceptation, as constituting the corner stone of the great temple 01 numan nrolliertiooil, anil as embo dying the spirit of impartial love and disin terested philnnthropy. Unsolved, That ns abolitionism rejoices in (be light, ami glories in the most smirching investigation; mid as it magnanimously per (nits those who attend its conventions either to apologize for the slaveh...

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 April 1853

Selected Articles. From Eliza Cook's Journal. From Eliza Cook's Journal. Curiosities of Great Men-Their Moments of Compossition. 'Among tlio rui 'kiiii fnet which wo find in perusing lliu biographic nt great men, nro Ilia circuiiiHlnncea connected with tho mm usitinn of ilio n oiks which linvo innile them immortal. i For instance. CosshcI composed hi prnnd sermons on li ktieef. ; liulwcr wrote his fimt novels in full dress, scented; Milton, hclnru roinmencing lit!" ureal wmk, invoked the in flucnces of tint llnly r-'phil, nml priveil ilmt liis lip might bo touched with n livu coiil I'rotn ofT the nltnr, C'liryno.-tom meditated nml etuilieil whilo contemplating a painting ol St. I'uul. Uncoil knelt down lielnre composing hi RrcBt woik, nnd pinycd Ibr light liom hen veti. Pops never could riniipnxu well Willi out Ilmt derluimiiitr lit lliu top of Ink voire, ml llnis rousing liis nervous s)stciu toils fullest nctivity. llenthain composed after pin) ing n prelmlu on the organ, or whilst...

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 May 1853

RO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." A.W PIMItSOX, rnblllilnK Agent. UtAIUlS It. HOKIASOX, Editor. VOL. 8--N0. 33. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MAY 7, 1853. WHOLE NO 397. THE ANTI-SLA.VE11V ItUVLE, fOSLtSHRD VBBT SaTURDAT, AT SaLXM, O. Tirms. 1 1,60 per annum if paid in advance. Sl,7S per annum if paid within the first six months of the subscriber's year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed be yond six months. nrW occasionally send numbers to those who are not subscribers, but who are belieTed to be interested in the diMcmlnation of anti alavery truth, with the hope that they will either subscribe themselves, or uso their influ 'ence to extend its circulation among their .friends. r7Communtcationi Intended for insertion, to be addressed to Mahius K. Robinson, Editor. .All others to Emily Koiiinson, Publishing Ag't. J. HUDSON, PRINTER. THE BUGLE. Cincinnati Anti-Slavery Convention. [Continued.] SECOND DAY. Convention met at 0 o'clock. Traycr by Rev. Mr. Yancy. Tlie resolutions of last eve...

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 May 1853

action in church or in parly, in excuse for not meeting the responsibility of this question or iarery upheld by our government. It is like the case or the young man who came to Je aue nnil inquired whnt he ahoutil do to he aaved To tliis wns replied " Thou knowest the commandments; keep them." Joyfully he responded, "This have I done from my youth up." Then po sell all that thou host, then como and follow me." Mnny are pre pared to go so far as to keep the rominnnd nients in church or pnrty, hut when it comes 10 sacrifice the great possession of n vote, they go awny sorrowful and ennnot do it. lu reply to the position of Gerrit Smith, a nn whom I honor and venerate for his nolde lahora in iHjhalf of humanity, that the Con- titulion is anti-slnvery nnd designed hy its powers so to he, 1 showed you llint twelve of III thirteen Stntes which originully adopted It were slnveholding States, that no nuitn lion of the subject was had to prepare the public mind Tor so great a change, liow th...

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