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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 7 May 1853

Elje Slnti-Slcuuri) Bugle. 8ALEM, OHIO, MAT 7, 1853. Executive Committee mecU June 5. Shall we have a Union School! A call has been Issued for an election to be lield In the Salem School District, to decide 'upon the adaption of the Union School Law. The election ia called for Saturday, 14th inst, Something ought certainly to be done. The facilitiot lor public education, are altogether in adequate to the wants of the community. True we hare good publio achool for primary in struction, but our homo ia by no meant large noegh to accommodate all who under the prca wit arrangement properly belong even to this department. All that ia beyond thia haa to be supplied at private exponae, of courae, many who ought to enjoy greater facilities are depri Ted of thorn, and under this arrangement will neceasarily continue to be so deprived. Certainly the publio spirit which has hereto fore characterised the citizans of Salem, will not tolerate any withholding of the moat amplo meana for the educat...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 7 May 1853

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 8 Selected Articles. Ladies' Horseback Riding. The last Ohio Cultivator contains brief Instructions for Indies in regard to horseback tiding, by (lie Editor, arconipanid by letter from Mrs. Corn well of this lnco. Mm. Cornwell it a most skilful mid grnrcful rider, as well as a benevolent and accomplished wonifin. We give lirr letter of praclical in structions for the benefit of all, who like tlio writer, enn g rently rejoice in the open nir, the sunshine, and the sublime and glorious presence of nature, in nil in out door forma. Timo was, when necessity compelled the Women of Ohio to practice riding on horse back, but in theso days of easy eorriages and rnilroods, ft will require a greot ainomil of exhortation, instruction and pnocl exam ple, to induce our women to prnctice an ex cite aa healthful ni it la flctiulitful. And one which if generally adopted, would con tribute something towards saving our women from that affectation nf delicacy which priz es...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 14 May 1853

ltlAIMUS H. ItOBIXSOX, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDER." AM ri: iHSO, Intlililnir Agent. VOL. 8--N0. 34. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MAY 14, 1853. WHOLE NO 398. TIIEANTI-SLAVEHV BtULG, PuaMSKSD HVSB.T 8ATCSDAT, AT SaLEM, O Times. $1,80 per annum if paid In advance. $1,00 per annum, if payment be delayed be yondtho year. rWe occasionally tend numbers to thote who are not subscribers, but who aro believed to be interacted in the dissemination of anti eUvery truth, with .the hope that they will Cither subscribe themselves, or uso their influ ence to extend its circulation among their friends. I r Communications Intended for Insertion, te be addressed to Marivs It KomNsnx, Editor. AU others to Ann I'iarsom, publishing Ag't. J. HUDSON, PRINTER. Selected Articles. Reply of Hon. Horace Mann to Wendell Phillips, Esq. WEST NEWTON, April 19, 1853. V. L. Garrisox, F.so,.: Peak Sir, I sit down to an unwetcomo teak. I deprecate n controversy with any man, and never was engaged in one in my l...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 14 May 1853

Hint they ought nnt to rrerdst it.' See .Mr. Phillip's hltef of .Ipril 7th. U'liy ilxi ho not nppcml ttiia lnnt nrticln an po:ri.t or codicil to ttm pntitntt itsolf? It mich are his opinions, ' should lie no! havo plainly said so'? Was Ui.to no Inc;k of Irnnhtiess Imro? Did lio not 'smother hi conviction.' at nil, ami piny nt 'Compromise with tho 'American Devil '? Mad lie or lioil tie not tlio sntno mrntnl reservations, ntilli y io x his ptirposo nml stultifying himsclfi svhon lin ' hrseiged the donrnf the Legisla ture,' or petitioned tho Boston Ahler'neti lor tlionsoof I 'ii uenil Hull, or Congress on tlin subject of slarsry, or signed tlio ' innmmotli Latimer petition' ? Doc not this present llio subject of tho Kight of Petition in somewhat 'f a naw light? Was it tlio object of IkiUi Ifovernmcm, State ami National, to sertiro by constitutional guaranties tlio ritit to peti tion, not for what tho pooplo do wnnt, Imt for what thoy do not, for what they despise, rcrrato, and believe...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 14 May 1853

The Hale Festival. Tha dinner in honor of John F. Hale, Boston, passed oft enthusiastically. Their en thusiasm wh kindled not by alcohol, for their beverages were "watered Ice lomor.ado," tea and coffee. John O. Talfrey preiidcd. The following was tho regular toast in honor of Mr. Hale: Our Gueil, John P. Hale. In the House of Kepsnsentatives, party could not commnml his allegience in the commission of nationnl iniquity. In the Senate the insolence of majorities could never nwe him to silence. As an advocnte, lie has added to the lenrning of tho jurist the merit of successful resist once to. executive and judicial tyranny. As the champion of the principles of the Free Democracy " Our hearts leap forth to answer And echo back his words, As leaps the warrior's when ho sees The flash of kindred swords." Mr. Halo rcspondod, and among other happy hits, most truly and happily said : If in anything I hnve been enabled to stand tip whore some men flittered n lilllo if I have been nblo, in n...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 14 May 1853

THE BUGLE. DEFERED ARTICLES. A New and Important Question. From the Anti-Slavery Slumlord we learn that a prosecution lins been commenced gainst the Trustees of the College of Pliy sicians in New Vork, to compel the College to admit James P. 1'arrctt, a yo'jlli with some taint of African blood, to the profession of a physician. The plaintiff after receiving sv eral prizes in the Now York University for Lis superior proficiency, finally graduated nd after study with n private physician, was entered and for n time prosecuted the study of medicine in the College of Physicians and Surgeons in New Vork city. Ilcforo completing his rtmlics, he was ejected from the College on account of his piirtinlly Afri can origin. Although it seems that the Trustees of the College, with oil (heir skill In judging of symptoms, had not sufficient discrimination to find it out for a considerable time after his matriculation. lie moves now before the court for a peremptory mandamus for his restoration. Mr....

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. — 21 May 1853

!A t -. IT1 A III US It. KOUIXSOX, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDER." ANN I'lMItSO, I'u1lllilng Agent. VOL. 8---N0. 35. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MAY 21, 1853. WHOLE NO 399. n1T THE ANTI-SLAVEKY IIH1LE, ri'BLisnBniivEBT, Satbrday, at Salbm, O, Tshms. $t,fiO per annum if pnklln advanco $2,00 per annum, il payment bo delayed be Yond tho year. (, sr"Vo occasionally tend numbers to those Who are not subscriber, nut who nro behoved xo bo interested in tho dissemination of anti lavcry truth, with tho hopo that they will vithor aubscribc themselves, or uso their inrlu nco to extend its circulation among their friends. tlT Communications Intended for Insertion, Ho he addressed to Mahiiis K. IIomnsox, Editor. A.11 others to Asm 1'baiison, publishing Ag't. J. HUDSON, PRINTER. THE BUGLE. THE BUGLE. SPEECH OF JOHN J. GAINES, OF CINCINNATI, AT THE LATE CONVENTION IN THAT CITY. Mr. President, Ladies; ami Gentlemen : Tim time wns, when tho declaration, " I m a Koinmi citizen " guarantied ompl...

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. — 21 May 1853

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL.8 gi)c anti-Slaucq) Dugle. SALEU, OHIO, MAY 21, 1853. ExRctmva Committci meets June 5. To a Few of Our Subscribers. Bills were sent fow weeks since. In aurh subscribers at wcro in arreara for one year. Many of them hare promptly responded. A fow havo not. At tha request of tho Publish ng Agent, wo aiate, that union remittance! are Immediately made, thoir paper will he die continued. Bond on funds, don't atop your paper and especially don't compel us to atop them without pay for what you have received. Rev. Mr. Boynton and the Cin. Convention. On the Sunday night immediately following tho lata convention in Cincinnati, Mr. Garrison lectured In tho city on the question of alavery. Mra. Ernat acnt to Mr. Boynton a notice of tho meeting, with tho request that it should bo read In his audience on tha aabbnth. 11a did read it, announcing Mra. Emu's namo at tho writer of tho note, and atating that ho made tho announcement from considerations alone, of personal 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. — 21 May 1853

NO. 35. TIIE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. American Anti-Slavery Society. This Society held its Anniversary Meeting on Wednesday ssorning. In the Chinese Room, Broadway. "The Hill," say the Tribune. " was densely crowded, and hsrmony and good feeling pervaded the assembly, with tha excep tion of a few overgrown bora who would pro- sist in endeavoring to make themselves uncom fortly warm by Vain attempts to hiss down tha tho hearty applause which responded to the sentiments of the apcaker." The President, Wm, Lloyd Oarison, Intro tluced the exereise by reading aolectiona of ecrlpturo. Joseph Dugdala followed in prayer. Addresses were then made by the President. Mr. Edmund Qu'.ncy, Miss Lucy 8tonc, Wen dell I'hillipa Kq., Hev. Itcnry Ward Beocher nd Mr. Frederick Douglass. Wa shall have more ample moans of report ing tha proceedings of this meeting next week. Wa shall only add tho Tribune's lleport of the Speeches of Mr. Quincy and Miss Lucy Stone. Mr. Phillis' speech was on the subject of the ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 21 May 1853

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 8 (Continued from First Page.) in which Mr. Mnnn snt, power to mil out the ind'uiit Mn suppress insurrection 's nnd which promises to irott-t each Htnte against domestic violence, on applic nlion of its Legislature or Executive.' A Union which know tlint in ono luilf im Smte, three mil lion of blnckti nro lie III ns slnvc, promise to (nit down insurrections. A Union which know thnt in those Htntos thn l.uinlalnri-a nnd Executive iiro white slaveholders, prom isc to protect them ngninsl domestic violence, when such Legislature and Exocutivo le pict it! March 4, 1510, Sir. Mnnn' vote, with otli trt, whilo 'the un of ii Siilili.-itli morning hone full Into tlio window of III.) Cnpilnl,' imved thin (lovernmcnt from destruction, nnd ninhlrd it to continue! nnd of nn net which included thin in its consequence, lie say (. 21:1), 'n holier work never wnii dune on Hint holy dny'! Tn tnko pint in such de partment of llio (nvcrnmcnt involve no violntion of tint liT...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 28 May 1853

MAItltTS It. ROBIXSOX, Editor. "SO CHIOH WITH SLATED OLDER!." AN rrAHSOtf, Publishing Agent -VOL. 8---N0. 36. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MAY 28, 1853. WHOLE NO 400. THE ATt-SLAVEI!V ilXlLV, FvM.tKID BVBHY SaTCB AT, AT 8aLEM, O Taam. $1.S0 per annum tf paid in ndvsnco 92,00 per annum, if payment bo delayed bo YonrI thn vesr. tT'We occasionally tend Rnmbers to those who ars not subscribers, hut who are believed fts b interested in the denomination of nnti lalarcry truth, with the hope that they will either subscribe themselves, nr una their iiilln sines to extend ita circulation among their .friends. ' iTr" Communication Intended for Insertion, to be addressed to Mahius K. UinissoN, Editor. -All othora to Axx Pbauson, Publishing At J. HUDSON, riUJJTEK. THE BUGLE. Letter from A. Mantor. Linxsville, Crawford Co. Pb. April 25ih, 1853. . Friind Robinson t I not nnly'eiMrem it a privilege tiut duty to tpcnlc in lielinlf of the down-trod dim sons nnd daughter ot Adam. If ilia Clmrrli refu...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 28 May 1853

VOL.8 compromising, voting nbolitinn'iM. There re many emancipationists in Kentucky, ho nre for emancipation, gradual, end coupled with coluni'.ntiun. But Fenrie is,and hns been, for years an .Ibolilionitl demanding repeiit nc8 immediate nnd on the mil. liecnosa thpse were his principles ninny professed Christians (Presbytprinns and Methodists among others) voted against him, though lie waa a temperance mnn, nnd hi oponcnt a 1ro-alnvcry mnn, a whiskey ilrinker, and a nw-tirenkcr, in the snle of whiskey, yet I'enr ia waa elcctul. 'l'liia we regnrd nan triiimpli. Fearia ia, pRrhnpa, the first avowed abolition ist Hint ling ever been elected to any civil of fice in Kentucky. There is progress! and, though the nlnve power is vigilant, and cninhiniiiK everywhere, yet the field can be entered liy Ireedoin's renpprs. Prny find llmt lie may send forth f reaper Into the Imrvpst. JOHN U. IT.K. NINETEENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. BUSINESS MEETINGS. The Society mot, for...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 28 May 1853

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. EI)e SVntUQlaucq) Bugle. 8ALEM, OHIO, MA V 28, 1853. Exictrriva Committii meet June 4. The Difference—A Truth Told. In n article tn the Christian Tien, speaking a( abolitionists, the Editor eayei "We thell vse whatever influence we now possess or may hereafter gain, not only to wrcat the 8cripturca, M meant of defence, from slaveholders and their abettors, but to defend Ood'e word and -angelical religion from the attack of Infidel ity. The term, Infidel, belonga to whatever man or party denlea the Inspiration of the Bi ble, or reject the eror a and we expect to uae it In it common acceptance, M occasion may require." All right. We have not one objection to thia course. We claim the right for every man, hriatian or Infidel, to form hie own opinion! and make proselytes. The difference between the Editor of the Preti.and the pcraoni to whom lie Inaiate that tho term infldel legitimately ap plies, la thia t They acknowledge hie right to form opiniona alike or adv...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 28 May 1853

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL.' 8 Selected Articles. Meeting of Delegates to a World's Temperance Convention. After ihecircnn'urntinn, Rev. John Mnrcli of New York moved Ihnt nil gentlemen prce cnt, who were lliends of temperance, lie ad mitteil it delegate. Dr. Thrall of New York stated ihnt there were delegates present from ilm Womnn'e Flu la Temperance Snciuty, mul moved flint the word " Indies" he inserted in the Miction offered ly Kir. March, which wag carried unanimously, Tim motion ns amended was then adopted, nd the iimiiipb nf tlm gentlemen nnd liitlics were collected by the Secretaries, and enroll, ed by States, Those Imbling credentials tilso handed them in to tlm Hccrciniiee. Mr. Iliggiiipnii requested to Im excused from acting nn tlm Committee, nnd moved thnt the tin me of Lucy Stone lie milled in I in ilncn, for tho reason thnt ns Women were very rnerly acting no delegates in the Con vention, they should bo represented on Hie Committee Rev. Dr. Ilewelt rose nnd went into...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 4 June 1853

i 3 n lTt1 - -v nARIUS II. HODIXSON, Editor. "NO UN10H WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." AN FIMltSOX, Fnhlislilng- Agent. VOL. 8-NO. 37. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JUNE 4, 1853. WHOLE NO 401. THE ANTI-SIjAVEKY RL'GLE, Publish id rvruy Satvbdat, at Salim, O. Tsam. $ 1,50 per annum if paid in advance 1,00 par annum, if payment be delayed be Toncl tho fear. ty We occasionally aend number to those 'Who are not subscribers, but who are believed to be interested in the dimcmination of anti slavery truth, with tho hope that thejr will either subscribe themselves, or una their influ ence to extond ite circulation among their friends. ri"CommnnicBlion Intended for Insertion, to be addreiwed to Mabic U. Robijuos, Editor. AU ether to AM I'baoson, Publishing Ag't. J. HUDSON, PRINTER. THE BUGLE. PROCEEDINGS OF FIRST ANNUAL MEETING OF THE OHIO WOMAN'S RIGHTS ASSOCIATION. The firat Anniinl Meeting of itin Oliiu Woman's Rights Association, convened in compliance willi a notice of tlin Executive Cniiimille, nl ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 4 June 1853

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL.8 marly as much as iho trnder for enving iIib wpnrntioii, ((it ha choio to take, iho bent liiii ml tltey Mm aepnrntetl forever. M. L. Church North Within one milo will Iwlf, on preacher of thin church sold mother preacher of the snme rhurrli to liiin eiC, nnd to secure the payment of Iho price, look a third preacher nr scrnriiy ( colored mnn of the (nine church tno. Tim seller laugiiing, lolil hi neighbors lie li lint I win tiiirt to beg money to pny fur hiiiiKrlf, of hi abolition brethren of Ohio. Ho returned mid pnid the prire, when the neller held on to In children, nnd only surrendered llieui lit lhe end of a lawsuit. Shall we not hnvn ngnin the lie asserted for the thousandth tune, that the cliurcli north is free from slavery." This preacher in very wealthy, Verity tcrinn Piety. A Pieshytcrinii elder old B hoy from hie own mother to llm fir eolith, reared life-long in his own family, the mother n inemher of hi church, nnd to whom he hnd oiteit iidiui...

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. — 4 June 1853

NO. 37. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Illinois. Mt. Cabrom., Carroll Co., 111., ) May 19th, 1863. J Dbab Fhibmd HonmsoN i I And myitlf very pleasantly situated in my new home, at Mt. Carroll, Illinois. Having been somewhat taunted for moving into what la called alave atate, (owing to the paassge of the black bill.) I purpoae to ahow you that the exemption of your state from the same infamy, was not so much on account of a difference of sentiment between the twa states, as it was the powerful Ingenuity with which it was forced through the 111. legislature ; whito senator Cushlng's equally Infamoua bill died upon the Utile, from want of the same amount of skill. It is posi tively asserted in this vicinity, that not one member from the north part of tho state, voted for its passage ; but that it wis concocted and carried through by southern members, who liv ing near the abominable inatitution, are nil more or loss under tho baneful influence of this moral Upas. Living ss I did, during my res...

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 June 1853

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL.8 Selected Articles. From the Lowell American. The American Shylock. WbM person that lint rem! Phakspenre' Merchant of Venice anil nnt linil hi blood run cold at Ilia rapacious, cold-blooded character of the Jew Hillock, whnsn ilemaml for ) pound of Antonio' flesh wna not to he almtcd by renaon, justice, bumanily or the pleading vi leniier-cyen mercv ,? m n im-. ""- i i i . . ... i. i,:,. ,,. ,,r I.- ..,f Im. I,r,.ll, in Vnin I In I 1 lint lit. tempt, by ahow of cither reason or equity to justify hia ilemnnil. Tho character of Shylock waa sketched from we know not what original ( hut hud Bhnkspeare lived nt this day ho might hnve had an original in the grent Demon nt Shivery from which to sketch a Shylork.hy ilie side of whom tho Venetian Juw would prove n nine, pigmy. Slavery baa no argument lo deli'iid it self with, it never bad any and never cnn.snvn that ia nominated in tho bniid (of our I'nioii) that alio may have her not a single, hut million of pou...

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 June 1853

NARIUS R. ROIUXSON, Editor. "SO OHIOR WITI ILAfEH 0LDER8." AX I'lMHSOJV, rubliklilnp; Agent. JOL. 8-NO. 38. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JUNE 11, 1853. WHOLE NO 402. THE ANTI-SI-AVEllY 11 1 OLE, PuBLlSHSD BVSUT SATURDAY, AT SaLBM, O. Tans. $1,(50 per annum if paid In drone 92,00 per annum, u payment be delayed De vond tho year. ty We occasionally Bond number to thoio who arc not ubcribers, but who aro believed to be interested in tho dissemination of anti Urory truth, with the hop that they will ither lub'eribe themselves, or ue their Influ ence to extend It circulation among their friend. ty Communication Intended for Insertion, to be addressed to Ma tutu H. Koniyso, Editor. All other to As Piauo, Publishing Ag't. J. HUDSON, PRINTER. THE BUGLE. "Honoring God." Henry Word Brcclicr, In hia ttpeecli before the American Anti-Slavery Society, tins the following it.-nnge declaration, in the midst of eoine most brillinnt nnil exrcllent remarks. ." My earnest desiro In tlmt Slavery mny lie...

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 June 1853

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL.8 a ) long a wn rouM do so without twing practically understood, nml tlmt il we reins- d to exercise, we committed n great wrong to ourselves ninl to onr neighbor. To t It if it wns nindo answer, thnt the publication ot trulli is the grontt st ngency in Ilia world) tltnt Jems ninl Ilia Annates liml tlto tongue alone, (lint Luther lint! tin ballot. All this was very trite ; lint it remained trim nlso.thnt in nil practical reforms, there Was n pro- Kressive movement from the rrn of spending. ; to the cm of doing. It wns very well to re- sort to the tongue nt first hut when wc hnve , goi inline ojiuiimi mi our sine, wo wunicii illlia nmnni lit! IA ltir.li llmt nliininn lintl .in tm ' into lnv, nml to we go to the ballot-box, I 'Rut the friend nu Hio opposite side snid No ! you must put thnt ngency nwny,' They throw us hack upon the toiiguo nlone. The tongue nlone. would never eniiineipnti) the slaves nt the Smith. Tho tongue might wng forever, nml nil tn no ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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