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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 11 June 1853

NO. 38. TIIE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Facts for the People. This monthly from the ofRcool the National Era, ha made iU appearance. It i consider ably occupied with extracts frem the corres pondence and writing of Washington and Franklin. These are interfiling a hiatorio document, though we hardly expect they will do much toward breaking the iron witl of this nation to tread down the elave. We rather think that with the popular veneration for Washinston, many person will Bnd In hi opinion and practice, hereafter, as heretofore, n apology for their own support ot the sytom, nd for slave catching. Especially In his fa mous letter to his agent at Portsmouth, on thi sabjvet. According to Mr. Sumner, the alar woman " died in a good old ago, a monument of the jmt fntbearnnco of him, whom we aptly call the Father of hi Country." We are not disponed to dispute tho "aptnttt" of calling him the Father of a alaTeholding and slave catching country, after reading thi letter, but judging from it, we do...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 11 June 1853

TIIE ANTI-SLAVJERY BUGLE. VOL.8 Selected Articles. Abstract of Addresses and Speeches BEFORE THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Ohio Woman's Rights Association. Mra. C. M. Scvcrnncc, on taking the chair addressed tho meeting: O SISTERS, BROTHERS, FRIENDS Ity tlio removal fmm oiiiSinle, of lier who lind been chosen as President of our Asso- ; nation, the duties of Ihnt nlliec, have most ' Unexpectedly to myself nnd most unfortu- j iintely for yon I lenr, devolved upon nin. Herly inexperienced ns I nm in tlm duties nnd equally nnatnhiiiotis of llio dignities of such nllico, I can hut hopo for your kind for- whilo I oiler my poor servici s free- ly nnd heartily in your ncceplniice. I would gladly have given more tinio and thought to tho prcparution of something worthy of the occasion, tint under the prps- sure of multiplied cares, domestic and other, the lack of health and vigor, I have not been nhle to da so. This will however, 1 trust, he nbiniil intly compensated hv tlm nid of tho uinnv who ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 18 June 1853

the Anti-SlaUrfy i 1 ITI A II I US IS. ROBINSON, Editor. "SO UNION WIT! SLIVEHOLDEBS." A.W PEtltSOtf, Publishing; Agent. VOL. 8--N0. 39. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., .OHIO, JUNE 18, 1853. WHOLE NO 403. THE ANTI-SL.AVEUV IIltlM:, POBLISRXD 1VBRT SaTORDAT, AT SaLXH, O. Tbbms. $1,60 per annum if paid in advance $1,00 per annum, if payment be delayed be jronri the year. ft" Wo occasionally tend number to those who art not subscribers, but who are believed Co be interested in the dissemination of anti laverjr truth, with tho hopo that they will ithor subscribe themselves, nr use their influ ence to extend its circulation among their friend). tV" Communications Intended for insertion, to bo addressed to Maiiivs K. Uoiumso-;, Editnr. All others to A 1'iauso.m, Publishing Ag't. J. HUDSON, mlNTER. THE BUGLE. From the True Democrat. Change in Public Opinion—St. Louis Republican Condition of Slaves. ST. LOUIS, May 23d, 1853. Mums. Editors : I wish tlic reader or tlie Democrat wniilil step intn my Mi...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 18 June 1853

The Price of a Man's Head. The following appeared in n Wilmington, N. C. paper, in Mnrcti last: $225 REWARD. $225 REWARD. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, N. HANOVER CO. WflKRCAS. , ... ... cornplnint npnn onih ha h , ihm mile to n, two ot Inn Justices nl or the Stnte nnd oountv nliircsnid, day been mat thn Puni-si fur by lleniamiti llnlli't of tlm said county, Hint two certain nialn slnve belonging lo him, named LOT, aged nlxmt tweniytwn years, live left lour or live ineiies wan, nun mncK, r.. i-.i .,..-..,.. t .., vv;iii...... ,r ... low county ; nml lUllt, nged i.Ihii.I sixteen five (net 1 1 i 1 1 tt.nl black ) hnvo iilme ill- ed themselves from their anid mmleiV stir- vice, nml nre siippnwtl to lie liuKing niiniii thin county, committing net of felony nml other inindeeiN: These nre therefore in Ihe name of thn Stnlo, al'orcraid to cnnitnnnd the nid slave to return homo to their nmMers end we do hereby, hy virtuo of tlm Act the General Assembly in pitch enwes innilo nnd provided, intimat...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 18 June 1853

Proceedings of the Young People's Convention, Held at Fair Mount, Ohio, JUNE, 11-12 1853 The Meeting wns called to order by ep pointing James Morgan, Pies, and D. O. Bonsall, See. pro twin. A committee of five Wat then appointed to report regular officers for the meeting. During the absence of the comntilteo, S. E. Bnrnnrd, of Akron, address ed the meeting. . The committee on nomination! reported i. V. Morgan, Pres., A. N. Hurden, C. S. Morris and Susan Morgnn, Vice Prea., D. O. Bonsall and S. E. Bnrnnhy, See. 'The Business Committee reported thnt the left It optional with each member of the Convention to present auch reso'.iitinua at tlrey might wish to have discussed, the re port was adopted. The Chnirmon of the liusincta Committee then reported the fol lowing Resolution t 1st. Resolved, Thnt the Young People of Ohio in Convention assembled, more deeply than ever impressed with the responsibility which rests upon us, do re-adopt the motto, Liberty, Equality, and Frnlornity. Lilier...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 18 June 1853

Selected Articles. Ecclesiastical Tinkering. The fallowing which no copy from the Ohio Organ, is a very fnir enmplu of llio moral tinkering with which Doctors of Di vinity ami their subalterns, propose to cor rect tlio great social nml niornl evilit of llio world. Tlio Heotch 1). I).'b nre joxt liUn ourown, only olilile ilillcrently muddled ami shaped by circumstances, OLD KIRK. Our renders nro aware of tlio f ict, tlmt tlio liquor trntlii! in Scotland is fxTiiliurly hem nieil in unit hedged nliout by tlio police rcg trlniinns. Tlic "licence system" exists there in till ils glorious perfection. The Jt-iicriil As eembly of the "Old Kiik" (I'reMivtriinii) called upon the pnriidics lor reports ns to the drinking hahils of llio people, nml tlio bunt mentis lu scctiro n reform. Reports were Hindu from 470 parishes by the clergymen, rind ihey were published in a volume of l'JO lngce, n copy of which in on our table. It appears by these report, not only tlmt in tempcrntico is a very preval...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 25 June 1853

Olhe . ' mjy '5 0 tlHION WITH SLATEIT OLDERS.' y ri:ItSO, I'lihliftliliiK Agent. MARIUS R. R lir SON, Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JUNE 25, 1853. VOL. 8-JN0.40. WHOLE NO 404. TilGA.Vi'MUVEItV BIG MO. FuBLISUID KVIUT SAtUHDAV, AT 8aLRU, O, Tsam. $M0 per annum if paid In advance , $i,00 per annum, u payment be dolayaa do toimI the rear. fjTW occasionally tond number to those rho art not subscribers, but who are behoved to ba interested In the diMeminMinn of anti slavery truth, with the hope thnt they will ithor subsoribe themselves, or usa their tnllu- nc to extand its circulation among thoir friemla. ty Communication Intended for insertion, rto ba addressed to Mahius K. Korinion, Editor. .All othara to Ash 1'uaium., Publishing Ag't. J. HUDSON. PRINTER. THE BUGLE. The Trainer Case. Extract from tlm decision of Judge Bur culeo. We will now proceed to examine the pnso upon ifa merit. Charles Trainer, tlio rein lor, chums tlml June Trainer, an inliiiil ninn year ofttge, in his le...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 25 June 1853

li'ive vcty little reason now lo ruro who stands; i who otfKxl, tin I lie Wliijj pluiloriii ; nml no in tim win r flniUinii, why, in no far n in nctioti is concerned for wlmt il prolees-e it iu.-m.rrs li;ile whim J 4uiilu the tbren together, nml fnul lliein Ui liu llio prnnil linxis which our Miiloi'.li nltiir is built, from vjiii'li llio flume or liniiiiui sacrifice (oca ii coiiUmiiiily when lnuk nl Ibis, then I inn sntercsU-d in lim plntlnrms, nml I think 1 . ii.iim la interested in ilit-ni nil alike. I inn lint ulilu to discern nny difference. I know that llm Free Hoil pnrty propose llie demolition f Itie mlicr two; Iml liu ii, llio lYcii Foil piuty awems, with llio other pftrtirs, lli.it so lontf ns, ly ,U ilicry, fraud nr thlsc hood, by Iniiiesor bt Imll) ui)i, nr by any other nny, ibey rmi irtiilii llie aseeniliiirv, mid hold llm power, an hmtf I lit! eaciilici! idinll lie kept 4mij'4mii)I ; nnd so lonr, sn help lliein Ileal en, llu-y will not, iiililirnlly, ilii llie tin if l...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 25 June 1853

Resolutions of the Hartford Convention. The following aru ttia resolution offered to Ilia Convenlinn at Hartford hy Mr Cnrri- on. Our render ran judge for themselves Whether to agree with tlia Christian Pre or no, In determining not to vole with the Democracy because Mr. I.ewi will at- tend an Anti-Hlavery Convention with the nnu won neiievca aucii eniimflnis, ami ne- cause the Columbian and Ohio Star will justify the co-operation. They are the moro because they, with merited aevcrity, rebuke the pro-slavery corruption of the priesthood. i I hi . .i j . c.t . Resolved, That the doc.tnno of the Amer- Scan church and priee.hood-that the bible is tha word of dud, that whnlever it contain waa given hy divine inspiration, and that it is the only rule of (Villi nnd practice i self.) evidently absurd, exceedingly injurious hotli In i .' r"l'.,,ir!,'v V' in its a i dicntinn, ami a stumbling-block in the way of human redemption. 1 Resolved. That the doetriim has loo lomr ! Ijeen held aa a po...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 25 June 1853

Selected Articles. From Eliza Cook's Journal. The Sculptor's Career. Ft .axmak liml hcon mnrrleil hut n few weeks, when one Any ho returned home to Ms young wile, full of sadness ul henrl. There wast cloud nn hi brow, so uniiiiiial, tlint itin fit once proceeded in inquire I lis cause. Flnxtnnti snt down beside her, look her honil, n ml said, with h smile "Ann, I nin ruined for an arlisl ! " " How so, John ? Ilow lini il hnieticil, mid Mho has ilolio il ?" " Il happened," he replied, " In the church, end Ann Denhnin tins done it! I met Sir Joshua Reynolds just now, anil he Inlil mo point-blank, that iiinrrl.igii hail ruined h in my profession," " Nonsense, John ; it is only one of fir Joshua's theories. Hi- in n bachelor himself, nml ciiniinl understand or judge ol' the quiet sntiliielion nml happiness of uinrrifd lite." " Uh ! hn In inly believe it, I run assure you. Hie Joshua think no innii mil hn n Ifrt'ii nilist, unlcs he visit Home, nml idii cutcs 1 1 in taste hy n rnutciuplnt...

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 July 1853

1 HIM raARivs n. nomssox, editor. HO UNION WITH SLITEBQLDERb." ASX rEAKSOft, riibllslilnff A Kent. VOL. 8---N0. 41. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JULY 2, 1853. WHOLE NO 405. TUB ANTI-5L.A VEllV III FcRLtstfSD CVSHY SATURDAY, AT SaLIM, O Trbms. $1,34 per annum if paid in advance 92,00 per annum, u payment be delayed be yond the year, rTWi occasionally aend numbers to those wha are not subscribers, but who aro believed to be interested in the dissemination of antU lavery truth, with the hope that they will either subscribe themselves, or use their influ ence to extend ita circulation among thoir friends. FT Communication Intended for insertion, to be addrossed to Marii-s H. Robinson, Editor. All others to Ann Piarsom, l'uhlishing Ag't. J. HUDSON, miNTER. THE BUGLE. Mr. Medill. The Ashtabula Sentinel gives the sliivery Antecedents of the Democratic candidate for Governor with some minuteness, lid is cer tainly good representative of the Biiltimure platform. From the Ashtabula Sentinel. ...

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 July 1853

ttitinut ought mill to bo followed for gene rnlinn or morn longer. In there nny reason why mcli turn should not hold oflice, and, of course, vote ? Ai member of Congress or or etnto Legislatures, I trust I linvo shown they con hnve no IcgititnMo connection with Invery in any wny t because the Constittillou require! no legislation, liy Htntu or tuition, on the subject. And tho ehnnccs nre indef initely smull, thnt, in nny other office or poo it ion, they will he cnllcd upon to do nny net for the return of fugitive slnvc, or in behalf of alnverv. Should such nn exigency arise, they could resist the (lemntul, nud tnke the nld do the Mini1. Ha consequences, just as, ill the capacity of pri- vnte citizens, tliey cnuii fur as pro-slnvery implication nre ronccrnml, I should not hnve tho slightest ohjertinii to tnke the commission nud the ontli of H United Hlntes Marshal tn-diiv. If culled upon under the Inw of 171KI or 1H50, to arrest an nllegcil fugitive, I should rejoice thnt the commiss...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 2 July 1853

The World's Temperance Convention. The committee appointed at the Brick Church meeting in New York, (the exclusives,) for the purpose, have inued their cell for World'i Temperance Convention, to commence on the Cth of September, end to continue four days. Delegates are invited from " mil temperance at- ' and oraanitatione," and "all friend of temperanet in every part of the world" are also invited, and ensured of a cordinl welcome . What dors this mean Have thoy repented of their exclusivoness and abuse of the temper nee women when once before assembled at thoir Invitation) Or do they consider wo men only as apcndaires to persons. In this Utter capacity wo supsose they would bo glad to have them attond their convention. The ' Pennsylvania Freeman thinks they have come to the conclusion that women art a part of the corLl, and will be counted in a world's conven- We doubt it. Those Rev. Hunkers msy ! theoretically believe in instantaneous conver. I tion, but they don't often exemplify...

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 July 1853

Selected Articles. From the Daily Register. Lawyers and Their Fees. M We not only respect Lawyer but have a lively admiration Tor them. Who ever heard of one or them Inking a fee in an unjust cause? or lining a hnrd-henrted thing? or saving whnt he did not believe? or encour aging litigation ? or m'rsrepresohting evidence to the iirv fe Toctiucville rightly anyt they are the erito?rary Ihnt is, ilia heat or men of the Lnitml mates. Mur own an miration or them is founded on a Inrge ex- iierience or llicir virtues. Let m cull tin lor a moment, from our pleasant memories or the past, the images of a Tow Lawyers or our own acquiunlauce. There Is our friend at Columbus, Missis' eippij who never varies from hia scale or charges, even lor friends. We sent linn once for collnniiou our hill or t'J against euWriber. Ho collected it the same day, nnd sent ua by return mail, his own hill lor Tea of 915, with a Hilito dun for the un paid boliiiire of $0. We remitted instauter, thanking linn lor ...

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 July 1853

a it i us it. nomnrsoiv, Editor. "SO UHIOS WITH ILATEnOLDEKI." ANN FEAUSON, Pnblislilnc Agent. VOL. 8---N0. 42. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JULY 9, 1853. WHOLE NO 406. THE ANTI-SLAVE1IY BUOLK, fvnMiBBO rvirtiSatcrdat, at Salbm, O. ' Tbivs. 91,50 per annum if paid In advance 1 1,00 par annum, If payment ba delaysd ba yond the year. 17 We occasionally lend numbera to those rho aro not subscribers, hut who are behaved to bo Interest,! in the diMeminatlon of anti iarery truth, with the hope that they will ither subscribe themselves, or their influ ence to extend ita circulation among their friends, tV Communications Intended fot Insertion, to be addrcned to Maric tt. IloniitsoH, Editor. AU other to Arm 1'rarson, Publishing Ag U J. HUDSON. FMNTEK. THE BUGLE. Benjamin Franklin on Slavery and the Slave Trade. The National Ern, in in "Southern Plat form," line the following essny which woi communicated Ity Dr. Frnnklin, to the Fed eral Gnsette, of March 25th, 171)0. It is a satire of apeec...

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 July 1853

extended fur tinil wide. A Inrge and critical I liail been gathered tintlcr hi 1 ministry. Ilin succcsfor would nntnrully lTM,,,,.t',8,U,,jt'Ct '' Uy'"7 1C10M'"''.0,,', Ailrt to tin, he was aurroumlid by associate I In the profesaion, win were liiietnred with a I certnm lenven of Massachusetts mule and exeluaiveneaa. lie wae a strnneer from Con necticut, grndunto of Yulu College, with the advantage of only ono year's discipline within the eristocrntic walla of llnrvnrd. Nor had he route into die annrtiinry through the regular door. Ilia previoo enireer aa a loyvyer and meirlimit giive n tniiit of ilh-piii-mncy to hie cleiicrl profession, in the dainty rtnetrilsof those with whom precedent una of more conarijiii'iiro than prnclii-n. lie hud, moreover, nu inconvenient hnliit ol speaking hit mind on nil occasions nf using "perfect plainness of speech," w lit n n great lover of concealment Would Imve euggraieil silcnco -atid of paying the least possible deference to an opinion or nn ins...

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 July 1853

Meetings. . J. W. Walker held two meeting at Mem potamia a week ago Inst Sunday, which were well attended. On the evening of Ilia aame day he oke at the centra of Farming tort,.where considerable excitement prevailed on account of the Methodists uniting up tha windows and fastening the doora to prevent the meeting being held. Tha deed givea theae Metliodiata the use f tha house half the time, the other half to any who want to use it for religious purposes. After eonsidernhle effort to open the win dows, the doora wera forced, and a quiet, good meeting woe held. Tha Cool Spring meeting was held In a grova on the inrm of Ellis Cope, which hnd been filled up with senls, aloud, See. The numbers in attendance were good, though not ao Inrge as they would have been but for the ruin in the morning. M. R. Robinson, J. V. Walker, S. Myers f J. Barker, and W. Myers addressed the meet ing. Friemla were present from Sulern, New Lisbon, and other pluces. The effect was good, the cause of the aluv...

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 July 1853

Selected Articles. From the Boston Journal. The Yankee Clock-Maker. BY DR ALCOTT. Forty-five year Afro, a plain-looking mnn, of few words, but of great mechanical inge nuity, bought an old grist-mill in Plymouth, I the couth-eastern extremity of Litrhflcid county, In (.'onm-niciii, oml converted it into n wooden clock fnrtnry, Tim writer of thin article, then n were hoy, rendered Ii'ik feeble assistance in the woik of rebuilding. Wood n clocks liml indued been tmule lieliire thin lime liy Lemuel llnrrisnn, of Wutcrhury, nnd Gideon Roberts, of l!ritl towns continuous to riynioutli end prrhnps in other pnrt of the country ( tint only in very (mull nuiulivr. Il wee even snid tbnt tho purls of some of the clock! hint iiinnunicturcd ly theso (ten. tlcmcn were nctnnlly cut out with n en. knilr. In any event they were mmlo very elnwly, insetted in long ense reaching fiom tho floor almost to the ceiling, nml coat from twenty-five to fifty dollnre apiece. The nnmo of tho Plymouth adventurer ...

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 July 1853

Quale. Iff A III US It. ItOIMXSOX, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SLifEII OLDERS.1' AXX PKAHSOK, Publishing Agent. ; VOL. 8-NO. 43. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JULY 16, 1853. WHOLE NO 407. TIIIl AKTMLAVEUV niOLG, PuBLItHID SYSKY SaTUBDAT, AT SaLBM, O Tbsms. f.t,oO per annum if paid in advance f i,00 pec annum, if paymont be delayed bo yond the roar. CI" Wo occasionally send numbers to those who are not subscribers, but who are believed to bo intorcsted in the dissemination of nnti slavory truth, with tho hope that they will uner euDscrioo themselves, or una their Intlu- nee to extend it circulation among their friends. fT Communications Intended for Insertion, to be addressed to Marius H. RnniNtoit, Editor, AU others to Ash PiamoHi Publishing Ag't. J. HUDSON. riUNTKK. THE BUGLE. John Freeman—Habeas Corpus. We linve listened to no small amount or discussion since 1850, on the question "does the fugitive slave law supcrscdo (lie writ of Habeas Corpus ?" We could never indulgo doubt of it, hu...

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 July 1853

husband ? did our children cluster around bur knees asking for bread, when we liatl hone to give, because the liquor-dealer wan enjoying nil our anhatance received from the hnnda of a faithless husband anil fnther, Would we fold our hands and sny, " we linve no time to upend in the cbubo?" I.ct ua an wer the question na we know you will : "No, no, who will come to the rescue ?" We echo back, irnoif not the principal sufferers? In answer to the second objection, we sny it wna not started ly a low criiliiisinntv, nor wns it the result of one meeting, hut several. The subject wna discussed and examined nt our meetings, in nil it bearings, l.y women who linve eullorcd mure than tongue could utter liy women, ton, who huvo never sulV.-rcd ono pang, anve tluit they sympathized withjtheir wronged and injured aex. And as the rexult of those discussions, this plan wn. adopted aa the most approprinte in which women could engnge to redress their wrongs, and the most fUcieut in radically miring ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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