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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 16 July 1853

Denying Christ. " Shall we deny Christ, in order to free tin law " asks th last Christisn Press, Mid then In answer, gives us two columna to prow that joining the anti-slavery movement of the day b denying Christ, and that tlicrefore, Christ iana ahould be acparate therefrom. Slavery, the Preas contends, must be abolished by an "orthodox church, and through Christ, his word and hia spirit." "Every other scheme ia not alona worthless, but poiititely and deeply injuriout." "A achemo for reform which pro. poses to sweep away the foundation of our faith, baa nothing in common with ua, so M to de mand or admit of our co-operation. Tht quit iion of ilattry beeomn MERELY INCIDENT AL AND UNIMPORTANT." Again the rraaa aayi t " Henceforth wa are compelled to consider the movement of whioh we have been speaking, not aa essentially anti-slavery, but one whoso real purpose ia the overthrow of evangelical religion. Tho alavery question only offers convenient stand point for the attack. Wa do not ...

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 July 1853

Selected Articles. From the Home Journal. The Pig Interest. The corner of the IlinliUml 1Wm olili.li forms our neighborhood (a cluster of three rural villages, cut nff I y Mtodna Creek nd Its toll bridge from the city-reach iuflu- ennea of Nnwliurnht ia plinrn,iiiirl i.rii.ii. live and rural. With no pinn-applcs fiir sale, no frequen.ation hy the gentlemen and Indies wfio runic a twnntv-fntir linnr ivriirstiiina frnm New-York, no billiard tnliln and no new paiier, it is on eddv of Hill life, left IM-Iiiml in uiirippleri simplicity hy the current of proffrrss. Delishlfullv uimfli-rterf n,l fr. mer-like aa I i to hcrenliouls ia, however, tre have a crnu of ninth rowdies with a twist to thuir tails and they overrule the hiw etlectually as the rowdies of New York, and nd by the anme sort of licit admission in the mind of the public. The ps iultrtst is loo siroiiB lo be mtiUhd tmlh. Hut the wav in whieh tl. l.;,,l.r.la, : openly claimed for these rural rowdies in the verv heart of our nr...

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 July 1853

MAUI US It. UOBINSON, Editor. ! ' "SO DNtSN WITII ILiTBHOlDERS." FKAItSON, Publishing Agent. , VOL 8N0.44. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JULY 23, 1853. WiToJ,Yn0408. THE ANTI-SLAVEIIV UIWI-E, FuBLlaHBD BVBRT SaTCBDAT, At SaLEM, O. Tsbm. $',S0 per nnm if paid in advance f;i,00 per annuiu, if payment bo delayed be yond tha year. rWe occasionally send number to those yrna are not subucribera, but who re believed to be interested in the diMomination of anti slavery truth, with tho hope that they will ithor subscribe themselves, or usa their influ ence to extend it circulation among their Irtenrta. Ci Communications Intended for Insertion, to be addressed to Ma huts 11. IIorimson, Editor. AH others to Amm I'smhok, Publishing Ag t, t. mudson. ritiN teiu THE BUGLE. Orthodoxy and Slavery—What have Abolitionists Done? The following remnrks of Joseph Darker, were made in the course of liii recent dis cussion in this place, with Jonas Ilurtzell. They are of especial value just now, when rabid o...

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 July 1853

i llie House of Lord, when naked, - Pray, my Lord, cnn you tell ma tin precise deli iiilion of the Itrnn Orthodoxy nnd Hetero doxy ?" 1 belk-ve," (said Dr. Hloomfteld,) "Orthodoxy in mu dozy, and Heterodoxy onofW man's dnxy. Just ), every innn believes himself to lie Orthodox and not heterodox in his opinions. And at every innn believes ho is right, (fur if he believe himself wrong, it would not ha Ida opinion,) let ua he tolernnt one to another, and give the greatest Intitnde to the promul gation of opinion for truth ia immutable and must triumph. You aidt, "Would he (Mr. Hnynton,) ob ject to our calling to our aid a Catholic or nil Infidul, to help ua take him nut of a ditch into which he hud fallen, provided wn could not get him out without audi assistance ? Would he consider aurh a procedure an nlli ance on Ilia port, or oura, with Catholicism, or Infidelity ?" tviien I read this paragraph, the following incident struck mv miml. When i.n n visit to Scotland, mnny year since, an ...

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 July 1853

Many Men of many Minds. Much attention ha been given for yean, to ascertain out obligationa to tlavery and eleve catching under the Constitution. The aubjeet eeeme to ua to have boen thoroughly discussed, and wall nigh exhausted, and yet thera ia much for aomo anti-tlavery men to learn before thejr occupy an anti-slavery poeition. The Free Soil party, before the adoption o' the Pittsburgh platform, decidedly acknowledg ed ita pro-slavery obligationa to the slaveholder and yet claimed to be anti-elavery. The radical iewa of Oerrit Smith at Pitta burgh, aeconded by the hearty, thorough anti alarery meeting which thera and then assem bled, compelled a thorough diecuaaion of the aubjeet, and an attempt waa made after tha fashion of the Constitution, to conatruct a platform on which Oerrit Smith could itand in company with Free Moilere who declared wa mutt have fugitive slave law aa the Consti tution authorised and required It, though they war outraged with that of 1830, which they decla...

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 July 1853

Selected Articles. From the Tribune. News Sixty-Five Years Ago. A friend tine sent us a conv. Issued Mny, 8, 1788, of Tht Aricl'or Journal and Meekly Uefritttr, No. 10l, of Vol. XUI.publishcd )uily nt (! and Weekly at Iri per nniiiim, from No. 25 Water-st., by Thonuia Crei-ti-leaf. It ia filmul one-fourth llie aizo uf XVie Daily Tribunr, anil contains perhnps ono cighth as much rending na this sheet, being t folio of four roliimna on ench pngo. Though iwo-thirtNuf t lie pnper are allotted to Advertisements, their totul mitiiliiT ia thirty tight, whereof several are niinoiiucciueiii of books, pamphlets' nnd tracts lor sulu liy llio publisher at tlio ofliee nforemid. Of the re mainder, Orange County contributes (in le gal notices) a good proportion, leaving leva limn thirty fur the general business of our C -ily. Of theao niinoiinceuiriiln of "Tim Americnn Miigozino," "The American Mil aeuni." nnd oilier tiiihlicntinn. absorb fnl'y oiie-hnlf leaving fur less limn enough to fill two of...

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 July 1853

IT I .... -i. I - i. "I - " " ' 1 " ' ' ' -- ..... .iii BW i hi , . - i . ii ANN riflKSON, fublishisiff AftnU "SO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." ItlAUIUS It. ItOBINSOft, Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JULY 30, 1853. WHOLE NO 409. VOL. 8---N0.45. THE ANTI-SL.AVEUY BtOI.E, FvBLISHBD BVBRT SaTUBDAT, AT SaLBM, O. Trrmb. $1.80 per annum if paid in advance 9'2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed be yonil the year. ty We occasionally tend numbers to those who ars not subscribers, but who are believed to be interested in the dissemination of anti larery truth, with tlio hopo that they will ithor subscribe themselves, or use their influ ence to extond ita circulation among their friends. ry Communications Intended for insertion, e be sddreaaed to Marius H. KonmsoK, Kditor AU others to Ann Prahson, Publishing Ag't J. HUDSON, rWNTEtt. THE BUGLE. The Glorious 4th. ' Friend Marius t The 4th of July, 1853, lias pnssed away, and with me would have passed quietly, had it not been for the sol einn ...

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 July 1853

From The Phil. Daily Register. Kidnapping. Our locnl columns cnutnined, yesterday, a rfport of the proceedings in 1 1 m cnse of tieorge Smith, mi alleged fugitive from Inlior. The prisoner is a im-mbcr of the fraternity of colored Masons, of Cnmdcn ; in knnvstj nt Buletn, where lie worked sevcrnl yenrs, owns n house nnl lot nt Itiishlnwu, nml claims to he a frvo mnn, liorii nt Fettcrsvilh., New Jersey, where ho now resides wilii his wife nml children. Tiro liicts of this cnso show thnt wo hnve In our city, n rcgiilmly nrgnnied nml of kuiunppers, nriing iiiiiI r tliH dnceliim ol one GeorgH t. Alherti. 1 his men. our renters will rviiiomlii r, was sent tu the penitentiary, some yenrs ago, for the crime of kidnapping, nnn wns set luoso on the ctimmimiiy, hy nn executive pnrdou. It wns only ii lew weeks npo thnt wo reported his priiilint; h.ick iul sluvcry n poor fellow wliiim Iih had enticed to his house ns n guest, prnmixing to find Mm woik. 'J his wretch him hnil hiseyn for some tiin...

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 July 1853

Is this Civilization? It i not often that we occupy our column, Ten to announce any of the numerous legal homicide which ro constantly occurring. But the following account of the execution of a , poor witlcM man, in Hackenssck, N. J., if to revolting, that wo record it aahlow against tha horid " institution" of tha gallows. II was condensed for taking tha lives of two children, for whom, it was in evidence, he entertained strong affection, and over whom he had exer cised a careful attention. An immense crowd witnessed tho execution some women having walked as much as ten ' miles fur tho purpose. Tha speculators occu. pied themselves during the day in drinking, carousing and flglting. From the N. Y. Tribune. INTERVIEW WITH THE PRISONER. Arriving at Hackensack late on Wednesday, our reporter passed the greater portion of the Tcning.in the cell of thecondemcd man. An hour with doomed man an hour with ono who haa for tho last time accn the setting of the sun, and la counting tho departu...

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 July 1853

Selected Articles. From the United Service Magazine. Steam Packets. T.ct mo describe whnt took plnce in tlie Ilullic, on tho (illi and 7lli ol' November, ltitili, on tliti passage to Dughiud, in about Intiuulo 48 N., longitude 18 W. Ai 10 a. m., hi tlie former doy, this vessel wn proceeding with full power, nt tlie rata of 1:) knots ; tliu engines milking lli revolutions per niiniitK. At this lime a light hrcczo win blowing from Ilia (otitli-west, wilh a alight swell from tlie eastward. About noon the swell increased. and n very dense, dark, roiopy sky wna perceived on tiio sturhutird how, hearing south-east. The barometer, which hnil been carefully noted, Imcl been gradually sinking tor thirty-six hours, lint Mill tho south-west wind ever and anon hreuthed hnnrscly into Mild Tilled lliu flapping canvass. The stormy iudicntinn in tho south-east gradually in credited iu intensity n wo riixhcd forward nt tho grant volocily biliiro describe namely, thirteen knots. At U v. v., tho barom...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 6 August 1853

"SO UNION WITH ILHE1I0LDER8." lriAlilirs it. non lissom, Editor. ax rn.titso, pnbiisiiinff Affcnt. VOL. 8---N0. 46. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, AUGUST 6, 1853. WHOLE NO 410. THE AKTI-SLAYEKV IIDOLE, PuBMSHBD CVBHT SaTCBDAV, AT SALEM, O. Tbbjis. ft,80 per annum If paid in advance $2,00 pec annum, if payment bs delayed be yond the rear. - t7Wa occasionally tend n urn ben to those who are not subscribers, but who are believed o bo interested in the dissemination of anti slavery truth, with the hope that they will either aubsoribe themselves, or una their influ ence to extend ita circulation among their friend. 17 Communication! Intcndod for insertion, to be addressed to Makius It. ltoniKsow, Uclitor. All other to Ann Pbahson, Publishing Ag't. J. HUDSON, PRINTER, THE BUGLE. Col. Benton's History. The New York Evoning Post ia publishing extracts from Col. Benton's forth coming work Thirty Years in the fionnto." Tho following chapter from this work, deserves the careful attention of all....

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 6 August 1853

The Fugitive Slave Case in Philadelphia. This case has been decided againat tin poor victim of a nation's tyranny. Separated from his little home tho fruit of his toil, from wifo rid children, he hn been hurried off to slavery. We had Just set down to condense tl-.o history of the cmp, when we found it already dono our hand, in tho Anti-Slavery Standard AxoTrtm Fugitive Slave Case haa occurred, Within the last week, in Philadelphia, which, from tho manner in which it haa been conduct ed, hn excited more than uaunl attention. Tho more act of tending men into Slavery, whether . legally or illegally, ha beoorne ao common, that that alone would hardly excite more aym pathy, in the puhlio heart, than the roturn fugitive apprentice but it ia noteworthy fact that in almost every cae that ariaee under the act of 1850, aomo new isauo ia Involved, uch circumatancoi turround it, that the char acter not only of that law ia made patent t!:e moft careless observation, but tho acnao tho constituti...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 6 August 1853

New England Correspondence. NEW IPSWICK, N. H., July 25, 1853. Dear Marivs ! Despairing of Retting able to coma to the West by my ordinary means, I have been spending I few days at quiet little water-cure, in hope of facilitating the business. All summer, I have sufTeTod greatly with cold extremities, headache, and somotlmcs pain in my left ido. At present, my prospects aro lomewhat brighter ) and my hope and expect ations are, that 1 shall be with you as already announced. We are having rather quiet timet just now, and thore teems hardly matorinl enough to make a 1 otter, even for so small a paper as the Duglo. The beautiful division that has recently sprung up in the ranks of tho Democracy in this state, is furnishing much amusement for Ait on tho outside. The appointment of so many Free-Soilors, and even tome fossilised Oarrisonians, to custom-houie and post-offices, tiat occasioned infinite murmurings among the hungry aspirants of tho " old guard," as those call thomsclvcs who h...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 6 August 1853

Selected Articles. "The Pilgrim Mothers!" On the occasion of n dinner n-lclirniion of the Iniit nnniveinnry of I'.io " lmiling fit' llin Pilgrims," in Hun l'rnnrisrn, I'npt. Charley Hrcnhnm, Mnyor of llmt city, requested n talented Imly ncqnniiitanrn nl' dm to furnish liim with u suitable tnnst lir the orrnsinn. lie received the following note in reply, which we think knocks I'unny Tern into n rocked bonnet. The gallant Mnyor proposed tlio toast suggested, rending llm lady' note nlso lo the rompnny nt tlin table, nml ' The Pilgrim Mothers!" wns ilriink in enllitixiiiKtio bumper, nml nmiil clamors of npphiiise i " I am surprised Hint n tnrui ot your gnl liintry should lie ot a long lor n toast on fin ocensinn liko thin 1 sny surpi ised, IvecutiMe I know tlmt yon lire not such n humbug no these l'iiritnnicnl,(rniltl-fuc-ecl liypiicniienl,psn!in singing Pilgrim fathers, whom I liolil in utter detestation. You ciime Iroin tho SVii(i,vlicrn we "lo honor unto whom honor is diie,"- tnenn t...

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. — 20 August 1853

.vo f.vo.v 7 Tit st.Arr.ttoi.DEns." ANN riMHSOcV, Publishing .4rnl. MAUIt S It. HOinSO., Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY OHIO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1853. WHOLE NO. 111. ''. VOL. 0. NO. 1. THE A .1 T l-S U f B Rf B II 0 L E, 1 l'l-n!.MIIt) rVMT SATl'nnAT, AT SALr.M, OHIO. TFIIMK. ft .Ml ),cr untiTim, If pal.l In ndrm. $2,00 per Innum, If pnyin.nt b di-lftyc-il. Wins.i.n.llT .sn-l nrnnbrr. lo bn who n not .lib Tll.r., tut who r br,l.sl to lnl.rp.tirl In llii. ll.wHnlnitinn of ntttl-.l.Tcry Inula, with tin- lion, tlmt the; will Hth.r fulwcrthn th.mi'lir, or w.e tli.lr Influetu-o to extant! IU t-lrrul.li.ju Among lb.lr rrluilw. -Piiumnnltlon. Intsml.il for Inwrdon, lo bs s.1.lri-.l to mine n. Koniso!, ftd.lor. All otnori to Ass 1'e.imo, l..ls nl.l..g Agent. J. HUDSON, Pirn. ANTI-SLAYLRY lJUOLL. CAMPBELLISM AND CHRISTIANITY. ncARBHoTMKn: I have busy times on a smullj -ule, too busy to record much. Indeed, I thought 1 would never trouble y.m to publish nny thing, again from me, as I supp...

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. — 20 August 1853

FIRST OF AUGUST CELEBRATION. Tho Massachusetts Anti-Slavery society colcbrn- ted this anniversary at Frniuinghnm, Muss, on tho first int. Wendell Phillip Theodore Pnrkcr, ami W. L. Garrison were among tho speakers. The colored filc also liml it celebration, at New Bod- ford, which wns attended by Frederick Douglass and otners, a speaker.. At t uicuirinti also in mnny otlicr places east nnd west, tlio dny wns ap propriately celebrated. On the fifth, the New York city A. 9. Society hud nn excursion to Flushing L. I. nud a plc-nic In honor of West India emancipation. Tlio Stnn third, reports tlic very Interesting proceedings in full. Thcro aro niimoreniis letters from distill Bundled men, nnd Mr. Garrison nnd Mrs. Krnes- lino I., Hose, wero tlio principal speakers. Mr. (lorrisnn, In tlie course of his remark rend Hie following interesting letter from Joseph Mine r.inl, tlie Itnlion Patriot, to a friend visiting tliir. country. It is worthy of A mini occupying sodixlin jtuished a positi...

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. — 20 August 1853

of shivery, nnd tlio Bible is tlio bulwark" nf the chnri h, hence it wn affirmed, th.it "tlio Biblcstood , ,, - , , ,, . ,i . in the way of Impnuenicnt." V c mtlst then re- mini! Hie" innun ns ncioii: wc inn ictpe Hi mom- plish our benevolent mission. To give it in Joseph Barker' words, sop " Liberator, April 2.'!n1, 1N.V.2"; letter to Kichnrd I). Webb. "Tliis I regard ns tlip principle work to which t nm called. To tliis work I purpose to give myself chiefly ns long ns I live." "Tlio truth is I shnll ho Inhering for tlio nliolition ... slavery,-.,, omioavor.ng 10 correct nu n view. of the Bible,-!), showing that tlio Bible is not of, .nv.no authority, etc. ll i.atovcr I sen. ngnini(flve noo.iiinoisi in nun i.coaic, iniii reierencc. m imicm ns mnde the repudiation of tlio Hilda rsspntinl to tlio nliolition of slavery. Now friend Itobinson, I think it would not require mnrh argument, or logic, to ennvinee tlio candid tlmt the cause the "Bugle" has espoused, is decidedly pro-slavery 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. — 20 August 1853

Miscellaneous. AMERICAN CLOCK MAKING. nro proverbially tlio cheapest liost in tho world, mainly because circumstances hnvo enabled American inonuity find skill to apply themselves Vn this direction, undepressed by Foreign rivnrly or enmpit on. There Ik no essential reason w liy wV should not beat tlio world In Watches ns Well as Clocks i lint a few hnppy thoughts gave ns a Mart in Clock which we have never lost, nnd which hint no purullcll in regard to Watches. Itud tho manufacture uf Steele, or Hardware, or Musical In struments, obtained thirty or forty yearn ago such n foothold among us ns that of Clocks, und Edge Tools, nnd Nails Actually did. we have no donlit that it would have been euiiully prosperous at this ilny, and distinguished tho i tho world over for tlio chean- ..-.I- .....I ii e i. i ' less mill OXrolltmcn of Its nrnilneta l n.,..-.. 'i'., ( . V w 11- , i -J ,,.,;, , iii,,., ... . r li . . ! Ameiu in, luiii..) nn account t'f tho origin and,' progress ot t lock-making ...

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. — 27 August 1853

A!NN FEAItSON, I'liMishllig Agon!. WAItllS It. ItOIilSSON, IOditor. AO vxios mm skavmioldi-hs: VOL. 0. NO. 2. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATUJlfAY, AUGUST 27, 1S53. WHOLE NO. 112. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, ( PUm.l.sllKDEVEnV5ATURIlAV,ATS.l.rM,nlll), IKIIMS. ji.jn r inmim, If pnlj In ailrnnre. $'J,W pel annum, if hiuMit bo Ucinytsl. V'n w-lt.lnrmlly mi.I mtnil-T to tliis 1io nri. not mil Vrlneri. but who air isllsril to l Intcrs-li"! iti Mir- ilt..r-nitnnllii tif antl-.)ari'ry truth, Willi tin hopo thnt lliry will either .HlwrtU irii'iitwhos, or umi their inducm-g to cxti'lid IU ilri'ulntkm autong their frlrn'iK. r.mimrl.ttonMnten(IH .rlnn.rtl m. tot,n al,tri...e.l to, M.ir.ici. K. llooi.xMua, Editor. A II ot lien to Ass I'uniov. rub- lulling Agonl, J. lll'Il'ON, Piuste. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. For the Bugle. LINES. ADDRESSED TO A CERTAIN CLASS PATRIOTS. ' Of your vain, wild, discordant erics, My soul is sick, O thoughtless crowd! Mo,lv"Kv' vcx wearied skies Willi shouts of triumph lo...

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. — 27 August 1853

l)c SVnti-Glaumji JJuglc. Knli-in'Olilfl, August 37, 13. I Vcoiiiit several nrtii lo, we had prepared fur this to make room for the fart of the Citu iiinali laeiao, with a part of Judge M l,m lVcis'ton. OPERATIONS IN THE WEST. sn . . " ., . Ihu American Anti-Mawry society in eoime . lion with the Western Anti-Slivery , ioty ure now Y.a4y to ewinnir-iicc n system of lignrioil opera- li, In the west. Some eight or ten of the moot n We nnd effective n:;ent, in the country r- ill inline-' Ui,,e.y enterthis field. Mr. 1'ilW.ury nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. (iriffin will linineliately after the niiniversarv for Indi-, una, l.oMinjr eo-otio.;. hv the wav. Mr. and Mrs. . , ' , ? . ' . . , oer nre hero on their way to M,ch.,n-;.nd other will join them in ihoir lahoi in that stntc Perhaps surto prominent places in Visconin and Northern Illinois will nlvolo visiti-il. In llio mean ,i,e Ohio and Western lV,,Hvl,a.,ia will in no' wise ho ne liM'ted. We sh illho nl.lo to add further particulars "'-xt The nti...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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