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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 27 August 1853

Communications. Communications. FIRST OF AUGUST-A REPENTANT SLAVEHOLDER. HOLDER. SMYRNA, Harrison. Co., Aug. 1, 53. Inner ... r.ilK- rcnl'mcd P.- tic Lie of belli; launch..,! on tlio liillotra of life, within tlio few Inst day whilo wc liuvc l-on winding mid whirling up nnd down (till we could nnnuy rntrli mir l.ronth) the IiiIIh ot llarrmon nnd . ... ......... . n,t, , ..it . i ellllnnt I'UllIlt en; lino it ni lirn nil Hnn.Nirk.trn nm Hi heart, hlll-niek, far n. travellinj? i eoneerned. . , . ... .. , , , lilt (Hir Mrlv ltrmtn 111 ntr ViiiYlrtml Ima M-.ill " " m .,.. .i-.w,enjoy,eiK.nui.i..i.leneryni u,crroelc.n T,.i . y .o. ri.iKn-nm.,,, over wni. n wo pnnnou, nnii inhale with delight lho clear nnd inviKorting of lull nnd dale miniature 1,rree of our el.ildli.HHl, P.i. l, iih never ijrect on on tho Ion leveln of tho Uencrvo. Thero. in littlo of Itomiinee here no jagging fni'kn or jutting precipice)) no darting Immkii or foaming cntnractH, mull an Xew F.iighin.1 IxniHtN. Hut tho ro...

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. — 27 August 1853

Miscellaneous. From the New York Tribune. LIFE AT THE FIVE POINTS. THE TWO-PENNY MARRIAGE. 'Mr. Po.w, wo want tn ho married.' Want to ho married what for?' 'Why you see, we doiit' think it Is riirht for us o he living together thin w nr nny longer, nnd wc havo been tulkitigover the matter to-ily nntl you "Yes, yes, I son you linvo been talking over the matter over the bottle nnd lmvetw t sort of drunken conclusion to get married. When yon gvt sober you will Isith repent of it, probably.' 'No, sir, wc arc not vory drunk now, not tn! ilnink hut what wo can tliink, and wc don't think wc nrc doing right wo aro not doing as wo were brought ,up to du by pious, parents. Wo Imvc boon reading ulsmt good things you have done for such pir out casts ns we nro and wo want you to try and do some thing for uh,' Read! Can you rend? Do yon read tho Bible?' . 'Well not much lately, hut wo road tho nowspu ors ami sometimes w road something good in them. Ilowci-.u we read tho Bible when wo nro drunk?' ...

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. — 3 September 1853

I iff MAItH S It. IlOltlXMr, Ltlilor. "A"M IAVO.V 11777 SLAVEUOLVUia; AS l,i:AliO.'V, riiblishlMir Aitohi. VOL. !). NO. 3. SALKM, COMJMlilANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATtllJDAV, SKI'TKMUKR 3, 1853. WHOLE NO. 113: IB 11-- ,rfcl SLAVERY BUGLE, IM ni,ISIIBIlKVl;ltVH.Tll(t.AV,ATS.M.KM,Hll(. TMIM.- l W Kr Milium, milium. Ir I nytiM iit Im ,1,1,,,, If stlil in sdrame. fiMin t J! i Up rxn-lwinllr rn! ntiintior lo thrvw wtm srs not rnli n Nli'M. I. ill wlin nr.. I.-H...,-! I.. t,,l. r. hi lli.oll..,.,,,!,, . i nf mill.lnr. rv truth. Willi Inn Hint lli.-Y nMMlli. r iil.ril I ici,,.,.,,. r us n, Ui,n,v i,, ,it.nJ 3 , in uinii,,,, dm, ,, lln-lr ril,'ii,K -('.imininHitlfvnn Iiilin,c1 f..r Imrrilnn. In I. nMr,-"ol In Mil ii,i i. ....nisaji, K.lllnr. All u.Iiits In Ass l'r.ll:.-i,v, I'uH IWiliif A';.nl. J, III RUIN, I'MNTt R, the Ann. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. A QUESTION ANSWERED. Tlie fiitlmviiis ui'licli'd lYnni the Wvk1i,viui uiirnMT liir tii(Mliiin a;vi in llu ir nnlM't. Tin-re urn vrt irrmiiiH in mir niitNt...

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. — 3 September 1853

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ELEVENTH ANNIVERSARY Of the Western Anti-Slavery Society assembled in Of the Western Anti-Slavery Society assembled in Friends meeting house Salem. O. August 27th 1853. Tha meeting was called to order by thr President, Ben,Bown. ''I am an aholitinnist" was win); by the audience. The President made a few remarks congratula ting the aHnlitinnista upon thrir assembling in fvicty opacity, and f xhnrting thrm in ill ho fmth ful t. principle. On motion the following com mil tops were appoin ted: RutincM Committee. Stephen 8. Foster, -I. W. Waller, Ahby K. Foster, Ahrm. Brook. I.ydis. Ir 4 h, J. Eli7.rMh Jonr. M. tl. Robinson, Parker rillamiry, Josephine tlriffmg. A'lHfld'-e Cnmmifti-i. A. K. Foster, Lot Holmes, James B.irnahy, Thou. Chandler, K. O. Thnma:. tingle Committee. Kirhmd Mrrritt, EckiclCnr- tin, Chas. Grifling, F.inily Robinson, Ktac Tres-1 colt. On mntinn, (Iw ch.iir wasroipirslrd to appoint n Nominating commiltoo nf nine, lie asked per mission to defer repor...

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. — 3 September 1853

to. elinttlohood every li-inr. Wc think wo hlvo little power. Without fcclim wo b u s no power. Wo wtint Icoling. There is n it a ml if wk ran nit work ofirtivly if his ho.irt is fight. I kmoif we tiro ull liable to hit tiiun wesknos. let oh this occasion look away from smrowndinjt "mhs and see the pall of slavery spread over lln Inn., tho separation of husbands nnd iV!. of mother, ami children, to moot 110 tn rft till Tta judgement Whut ii horid picture ! millions, and n-lti'-!ti tueiity human I Could wo see it here to-ilay were a Minister to tour A chihl from ft mntlior'ii nrnn before 111, how wo rush to tho rcsouo, braving nil the dangers of death', yet there nro thousands, thus robbed every i day rntil wo hood it not. Hut lot us endeavor to! keep Ihc.iu things before our minds. Wc nro said to ho tiion of one idea. 1 glory in j it. If it shall hu Kii.l .,f mo in hcariiur of tho universe, that I Isirn some humble part in tho work if abolishing Amorioiiii Shivery, I nsk no more. Wh...

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. — 3 September 1853

Miscellaneous. A DEED OF NOBLE DARING. Tlio following li-oil of noble daring in recorded in one of the events attendant i.n tho l:ilo dcsliuc- l'J tiro uf tlie liii.crinl Theatre at M nscow : From tlio suddenness fif (Ms melancholy occur rence, niul from tlio number of employee permn rtontly living with their fiimiliea in Ihcliuuso. many liven wore, lost. Three skeletons were foiii:d in the uilic.t. Jiit nt tlio commencement of the lire, three workmen, who had boon engaged in (lie np- rr ti irii'H, Uncling mi moans to ilcscoml liy llif Hlain-:i:o, no rapid w as tlio pmgiivs of tlio Hume, jumped out ut tlio windows to tlio lower mof, which, being of iiun, soon became so intensely hot Ih it two of tlio unfortunate hcine. mil capable i.l rn-liiriti-' tlie lirnt, throw thcni-clve to the ground, nnil woii! killed by tho full. Tlio third, with mint iiresenoo of mind, made his way over protruding nr hpi cornices M t ! limit root, ami there remained l"f s inn' minutes, till tlio greedy clem...

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. — 10 September 1853

f ill 9 ' LI i 1 rt vl bim n. nonivsov, r.jiior. r "A'O t .VIO.V rJH 5 AVZHOt T)ZR3: AV r AIIiO., PilbU-.hli.ff AfUi..,,,, SALEM; C0U7MMANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1S53. WHOLE XO. '-lU'JvS ill k H H IB 0 J3 . 7-i U r B IU 3 IM ID 111 rtJ 1 S U W i3 7 VOL. 9.- X0. 4. ' THE 4 .1TI.SU i ?ER Y BUG IE, ;. , . rt BlISIIKDEVtPT8Ill!Dr.TAUll,0HI0. annum. If r)a,ci bt ilelsr. ' S l.7'i "J I""l - lntOT.tl In the at.Wn.l,i10 3 Ift'DSO?:, hmn Selected Articles. From the Indians Free Democrat. KILLING OF FUGITVE SLAVES AUTHORIZED BY THE SLAVE CODE. iu iftoung into the I'ro blavcrv papers both po- iiucai una religious, we leurn that the tompronnso M easures of Cougres, as well ns the Compromise' Kesloutioiie of the tarious i:clihimtii!il Lr.diis.! have not entirely allayed agimion ou the euljeet of our Republican Slavery thoiu arc yet some mouths that arc opeued lor the dumb there are. some Hearts that Kiel tor those thnt aic in -bonds as bound wih them." We rejoice to know that 'no...

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. — 10 September 1853

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ELEVENTH ANNIVERSARY Of the Western Anti-Slavery Society,assembled in Friends Meeting House, Salem, Ohio, August Friends Meeting House, Salem, Ohio, August 27th,1853. tVoNTixir.n) REMARKS OF MR. BARKER. 2ND DAY, A, M. Joseph Tlirkcr spoke nt length, defining hi po sition and recapitulating his course of Action lis n Vcformnr in England. Ho said ho would vote for 1ny man who would go for the smallest measure of freedom nml abatement of Slavery. Fur himself lie wns in favor of the entire nlsditlon of Slnvcrv 'everywhere, hut whilo declaring this, purpose, he Tvoul'l go with nny party an far ns it went to secure Ic o4jct If (hut compromise he was n "compromiser. Ho hail met with ninny Free Suilers a,..,r .!....: i ... .i..i . lhecause.n.n.avwl.r..,', li.i.'al .lM.IWS.ml.ta. if was 'such nn arnditionist ; tho first wi iimh on iimerican son, no gavo nonce 01 ins ..:....... - .. : .vin.i.i. up n'nn.it' n i ill...-.,. ..hi rn iirihi iu vip.i- .. ..r ..I- If he had 1-eeu ...

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. — 10 September 1853

Ilo acknowledged lain niuiic his master told his history and Ellington's fro'Hy; Mr. ('. then pro ceeded to Kentucky, and provnilod hplm Henry A. Mead, Esq., a rclutivo of Ellington, n slaveholder, And A man of wealth, w ho now reside on the farm (nun which Snm escaped, to fro with him to Ciinaditi He also prevailed upon Captain Juntos Nichols, it near neighbor, nnd thd largest slafcholdbr In Greenup County, to accompany them; They arc both gentlemen of tho first character, nnd friends of KHington. When they started, they said it seemed impossible tlmt Ellington could lie mistaken in his man, but tlmt they would go to Canada nnd see if the mnn pointed out was rcnlly Snm. They went together when near Sum' house, Mr. C. itnid liehind in tho woods, nnd let Messrs. Nichols nnd Mend go alone to tho house. As they np proeeod, A miitilnl reeognition ttmk place they met A old friends shook hands conversed freely about KHington and nil their former acquaintances. Sam scorned very glad to see...

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. — 10 September 1853

Miscellaneous. ilAdi ," T4.tt Tut CM. In lif M H'ltnur, n.d 4 1'IOIJ', of 1'MlUI'. . ANTAEUS AND THE PYGMIES. BY NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE. 'A endat while nio.whon the woild was full of v,od ry 'hv'ic lived im v'irth-boiii giant, named Anlii-u. and a million or more of cmi us little f :rlh hern lK'opl", vho w?r.- cal'rd I'vfuif . THii ma'nt nnd (lure l'vtttr.ks being children cf , ibe :i:no inotiifr, (that i to Bfl?, ' nr flood" old 'iiin lmotber Iv.ittb.) wet? nil brethren, and "Ijyelt ymUte in i very trion.Uy rr.d uiiuctionatc lii.,!:u'.r, i'i'-t', Cr y.t in ikj n.iJV.Ki.f hot- Af.Jca. Th4 Pytriiiies w re'so imall, and there wircso mtj- ..iii.Jy.dtscrUnnd. such high nicv.ntvn be j.V(ort'ltiriit':.rKt' (lie rest l)f mankind, that lit bod V Bf " TCCII llt them oftcner than once in n tudtl)';! fr-.lt. 'As 'for the ciant, Win of A very .loft j stature, it was uf-sy enough to set liiiu, 'Lut.si.fcr Jo keep cut of his si;.!.!. J, Among lie 1 Vomica, I suppose, i if one of thum I'V-W to tlio h...

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. — 17 September 1853

the XL a .'ft . MARIVS It. ROBINSON Editor. ivo vmxat mm sLAvmotdKiis." Atlk PEARSON; PnbllKfilitff AffCMt. WHOLE NO. 4I5. l V,. J In VOL. 9. NO. 6. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATUHDAY SRPTEMltfvlt 17j 1853; THE ARTLSLITEBT BUGLE, FI'BLISIIED EVERY SATL'RDAV, ATSAI.RH,01IIO. TKRM8. il,M per annum. If pnlit In adranca. (2,00 per annum, ir payment ne delayed. , Ttir wi qroutonalltr send tinm1r to Ukvw who are nol ri- , wn Qroutonalltr Minn nnmir to unm who are not m arrlben. bill Who are hellered to he Interested In the illieemlniitlon I fit anttamrery truth, with the hope met lliry wiueiineruiirmo ihnoV(HS or us. their Influent to extern! IU circulation amunp weir rnemli. jnr-Ootnmnnlrfttlonii Intended fir Inierllon, to bo inMrewwl to iUyiu H. Homaaoii, KOitolr. All olhcra to Axs Fuiws, I'ub- TWUlng Agent. J. HL'wdJr, timra. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. WHOLE WORLD'S TEMPERANCE CONVENTION. VENTION; ' We give on abridged report of this most importr ' Mat convention, from the Iribuno : T. ...

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. — 17 September 1853

JERRY RESCUE CELEBRATION. GffraiT Smith tin been invited to prosido nt this oclebratinn. Here U hi letter (if m en, I unco. We Copy from the. Curson Isapit : PETERBORO, Sept. 5,1853. W. V Cramlal, Tlionmii G. White, James Fuller, EK I'ilkins, Lydia P. Savage, Joseph Savage, V. W. Logucn. Vfciuiw-Cmr.r.ss: Your letter Is, this hour, presented to me; and, this hour, I will give you my 1 hivl tllO honor to tvrcaije. nt the firt celebration tf tho Kcsciio of Jkbrv. The honor of profiling " vw...j r m iiuvr nuen coniorreii on nil- assured S JW inyrncu w.'tho moriihig o! the glorious First of October. I do not forget, that tho trials of iierwms charged Tvith reviling Jorry, will lie going on in the l . S. Court at Canandnigua, at the saimfliinc thnt we are! celebrating his rescue: and I ilu not forgot, that am expeeted to attend them. Hot 1 attended them in Albany. hut winter; and 1 learned then, thnt 1 need not attend them again. The pnrt assigned to ni was to argue the unconstitutionali...

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. — 17 September 1853

Communications. LETTER FROM PARKER PILLSBURY. Dear Mariusi My Work linn commenced in the Went nndor tlio mint favorahlo and hopeful cir cumstance. The mooting at Connenutvillo, Linot yillo, nd Moadville, Pa., wero all well attended and Indicated a most encouraging intorost. In the Utter place, our doctrines arc almost entirely new, Imt except a fow juvenilo demonstrations from Allegheny College, everything won all that could ha? boon expected. Thero was one thing obscrv lable ; and that wiw, no woman came to tha meet ings. This Is unusual, except in places where only Free 8oilism is preached for anti-slavery. In such places, in New England as well as at tho West, women sometimes stay away. Why should they not f What have they to do with politics. In Lincsvillo, there is a littlo hand of nliolitinn- ista whoso labors, though quiet and unobtrusive, are yot above all praiso. 1 was greatly indebted lo Isaao Ilrooks and wifo, for attentions and kind nesses which nono know how to apprecia...

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. — 17 September 1853

('oiilinmil J'nim f'iml I'tiii:) tl,....l, ........... t. j a i... i 1 1 i i am .. .l;iv ..a' !...:.. . ..1 ::.:... , ' ' ... niiun mii i.ii-.r i,,.,ri.i ri'fMnif iim i li t , n.i'i ndy upim Legislation. All nnlitiuil reform arc Ilia fruits and nut 1 1 1 t.nroiils of morality. It it- obvious thnt men lnt need law govern them are tint fit to ho trusted, Ilo combined l.y hoping' thnt the principle nf tnmiiernncr would he curried I lut to their fullest extent, Iiv nil present in such! way as tli cause, would justify. Cheer. I THE HALF WORLD'S TEMPERANCE CONVENTION. VENTIOIT. The rKi-tn-ivoi lirlil their convention common-' rlnn fin Titcmlnv thr Oth insf. In their ..rguniitu-' ., . , . , ,, , ... i ! lion they had a glorious hubbub which wns "'".v ' utiictctl by excluding ovcrvlxidv except ti e fficers from the ihitforin in order to get rlil of Mix llrown .....I . and by resolving thnt "mothers, wive lpf were out of their sphere in public discussions, tin the tPiiipprniHo plutfonn." Afi...

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. — 24 September 1853

"JL'.!'. '!'. MAItllTS It. IIOIUNSOW, Editor. -yo vtrwx with slaykholdfmx" ANN PEAItSON, rntl.hint AretV ! . 1 "(if''' VOL. 9. XO. G. SALEM, COLUMBIANA' COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, SEPTKMBKH 24, 1853. WHOLE NO, 410v, TJIK ANTl.SLAf fitt BUflLE, ri'm.rfiHED svkkt bati'rday. at salem, onto - TKWMfc f l.ftO pmr mnnm, If paid In It.mh. $4,00 put ntium, If payment b tlolivjwl, Tn nrvarinnftllr (wml niimhrr In tlWe who trv not tuilv ?rtHr, rmt who ar bHIrTiM t h IntfTtnf In tli lUapmlnntlon r4 ntt-4rry Intth, with thohn? iWtthwy will rtllw tmlWtih JSmtrW, or mm their IdAimbc to uUml IU rirtuUUu unnag thf It rHvi. ' vfVminiitnlcfitfnnii lntwlM tot Inwrlkin, In he nd'lmiml to ilamiTa H. Houston, fell tor. Ail other to Ann I'iaiiiqj, I'nV lUhlng AtrvnU . J. IHjnUOV, fittxritt. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. THE PROSPECT—THE LIBERTY PARTY— THE PROSPECT—THE LIBERTY PARTY— THE PEOPLE. . Fbirnd Kiito! It Ik In ruin that we would su perinduce the principle, tlmt men arc not by nnturo conservative. It was not un...

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. — 24 September 1853

From the New York Tribune. FREEDOM IN KENTUCKY—C. M. CLAY. FREEDOM IN KENTUCKY—C. M. CLAY. GLENVILLE, Lewis Co., Ky., Sept. 5, 1853. fl...... It........ .. u - i ff IroJ others 1. t 1 1 ?. ",,":Mon,mn-v,,,!r,,r!-i"Uh.Tthe ShwerY m 7hi. I. . T "V rT1",,,,,r", i Wthc HlevSri U. Jl!. ' y'Ti ' trmn. r.wTrl .V 1 1 . "T'- with .tel iXt.Zrl h . h.7Bf,,17 n,,1"' hftl1 witnilt-lignt every md.oat.on of it jullimalc over- Hirow. ., l have just returned frinn another vtnit to 0. M. viny nnu Hie ree riiim-hos in .Madison nnd Kock eastle ceunties. fnnnd Clay at home, rotolutc in tutrpose, sanguine in expectation, but calm in hone. lid still believe a " lie will not live nlwnvs." II expectathil nation vet to nee the falsity ni' Slavery , impolicy ami cruelly aim with righteous In c -the comm. in enemy dignation crush the nioiiitc uif U.m and man. Ther it) abontClay and hie hoineinuch of interent. JI ie BiMiiitl, gencmu and hoepitable. lli wife i a'nd, intelligent, pleasant, professing faith in Jes...

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. — 24 September 1853

AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. A letter fromMrrOarrlson of the 17tliiht. slates that it ha been determined to dispense trith Me fi'Hfrofthe Am. A. 8. Sooloty, which Wits advertised be hteia at 8yra.cuo on the 30ih ahtl Blsl ihst, The trial of the Jerry Rescuers, which will be in pro Bren at that time, induced the committee, first, change the time to the 2d and 3d ht November, it was so announced in the taut Liberator, Subse qnnnt consultation however determined them jmstpnne it entirely, it would com o near fime of the Democratic meeting in rhllAdelphia. "The ftillndPphiA metitlhg Will occur during fur part of December. WOMEN'S RIGHTS CONVENTION IN CLEVELAND. Our friend, in thin region especially, will rec ,1 tcct the important convention to be hold in Cleve land, week after next. Vi'i understand thnt lib' cretia Mott, Luey Ptortrt, AntIHHtt Ii. Brown, , Wni. It. Clianninr;, and W. L, (Jarrixon, will be present front the East. These with our Western friend, will undoubtedly make 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. — 24 September 1853

Miscellaneous. From Eliza Cook's Journal. MULATTO LITERATURE. 1 The empire of literature li prndnallr extending. The printing press, like civilisation, is mnkipg tho tour if the world ; and even in iinperinl llnvti, among a population ot neroe-i, literature is l.econi in a power fur bi 'o.l. if not nlmi fur evil. At the tiino when tho ncgmea nf llnytt revolted Against France, elementary instruction in the Front h Inncnaso had ml mime nrnnress in tho island. MohonlU and churches hnil been founded tho nc- yrmn spoke in broken rroncli, ninny of them could read, nml they innttly worshiped in Catholic t liurchos. Still, the literary classes worn greatly in tho minority, for the hulk'of tho population were illiterate slaves when tlie rebellion hroko out w hich ttnitllr severed their connection w ith Frame During tho hoight nJ fever of tho rebellion, 'ovorythinr, in France wa hat"d nml denounced French churches, French iiioniiiiieutM, nml French inuii.a Men nt tlio latter were not killoil ...

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. — 1 October 1853

2 ASS Vr.AllOS, Pnbllsiin'i Aftpnl. PI Alt ICS It. hoilINSOtf, E.lltor. xo vxio.v With sLAinioiDr.tts:' Whole :o. m SALEM COLUMJUANA COUNTY; OHIO, SATURDAY, OCTOlHtft 1, 1853. VOL. 0. NO. 7, THE Aim. SLi VERY BUGLE, riBLIXIlRn EVERY SATURDAY, AT S.M.EM,OIIIO. TERMS. ft. M ffT annum. If .Hlil In stlvnnro. $J,00 sr innnm, If payment m drl.ty.sl. e-W' namlnnftlly wwl minders tn llin-s lm ire mit n.li rrlli,r, lint wltn nr IwIIotwI In ht lnt-rfltil tn tlii .ti,tinlniilliii of nntlmlftTerjr truth, with thr hops thnt lti-y w'llittlirr imi1wtIIn- inrmwiri nr Uff tunr Innurnea lo no-na 1M itrcuuilun uumif tlnrtr rrlnU. 4tT.. u 1"?.ri. I l.-Jt.". Mmng Agi-ni. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. REPLY TO MR. HOOVER. Mr. Hoover repeats in his lust thnt ' II mice Mann know that tho Constitution gives the slaveholder certain privileges wlllih cimldo him to capture his idavo In any Stato or Territory iiito which ho nmy havo Moil." .rttil itls.0 lurther srtys, tlu-.t ' it will j not lie denied that lloraco Mann i...

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. — 1 October 1853

V lin1 " .'""V" represented, I askcdi I '!"''" The Indian who once strodn over this nnd Allod it hi on n proud fierce, dar- nU,gretlnhiitiv'fr'.l.iiii, n.iw.on hiworlil ,.....,.,,,., ,,, ,,, ,,.l, and civilirW, (T) dcspoilera and destroyers proud- her S-'.,il,it their rum, and Kwli nnil gun With or ,.n they have swept the alsirigitiea from the es.h. Who but must drop a four over tho for- tnmj'nfthe haughty, during, mid often manly mid iyy, Indian? ' Iffn.ix Brothsriiooi.! HovrMieatutiful it noumln J.X herel I have seen nn cross am acow ling looks hero. Thia Is a kind tif Won I'alnco, where nil nations are fussd Into one. At this moment, somo ono ia , playing on a finc-toned piano near me, the sweetest of nil eweet oirs, Lilly Dale.' Who enn lo in ho- . ing happy here? Who ran help feeling proud of Muiuiniiii i .vauonniinni nnu sectnrism, where are thojf They dure not enter here. Would they might never he felt or known again. Here ia the I'loce to worship 0kI, the uniremal Father. AN...

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