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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 1 October 1853

From the Mayaville Eagle. KIDNAPPING-GREAT OUTRAGE. Thursday night last, aWit 10 o'clock, a prirty of eight men enti'rcd liy force tho house of A free black man named Isaac Hcnselcy, living near Sar dinia, Brown county, Ohio. The family of Hcnscly consisted of his wife nnd four children, two of them gins nearly crown, ana two or tricin hoys somowhnt younger. '1 hey were nil in lied, hut got up when ao rudely awakened. The kidnapping party knock ed llcnsclcy' wife. In tho head, rendering her Inseniiblo, picked her up and laid her on the bed ; then bound llcnsclcy arid lil5 four children, and put them into an old wagon covered with quilts'. The Wagon was driven thence tl: rough Logan's lap; anil just abovo tho Unp, Hensclcy and 17 in children were taken out of the wngon, put Into a skiff and rowed across the Ohio river to the Kentucky shore. The children wero concealed during Friday in ome bushes, but Henseley was taken up the river to A cabin about a milo and a half bolow Mnysvillo, ...

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. — 1 October 1853

Miscellaneous. From the British Journal. SOME ACCOUNT OF A SINGULAR PEOPLE BY CAPTAIN MAYNE REID. Piiese are nations in Europe nbout whom wo English know little moie than we do of the tribes; bf NogroUnd. One of those nations is the Szckclyl br Siokolors ; nnd, until tl.oir Hume turned Hp, in the Into Hungarian involution, it was only mi oihl I limn, here ami th"rt- who had ever heard of their I Jxistem-t!. And yet this is a people worthy ol Wing known, especially lit the present time, as, in tlio event ol a war between liirkcvniid Russia, or between the former power nnd Austria, this people, I Rlllllll tlinili'h tlip'ir lnmili-y Ami l.OI ttMl.t Ltiixvii us they are, wonl.l form nil important element in !. ....;... t i- i. .. ....... .1.. ...i. -i : : . tfc rom-si. u Kiun 11 war 1111 uikc pmee, 11 is noi Ull '.meiy innr in me vaior nun spirit m tne .-.ekicri nntiun tins Turks tuny find their firmest mint il'njfl risekelaml Is Imt n small sp it upon tlie crent map lit the world 1 "ci...

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. — 8 October 1853

the MARIUS It. ItoniXSON, Editor. "SO VKIO.V WITH SLAir.llOLDEIlS." Ay riMRSON, PublKliliiff A genu VOL. 9. NO. 8. SALEM, COLUMIUANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, (KTOHKU 8, 1S33. AVHOLK NO. 118. Tfll .HTML. ! E R I BUGLE, rTM.lSflKD EVERY SATl'RnAV,ATI.W.EV,OIMO. TKhMA.1.i f innnra, pa;al.le In mltaiirt. m.!?'V?'ZTmnT n"mh.ni to tlinwi whn t not mh. . m """"I " b Intwo.trd In id. ilKmnlnattnn Lil'IiT "T ,ru,h' w"h t"h"ltitttio, lllrllli.r.ilrrlhr 'hill frfrnV " lh,lr ,,',,"'n, 10 "l rtrruLltun moo y Omnninnlnitlnn. tntsnttnt f,ir tnmrtlnn. to h. n.l.lrri.M to f. 1 . " . ""i suitor. All MImto lo As 1'uswx. V.b- ll.hlng Agent. J. Ht'DSON, Mltr. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. PROCEEDINGS OF THE YEARLY MEETING OF PROGRESSIVE YEARLY MEETING OF PROGRESSIVE FRIENDS, HELD AT SALEM, ON THE 24 & 25 OF NINTH MONTH, '53 ' .. - . .. . . . Alter a tuno oi protound silence it wns broken pya few introluctory remarks from some Friends. .Then Lot Holmes and Ann Pearson were appointed to servo tho meeting as Cler...

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. — 8 October 1853

MISS HOLLEY Tl.ii lady 1ms been lecturing in Michlmn of Int.- i Tli f.,l!r.wiii;. IY..t.. . i .. ri 'r i- ' i Th f llow.ng . f row a otter of her. from Adrian, puj.si.ea,,, the Liberator. ir. mm .urs. loster nave been 'dispensing the1 mi-slavery 'word' In A.Irian to multitudes ..f C?ZrT ?:,0.bJ,',,,i'! h in,,-l"J ',rmeJ Bread of Life, M well s to a lew entry ones. lo whom it Only proved foolishness nnd u stun. vung-uiotkv The ii m of their list meeting wns cidi-cncd by the sudden uprising trom out the midst of the nu-, diem, oi a very erect pcrsonn-a g entlcn.ni, whoso mr and manner ..m. bet .In. mufii n n.,,lof assurance of one reiMrdini himself as oiNsji.vinir an impregnable p sition, ami, tinfoUil.g a sheet ol luoiscap, no procceilcd to propound to Mrs. tester, . ,iv v.,i,v,,iir -uHPiii.-n-i u.su cssiugiy ..crpie.-. ing iiuewis very reviin on wlm-li I hi' Ante ri Hun Jk N S.......I. I.I l. r I I ................I, " - " ... ........ , n v,,., w.- .lllllll'l Iir IMIH III7I I'll f'...

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. — 8 October 1853

knew, that our boing unarmed exposed us to the reproach of hasarding our live recklessly, Ww niako all these admissions nml, yet, we Justify our rescue of Jerry. On what ground? Solely on th ground of doing unto others, m we have others do unto us. Jerry wished to resencd. Were wo kidnapped, w sholild wish to be rescued. Were our kidnapper kidnapped, they Would wish to lie rescued. Wert) Marshal Allen kidnapped, his heart would go out forever toward the Jerry the white Jerry, or the black Jerry should deliver him. Marshal Fitch fired pis-jlng tols at the rescuers of Jerry. But had Iro liven In Jerry's place, the kisses of his love would have imprinted, and the teara of his grutituhe would have wet, the cheeks of those rescuers. Who Is there, in fine, that, were lie kidnapped, would not wish to be rescued ? No one. Thero is no one then, who is competent to deny, that Jerry's w ish should have been gratified. . But it is saiil, that thero was a taw against res cuing Jerry. We answer, ...

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. — 8 October 1853

Miscellaneous. LONDON STREET MARKETS ON SATURDAY NIGHT. From the London Leisure Hour, published by tho Religious Traet Society, we Hike the following picture oi scene visible M a Saturday night in the groat British metropolis: Owing to tho system of lute payments which prevails in too many establishments, them in constant stream of working men's wive, who have l)Ut just received their innrket money, nnd lire has tening to lay in a stock of provisions for the inor- row. w i iiiiit I to i"r iiiu nest ii in oi in cusiiiolc ee. H.isket on arm. tliev L,n r.i.in.l ....E - - i . i . r i . . .i . the vegetable stalls, sounding the cabbages lettuces, pressing the potatoes with vigorous thumb, or poising green pes by the handful to incite ol their contents liy w eight. Hero a weather-worn matron is musing pensively over a barrel of lirine- oddon p,Tk fni, which she finally extracts a ham or ft breast, for which sho strikes a bargain at six- rcn"1'""'' .'lih',.!,1",'',,,'' ""V"",8 !,,n.K"' M s...

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. — 15 October 1853

-U-.UJJJL'J'g.J.'-i. the -,.. ,V- UfAftltrS It. ROBISSON, Kelltftr. ,vo vxiox with sLAVF.uoi.nFns:' VOL. U. NO. 0. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, OCTOHKU IS, 1S53. wiioLi-: no. no. ; Til 1.1TI-SLHEEY BDOLE, riLI'IIXDIV(RT SATURDAY, AT SALS, at, OHIO. TflMA.-4l far UDD1, partMa Hi adraot. W. nma.tonallr a-nfl naintMni to tho. who Ir. not .rib arWrt. hut who Bra botlevml to br Intare'tisl In tli. ilUasailnstsili lUMMm) truth, with Ui. hop. that th.; wlll.HhpMub.rrll. th.mi.lrwi, or mm UVtr Innwmca to .itcnd Iti ilrculauon auiuiig th.tr frUnd.. aT-OnaaaaWUnna Intend for Inarrtsin. to h. aiMf..! tfi ttiarci It. fVnasaos, Mlior, All other, to ASM I'lAtUuM, I'ub lUhlag Af.nl. i. IU'l)SO, PltcrTa. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. MRS. STOWE IN LEEDS. A few day bofor her departure frtun Kngland, Mrs. 5roV vMred Leeds, on which occasion the . following address and testimonial were presented, in4 fulluwed by tho accompanying reply. Tlio Mayor o. .no v.ty pro.t.tcu ou ure , 'uo, at !..- !.IJ . ....

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. — 15 October 1853

talf a .aoien occasions through which thin passed tf thfl Contrition has dims nothing more thcin to compel the respectful admiration of All who wit nessed Ha proceedings, even where thnir opinions and sympathies were cold, if not advene to tire attfHratinna by which it w as animated, it would have Kssempnshed a great good for its constituent. Thin moek it assuredly did t there is no coi.llict t.f iudg tnewt et of testimony upon it. It b iipnssihl in I. t .l: r' .1 ' ... maallv H..ii,. V.,..kl.. ..,i.;a:,.:ni..J..Mni..l.l impossible for any one. however prejudiced, tol peran ui s pamphlet nnd not to soltoncd Lv (he 1 - weighing upon the free Masks are recognized. and itapretsvd by the manly self-reliance in which r.Mlv the:r own unassisted enec-lc to on mount r I'.'' UnW" h" "P"1'"" ,h" ntcllcet.ml j owror tho ne'ro is much bIkiVC tl'.at in cor.imcm ww, will ho fail to be surprised Vv the deee , huity miutirested in wronl ,.T d o l!.., i ,1 i. Viitteoi, cinlxidied in the proceedings....

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. — 15 October 1853

THE FIRST OF OCTOBER. The dny that, spite of nil the. powers of darkness, Is destined to bo fin-ver memorable, to (lie honor f the hearts nnd nrms of the citisens of Syracuse, broke fairly upon tiro, enthusiastic pilgrims of Free dom, who, from every pnrt of 'old Onondngo,' throngedto our city to cerebrate, the day. The meeting had been appointed at the Unitarian Church, liut, at the lust moment, tho Common Council re-eoiifidnred their former action, and granted the use of the City Hall for tho pupnso. That apartment was accordingly crowded at an arly hour, and hundreds went away unable to olr tain admission. Hon. Gorrit Smith, the I resident, at twenty mlti Vtcs past 10 o'clock, called the assembly to order. Rev. J. W. Lngiion offerd prayer. Her. S.J. May announced that tho committed of arrangements had selected the following Vice Pres idents and Secretaries, and instructed him to sub mit them a nominations: Tic I'retidenti. Fred. Douglas Mrs, Amy Poet, of Monroe county; John Thoma...

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. — 15 October 1853

Miscellaneous. "MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE" Such woe tho simple announcement in Tin T'i- i(rw yeterdy, of a jrirl orf. "A good-looking, ."rather tnll girl, seventeen tear of age, dark "eomnletion mil ilovV hu a-'.. !, v " well-dressed, and started to go from her fatl' "kniiM i m w . - -.1. i . i J .-'iiihbi., urur wwwbiij-, 10 tier oroui- , in tli some street. And rho was lost.'' Bom stranper who rends ttiet simple anm-unce-tnont, one who line spent a night nt one of the - three great hotels on the comers nf Spring-st. and Broadway, m.jy w.wder that ft girl should bo lost In such resectable neighborhood, lie doe nut ibtw ttiat the (tucit of tho biggest of tho thri' nocis too ilown upon ono Mile upon urn worst gambling hells, and one of the pnlic e .i. - i uivi v permit - tel gambling lottery offices In the Tit hllll (ll tllP -Vi u!t U,,."n. TT" t"-7""'"i '"""i Z I ".i" ' ,ir-V ? f 1"fn;'',ln'"'!"''1n''m',nn.-w isutheiimtly black em.ii?!i to. Wrile; lions-, imuranrvniTlMl lor inn-HClit...

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. — 22 October 1853

ylnt . ... --. -..r MAItlX'S II. ItOBIXSOX, Editor. xo vxiox with si.Air.itoi.hnis:' WHOLE NO. 120,' X0l 0. NO. 10. SALEM, COLUMMAXA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, (M TOIJKU -22, 1So3. THE 'Afltl'SLl f B II BUG LB, ' rriit.isiiED rvi-ar SATtanAr, atsalew.oiiio. ' ' Tun',, JI M pn .nn.m. P,;.i,i, in in. i -w w n-nl, .in, in ,., s, n., mrw !" s,l," Mrllrl.hul Ih rf Ullfrwl tohp IiiUms-MM In IS'-H-wiaiiuirtnn nfM.t.rHroh.iihii.hon tii th-t win rith.r .ni.-rih. 0ri?i! " ,W taB""" " '" "","1"" ' r-fVmninnirMiona inti-ndr,, .r inwrikn. hi hr k,.,nw,i nl n-hViTg Aic.n"!l""', " ,,,MW'. HUDSON, hmn. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. WILKESBARRE SLAVE CASE. UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT-JUDGE GRIER. PHILADELPHIA, October 5,1853. YcMerdar afternoon, Jn.t after the adjournment of tho Court,, irarrant of arrest wn. erved upon 4., Jenkins and Ja. Croin, V. 8. Deputy Marshals charging them with a riot, and an assault and bnt tcry on Bill Thoma, an alleged fugitive slave, with an attempt to kill him. The wnrrnnt wa Issue...

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. — 22 October 1853

From the New York Evening Post. CORRESPONDENCE. THE PANAMA RAILROAD. ASPINWALL, Sept. 22, 1853. Th distance from Aspinwall (Navy Buy) on the Atlantic of the Isthmus to Ps.in.ui a on the Tn- cifie tide, by the surveyed route of the railway, is 49 mile. The most cleva'tsd point of laiid crone J by the track, called the Summit Level, is two hun dred end seventy-six feet above high tide at Atpir, wall. Tliii U about midway bet neon Gorgona and Pan im, and about ten miles from cither place. An there le to be cutting f from LO to C5 feet at the summit, the elevation of the railroad truck, when high tide, on the Atlantic tide, w ill be only atsiut 250 feet. The steepct grade upon the roud w ill I ' about tO feet in a nule, but this will be confined to one mile on the Puxuma cole, in il,e descent from the Summit Level, there w ill m no grade of mure than 50 feet to the mile. The general course and direction of the railroad from Aspinwnll to Panama is from in.rthwo.-t to southeast. This stat...

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. — 22 October 1853

concerned, fanaticism has run its race, and dcmn-j ha had it. day. And with tho decline of aloitUmsm has disappeared sectionalism. 1 lie people or the north and tho south are no longer moved by octioml animositrps, nor stirred tip to anger by rude assault. The tritil him been a Hery one, but the I'nion ban come outbrighter and stron ger in the affection of the American people than vet before. The cltiicn" of the two great divis loni of the country bare learned to know and ap preciate each other and the blessings they enjoy. Since the trial Is passed, it is a source or grntiro ic ion that it come. It wan a fearful Rubicon which b been safely panned. The tendency of future events is to bind still floeer toeethtf tho northern and Southern Sillies. The facilities of intercommunication arc so rapidly xienuinir Mini near nniicuonrnuou in iwinir cstnn- .. . . . . . . 1 . - If ... . I .... .1 I . f . t 1- , . i , . ..:. i . ,' . lished, and interests, pecuniary and social, are be - coming 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. — 22 October 1853

Miscellaneous. THE ALPS. BY HARRIE BERCHER STOWE. GRINDELWALD, July 21, 1853. au-ui., w.n.veuecumiiie "enpu .AipsthC t cues described by Manfred. Imagine u, mounting, 10 o clock, I. urn ho Wiley of Lanterbrunu. on hnr.ebnck-our party o throc-w ill, tw o guides.! .!. ;t I . 7 T ',' 'm-11'" ,Nrt,,,"uh' n lio.int.ful though nut nblnnoohjcvt. I p we began Ll H. . l""". U',,,,',.,l1 twa .'iul'"l"" r " "Vt r ..,n nl , mountain. 1, i, fca iiif timc-a bright duy-t, ,.,r,r; the birds sing ai U moil. Women mid children arc hii.y in the new. ip wo r,o r.ig-zng it pui sto.pcr nnd .Wright Mow niu is a lul l, w here rami nn. liii.riiil,- .......v ..... ..i i . .. : i M L. ii , : """ " poi-penmcn- r nni. cumnjr inir; now we nl l.igh tint, th' nonsesin tlm vnllevlook likeehii... II. io wc steml in a place two thousand feet above the . alley. Tlieip i. .... .1. ;..l.i ... ..... .i .i . . , v r.pn-m vi i.-io,-,i; me nore Mtin'H en (ii yi i-y "Ik''. nd the jrni.lo Mop;., leu jr hi- bridle, anil' ronip...

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. — 29 October 1853

IflAltll 9 II. HO It I SON, Editor. .o vmox 11777 slai t:tint.ri:ns:' WHOLE NO. 421.. A OL. 9.XO. 11. SALKM, COLUMWAXA COUNT V, OHIO, SATUllDAV, OCTOIUIU 2 1S53. T 11 E AJITI-8L4 ftRY Bl'OLE. '" rt'BI.ISIIKD EVI :.r MT. Rn,V; ATMI.M.UIIIO. TKnvis. tu.1 p?r annum, ps'sMs'ln .Ivmire. 'Worrii...nnll)r l moiiis-n in tlmw lm r rn.1 .nl. nrrlhirlMil h flrt iMiltcTf) In' lntn'.tnl tti lhll.iNmlnntt'n xl ..U..l,-r, lr.ilhllh lli..h..-tl,lll..v ntll -ith.-r .iilrrHx rni.Hvpi. or tlirlr liitliirDf'L to rtirtiiHI. rln-iiliil'm ntnuii' li.ir rri.Da.. 4f r.immunl.'stlnn inl.ii.ltsl fr ln'rt..r.. In lr n. .lr ill.' Jiumn . Homss.,, IVIHr. All it linn In As fi An-..,, rut, U.hin( Ag-rut. J. in tio. 1'sisntt, ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. TO THE LIBERTY PARTY. Gerrit Smith to the Convention held at Canestota 5th, inst. We nro nil nwnro, tlint we iln not cnnininiul ro- ncot for vnu liy cnllin volt n pnrty. n the eon- trnrr, to diiinify with that nnine tlio litllo liniultiil. to whioh yuu Br reiluoeil, in rnth...

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. — 29 October 1853

From the Daily Register of Oct. 15. THE WILKESBARRE CASEā€”THE TESTIMONY. It will U6 romcm1rrM llirlt this rase came Isidore th I'ircuii Court flif llit! Aral time last AVednesday Wk upon a hnltn corpun granted by Judge firier. The defendants, John Jenkins and James Vmsson, had lieon arrested upon a warrant regu larly issued by a AA'ilkoshnrre magistrate, nnd barked or endorsed t.jr Ahlcrm.vn Snider of tl city. Dolor the parties cniihl hv lakni Wforc llie miiiMalMlA llt : i-.l I.. .1 ...... , rr,-,irn t y llie Imlrr.ru forniK made roturnabln the next inortiiinr. The Wilkeyliarre officer niado tho usual and proper Ivtnrn, and produced tho warrant under which he held bin prisoner. Judge drier, in i'poilioii to what la conceived to be the regular practice, deter mined to go behind the warrant ami examine the tlmrga of riot and attempt to murder, in his own court, and without tho intervention of a jury. The counsel representing tho High Constable of Wilkcsharrc, were accordingly directed ...

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. — 29 October 1853

our opposor neither daro attack or citadel, nor j defend Ufir w., tat arc eternally defending pns.-j tinni Hint ttiojr do lint occupy, nnl tiring over our ehoulders at nobody's position, constitute, I tliink, j pretty sure evidence of progress. Tl.o fnmc of our) ! , ,.. . , , ,. .: IimAilnlilv nn MiMMinmnl nml tin nlntreli ntifl. Infidelity, no government and no churchism, anti niarriageisin, Ac., Ac, precedes us as usual, and succeeds to some extent, in frightening tlio people away from us. Tho sins rhnrynl upon us, go before us to judgment, oven in this world. If I'niversa lists can draw an argument from this fact in favor of their diilinrtire Vhntlmjy, why, let them have the benefit of it. The priests aro as usual, about their old father's business, vix, telling lies about the reformors, for Christ's sake, and for the glory of God, and especially, for the honor of the Church. As a specimen of this class, I will name one 7iVr. Mr. Vhamlierlain, (I'resbyterinn or Congregation" alis...

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. — 29 October 1853

Miscellaneous. MEHEMET ALL BY LUCIAN BURLEIGH. nii remarkable nviv ......a v.nn yn in j.ouiiiciin, mo ancient Macedonia. Tun timo nf! lu birth is not certainly known, tut in nbei; c oi "'curate clironulugical reckonings, the ninUtiotis .lelicmet Ali was easily t'.attoied into the 1 die. that he win born in tin' same vc,i? Hint gave l.ii tli t: it... II..I-.. ..I- It- m: . i n ,. " "" " einugtoti oim .vitii'ic hi viioim - pane, IIIO lasf Ot W mill I n re e.nl I .! in lovrnl j'trth-iihiri; ha in, therefore, generally nppocd to have hecn horn some time in ilic vi ir ITiV.'. lie commenced hi astonishing career in the humble station of a toll Kvoni.t, in Ir native town: tut linding the occupation iinmiitr I to his taste. I.c Volunteered into the nrniv. which he 1,011.. I t....... vongeuiai. 111 n ii 11:1 new career ne was eminently I oon nlilnitied hic.li f.ivorj with the sueeenlul, nml soon obtained hiuh G p ernor, to whom his skill nnd bravery l.,i.l 1.1. rmiu I e.n:icnt aid 111 uiclli...

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. — 5 November 1853

t , . , i. .. ; i . ... ! if - f .'V .t' 1 l ' .4 . I tf .- . g eV , - I ! . 'it ftiYRIt7S It. ROBtXSON, Kdito. .vo uxwx mm mvF.noLDr.ns." ANN rEAIiSOU, rtiblUhlnt AM. j-nh,,iii !,' VOL. 0. XO. 12. SALEM, COLUMWAXA COUNTY, OlIK), SATURDAY, XOVKMUKK 5, 1853. WHOLE XO. 422. ;, tfll IHTI-SIA TKRI Bl'OLE, ' ' "' PW'",B,f",""V,TSAI.tl,nilIO. ' Vanwi l,o fr Mti.m, r7r,l.l in kl..nrf. 1 tl -2 " "' lho, who f ant .nts WrlWf h.l tv ar UII-iW la Do lnifr(1 1 u ,llw,,.,.,n .' J.'. "If'' '"'. iUi th.bov. thm tiler nllMMwraalinrtto " U"lr ,na'"'"'- to '' I" -lr.iil.ltoo.in.iw VT iUior. All otii.r. to Ass l-iiV.,, ltib " Inti-iitW Infrrll.. tn t mUMm.! t J. Ill WON, ranma. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VINDICATION OF HE LAW. in llKH.irouu urt ol the Lnite l Slate., fr II.a l.ti ti;Bi:.. ..r l.......-1 :.. . W . . . " - . . . '. w. . . ., iiiiiiiii, Killing; nlj - -..-s.. -.- i-iuriiy nisi iieiiv- red th fulluWMij opinion in th ease of lloputy, . Maiwhai Jaakiix and Croiiar, ehai-L-ed with un , uuiiut and 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. — 5 November 1853

From the Pittsburgh Dispatch. AFRICAN IMPROVEMENT AND SLAVERY. the tnlted Statu only dec tie Mean race how advancements n,ur , im-lt-Munl and phr.i- K,,K tti,eay lumihnl schol- ' simesiueu, and a capacity to round and upheld a new empue, All this has resulted .flUli J .VlMI -. U A ... ManyWhwte not oven under the flagofKng-' men and women boast of b.inn par oUBni.ihfi8tidof rhcufticnn ta.cl" -v?,C",,py ,,iel": fnm the Cincinnati Times ,r only to express wonder that i' -pr gen .rally . iiilulligr-nt should speak no carelessly mid erringly. The history of St. Domingo furnishes ample rrfnlatioa of the nbote. Her Tt issaint, mid ..',,,!,1'ro"" 0hcr, i" 'heir triumphant nihiciuicnt 'ofimlcpf'iidcnio, over tl.o whole pow er of France, TfTM their talent and nmirrtw. Even (iilm. hat .1.A liu ...llw ('....'! I ' .- . I . f . I L I j-.- w.ji,, imi uifjicu un csiiinpic oi ine inpncsi ,oratic,oi )iiicue 'l, ut a patriot poet; ol tho Alriiui, iwniiinc iiw puaiii, curnposeii out a snori (inn prev...

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