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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 5 November 1853

CERTIFICATE OF FREEEOM. fc ., AMtxAtii. Woons, the man designated In the following iugiiliur document, as tlio "negro man Klli k,", w,at at our last euuiversary. A friend ' 'pVMhtfit request In his behalf, fur it contribution V enable Mrtt to bring Ms wife and family to ft fre state." Mr. Foster who was present, and who . In common with many ollior anti-slavery friends, ' a4.;;fxeUontly been imposed upon by similar ruM Mated hi conviction that Mr. Woods was an impostor. Tho following document will vindi- eate Mr. Woods from all suspicion of Imposition. Vl Jmbliekf it Kith pleasure on this account. Tuesday, August 2nd, 1803. ' I tlit mktter of lh, application of EL wk jmintaomr he) f ) Coi Be it remeinhcred that a i County Court, begun and i.i.i ... ti.A ,.r ti,.. and State or Tennessee, on the first Monday of Y Anifnst, (it being the first day of said month,) in the Twit of our Lord one thousand eight hundred nd afty-tbrtfo, present and holding suid court, tho worshipful Isano Snwye...

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. — 5 November 1853

Miscellaneous. THE MENAI BRIDGE IN WALES. v, Mr. Prist writ. Ln tha Km T,.rL Ohanrvar the Yollowia interesting account bf thi gnat work: TlrVutlr Jl'i,TryrIUrT'ritl rc I'ftaHM'tk ftrvA'ett atrtlitnical wonder pf tUe n werld, tiid if nit admiration of it bad been great ? when rending tli many prtphio Uclcriptiuiis we " It? k.rd fcf it, njr wonder and pleasure wor . JpTeatly iucruweed Whan I cam tu r it. Tlx oar tjwept'UiriKigh th bridge fii'tean hundred Mid thir lu feet iu length, and w ltfkJ uu other sensatit u tba tbiUOf p-vMing through any othti- ri.eiud ridf. but a W raaubtd ttaugor, nud the ti :iti iimumJ; I IftftrV, u let it go om without inv, while lint HMnti t atddy thit eiupnl- its win k, 'l i t problem to bo lotted by the nrchiiect wa 1 1 1 1 - to build a bridtf 1,500 tot ovjr an aim uf the eee, .-.-a lierhia tho air m (e permit ih loftici.t niftst v rata endarit, aud without tiiara tu olntrtitit tin navifatroav. Tha point on tho trits selected Cur IhacuriVMto fortunately p...

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. — 12 November 1853

l I 1 . ,. ltf Altll'S It. KOItlXSON, rlir. .vo r.vo.v irmr st.Avr.uoLnr.ns:' A.H ri.AIISO, rnblKbing Aeon. TOL. IKNO. 13. SALKM, COLUMWAXA. COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVUM liKli '2, S:?. whou: no. It. . T It K 1 .1.T I S I A V E R Y , B I' 0 L E , ' 1l'Llsniin trKRT SATl RI1AV, .lTAI,r.,OHIO. , YBllMS, $I.IW ar Annum iivsM In a'trtint-s. ki Wy ofci-loli.tlT Mnl nnnthrf. to" Ihnffi' who nr not int.. 'arrtlwra. hilt who .ns lutlistwl lo bt InterrMcd in the illtftnlnRtt4n f fmtt-.lT.rr truthwklh tholiopf, tl.pt tlwjr lll'ltli'r .ulwrU tln.lTf., r qh thlr tnlliiciicy to T.lrn.1 It. rlri-ulntkn among llmr frSnx... .J-(JviiiniinVrslloti. IntiMi'lfri for Inr11''n, tn hs ..Mrfntr't to Ml.lvl H. Kii, Kdltor. All ollwri to Asa fliuw, Tub Jbklag Af.D.1. ' ' i. lll'htWN, l-atma. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. THE PRO-SLAVERY PRESS IN MICHIGAN. -1, . ' 1 t , - - . i'The nnll-hivery off. linn thoroughl , very brent) I no our render. Detroit press ' in other part, of the state Tho (Adrian) Hatch Toirrr, publi...

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. — 12 November 1853

From the Ohio Star. THE WOMAN'S RIGHTS CONVENTION IN CLEVELAND. The Convention was generally harmonious. A part of the discussion among 4 he gentlemen was rather boisttruu. The notorious J..o Darker ns is j usual thought it Itcaiut hi dignity to ilny tlio rowdf, and drng poinH Into discussion tottillv fur- rimi to in uucijih, nnu VI misrepresent irs t-ppo- ii-nl' liit i'rito Do.nucrat say, tin ciuo ol ... i.. . I I . . i . ' Hum iti's Right will rojoivo ljut lit tlo strength from uoh courts in his, und we advise tlioin to lip him nn.ioaditiuuiily nrt'l I.UiiiC.li.!e!v. Ohio Slur, 0,1. 12. You are probably awa-o that the indiihlu il nl lllded to in the paragraph just quoted it nut Joe; but Jnsrph Jl,i,l,u; nml however odious his senti ment may ho, I Ivol (iiiio sure that no sensible Mini will hold nny o litorof a public journal respon sible fur then, fur simply calling him 1 J his pio or name. Hut then tut played the rr.wdy. In what IIiIm rnrnict I yaur rei Ic-ra nro not iiit'.irn o ...

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. — 12 November 1853

Communications. WEYMOUTH MEETING. Da.va Friknd Roottsojt s I know much belter liow to tut an axe or scythe than a pen, and can pul lipthr log heap more accurately limn words or aenteacee ; yet niy heart iriinit uio to tuke a pass ing notice of recent event here, When we ascertained that you anil Mr. Garrison wore to he in Weymouth, we applied to tli Com mittee for tlio Congregational Meeting limine, and through the influcnco of Rev. Mr. Seymour, the pastor at Weymouth, it we' obtained; for which, a you know, we were tlinukfnl. We felt it fo he a cheering event. Since the meeting we have had mora tu gladden our hearts in the fact that Mr. Seymour lias proached a bold and manly sermon to his people, in wh'n h he mid, in reference to the Weymouth meeting, " I heard no infidel sentiments; ml if," laid he, " they are infidel, rot they linve epokon tho truth, and v0 us Christians were linnnd to hoar it." That caused my heart to respond, Amen. If all our ministers would take that ui-; 'tio...

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. — 12 November 1853

Miscellaneous. From Frederika Bremer's Home of the New World." INTERESTING PASSAGES. MISS BREMER AND JENNY LIND. ' Here I tucertftincd that Jenny Lind win still nt flavnnn, And would not yet leave f-r a rouplo il Mays' I Wrote, therefore, n few linos td her, nuii diMimtrhed them lr onr Timnc ptiantrvmen llnrlin In tlicexenini, nd nttorthnt I (.".knit liubt and i wnu WftH tr nl to iielne lionierol hit Hltor. im' Vent no nr:iiMi tnniT chumber to b.i to re.it. V.nt i .nreelV h 1 I re.wiio.l the ton of tlio -.air... when ' I lieara R voie IwlnVr mentiim my nnme. t lonke.l . .r ... fetMiinst t"iiinliiMl. nuil iliorn, ut ll.o lout i.f tlie araira sooJ a Ja,ly holding by the l.nlusira!o. niidjtlie rooaina; nptomewiln a It mil and li-nmiiiiii'oimt.'ii-ne. It was Jenny l.ind Jei.nj' I.ind here, nml with that benming, fich joyous oxpies .i.m 1 riuiui tenance which, w hen oiue een, can never be fi r i;.ttii! Then is the whole .Swclish spring in it. f was glad. All was forgotten in a moment whi...

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. — 19 November 1853

... i r MAItlX'S It. HOlllSSOX, Editor. A'0 r.vo.v irrr sLAVEiiot.orRn." axu peahsox, rubuuuc Arc. VOL. 0. NO. 11. SALEM, COLUMMANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1S53. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, rt'Rt.lSHEDBVF.nr SATl RtlAY, AT8AI.EM,OTfIO. TF-HMH. $l,ftO pft Annum. vblf In 1 Timet. 04T W ocra-lnnnlW wml ntitnW to tlme who (ire not nh tribrr. hut who trr- ttttltiwl t In tntnnto1 In t lt iUmmlnnlfn of ntltvrrjr truthwlth the iutlnl they will oltlur RiitxtTil IbfiuffvlwA, or um their luflucm-v to rxlcutt Its ciirulntlun monjr their frli'tHli. - -Cominnnl'-iiHnit Intended for lncrtion. In W ft(MreM tn Mmt II. HoBixfc.K, Kdltor. All thcra to Am I'eaiimon, Pub linking Agent, 3. IRPSON, rnirrm. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. SIXTEENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PENNSYLVANIA ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. The Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society convened in Its Sixteenth Annual Meeting, in Odd Fellow's Hall, in Norristnwu, Tenth mo., 21th, 1833. We intended to liavo given a more circumstan tial aocouut of this inter...

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. — 19 November 1853

From the Pennsylvania Freeman. AN UNPROVOKED OUTRAGE. The crowded state of our columns last week, pre vented our noticing a cntol outrage wmmitted bv order of (lie munugers of tin Franklin Institute Exhibition, tlOOB a KM of our estrpeiii.,,1 f. ' ml Hubert Purvis, anl tveovnsinj; ladies in hisconipHiiv. taring the Exhibition, f.olrt Purvis, with Miu JWuimd, of ts.lrin, and Mis Wood, of this city, visited the lull, purchased their tickets und wore admitted wiiaoot objectieu. Ty know that coloi-cd men were exhibitor in le Exhibition, and OiM in former years colored visitors hud been repeatedly admil'cd to the exhi lotions of the Institute: they 'knew. al.n, that no distinction of color was m ide'in it Imissions to the t rystal PftUec, or in any of tho county Agricultu rl fairs t tins Mute, nnd it never occurred to ., ,m. , ni'iim iiiioit i'j icsoii in visMio rsdbvti.ii of tho industry c f men of every svnnplcxion ; or, if they ha I any doubts or lenr, thrirf tht ihey would be liable ...

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. — 19 November 1853

IVMiiixTHt, inl Pnilv Tribune, of Detroit: Aliened American, of I'lovclnnd, Ohio; Dougln-s' Pnpr, Ilichostor N. Y -Liberator, Boston, and tlio nice ! of tho Fugitive, Windsor, C. W. I On motion, a Committee of three, consisting of , Lnmbort, Finsblonm and Bibb, were p-, pointed io tlrnfl a constitution mid laws, to govern the proposed Association, and to call ci meeting ' i. i. ! rcnn w nun rwrn ( On motion, adjourned nn. T). Baptist, f'li'n. . Wn.t.Mvt fi.liiBr.nT, Sce'y. The Detroit Tribune published ft part of these resolutions, suppressing those which "assailed the editor of tho Democrat" (the Freo Suilpaper) "and other professod friends of tho negro race, and de nouncing, with Indiscriminate severity, all Chris tian churches." Such isjits.languago. Those who road the resolutions above, w ill see that the state ment Is most palpably false. Hut this is Whig fairness when defending tho Democrat's misrepre sentation and injustice. AVo publish the whole Hrtlcle from the Tribune, tha...

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. — 19 November 1853

Miscellaneous. EXTREMES MEET. they tliil yesterday within a ("tone's throw of The Tiilmnt Office just by the railing of the Brick Church, east of tht Park. Two Into residents of the Celestial Empire, with shaved heads find long cues, dressed in their fio n lint Chinee w.uinn, were squatted upon Hie side walk, making earnest gesticulations to tlio passers by to induce them to purchao cignrs. "Buy a smoke. Buy a smoke." This was 'he flxtout of their ac .ompiishe 1 in the English lan guage. IVir uuf irtiiuale beings thrown by chance upon this over-crowded (.'ity jintai winter is net ting in, with no abili'y to import them'les, with no words to help tlicni on in their tmflic leile thohC threo little ones, "Liiy n smoke," how nre fhey t live ? Th 'irs is an exit erne en e, but it Is n hard case, and it is a pity tin y luue nono to diiocl nnd help thcin iu nil cdVrt of hnrojt industry to un;n inc. Idle the words "huy I tin ike" wore still echo ing tiirougii our lirniu, cnllui;; up a tram ...

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. — 26 November 1853

he ' rc - - ' aglM imnMiw in ii ii, .MMtMOm imr- TCTagJtjg:jBiaiirE,iljti.'ii niAitit's it. itoi.so., i:,uior. AO VXIOX WITH SLAmiOt.Dr.ltS." A!V rr..lliO, ln1!iliirtr Affcnt. TOL. 0. XO. 15. SALEM, COLUMMAXA COUNT V, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVJiMlJlilt 20, 1853. WHOLE XO. 123. I J J MWJ J-VJV THE A .1 T I S L A V li R V B f C L E , l'i rii,i5imn Kvr.xv mttiiimv, ATs.u.r.M.oiim. TKHVIS. $1 M wr ntueun, p'lj-nbto In n lrnl-T. Woois-ndonnllf fi-iv) mitnlxTn t- Itin wlxi n nut ptil frll-'M. tit' wli fin' Ix-tl.-v,'.! le l lnt,.r,-.i.. hi tli ."!-1"iiinfili' n ,uf Rull-.'lnvrry trutlt J lilt tli, li-,. Unit Ih.-v m ! .,lir i,il -i-it i Ihrin-rhcii, nf use llu-ir liillut'tu-v In vxli'iul l'. i-ir, ululi-,11 uinifttii lliilr Mcmln. dl'im!HH!i('n(nt!i liit,.,t,sl f.r l,i,rlln!i. to ! ml.trs-wst I,, lu,li R. Il"in,, bllinr. All Uhi-i to A.v.l I'hai.jj.v, luh IMihitf Ailt'iit. .1. IH'OS'IV, rmTin, ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. ANOTHER CHAPTER IN THE AFFAIR." Tim Judge lifts found another iintcriiicd nml un 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. — 26 November 1853

From the Albany Alton. WELL DONE. WELL DONE. Dead of Separation between the National Democrats and Freesoilers and Soft Condition. "This indenture, ina4 this 13th I:iy of Scptem- tar. 1K4( Rt a li.tiu tli.it tc-t the honesty ft men 1MJHMAMillir llflilt .'fti.v I nr... t I.a ........ . i. v ...... i . ............ .. ... r"1"' n " ii "I W'.-UUI li.II l'Cll..Cr.. V Ol l.iU I.ISl p.r aii'l tlin little cro-J ..I' ilci.il ni'int wliii, Iiku vanpire have mevfl mum tlm ctc.l.t of said ...nt-1 patty composing the uiniicDrnnruled linn i.f Uarn-j turners tulUlioil.i. short li.ts niuim. nml Xfit York tlieivcs, of the se.ooini pair witnessed that . tlie ui. jmnv tor il.e Br?t J'.nt, Iwr nil iu c"ni!v-' ratinn ot a jp.xl riifl.inc tu Iheni, duly l.avc' ilic.irdivl, mid l.y thoe pri;ont.i d j l-rver diinnl and iiit cliinii. il tliuir titlo mid int.'resH id', in. t' th it ecrlain s.n ill luinH ,.r in ncty 1 1 rei-nev imu heretofore ennutvte-i with M.i.i tiini, To Vv.t iiiim iiiilii n i-iiiiiiii'ij...

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. — 26 November 1853

Communications. NEW ENGLAND CORRESPONDENCE. A.HTI-SUAVHRV flTl I. Boston, I Nor. lOib, 1853. J tK Ak Marii i Several of my friend, in their generous solicitude about my journey homo, wished to communicate my arrival through tho Bugle. lly the date of thin, you see I nm at least so near the spot I seek, ns Boston. I left Cleveland at nine o'clock on Monday eve ning. Iu tbo first eleven hours, we made less than two hundred miles. In the next ten and three quarters, I rode from Buffalo to Albany, vrr three 'AtiHnYecf mile.'. Wo made the distance between Rochester and Syracuse, eighty mile, in a little less than two hours, nnd stopped four times on the' way. To-day, between Springfield a.id Boston, we one hundred milca in thrco hours. So you we are not very far apart after nil, if we reckon Vy Hfimlitr oj' hoiin. Instead of miles. I move that we tote ourselves " near nciihlmrn " ns ,ve do very properly, by measuring by hour, in-T;11 ... .. . . . tcad of uulcs. At nny rate, I hnvo " "miM...

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. — 26 November 1853

Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous. From the Pennsylvania Freeman. BIGAMY AND POLYGAMY SANCTIONED BY THE CHURCH. Tn R Tin t is notorious tlmt Huptb-t churches nml Associntionnat the South h ive repeatedly nml pub licly decided tli:t shtl en nc arntod liy sale or lo iniiviil, from their wives in- husbands, might in;n i v ii tin , v it li m t imy violation nf llio law of llio Church, Of of (.'Immunity: " such sopumrioii being ciplivii'.ont lo ilc ith i " nil. I tli.it every slue Im 'hand or wifii umv limn marry again as mien us tlio sepa ration in rint-il. Wo have before it' piool tint n tdmiUr morality prevails in tlio M.'ihod el Church, iimlor its sanctum, nod it is iiltni tLor r.l .nt .! that "annuo" lias established tlio same mural cnlc in oilier sUvohohling i liurche'. indeed, tiii.i pollution oi hi hi hardly ho mill to tlolilo n i linn Ii that had already oinliriu'ed tlio whole slave system, with nil 111 abominations. Some two or two uii'l a h ill' yens ago, a nl.ive holdet of Charles...

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 December 1853

MARIAS It. IiOBIMSOX, Editor. A'O VXlOIf WITH SLAVEHOLDERS;' AXX rEiltSO.V, mblKhinf Affcnt. VOL. 9. NO. 1G. SALEM, COLUMWANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATUliDAY, DKCJriiKIt 3, 1333. WHOLE NO. TOE IHI-UHEtt BUGLE, n-nusiiEo evert satlriiav, atsai eh.oiiio. ft UM A. i 1,10 wr anaum, nnrnril. In (wlrnnis). '. ms-.nnallr nil nrnnls-rs to tliiw who nrs not tub .firllicrf . Iut who nr. Wlli-tH In Iw lntirnt.Hi In Hi. llMinln.tlti t anu-darorr truth lib Ihc Is.n. Hint lhir wlllrllh.T .nUrr.U th.niH'lM, or an. Ibelr Inlluiinc to vstem! ill ctrrul.li.in anion. lhlr rrtaniui. , OVjwiintinlrattonti Intrmtal f.s- Insertion, to h. a.lilr.mil lo H. Hi...su, Junior. All ollirrr lo As Fiaum. I'ub H.blKf Asrnt. - - TERMS OF ADVKRTISIXO. OntrVinar. in tin. I llirn. rV.. k" ' r.m-h wlilttlonal tntorlkm, . Hi Month., . " .hi. your. Two riarr. -I month., . . , " On. roar, - On. Fourth mlunin on. year, with prlrll.s. of rbangln 111 4.ini I! P " C.'IO 8.U0 llalf mlmnn. ib.inrlnrniontliljr. n.'nniir aiijw - afi Aril ...

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 December 1853

Till ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. coxnlnos the Celtic trang of Jftmci Gordon Ben- Thj. .v renl r,,r ""roustics. KbSWf.r .T !' ' VT'iT I ,u,17, Jlln . i. i ? f " !Z. eJ pra,T ' -rll-',ul!,,.71 rinir . m?' t?1" n"kV "'.7 ilUn i .""''" 00, ; .lh.",'.n,t'' ''10 alhmoTe f eoU 7; '"". ,ls ""-" to trrem Uh littl,, Imnedimcnt It has trrewrMn ' height ilwa, "'ffSed In llonitoi by a ' Mas.co.ttS manufacturer of toadviwu. It will I crow in breadth as its tri:e internal' r.n Hk J J I -ill 1 " ih-W bassoon of Bennett has lost its tone, 1011a nolii'T is If there is anyl'air.g on cart'a t liicli we del"!, il ! that busy-body, thaukless patriotism hid. ill not leave well enough alon that uneasy prin-iplc, u.vji uiuni(M uig loiui 01 11:0 Amnric.11. l loon Willi a Moid violence, and trill n-t or be content u.,- il ttiA 1... 1 i... e proud nivlie ia the jvirtico of the world the love which Is often a hypocrisy disguised in honeyed words an eloquent insincority a cuiuu'.ig nias quorado fur tho fortune hunter, a...

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 December 1853

f.ioHi aa to " what ia tho mind of God on tlie death penalty." His address was altogether tlio moat brutal and bloody defense of capital punishment, which wo have ever listened to, or read of. He, of Course, bossed bis argument mainly upon the Bible, the command or precept given to Noah, " Who ao aheddeth mmi'a blood by man, shall his blood bo shed, c." Ho claimed that thia precept ia atill in full force, aa when it waa given, and commended the Jewish aystem of capital punishment aa being the tnoat perfect possible, and tho moat effectual for tho prevention of murder that lina ever existed 1 Tho inferenco of course ia, that thin " law of Ood" should be " ro-cnacted." Tho precept referred to required man's blood " at hand of every biaat, and at tho hand of man." Thus it clearly dot lares, and thus Jews understood and obeyed it, in tho system which he so highly commended. Hero is ' separate provision mado for manslaughter or in, in the accond degree. Deulh is tho penalty j for all ali...

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 December 1853

Miscellaneous. From the Boston Transcript A REMINISCENCE OF ROUEN. In the .Vimsc rfe Monuments Francait, at Paris, mT w a portrait oi singular tntorost. It is ol a Juung girl, apparently (wine twenty years of age, whose cuuiituitanco wo.tr a soil ami dicaniy bcnui v, L 1 . 1. I . l. . ... - . . . which long iiauius liio memory ol tlie IjcIk.-UIit. I'non Iht he.il is a Ullirtial can. will. l,. ill im nml In tier h.inil a shield nnd sword. It is Junn of Are, tho shepherd maid, win. so memory, tor years ns Milei by detraction and tlio prejudice) ot race, uow aruws brighter us tiino dovelopes lior character ami bdf virtue. Sevou'.y mill's from Paris, in-the city of lioucn, thai ancient capital of Normandy, within whose iills William uiu Conqueror plavcd in childhood, is another mouv.ry of tliu M.ii17.( Oi leans. Indeed, the, vvhulo iupcel of Uiu place, recalls tlio ago in which she lived. 1 remember well how strungeh lho sombre old city scouted to mo, C ulrnstcd will. Ilia brilliant gai...

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 December 1853

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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 December 1853

j..-r uirn iy nogi.ino; wo nro not only not to do " u n m, me g ra wc can. -WKivo now tiro one great problem of life i! linen;! he powers and influence we m, to i-'onimie how mil, I, good wc can accomplish, i inis o uMiit to lit our study, it ought to bo ( 11 ! nun in mi wo do ; so should ttto world bless tis and -wo mess me world, vteuavoho t,eronl ..r .ol liah 1 .wliject to 'eonudifih. Tho I niverso is n i-.xitr, nnd ho i, i Wni citmn w o the most into i , m,c r ca c",ur And Hot 10 who th-oruc tlTo t . , 1??' tho most accuracy. ' r ' aS""S From the Tribune. CONGRESSIONAL NOMENCLATURE. Tho fnllimiiiir .o.i. ,1 1 ., .J.Z. r I " IK',.0", 1,0 ",.'l".Ucal will' obviate many Vei-.V " . v ' ',1",S" it hm.l l,.ln 1,. ., j , I "' ' . 15 hod-w' ' ""-"ins; 'flm .;.r,i 1 1 , , , ., , U u .us.h. - 1 lK-U"rabIu f " f ,f "'" Imclv lv l r rir""."lcJ '". '" Congress " . ' i...i l ' mi: .-.i.iioii 1 iroui oiinociicu:; -J.. II ,(,.., . .,.. Hi,.,,, h,,,, til AUbani,!; J. Uerrit inilli ( Abulnioii lb...

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