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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 14 January 1854

ASA DAVIS. The, follow J n (5 note frnin a h icml in Tliirlhiptoti, lowu, communicates the sad intelligence df the death of At i.iria, of tlinl city. Uim.ISi.ToN, town, Iiiis. .'id. If1. . M. 1. Hoiiinson lhr Sir: Our friend Am 1. . ...' .1 . n it ..... j'wis, inn irionn oi nil inr, especially tho np pressed nud poor, is dead. Ifo died last n! cht': " i nfter wtii'ti fiiiin nnd suffering. Your truly, I'.nuix .7iMr. Mr. Davis was or.p nf the few w ho daily niailc tho cnuse of thp poor hi own, nml who felt nml ,,p,1 ns though n ,,,, o wns and nil thn, fccj jmssessrd .should be used for tho benefit of liiimna-jroininon ity. A ctively conscientious, bo caiuo out frnm the church when it became false to truth nml justice; for tho iiUo reason, he refused hi- support to the govern.' ., .. ii in., ;i ..nil- ii- -i i i ' mont nd boldly identified hin.sclf with tho right,, however unpopular nud nt w hatever cost. I'mm- tpii(atinulv lip ponoerntpd hin property a well nn. his inmipiu-e to the nn...

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. — 14 January 1854

Miscellaneous. From Dickens' Household Words. AMONG THE SHALLOWS. We trust there may I n found nr Ftar-ebnmber matter in it, but' we have it belief that iu6ti'-c'n"V Sometimes runs aground unions; tlio Shillings. In pite of their lineage, descended ns they nil are' Irom Robert Shallow, csu'iire, in the county u( Uloster, justiec of peace und eornm nv, nnd cost 'Morum-y, and ratnlnruin. und ircnllcuiau born, hn wrote himself nrini'oro. hn;i transportation was A ready punishment for nil ofl'eivieie, thero wns cdd-hiiudcd justice administered at quarter sessions, ami in other high judicial places. There used to in a power given 4y the law to transport nov one for larceny w ho v..ii . .... i j . m n.i had been onco convicted ot a felony, The power ene that required much tact and delicacy In k I.-...H'..... .....i .i.t.. .i ... ii ,utii,,iii, nun iii.jiuiug nnu p'ijimits laci nnu elclioncy in the Immllmg, it was nnturnl to entrust to tho keeping id' tho Shallow family, just as it might b...

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. — 21 January 1854

1UAKIL3 II. ItOni.SO, Editor. So VSIO.V WITH St.AVEllOt.DERS:' ANN PEARSON, rnblinlilnff A tent. VOL. 9. NO. 23. SALKM, COLUMMANA COUNTY, OHIO, SAT U 11 DAY, JANUA11Y 21, 1851. AVHOLK NO. 433. THE 1RTML1VERI BUGLE, rl'nUSIIKD EVERY SATt anAV.ATMI.EJI.OHIO. TKnM. jm nnum, psjshte In Silrsn. i " w m-lonlljr ..nil niimlmr. lo thcns who r not nuh UTIbrn, l.nt who ,rr Ms-,! tn hr. Inli.rr.cl In tli.ll..niliill..i. nf .nlll.,rt IruUi'wIlh th. hois- that th.-T .III pIIIht .ul.rll vITJ" "r lMr tatMBn to iUm.l III circulation amoni J-f"mmni,l.iillonii Intrnd. fir Inwrtkin. to bs xMrraHvl In ...."' ? ""'. Editor. All oilier, lo Ass I'm,.'., lub Uililug Ag.nl. 1 TERMS OF ADVERTISING. VkMtqnu (M line thm wVi. Kiu-h .I.UH..r.i liiMrtlon, " W m..lh, i , ' (hi. jr..r, Tws ciu.rci. ti month.. . . . " One Tr T Fourth column on, rear, with nrlrllnr. nf ph.n.1,.. $l.nn 4.0O 0, (10 ft.lMl 1, M . ainntliljr. 2 On 1tnt pnlnian, rhnnlnr monlhly, aMK) , -lVrJ. not nrnxHng .Iglit linen will to Inntrtcsl ono...

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. — 21 January 1854

GERRIT SMITH'S SECOND SPEECH. During tlio discussion pf tho resolutions in com mendation of the conduct of Opt. Ingrnlmm, at Mnyrna, in the house of Representatives yes proseutetives vestonlav. Gcrhl .Smith, of New York, row and Aur. L'ra. Perhaps, Mr. Speaker, I should not have pro tno lion aid ( . mimed to rise, had I been duly influenced by what; the gentleman from Alabama has just now told us ! in ins uiaractoristica ol a statesman, ror, in that I gentleman s esteem, the heart does not enter into the composition of a statenmn. With him, the is a creature all head, and no heart. I W ltli mo, on tho contrary, the heart is of morel account than the head mid tlmt, too, in all the; possiiue circunistancu ot lite, including even the province of statesman-hip. A higher authority than the gentleman from Alubunn miikes more ol tno heart than id the head. His command. a woll upon the statesman as upon every other per-: eon, is, My son, givo mo thine heart." The i first, and the head after...

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. — 21 January 1854

A NEW SCHEME. . , The slaveholders nro determined at nil hnxards, to be rid of tho fire negroes, nnd thcirgcniustnxos itself very severely to do It nt the expense of the1 h.t..l nnd ll.n l,a,,!.l.,1 n, .1 !..,.. .. ! expense ; P.. I. , of somebody else than thcmselies. The Coloniza- tlon Society wns ft crafty nnd well laid device, to eaddlo the expense of their banishment upon tie gulls of the North, first, through their benevolence ns n emancipation nnd n missionary scheme, nnd second by an appeal to their prejudices, ns n moans of getting rid of tho "nirjrr." Sundry other means havo been also adopted, such ns selling n part of the number to pny for the transportation of the rest, ami other liko christian schemes. Hut unfortunately for southern genius, ns yet they hnvc nil proved quito inadequate to the task assigned them and the "dangerous element" tho hated, despised olnss n prey everywhere to jecrs.slander, Inwloss persecution, law ful ki.lnnii.ine. christian .... ... ..... i ba...

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. — 21 January 1854

Miscellaneous. BIOGRAPHY A DROP OF A DROP OF WATER PERSONIFIED. BY C. DEVOL, H, D. I nm older than Methuselah. I was before A bra- linm or Ailain. My Maker joined certain ttronnr- tion of oxygen nnd hydrogen, nnd I was. I had tho honor to bo associated with others like myself, making tlio mighty deep upon which tho Ktcrnnl Spirit moved. 1 have been pure nnd dclilcd, unit nnd fresh, it great inniiv times. 1 hnve not nlwavs had my own way. My tendency is ninny to no downward, Hut whenever I got into certain tem peratures, I nm so rarihod that I nscend to the clouds, nnd then I nm driven by tho winds. I have i-i i j it p it. , nfyi?iiiru nnu. IICSCCUUOU. in nil IM1US. I BIO sometimes liquid, then caseous, nnd then iiolid. I have a strong nihility tor caloric s nnd when this leaves me, 1 nm instantly crystaliaod. I transmit the light ns well ns glass. I glitter in the dinmond nnu minnow, l ueauttly tlio dowy lawn nt open ing day. I convey tho frairrnnco of flowers. 1 give tnsto nnd soun...

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. — 28 January 1854

MA It I US n. ItOBISSOIV, Editor. ANN FEAtiiOiV, PablUblttf Ae jvo vmox trim &i.atmoldf.rs: VOL. 9. NO. 24. SALEM, COLUMBIAN A COUNTY, OHIO, SATUKDAY, JANUARY 28, 1854. WHOLE- NO; 434- TJI E AilTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, rUBLISIIED Vnr SATURDAY, AT SALEM, OlIIO. TBnM.-l,to pet snnsm, psvsbls In tdrsnrt. W oaeftoloimllr ww number to thrvM who srn not s.iti ,Srlh-rS. SSI Who St PoMriSl tt, bp lrttprld In th. IUitiintinti of .ntl.UT.irj Inilb.lth On hope thl llify olllillhrr lubmllt IhtiDwlTM. or UN thoir h.au.nca to ntcnil lit clreulsllon tmavf tbtlr frtaniM. 7Com.nunlrtiont lnUniltd for InMrtlon, to b Atl.lrtR.tO. to MHC1 R. Ilousius, Mitor. All otlitrt to Ass Piamvs, fiib mhlni Afftnt. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. l (IS IIom 1 thrao iNki, . " Krh .Mliloml Inrartion, 4,'K) His month,, - vne ynar, fo squint t month!, . . . . . t " M Ontrtsr, ..... . On, fourth rolumn on, rttr. with nrlTllan of chimin V onthljr, . . . . . . . 11 00 lulf onlumn, rhthcintmonthlr, ..... ai.oo I -i'rd not r5Uln tight ...

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. — 28 January 1854

AGITATION. Olserrrr savs of the S. Presbyterian church: luro or wnmbring star' nro .V mhlio, in respect i l clearly foreshadowed.-' Tho PhUu'elpJiia Chriiliun slavery question in the N We never predict tlio future but tho course ul utir future to this question, i, very ok' i nc.i.7if(i(i'iii mum rr,i,.: in our Aoml.lu-(t. I he rhurehoa jn this city, iu Ne-v York, Brooklyn, in j in ConlialNV.v Y.ir's, mi l many lit tho Wott, demand rest from tho njititior." Their I . . , vut. urj " li the airilation injurious to nil ooiicorno.l. mid with-' nut any recognition of tho uolj or opinions of past Assemblies, tliov say in tho worda of the Svnod "f j New York nnd Sow" ,(.r,y, that tho agitation in I our General A"ic;nh;u,' by any p.,r ion of 'f"j eliiiroh, of our rol iiion,' to Sfaverv in the: country, 4i und. a rable ,i!. i inexpedient. " Coinmittirg this. milocet, therefore, to the government of liter-, mil Providence, we commend to our oliunlioi to ofi'nr uiiie.wiuit prnyor tor our run n ...

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. — 28 January 1854

Communications. For the Bugle. DISCIPLE ANTI-SLAVERY CONVENTION. - I 1 Thin oflvaVitjrJn, held purmant to Cnll nre- viousljr publiHliod, cunvenod in I'levelund, 011 t!m ITJ'Ti 0,,t,,,M,"1 ita 1 Tli followiug pcmoiin ware ni.iH.iiilod officers ofi Itio Uonvontunii President, W. B. Hunt, of liar, rirfin Co. ; VuD Pre-idrnt, Lc.renio Bull ; Socro turicfl, If. M. Addison) CIcvcLind, J. A. Swim, of Trumbull Co. Tbo ottondiin'vs iu not liircc. Lut tlir.so wlio' woro present evinced imicl, enrnestness nnd deter ! . . r .,. . ... ' A , Ul,lr nuimtioii ot puipose in opposit.on to slavery nnd tlio r ugitne filnve Law; nnd nl) mi condeinnntion or the position r.r Alcxtindur Cmnpboll cn the'e' ubjoct. " ' ' ti. r ii . I no iMMUYiing nro mo nos.iiutions nUoiitod re a - . , . . . . i i. ...i ..." i . .. . li ' '' ti , .'l ? ,l;1i:,ovi'lc''t proposition that . . , v " t'lililliry ill inu 1'ivine teachings of our lilrssxil l!,..l.,..,,' uch we should uso nil Kcrinture means to " lirmk the oppressor...

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. — 28 January 1854

Miscellaneous. THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION. The first intelltfrpnco from the Arctic Expedition under the direction of lr. Knii, is published In (lie Tribune. The communication n written in July last. The Commanrirr reports nil tiling pro grousing finely. The following letter is from a Member of tlio Expedition I " Cl'rnNAViK, Greenland, ) Saturday, July S3, ltCni. J "I shall never forgot my "obligations to yon fur letting me g.. t cnn only My' that if ever I gel back and lio to pet married and bare n son, I will enrl bini on nn Arctic exped'uion like this, if I can ono. . It uiukps a man of olio to see what dan gers men eon meet nnd ward off, nnd nt lut b urn to look with contempt upon. Sin-li inspirim; sights tool Ibe sun shining ibiy and nijiht on these lin ked precipices, nml tbo" (treat whale?, nml the grcntor icebergs I I with I could think you would not laugh nt nie if I should ntteinpt a fine flight of description of the icel.org. Thev are hut vou wouht cull the vretailinij archite...

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. — 4 February 1854

QLht i V ; r --i ,i .1 ItlAItll'S It. Itoni.VSO, Editor. AO t'.VO.V 11777 SL.irUIOt.DV.HX." AN rtAUSOX, PiibllKblMC A cu VOL. 9. NO. 25. SALEM, COLUMMANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, FKBIUJAltY 4, 1854. AVIIOLK Nd. 13l Tfll ANTI'SLATBRY BIBLE, ' riSLIsntD EVERT SATURDAY, ATIAHH, OHIO. TERMS t,M prr simnm, p.j.bl. la tlnntt. - Wi ocr.tlAn.llr .fi'l?nnmhr to tho- who .r. not .nit se-rthsrt, hut who .m bHItYd In b-IntereM-d In th-.fllft-tnlnattnn f .ntl-.l.vtry truth ,wlth the Imp-Ihnt In ttllliltlHT aiil)-rltM th.mlrr., or me Uivlr Influ.Dr. to .itcnd Us clrcul.tlou .uiook their Mendi. Com man ration. Intaniol for Insertion, to bo s.l,lri.M to Miaul R. Hjius,, Elllor. All olliers to Ass ruuil, Pub liililag Agent. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 On nftr (1 tines thr weetrfl, $1,00 . " - korh addition! lu.nkn, ... no " M Sis moullu, .... 4.UO , On yvmr, a.nn Two oquoro. .It months, ..... l.ou ( " " On. yesr, . ..... . ,00 Om Fourth column on. year, with prtrlLso of changing monthly, ....... 13.00 Ha...

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. — 4 February 1854

ml whrf Uv law exists, labor must necessarily 4t I fc degraded We earnestly request the enlightened con , .p'rer print-d in (lie tlormnn him I conductors . .. .1 ..ilmalUIInt . "vniinii a va iTaiiai l.rnignnp,m(rt,-(t,iri.t,18 nUco,ion 0f their l render tnm important mutter. II Is r IminMito Consequent, also, to scrutinize fltnracter of thi project. We! uog jottv fc.low citizens, to observe tlttit 'it will sev-of r tlio EaM lrv.ro tho Wet of I lie United .States, by ! m wide mteltohling belt of country, extendinit Im.im tataaati 11..ir C . .......a'. I ....i tnv ..iii oi nicxicntn llritisl. .North It M ft In. Id i America, Scheme nTlliriatt Amaii.ia.ni! l.il.fiilv wormy 01 na aoromphshod architect of ruin. Texas t already nlavchnhling, nud occupies tlio tiulf Region from tho Snbino to the Rio Grnud, nud from k" '."'i ot M(,ino ln lU" Kf'l H'ver. North of Ihe Rod Kivor, nud extending between Texas nnd Arkansas, to tho parallel of oil dog. 30 ntin., to the KtUtylnrT line between our 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. — 4 February 1854

REMONSTRANCES—PETITIONS. Retnonstrnnecs against the repeal of tlic JiMour) Compromise aro in circulation in this place and also to sustain Dr. Townscnd's movement for the nmond mrit of the Constitution, tons toplmcnll citizens upon an Equality In regard tothoclcctito fmucli'uo, without rctpoct to sex or race. They may ie found at tlio Notion Storo of J. L. IJuck, and also at th storo of Jacob Itoaton. CALL AND SIGN. Don't wait to b askotl. no want Volunteers In this wnr. " ' Rinnrs or AurmcAM CiTizt.M Abroad and at Horn. A lnrge meeting was held In New York last week, upon tho subject of securing to Protest- tat Americnn citir.ens, In cntholi countries, tho rights of worship and sepulture. It seems that in I places they aro roquired to conform to tho of tho Catholio church, while living, or go without thoir forms of worship, and wheu ( dead, have small prospect of any other burial than I that of a dog, Very well. We hope this will bo attended to by ur people and govoriiinent. And pe...

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. — 4 February 1854

Miscellaneous. From the Forest City Democrat. EXPULSION OF A FREEBORN CITIZEN FROM THE STATE SENATE-HIGH HANDED OUTRAGE. The most dastardly net of which the Oliio Legis lature hits been guilty fur many yearn vim the expuhiou of Wui. II. lny, as reporter fur his pa per, from the Srnnte Chamber. The outrage was during and high-handed, and will damn to infamy the seventeen Senator who perpetrated it. Tarty appliances nitty make a free State how low before the slave power, Imt this cowardly prostration in the dirt will call forth the execration of the frceborn. and even the senrn of the kmllings of the aouth. The individual upon whom tho flagrant outrage was committed is a free white male person, accord ing to the divisions of tho highest tribunal known in the State, of more than three-fourths European ancestry, whilo the law requires but half, entitled therefore, in the fullest decree, to all the nolitical rights and privileges conferred by the constitution and laws on natives of tho 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. — 11 February 1854

ft I 1 i P. 1" II LJ MA If It S II HOBIXSOA, Editor. ao vyioy mm si.Aruior.ni:ns." VOL. O.NO. 20. SALEM, COLUMMANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1851. WHOLE KO. 430. T U E ASTI-8LAFERY D U 0 L , rnLIIIEDEVr.HYS.TlBn.Y,TSA!.EM,oniO. TEIIMH. $.M per innum, pnyiibla In t-tvanrt. if.W'c vccnainnftllr .sail muni.. In tW. n-ho srs nM mill .ciihrri, hnl who sir hclt.l In Ii lODg l ,,ui2i'tho lntrri.tol In llir ili-.rin(nnti'm at ftntt-.i.vorj inttiiwith ttii.tinvpiitn tii.r win.KhpriuWriiic k.i. Commnpl.-llnl lntrr,lt.l fir Invrtlon. to bp niWrrM M.sic, H. Kwissos, tailor. All olli-ri u As punm!, I'ub-itihln.- Agont. , TKKMS OK ADVEUTISIXO. DntSqusr. (In llns. ) Ihro wks. Ksrh tllltiun.l Inimlun, " I'll month, .... , . On. year, " T. squires -Is months, . " ' On. v.iir. . . . OM fourth column out yf, with prl'll- of rlisnjlng montlilT. ....... Half fultimn, rlmnnlnd mrtnllily. 11.00, tw'l ,i,ij i-C'rilii nnl i-irroHllKK tight lln.l lit lnsert-il on. four, for 13,00 sin rnouUis. j. 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. — 11 February 1854

NO NEW THING. , , T mrt the rpnnsylrtiiini Ireomnnt Yhoiigh the hollow pretense now rinploycd h ' thews political jnrrglci .. nn;le slni cry into , Nlraka, it it recent invention, I'.rre nro indica tions l a ninfh old. r pi .t lor t.io same oojo !. It I tinted, that thn.iigh ll.i -nid or nirnviicc if ucll mi.! in IKtiil., .in, I .Vtolii ., ',.r voir pi I, every positle diaciliiigciMuut hs Ix-ii thrown in I iPW.it ot .Veil, cm ci;;-.ij to II. a! territory wlnlo iilir,iiii imv , ... .i ' ,i " ... ...... ...... ...... ..iiiir,ii,-. huvj l.i on rn.vur.igcl t. seine .tb tl.cii-s'hve. T mih!; tins distinction il, nn eld I mted tt-.io l.iv, which h is con Mri.'llv ciiinicoJ in ni.y othor t.'ri-'.t.irv. tl.e.-o (vM'i rrl'cetiial, ncrnr licun lias boon cxliu.ii... nnd put in l,,;v there, l.y that I iw Ino ludum n ui: ii 1.1 uii) cmpowere I to Ii- .......... I..... . . I . . , , . , cense tr.ifert to -of li mnl tu !, Willi llu l,ul;ii,. mill expoll nil p?rs ns n..t so iicoii.0,1. l lUf.,, su....

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. — 11 February 1854

to bo rt slave territory until its lo-nl legislature should pnbibt shiver) by a law to wlitch Congress should, lv n formal iti, a-scnt." ? ? , This Is n point of great importance, nnd should Hot be overlooked among t li f other grave objections to this .flagit ious project. I'-)' the In r nf lire land In Lnitisiui, nl the lime wo received that pioiii.. c from France, shiiory win a rc-ngnied institution within tin borders. T!e Misn nri Compromise proli'i'iito J slavery in nil thet prut of Ixuiisiuiia which lay beyond .'to' 6j' nur'li latitude, tlil north rn boundary of A; kan. a. If we rr eal the pro hibitory chiuso in the .M.svemi "! j J anise, do wo lut restore u.e M h nte ! WrrvW U y-ofifiM nn ftot,loclavin thtit vl ui.o iu n ..five, d we not . . . . . le.ivo tiio law ol' i lavcry un Its orizimil lorcc r Holy up'in it, this ground v. ill bo tal;on (lie nv ment that Omilas's I. ill passes. l!eiter thnt bill lltuong the n-l of C.tii-ess, nnd ym will ihen he shown the trai whi.-li li...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 11 February 1854

QEIje..2Vnl!-Slocru Bugle. ' Mnlcnt, Ohio, rcbriinry II, ISJI. DEMANDS OF THE AGE. We received tho following lecture for publication, from Vnlcntine Nicholson, of Harveyslmrgh, In tliia state. Wo omit a pnrt of it, which In occupied in discussing tlifl cl.iiinii of bihlo inspiration. Not that we ohjeet to the discussion, or to the present ation of any view of it, hut thut our paper in not the proper cue for the discussion. The spirit which indited this, certainly drives a wore vigorous pen than nny one whoso communi cation it has been our fortune to attempt to peruse. Wo say attempted, f,,r (hey h.no almost always Won so unintelligible or common place, that we have not had pnlionco to get through with them. This lecture certainly speaks out soino important truths, boldly, strongly and eloquently, and truths art worthy of the most serious attention, from whatever source they come, Mr. Nicholson accompanies tho Lecture with a note, from which we extract tho following: "Dear FatitMn Mi...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 18 February 1854

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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. — 18 February 1854

ecdyet deny Hint the Mason proviso, whioh renf-'that Brine and reestablishes, ns part of a new compact,! rory provision .f tlmt third article preserves ttint ! principle. If the priiicinle urn tirricrvnl l.v iiiikJ it must be by tho other. I 1 have now, I think, demonstrated that the .Sen ator from Illinois wns dearly wroiut in rosticct to the incorporation of all the territory cut oil from Tolas into New Mexico: and iust aa dearly roiig in relation to tho renfhrmnnco of tho priii-i s-iprc ui me .Missouri compromise by ono of those sery comnromifO acta which, as ho would have us say superseded it. Certainly the .Senate, when it adopted the Mason proviso, withuit n division, and the House, when it agreed to tho bill of which 11 was a parr, must havo intciuleil to keep alive and affirm every provision of the third articlo ti tho annexation resolution. Ono of these prnvrs- prohibited shivery north nf 30 30'. That provision preserved tho principlo of tho Missouri! compromise, i ue provi...

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