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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 25 November 1854

m iimntr ill "V I gs"t T7IEVAXT1 LETTER FROM JOSEPHINE GRIFFING. t)nt reader will bo Interested In the following Itttor, wliicb liai been llndly Imndcll us for publi cation! . BATTLE GREEN,Nov 8, 1864. Uinjaiin Bows lhar Friend i You wlllscoby Mir last letter in tlio Bugle, tlint we, in company with A. T. Fosn, our efficient co worker, havo been travelling nnd Iccttirin in Northern Indiana, n portion of country peculiarly adapted to nnti-sla-vry labor, from tlio fact tliut tlie people aro gone rally intelligent, nnd not so much vnssnlisod by pro alatery churobes, oi that portion of our country wblcli oonsidors itsolf most cnliglitcned. ""Ahftola, the county seat of Steuben county, is n finely located, enterprising nnd wealthy village, of about fifteen hundred inhabitant, with good schoolj, thrifty farmers and mechanics, honest merchant and lawyers, with few exceptions, but no chnrch i The Methodists, Presbyterians nnd Disciples have small societies here, who meet in the court or sch...

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. — 25 November 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVE 11 Y BUGLE. Miscellaneous For the Bugle MARY LEE. "fwae a golden noon and the light of Juno Lay over the earth nrid sea, Whdii bound in chains to the Southern plains They hurried mo far from thee," O Mary! dour Mary, lost Mary Lee! 1 shnll moot no more on my native thorp, WHh my own loved Mary Lee. Through tho woary days 'noath the sun's bright . blaso, . Thine imago ilone I see, And itt night I am in my feverish dream, To rovo oiK-e more with thee, 0 Mary Ac. Cut mif llvia snail pass ns tho flowers nnd grass, When the north wind sweeps the U-.i, And I know nbove in thnt home of love, . Thore is joy for you and me. 0 Mary dear Mary lost Mary Leo, I shall meet once more on thnt blissful shore, Wiih my long lost Mary Leo. C. L. M. GEN ST. ARNAUD. The following biography from tho Daily Globe, show; the kiud of stuff, modern heroes are made of. Ancient one?, were cf little better material : The late Marshal Jean Jamies Lerov for the nameofSt. Arnaud was wholly assmned-was...

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. — 2 December 1854

MUM! " ft. IOJIIVjOV, LUlilor. " ,V0 f.VO.V WITH SLAVEtlOLDEliS." A IN N ITAKSO.V, I'lllilisliing Ak. VOL. 10. NO. 1(3. SALKM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, DKCKMlU-ll 2, 1S51. WHOLE NO. 478. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. REVELATIONS OF SLAVERY. Nlrs. Douglas, who was imprisoned nt Xurfolk for teaching colored children to read, in addressing lior "Sontliern sinters" makes tlio following rcla- lion of facts ruirarJiiiir the hoatlv Ii,.oi,ii,,.,.n.. cf Southern men : - " 0 "I now nnnronih n. snhinet v.t.illv mnnoeiml with tho interests of the South and the welfare of humanity. In doing so, I have no rancor or mill ion to serve, but hohlly speak my mind, and tell my southern sisters a truth which, however they may h.ivo loomed it hy sad experience, has prob ably never been presented them thus Wore. In thin truth is tube found tlio crand secret of the opposition to the instruction of the colored rice. It therefore becomo-importiint in connection with my present narrative. . In this truth als...

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. — 2 December 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Mo practice before they become skilful in the dis-' aes ol thin country. V0 vish thcni all Miccess, mllicliv tho uitcrclmnee of Ihouaht nnd the competition fur skill will render them alt nioto rlli-i icnt Bcsidci, (i shnll hnve lr. McGill here, the recent Governor of Cape Paluias, a graduate of the tiicdical dr artinent of Dartmouth, reported to be the most nble tdivsicinn in Liberia s Ijiit. n tho no-1 eiety would not pay him w hat he considered a fair compensation, he has given up practice lor the present, and associated himself with hi three brothers, known as tho firm of MHliil ttrothors, mrilHhht,trmt wealth v. responsible, Btlu tespectnble mercantile houses 'in Liberia. 1 hope that these four physicians will agree upon some sys- tem ot nd ministering less mcdicino to their pa - tier.t. 1 think, for this climate and its tfuimr diseases, it will be discovered in a few mov.:-i-i-, lb mil I'V uipiiiu-iuu 111 It 'I'W Vl IUIIV the milder and simpler svstems 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. — 2 December 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVHltY BUGLE CINCINNATI ANTI-SLAVERY BAZAR. From llie followinir Rrnort (if llio Anii-SInvory ' Baznr. It will bo seen that our Cincinnati Friends have been agiin successful, eminently so, consider-1 Ing tlio fact Hint tlia Bazar was hold nt llio lime when the financial pan'm ami einhnrrnshioht win nt its height. The appropriation fur n lecturer in a wise ono, nnil wo have no doubt will result in much good to the cause of truth and freedom, es pecially if they shall Bureecd, as we hope they may in securing the valuable services of Miss llollcy. It will he seen also, that the Ladies con tea) pi ate opening the Bniar for another day, previous to Christmas. May they be Again successful. Tiie Firm Cincinnati Anti-Slavery Bazar, closed nt Masonic Hall the last of October, nnd notwithstanding tho inclemency of tho weather and tho great embarrassment in the commercial community; after all expenses were paid, mx hun dred dollars wero ro.tli.e. I and appropriated in the following ...

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. — 2 December 1854

THE ANT1-S L A V IS It Y 1JUGLK. Miscellaneous From Barnum's Auto-Biography A CRAMMED CIRCUS COMPANY. i i In tho spring of I started through the nuntry with Turrer's Travelling (.'irons, being owner of one-fifth part of (ho establishment. Aaron Tin ner, the joint proprietor ol the circus, wn nn original genius ; a good judge of liiiuian nature, n man trom whom in In. i,ni;,;,,n ., i, '..i r... : J iiiiiii-'wii . i.i i il.-- i. ii i tin v, i n..i, i',,i .,inil,.i,i,,i..'l,il mil int. i matioii inic.ht; n iii- t-.i'.i. Suhf llv a large fortuno, bo e.iinineneed life without a shilling have 1 heard him say, " llverv man hcalih mid common sene is capable of inaltinf; ai fortuno, if bo only rvwirw to d so. As a prool ol it, look nt mo. ho am 1 1 1 don't know who II-, l'l-l llll.tltl V .. i... I..: i iiit'i I inn ii ii'i una i: uuu , ; : .. ..r ...!.:.... ...i - i:..i i . .i ' . i i .i . ?..u ....wn.uieprou.iioiiiiormuicwori.iiimi, i. -i - ,. .. .... ii. in I nionu nil in irifn tin' iinin ...

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. — 9 December 1854

Wat J7 IK it if- ii ItlAKIL'S II. UOBI.SON, Editor. tro twvo.v wtra slavzuoldkrs.' ANN I'EAHSOIV, PuMUlliftf AT,,U VOL. 10. NO. 17. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1304. WHOLE NO.. 479. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. POSITION AND DUTIES OF THE MERCHANT. AN ADDRESS BY HON. CHARLES SUMNER. Mr. President and Gentlemen of the Mercantile Library Association, , I hav been honored by ad ihx'itition to de liver tin address, introductory to one of tl annual course of lectures, which your Associai." n con- tributes bountifully to the pastime, instructio.: and elevntluti of oui' community. Vou know, sir, something of the rcluctunce with which, embar rassed by otlier cures, I undertook tliis service, yielding to a kindly unit persistent prossuro which only a nature sterner thun mino, could resist. And now I am herd to perform what I promised. I am to address the Mercantile Library Assouin tlon of Boston, numbering according to your lust report, 078 members, and possessing a library o...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 9 December 1854

T IL K A N T 1 - S L A V E It Y .11 UGL E . Hilcus fur l1i honor f fi ee gnxerntiiculs. 1 dm the more eiuccicly grieved lo reu the liuw Podornl Constitution stnii'ed by tlic insertion nf fvti most vxccptionnhl oIhuscs, the one in di-ec. opposition to a lonst humane article, ordained by llio Erst Arccriean Congress tn l.c t o'putunlly observed (re- lrmu in mo Mincrniico M the slave trmio mi , uu the other, in cniifil opposition to nn ex press command ol the Almighty, 1 ot todcliv T Up the eervnnt tbnt in escaped from Inn innstcr, &e. P.olli clauses, however (the Oth section of the 1st tirlido nnd tho Inttcr part of the 2d section of tbo ri nrVicit), are en clearly null nnd tnid by their iniquity that it would la even en'i to regud -tuvul A law." It dove not appear that Franklin vr Answered thin leltor. in llio short lirin of lifo which remains 1 to him. ltut injustice to hi r.roat tinmo, I desire tit express my conviction Lero of course without argument that this put riot philoso...

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. — 9 December 1854

T 1 1 E A N T I - S L A V K 1 1 Y 1 J U G L K . SCOU4--I. 1 r 1 1J- A MISSISSIPPIAN'S TESTIMONY. ' Mr. Editor: It may be thought, that tin ponplo Oro generally pretty well awsks lo tlio honors of the slavery of this land. And it 19 ny be fo. Put till, when wa cin rooord revolting faots directly from the lips of Southerners themselves, it may fut to silence A cortnin tditss, who nro all tho time declaring that nil the eases of Severe treatment of slaves reported nre merely abolition lien, and lionce hut td Lo reli'sii upon. I therofura forward ta you fur your consideration, the following horrible iiiaidcnts i.f tlio cruel treat ment of slaves, rclntud to 1110 by ft Mississippi n one who lifts had bis residence in tlmt Stnto Tor the last seventeen years. And it is worthy of remark, that hn prefaced these horrible relations, by say ing, that most of nil the reports wo Ret here at the Kurth, Willi regard tu the wo: kings of slavery and the treatment of fclitvc', ie., were nothing but b ...

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. — 9 December 1854

T II IS A N T I -SLA V E It Y J U G L E . Miscellaneous. ZOOLOGICAL ERRORS. In days of yore, when foological establishments Were tint, the wisdom of our ancestors, struggling not to prevent thein from believing strange things, and jetting them forth to tlio world in nil sim plicity, finding credence for the most wohdorful abortions in the eager minds of tho cravsrs niter knowledge. What would the youngest visitant i'f the Surrey or the Regent's Park say to he told that liis inflexible mi J fami.iar friend the elephant who kneels down that lie may mount to the pv vilinn on his bick, Has no joint f Ami yet Aria tuttie, Diod.irus. Strabo, Cassiodorus, mid many ther learned Thehans, with ancient honored linmos, believed this to hi tho case, nnd thus ex press their evhviotiou: ."Tlio elephant having no joint, id obliged to bleep standing; the burners, therefore cut the tree ii-iinst which the nniinal leans, ns bo:n once down ho cannot rise again. No sooner does thin nnimal hear a pig gru...

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. — 16 December 1854

.HUT " T-iuiii'ifcii'ir"itiia H H5mr if9!' i i RIAnll9 It. HOBINSON, Editor. so uxiotr mrn stAt'KuoLDcit.v m'i ARM FEAROfl, Publishing At . ii iM-irf VOL. 10. NO. 18. SALEM, COLUMMANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1854, WHOLE NO. 460, ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. SENATOR ATCHISON ON KANSAS. Senator Atchison, on leaving home for Washing ton, made a speech, the purpose of which may be gathered from an extend l What a legislator for freedom ii this ex-Presi- dentof the American Senate 1 The speech is in the true spirit of slavery, unprincipled and un scrupulous. It will tako advantage of law. or will disregard it, as Lest suits its purpose. If it he true that a voto against slavery in Kansas will dissolve this Union, which provides such tyrants and ruffians as Atchison to rule over us our interest, in the success of that vote will be greatly increased. Oen. Atchison said that his mission here to-day was, if possible, to awaken the people, of this county to the danger ahead, and to surest...

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. — 16 December 1854

T Jl 12 A N T I - S L A V E It Y U G L E . From the Liberator. TO PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. FRIENDLY REMONSTRANCE OF THE PEOPLE OF SCOTLAND, ON THE SUBJECT OF SLAVERY. Atunte.ixs, Ynu acknowledge the Brother hood of Nations. You avow the doctrine, that the nations of the earth ojtitit(itc one treat fnmilv, and that, as lucli, they are bound to each utliur by common lutorest ami common tie. And in avow ing this, you rant the right of any one moinliorol that brotherhood to lift up a ralm and truthful toslimony bofore any other member, on behalf of humanity, justice and freedom, when those arc assailed or outraged, ; We are at one with ynn in the maintenance of this principle; and it in because we look to yon as brethren hound to ua by the-not endeared asso eiationa that we now addreaa yoa. It is in no spirit of pride or fancied nuperioriiy tint we make ntir appeal, lint rather in a spirit of sclf-hutgiliatinn, calling to mind tint we also were onco partakers in this iniq...

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. — 16 December 1854

THE ANTI-SLA VIS It Y JJUGLI3. that they were slaves, and further, that he was prepared to say, that thero were as good Chris tian South as North, Mr. Foss asked: Do you intuit to any that the slaveholder are Christians? to which he replied, yes and professed a willing ness to be qualified upon that assertion, which he afterwards denied, and tried but failed to prove. A deep interest was manifest in tho audience, and tho discussion upon that point closed late, to be continued at some subsequent meeting. The Methodist minister nnnmmccd that lie should preach in that hotiso at the tiiunl hour for morning worship. In tho afternoon tho house was secured to Us. We of course availed ourselves of tho opportun ity of hearing his sormon from tho ter.t, "Stand yo in tho way, nnd enquire for tho old paths," ic. The sermon can bo so easily imagined that I need hot elaborate. In the afternoon wo reviewed him, and pointed he peoplo to the original land-marks, traced by Uod's own hand upon the con...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 16 December 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVE It Y BUGLE Miscellaneous. From Howitt's Journal. THE SEXTON'S HERO. BY COTTON RATHER MILLS, ESQ. The afternoon nn thed down his glorious rays W the churchyard, making ,ns by the old jew tree uud teem deeper and drrr b (he shadow er which wo teem deeper and inr b mntni. Tim everlatting hum of tnjMiad of summer insects Wade luxurious lullaby. I' For awhile w were silent, living in sight, and murmuring sound. Then Jeremy took up uur vonversation where suddenly feeling weariness, n ns accp preen shadowy resting-place, Te had censed tpeaking a quarter of an hour ; "How would you, tlion, dj3ia a heroT" I orked. There wat a long pnuhr. and I had almost for .cotton my question in watching a cloud-shadow floating over the far-away hills, when Jeremy tuado answer t .."Mj idea of a hero in one who acts up to the highest idea of duty he has been able to form no matter at what sacrifice. I think that by thin definition you may include all phases ef charac ter, even to the heroes o...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 23 December 1854

the III A It I ITS It. ItOWI.XSOtf, Editor. " AO CA70.V WITH SLAVr.tlOT.bV.ns: A.V l'i:AHiO., I'tiMUIiing Agent VOL. 10. NO. 19. SALEM, COLUMJHANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, DlXJKMliKR kA 1S51. WHOLE NO, 4S1. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. From the Evangelist. From the Evangelist. THE SLAVE-TRADE IN NEW YORK. It Imi orten Leon said that the slave-trade was still curried on from Now York, but as the charco uucii ui mfiuo nu goncrat character, it 1ms attracted little attention. We ore beginning to got light on the matter. Thoro is now lying in the tombs in this City a man who has been tried nd found guilty of being oni ; tu0 gi.iv0. trado. 'this is said to be tho "first convict ever t obtained under the law by which it was mndo in- .an n Tho lA.lliiinnv in tlin t'nii was nmnln And though ho protests against his condemnation, nn th irround that he is a foreiiruer. and not amen - nble to the laws of tho United States, ho docs not deny the fact of his Bhare in the business, lie .speaks of it freely, a...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 23 December 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE Pro-Slavery. POLITICAL RIGHTS OF COLORED PEOPLE. The following article fiom llio N. Y. Journal of, ...... , n AvI.tl.Wa IIia Ci.-Ia rplutivn t-l llio nro- .1 -ipp nf i nr Vmte linviTi-tiieiit iii i. .l- -i...:... r i.:-. ti.o. .r. i,..l, rrjrnra io inq i'icjuio -;. ... ..... ns may well . ,. I.e. lionstlllL'S I I 1.111- "VV lie. male" democracy, j We rrrrct to pciceivc thai efforts ire st'll made to ! Maintain tlint they tire, citizens mid lh.it Iholawsnf , ., . 1" 1 1 , . , 1 . iLa K.-uithArii St:iln wdiich et.iliiiln this ilosrriiitioti of person passed for the safety ef the ei.nniiiit.i-, ties arc violations of thu national c mpnet. 'l i e : rlauso that 'the citizens of cadi Slate shall lie en- j titled to all privileges and immuliiiica of citizen! in the several Slates,' is e' aimed to ho violated.! The right of slmc States to as laws of that character is foiinde 1 wholly in the duty of self-i preservation. It is the first right of communities,; and is oxe...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 23 December 1854

THE A N T I - S L A V E It Y BUGLE. SLAVE HUNTING IN INDIANA. It looms (hat two efforts have boon made to tn fliot the penaltios of tho fugitive Slave law upon Mr. Benjamin Watsrhmhr. a liumano citiion of Northern Indians. Tho first effort was an entire failure, and the lust we are happy to say seems not to hare turned out much hotter. Yfl copy (lie (.'level ind Leader's condensed account of the trial and its result The Journal of Indianapolis, and the Gazelle of Cincinnati, furnished tlio details uf a case tried in Indiana under tho sovrnth section of the Fugitive act of 1B50, week before lust. The facts are thus reported : Bs.vjAiiix AATKRiiof.F., August 1S53, arrived at the town of Orland, Indiana, with three colored persons. Cyrus Fiu.Mong was prosetit. Conver sation ensued hetweon the parties and the above named asked AVatkriiol'se "If ho was on tho Un der Ground Railroad." Wathriioisr was indic ted March, 1854, and this miserable man was tho chief witness against him j hut 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. — 23 December 1854

THE ANTI-SLA YEllY .'BUGLE Miscellaneous. THE BRITISH EL DORADO. v: -Ton J ears ago w o little ttiouslit that we should I ,cerhavo to givo ""' readers tho picture of a! British El Dorado. Yet such a creation, in all its j oxtravnganco, we hiivo to exhibit this day in the! letter nt iiur correspondent nt Sydney. Here is' tho very thing mankind has implied iiud ile-j sired for ages the Ophir uf Sol imon, tho golden' lieeoe of Jason, the gulden apples of Atalantn, the I Pautolu and Tagus, the lamp of Aladdin o:.d the cap of Fortunatus, and the inexhaustible, idea ol tho thousand golden legend. Who would have thought that puverty-sttuck Australia, good for noth ing hut to take onr thieves off our hands, and supply us with a littlo tallow and wool, would ever send us twenty millions a year in pure gold? 'flint is the chango which has tome mer tho scene in four or live yearn. Austtiliais no longer a set of penal settlements, hut a fountain of wealth in its most condensed and moat coveted ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 30 December 1854

(I ' n f f 7 It 1 lnlX ,-r& ,-S S ifi n M W "ill ' I ww US 6 B As $ s7 ANN I'lI.iltSON, I'libliKliIng ARClit. lUAItlt 9 It. IIOBIKSOJV, Etlitor. " XO f.VO.V WITH SLAVLUOUtl-llS." VOL, 10. NO. 20. SALEM, COLUMWANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, D1XJKM MVM 30. 1S5I. AVIIOLK NO. 1. M 1 rn i in hi w ,n in ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. IMPORTANT DOCUMENT. J'diluf of the )lii(lc . 1)earSir: Kudosed you will fiuil n d icument vhich speaks for itself, mid tells its own tale. It is not nn abolition document, nor is it pub lished by nn Anti-Slavery Society; it comes hot from Northern fanatics or infidels, Sab bath breakers or scofTors at religion, but from the Hubert A.l'air, Ks.p.of South Carolina, and was lis tened to by lite Abbyvillo Bible Society, and pu! i- u.i i. .1.. : nti.u I -i :, us nun ii j uic i no. i o-.in i.iiiiu i ..I. I. i , .in-1 j.. it ndtnlts in principle all the nttrocities (if not in do- n principle, that the abolitionists cverclmrged 1 ' '. '. uiiiwiei. Bgaiustit. . JiliUUlvr,. Extr...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 30 December 1854

T Jl E A N T I - S LA V K 11 Y V V G L E . From Frederic Douglas's Paper. OUR INFLUENCE ABROAD. "Our country is Irui-nl to nlluro tlio world to Liberty Ly tho beauty of in example'." George iiaiieiot'l. The uttrranc;? of ii.'Ti a sentiment, nt this enM , season of tlio year, in rather illtintod, nnd altogeth er inappropriate. It must lin I ilicil i n the ears ol Mr. U itieroft's audience, the moment il m utter ed. The ponple naturally exnoct in the course of , numan ov rhetorical every body m ponnie naiurany hi hid vouisu o , events, to be compelled to listen to unci. 1 :al floml.e,, on tlie F.mr.l, of Jul v. vl-m i-dy knows tint truth has taken leave ol I ..u... ...o. ftDsenee, lint l.ein willniir to nave n part jf lit in ; thoclaivtran or iTorv of that festive liv. t '.J. ,.P.. ' . lln. . i.' .11 e,, on, . I . l.nr."... .e.l , on the Rtillihility of his hearers, md palmed this nonsenso tiio.i tliein as iriith. luscoinluct is verv roprehonsihle "Pit ennnlrn is hntiii-l to alhirr th...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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