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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 30 December 1854

THE ANTI-SLAVERY 1UJGLE. PRESIDENT AND THE SLAVE TRADE Mr. Qiddings, as usual, has manfully commenced the Slavery agitation in Congress. JIo inndo rot-stilly an excellent speech on tho President's Mos agc. The speech is published in tlio Ulobe, and Is highly instructive, ns well ns entertaining. Wo l.avo room only for the following extract, roliitive to President Pierce's favorable disposition towards tlio foreign ns woll ns the domestic slave trade. Speaking of tlio proposition to rsvito and Innlizo that trade, Mr. Giddings says : The proposition is most reasonable, if tlio Prosi tlent's doctrine )jc correct. If we susttiin slavery, it follows that we must sustain the traffic in slaves. If slavery bo nyht, tlio slave Undo cannot be wrong, nnd if we protect ono wo must protect tlio other. It is idlo to pronounce him who sells slaves a! pirate, and hang him, nnd then turn round audi tit.l.old nn-1 encourage him w ho buys and flogs Ihttrrt. Wo cannot sustain the President's policy I V...

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. — 30 December 1854

IVV'L-ir' THE ANTl-SLAYKltY 1 U G L E . Miscellaneous. THE ANGLO-SAXON TRIBE. BY THEODORE PARKER. i in i i 0n, "m"l ,n "atuie. 1 Inlosophers divide them into tivo rnccs, bot the f location of each is not positively determined. Hum-iinty is one, ns the hand is one, but the sub- varieties of men nrc ns distinct as the. tinkers on the hand. The races nt their centre nrc distinct, but their circiiiiil'eranoo not .rlcui-ly defined. Kach eontinet has its typical color. Thus Afri- en. has black people, Mack monkeys nnd black elephants; America has red men red nininml ; . Asia has yellow men nnd yellow horses; Europe low white men, white, horscj nnd other whi'.o ani- mats. I hese may have been created in the older hero nuivd, bnt, thoro i- n i proof of this yet known. The distinctions of race do not constitute humanity, which underlies the whole. The I'au- ensian is the strongest race. It is devoted to prog- Its men visit nil other countries. It men are rarely slaves and generally masters. ...

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. — 6 January 1855

lUAttllS It. UORINSOIV, Editor. " NO VNIOS WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." AXS rEAIlSON,' Publishing Agent. ., ' 1 , . ' VOL. 10. NO. 21. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO. SATURDAY, JANUARY 0, 1855. WHOLE NO. 483, ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. THE CHICAGO MILITIA. 'A Tho Militia of Chicago manifest tho truo spirit 6f men, in reference to tlio insulting cull made upon them to catch sluves. It stands forth in . . . .... , - rtlnannnt inntrnt. with lli nlnnntv nf tl.a TP...I..., I " ""J ' lunula in mis worn, ine tnicngo iriuuno pub- The Chicago Tribune pub lishes the following A member of the Montgomery Guards writes! . "Tho Montgomery Guards nro done with mi,.!,, ing niggers, and, sir, they will not lend themselves ; such ii moan business. They leave that busi-i tioss.sir, to your Nativo American companies Jour pois Know Nothings. You may think, sir, I the Irish rtAv got very low, but they uro not that! low ycc, una never iincnu 10 uo. 1 ou nni e lind a i ereatdeal to say about tho Irish, but, sir, I hope -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. — 6 January 1855

THE ANTI-SLA VEliY BUGLE. joined the tic Party, was re-eloclcd by it to Cou gress, come back to Washington, and in hit first speech this soasiou, in bich bo aitcwuu to vindi cate Knom-Nothingisui, not uly avoids the bit very issue, hat, where it rises necessarily before tiiui, turat tits I'noe away fruni it. lie stands up the vary imporsonation of the policy and spirit of the Order, knowing nothing of Slavery or Ami- slavery) and the great revolution in Massachusetts, which Dome of our friend are attributing in great p.Vf to the working ol the Anti-Slavery Sentiment, he attributes to the tyranny of the Money Power. and the eagorne of us poor, miserable, oppressod victims, to escape from it by tho safe ami effectual stratagem of a clandestine association ! Such- is thi ddj jQstfii'.ioa of Know-Nothingiain in Con- anus. Again, then, we asV, where are yonr Anti-Nebraska victories in Massachusetts. New York, and Pennsylvania? Uow much are they woith f No mnu can answerfor the result are...

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. — 6 January 1855

iiiu.niiiiii n. i-iniv i THE ANTI-SLAVERY U UG LE-. Tin Khownotimncs anu tu Slavsrt Question. -We transfer to our column a part of nit admir able article from the National Era, on this question. In Our judgment, navor has the Era bottor served tho cause of freedom than by its independent, ble tad faithful otposure of the narrow principles and proslavory tendencies of the secroto organis ation. The statemcnU of the Era regarding tho utter V-onfusinn and indocd destruction of tlio anti-slavery political party, cannot bs gainsnyed ; and its liistory forcibly illustrates the truthfulness of one of the principles which the Era announces, vie s that a tnnn in a fulso position is not to bo trusted, liowever honest his purposes or benevolent his sympathies. Savs the Era. " IFi mmld l ,,: an angel in a wrong position." Right, itnquestion- ablvriuht. TW.U n.i;iin:.. i..x.. 1 rocogniied this truth and made faithful application er It, not to "angels," but tu Free Soilors. They, and the Era amon...

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. — 6 January 1855

T II E ANT1-S L A V Ell Y BU G L E Miscellaneous. From the New York Evening Post. AN HOUR AT THE ASSAY OFFICE. ' What becomes of the gild 7 Doubtless this is the question thnt some renders aro often puzzled to answer. - They hear of the safe arrival of largo ' quantities nt this port : but after thnt the; know nothing of it, except lien they nre reminded of U presence by the sight of some bright, newly stampvd eoios, which, however, has a proverbial facility for taking to itself wings, before the pos sessor hits had time to reflect w lie: co it conies or whither it goes. If our inquisitive readers will take a wnlk with us lo the granite building adjoining the Custom house in Wall Street, und now occupied ns the United States Assay Office, they will satisfy their curiosity. Here the value of gold brought into our city is determined, and it is prepared for coinage, or cast in bars for transhipment. The ' Assay Office proper, where the melting, refining. parting, and other operations u...

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. — 13 January 1855

bi iitiirs it. uoniso, i:,nior. .vo r.vo.v irn si.AVcuor.Dr.ns." VOl, 10.-XO. 22. SALKM. COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1855. WHOLE NO. -IS 1 . ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. SOUTHERN DISUNION. The" Minnesota Rcpublieah, n spirited young firtfirrf, which Is deservedly making its way in the world lit St. Paul linn the following with regard to Southern threats of disunion : rWe havobcen cowe l by lliis disunion Winter Irtiitt M.1......1, lr .1.. i. . . ..... .iiii. ii unj ooiiiu rcaiiv tiinlnratniiil ; ic Constitution ns stivinit Slavery th. ...,l.i .V, i .. Iho Ooxernmen t for all coming time," and is ready lo ecod6 unless that control is granted, then i deed is reconciliation 1 impossible. The North may j ngdin yield, ns she always has done ; but she wiil , noror be reconciled There may be a parley, but , novor a po ioc, so long n, t10 freemen of the North . ' IZtZ ',',,,s","Vlie ''"y of.rrotect.;'''; nic.extetiilinit a svstcin ntrainst m i , Ortiln,t;ct,.f I... : . . . . 1 1 1...

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. — 13 January 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE TRACTS. V e pc releve among the tracte which the Ameri can Anti-Slavery 8ociety i nattering over the country, by the contribution! of Oorrit Smith and other, is one designed to convince tho peoplo thnl the United States constitution ii a pro-slaverv in utrumont. Now it strike u that this wicked tui tion, in utterly pro-slavery that it almost niaks everything it touches like unto it, does not stand in need of the aid of the American Ami uimorjr ouuioiy to convince it or what it al ready profe to believe. We protest ngainst this tract, thorefore, as a pro-slavery, not anti slavery tract. fred. Donglat't Vuper Ctyterf in ii this wicked nation" is indcod "so utterly 1 T , '., Mln IM "touch" contagion, - Biiuuiu iiko kj anow how it is possible for its constitution to be anything but pro-slavery. The wickedness of this wicked nation, so far "as sla very is concerned, is entirely older than the Con stitution. Did the nation make tho instrument w ithout "touching" it ...

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. — 13 January 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Jeuniednt fireniinutosbofor 11, A. M., to elv vpportunity to tli 8 prayer meeting, agreeing to meet again 'n CO minuter in cm iuch meeting hontd not bo held. SUNDAY—SECOND SESSION. Convention met at twonty minutes past eleven Vclock, C S. 8. Grilling offered the following preamble aud resolution, (se preamble nnd resolution No, 0) which was Receptee by tlio mroting, nnd enmo up lor discussion, Mr. Grilling addressed tlio mooting upon tlio pro-slavery character of the Amorican Churches. He said wo ara not opposed to Government or to Churches, as such, it is only willi what it pro-slavery in thorn that we are at war. Ho snoke at length of tho different leading de nominntiona of he land, and showed conclusively their utter heart lessncss in regard to suiti-slavery, and their devo tion to slavory and sliiveholding, showing them ut terly unworthy of all countenance or support from the friend of freedom. Mr. (trifling spoke also fof tho Wesleynn Meth odists, Freo W...

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. — 13 January 1855

T HE A NT1-SL A V K 11 Y H UGL E Miscellaneous. (From the National Era.) MAUD MULLER. Maud Muller, on a summer's day, linked tlio meadow sweet with hay. i Beneath lior torn hat glowed the wealth Of simple l)Ciufy:(ihd rustic health. ' Singing, sho wrought, nnd her merry glee The mock bird echoed from his tree. ' ; But, when sho gl ineed to the fnr: IT town, " " AVh'uo from its hill-slope looking down. . The sweet song died, nnd a vague unrest And a nameless longing tilled her breast Aw ish, that she hardly dared to own, or goniething better thnn the hud known. " ' The Judge rode slowly down the bine, Smothing his horse's chestnut mane. Mo drew bis bridlo in tho shndo ; Of the npplo-trces, to greet the maid, . And ask a draught from tho spring tint flowed Ihiouirh tho meadow, across the road " She stivijied where the cool spring bubbled up, And filled for him her small tin cup. And blushed as she gave it, looking down On her feet so baro nnd her tattered gown. "Thanks !" said the Jud...

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. — 20 January 1855

J- ni.iiuus n. uonitfsoff, Miiitor. " so vx;o. with sL.ivrMor.Dr.ns." AlW ITAIISOMI, t'nl.lUrinB AtTCMV VOL. 10 .NO. 23. SALEM, COLUMIJIAXA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1S55. WHOLE NO. 185. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. INDICTMENT OF THEODORE PARKER AND WENDELL PHILLIPS. Ta the Editor of the A. J'. Tnhuni. Sin: On t'.io night of M-ty. 25. 105-1, nn nttaok wss mado on the Court House, of Boston, in which Mr. Burn was confined nn ttio olnrgo of being slave. Tint night. Messrs. Phillips and Parker, with others, matin speeches in l'nneuil Hall, warn ing men of the wickedness about t' bo perpetra te! vy son-ling an innocent 111:111 in'o hi ; an innocent man in'o Slavery.- Tne speeches were published at the lime. Both of these Kentlenicn hio lately been indic-ier tod for resisting an ollicer of the I nited Slates. wlnln reryinj; the process of a court; for a .Indi'.e ! fl.arced tho Rraiid ,tiry that such fpee.dies wercjntl a nitsJemcanur under the statute ot lillll. It is not nt nil pro able...

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. — 20 January 1855

THE ANTI-SLA VHliY 1IUGLE From the Cincinnati Columbian, January. 4. SLAVES LIBERATED—A FAMILY UNITED —STORY OF TWO KIDNAPPED. A deeply In teres ting re-union of ft severed fam ily took place at the house of Mr. Levi Coffin on Inst Saturday. ., The story, m told us by the purlieu, runs in this wise : Forty-eight yoars ago two littlo culored . Tjoys, named Pe ler and Levin Still, were playing in the highway rear their lather s house, on the ueiaware river hen a a stranger passing by in a gig naked thorn to tike n rido. The boys did so, and were thus "eyd tCoaTneJ JtsC' Tev ultimately sold to nth ' r masters, and niter thirteen years' slavery in Kentucky, were sent south, were tliey were purchased by John Hogan, of Franklin county, South Alabama. At the ago of twenty f.mr Levin died, but Peter continued ft slave for thirtv-one years. Poring this period he married a fom iVa slave belonging to one Barnard MeKion, ft neighbor of bis master, ar.d had three children, two sons and a daughte...

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. — 20 January 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVEllY BUGLE MICHIGAN CORRESPONDENCE. ANN ARBOR, Michigan, Jan. 5, 1855. Dear Marius: In this time of railroad mania, yon may be glad to lionr that on our trip from Salem to Adrian, our locomotives tichnvod with marked propriety, and wo wore In time to attend the Fairfield Convention, oocording to appoint ment. A report of the mooting has already reached you, by which you will seoatth tho mootinglwas.hcld under most favorable auspices, notwithstanding the church, true to her idea of "raving souls," nnd "edifying herself." strenuously opposed our efforts with a determination nnd zeal equaled only by those who folt that the securing of man's rights was antecedent to tin saving of his soul, and that exposure, rather tln.n the edifying of the church, was the highest duty of tho lovers of right. A Deacon I of tho Close Communion, "cast iron" Baptist denomination, officiated in closing, by bolts and bars, the doors and windows of the church against tho entertainment of opinions...

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. — 20 January 1855

T 11 K A N T 1 - S L A V 12 It Y 1J U G L E . Miscellaneous. FIRST EXPERIENCE OF A DEBT. BY INCHES. Kovt did I feel proudor or richer than when my fatlier mid, "Harry, that cnlf is Yours; I'll rito you nussy, sue shall lie yours." llo was riunoing whittling in the old barn-door, while I, his oldest son, was watching with delighted in terest, Bossy's frisky movements in the yurd ; how sho would sniifl' in the sweat morning air, tlien whislc lior tail and capor around, it' not with all the graeo, with far more gludsomenoss and nalu ralness than a ballot queen. Bossy seemed to think it a very pleasant thing to live Much as I loved the creature before, 1 was seized with a fresh puff of love at my father's generous an nouncement. "Nep!" I cried, "Nop, that is mi calf! see to It, sir, that you treat her like a gentleman, an J not ark at Iter nor bito at her when you letch tho cows lrom pasture." Neptune, looked up, wagged his tail, and glanc ed at Bossy, as much n to tsay, " Yes, yes, I u...

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. — 27 January 1855

MARIUS It. IIOBIVSON, Editor. no two.v irr sLArnuoLbnns." ANN PEAHSOW, Publishing AenV VOL. 10. NO. 24. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1S55. WHOLE NO. 48G. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. From the New York Tribune. WENDELL PHILLIPS IN NEW YORK. List evening tho Seventh Lecturo of thfl New Y irk Anti-Slavery S uietv's S.-oond Annuil Cpur. wis dolivorl, in tho 'l' iberti ado, by Weviiei.i. I'iiili.iim, iil' U iston. T.ie ntteii l.ince was etoeed inly ii itwitlntm lin the n n f i vor ililo state of tho woitbor, it being f i t 1 nojcssiry M bring additional scats intu the p-iss-tges. In introducing Mi". Piin.i.t t'l. whoso appearance was greeted w ith tho in p.it cutlm-d istio and often re nowed uppl uise, Oliver Jott ssov s lid that ho presented one who hi I lately lieun iiiiictu I in n United States Court, in 1$ Htun, line wlii. nevertheless, h 1 1 1 t 1 1 I Jul frion Is to bail him, Kit that hu was ablu to appear before tho audience that evening. L lugjitor iitnl llllld Ul...

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. — 27 January 1855

T II K A N T I - S L A V 15 11 Y It U O I- K . TALES OF FUGITIVE SLAVES. A recent flying visit to C.mnda nfTordfd mo n ihaiiceof meeting willi levcrnl Inutile, whom it t lid lie en my happine-i In put mi board tlis under jrrtui nl railroad. One them, nil. excellent inrchnuic!, who had recently i enid pl in Boston, Intolcd mo villi llio following itcui id his liin -lrjj.. "I had made proposals to bn myself. Tin-1 prdee put upon mo was $1,400. . Tito paper weto drawn up, and, to tlie first uf Attaint I had paid tho mini of $1.000 which left duo l.ut WOO. Kut that rniod bitterness between my owner mid myself. Hint tliey demanded tin) $U00 iininodinioly, which ihey know I onuld tint pay. Therefore they put mo in n slave-trader's ofino to sell inn nml defrauded me of nil 1 had gained : I n t . I y t lie help of some kinl wliito friend, I wuh shipped a n sailor on imam el a vessel nt a troeniaii, wnmi enabled me to gat on to the glorious laud of New England. Ami yet, Now England, with nil...

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. — 27 January 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVEUY DUGLK' ANTI-SLAVEY IN LIVONIA. The following communication was mislaid ntlhr fimo of Its reception which acoouLts for its lute insertion : Litonia, Wnyne County Mich. Pec. 14, '54. Eoitoh or tng Buols Pear ,Sir: If it would not is tresspassing in loo rrcut a degree upon your Coin in nil I should Io happy to givo (l shntt account of the condition of tlio Anti-Shivery limitation in thbj portion of tlio Peninsular State. We Imvc recoivod a visit from Charles nnj Josophino Grif- . Cng And A T. runs, and we have had tlio pleasure of listening to thoir eloquent nppo nls for those who cannot speak for themselves and I truxt that an impression ha been made wliioli shall continue to deepei until that day when tliure shall bo none on American soil to whom sliull he denied. the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. On Sunday our friends held meeting in the Union Houso in this neighborhood hich was well Attended and exceedingly iiitcicsting. Friem! Foss in excee...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 27 January 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVERY RUG'LK. Miscellaneous. From the Prohibitionist. CRIME AND INTEMPERANCE IN WINE- CRIME AND INTEMPERANCE IN WINE-PRODUCING COUNTRIES. BY EDWARD C. DELAVAN. The increase of crime in Francs, Is, p ropnrtinn Ily ix timet greater thnn the increase of pnpula tiun, an appears from well authenticated returns. It is asserted, and no man denied it, that during me nisi century, no mss man one miuwn nt French men hare been found to havo died (not in war) h m.. .I-......I I ...- I r. .1 . . . '. i-ni-ui an iiiui men ien uiotisnnu violent deaths per annum in population of 35,000,0(10 1 From the year 1820 to l.S4:t. .th !n..a ..r . lation was only at the rate of eevhn per cent, while v ui various crimes were as lulluws, Per Cent 3 5 11 IS 7 no 8 Maiming and Wounding, Poisoning, Theft, Manslaughter, Kape on adults, Hape on Children, Parrieii' , intanticide. 34 Murder and Murderous Wounding, 37 Fradulent Bankrupts, 39 Forgeries, 47 Arson, 74 Perjury, ti Counterfeiting. 01 This rocord...

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 February 1855

Pt ttjje 4 MMUIUS II. IIOBIXSOX, Editor. A'O CXloy WITH St.AVEUOLDF.ns: A7 I'EAIISOIV, IMtlilUliIng Agent VOL. 10. NO. 25. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, FIUmtJAliY 3, 1S55. WHOLE NO. 4S7. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. WESTERN TEXAS AND THE GERMANS. The Tribune contains a lecture on the history of Texas and its German colonization, by Frcdorick Kapp. From it we mako tho following extract, from whioh it will be seen thut In Western Texas 'there is a German population, who eschewing Sla very, are making a practical demonstration in favor of Freedom. After giving a history of tlio failure of early ef . forts at Qerman colonization, Mr. Kapp says: The more enlightened, who could better value the advantages offered by that country, were nut , frightened away, and moro than 15.00J Germans have settled between tho Colorado and the Guada '" lupo, mostly grouped around New Brauntels, Frcd- ericksburgh, and San Antonio, engaged iu ngrieul . tural pursuits. Although this number is but mall co...

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 February 1855

THE ANTI-SLA VEltY BUGLE. SLAVERY AND LABOR. A LECTURE. BY HORACE GREELEY. The Lecturer commenced by saying (lint, prob ably, many of ln inmtcnee might suppose there wasn diltcrcnco between some uf thd viows lie would present mid w mo or tliowc prevented liy (lie nt lecturer, Ward lleccher but, on clover inspec tioti, it would he found that there was no diver gence only n view taken from n different point : one, too, w h icli would Le, probably, bund to do more fundamental tlmn tlmt taken by Ward needier. , l " . : o.u. n.1 .ri"""" ' r i the vietj p hi ii(-invir I IIMVI 1, these nisrnurncs would lie lounn to hnvc mi appro priate place. .Mr. tirceley then proceeded to rep recent ilie healthful iiilluence of labor on tlio hu innii mind, in giving n upright, honest, and ,n,.,ly tone. All Salure's oncraiions arc earnest ! nnd honest, nnd the true woikers must, oT iieers-j rui, ui, i i ui.imiiioniKii nix nun., ncqinro voine tinge of tbeso iunlitics in prosecuting bis work.J,lcir 21 1 1" ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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