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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 3 February 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVEUY lUJOLir From the Louisiana Courier, Jan, 16. THE SOUTH IN QUEST OF A ROYAL ROAD TO LEARNING. A.v K.ri eu.fnt M'lvit. A Tew days slneo, llio t A Tew rinvs sineo. tlio 1, t j- ..... , J it i .-.w . . .. -.,min;i 11 imi uiiiioii, III ..nun ... ........ ly urged, ns ft matter of the highest importation to , the futuro of tlio southern stales, ihnt henceforth uur children should ho educated at home, and nit , in tlio northern nurseries of Abolitionists and to ligious fmiiiticism and intolerance; mid that in place of very objectionable books now in 110 in utir sclriols, written, printed by tho enemies of ; slavery, encouragement should bo given to south j .. ... I ......I...... ... ... .. .1 ....I I' .1. . ui 11 writurs hum ii'.icin 10 1111:11111111111 nuu intuiisii treatises and toxt-books suited lor tho education of southern youth, by olTering premiums for those of tho greatest merit, and directing their uso in all 1 schools and colleges, 1 tie greatest uitliciilty in t...

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 February 1855

T HE' A N T I - SLAVERY BUG LE . Miscellaneous. OUR MILITARY EXPENSES. From the reoont annual Reports to Congress, we Condons (lie following result at a part of what . j r- . . tM . ;m r wo are vpauuing lur war puijjuw iu m uuv vi peace. "The usual sod ordiuary exponditarea lait year were as follew s: Ciril list, $4,W9.3S4 PR Foreign Intercourse, 7,726,677 13 Miscellaneous. 13,531,310 33 Interior department. 2,60!.I54 70 War department, 11,933,629 48 Navy deputmenr, 10,763,132 80 Redemption or public debt, interest and premium, 24,336,580 66 Total. $75,354,630 26 Here are for the Army and Navy together more than twenty-two and n half millions, and nearly twenty-four and a half in payment of war debts: In all abont $47,000,000, besides many millions more that are covercovup under miscellaneous ex penses, and the interior department more than twenty timet as much as the arcraire annual con tributins of nil Christend m for the Inst ton yoars ui sprcnu mo gospel among tne neatlien! ESTI...

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 February 1855

r i it rut 1'iiiffvfc V,, KIAKICJS It. ItOniXSOV, Editor. no vxion with sla veholdeii?.'' AS1 PEARSON, I'uMUIiing 4fchfv VOL. 10. XO. 2(5. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, FKMUTAUY 10, 1S35. Whole no. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. RALPH WALDO EMERSON On Slavery—Know- and Democracy—His Plan Slavery. The Tromont Templo lust night wa crowded nt ,nn early hour to hear tho anti-slavery lecture Tho orator was Ralph Waldo Emerson, who was listened to throughout with breathless interest, and fre quently applauded. Gentlemen and Indies : We sit hore, tho third generation in tho humiliation of our forefathers, whon they mado an evil contract .villi the slavehold ers ht the formation of tha government. We have added to that the new stringencies of tho fugitivo law of 1850. The last yoar has added tho ponderous Nebraska ' and Kansas legislation ; and wo have now to con sider that' however strongly the tides of public ? sentiment havo sot or are setting towards freedom. tho code of slavery in thi...

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 February 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society. Tlili meeting convened nt (ho Meionaon LLill, In Boston, un Tbnrml iv, the 20th ultimo, at 10 eelock, A. M., the President, Francis Jackson, in mo unair. The Gsneral Agent, Samuel May, Jr., rend fin tncournging statomot.t of the operations of ttic Society for tho paatyeaf, giving a brief notice il ths labours of the various ngcnU employed, nnd urciiiff tho importun e of kccuinir mnnv n. I. Iniil. lui lorrnnts constnutly in tua Hold. Tho action of Bos'on, umlcr the direction of in Mayor ami other .ir ... . . rll"i""er . , r " J ......, .U.UUI,, .n me wurnscase, was plainly nn.l severe- ly, but justly commented upon, a were also the special labours or Rev. Drs. Lord and Nehcuiiah Adams in behalf of tho endangered despotism. Mr. Mar's statement couclnded u iili fill lililifnikit n Irt. cute in respect to tho late John M. Ffoke. of West BrooUold. who had long been a faithful friend and officer of the Soeio...

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. — 10 February 1855

i53 T II E A N T 1 7 S I. A X -K It V ,,U G L E BOOTH'S CASE. The Judge who eoi.de.nned Booth was evidently determined to do it. nt nil etoi.ts. Here 1 an cx trnot from hi opinion rofusing Booth a l,cf tri.il.: It explains the opinions of lliu Judge utiniistakc biy I It is a source of rogrct tl. it tlio Marshal, ft high ly respectable ciriioii, should do the only int. .cent man ti suffer. Uy the law he is liuhlo (,i the claimant (or the full value of the fugiiiie in tlm Mate ot .Missouri -mil n unit H iieiiilii.Lr in ilii Ciurt. I.v (l.rl ll.d ..I .!..,.., ....: ...f I ....... ... v fi.iiur. Illlll II. Ill In uretiex. If O irlnnd pruve.i that tiluver was hi slave, and that ho escnnod from .Mi..s.).in. thn t- .- - t.-., nil iuriiii, ii v iriund prove t int I Mp una Murehal nnd liiN h.til intiKt pay the vuliio i,f iho, fuitivo in th.it Suto, n .twithdtaiolinx tli fuitivo! wua ruituuuu ny HUliei' or InrvR. Ilo Wan oli im-iI l.u Uw f erve the irra n .. i. I J ! I... onthitwirraiit. Ifj ...

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. — 10 February 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVEliY BUGLE.' Miscellaneous. EFFECTS OF SALERATUS. br. Alcott of Boston, the great dietetic refor mer communicates the following to the N. Y. Tri bune. Ho says i Sim I have not hesitated to pronounce it nn efficient ngent In the production of that most alarm ing infantile mortality which prevails. Your read ers know, perhaps, that we loose about 300,000 in habiianta of the United States every year, under too years of age; and gome of them know, if they linve read all that has been written on the sub ject within a few yearn, that not a few of these children might have survived had it not beeu for the effect of Salerntus. home individuals have doubted the truth of my suggestions. They have seriously questioned wnciuor cuicratus is really poisonous, ouch indi viduals may be interested in the following state menu and facts: i nau been lecturing in iNorth Adams, JUass., od Diet and Regimen. A the close of the lec ture the Rev. Robert Crawford camo to me and inquired whether I...

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. — 17 February 1855

xJl L t X Sis J 3-to JS-IL 1 1 -. ; ,V '- M tllllS II. IlOBItfSOIV, Editor. HO UXIO.V WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." AS1 I IM It SON, Puhllfthlng Agent. VOL. 10. NO. 27. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, FEIJIIUAUY 17, 1S55. AVIIOLE NO. 4S9.- ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. THE NORTH AND SOUTH. SLAVERY AND FREEDOM. THE GREAT BATTLE. LECTURE BY THEODORE PARKER, IN MARKET HALL, SYRACUSE. By way of Introduction to his subject, tho lec turer referred to tho fact that slavery formerly existed among nil nations : and gave sunn inter esting fact!) in relation to its existence and ex tinction at dilT.reut period and among different people: 4Jp to the t'uno of tho Revolutionary war there '-Was no American idea. There win a Massaeltu iftttiileii, a Dola-vnro idea, a Virginia ideas hot tUore was no unity of sentiment Among tho coin nj0( In tho Revolution they wero forced toother v '..,, xn danger. Tho first consolidation took DT comm . o f. . . . place under i.'10 Pen of British oppression. In the courso of ...

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. — 17 February 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVEHY BUGLE. l)C QVuti-Slavcri) Bugle. Snlom, Ohio, Fcbrnnry IT, 1853. TO SUBSCRIBERS IN ARREARS. We are informed by the publishing agent that In a few reeks quite a number of our subscribers will be in arrears for one yean subscription to the Bugle. Vnlil that time arrives, she is ready to receive $1,50 cents for their subscription. But after the expiration of the year she tcill require pay ment according to the published terms, $2,00 per annum. It was the intention of the Committco to till continue pre-pnymont ns the rule, though in consequence of numerous remonstrances and the difficulties of enforcing the rule without exception, they wore induced to rc-adopt the credit system, with those who choso to pay two dollars at the end of the year. Our published terms constitute tW contract of the publishers with subscribers. The publishers linve thus far performed their part of the contract and they will continue to perform it, and must insist upon subscribers performing thei...

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. — 17 February 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. KENTUCKY MULES AND NEGROES. -.....puuraici mo .Cincinnati uniolto was 01 late at the county soat of Bourbon county. Kv.. 00 a court day, whore ho witnessed ionio business transactions in two of the Maplo marketable pro uucuons ot that State Mules and Negroes. Of the former, lie states that $200,000 worth are somo- winos sold on somo of the court days. The snlo of numnn cattlo hardly reaches this largo amount, ordinarily ; ncTcrthcIoss, it seems to bo an impor tant accompaniment. Tho writer describes the transaction as ho witnessed it, as follows : Tears nhl . llttf by- n mulatto, twelve were dui;r? V,"t Ilis R"0'1 qualities Scutes denoUng n, than fwy' iH S&f. !lrB,ht' M".k. .off '" when tV- . n.cnu umuors tor him, and finally tho " i'.-'"'wiv emqiienoo ol the aucti could not induce a bid beyond that sum. It -v. otiBiiiuiury to ins owner, who withdrew l'7'"f stopped the slo. -Next, tber uuy ui noout lourtcen, ana two little ci'-N ono not more than nino yea...

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. — 17 February 1855

THE ANTI-SLA V 15 It Y BUGLE Miscellaneous. From Chambers's Journal. THE SEWING GIRL. Annie Lin ten wns the best sewer In Mm. Roy's chool ! and the mistress declared, on inspecting the first shirt she made for her fnthcr, That the Duke of iiurcleuch himself might wenr it I" This was hlch m-aise for little Annie, w ho was only cloven renrs of see : nnd sl.e never forgot it. Her work wns tho neatest and cleanest ever seen. Then, he did it sn quickly, her mother could not keep pce with lier daily demand for " something to iew." I wish Annie would taku to her book," said Mrs. Linton to lier linsbniul. lint it was quite clear that Annio would never take to her honk: she had littlo reading slid less spelling ; ami jet she could "mark" (with cotton) all tho letters of the alphabet, as it she was a very ni.ruelo of learn- " Something to sew?" eagerly demanded An nie. " Will any mowing como to this sewing?" ask ed her father, with a very natural attempt at pun. " Those who do not sew shall n...

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. — 24 February 1855

,MARIUS R- RVUIXSOX, EDITOR. " NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS," AXX PEARSOX, PUBIAHItlXQ AO EST. VOL. 10. NO. 28. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, TEMiUAltY 21, 1855. WHOLE NO: 400. stiff ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. From the Syracuse Eve. Ohronicle. SLAVERY A MATTER OF NATIONAL CONCERN, Speech of Hon. Chas. F. Adams. at the Syracuse, Thursday Evening, February 1, 1855. Hon. Chns. F. A Jams dclivcrod the eighth loc turo of the Anti-SIavcry course, at the City Hall, on Thursday evening last. Aftor a fow appropriate remarks, in which he regretted that there had boon so much viulim.ee in the agitation of the Slavery question, though he did not know as it could havo hoon avoided, mid saying "that Slavery novor could ho extinguished by invective, ho proposed to consider 1. What makos the question of Slaver a Na tional question 1 2. How shall it ho treated by tlio poople? slavery, he said, exists in nt least fifteen of tl.'fl.thirty-pne States of our Union. The number of Slaves in these state...

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. — 24 February 1855

THE A N T I S L A V K R Y 1! U C L E . From the National Eva. A LETTER FROM MRS. STOWE. Boston, February 2. 1855. To tht Editor if the National Era t Our old citj ii unusually animated this win tor, . Generally so respectably stupid nnd sleepy, il bu this winter started Into nn unwonted life. Lectures abound, nnd nre crowded. And tho opera is aaid never to have drawn such full and brilliant bouses. The courso of Anti-Slavery lectures In the Tremont tomplo havo teen wondorfully success ful. Tickets have been sold at a premium, and the hall, which seats about three thousand, has gonerally been as full as it could be packed. It is a noticeable thing about these lectures, that 11 the more decided, fearless, and out-spoken ex pressions of feeling, such as once were called ultra, have bien listened to with the greatest en thusianin. Never, sinro Kossuth was in Boston. havo we seen a whole house surging with a great er enthusiasm than during some of these lectures. The lecturers do not so ...

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. — 24 February 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVE It Y BUGLE. EXCOMMUNICATION, YPSILANTI, 2d mo. 7th, 1855. Marios i Ai the Friends of Mioliigan have eea It to be their duty to disown me, in order to smstaln their Yearly Meeting, I thought it would be right for me, in order that the truth might be known, to lay the oircurnstances of the case before Uio readers of the Bugle, eo that the might tee tie moral development of the Friends of Michl Ran. It will be remembered by some of the reader of the Bugle, that I criticised the acta of the Yearly Meeting of which t was a part, in regard to certain documents it published in 1852, on tbe subject of slavery, in which it used language that seemed to me to be irreconcilable with truth. As I w member in unity with tlint body, and had always been for more than furty years, i felt that its acts were my acts. And as I could not endorse its Ian guage, without doing violence to truth and riirht. as 1 thought, I ;ed the attention of our quartorly meeting on U,e subject. But they sai...

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. — 24 February 1855

THE IM.I - g I" AT 12 H Y li V G Lit 1 i Miscellaneous. For the Bugle. WINTER MUSING. When I awoke this morning I found the land cp all covered with mow, and now as I sit look' Jng from my window, the soft flake are still ful ling dreamily on; how like they are to gentle kind ly spirits, covering with their soft pure mantle every rough, forbiding aspect of nature, and as similating all to thoirowu likoness, how noiselessly (hey descend like true charity, blowing no trum pet before them, but covering up and hiding, all the dark mass of sin that so often shuts out from the sufferer the kindly offices of those who only work in masses; as if those who were not only suf fering physically but morally did not require more sympathy and assistance, tlmn those who are only destitute of nutriment for the body; not to men tiop that to relieve tho distress of the body is very frequently to assist in the regeneration of tho soul. Then ns all kindly natures like to give pleasure, so does tho snow;...

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 March 1855

IM a, NARWS R. ItORlXSOX, EDITOR. NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." axx pearsox, puBLisaixa aoext. VOL. 10. NO. 29. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1855. WHOLE NO. 491. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. A STATEMENT Of the Reasons which induced the Students Lane Seminary, to dissolve their connection with that institution, Cincinnati. 1834. Very frequently wo have been mot with inqui ries relative to the difficulty in Lane Seminary on tho slavery question in 1834. To satisfy these in quiries, we re-publish the following extracts from the "Statement" of the students mado in justifi cation of their principles and courso of conduct. The undersigned, recently members of Lane Seminary, having withdrawn from that Institution, desiro to lay hoforo tlio Christian public, the con siderations which have influenced tlieni; together with the circumstanccs'which havo mainly contri buted to such a result. Of those who have now severed their relation ship with Lane Seminary, soma attended its ear l...

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 March 1855

THE ANTI-SLA VERY II U G L E . The Anti-Slavery Bugle. The Anti-Slavery Bugle. SALEM. OHIO. MARCH 3. 1854. THE LANE SEMINARY. The document wo publish nn our first page, pre pared hy the soceding L ine Scminnry Student of 10H, has nn intrinsic value, ns ft clear mid able argument for li e right of free discussion, which makes it no less important now, then it wns tweti-! ty one yenrs ago. F.ir this right wc hnve yet to ! battle This first claim of freedom is hot yet eon-! Nowhere in nil the slave Stntos is tho right ndmittcd, nnd only hero nnd there, in the Northern nnd Western States. And with hor last aying gisp, wticn her end slmll come, slavery will deny this right, and quiver impotcntly in if defi ance. . Tbo action of the students as the vindicators of this right, against the encroachments f popular and powerful combinations, murks their secession an era in the history of freedom in this land. Tho history of this event is most instructive- The Seminary commenced its exigence un...

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 March 1855

THE ANTI-SLA VERY 1JUGLK. CASSIUS M. CLAY. CA9SID3 M. CLAY will lecture In tho Town IIall in Salem, on Tuesday evening, the Cth inst. 8ubject "The Dcipitiim of American Slavery." A crowded house will undoubtedly greet tlio Kentucky Emancipator. The inlioiitor of slaves, Mr, Clay line had the justice to emancipate tlioin. Heroically lms he braed the despotism of hi native State, in defence of freedom of speech and the press, and for this ia worthy of all honor. Ho U master of the topio on which he propone to peak. It ia of itself one of the deepost intore.it. TEMPERANCE MATTERS. STATE TEMPERANCE CONVENTION. A state lemperance Convention was held at Columbus on the 22d ult. The officers of the con vention were Oeo. M. Young of Dayton, President: Vice Prosident, Dr. It. Thompson, Franklin ; Caleb Ulark, Hamilton ; Peter Sells, Cuyahoga. Secre tary. I. F. Keclar, W. B. Fairchild and M. P. Geddis. After the orgmization, delegates reportod on tho action of the present law in their respect...

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 March 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVE 11 Y 15UGLE Original Poetry. Written for the Bugle. WHO I LOVE' AND WHY. There' one I love with all The deep warm fervency of woman' Nature. Mine earnest heart doth daily offor up Its sweetest incense, on this hallowed shrine Of faith tind trust. And daily ascendeth From my grateful soul, the prayer, that The dear God may ever guido him, -ever Keep before his onward step, the clear, fair light Of Truth ; anil by his side, a true and faithful friend, May reason stand, trnnsccndnnt in her glorious Majesty ; while round about his heart, tho gentle , Sister-band Faith, Hope nnd Charity, thoir Sleepless vigils keep liko trusty sentinels Holding strict guard beforo thesaercd precincts Of the soul. I love him : nnd, as There is reason for all things, so too For this. I sec him, shunned by common Minds, frowned at by bigot.., Spurned by thoso who walk with "eye lids Lifted up" : whoso musty creeds are only good Because of their antiquity ; and hated, too, By those who seek to...

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 March 1855

i. ' J, i) . ' .it ;,i .";;:... MA RWS It. B O.BIXSOX, EDITOll. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." axx pearhox, rvbutnixa aokkt. Vol. lo. no. 3o. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1S5&. WltOLK NO, 49l ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. From the Anti-Slavery Standard. LETTER FROM A. T. FOSS. ... LrxiNuTOM, Lagrange Co., Indi, February 8th, 1855. I , Editor or the Standard i Since I wrote you, t have, in company of the Griffings, lectured in the following eountiet ; Wayne, Washtenau, Oak land, -Genesee, Chiwassee and Lenewee in Michi gan, and have now made a commencement in La grange Co., in Indiana. .... I will not troubled you with any detailed ao conotf of thene meetings, but will only ask atten tion to the general condition of the anti-slavery cause in Ihese plaoes.' And first, I regret to gay, there far less apparent interest and excitement now than when I first onme into the West. Then tliei .foil election! were at the door, and the Fusion istswcre pregnant...

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 March 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. From the New York Tribune. ARREST OF SLAVE-CATCHERS. ARREST OF SLAVE-CATCHERS. HARRISBUG, Saturday, Feb. 24-G P. M. Our borough hut been thrown into A state (if f riteinont fur (lie pant teuty-four hour, in conn tiucnco u( A dnrinit attempt of an obnoxious slave catcher, and two unprincipled eolorcd men, In kid- liap a colored ireo uy, nt a lute hour on rriday night. ' The n:nicn of tlio accused are ''Sot." Sny iler, (ft well known trafficker in human blood, and the "stool pigeon" ( I the Southern soul-drivers, lor thif vicinity,) James Thompson, colorod, form erly of lloli.duysburgh in this Stale. 'i'ho liny upon whuiii this bold attempt to rub bhn of his fi ve loin was made, in named George Chirk, aged about eighteen years, and was born aud rain ed in Carlisle, 1'. Clark had been lured from ft d.incc-houso kept by colored man above Harrisbnrg, ntider the pretext of being sent on nn errand lor brandy for, the occasion. Ibompson and Jackson aocompa- 1 1 I. in...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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