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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 10 March 1855

THE A N T I - S L A V E It Y JJUGLE. MR. GILLETT'S SPEECH. , The New York Evening P gl'ng an Mcoont f the discussion in the Senate on the bill to further aid in the enforcement of the fugitive slave law, jtWes the following account of Mr. Gillette speech ten thj occasion t Qillette, of Connecticut, gladly embraced tlie cession of hie colleguc's revival of the slavery question, to read so elaborate essay on slavery in the District of Columbia, the horrors of the insti tution being detailed end characterized in term that 'would have evoked1 the Admiration of an abolition conventicle. The strength of In epithets, and the evident heartness with which he applied them, had a reviving effect on ,the drowsy eouthern eenatore, (not to speak it pro fauely.) like a long pole in a cage of monkoys. Tbiy gathered around him as if he were a natural curiosity, asking aH sorts of derisive questions, about as germaue to his remarks as bis remark were to the precise subject presented in tho bill bo fo...

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 March 1855

THE ANTI-SLA VEHY UUGLE Miscellaneous. THE FRIENDS IN GREAT BRITAIN AND THE EASTERN WAR. The following in the address of British Friends, to which Kossuth replied in his exegesis in favor of war, which we published week hofure lasti .1 Christ inn Appeal from the Society of Frirn.1) to their Fellow Countrymen on the present H r. We would respectfully bespeak tho serious nttcn tior. of our fellow-countrymen whilst we earnestly plead with them, on behnlf of tlio claim of reli figion aud humanity, in reference to the sanguina ry conflict now raging in tlio East. It is, wo reverently trut, in the love of Christ, and it ia in the spirit of true patriotism, that we make this nppoal. Our country is dear to ns; we honour our (sovereign, and pme our free institu tions; and wc can but desire that our national poli cy may accord with the spitit and precepts of that Redeemer who enmo "not to destroy men s lives but to savo them." We feel it to be a solemn thing thus to stand forth as the advocat...

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 March 1855

lxe jt.intm if. Honrxsox, editor. "NO UNION WITH SI.AVKHOM)r.t:S.v' ASS VKAIMOS', IVUUSHIXXi AviJS'lH . ....... VOL 10v NO. '31. SALEM, COLUM13IANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY MA ltd I 17, KS53. WHOLE NO m ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. GERRIT SMITH TO WENDELL PHILLIPS. Wendell Phillips, Boston, PETERBORO, February 20th, 1855. Mr Dba Frikmdi I hnve just been rending again a portion of your Speech, delivered in New lork. 9th Inst month. I do not suppose, that you regard republican In stitutions as lest efficient thnn monarchinl institu tion! to "educate men and women to the highest point ot moral life." nection posed 1 .: w.w.i.or u..s.ucrm:-, .,v.lUi,m,, ,,..,- Iahi1 I. . . . 1 . .. . ..J mAILB I.AIMA lh mnl.li.in Sun,aWu&:goverV:men bo lit- noble education. tf which you sneak, can bo ut tained ; and ,o, America be enabled to abolish her slavery, one may nol he enabled to nlioi.sn it. Hut it does not follow, that the moral excellence of her reformer falls below that of Knglish reform ers, - It ...

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 March 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVE It Y -BUGLE. institutions against the nggrcssive ppirit of the North. The gentleman thinks the Smith has no spirit. Sir, lot him wait until I In' next session of Congress, when thoso measures shall ha attempted tii ho cur fioil out, and we will sco of what Muff tho South isnndo. He will so vhelhor wo will quietly nit here, and whethrr our constituents will tolerate the idea of our quietly fining here unit submitting to such injuries as ho has proposed to inflict upon ui. The sunny S mth is our h mm. It Is tho land thnt gave us birth. It ii tlio lai.d in which is topositod tlio b mc of our ancestors. With n the bosom of my own Stiti sleep Jefferson, nnd llcniy, nnd Madison, nnd hosts of others whose deed havo ilhst aod nnd ndornod the iinrnls ol r.tir country. .And, sir. shall wo permit our enomics to invmlo the sanctity of thoso homes end those firesides? No, sir; the South will he pro tected nnd dofrnded hy her sons, at whatever cost, nnd you will find t lint there i...

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 March 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVERY. BUGLE. CORRESPONDENCE FROM INDIANA. AflWor. ur.A, Stuben Co, Indiana, 1 March Bd. 18&&. J 7b A Editor of the tiuglt : flit en men est of description, necessarily given of Anti-Slavery la bor or on new ground hah of lute dbtered mo from inflicting communications cf tlill character a Don your render, hoping thereby to givD place . something more in conformity to tile tastes and demands of the people. But tthen t remember the oft-repeated tales, and trullmk that have fur centuries stood sentinel to gonitis and to wdrth, thrilling some new cord of being, by ever Varied Account, and still forever new, to fresh existences, and ever growing with recipient form and beauty, I find some slight npnlngy for saying "in a solemn way," the rery things you knew bofore. And first of all you should soe the pooplo of the far off west who brar in tl.cir relation to the ast, the poets personification of "the thirsty soul, panting for the cooling water-brooks" niado glad and tru...

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 March 1855

T II E A N T I - S L A X E It Y 1! U G E E . Miscellaneous. From the American Phonetic Journal. QUAKER JUMPING A DITCH. Hoick! ill Broadbrim was ft fat Quaker In flic: Slate of Xew Jersey, who had sold molasses, Cod-' fish, cliinfi, oarthonwnrc, clothes, nnd nil Sorts of j liquors. Wo. like the Qnnkers, in deed, ns well hl In name, and Hezckiah was a Hickory (Junker.! Ho will somewhat of nti old batehelnr, nnd hnd n sister wliu was somewhat of nn old maid ! Mutt sho was iho best creature nlive: straight ns a can-1 die, blooming ns a rose, and 'smiling ns charity I Her name was Pfirens. i Ilezekiah and Duron walked out one Sunday afternoon in the blooming month of Muy, to breathe I tho fresh nir, nnil view tho meadows. The walking! was smooth and delightful, with no manner of ob-' strtictions, except here and there a ditch full of'j water, tpnnned by a few hedges, nml too wide for' a man of ordinary jumping capacity to cross it at I a single bound, liut Henekiah valued himself, as fi...

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 March 1855

ms mfiawmKAivwmtmrea tv xq (0 . i ' o i ih i iimmi an iinmiiwii imimum a MAUI US It. HOMXSOX, EDITOR. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." AXX I'EARSOX, I'UnLlSHlXa AQEKV. VOL. 10. NO. 32. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAltCII 2-1, 1S55. WHOLE NO. 404. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. LETTER FROM REV. A. T. FOSS. ROME, Noble Co., (Ind.) Feb. 24, 1855. Disah Fribnd Garrison: It may not bo wholly uninteresting to the friends in the Kirn to henr a J word of thB progress of the trout and good work of freedom for nmu in the wide West. During the four months that I have bcon in the West, I have becomo fully assured that tho people here are more accessible to the rinli-slnvcry worker, nnd consequently more interested in the anti-slavery work, than the peoplo of more Eastern States. I have, in company with tho Griflings, spoken the tho anti-slavery gospel to many thousand, in Michi gan an J Indiana. Tho pro-slavery character of the religious bodies of the land has been clearly announced and demonst...

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 March 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE GERRIT SMITH ON THE CUBAN QUESTION. HON. The following in lha part of Mr. Smith's letltr to Wendell Phillip, relating to hi inw of tho Cuban question, wbicli weouiitled last week. Then, again, I am charged with gru Inconsis tency tor htiing iu favor ol llie aiitieiitiun of Culm, whilst 1 nin so frequently presenting ax an evidence nf tho desperate prut ln cry wiikednes of this na linn, it grasping niter that il :iltl . The logic line U. that if 1 iath tn got a dramshop into my hands, although it is lor thi purpose of trnmdorming it into thu abode of temperance and every other vir tun. I stand on the same li ifl wi h liiui, who woiihl get it for tlio purpose of 1111 king it Mill mora i dramshop, and still uioro tl result uud nurse of vtiuke IiidM, Siio-r 1 fiin on thn Riil.irrt nf Pub?.. T ennnnt fur. heir saying how exceedingly anxious I nm, ns mil abolitionist, tor her annexation to tins coiih'ry. Indrel my best hope of the nlioliiinn of American f I. ivory, ...

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 March 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUG EE. CORRESPONDENCE OF THE BUGLE. PHILADELPHIA, March 10, 1855. Dt M.i To-day we havo oommittJ to Hie asvth all that wai mortal of that true friend of Freedom, Cruet M. BuaLtioif, one of the brothers (a that gifted family, whose name ha become in separably eunnected with the Anti-Slavery cause im America, and therefore with the life of the world forever. Mr. Di'RLtiait'i health has been Impaired for out time past, and in January he left the citj for 'toe quiet home of dear friends in the country, about thirty miles distant, hoping much from ro oee. But his di sense being pulmonary, a sue session of hemorrhages diminished his remaining strength, and after severe and protracted suffer lag. in which his faith did not fail bim, undismayed ky the approach of death, tranquil and conscious to the last, he died on the 7th imt., in the thirty si i tii year ef his age. Mr. Bpslsiqh was attracted to t! Anti-Slavery movement early in life, and about 1839 began his Irst publi...

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 March 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVE It Y liUGLE. Miscellaneous. From "Home Life, or a Peep Across the Threshold." THE HAUNTED HEARTH STONE. "All homes w herein nieu hu ve lived and died Are liftunled hoiifes." " Do I believe in Imnnted houses ?'' Faid the n god woman, sprakiue rather to heru'lf than t tlio lair sweet grand child, who nestled tit her fort mid looked up on rriirlly into the wrinkled luce. " Yob, indeed I do. There is Hot it house in this wholo village, nor fur miles around, hut Ihnt t" uio in haunted irji.e, though, si much in this." " Haunted," continued the, speaking so slowly that a solemn emphasis seemed to rest on each j lottor, "yes, yes, vhorc are such things as haunted I spots." And then she dropped her knitting, took off hor glasses, wiped her eves, end leaning ba '1; ; in hu arm-chair, seemed IrJ in a -su 1 yet holy! eomuiunion with the rnrli VrTs'ngcs of life, ' If was a dark, stormy, inter'a night. The wind ; howled fiercely nroiimi the old farm house, di ill-1 ins? the' 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. — 31 March 1855

i V itAtiws n. nommoy, editor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." j.y.v pzarsox, runtisnixa aornt, sifts VOL. 10. NO. 33. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1S55. WHOLE NO. 495, ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. HOMELY-GRAPHS.-NO. 3. It i a chill January afternoon. The snow is ful ling fitfully At intervals, and just enough lios on the ground to give nature a cold and gloomy ap pearance. So I have drawn the curtains to shut out the external world, and leaning back In "the old arm chair," hare been engnged for some hours in watching the various profiles and other fantastic figures that are continually forming nnd passing away amongst the glowing embers. And whilst thus engaged, meniQry has stood beside me, holding aside the veil that commonly conceals her gallery of pictures, gathered from scones of tho pasti -There in distant perspective I see the little brown cottage where somo of my earli...

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. — 31 March 1855

THE ANTI-SL A VERY BUGLE. &l)c Vnti-SUuer Huglc. 5.1 r.K.v. OHIO, .VAHCIM. l.,y,. LETTER FROM JOSHUA R. GIDDINGS. JEFFERSON. March 20, 1855. In tlis Bugle of Saturday last you sny ho (Mr. v-.. . .. . i. . , .1 .. . i , . . i uiu.iinp.) repimiate.i me "ing ncr law una put me pro-sinvery poruons oi inc tonsuiuiion in its place." Will you ho nnro specific and say v.lien jind where iiml in what language, I repudiated the ''higher- law ?'' Or put portion of the pro slavery Constitution in its place? Yen say, ''Mr. Oid lings U careful again to disclaim nil purpose to prevent this pirate trnflic in Christian men And women, provided these christianized chattels are taken to market hy land nnd tint 1y ira." This romark implies that Congress possesses Con stitutional powor to prevent persons from going hy . land from Virginia to South Carolinia vr Georgia? You and 1 hold slaves to he pervM. Tho Consti tution declares them persons in every instanco in which it refers to them: nnd I should ...

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. — 31 March 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVEUY HUGLK. A CLERICAL DOCUMENT. . Our readers will be Amused by the perusal of the following following curious manifesto issued hj the Rer. Henry M. Donnison who Was so un fertunato a to loose his property recently by the 'tfeoiaion of Judge Jameson of Columbus. After . the girl had been placed In the hands of her gur dian, Mr. Donnison arrived In Columbus nnd made sm Imperative demand of bis property. Mr Van Slyke, lior guardian politely declined it compli ance. Then bis Revorence went back to the Neil uouae ana issued me following address! "To a candid and honest public." We omit the first part of the document which is (biographical, largely detailing tho affection of Rosetta to "Miss Alice" her mistress and the oc casion ot her being caught in a place eo fatal to lave holding as Columbus proved to be. Proceed ing with this topic, he says of bis friend who had ithe girl in custody: . "He thought by stopping in Columbus, where he had once resided, and yet has many frie...

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. — 31 March 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE Miscellaneous. From Wolfert's Boost. THE CONTENTED MAN. BY WASHINGTON IRVING. I . In the garden of the Tuileries there is a snnny ( eornor under llio wall of ntcrrnco which fronts the . aouth. Along the wall is n range (if benches com , mniiding a view of tho walks aod avenues of the , garden. This genial nook is n place of great re port in tlio hitter part of ntituimi, ntiil in line days in winter, as it set ms to retain the flavor of dc- 'lrted summer. On a calm, bright morning it is onito nlivo w ith nursery-maids and their playful litllo chnrccs. Hither also resort a ininibir of nneiont ladies and gentlemen, who, wiih laudable thrift in small pleasure nnd small expenses, for which the French arc to bo noted, come here to! enjoy sunshine nnd save firewood. Here may often bo seen sonic cavalier of the old school, when tho sunbeams have w aimed bis blood into some thing liko a glow, fluttering about liku iv fros! bit ten moth thawed be lure tho fire, putting ...

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. — 7 April 1855

l.,...;h II t y i i- 'tl Tl Of nii.i i ; , '.KM ' to; n I'll . . . ... ... I :.. ..it . ,.VAiwv'n. nonixsox, kihtok. i'f. V,'.' L.ii - ' ' ' ' -NO L'.vrox with sT.wnioi.uLr.s." -l.YA MAQiiOX, I'L lLlSlXG A&KXr.. ir.M UVOIi. -io. NO. 31. SALEM, COTATMUTANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, Willi. ?, 1 AVI I OLE NO. JC&V 'lK ir (3 if f V ? 5 ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. MAINE ON THE SLAVERY QUESTION. 1 Tho following resolutions wcro discuhsod by the Maine Legislature on TJtli lilt. They were itreiiitJuTy opposed and warmly defended: t wesolvod, i. iiwt hiimau shivery is, in. all it: mi iinqunliliedevil and wrung, anlns such j Bleats the reprehension of mankind. ! xiiai in vtirijr periuus 01 ur iiaiumnt uisiury, UolU tin) opulions ol tin: peoplu and tlio policy ol the gororuuicut were adverse to tho institution. iiiiu iim cousu union ui mu niiiuu ouiies is, imi was uesiguju io oe, a cnarier oi iiueriy, mm heaco, that nil nuts of the national government, hyj which tUvcry mainlaius a legal cxisiene...

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. — 7 April 1855

THE A N T I - S L A V E It Y 1JUGLE. td tr ic trsca ; I Usiit upon my rights, and will! bold the U. 8. Marshal responsible I t the Unlivery Of the c.rl I claim to this U. 8. Commissioner. AttorneT I'ugh mid that the Marshal n liable to the master tor the assessed value of the clave who escapes, with or without a writ. His client, lie hoped, would not be ground between the upper aud the nether millstone Attorney Chase mid, it i intimated the exercise of guardianship will be resisted. It Is the duty ut the Court to entorce it order, and of the Shoritf to see it executed. Where' the authority ? say Mr. t'ugb.l It i tho universal pnctice, oiid ia an in herent power of nil CouiU. Then the Court ha no power to punish for contempt any i i' lor fere nee In view ; without that pjwor no Court ald exist one day. la tin proceeding e rescue f What Court will coiiHtiuc thi role-ise, onjMie ordor of n Court, itn eseaps.to make tlm Marshal rosponsiblo? None, either North ur South. Mr. Wolfe, of L ....

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. — 7 April 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Une of tli issue and the responsibility Imposed tipon him, nd would tak tint for full conaid- ration of the outhoritiee, the citfttiona of which ' ftakod to be furnished Itim by counsel of both ide. Saturday 31st. The motion to arrest the U. S. Marshal end Par 'aen Dennieon, waa argued before Judge Parker. Mr. Chaiie eontanded that the responsea of those Individuals a welt at thoir whole course of con duct, showed a deliberate attempt to violate the rder of the court. ' The Marshal responded by the admission of the eehare of Rosctta after her delivery to Mr. Van 8lyk, and justified himself on the ground thnt he was but executing bia office as U. S. Marshal. Dunfilunn rAnliA.I llmt Um fl U....A H --- ...... ..w iv uuuiiu i yj irosvcuiu Lis legal claim to the utmost, as he was the repre 'ientative of a large body of loyal, union loving people. Aftor argument from lawyora on both - aides, Judge Walker said in conclusion i "A great doal has been said about comity...

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. — 7 April 1855

Original Articles. Original Articles. For the Books. LILLA BELL. SUGGESTED BY WHITTIER'S MAUD MULLER. I'riiin2 water from out thu well JnKMny tnomtngttu id Lilla Rell. I '. .i.. ' -. Vu fippld tree above her swjrg And the birds in the llioiniiv; branches sung, ta1ng tock of sunniest lino ,JLiii shaded lie r eyo's Mischievous blue. 'A fairer firm was never seen ArrnyeJ in cniiii)3 and jew el's sheen ; 1 . Hut course find scant was her cotton gown AnJJier slender feet were baro and bio.vn. Hen Forest cSittuuwl to puss along, Biitbly singing t simple sung ; Hut when lie saw sweet Lilla Bell 'lie paused 'neath the tree that o'crhuiig tho well ! , i V - ' I . . Aud he spoke of the flowers anil birds and been And tho promise cf fruit on tho orchard trees i But a tenderer meaning was in his eye And tl blm.h on her cheek gave a sweet reply : .Loving nnd warm was each youthful heart They joyed to meet, nnd they sighed to part. Hut it chanced in his c.irringa grand and gay . A heartless world...

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. — 14 April 1855

JuililatojefB Bun - MAIMS R. ROIlIXiSOX, EDITOR. 'NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." AXX TEARSQX, PU11L1SIIIXQ AG EXT, VOL. 10. NO. 35. SALEM, COLUMDIAXA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, APUIL 14, 1S55. AVIIOLL NO. 407, ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. ADDRESS To People of the Twentieth Congressional District of Ohio. 'Fri.low Citizens: Tlio action of tlio 33 J Con ' gress will constitute an interesting chapter in tlio political history of our country. It, will nisi give character to tlio biography of many of our promi nent Statesmen. Tlio outrages it linn perpetrated upon the lawn of God, the right of humanity, the civilization of tlio ago, tho Constitution of tlio country nnd the honor of tlio people of tlio free Sta os, will excite tho wonder of coming genera-! tiuns. I Tho Conflict in Congress between the ndvoeatcs of oppression and the supporters of liberty com-1 as early as l79G,becamo deeply interesting in 1797, and occasionally attracted attention up to itwo, wnen it occamo more inteusiiied by the udop...

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. — 14 April 1855

T II 12 A N T I - S L A V K It Y li U G 1, E . Communications. INDIANA CORRESPONDENCE. ANGOLA, Steuben county. Indiana, April 4th, 1855. T ihe I.ditor of the Ragle: We have just cloned ft series of meetings in thin county, in company with our faithful co-labnrcr, Mr. Foss, w li'uli, 'udging from the amount of violent opposition we have received from iro-slavory cburchos, have been unusually effective. In our first visit to this county, ve wero encour aged to believe, from the Amount of ant'-slavcrv sentiment that seemed to pervade many of the churches, w mso doors and pulpits wore open to anti-slavery advocates, tlmt their ecclesiastical pro-slavery positions wero only nominal, and would soon yield to the principles of human rights, hu manity and truth. Hut lute demonstrations com pol us to the conclusion tlmt this confidence was without foundation tlmt we woro hoping against hope, nnd in spite of evidence. Tho Methodists, Baptists, Disciples And Presby tor'inns in this comity huvc ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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