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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 14 April 1855

TIIK ANTI-SLAVERY 1JUGLI2. NEGROES IN COUNCIL---DANGER AHEAD. The Washington Star says Hint great excitement has been caused in tho city of magnificent dis tnncos, by the discovery of the fact that n number of colored people, most nf tliem frcn, and till til Rood character hud been delected holding a pri vate mooting, the principul objector which appears to have been to raise money t purehasd thu free dom of A young woman whom her owner was will ing to sell. Tho Star gives tho following account of thin torrihlo affair: Tho entiro party were, without ceremony, es corted to tho watch houso. They prevented tho spectacle not of a company of loafers, Lut appar ently gentcol colored men. Captain Birch read to thorn t!ii law which prohibits free or slave hi icks and mulattocs, from assembling unlawfully, or incotiiig in Fe rret; the smallest lino fur which is tivo dol lars. T'ho caj tain having asked them whether they liad anything to Buy, one of the blacks requested the examination ol cer...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 14 April 1855

THE AN TI- SLAV lilt Y 1JUGLE Original Poetry. Original Poetry. For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. COME TO THE WEST. I sit in ovir quiet cottage, Ry our fircdlo cheery nnd wnrm, , With husband ntnl children around me, And lit to tlio driving storm. I seo my dear ones sheltered. But I think wliilo our firo burin bright, Of tho thousands in crowded cities, Who shiver with cold to-night I I look abroad on tho prairies Stretching from sky to sky j And think of the untold treasures That deep in their bosoms lio, But waiting the hand of labor To draw forth tho generous store, mines, More precious than perns from tho Eastern Or tho far-sought golden oro. O, come from your noisome alleys, Frun your cellars damp and low ; "Where the gulden sunshino so freely falls, And tho healthful breezes blow; Como, f.ir thoro's bread and work for nil, On this free and bounteous shoro ; Oh como, and hunger and want and woo Shall bo your guests no more. Oh como with tho Iittlo children, Lost their hcai ts grow ha...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 21 April 1855

mil .v s r..,i.T'w?,w' :' jr.iKfW tf. Rumsaoy, r.uiron. no union with tLAYniuJ.Win?.- -4.Y.V EE All SOX, ri.T.UHlIIXG AG EXT. SALEM, COLUMIJI A XA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, APIUL 21, 1S35. WHOLE NO. 408. VOL. 10. NO. 30. 1 VI ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Hon. J. K. Giildings, in his letter to tho lUnjUt save, that "the Constitution nowhero ndniits that it "is possiblo for man to bo mado iiropcrty. Xow, if this bo true, it certiiinly is difficult to find reason to charge the Constitution of being iro-aluccry, or to 'show how or whorcin it could bo mado more and. tlaeenj. Yet, a littlo farther on, ho disclaims all power for Congross ovor slavery in the Stales, any more than ovor cannibalism in New Zealand, or Circassian slavery in Turkoy. If tho Constitution nowhere admits it possible for one man to bo mado tho proporty of another; no more, cortainly, can nP . nmi'vtfnn in Rnnctinn assassination. uc o.m u. - .i,,!!,,,, nr Pirpission Slavery in the States. ' canibalisin, or Circassion oiacry iu u...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 21 April 1855

THE A N T 1 - S L A V E It Y liUGLE. one hand, while lie readied out the other nnd cx ilaimdd passionately, "Hand him to mo! I'll fix liim 1'' and she ventured to day, "don't cut him with (l.o knife!" "Hold your tongue !" said the master, "and tot tho toy ou my knee, and hold him still!" Grasping one nnele with the left linnd, ho com menced cutting small gashes through tho skin on t!ie bntuini of tlia loot. Hurry strove like a hero, kh'kod and squirmed, struck his master in tho fueo nnd f ulled his hair, hut he succeeded iu cutting tilth feet till tbe blood ran freely 1 Col V. then toll !iis son to "lead ILury out r.-iund the stable, and rounl tho pardon, and, hy a circuitous ruute, to a low, pine tree," to which he pointed, ahont twenty rods distant. Hatty was ordered to tut up a plate, of raw beef in small pieees and bring it to him, "quick as possible." Tlio Col. took tho 1 1 ito of meat in h'.s hand, and w ent tu tho kennel and unchained the mother of seven blood hmnd puppies, a...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 21 April 1855

T II E A N T I -S LA V K U Y B U (i L 12. LOUISVILLE VERSION OF THE ROSETTA CASE. Tbe Louisvillo Times, by dint unblushing falschood, labor, to got up nn excitomont in Ken. tucky, in viow of what it calls nn outrago upon Kontueky fights. Hut it is no great wondor Hint Louisville newspapers will falsify, when a pastor of; ono of her churcho, can glilily commit perjury to .consummate an net of kidnapping. Tlio Itev. Mr. Dcnnisonha, neither been fined, prosecuted, nor IJSTi though he i-cr,ainlyLorcntoocu.;i; pant of ft penitentiary coll than u Christian pulpit. The story is probably based upon tho supposition that the Louisville pastor deserves all that ,,10 Time, affirm, that ho ha, received. The following is the article from the Times: - i t... n o. n t i I...' , ... boon committod ngamst tho rights of a Kentuckmn, should call for action on tho part of tho State, tho whole South. A citizen of Kentucky tiftil Ilia nrnnorlv irfAafnil frnm lilm undnp niri'iim- 'stance, in which tho fede...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 21 April 1855

THE ANT 1-S LA VKlt Y U (j L L . Original Poetry. Original Poetry. For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. PRAIRIE FLOWERS. ' Free ns the sunshine, or tho nir, . Or summer's glad, reviving showers, They bloom in beauty everywhere, More fair th:i:i those iu princely bowers, ft.uno, like the havens' sorcnest blue, Willi white nnd iiiirplo, pink nnd gold, Ami seine aro like tho flames' fierce hue, Whoso waves in natuinn o'er iliem rolled. rrn the pale anemone, Unit breathes Its sweetness mi chill April's air, To tin: blue grntiau-Q iwer, that wreathes In sliobeiel nooks, when trees are bn.ro j Of i vory varied form nnd hue, Their refill blooms make ghvl the wild ; Sueli beauty, when the earth was new, Yy i our sinless parents smiled. Oh, treasures dearer far thnn gold, I uinrvol when your charms I see, That hearts f.r Fordid wcalih are cold, That bungs but ftrifo nod misery. Metiiihkti there are a thousand springs 01' blis s along the common way, Tor thoso v ho joy in simple things, Content in low...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 28 April 1855

-j rar-- .i.' ! M.'.. ; ? , "T:j,t I. ., ' i. i.r to amus n. noBrysoy, editor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVr.IiOLljF.r.S.': at. mar soy, vzkusmya a cxyr, VOL. 10. NO. 37. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 185;). AVIIOLL NO. 4Q0. tlxe &b era ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. From the Manchester (Eng.) Weekly Advertiser. HOW IT LOOKS TO OUR NEIGHBORS. Tui Mudsi. lUrt;i)Ue.--Tlie latest advices from America lire, wo regret to say, profoundly unsatis factory. Wp do not think no harshly of the millions of our hard kinsmen beyond the Ati.:l;o as to 'confe.nd tliBm with their nominal representative t the White Houso, or with the mans of political Ytiltlgnon who compose too large a section of the IflOuiutirs of congress. Wore it so, we might despair of America. Protectionism and piracy seom to bo the loading foatures in the policy of its president and its parliament. One of the last notabl acts in tho history of the moribund congress, which closed its eyes on the 4th of t...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 28 April 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVERY 15UGLE. Helves ready, as they ovor have done, tu nwl government in vindication of tho suprem acy of iu constitution and Uw and the ovorthrow t)f nulfcication. oonie from what quarter it may. 10th. Win. C. Bullitt, Samuel 6. Oelger. George llanoaok, and Edward llobli. aro appointed a corresponding committee, for the purpose of calling til aUontlon of me owior cuuiiugn 01 iui ouiut iai "tliis matter and invoking thoir aid hy crlling mi hieoting of the people, and seuding petitions to the ccxt L3gislature, This oiimiuittoo nro also instructed to visit Frank fort on the eocond Monday of tlio session of tlic Legislature aud there lay our resolution! and pro ceedings lie fore them. To the 6th rendition we ask particular attention. nd while about it we would advise the nu n who composed the Jefforsontown meeting, to overhaul their own Stato law, and whoivthcy find the stnt trto which prohibits freo negroos from coin in it to Kentucky, "to mike a note ou't" and we think the...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 28 April 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. SLAVE BROUGHT TO N. Y. BY THE STEAMER JAMESTOWN. FURTHER PARTICULARS. After enpj'mg the account ff the escape and the efforts of tho captain cf the Jamestown to roelaim Lor, the Anti-Slavery Standard of this week adds: " There are tome errors in this statement, though it In, in tho main, correct, which we are enabled to rectify, Mr, Drum, who tent the second steward on iKiard the Jamestown, having called upon us, and given, both by word of mouth and in writing, tho true version of the affair. The Post seems not to be awnre that the woman, whose nnmo is Harriett had her child with her, which, like herself, was, of course, a slave, and with her is now froe. Harriett bolongod to Washington, where her husband, a free man, now resides. She was, how ever, at service in Richmond, whero hnr mistress, who was on a visit to Norfolk, sent for her. She embarked on board the Jamestown, with tho con sent of her employer, and in obedience to tho or ders of her mistress to j...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 28 April 1855

tmm T II E A NX i-SLA V E It Y li U G L E . Miscellaneous. GOSSIP ABOUT CHILDREN. Tii r curious ntnus, these children, very unfittiiomable little fountains of being,' aud do and say very strange things. Tbcy arc oil eye. all eur, soma locomotion, part tongue, nuil coiisidcrtM philosophy. llivo tlioiu promises, and away they go, on world-circling trucks of ratiocination, landing lngi- cully somow hero nut in intinito space, whore older spirits tin I it Uillk-ult to keep companion-hip villi them, or lock-ally to break nwav from tliem. Teach ono of iheui that God is omnipotent nnd hoars prayer and uduiila to conference Willi bim even a child; the tiix you know, you lire surpris ed at tlio practio tl nnnlioaliou of the doctrine. A merry littlo girl whom we know, now just turned of four, wandered into a vacant and silent room of her house with n singular look of solemn adventure in her face, an I closed the dour behind her. Her mother, who bad caught a passing tiunpse ot her countenauvo,...

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. — 5 May 1855

fr TIT (Lire MA MI'S R. KOniXSOX, EDITOR. "No cnion with slaveholder?," a xx rrarsox, ri'mjsittxb Atinxr. VOL. lO.NQ. 38. SALEM, COLUMMANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1S55. WHOLE NO. 500'. TV A ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. From the American Freeman. EMIGRATION TO VIRGINIA. A friend has called upon us, saying, tlint ever since we published the advertisements, some weeks since, of farms for snlo in Virginia, his tnoughts .vro boon upon ttu subject of emigrating to that 'region. Ha wishes us to call attention to this mat- l'tfic again. r.niigrutiotl, whether 0 Illinois, or Kansas, or Virginia, rs a question that has two sides. Thero rn ndvnntnrvna n.l rli'tailr! vftTI falirAfl cnniinntpri with suoh a movement. We propose, very briefly, in! this article to stats to our friend and all others nnnf.in. nt fr.ll nf ria 1 ftn.l ofpnal.l anrl h.i- tFPI.n. nrn numpi-.MK nnj n VM. Tll winter are short and the summers lonir. thus cori-1 traiting favorably with our tedious winters of six months and our...

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. — 5 May 1855

T II H A N T 1 - S L A V 13 It Y T U G L H . m called to order by tlie Chair, when he declared lie wm not .An Abolitionist and not a member ol the Convention, and sat down. 4Mer II. CWk next addressed t'ne meeting. "Orson 8. Murray then took tho platform. This gentleman evidor.tly studies to imitate C. C. Bur loigh in hi dress, innnner of w easing his hair nnd beard, nnd In ffispenslng with ri cravat. He i, V. mover, Burleigh somewhat over-done. Ho an nnunccd that ho wns nn ex-Baptist, nnd hnd former ly been editor of tho D:ptint organ in Vermont. Ho laid down tho proposition that we must not inako finalities of Constitutions nnd Scriptures : we must place man first, nnd nil ennstitetiuns and hooks n'f tor wards. The Bible was pro-slavery as well a tinti-sln-very it took both sides. True, that biok contained some good things. It declar ed "Whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them." A very pood thine hut uttered by Icocratcs iCO jenrs before it was said by...

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. — 5 May 1855

tt..iW..'.L.S THE ( A NT I - S L A V I i 11 Y . 15 UGLK they had a work to lo( to go unhesitatingly to work und they should find the world bowing to Ood's chosen instrument. Duly no innn or woman Could tliovo (iside without doing a wrong to his own eoul. Ood helped thoso who helped thomsolvcs, nud those who wort Kady to help their brothron. In conclusion, "I charge you to seo to it, that tha chain of bondnge in broken, nnd then, hut not till then, may tho blessings of the Father rest upon us nil, and upon our native land." On motion of Mr. Krnst, tho thank of the Con vention wore then tendered to the reporters. ll was moved that immediately after tho valedictory, the Couvention adjourn tint die. Tha President, Mr. Julian, then delivered A brief but appropriate valedictory address. Immediately after the close of the Convention, the beautiful boquct which had boon gathered by Miss Antoinette L. Drown from the garden of Mr. Krnst, and which had adorned the desk during the evening, was ...

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. — 5 May 1855

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE Original Original For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. A TALE OF THE OLDEN TIME. . In low cottage in the Northumbrian district ill .England, lived a Priest. His lire would have been almost solitary, but tor tho numbers that Hooked tu his confessional ; for absolution of Father Hoaiicair seemed surer tnlvation, than of any other in ilio whole district. lie was one of tho very few upright, conscientious priests. Seldom did one in ' trouble or affliction come to confess At his bumble altar, without receiving words of sympathy and consolation, and renewed strength for the ceaseless battle of life. The repentant, erring ono would meet such strong and eirnost appeal for the right, such piayers against temptation and sin, Is left no doubt that his sins were pardoned. And few indeed were found sufficiently hardened to brave a second rebuke from Father Beaucair. Notwithstanding bis popularity with the poor and weak, many of whom would have risked their lives all they had for hi...

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. — 12 May 1855

' -mmmtom ij nn.iWjL.1 l us i' ''-'l'",'ri.i.t v1"' Tmm.'i . .i . rrwys '. iai")ni,"i ' w-.'i. ' m.iJ-snxr.rwm..A it' im in .u.inmi. ." I. "NO UNION WITH SLAYF-HOLD-KBS" a.x pears ox, rccusmxQ agext. M.UUL S n. noinxsox, EDITOR. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1S35. WHOLE NO. 601.. .VOL. 10. NO. 39. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. FURTHER ENORMITIES COMMITTED BY THE WESTERN SAVAGES. To day we publish an account from ft Missouri paper of certain remarkable proceedings which were hvl lately at lirkvilln in tho northwestern part of Missouri. The violence and robbery committed, and tho ptoparatiuns for dolibei :ilo .murder, form a fitting sequel to tho late exploits of the Missourians in Kansas. 'Justice, like chnrity should begin at home. It is not worth whilo to make a great outcry about wrongs committed on American cititens abroad, whilo the civil authority fails to protect American citizens from far greater wrongs in their own country. If tho lives of ouf own countrymen are no...

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. — 12 May 1855

Such i.,rnl. . .1. 7V; ...1 t,; ... .L . V " .......... .... ,.. iinu-fuHfij voirrs, vvnuaro " iiiiimu nn.i.u irx.ii inuir great nim, ny i lie iuin :n:..b:'. .t-h'h e7 t rrr f r 7 , ' r .l"uI!",.,t'n1",1 IViih-i,. Id . . : ,1 . " ! .i,t"1 r'Kw " l,T. ,: I.' '-,.," rn,,,!,l,',! V lmm-im-y. V c i.rl K a r .' i'"- ! , J Ahun, !',,r principle nnd policy ; while the Party that chum. i .1 .ijidj... . luinunii u. iii. nnir sacred ?iiui:.ilititiK, in unworthy f it. But, it is largo enough In fLt'.rtit-ii)to the nnmr, ko that, while seeking W dne-t them of it. wo uro lb liire.l to dp. innate ourselves as the Free or Imlopoiulai.t !oino i-aey. Tho title in preferable to that ol" Kcpublirnu n n n!iiiioii on", i f-en nppropiift'ej in our po lilies iiv dineputablc associations, niul of hue be- ruma o: im vioiw import, on necoont ot ua connei tnm wuli Kw.,v Nothin gisin. We fear that where H now obl.:i:-:f, it designate h ci mprund, in wliirl tbe clement of Independent. Piinoimry IK out wiii lic....

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. — 12 May 1855

A REV. RUFFIAN. N great publU outran can well be cr.miniltcd without the aid of hypocritical and unprincipled riet. The following is a speech of one of (Ii'ik awirt inciting the Missouri slaveocrate lo their out rageous invasion of Kansas. The apeakor U re f ortetl M the Rererend Leander Kerr. The speech was made at Platte Cltj, Mo., on the eve of the late election In Kansas. The Rev. Leander Kerr ii a true joke follow of the Rev. Henry M. Dm nison i Do gentlemen talk of lawful anl honorable mean to orevent all this man of eastern nbominv tion, moral, eooial, and infidel, from entering among roil f If a midnieht robber wore to attempt to break into my quartors, I would avail myaolf of 'the moit ejfuieni moans at my command to ex pel him. I would not nit down and ponder upon hun rable or lawful means; the only law I would rec ognise in the cane would he the law of aolf-presor- 'vation. Talk not of honorable and lawful monus lave the law of aelf preservation, against men who trample a...

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. — 12 May 1855

T 11 15 A N T I - S L A V E It Y R U C L E . The Anti-Slavery Bugle. ARE THESE THINGS SO? There is solicitude felt lest the awakened inter est in the subject of Education may ultimate in o'twb(hInj not wished, nor anticipated by the Phi lanthropist - ... 'A "thorough eMirse" is muoli upoken of, end a thorough course Is practiced, do fur t. roeitnls a knowledge of the contents of hooks is cnccrnod. A question ought to ho put to every teacher and rtudont, "Which Is the desideratum, to understand Principles, end inike the application ns Tnste or NccosUy may require? Or to commit to memory nnd so become familiar with details, the Applica tion of which, for practical purposes, is not known, nnd which, therefore, must soon be forgotten?" 'It in the order of the day to go into details, hut with all the a 1 lei c.ira and expenditures, it may lie doubted whether intellect is expanding as some morose. It is well worth the enquiry, what is gained in morals. Tho sut face nimifct uions are grati...

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. — 19 May 1855

Hxuwa r. Ronrxsox, editor. "NO UNION WITH SfLAVr.IIOLI r.KS." AXX PEARSOX, PUBUSniXQ AGEXT, VOL. 10. NO. 10.- SALKM, COLUMMAXA COUNT!, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1S.33. WHOLE NO. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. A FRIENDLY HINT. Kd. Bcoi.s: The following tliouirhts worn r,. . , .... " gcswu on reading A true Btory" by I. 1'ierco. n n - - - rt 'the Alliance Ledger. They were written for iD.mer. but wht.ll.nr il.a V,l,ir.,,i;,l i i unnroval of thom m... . , . . . .. . '"fi'ooieu 10 "a .uom with lam, is not remomherod. Amos Gn.tiERT. Th question at issue is simply this: May we do evil to tecuro a good t May wo rioluto a moral rulo, to attain a moral result? When wo can make Light out of Darkness, Heat out of Cold, cause bodies to rocede from their gravitating cen tre, we shall hare encouragement to try the prin ciple in its.relation to morale. I. P., is too observing and reflecting to be told that no free, element rises above its source; or that like bogete its like : as abstractions he adnrts both. S...

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. — 19 May 1855

THE ANTl-SLAVEUY BUGLE 3'he efforts df tlio Society hud been directed tornr-l ry out the great piim-ijlro of tho American nnti Wavery focioty as promulgated nt Philadelphia, Doc. 4, 1833 on Christian principles "until high er mm nro demanded by tlio exigencies of the cause." Tito rcpi.n also stated that a lorgo portion of the Society and of the Committee arc now itn- jiressed with the belief that more direct efforts rhauld bo mado than heretofore for the nbolition of ".lvery in the United States; thnt the sinfulness ilhyivbty nnd unconstitutionality of human sla very should bo inculcated. The establishment of n uevv Society, called tho "Abolition Society of 7s cw York city nnd vicinity," was favorably re ferred to; the object of which was stated to lie "to sc.oiro the im na linto nn I unconditional abolition of American Slavery Tho report further Mate that the only hore of the peaceful nbolition ol Shivery seems to rest in the adoption of sucb prin ciples with corresponding action b...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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