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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 17 July 1846

SLAVERY BUGLE, 1 i!D vmua WUX ei'yIISSw SALtiM, OHIO, Fill PAY, JULY 17, lsi( VOL l. NO. 51. rr - . . - .... , , i ... . ANT I-SL A V M II Y DU G L J' . Published every Friday at Salem, Coi.cmiiiana Co., (). JAM ICS HARXAUY, Jr., GenrraUlgent. H K.X.I AMIN S. JONES, i J. ELIZABETH JONES, h"lT"n- Kfij.Vl remlllanris In lie made, and all letter relalina to the peniniari affairs if lir paper, la he niA.Vr.w. (post paid) In the General vrn. (-iHHinuiittvi'i'in intended for laser tiontobcuddressul lt I lie J'.dilnrs. OCr'l'uns: !,50 per annum, nr UO.no if not paid within six months of the time of subscribing. AnviiRTisKMKNTS miking less than a squnro inserted three timers for 73 cents: one square $1. I'tnLisiitNO Committkk : Samuel Ilrooko, George Guretso", Janus Rirniby, Jr., David L. Galbreath, Lot Holmes. From the Emancipator. SYMPATHY FOR GOV. PRATT. His Excellency, Thos. G. Prull, of Prince George's enmity, llie present Governor of thu State of Maryland, chosen liy t!io " true Lib e...

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 July 1846

as to this union as assertad by Senator Hous ton, and said annexation having originated in a desire to increase the slave power as ad mitted by J. C Calhoun when Secretary of State, and having commenced by aggressions of the United States upon Mexico is an act which for baseness and winked atrocity, is unsurpassed by that of any professedly civil ized or christian nation. Resolved, That we believe it to be the du ty of every philanthropist and christian to avoid all participancy in this unrighteous war. These resolution were adopted with one dissenting Voice, (the gentleman above nam GENERAL ARMISTICE. RAVENNA, July 13th, 1846. Dear Friends: In accordance with friend Dickinson's re quest, I will give my recollections of Mr, Lewis1 remarks, as they differ somewhat from ti is account of them : Mr. Lewis suited " that a fourth political party was about to be formed; that he had, within the last forty-eight hours, read a letter written by S. S. Foster, the leader of the Die- unionists 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 July 1846

LIBERTY PARTY IN NEW YORK. W. V. Brown, in giving an account lo tlio editor of tlio A. S. Standard -jf a ennven lion which Lilmrty party held in New York fur the purpose of ascertaining its posilion, nays: "Heriali Green saiil tint the Liberty party was not dead, that as long as two remained in the party.it was a party. William Good rll said, that of the fifteen thousand votes that were cast for the party, in '4 I, there were not, in his opinion, more than five thousand in the party at the present time, and that they would never return upon the old track that something must he done to bring them hack." Some of the leaders proposed the formation of a Liberty League, but after discussing the proposition for two days it was rejected The wholo cry during the convention was, ' What shall we do, what will become tnf the Liberty party J the Liberty party is tlcad ! " (tOj- The Signal of Liberty states that the Banooii Gazette, a Liberty party paper, is a supporter o( the present villianous...

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 July 1846

POETRY. A YANKEE'S NOTION ABOUT ENLISTING Thrash nwnv, rou'll have lo mlllo On them kittle drums o' yourn 'Taint n know-in' kind o' cattle Tint is kotehed with mouldy corn ; Put in Rti'T, ymi filer feller, Let folks see how spry ynu bo Guess you'll tool till you are ycller 'Fore you git ahold o' mo ! That fro flue's a lectio rotten, Hope it aiiit your Sunday's best Fact ! it takes a sight o' cotton To stud' out a noser's chest ; Since wo farmer:) havo lo pay for't, Kf yon tniiHt wear humps like those, Sposin' you should try salt hay for't, It w ould do as slick as grease. 'Twnuldn'l suit thorn Southern fellers, They're a dreadful graspin' set, Wo must elh rs blow the hellers When they want thrir irons hot; May ho it's all right as preaehin', lint my narves it Kind o prates, When I sec the ovcrreaehin' O' them nigger-drivin' States, 1 hem llial rule us, them slave-traders, Haint they cut a tluinderin' swarth, (Helped hy Yankee. renegadors,) Through the vartu o' the North ? Wo begin t...

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 July 1846

SLAVERY BUGLEo il era jll. x ja VOL i. . - . ..... SA'.EM, OHIO, nillVlY, JULY '21, kiw iMi rtiwt ' ISIC. NO ANTI-SLAVERY JIUGLE , . . .Published every Friday at Sai.km, Columbiana Co., O. JAMES HARNAUY, Jr., Genrral .Jgent. UEN'JAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIAI1ETII JONES, Editors. (fCj.HI remittances In be made, and all letters relating lo the pecuniary affairs of thr paper, 'to be addressed (post paid) to the (iencral 'Jgent. Communications intrnileil fur in&er i'inn to be addressed to the Editors, O-Tehms: $1,50 per annum, or 80,00 if not paid witliin six months of the time of stihscrihin g. Advertise vk nts making less than a square - inserted throo times for cents: onn Square $1. Pt'Bi.isiirNo Committee : Samuel Brooke, Genrga (5 irrelson, Junes Hirniby, Jr., David L. Ci.il lireat li , Lot Holmes. 3. a. iAXi!0' laiTTlC'IL DOUGLASS IN ENGLAND. verse gives a report a Great Anti-Slavery Meeting, reeenily held in Finsbury (.'Impel, in London, in which Dnng hiss the chief speaker. In th...

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 July 1846

the strong as.iurai.ci s given til it t'.iij would ln aii Anti-Slavery meeting lulled my sus picions lo sleep; t-1 ; i s i p t ' 1 1 1 ! y , wlu ii a circu lar was sci.t out from Cincinnati a few wee ks previous to the inectiiur, staling licit the liu cl ing was not to bo tl exclusively ef Liberty men, tho iiic;l v.Ml so strongly fixed upen my mind tli::t it would net bo a parly meeting, llial I lenl my name by t-irt.itiy the circular. Hut wlirn Preston asked bat kiiul of Q meeting it was to lie, Ibis Circular was produced to show licit tin; 'character of the meeting w as to bo Liberty pirly , then, for tlio first time, the full moaning of the circular, together Willi its object, flashed upon my liiind. Hut as my name was niTiccl lo it, I saw that my hands were tied, and licit I must submit patiently. A project was introduced into this Conven tion which evidently bid for itn object tbo destruction of llio Stile Anti-Slavery sneio ties. They w ere to lie superceded by a Mis sissippi ...

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 July 1846

uo surprise! to lorn lint llio Deacon li.nl some keen words uttered in hi p.ir by his constituency. '1'npro were loud throats the next ilny tli.it n meeting s!l0,i. ,0 held, cen suring liim. l)i,t I have not heard of any such proceedings. A parly censure any one from whom it in.iy look fur a vote ! Prepos terous ! Wc were driven, according to order, to tho office door; lint having no business within, wo, of course, did not ulilit. Uut tho horse was tahpn from the thill, and we remained in thn buggy, discoursing with our friends, while there was much t ill; and bins ter about iho mode of gelling 3 before thn court. Many propositions were made and re jected, till, finally, the Deacon came to tho iloor, and making Hi,, thresh hol.l the judge's lirnch, begjn reading what I pres'imc was llm .complaint. After he had . nished reading, ho inquired whither I was "guilty or not j guilty?' I replied, if ho would come tu me in n .iu,m i in inner i s i in, i 02 nappy to converse I with him on an...

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 July 1846

POETRY. THE HORSEBACK RIDE. BY MISS SARA J. CLARKE. When troubled in spirit, when weary of life, W lion I faint with iH burdens and shrink from its strife ; When its i ruin, turnrd lo ashes, nre mocking n.v t istr. Ami in i'.irril 'ci n serins hut n desolate w.ixlf : Thru ennir ye nut near inn, my sud heart to cheer Willi Ihn low words of friendship, or sympa thy's :r ir ! No ronnsel I ask, and no pity I need But bring me, oh, bring me, a gallant young sicca, With his high arched neck, and his nostril w ido, His eye full of lire, and his step full of pride! As I spring to his hack, as I seize the strong rem, The strength of mv spirit rnturneth again; The bonds are all hroken that fettered my iiilnu, And my cares home away on the wings of the u mil ! My pride lifts its head, for a season bowed down, And the iuren in my nature now puts on her crown! Now we're off, like the winds, to the plains whence they came, And the rapture of motion is thrilling' my frame ! What a wild thought of ...

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 July 1846

PUBLISHED KVfcKV FRIDAY AT SMM, COLUMBIAN CO., OHIO JAMES BARXADY; Jr . General jgtni. BENJAMIN 8. JONES,-'. J. t,Liz,ABEI'H JO N'ES, 5 . 1 CBLwitNO CoMS'lTtEB : Samuel Brooicc, George O.rtr,too.-'j.ino B.irnabv, Jr.. I'anu n. uuiuream, ruot jioimes. U Communications. CINCINNATI, July 4, 1846. 5fj Me Elitari of the Anii-Stavery Bugle ,. ; Uka FbiKnds:- Through- yorur column fef June 26, Dr Bailey has.Tjeen very sevore- ly censured in your editorhl remarks, and a) woji rssoimi'ja passej at tiis Anniversary Meeting of the O. Am. A. S. Society, in to-, lation to his fonn9 about the Mexican war. ,-A eupporteM of the Bridle, Bnd memberj'! of tho SocieivV wo write TliU io utk t'ou to (rite l)r, B. an opportunity to reply through. your" piper to the charges made against hira j fairness demanda that the Mmo reader that, see the. charges; should likewise see the dt-fenae ) for Ite , Truth is tho grand thing to be sought for. ' " '- ' 'r ' ir oniy bsk a Hearing lor me uootor : we by no means ...

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 July 1846

interests of his country." Several gentlemen wished the resolution so amended at to die tinguish between treason to his country and treason to his principles. All agreed that C. M. Clay had betrayed the principles he had been advocating, but several gentlemen (and among them Rev. Mr. Strccter and Mr. Ten ney,. of Auslinburgh,) did not regard him a traitor in the sense of Benedict Arnold's trea- I have already said that I introduced no resolution relating to Mr. Clay. My refer ence to him was in this manner.' It will be ' recollected that 1 was speaking upon an Anti Mexican War Pledge, got up bj the women of Lake county. In the Course of my remarks 1 showed the object of the war, the means by which it was carried en, nd the expense lo which the country would be subjected for it support. I then alluded to the course of Cassius M. Clay, id volunteering his fervi ces to the government to carry on this war which he had himself denounced as emphati . cally a. war for tin extension of tlav...

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 July 1846

Decidedly Cool. The editor of the Cleveland American bears false witness against hia neighbor, and when that neigh bor wishes to correct It is misrepresentations, he denies him the right to do so in the co. lumns of his paper, because, forsooth, bo will not permit his veracity to bs so impugn ed. We havo yet to learn 1'iat the veracily of the American is of en unquestionable kind ; we tire Inclined to place both that and its de cency among questionable tilings. Wm R. Richardson Discharged. This person who was charged with kid napping becatisa be took back a fugitive slave from Clerelund, has bad a hearing on a writ of Habeas Corpus, and been discharged. We anticipated this result, Inasmuch as we believed that Richardson, instead of violating any constitutional provisions, acted in con formity with them, and with the decisions of the Supreme Court. Tho following opinion of the Judge, we think no sophistry can overturn; and if the people of Ohio wish a different state of things, if th...

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 July 1846

Poetry. For the Bugle. THE FIRMAMENT. BY T. WICKERSHAM. Who does not love to gazit above, When heaven's vault of blun, It lighted high (ho Rtar-tiy lit by, AH glorious to view 1 The lucid nir all glorious there Willi star-bespangled light How placid seetrs ervh ray that beams Upon tha silent mglitl Through all the nlglit their twinltlinglfght t-omet gleaming Iroin Blurt' With constant jjlow, to ui below, How beautiful they are ! God's coronet with je wis set, So seems the sky above, As gently Rhine Ihss gems divine, Liko beaming of bis lovo. How full of grace must be the face Of him Alio lighted thpm And mado each one a glowing sun To deek his diadeui ! How great bis mind who has designed And formed those star-lights grand, And thus displays to mortal gizo Creations of lus lu n-l 1 When not n sound is henrd around Benoath tho heaven's broad, Who can survey bis grjnd array. And say " liiero is iu God " f Who can explore the night-sky oVr, And not on Him reflei .:, Who was ere man his...

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 August 1846

riBMsailD I.VERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLIWDIAM CO., OHIO. JAM Hi BAUNABY, Jr., Vrneral .;'. BlvN.t AMIN S. JONES. .1. F.Ll.ABKTll JONL'S. J PtmisntNo Committee: Samuel Brooke, George Oarrrlson, James Barnaby, Jr., David L. Galhrealh, Lot Holmes. From the Charter Oak. The Great Conflict. Tito gresit question of tliis age in litis country is that of Freedom in conllict with Oppression. It i9 now thoroughly up for decision, nnd (iod, wo believe, will give us no rest in this land, till this question is de rided. And for many reasons the contest is one of the deepest interest. Estimate (lie forces engaged. On the one liand, there has never hecn a system of op pression so compact and firmly consolidated, so well fortified, nnd capahle of such resist ance to every form of assault, as this system of American Slavery. There have been oth er systems of bondage on earth, as extensive, perhaps ns bitter n9 this ; but none so deeply rooted and so firmly knit together none so well prepared at every ...

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 August 1846

title of Infidelity. And be it known to till the reulcrs of the Bugle that there ia an as sociation of mm in tha Pr.-sbytcrnn Cliurcli io Ynungstmvn who are trying to pilm them, selves off upon tlio community as Christi ins, who urn mom thorough-oning Ii,.'.,lrls than r.j club, avowedly such, in the fit y of New York. Anil tlio Cict that Stephen S. Foster anil his eonlj'.tors am at antipodes with thrse Infidels, places Ihem in their trim position tils'", nii'l th-it if, fiirly tn irs'ullod on tlio silrt of Christianity, laboring for tar- p-vir slave with Ftot;t hearts and with untiring perseverance. WILSON S. THORN. HARVEYSBURGH, Warren County, O. To all who read the Bugle, but more to sundry new Subscribers. E3T-.EMSD FniZNDS : Si'Vit.iI of you will doubtless recollect when yon Subscribed for the Bug'c, of ex prosr.insj n dos;re and a lionri lint by reading the paper yon should b aV.o ts find out th ground ef difference b -f.vosn J.in.'.nin'v an Lihir'y fr'y r.Snit'frnb'.i. T ams e...

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 August 1846

thnt surrounds tl rm, until they uli.k in ever Listing night 1 Oil let Ihe ' Lamp of Life " be eif VittfiJ in tin ir midst, let us send llin unwearying hand of lovo to keep it trimmed end burning, that their wandering leet rmy bn directed to the Cross where ever fl hv Ilia streams of love and merry fur guilty tnm, ' Is it not most strange tint with this fiet constantly before tis, so many seem insensi ble to ll e obligations rpsiin;; upon llirtn to furnish their S"rvants with the mcmi of sil v.ition; mid that we rest satisfied while mi little is done hy ns fur their deliverance from fint Who of us can say with the Apostle Paul, a it respects nur servants, weare 'clear from the bl tod nf nil men ;' for such are the peculiar relation wo viistain to mir ser vants, that we cannot neglect them and be guiltless of the hlood of their souls. Wo do neglect them, and if this criminal neglect con tinue, as sure as the'e is a judgment, so sure will their blood bo required at our hands. We ore p...

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 August 1846

POETRY. The Conqueror and the Murderer. BY MRS. M. A. LIVERMORE. " A3 yon were l.nrn n king, mid I privite mm. you have Ii-"n able to become nmlghtl- rr robber than I." .iltnmder a:i'l Ue .Vy- t'i'ri. Mr heard l?l ' tc T!i" rli' ir Inim, lli i',lll"'lt llir v Tlir 11 ih .!' l'"' 11 y clarion a hi ist, .'s 8t irt'ir j; .e il. . - of t.issing plumes, , rt r sin I . II.' hm-klr.! 'in liN 'lurnw'.-.r-.l mail, UN er. s'cd n. dm in1! iiirl.l, Spurring his fiery r'n;--:, where Ley .;iro.-..t the h.,lllc-li.'ld. A-.i.l tin S r-r v; " rl bests lie d.'slll'd. rtof.l f' m.'.'il through iIip air, ir.y a -'- im mi -n's r. . i i I righlartn, . r Iirv- i .ir. r-h.no troil wiili iron Im if Ami r, rinlril ci ii i v t i ii lT heap, ll; ''.u lis hal'i'-il i rivers lt the d : liloc.l that rushi t.r .p. Ami liirj lh."V n,-. v. illi gushing sings, Wi'h 1"'. .!',;! f.vrcl-v.vi ! I lyrm ; for In. ii llifv w iv: l!i. airy daiiea1, An I L;iiM.,1 f -L 1 1 tires; 'I'n him, u h.vr I UU liun-lrf! down, Wt- l.r ....

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 August 1846

I'LHLISIIED KVERY 1'BlDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMKS DARXAUY, Jr., Central Jgent. IHIN.IAMIN S. JONRs, I. KLFAI1KTII JONF.S, EnlTu PiRl.tsiiiNn Committee: Samuel llrooke, George Garrotson, James llarnaby, Jr., David L. Galhrcath, Lot Holmes. From the Congregational Journal. SPEECH OF MR. HADDOCK. OF HANOVER. On the Resolution of Mr. Hale. in reference to Slavery, in the House of Representatives. June 30. Mr. Speaker: I am not forward to ask Iip par of the House; I trust that, keeping within the limits prescribed to the members by the Hole adopted yesterday, I shall not .......... :. I-., 1 1 i i .... nc.ii; ii. inuoeu i enjoy so miicn oi me nr- gnment, wit and eloquence of Rentlemen nhout me, that I sometimes really forgot that I have any thin? else to do here but to listen. There are subjects, however, upon which, m a citizen of an intelligent free .Slate, and moro especially as one of the Representatives ,.f the stat of the principal library Institution f New Hampshire,...

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 August 1846

Communications. Communications. Liberty Party---No. 4. Events uro thickening like tlie fall intr leaves of Autumn. Developcincnls rapidly following upon tho heels of each otlic r i 1 1 1 i eato tli.it Liberty party an 1 its great idol l!io American Slaveholding Church are 1 ri veil in somo parts of our country quite to despe ration. Tim Piiesls nro I'm sentinel up in ill u ramparts of the Bulwarks " the comman ders of the forces tho generals that direct tlieir operations. These Liberty party men rally around them, forming tl:o Swiss guard wliich protects their sacred persons, but driv en to tho wall Hko l'riest liko nrm with out any truthful argument to sustain them selves, they uiiblushiugly resort to the black est falsehoods, tho foulest slander, the mokt wicked frauds. Tho Priest plays the dema gogue, and the politician becomes a mounte bank, both playing " such fantastic tricks be fore high heaven as would make the Angels weep."' The Rev. E J ward Smith recently st it"d in one o...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 14 August 1846

liven should n Mil of Impeachment lie found l.y Congress, yet the decision of the court would raniiiin in full forco until the officer who gave it was proved guilty, rind the net formally 11 n nulled . No one, we presume, is disposed to deny that decisions may he reversed cither ly llie judgo who made them, or by his successors. This, however, disproves nothing we have said, for until Ihey are reversed they remain binding, they aro tho constitutional law of 1ho land ns per agreement of the people ; and it is all tho same, so far as their binding force is concerned, whether they are pro-slavery or anti-slavery ; for though Liberty party may deny having agreed toahida by the decisions of the Supremo Court, tho pooplo acknowl r.dgo tho obligation as written down in the bond. If the editor of the Emancipator meant only to say, that as a decision might bo reversed, it was no longer binding after it wus reversed, that what was yesterday pro nounced constitution is not necessarily re garde...

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 August 1846

POETRY. For the A. S. Bugle. "No Union with Slaveholders." The Watchword of Freedom and Progression. BY WM. HAYWARD, JR. Pass nn llie watchword ! Pass it on ! In thunder tones let it bo heanl ; From Maine to (list ml Oregon, The soul of Freedom shall be stirred. Beyond the Eaolk's power of wing 1'rogression 4 pinions heaven-wardwecp; And millions yet in jt.y sh'ull sing Where millions now are doomed to weep. Pass on the watchword ! Cry aloud. Though priest anil layman turn aside Progression shall dispel the cloud And show their anti-christian pride. Yes, the whole ' Brotheihood of Thieves," Co-partners in the horrid plan, Shall, like the blighted fig tree's leaves, Wither before the Son or Man. Pass on the watchword ! Pass it on! Till from the mountains to the sea Freedom's bold champions rest upon Tho field of glorious victory. Progression's flag of heavenly blue The Stars of Freedom shall display, While Slavery's Stripes of crimson hue In Freedom's light shall fado away. Pass on t...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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