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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 January 1856

-JtjelD of JUcfotil. 1 Lawrence, Saturday, Jan. 25, 1826. PRINTERS FESTIVAL. " 1 rHTT f?f if 1 n C; , : . ; T H f! H J T r ;ITCttJ fBOOCSArmCAltT rOSTHZ HZSALD The one hundred and fiftieth birthday of FjukuxB was' celeb rated by theJrint ers of Lawrence, on the evening of the 17th insL, at the Cincinnati House: A select company, consisting of the Edi tors arid Printers of . Lawrence, invited guest, and a goodly sprinkling of ladies, asssemhled at 9 o'clock. The supper a tip-top one was prepared by Ladies Huao .& Hall, proprietresses of the House. After ample justice had been done to the "good things" under which the table groaned, the "feast of reason and flow of soul " began. G. W. Baoww, Esq., of the Herald of J Freedom, was -chosen Chairman; and Messrs. R. G. Elliott, of the Free State, and JiMS Rkdpatx, Correspondent of the Missouri Democrat, appointed Secre - taries. On motion, it was resolved that a toast master and regular toasts be dis pensed with ; that each one read hi...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 2 February 1856

t : i ; .1 u eate cir-f it. La-irm-3ut, are, JCU- lave II of 1 a ried ; a as iblei our y a , J and J 5tl7 U any des oo a ) Lnr sa$. of; iaa our the tnd eat or- rpe iof md 3th re-er- Iso lso aJ 23- mt to rst in. or- no uth3 i 1 L- ; ; : : - ' ' "'"". "VT '''- .: - ' ' ' ;, - ' -' ! ,' ' ' ' ' " . ' ' ' BY G. W. BROWN & Selected oefry. Tne Evening Hearth-Stone. now we gather 'round it, For the toiling day is done, And the gray nd solemn twilight Follows down the golden sun ; Shadows lengthen on the pavement. Sulk like giant through the gloom, Wander past the duity c-isement, Creep around the fire-lit room ; - Draw the certains, clo.e the ahatter. -.. ... ? i i a ' Though the nide winds loudly m-tter, . riace me suppers vj iae nr w but care we for wind sprite's ire f What care we for outward seeming, Fickle fortune's frown or smile, If around us love U beaming i Love can human ilia beguile. 'Neath the cottajre roof ud palace, From the peasant to the king, All are quaffing from life...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 2 February 1856

lif-W of f l-ee5ph). ' 6. W. BROWtf, Editor. Lawrence, Saturday, Fei. 2, 1856. Close of the Volume. : This number closes the 6rst volume of the Herald of. Freedom,-and with it expires the subscription of all our sub scribers who commenced with the first number, .save those who have renewed their subscriptions, or who have paid for more than one year7; The first number was Jssued froni our Courier, oce, in , , Peansylyania,:and dawd from Kansas on rihrflfit jofbcin. .".The 2J num ber was issued 'the first week, in January 1855. .: In con.eqitericev of circumstan ces which we could not control, numbers have been missed, and instead of closing the, volume in December, as wo would have done had there been no delays, it . hasten prolonged to the first week in February: The suspensions in November j and December were sources of great an-j nojance to our readers,' who were look- j ing. so impatiently for every item of. in- j tellteencc from this distant field of :all- absorbing interest ; ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 2 February 1856

Lawrence, Saturday, Yti, 2, 1856. xsiavery not Toieratea. The press in the East, and letter -writers from Kansas, have seriously misrep resented the chaiacter of our State Con stitution, and liave done the free State settler gross injustice in consequence of su"h representations. They say the Constitution tolerates the existence of slarerv for avimited Deriod. Such is - - --j - . j , - t not the fact,', and uch was not the de sign of the Constitutional Convention. l to us pcosuic w uia&c men tuuia tions from that instrument in proof of our position. The Bill of Rights, Art. I, Sec. 6, says: "There shall be no Slavery in this cj. : i .. . . l o-ue, uur mvuiuuutry wrvnuae, unices for the punishment of crime. So careful were the delegates to that .convention to close up every avenue by which slavery might claim the protec tion of . law, . they expressly provided m Sec. 21st of the tarae Article quoted above, that - No indenture of any negro, or mu latto, made and executed out of th...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 2 February 1856

v - -' 1 i ; thenee . w - -9 -- 5 -..-. 3$e KelrqlS of ree9oh).V Lawrfncf Saturday Feb. 2... 1856. Emigration frcxa Virginia. The Frontier News- tales that Dr. Seiner, of .Virginia,, was on hi . way with several other gentlemen to Kansas, to mate preparations for' tho location of one thousand persons, wno purpose emi grating thither from Eastern Virgima thi tall sixty femflie being from Rielimon J, thirty from 8 aumon, fifty from : Rappa hannock, and the remainder fiorn lh &iii6 neighborhood. L is also announced -that a large emigration is expected from tint Western portion of Virginia , next tpnag. Lot at Leeompjon, the new seat of government, were aelling quite l.wh, and it was said that within the next twelve month about three hundred buildings will be elected there. , , " We observe the foregoing article still . Boating through the Suuvhern press, and clip it from a Louisiana paper. .. The "one thousand persons" from Eastern Virginia have cot been heard of in Kan sas, nor an...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 9 February 1856

If 7 i '( ' 1 ;as.. i- LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1856? NUMBER1-Y0LUMKII. BV G. W. &.C0. if I 1 A3 The Good Old Plow. Jjet them ?in who may of the battle fray, And the deL thai hare Ion? riiice passed ; Let them chant in praise ef tba tar whose days Are pent on the o-can vast, IV uld render to those all tbo worship you please, I would h-jiior them even now ; But I'd give fur more from my heart' full store To the cause of the Good Oid Plow. ' Jet them lend the notes that in mnic floats Through the bright and flittering hall ; While the amorous twirl of the huira brightcorl Itound the houllrr of beauty full? : Bat dearer to me ia ihe son Irora the tree, And the rich and blossoming bough. 0 these are the sweets that the rustic greets A hi follow tbo Good Old Plow. Full many tV' e be that we daily see, . .. With lb and hollow pride, "Who the plowman lot. in hi humbls cot, With a orntul look derido ; Bat I'd rather take, aye, a liearty shake From lit hand, than...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 9 February 1856

Ilje $etyi5 of Jjreedoft) O. W. BEOWN, Editor. Lavtrebce, Saturday, Feb. 0, 1Sj6. 1 We have preferred allowing our - scissors to furnisli the principal articles for ourcolumns this week, living but little time from other duties,' and no ia- clination to write long editorials. Against a State Government. . r of a Slate Comment, oomes with very good giaee from Am;and the arguments ' ,,e advaDce8 J'ly find lavor rt a u ,1:.: . . 1 : the fire -caters of the South. 44 Agita tion " is the life and seal of the " ab olitionists "generally, and. if the question was kept open, good might grow outof it ; but it does seem as if the people of Kan sas had suffered , enourrh already, with out asking us' t wait for more. : Our condition inay be fitly compared to that of a valient nfierin" with an acute dis- ease, while his doctors are quarrelling among themselves as to the remedy. ' A discussion between the medical -fraternity as to the .merits of the different systems of practice may be . advantag...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 9 February 1856

1- JinntEce; Saturday, rcb. 9 1856. ,t ,v m Biggest Tfet. rt SpeR:& Gierktt hauled an oak loo to MeHcst's sawmill, the : oth . , v -f-i ; ; day, measuring fire - and a;liau leet in, diameter at the largest end Three 4wtlve feet logs were cut from the same ;- tree. the top hz measuring four :aud a ! fcalf fcet at the small end ; and yet there ia bo timber in Kansas 1' ZIr. Speer says he never faw better timber in Ohio than that on the north side of the Kan sas, which extends for many miles along he river, and ranges from two to five miles injwidth. - jJSTThe Ohio papers slate that Jan uary 10th was the coldest day in that State for twenty-five years. The , ther mometers ranged from 20 to 30 degrees below zero. : ' ? ' ' gST Jeff. Davis, Secretary of War, ' has been elected a United States Senator from Mississippi. Will he resign his post in the War Department ? Organization of the House. , There is a rumor afloat that Banks has been elected Speaker of the House of Representatives...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 9 February 1856

La wrcDcer, Saturday, Feb; 9, 185G. Patrick Henry's SpeeclL We bare just closed" the reading'of ,'pATEick Hxbt's celebrated speech ; ! the House of Delegates, of y irnnia, on the question of war with England..,, The grievances and condition of tne people of Kansas are very similar to those of the American colonies: at the time: the immortal Henry was promulgating the --. . . . . - ,,r T : glorious sentiment, uivz xs l.ibektx oa give me Deatu Had he been liv ing in our day instead Of the revolution, and were he occupying, a seat in our State Legislature which is about to as semble, he would, no doubt, have deliv ered himself as follows : 'This, sir. is no time for ceremony. The. question .before the house is one of awful moment to this country. For my own part, I consider it as nothing less than a question of freedom or slavery. . And in proportion to the magnitude of the subject, ought to be the freedom of Via Aohtta It. w nn!v in this wav fhir. we can hope to arrive at truth, and f...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 16 February 1856

15 -' fV It LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORYSATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1856, BY 6. W, BROWN & CO, NUMBER 2-VOLUME II, At i; ' ' . . . ' . - . - t . : . . '- - . i " '. '. : Xije Iqbles of Jieioi Controversy - between Vermont and New York. concluded. "We, as messengers, laid before the above committee an extract of the min utes of His Majesty's Council of the province of New York of the 2d in stant, together with His Excellency gov ernor Tryon's letter of the same date, di rected to the inhabitants of Bennington, ic, and after reading the same, the ' above committee and a numerous con course of the inhabitants of the adjacent country and other spectators, gave a full unsfrfrncra vote rn'avofof the pa pers aforesaid ; and the thanks of the ; people were presented to us for our dili gence in procuring these papers. Peaoe was also recommended on the whole New Hampshire Grants, by all who were present; when the whole artillery of Bennington, with the small arms were several times discharged in ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 16 February 1856

puerile. The following mar serve as a fpecimen. A Dutchman of Arlington became & partizan of New York and spoke in reproachful terms of the con vention, and of the proceedings of the Green Mountain Boys. He advised the settlers to submit to New York, and re purchase their lands from that govern ment Being requested to, desist, and . disregarding it, he was arrested and car ried to the Green Mountain tavern in Bennington. The committee, after hearing his defence, ordered him "to be tied in an armed chair, and "hoisted ' to the siini, (a catamount's, Vao,, stuffed, sHtinir uDon the $120 post, t wen t-five feet from the irround. wiib larjre - teeth, imnninz towards Xew Ywrk, ) and there to han" two Lour in skrht of the people , as a punishment merited by his enmity lo the rights and liberties of the inhabit ants of the Kew Hampshire Grants." ihis sentence was executed to tne no imall merriment of a large concourse of people; and when he was let down he . was dismissed by the commit...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 16 February 1856

n n 1 S tawrentc Satsrdaj, Fel). 16, 1856. wTfiaish the publication this weekof the history of the early troubles 0f Vermont. The reader m ooserve they commenced with' the first settlement of the Territory anl continued unabated down to the opening of the Revolutiona ry War, at which period all minor issues ween various i sections of the colonies vere gwallo wet! up in the all absorbing, engrossing struggle foe freedom. That history is suggestive to the people of fonsas. New York is the prototype of .Missouri, only the outrages and the crimes which she has perpetrated in Kan sas are more enormous than those of her precedent. The parallel ceases with the retaliation of the. citizens of Kansas, for ire have borne patiently, their trampling upon our rights,"" always hopeful' that something would turn up to our advant age before the end came." Aid we have not been' disappointed. In the eyes of the wqrld, in the estimation of the" good and brave everywhere, our cause is pure and holy, an...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 16 February 1856

f 0Hgii)ql' 6biresi)Dei)ce.: ' loir tie Jlercld ff freedom. t A xngnt'on tbe!Prairie. , " Suffering enough for a life-time can be crowded into a single nighty I nerer knew bow intensely one could suffer and HreLuntil I-bad passed a night long, cold and tempestuous night on the prairies of Kansas.' No consideration could ag&in induce me willingly - to un dergo the same amount of mental and physical pain, the same horrid and un earthly suffering, which 1 experienced durbsr that one ntebt ! Its terrors haunt me even now in my dreams, now, when the remembrance is fresh, and I awake with the half scared cry of hopelessness on my lips, and my whole body quiver ing with anguish I There were many cold days in Jan uary. I do not tell you this as matter of news ; but mention it as a prefatory re minder. : " ' ; It was in the afternoon of one of those cold days, that I found it necessary to go to & neighbor's, some five miles distant, after a cross-cut saw which he had bor- rowed a for...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 23 February 1856

.1 .vs Af-.... a;.; ..A- . . ! VI ..II 1 i y I I y t II J t 1 r 0" BY G, W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE. KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1856. "NUMBERv3-V0IiUME li. 11 mwmmmm t - ... - a 6i)oic6 Jit of $oefrj. Gently Check a" Child. JIa who check a child with terror, Btop its play and still its song, Not alone commit an error. Bat a grievous moral wrong. Give it play, And never fear it, .Active life ii no defect ; Never, never break ife spirit, Curb it only to direct. "Would yon stop the flowing river, Thinking it would cease to now f . Forward most it flow forever Better teach it where to flow. - "5-, Message of Governor Chase. To the General Assembly of the State of Ohio: I transmit for the consideration of the General Assembly a communication from certain gentlemen holding official positions in Kansas. ' The urgency of the appeal made by the communication herewith transmitted induces me to lay it before the General Assembly without delay. . It is authenticated by the signat...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 23 February 1856

Ifye 5feJ3 of TfteSoty. G. W. ERCWT, Editor. Lawrence, atn:ay, Feb. 23, 185S. Let the President SCTrafey - N Nobody who knows all the facts ; that are transpiring around ui, has any doubts but a collision will, occur ; betweea in radirg parties from ilissoun and settler in Kansas Territory. Those who were residents of the Territory , for the . ten oys jmnvdjat:y preceding tiie- 3Uin of March' last, cbserve precisely the ame - iiiiiiL' now itarMettOi-ten Lweiuvimriv. &c. rasinfr un the countrv on horse- back and in wagons, loaded down, yiih implements of war, and pretending to be fearchwg ror c-Liims. A party of thirty . horsemen in one bodr, and strangers in ; the Territory, from Missouri, passed; up on Wednesday last. Reports say 'that prons of tbiii character are to continue ; to pntir in upon us, and fill up our towns tiJl about the 4th of March, when a reg ular invading array will make their . ap pearance, and commence their work of ue&irucuun. , - xxs corroDoraunir proo...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 23 February 1856

A Lavrciice, Saturday, Feb 23 1856. Proclamation by the President. Frank Pierce has issued a proclama tion, which is from the same piece with his late Kansas message, and is only cal culated to hasten the invasion which he claims he desires to avert He forbids the a'uzsaSonEe Territory fronfde fend in" themselves, and forbids the North from extendi og their sympathy to us. The President pledges his support, as usaal to the demons of the slave power, and commands the people to submit to their damning enactments. He should be impeached for tne aid and comfort he "lends the Border Humans, in strenglh- enin" their hands and inciting them to farther violence. A dispatch from Washington, dated Feb. 12th, contains the substance of the proclamation, as follows : Washisgtox, Feb. 12. The President ta-dav issued a proc hmation which will appear in the Union to-morrow, setting forth that indications exist that public tranquility and the su pre mac v of .the law in Kansas, are. en fiangered by ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 23 February 1856

; Liwrecce 'Sainrday,;Prt. 23; 183?, ' , 1 1 ' ' ' ' . ' yj The Ohio LegislaUure. - - -V Gov. Chase's message to the Legisla tore of Ohio, U one of the most cheering documents re hare read later,:" It is to - the point, manly and well-timed. In.be ; Jj'alf of the people of Kansas, we tender Gov. C. their heartiest thanks; and the heartfelt' gratitude of a struggling', but J jopeful people, is no mean acknowledge ment; and is tendered on no ordinary oc casion. , ' The proceedings of the Legislature on - the receipt of the message, are deeply interesting. ' " ' . Brothers of the Backeye State ! we Teceiveyoar "glad tidings of great joy" , with inexpressible thankfulness ! As the assurances of sympathy and encour agement, from our old homes, come to us, we feelwe know we shall not fight our battles alone ! j- - ; . ' "JEST We are happy to learn that the Executive Committee lfave taken meas ures for the immediate presentation of our State Constitution to Congress. That body will feel co...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 1 March 1856

BY G. W, BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1856. , NUMBER 4-VOLUME II. V Selected f? oeiiy. rvaw Chritlian Inquirer. The Two Lawrences. The summer breezo blew softly Oa Massachusetts Bay,' And the grj rocks of old Nahant, Bathed in tho sunshine, lay. Bat not to view that beauty Stood men upon yon height, Nor to inhale those breezes Watch they from morn to night. For 'ncath yon In rid curtain Two galknt frigates see ; Gons thunder, sabres glitter. And blood flows fa-, and free. There doe the hero, Lawrence, With hi last fleeting sigh, .Make lus Lut words hjatoric- Don't giro up the ship ln and dies. Now westward turn yoar vision The prairie sod lies bare Where yonder cabins loom in The thin and wintry air ; There a few bold Kew-Engianders Are mastering for the fray Whose isauc seals the coming fata Of millions from this daj. From all her wide-spread borders ilioun sends lier bunds, To dedicate to Slavery These fair and fertile lands. With fire and sword t...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 1 March 1856

6. W. BROWN, Editor. Laurence, Satui day, Blar. 1, 1856. Terns $2 CC per Year, in AdTance. New Line of Policy. j ing us in an unpleasant position even in When we ccxr rrenced the publication ; Europe, or God's sake, spike that can of the Herald of Freedom in Kansas, up-1 non !" wards of a y ar ago, we were charged by What is the response ? A faction say: areitain class of politicians and editors j " We see the injury it is doing, and it it beirg neutral or conservative on shall be stopped. If it cannot be done the FWrr niiMiW.ii " WV hare mirsued one way it shall another. The Captain ll rf-ren ter.orof turway, "kept right shall be waited upon by a committee, '.ii," and the remit is, oi'eof those jour- 'and if he will not promise tosilencehisgun, wlHs now brasting of being "conserv-j we will call a public meeting, and ask stive," whilst thofe who were acting him to do so through that .body. If he with it a rear ago are denouncing us ' must shoot, let him shoot into the air. vu.lently...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 1 March 1856

jlje ifeilD of IeeDoh), tain-ence, Satarday, March 1 1853, Tactics Changed. Until within the last few days we have been apprehensive of another armed in vasion from Missouri. The tone of the President's late proclamation has evident ly changed the tactics of our neighbors, and their policy now, as shadowed forth ia their late meeting at Independence, is to flood the Territory with mercenaries who are to appear to be - actual settlers, probably after the manner of the Kicta poo Rangers. They are to be hired to come here, paid for their time and 'ex penses, and a premium of 160 acres of - . . .1 m public domain is to oe given mem lor their sacrifices in behalf of Slavery. We hate no particular objection to even tins kind, oi emigrants, lhey increase the population of the State ; are resi dents, and amenable to our laws, and of course subject to surrounding influences. Besides this : the voluntary emigration from the free North will counterbalance five to one, any -emigration that can ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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