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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 29 August 1845

I.. ... ... LL.J . . L. mm,:.mu Ji I J .1 n Ja i, , mill 11 n I. 1 1 m ..ui m,. ,, ...i... -" . I m I "No Union icilh Slarrfiohlrrs" VOI,. I. NEYV-LlSttON OHIO, FRIDAY, AUCUIST 20, 1815. NO. 0. rUIJLI.SIIF.I) WEEKLY At one dollar and fifty cents a year in advance, or two dollars if not paid within six months. From the A. S. Standard. Jonathan Walker. I mentioned iho nrrtvnl nf this long-suffering man list week, lie fiiilo.1 on the Sunday after h in arrival for Harwich, where he now doubtless is, onre innre restored to his wife Rnd children, almost ns one ri9vn from the dead. His sufferings, during his imprid'in nient.hHve been extreme; more so, far. than has been known even lo his fa.nily end friend, though some of the latter had suspected them, and supposed truly that their existence whs voluntarily Concealed bv him. Irs( useless pain should he caused at home. When ho us first captured, he was so ill with lever, os to he utterly incapable of movinir, and in this condition hn was 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. — 29 August 1845

Crvms an ootVmc of Iih. plan of emancipation. Tins handbill concludes as follows: "Wohnvethus, in a very rambling end feeble, un satisfactory .nHiiner, given something uf on outline of (he plan which wo hnd intended to present. It may be that my paper has not been conducted in the most pacific manner, but is 'here not cause for mu,"a reproach between myself and the public in wh'cn am placed-. And those who now denounce me.ehould remember that my paper was denounced even in an vaoue, in the full avowal of all the incendiary pur pose which mv enemies now street to impute to mo. I am willing to take arning from friends or enemies lor the future conduct of mv paper, aRd while I sm retulv to restrict myself in iho latitude of discussion of the question, I never will voluntarily abandon a 1 C. M. CLAY. 'I'm k Amkkicam F.&TKA. Lexinoton, August l.'i, 1815.$ To a Just People. I ilfnoi (t due tn mvself and the cause of the peo i,-In, the cnnstitiitinnal liberty of my State, that I mak 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. — 29 August 1845

tho tfave, imNhi ii! nnlle taun-l by Covim.; T-i'es, by Sacifly regu.Btiois, 01 Ti curly Mrenrg ad vices. Thece ere 'hey ho are iles'ined ithrr in, w it of (be Society, to no n great work. D i nut the leaders of that Society feoi hat they must choose between repentance anil destruction, and Ihnt right ppeedity' Have they not noted the sign if the times? hnve they not watched the upheavings of their organization, indicating by convulsive throes (hat a mighty power is at work beneath the surface? are they not conscioJs of the warring of the ele- ments around them, and do ihey not feel their utter inability to ride on the whirlwind which is sweepir.g toward them, and to direct the storm that is becoming more and more terrific. Let them be amused, the people are coming! Let them learn wisdom from the pMit! Let them be instructed by the scenes in wl.rh they were themselves recently actors, and nnl attempt to establish over others a despotism whose chains they would themselves spurn. If t...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 29 August 1845

Poetry. The Branded Hand. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. Welcome- hnmc again, brave seaman! wilh tliy thoughtful brow and gray, And the old heroic spirit of our earlier, bolter day With that frontof calm endurance, on whose steady nervo, in vain, Tressed the iron of the prison, smote the fiery shafts of pain'1 Is the tyrant's brand upon thee? Did the brutal era vena aim To make God1 truth thy falsehood, Hie holiest work thy shaaie? When oil blow! quenched, from the torture the iron wng withdrawn, How laughed theirevil angel Ihe balllod fools to scorn! 'They change to wrong, the duty which God hath written out On the great heart of humanity too legible for tioubt! They, tho loathsome moral lepers, blotched from foot sole up to crown, Give to shame what God hath given unto honor and renown! Why, that brand is 'highest honor! than its traces never yet Upon old armorial hatchments was a prouder bluzon sel; And thy unborn generations as they crown our rocky strand, Shall toll with pride the story ...

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 September 1845

AJN r AVERY GLE 0 VOI- I. SALEM, O., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 5, IS 13. NO. 7. ANT I-S LAVE U Y J U G L K. Published every Friday at ,' Salem, Columbiana Co., (). JAMKS BARNAUY, Jr., General Agent. QJIII remittances tn be mrule, and nil letter relating lt the pecuniary affairs if the p'ipen ta be addressed (post paid) tn the General .Igenl. Communications intended for inser tion to be aildresscd to the Editors. 07 Terms: $1,50 per annum, or $2,00 if not paid within six months of the ti n. of subscribing. AnvERTisMENTs making loss than a square inserted three times for 75 cents: one ' ' square $1. I'l'BLismxo Committee: Sim'l Brooke, " George Unrrctsoii, James B iriiuhy, Jr., 'David L. Gnlbreath, Lot jlm;s. BENJAMIN S. JONF-S, J. KLIZABKTH HITCHCOCK, Kditors. From the N. O. Tropic, Extra, of Aug. 14th IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO. Arrival of the Water Witch—No Declaration of War—10,000 Mexican Troops on their March to Texas. Wo hasten to lay before the readers of the Tropic the latest news from M...

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 September 1845

Clay wal thus recklessly using. Tliat he meant to excite insurrection, or to invito servile war, we do not, cannot for on mo ment believe. We believe him to be inca pable of baseness, nnd in all manly qnalitie tar to exceed some who are most busy in lit nouncing him. Hut while we give credit to Mr. day by imputing to nun no impropc motive,, we know that the conduct of the larct in Fayette is snid to have changed nice the publication ol the 1 rue American We heard, while at Lexington, tint the lave in tho lactone and on the iurin had retrains to words, which they were singing daily to the praise of Cnssius M. Clay, boast ing that he wai about to break the chain of their bondage, and would, by the force ol hi character and influence, elevate them to an equality with their master. It was said that under this feeling, the slave had lately be' come idle and insolent, and, in some intan ces, had refused to labor. The people were alarmed for their security. I he mother tear- ed for the liv...

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 September 1845

ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. " I love agitation when there ia causo for it the alarm bnll which startles tho inhabi tants of a city, saves them from belnjj burn rd in their beds." Edmund Burke. REMOVAL. 0r"Siihscrihors, Correspondents, and Ex changes will tike notice that our Publication office ia removed from -Veto Litlxm, to Sa lem, Columbiana Co., r.n 1 that James Bar nahy, Jr., of that place has been appointed General Agent for our paper. OUR MEETING AT SALEM. Ve were disappointed In not obt aining the Friend's Meeting home for our convention during the time the Yearly meeting was not In session. We had hoped they would cheer fully grant it, as they profess to be an anti alavory society, and very many of its mem bers we know to he abolitionists. We there fore proposed holding our meetings at the hours, of 3 and 7 p. nt. so as not to intcrfor.! trith their sittings, hut they refused us tho house, so we Wero obliged to forego tho ev ening meeting, and hold but one session a day, or else me...

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 September 1845

POETRY. FOR THE A. S. BUGLE. LINES Written on rending of the kidnapping and iiiiiirittonnirnUn Parkorsburg jail, of thrco citizens of Ohio by Virginians. 13 o, childrea of the mighty West! Ho, to tlio rcscun come! For Slavery' foul nnil blighting form invades , ; your peaceful home. 'The humble dwellings that you rrared amid . ilio forest shade ficneath whose rustling canopy your infant children plaved. Jive no protection unto those who nobly dare to he The flying bondman's trusty friend, tho foe of slavery. Ye have seen those dwellings entered, and their inmates torn away, And tlic husband and tho brother become the spoilers prey. Ye have seen your neighbors captured; and the hands you used to press. Are encircled now by fetters m a dungeon's loneliness. The roof tree where tliey gathered, the altar where they prayed, The demon-band of Slavery in ruins now kas laid.' ; Ye calmly heard of Wai.kkr In his Pen- sacofa cell, Of the grievous wrong and outrage that ew England's son befell...

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 September 1845

J 111 o VOI. 1. SALEM, 0., miPAY, SEI'TtMBLTv 13, IS 13. ft V J jut ANTI-SLAVKltY HUGLK. Published every Friday at Salem, Columbiana Co., O. JAMES DARN A UV, Jr.'Ucncral Agent BENJAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIZAUETH HITCHCOCK, Editors. 0""".? reiuiltaneci la be made, and all letlert refitting to the pecuniary affain nf the paper, to lie mdtlrruca (post puiil) to the General Jlgent. Cvmmunicatiom intended for inter him tu he addressed to the F.ditnrt. CtTkb.ms: $1,50 per annum, or $2,00 if not paid within six months of the timo of subscribing. Advkrtisments making loss than a square inserted thrre times for 75 cents: ono square 91. I't'iiLismrto Committick: Satu'l Brooke, (j corgo (jarrctson , Jumcs Hurnnby , J r., David L. Ci'.illirontli, Lot Holmes. 3, IE. TKIWWJI. TRASH. From the Stark County Democrat. AN INFIDEL CONVENTION IN PARIS, STARK COUNTY. Ml Editor: I presume that both you and your readers have heard of Abby Kel ley and her associates of the Garrisonian school, who are passing 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. — 12 September 1845

From the Albany Cultivator. AGRICULTURE AT THE SOUTH. A fe week ago, ft Mend of our wa bout to tako a journey " business, and as be would remain ome time in a certain dis trit whore we had no subscribers, he cnn eluded, a well as ourselves, that he might collect n few to add to our list. In a letter from him, dated, " . January 7th, 1 84," he ay: "I havo lately taken a ride ef twelve miles from tlii city, and return ed by a different road. 1 saw but one build in; that could be construed into an apology for a barn. "Mow do you rmnag w ithout bams.!" aid I to one of tho best fanner 1 met with. "O," said, lie "we havo no use for barns, wo have nothing to put in them." "How do you thresh your wheat!" 1 inquir ed. "We do not make any wheat." " our rye, thcnl" "Wo do nnt 'make any rye." "What do you do with your hay?" "Ncith r do we make any hay," was his reply "What do you give your horses during the winter!" "The top and blades of corn." "And how are your cow provided for!"' "We let 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. — 12 September 1845

The summary answer to the 8th general query was, " Friends endeavor to bear a tes timony against slavery, but tho sale and use of tho productions of slave lubor, and voting for slaveholders for office, as mentioned in ono report, are named as exceptions to the proper support of this testimony. In order to give to tho Yearly Meeting nn Idea of tho stato of the society, each Quarter ly meeting is required to answer cortain que ries; and the meeting whose report is refer red to in the above answer, wo havo been i n formcd is New Garden. This meeting by the way is in advance of any others we know cf; and in its desiro to maintain perfect free dom for nil, it refuses to recommend an' min ister, or to appoint any elder to superintend tho preaching of others, and guard against tho promulgation of false doctrine. It holds that every ono should have full liberty to speak as God givcth him utterance, and that all who hear should jeceive or reject that which is spoken, as sccmcth beat, Tho con...

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 September 1845

POETRY. For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. The following humbug, called " Freedom's Invitation" I found in an eastern paper. H H such a palpable falsehood tint 1 won ler the author was not ash lined t.. Ii.ivn It son the light. I!' he .li.l not 'iS1H,1'",'1 only shows how much people can bo blinded nnl befooled by what they style pal, ! ilisin, which as they usn the word means nothing more than a selfish and contemptible pr"ju liro which thi! true patriot would spurn from him. I have written a reply culled the, 'Slave's Declaration," which if it dues not contain so much poetry as Iho other, has the merit nf being more truthful. FREEDOM'S INVITATION. AN ODE FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY. Floating through Oolumhi a's sky, Freedom's hanners wave on high, While the nations gathering round, Heard her trumpet-accents sound: Come, ye people, long oppressed, Underneath my banners rest; From the tyranny of kings Seek tho refuge Freedom brings. Despots, with their iron tread, Europe's soil have overspread ...

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 September 1845

nn J E3 LlUJe VOL. 1. SALEM, O., FRIDAY, SEPTLMULIl 13. 1815. NO. 9. AN BUG ANT I-S L A. V K It Y B U G L E. Published every Friday at SaLKM, Coi.l'MniAN'A Co., O. JAMES BA It. A 15 V, .1 r., Cnteral Agent HEXJAMIX S. JONKS. J. ELIZABETH HITCHCOCK, Em-runs. fcj-M remittances lo be made, and all letters relating In the pecuniary ajfairs of tir paper, In be addressed (post paid) to the General .Igcnt. Communications intended for inser tion to be addressed to the Editors. 0$-Terms: $1,50 per annum, or $!,00 if not paid within six monins 01 mc mm 01 subscribing. Advertisments malting loss than a square inserted three times" fur 75 cents: one square $1. "PunLisniNo Committkk: Sani'l Brooke, George Uarretson, James Il.irnnby, Jr. David L. GalbrcMh, Lot Holmes. 3. a. y ATar-sia iPumTJiss. TRASH. From the Stark County Democrat. At the close of the last effort of tlie disuni onists in Masillon, Jolin It. Cecil, Esi.,vas called to tho chair, and the popular indigna tion broke out in the follo...

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 September 1845

. J.JUJPJ'.'.L!"iJ?iL!JtJ!!!L'J'. 1LL1.."J The following resolutions wero adopted without k dissenting Vuics at a Democratic convention liuld in Ravenna, on tlio 1st of Scptcinncr IS 4.'). The Ohio Slor attributes the action of that con vention against slavery, to tlio iriflnrnco proceed ing from the mooting?) hold in that place by the agents of the American Anti-slavery socioty. Rtsohtd, That, in the opinion of thii con vention, slavery is a national curse a direct vio lation of the ahsolnto rights of man, and a doep and odious stain noon our national honor. Resolved, That weas Northern freo men are in duty bound thus 'publicly to express our un compromising hostility to an institution fraught with so much injuslico, and total disregard ol individual rights, and which brings such just ro proach upon our cuminon country liemtved. That in ordor the uioro efloctually to carry out and put in practical operation our principles upon this great and important suhjnet we pledge ourselves an...

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. — 19 September 1845

olitionisls, we are wild fanatics and imul en thusiasts. Hut when we commenced this article Wo proposed speaking of the particular efforts making in the South for the overthrow of ulavery. Kvcn the discussion of the low toned abolitionism which the "True Ameri can" advocates, has awakened tho Rtlention of a considerable portion of the people of Kentucky, and excited tho wrath of some of lier moboorats. Thero is considerable agi tation among the politicians of that state, and the probability is that the approaching Legislative session will be marked with hot excitement and fierce debate in consequence of the introduction of the "vexed question." What though the press of Cassias M. Clay has been captured by a band of ruflians, and his life threatened! Kentucky has done no more than Ohio did to Himey, Lexing ton has been no more moboeratic than was Cincinnati; and the reaction will be as great on tho southern banks of the Ohio, as it has been on her northern shore. In Maryland, Dr. Sno...

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. — 19 September 1845

POETRY. FOR THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. LINES. To the memory of Jdux G. Williams, who diod in. Eastern Pennsylvania, about a year ago. Mourn, yo kind and friendly ones, Mourn in accents deep and grava, Not for freedom's gallant sons, But the poor down-trodden slave. Mourn yo long, and longer yet, While vou this great loss deplore Lo! a brilliant star has set, Jobs G. Williams is no more. Filled with nnti-slavory zeal, None more justly earned applause; With his shoulders to the wheel, Died he in the righteous cause. His philanthropy was strong, When it looked upon the oppress When ho could, he curbed the wrong, Warm benev'lence ruled his brcatrt. Yrt were not his aims confined To tho colored man alone; All tho round of humankind Stood as brcthcrn of his own. Peaceablo in all men's sight, Peace his study still he made, And since peace was his delight, Peace to his hxcstrious shape. MAHONING BARD. Mount Union, 8th mo. 1845. THE RISING. Hark to the sound! Without a trump, without a drum, Th...

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. — 26 September 1845

ANTI"SLAVERY BUGLE.; VOL. 1. SALEM, O., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER. i-T, IS 13. KO. 10. A N T I-S L A V K It Y H U G L E. Tublished every Friday at Salem, Coi.i-mbuxa Co., O. JAMES UAIINAKY, it.Oeiwral Agent BENJAMIN S. JONI'.S, J. ELIZABKTH HITCHCOCK, Editors. remittances to be made, and all letters relating In the pecuniary affairs of the paper, to be addressed (post paid) In the General Igent. Com municat inns intended for inser tiun to be addressed to the Editors. Terms: $1,50 per annum, or $0,00 if not paid within six months ot' the time of subscribing. Advertisemknts making loss than a square inserted three times fur 73 cents: one quale $1. l'unLismxa Committee: Snm'l Brooke George Garrctsoti , James 1'a.rnahy, Jr David L. Unlbrenth, Lot Holmes. ANTI-SLAVERY. From Banner of the Covenant.. A DEFENCE OF POLYGAMY. It may seem strange, Messrs. Editors, to attempt a defence of polygamy, a practice now wholly disused among civilized nutiihis, and generally considered as a violation, of the d...

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. — 26 September 1845

advooato lis was guilty of malting a dis tinction, whcra it scorns to mo thero is no dif leranoo. But thore ff u, to my mind, an ev ident disinclination to moot my questions lairly, and I refrained thcreforo from urging more than two or three of a half acoro which 1 had thought of. I wantM them to Justify thoir denunciations of Whigs and Demo crats, on tho ground that voting for slave holders is not a very immoral uct, und thoir leniency towards tlieir evangelical brethren, of pew and pulpit, on tho ground that it is a very Immoral act, I don't believe they wan ted to hang themselves on either hornof the dilemma. Hut thus ended my talk with Liberty Party. And when I saw there was no prospect of j i . i 1 1 1 my questions iainy mei aim answer ed, with a simple yes or iny, I turned to the audience and addressed them briefly upon tho support given to slavery liy the reliirion of the country. I reminded them that cler pvmen at tho south were selling their own Church members in some case...

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. — 26 September 1845

"THE DISUNION PLEDGE." In the first nrticle wo wrote under this cap tion, we commenced an examination of the positions assumed by tho Editor of the Cin cinnati Herald in his comments upon the pledge. The. clauses which lie discussed in his first two articles we examined at length, promising to give further attention to the subject at some other time, as we had not then been able to procure a copy of the Herald which contained his concluding remarks. Wc have it now before us, but must say that its ambiguity and sophistry have made its perusal far from satisfactory. In the 5th No. of the Bugle wc showed that the pro visions in the U. S. Constitution in relation to the foreign slave trade, and that determin ing tho ratio of representation were pro-slavery when adopted, were designed to be pro slavery, and are pro-slavery now; and that even if there were no other objectionable parts, that no consistentabolitionist can swear to maintain a Constitution which requires the support of such 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. — 26 September 1845

POETRY. A VISION. Inform a Dialogue. BY oiuwoe . qraRY, At dead of night, whon others sleep, Near Hell 1 took my station; And from that dungeon, dark and deep U'tK heard this conversation: A VISION. GHOST. Hail! Princo of Darkness, ever hail! Adorod by each Infernal, I come among your gang to wail, And taste of death eternal: To weep and howl, in endless pains, Among your frightful legions, To gnaw my tongue, and clank my chains, In these Infernal Regions. DEMON. What makes you look so frantic? Aro you from Carolina's strand, Just west of the Atlantic! Are you that man of Mood and birth. Devoid of human feeling! The wretch I saw, when hist on earth, la human cattle dealing! Whose soul, with blood and rapine stained, With deeds of crime, to dark it! Who drove God's image, starve'd and chain'd To sell like beasts in market! Who tore the infant from the breast, That you might sell its mother! Whose craving mind could never rest, 'Till you had sold a brother! Who gave the sacrament to t...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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