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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 February 1855

' BX JUST : 1XT ALL THE KXS THOC AlMJST kt fca THT COCKTET's, GOO's, AST TRUTu's. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1855. NUMBER VOLUME I. To the Evening Wind. BT W. C. FBYAKT. Spirit that breathes through my lattice, thou That cool'at the twilhzht of the sultry day, Gratefully flow thy frhna round my brow; Thou hast been out upon the deep at play, Kding all day the wild clue wave till now, Bougheninjr their crests, and scattering high their spray, rAnd swelling the white sail. I welcome thee To the scorched land, thou wanderer of the sea ! Nor I alone; a thousand bosoms round Inhale thee in the fullness of delight: And languid forms rwa up, and ru&s bound , Livelier, at corning of the wina at night; -And languishing toLear thy grateful sound, Lies the vast inland stretched beyond the sight. In? forth iota the gathering shade; go ibrth, : God's bltidng breatha upon tha fiinting earth ! Go, rock die little wood-bird in his nest, Cur1 the s...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 February 1855

I1 1:1 If i si r 6s .S t - Jtje 5f cirlO of ifeeSoii). Of W. BROWIT, Editor. -Lawrtncc, Saturday, Fcbraary 3, tfwrai for the Jlerald rt FruAm. and il mj contracts perUumnz to the naier win be : binding on the firm, v Letter adireaxl V nat - Caffalo. N. Y iH bo promptly attended lo by Urn. Emigrating parties nd individual cn . reuU'&rKaiu.'psiiMuir "through Buffalo, ari- reqselfcl to jiv lain - call at hi office, Jfq,.2? Niagara f empcroaco llon- - -- A 2 , Further JprmaUon , A.iLoBraci, feq -the :authoi of a vjery interesting antrslavery,,doeument, . published in. 1848, entitled a Practical 'Analysis of American -Slavery ; writes Aus from Glade ' lill. Pa., that a number of his .friends and neighbors, with him self, have been laboring under a severe attack of the Kansas fever, and, so far as he is concerned," it will not abate until ho becomes a citizen , of our Territory. .He saystj . ... ': - " We wbh to obtain some information, and not being acquainted with anyone, I conclude...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 February 1855

Lawrence; Sitarday, Febraary 5, 55 . JsTsiave Pachasin; Ms own Freedom. , Gabriel L M. Renfran, said to be a bright intelligent negro, owned near New Origins, and hired out by master as a Steward on steamboats on the lower Mis sissippi, is the' Jucky holder of ticket Xo. . is Jones's Great Gift r Enterprise, and has drawn thef 'arm Valued at 625,-! 000. He has, in a well written letter, notified the committee of his condition, and accepting of their cash offer. He re quests them personally to secure the free dom of himself and family first, and then pay him the balance over the expenses, to start him in the world. The appeal is thrilling and affecting. We understand the committee have already sent Mr. J. Wesley Jones South to purchase the en tire family, consisting of husband, wife, and four children, now owned by three different masters. We areassured, from Ihe Well known energy of Mr. J., that he will not rest until every member of the via re's family breathe the air of freedom. M...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 February 1855

:cleef ;f$fri. ,i Going Aliea&iLI " et i. o. whittiex., It i s 1 hear tho far oa" voyager's born, S : v I tee tbe Yankee's trail," '-. v , . ; . ' Ilis foot oa every mountain pan,' ' .' On every stream hU soil. Ho' whitb'g rnad StSMary'a falls, ' - - Upon hid kmdad train; -r rrr - r lie' leaving on the Pictured Sacks ' ' i His freeh tobacco stain. ? .-'.I I bear tbe mattocV in-the mines, The ax-stroke in the dell, . . , , ' Tbe clamor from the Indian lodge, 'J . Tbe Jesuit's chapel bell t - . - I see tbe swarthy trappers eomo p - From Mississippi's springs; ' - ' ' And -war chiefs with their painted bows; And crests of eagto wings. . ? 7 I Behind the squaw's canoe of birch The s&e&mer.smokes and raves; And city lot staked for sale ' " Abo?e old Indian graves, 2 L 2 V w r By forest lake and water-fall, i ? t ' I bco the peddler's show; ' ' ' ' The mighty mingling with the mean, . f , The lofty with tbe low. ' ; . 1 ' ' j I hear the tread of pioneers ;- ' . y Of nations ye...

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. — 10 February 1855

N. ; brJwi.1 v J- : TERMS : Two Dollars per Iniua-Ia" Adrance . r BE JUST; LET AIX THE ZSVS THOC AniEST AT BE TITT CqrSTET,8,'COD8, AXD TEUTHS." - A Fidiy Kmplpcr' :--Indf pecdett en - 111 SaSjecte BY G. W,; BROWN & CO, LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1855, NUMBER 7-T0MIE L T -i Li - -; i r ill it i A ii ; 7Iv Jltroli f Frttdvm. r: Maslngs. , ; ...... in tbe tweet seasoa ontatcred youth"' ' " ,W mhly Uu neb onrtiny bark upon -. Tbetream of life: sail unfurled, pennoni stream . . insf, . Tbe helmsman bears away before tbe wind. " And. lika a blazinor nnbeam. nlowa tbe tbaminiir toxreet witb her burnUbed prow. Percbanca ' some , rair-favored creatore, wboae throne u in the Heavens, who makes ber couth upon the nestling Fate, will settle on that trembling mast, and ..., " " i mot (nose leartm manners into Some haven of security. Hut woe .. i Betide that frail bark wbose guardian angel Hath turned from it. and from the warning of Experienced seamen doth turn with ...

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. — 10 February 1855

Mi)t fiarafo of jfaefom : Sin Jnkpentont ano tlje Jntewste mliamas, Jfje -JfehiiD of FfteSohj. . G. W. fiROWIT, Editor; 3 lnvnutt, Saturday, Feb. 10, 835 57" II. A. Billing, Esq.. iV'pnr authorized Gt&tral A'jvxt tor the llerald rf Fneititn. and !1 hw contract pertaining to the paper will be in ling on tht firm. Letters addrvaed to us at Buffalo. Y., will be promptly attended to by Lim. Eniisrratiiig artie and individual, cn route for Kani. pamin thronsli BnfTaJo, are requested to give him a call at.hu office, o. SO tIndl3posiUon. f,rlfJ, The Editor? is still confined to bisroom, !Ll?Jir?X,MPe 5 His jliseas is an acute form of inflammatory rheuma- tiem TvVili-Ji 1m bt tonHfrA nvAr his - - , - , system, and having settled near the heart, doubts were entertained ol n recovery, But as the disease is now assuming a j w one ot engrossing interest u lhe peo-I to the question ot pre-emption on vnsur milder form, Ave hope soon to see him i pie of this country-; and : Col. Best-on i vcye...

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. — 10 February 1855

LawrfBCf, Saturday, Feb. 10, 1835 Letter from Eosto& A few days since we received a letter dated Jamiary l&th, 1855, from a young friend in Boston, Who says ; " The an nual Antl'Slavery Bazaar has just been held in this city. It was held, this year, in a largo hall on Winter street, and there were many splendid and attractive arti cles for sale. They took 84,800 more than ever before.; ' " Our new Governor, Gardner, deliv ered his message the other day before the Legislature. He appeared dressed from top to toe iu clothes of American manu facture ; and it is said the materials" were Extremely hard to get. The new Governor has disbanded all the Irfch military com panies in the State, and intends to do many Vther things, according to the message. To-morrow the Legislature votes for a f5enator to Congress, and Henry Wilson has been nominated by the Know-Nothings. When the House of Representa tives voted for Chaplain, Rev. Theodore Parker received 182 votes, but was not elected....

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 February 1855

ITT TScmoveJ rom th ittncl of 'mV bfrth "V I ''- No-anre-robed monntum In view,- , . ' I deem it the felrest f earth, '" ' i; -; - And the fond-Image- renew.-' '-; ' A'H time thewtt set5mentAiilla 1 -; t frgt Itwherevcr I toam:- ,J ' ? V jhat I m ''a eliikl f thi hiK - y- And: eheriah the thought of mr home". ; rThe"eag!e rimy stoop from his fc-t r ; To prapple hia j.ivv r the. plan J -.V,' 'The ntenel ef love irf his breasr- :T. T -' " ' Draw him tack to bit efrio again. Jij ,; I, too. !il flii prcftfenw-dture; '--'- ---- Sail proving the Mnu zth of the tfe, ' ' I soar to mydesr n&tWe airr i ' ' i-Or thinarof it lost with a sigll. ' v. j ;- ;...m-.-;;.. -!" r My fortune it new may he ' - 5 - - '"-'' v ' Again in that Eden to stray : J . ! - Tbe tide of life's trGii"!esonie sea . ' May hear We yet farther away ; Bat o'h ! from temd memory's eve ' " Thoe mountains tan never dVpar , ; -:And their kve-printcd ima;e shall lie f ' Stfll fresh on the leaves of mr hearU ' i , ; The Bes...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 17 February 1855

, , TEB3ISi: Tw Dell&rt per Ansa la Advance. BE jrST: LET AtLTHI EXDS THOC AIMEST AT Bx T"f GOUJfTJtl's, GOD'S, 1SD TBCTH'.' A rdly Stwspptr:Ultptzitzt en AH Satjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY,, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 171855. NUMBER 8 VOLUME I. .-"s . ; . .. 1 1 : - 1 - 1 i 1 1 - 1 a -, ;- r i i - v. i i - f f rs e 1 . u aEra-feiSRr assi . -j u . ir. 11 urn, iw j.-.issc ii wii.i" ci m i t i i rv jw rv lit r feoula, not Stations. Who ib&H nidge a man from manner f Who shall luaow him by hU dree f tourers may be fit for princes, t Princes fit for something less. Crumpled shirt and dirty jacket , May beelothe the crolden ore X) the deepest thought and feelings Stln veU could do no more. . ' There are rainjrs of crystal nectar Ever veiling ont of stone; -There are purpk buds and golden Hidden, crushed, and overgrown. Cod, who counts by souls, not dresses, ' Loves and prospers you and me, While he values throne, the highest, ' lint as pebbles in the sea. - ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 17 February 1855

ftije 'tytxpB of Jredom: Jnurf ttftmti? ono interests of Kansas, Jf Jferqid of 'freejtoty. .. - O. W. BROW2T, Editor. I Lawrence,' Saturday, Feb. 17, 1855 jgy II. A. Bixintsi, Eaq.. iaour aatLoriaid General Agent for tha Herald if Frttdcm. and all LL contract pertaining to the paper Trill be binding on the firm. Letters addressed to na at Bnilo,.Ju ill be ttfoniptlj attended to by him- Emicrratiug p&rut-s and individual en , . routa for' Kansaa, paasing throuzh Buffalo, are request! t giro bam m caU at jus office, Ko. 20 ,t . Niagara xempcrance now. r i I At HiS .Post. , f;rn!i : After (over week1 ' confinement to his room and -much, of the time to,his bed from severe indisposition, the editor is again enabled to resume his duties with the pen and scissors. To those generous friend who have watched by his bedside aunagino ioDgnigni vigus, ministering bome andlermanerit residence ."; Tbey j golden Ophir, and found those a thous- and upon the nobleness of thought de .5XcFi:.f V.f ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 17 February 1855

Lawreace, Saturday, Feb. 17, 1855. Appointments by the Gorernor. . First District James S. Emerj John Speer, and Joel K. Goodin, Justices of the- Peaces Joel Grorer, Simon Hop per, and S. M. Salter, Constables. SxcosD District Jonathan J. Cran - mer. Justice of the Peace. . Third District John Horner and C. K.' Holliday, Justices f the Peace; T. W. Hap and D. H: Home. Consta bles. . - : . Fourth District Ruben Hactet, Justice of the Peace ; James P. Moore, Constable. - ' - . - Fifth District John Serpell and Ad am Carnes, Justices of the Peace ; John S. Wightman, Constable. Sixth District William Margrave, 'Justice of the Peace. Eighth District A. Iugraham Ba ker," Justice of the Peace; Charles H. Withington, Constable. Nisth District C. R. Moblej, Jus tice of the Peace. T5TH . District Samuel D. Dyer, Justice of the Peace ; William Dyer, Constable. ' Eleventh District William P. Mc Clure, Justice of the Peace ; Robert C. Bishop, Constable. . . Thirtxxkth . District James Kuy kendal...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 17 February 1855

; : ! ' .The Old Thirteen States. God bless the'gwKl old thirteen State, . " Ood bleas tne young ones too; . Who cares for mmty birth -dy dates f God btees them old and new. The old ones first onr freedom gained, In bloody fights of yore; The joxmg on.es have their rights maintained, Am the oM ones did before , . Of Botrth or north, or cast or srest, - Twin sisters ail they be; One mother nnraed them at her breast, And that was Liberty. And may the wretch, whose hand shall strive To cut their vital thread, -Be scorned whiie in this world alive, And scorned when he is dead ! "; Now fill the bowl with Nature's wine, Let's drink " God save the King," The only King by right divine, The sovereign reople's King. For they're the only King Town; All other I deapiae; The King that towers above the throne, The King that never dies. 0 1 may that scepter wide extend O'er every land and sea, "Without beginning, without end, And conquer to set free ! . Till Freedom's banner floats alone, A beacon...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 24 February 1855

TERMS :-Two Dollars ptr ArattQ--fa Advance. ' BX JC8T : LET AtL Tint XXD3 THOU AIMXST AT BS TUT COCKTBT's, GOD's, AXD TRrTH's. A Partly Xetrspaper i--Icdfpcndeat ca All Satjftts. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE) KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1855. NUMBER 9-rrVOLUME L MfSaasuBoms, . BT KM. C. S. C. n the valley where flows the calm Knas river, And th (jcunore euu ito ootlun shade, ; Where tb prairie u decked by bountiful Gircr, The wild hrt and roe In freedom have strayed; Where the bland southern breeze, aa balmy a ever, Cornea dancing o'er flower in beamy arrayed; Where the ann sinks to ret in glory forever, There, oh, there, my dear western Lome ia made. Where the bloc ocean sweeps Xew England's rough aliore Stands the home of my youth, old, fct&telr, and loved; . - . Its hills, vales, and mounts I prondly adore, And miss its fair streams, by whose banks I have roved. There a mother watched o'er my young, tender years; . . ' A father taught, caressed, was prond of...

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. — 24 February 1855

ullje txa$ of Jxttbom : &ti nutprait jj to gumamtg ant tljc interests d Kansas. i i Jtic of Ireeaoftj. O. W. BROWH, Editor. ; Lawrence, Saturday, Fe&. SF"H. A. Billixob, Esq., is "our iretborizod Oeeral A'jtnt for the Jltrald'rf Freedom, fnd" all hia contract pertaining to the paper will be hinJing on the firm.' Letters addrased to na at Buffalo, N. Y., will be promptly attended to by him. Emizrating parties and individuals, en route for -Kjuwa, parang through EaSklo, are requested to give, Jum a call at his office, Jio. 20 Kiagartf Tcraperanee IlotueJi v-ii 'H'-"''''1 r r, Pjiatw Wanted. r-f f r j j . "Wanted iriimediateiy at tnWfScVthrce. practical-printers,. coie.xwl petent of doing press-worky one to fill fthe post of. foreman, and ono to work .it case. oNone need apply but good work--men, of .temperate and industrious Lab- -its.- - ' : - - --' "Bewaie of Pickpockets."' tThe above .caption is posted conspicu ously on the station house of nearly every .railroad in the cou...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 24 February 1855

intHyKl? 1855. HAts Single Purpose," and Bold T -it ' ' i law ; r Qtli6X. .'-l No great purpose.is accomplklicd,' nor 'can be, without haring that purpose single ia th e mind, and uniting' all its .power to operate Tijxm it, ." There may be minor things -which a person trill desire to attend to, that must be left entirely aloner, in order to accomplish the great purpose in view ; . but of course, any person of com mon sense -would say, attend to the freat -object : at first let not the powers be di vided upon smaller one, thus having the labor on the main purpose entirely lost, and the purpose itself defeated. - - , ' Southwestern ISlsaoaxL Gso. 8. Park Esq., of the. Parkville Luminary, writing from Jasper county. Mo.? on the 23d of January last, to Mr. Pattxrsojt, furnishes the following rain able information, which it may be well for our people to take adrantage of: On this side of Parkville and the Mis souri . river there U a vast elevated pla teau, or table-land, extending south...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 24 February 1855

i5 There Is Beauty Everywhere. . - , '..; ,; : There ia beauty is the lonely wild, ' . - And mellow raoonirbt' how; - - ' There is beauty in the sunset Vnuile - - - - That gleam on hill and tower. " '''; - "There ia beauty is the lofty cliff; ' - v- ; " ' Where echo the eagle's cry, Or in the vine-hung precipice, . ' , i .And mountain scenery. -: ;.fv There is beauty in the Kg timing's glare, 5 IMie whirlwind and the storm," That travels on the pathless air - - v : With thunders and alarm." ' There is beauty in the pathless deep When Neptune mounts bis ear; ' " When mermaids ting and tempest sweep . .-- From out their caves afar. Tis fearful nay. 'tis but sublime: The ocean, earth, and air, ' - -To leap and frolic hath a time There ia beauty everywhere. " Lamui, Conx- J- 3 ! Eastern Correspondence. The following letter appears in a re cent number of the Boston Telegraph. S 4, It must have been written over tw a half months a?o, and was a ood tt.rir.tion of life hens at that time. Si...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 March 1855

n n ni titty - a - nr ; tt7 cf -::" Tm " TTTV .j ; mm TERMS :Two Doliara per Anaaa-Ia JUfiiice. i; ',. Z 'rZ'X't-y . ' TV ? ' jcst? i aixthsksdstW ;X ; -liT"" Sheets.-: : : , Song of emigration. I ' " ; BTXBa. HIXAXa. Tim wu heard s fong on the chiming tea, . . ; A mingled breathing of grief and gle: -Sfan'a vole, unbroken by sighs, was there," i Filling with triumph the sonny air; - . --Of fresh green lands and pastures new : ' It sanz, while the bark through the targes flew. But ever and anon :- ' - "A murmur of farewell ' Told, by its plaintive tone, v.. . That from woman's Ufa itfelL ' , 11 Away, away, o'er the foaming main," ' This was the free and the joyous strain, "There are elearer skies than ours afar, . We will shape our coarse by a brighter star: Then ars plains whose verdure no foot hath ' pressed, -And whose wealth is all for the first brave guest." ; "Bat, alas I that we should go," , . sang ine tareweu voices tnen, " From the homestead, warm and low, . By the brook a...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 March 1855

Ije crala to umamtti ani) ilj'c interests of timiaas Xfje ifehilO of recSoh.. O. VT. BROWN, Editor. Lawrcncf, Saturday, March 3, 1855, S7n. A. Eii.LD.fig, Esq., b onr asthorized General Agent for the lie raid f Ffttdom, and ail LU contracts pertaining to the paper will be bmrling on the firm. Letters addressed to tu at Bntfitio. 2C. Y., will be promptly attended to by him. Emigrating parties aud individuals, en route for Kansas, passing' throajrh Buffalo, are requested to give 1m tu a call at his office, Is'o. 20 Niagara Temperance House. r r . PrintersWanted. Wanted immediately at this office three practical printers, one of whom is com petent ;of; doing; press-work, one to fill the post of foreman, and one to work at case. None need apply but good work men, of temperate and industrious hab its. ' ' '" ; ' ' ' Division of Labor. ' Treatises on political economy teach us that one of the distinguishing features between savage and civilized life is found in the fact that in the former...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 March 1855

Lavrcrce, Satsrfiay, fJirth 5, ' - - Capital.' : . - . -. ' "The great want of this country i cap-" ital. Ererybody feels this necessity. Kansas will be slow in its development without this essential element of prosperity..- The greatest need of to-day are saw-mills. tmtst haro them. A dozen would find constant employment at exorbitant prices. 1- ' The spring emigration will begin to arriye in a couple of weeks. ; What shall be done ?-; Must the pioneer return for want of rn&teriaTto erect a house, or cab in ? .There are logs enough waiting to be sawed into lumber; but to talk about 'one mill cutting boards sufisient to sup ply the demand for a populous citysuch as we shall ,build here in a rery brief viuration, if not crippled for the want of material 4s preposterous. Will not IpriTate enterprise undertake the erection of a mill immediately ? If not, we appeal t to the Emigrant Aid Company for help. Something mutt be done, and done now. To delay is to drive thousands away from ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 March 1855

I an r I. Bans of the Pilgrims. f i c: : : t t. c train. ; The breeze has swelled the whitening Bail, The blue waves tori beneath the pale, . And, bounding with the wave and wind, We leave Old England's shores behind ,, Leave behind our native shore,, . ; . , . . . ilomea, and all we htved before. - The deep may dash' the wind may blow, The storm spread out its wings of woe, Till sailor's eyes can aee a shroud Uung in the Lids of every cloud; ." . J Still, as lon as life shall last, ' " , From that snore we'll speed us fast. For we would rather never be, Than dwell where mind cannot be free, But bows beneath a despot's rod, .liven where it seeks to worship God ! . . Blast of heaven onward sweep ! Bear us o'er the troubled deep ! O, see what wonders meet our eyes ! Another land and other skies ! -Columbian hills have met our view ! Adieu, Old England's shores, cdieu ! Here, at length, our feet shall rest. Hearts be free, and homes be blesajd. As long as yonder firs shall spread Their...

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