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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 25 September 1846

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT , SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., CHIO. JAMES BARNABY, Jr., Cmoal Jgent. BENJAMIN S. JONES. J. ELIZABETH JONES OS, Editors. PfBLisiitNO Com.mittri: Samuel Brooke, treorge Oirreisnn. James Barnahy, Jr., David L. Galbreuth, Lot Holmes. i ANT vol. a.No. o. AVERY B NO UMON WITH SALKM, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ls-ui. SLAVKIIOLDGKif." Jjjj WiloLK No. OCT-'' ' remittance to be made, and all letter relating t tlt pemmary rjair, of IVm, to be aidreed (post paid) to th, O.-.W "Sent. Ihntmuinzntvnu inltmicd fur inter tiun tu be aauVci.urf to the Editor. CZT Terms .-Sl.f.O per annum, or 91M' (invariably rrrwreit'j if tint paid within six months oi'ihe lime of subscribing. ApvEitTisKMrNTS nuking less than a squaro inserted ihrep ti nes for 73 cents; one squa-e $1. J. If. Painter, rfltiicrY From the A. S. Standard. We publish with groat pleasure tli follow ing communication from iin esteemed corres pondent in England. Ed. Mr. Garrison in England. To the friends and subscribers 10 ...

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. — 25 September 1846

vour i.etuhbor us Vuursi-lf. 1 cm rc id iiiniiri my imperative injunction lo hII the cieaiures 1 had made. 'Si-arch tlie s.'iiiitiiri -, for iit them ye think ve have clem il life, und they uro they liiut testify c.f nn'i ut, ly your own hum in laws, you set imido ihi.-t my command, and ejid, even in regard to one sixth c-l your countrymen, that, should they presumn to obey tun' in this particular, the heaviest penalties should ih the result, oven death, it' they persisted; though you read ftjiiM, 'Thou shalt not kill,' and again, 'Whether it he right to obey God ulher than m"!n, judge ye," You learned aiiu the du ty mado obligatory upon parents in the fol lowing command, ' Truiu up your children in tho nurture and admonition of tho I.ord'i nnd you prevented one-sixth of nil tlio pa rents in your land from obeying this com mand, by tevii! tlio parent from the child, tho child from thn parent legitimate resalts of your firt UAi:::n sin in converticg 'mm into property. You lear.ud tha...

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. — 25 September 1846

merely touched upon or alluded to in unmean ing terms when its character lias been held tip to the just scorn and reprobation of the true haters of slavery, Liberty parly has step ped in, not as tho avirwcd champion of thu church, but as a conservator of public morals, or as Victoria would term it, " defender of the fui'.h," and lias excused, palliated and jus tified tho support of slavcholding sects, and been first and loudest in bawling Inidcl .' In- fuhl! ! upon the track of those whose aboli tionism was something moro than political chicanery and party intrigue. It did moro than this. In order to prove by its actions its devotion to tho church, it presented to the people, of Ohio as its candidato for Governor, as the embodiment of its idea of anti-slavery, a clergyman of the most pro-slavery sect which curses the earth, anil who, considering the anli-sluvery profession bo makes, and the pro-slavery position he occupies, wo believe is doing moro to sustain slavery than cither of ...

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. — 25 September 1846

POETRY We don't know who Rufus II. Waldon is, tinr have wo mueli partiality foraerosiicS i wo however giro place to ihe following to oblige our Indiana friend. Kdr. For the A. S. Bugle. To R. H. Walden. ftoderm the time I""!!' spent ,n ra'n t'nito with freedom's neb'e bind; Fling Mil the banner, "nil sustain L'litrniimcl d t'lonyr'it thf mall nil tlieland. Sliverv n.u-i die that Christ may reign, Humanity's f I i-jli Chi.f supreme ! Woden's ilpim.r will Iip in vain Agdnst the true r former's cheme. Ln! Church and Statu carnitine, and press Distorted scripture to their aid, E'-n slavery's minions they cires9, Nor deprecate llip robber' trade. WM. HAYWARD, Jr. North Manchester, Ind. From the Sat. Eve. Post. The Song of the Engine. BY T. HEMPSTEAD. Away, away, ovor smooth and rough, Like h si'irit of w rath I fly ! Ami the stirring Baund ot' my wild shrill puff, Daris up to the boundless sky i Thro'tgli the silent beds of the ancient hills, I rush uncaring, unstayed, rills Ami my clang...

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. — 2 October 1846

AT JAMES BAIiNABY, Jr., Ctnml J.-tnt. BEXJAMIX fi. JONES, J. ELIZABETH JONES, EmTons' I'intiKiitxo Committcc: Samuel Brooke, (ieorgn Guretson. James Birnaby, Jr., David I,. Galbreath, Lot Molinei. Pl'liLIVilKD EVEUY FRIDAY S.UEM, CCll'mSIANA CO., CH!0. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, - Z.:i.r!!. "yw-M1" IJ 1 1 " 1 .i.l in. jm i. yi ,.j m w .-.i htm hu i,n, p VOL. 2. NO. 10 "XO I'MO.N WITH SALKM, OHIO, Fill .SI.AVRIIOLDnUS " DAY, 0CT0BKU 3. isw. w.i i.r. x . . 2 (J1!I rcmiUonctt In be mm't, anl a'l !ett'i relating lo i!ie jtcuwtry aair if thejxtpfr, lo te a Ji! retted (past paid) Iv Oit li&ntrai fyent. Omi mutiicalinnt intended j'jr tir tiun to be addrcntd Iv .V Eiilur. 07" Tcn.Ms : J 1.(50 per annum, or fcl.M (invnriisb.y required) if not piid within six months of the limn of eubicribirjj. AnvERTisEMn.'vTa tnakinrf loss than a squaro insorkd three Uim-a for 75 cents: ona squa-o $1. J. VI. I'.Vnrrr, rrlnfcr. From the Liberator. The Division of Texas. are glad to hear that they am already ! n...

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. — 2 October 1846

vo looted upon tho modest young Miss, whoso aiy like Ooportment might afford un tAarfiplo worthy uf imitation lo ninny a v. t aid be-lady when we looked upon the iniiJioncn of childhood when we saw all this, mid then thought wi tin) iiiillimis whom (i ul (Ic'-iirtwd should take tlif place of hi,;h rr enter nf ink Uigence, degraded to the lev el of brutes Mcrilicc.l for tlio vilest of pur jins,.! when we thought too of this being I nn by .tlio p ivprninent of this nalioii, and s notioiied by it religion we must confers tli it it rfqu'.rrd more than" innd'-rn saint-ship to ft'i i" 'r pent up emetics of sorrow, f '1 iino and inuigii.ilion which struggled for vent. Wc fult iniUiecd to lot the stoTm burst let in rend il sunder the b inds of wicked ness ihe bonds wliirb 'keep llireo millions of our raee in madness'- and let tlie oppress ed go free. Yes,we nil felt to renew our ener- gy and zeal so we give fair warning to those whu are tired of the movement that wo ! give not o'er unci! th...

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. — 2 October 1846

A Screw Loose. In an address issm J by tho Liberty patty to tlio voters of the lllli Congressional district (Guernsey and Monfoo counties) wo find ilia following: l!y lliat inconsistency which often marls the course ol" even wise and good men, our venerated forefathers seemed lo forget their i.wn principle, anil at the adoption "( tlm ( 'onstitniluii, under the pressure of existing circumstances, consented to an arrangement which tolerated slavery, and. In some extent, gave tn it tlio smciimi and support of tlm general government."' Wonder if tlm writers of that address have ever read ''Goodclt on the Constitution," or "Spooncr'a unconstitutionality of slavery." What ! the Constitution tn.'crats slavery, nyo sanction and supmil it ! This is nn im ploded doctrine in Liberty pitly's creed, and then what a joke to havo tho Liberty Advo cate sanction it, when its editor, T. H. Hud son, ha9 been no long laboring to prove it an mili-slavery document. l'liius. Thnre has been a largo lire i...

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. — 2 October 1846

POETRY. For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. THE DYING SOLDIER. ITpcn iho cold diimp ground he lay. - iih ghastly wounds nil covorvd o'er, While routiJ liiin mgod thesav.igo fray, And thousands fell to riff 10 more. Ilr In ard the war-trump's thrilling blast. And p.ilcr grew his aliid lunw, While slu utitiy legions, tramping pot'. Pleased on tlioir slaughtorii j work to v IIh heard tho rnrnon's thundering roar A cold, dark shudder shook his Cranio, While fnni his breaet tho crimson gore. In trickling streams, gusho.l forth again, Ho hsrl the shout the wild huzza 1 Which echoed o'or the trembling plain, Y" h''e l. udrT r.rt-w thu din of war. And M id, like water, ttowed em in. t'r l:t c r-f c M- zi il.nniy wcut Cpoi, Lis )-:' li-. Cillll forehead l.ij ; To hi- fi It im k en regret l'hai'he had thrown hi' lil'ortwnyl . i mother's pr.iyrr no nis'.i r'a Imr No wife's n.!V?.iiii, fund csr -j; I." v. c I'j.injf c 'dren fMlictSiig war, T.is hsi Ti l. far. '.veil kias te prt'as. "W ate ." lie mii-mm...

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. — 9 October 1846

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., CHIO. JAMES BARNABY, Jr., GcneralJlgcnt. benjamin s. jones, ) J. ELIZABETH JONES, J Editor. Ptntisnixo Committee : Samuel Brooke, t.eorgn Girretson, James liarnaby, Jr., David L. Galbreath, Lot Holmes. !T5Z ANT G U "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." VOL. i? NO. U SAL ft M , OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBftR o. isio. v iioi.i; Ml. C3 remittnnerji to br mruU, and n'l lrllrrt relating to the pecuwiry njjnirs if thrp.tjtcr, to be uilJrcme'l (post paid) t, Hie deaeral dgent. Com muficttfinni intended for iiucr' lion to be addrmsid to I Ac Kdilurt, 07-TeriMs: tli.lo per annum, or SI.75 itwarititilij required) If not paid w ithin si months of the time of subscribing1, AnvERTiif.'MFNTs tnukitig less than a sqnnro inserted throe timo-s for 75 cents: one squa-o $1. Printed fur the 1'ublishinz Cummille by a. N. IIAPGOOD. From the A. S. Standard. Slavery is War. " About tlirno weeks pant wo had an insur rection of our negroes, who, in one night, rut ofT about tw...

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. — 9 October 1846

Tm. com niuee ors r.nt prepared f in f.t.f cf wi,hhul ling f' llowship report in iroin n rci inurcnep, on rip grnuiiu nt uioir , wist.iii.ingrrolfii8tiMl relatione to ImmIim J that do t.ol bear open and I liibful testimony ogiinsl slavery the bcnl churches giving at tite name time every suitable etijince of their own hostility to slavey." "3) 'Til'1 committee ar not prepared to Teprri ngainat extending the or liivry courto aira of tninisiHri.il fellowship to initiators wlii- are thnaisolvc nutsp .ken abolitioni a:, because tin y nre ecclesiastically connected with hod:es t'nt it not hear 1 pen, mi l (.iih. ful testimony ua;iil Blurry, or hocnise tli' -f preach it church. 1 f iho biiiio liar, if ter." This tli cm. submit rnnn'tenn-ietentiy hrt done so long (I) .1 jt jt ,, question in dj- put- i;n r' h.n-t ti, wlvt'ior the nt:ln- :.. . . 1. ..!..:...,. . . . 11. u .1 - i ii fi , i noi u.e won in-.nn- ni ' 'U " 'ti-ilavery i,,fl ioc.'. and (2) n ln. is it i d .uMfiil. whet'nr thoieli'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. — 9 October 1846

.hereon the other. Ihf Pro-Slarry Lp-iup lint, Evangelical Alliancewhich r-xeludes frnra ftn Inrmbrrship the best, the truest, )he moil devoted and nctive reformers ol li page. The mission nf th? former i, to sii'p chain links. t: brrnk fetters tint free imprisoned oult pli rieus is it ill stiny. Mid glorious the promise uf its fulfillment. The business nf ihe Liter in, to daub with uuleinperi d mor I t tlip character of the slaveholder and nnk his pr:ctire rspeclnb!e, ro Ihrge forilie sl iv new letters and build thi ker and higher In prison Walls, and to crucify Chr'r afresh h the person rf lii liltl? ones And to do all tlits under tho pretnce of forming an evan gelical union. Veiily, its supporters will hare thrir reward. Pa e t Democracy. Wp clippptl iIip following resolution from the Cinriniriti Enquirer, whrrp it i repnrlei' h the sentiment of a Democratic meeting in Green township, and exceedingly urun tin people of that township mnt hp, if they re ceive such ainiT fnr pure De...

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. — 9 October 1846

POETRY. POETRY. For the Bugle. THE SLAVE'S DREAM. BY JOSEPH SHINN. At ('em! of night, when silence deep ll-o' liii! lied llio world in peaceful sleep, A vision sweet !kI o i'i m creep And seoih me in my revcty. Motlicttght in silent, pensivo meed, 1. willi my brethren weeping M.iod, V i I'.i littered limb and streaming blond And sighed nnd wipt lor liberty. Our wives were from ca'.r bosoms torn And driven fr away to mourn My bieait w itii rage began to burn, Clenched was my band in agony. Then changed my mind to prayerful mood 1 humbly craved the living God To break in twain the oppressor's rod, And hasten our delivery. Then C3mo a burst upon my ear; A pealing shout I plain cmild hear. And loud and long huzzas drew near And rent Heaven's arching canopy. Wo saw tin r.rmies (f tho North The sons rii- v.ii .r and rf worth, A.r.'yed fir battle coming forth To rend the c'.iiins of slavery. The gniltv tvnnts e n M m t stuul 'I'm- h ry 11's h 1' tic brand, 'J '. ir. i.iVio'j. s'ui.k and le...

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. — 23 October 1846

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SAIEM, COLUMBIANA CD., CHIP. JAMES DAR.NADV, Jr., General .Jgent. PEV.TAMIV S. JONES, ) Fn.Tntl. J. ELIZABETH JONKS, j hD1Totls- Pt'Bl.lsnrMfi Ohmmittpb : S.imni'1 Brooke, tieorge O rrotson. J 1 Birnihy, Jr., O.ivitl L. (taibrealh, I.ol 1 1. jl incs. ANTI-SLAVERY vol. 2.;o. 12. 0 USIO.V WITH SALEM, OHIO, FRIDAY, SLAVEHOLDER OCTOBER 23, 1S1G- ilJUHJjuJjJo WHOLE NO. G I. IQT.J'l rcmitlanee In h' made, anil all letter I rr''i'ng It Ihe pemnrnrj nffm'ri rif Ikeprrvtr, to be itdilre'etl (post paid) lo tht Utnerat ji'jent. Communication! intended fur inter ttunlobcaddrciud to the Editor. Qj- Terms: $1.50 per annum, or fl,75 invariably required) It noi pam wiinin six months of iho time of subscribing. AnvunTi.sKMrfiTS making less than a iqnam inserted three times lor S Bent: oo squa'e $1. Trinledfrr lt 1'ublithinir CummiUt If v.. y. ii.tFKiton, iMcc'in. at F;me:iil Nail. The following rrsoluiinns were adopted at a meeting of Jive thiuind citizens of Boston, called...

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. — 23 October 1846

U.-J iijjm iujb feel ttie solicitude and Fmi Man." responsibility of II Thus speak the Clironntype ami Coatier. el" the American anion. The Courier is on. ci me oiuest ami moot influential Whig pms In Neiv England. John P. Hale has l.,iJ hi, head in the Dlilah lap of Liberty r,a,ty. ljs lurks, v hne staking . ,ke tho nodding of the curls of Jupiter, I greatly fear are shorn oiT. A political position h.t mn.itl influence with 4 U ... I 1 hid P.-opio una acserves to have small. A great convention hero the other day, went through the f.irce of nominating him fur the residency. I ,ppy will it U8 fr ,liin if )8 foil not as low as his C.tssius M. Clay. Truly yours Parker Pillsbpbv. Society of Friends. taken by tho Soei. Pominonlv called llicksites (comprising Ohio Nearly Meetinjt.i at their huo An i ,,.ii, ring, gave evidence to mv mind that thev re yet alive in thecause of suilering human- iiy, and th at they havo not altogether foreot- .. ..... uinj uevoiving upon mem us a body, to plea...

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. — 23 October 1846

Daring Robbery and Brutal Murder. A largo body of dosperato men who have soino time been prowling through a neigh- territory, have recently been guilty of the most audacious villany. Instead of con- themselves to robbery upon the high- and the occasional murder of their vie- tims, as many bolter men have done, bocom- ing emboldened by success, they coticcnlra ted the forco of their band, and in broad day light attacked a city containing several thou sand inhabitants ! Tho townspeople, who had received notice of their intention, stood opon the defense, but they nnd their f. tends were overpowered, and compelled to Fiirren dor the town after a spirited resistance of three days. Wo learn that tho robbers at tacked it on the 20ih ultimo, ami slaughtered indiscriminately all who opposed th.'tn; suf fering, however, a loss themselves of .'100 killed and 209 wounded before they oht lined possession. Soinn of the papers speak o( the gallantry displayed by members of the hand; ire have no ad...

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. — 23 October 1846

POETRY. From the Glasgow Argus. SONG OF THE GALLOWS. OR BLOOD FOR BLOOD. Sow an execution and you reap a crop of murders. Onn Joyous summer morn, Iho crowd Hulled onward like n lido Tint hurries by wiih headlong will, Along some river's side j And, 'mong the human streams of lift), Ji'en clilldron 1 espied 1 For, 1o! upon this sunny morn, A fallow man must die ! A mud, despaiiiug, pinioned wretch, Will stand on sealfuld high, Anil in a moinunt, ilung I rum Earth Into E ernity I Christ have uirrcy on his ou1 1 For his brotlitr-uifii hive mme! They have bronchi lu.u to bo strangled, In the light ol rising nun '. A few convulsed, i-li.ii pangs, and then Hi sands of life are run. Now the bell begins to toll Christ havo mercy on hi soul ! Porch inco he h id no parent His infant feel to guide No nisii't, fru ud, or brother, In lender love to chi le ; Cut was from Ins firt birth-day, Un the hard world Hung w ide I Now the hell begins to toll Chiist tiavo mercy on his soul ! And can ye marv...

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. — 30 October 1846

l'Liiusiifcn eti:ry Friday at ' SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., CH13. JAMES HAftVABY, Jr., General .ent. ftEXJAMIN S. JONF.s. J. ELIZABETH JONES, I'.IHTollS. Pint.isntxa fcoMMitTKE : Samuel Brooke, .I.itnc Barnaby, Jr., DaviJ' L. G.iibrtath, I,0t HoltllOS. pgtCTKW i tmiuil Mi wu-milM i w r i up jwj i.imj " ' ii ii mi i in 1 1 1 i i i im i ii 1 1 iiiiiw in ii marim in ,i am, unmwimp ) iwnwim WJ iwii nwiiiiw i i iiimi b i . .-.. VOL. -2. AO. 13. . "XO I'NiyN WITH SLAVEHOLDER s.ll oiiio, rniDAY, orror.nt r.n, isig. whom: no. 6j. Qf.Ut remitana to be mrttfr, and nil letlert riliitini; lu the pecuniary nj'nirs if the paper In lie attihrmd (post paid) In thf Genernl .ient. Vnminuniaitinnt hitrmUdor ner linn tuhc mlilrttm.il In Ihe Editor. 07Tkims: t?l,M per annum, or (,? invariulih rnuirril) if not paid w ithin six months of the timo nf subscribing. AnvKRTisrvK!Ts making- less than B aqnar inserted three times for Ii cents: ono- Bquu-e tPl. l'rintiilfor tin. Vublithin Cummittce ly ;. .. ll !;(( n....

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. — 30 October 1846

COMMUNICATIONS. COMMUNICATIONS. Election---John P. Hale---Gov. Briggs. BOSTON, 10th Oct., 1846. Fbibm .' Massachusetts is now the theatre nf great political XciltB tut ltd fjjiiHlitn. Tin rea son, of course, ii. rn elcninn is nt hn. d. Young Whigs and old Whi.-a, ( nut ihey rue two, and plenty f bmh,) Demrcrats. e.nd , . n . . .t i Blrnpyrr.it.. are nil as busy i s Ai;,A c-brc.. g.ttlng ready for town meeting. Li.,,rt, party hs taken Its usual nap since Inst . lee- tion. but ia now waked un to ronsidrrahlo of a revival. It iscomrollcd wholly l-y the priest. hood, and twovitita n year to the feaxt of pi. litioal tabernacloa, ara as many as their law requires, and quite as many na they are dis posed to make. Siiae the pirty in M iino and New Hampsliiro hr.s amalnmntcd w ith tb other parlies, it hua Ion the little Ch irac- tar for honesty it onco had ; and is now lok- d upon every whore, as only a 6ort of iyar land, ndy in tho market, for barter w ith whoever has a spare clerkship or 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. — 30 October 1846

First Fruits. Wo sre glad to see that the nxposi of the character of the Evangelical Alliance, tnadu by the Anti-Slavery League, is beginning to be appreciated, and that even tlius early in Ihs history of its existence, men are beginning lo cocno out from it, refusing to havs fellow, hip with even evangelical workers of iniqui ty. The Newcastle (England) Guardian ays that several persons belonging to that owo have determined upon withdrawing, and copies the following loiter from one of them to the secretary of a Br. nth Alliance. A'cwcaite-uporfTyne, Sept. 4, 1840. Tint. Sia Believing that there existed a substantial and real, although, unhappily, in many instances, an invUihlc unity among all true Christians, and that it was om-e a privt. lege and dmy visibly to exhibit, in i II its ful. uess, t'.iut unity to llm world. I frlaelv rnroll. d ray name, as a ineinher ol the tfvnngeJicat Alliance. The proceeding at the Binning, ham meeting created a doubt in my mind, whether thcAlliance...

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. — 30 October 1846

POETRY. (fc-Tlie Auburn Journal publishes a Let ter In m a friend in Doglon Irora which we borrow tb) following : Visited Professor Longfellow nt his rooms in oM Harvard. The pocl was in fine health and spirits, nnd gave mo some stanzas enti tled "The Lament of the Widowed Inebri ate," by Dupanne, which I enclose for Iht gratification of the readers of your paper. They brenihe the true spirit of pr.eiry, and surpass in tenderness, beauty, pnihosmid de lineation of heart-broken sorrow, any thing 1 ever saw. Longfellow says tiny are enough to immortalize any poet. Alas the poor ine briate J low just, how truo tho following lines! W hat a daguerreotype likeness ol the inmost soul of the drunkard have we here : Lament of the Widowed Inebriate. I'm thinking on thy smile, M.try ' Thy bright and trusting smile In the morning of our youth and love, Ere sorrow came or guile; When thine arms weretw iued about my neck, And mine eyes looked into thine, And the heart that throbbed fur me alone, ...

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