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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 6 November 1846

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMES IJARXADY, Jr., General .Igtnl. IJENJAMIX S. JONES, J. ELIZAUETH JONES, J,, Peni.isiitNO Committer : Samuel Urooke, Jauic Rarnaby, Jr., David L. Gulbroath, Lot Holmes. Declaration and Resolution SESSION OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, AT GREENFIELD, OHIO. OHIO. The Session if the Vrehyteiinn Church of Greenfield, nt on adjourned meeting, held Aug. 13, 18 Hi, to consider tlieir duty, in re lation to tho General Assembly nnd Synod of Cincinnati, in iew of their encouraging the practice and defense of slaveholding, nil tho member being present, unanimously ndopt ed the following Declaration and Resolution, nnd ordered thoiu to bo printed for tlio Con gregation. Tho General Assembly of tlio Presbyteri an Church, and the Synod of Cincinnati, continue to be composed, in part, of those who hold, and, by their example, persuade others to hold, their fellow-men as slaves, under a system which declares them lo bo more "chattels personal ...

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. — 6 November 1846

COMMUNICATIONS. Meeting at Mogadore. (Extract of letter from H. H. Hatch.) At Mogadore wa had meeting, on Monday ..K, iunaaj aiiemoon ana evening, Wednesday all dny and evening. Most of them were well attended. The Disciplea freely opened their commodious church.. Their miniiter, Mr. Silhy, and some of iheir moat intelligent member, were present thro' most of the meetings. Thev heard 1y and treated us courteously. 1 think Mr. Silhy a pood man. He is an intelligent man, nenee he is sure to become a Disunionist and Come-outer. Before we had commenced our meeting the first evening, a very pious hut inferior looking man arose and asked us if we belonged to Uih Garruonlan school of Abolitionists 1 Remark d that he "sposed it was generally known that they were Injidelt!" Wa then informed the audience of the object of our meeting, and the priest that that was not the proper place to give our views on Theologythat we could speak the truth on Anti-Slavery, though we might differ from hira 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. — 6 November 1846

Ourselves. Ai will be seen by a notice in another col umn, we contcmplato spending a few weeks on the Western Reserve. Our absence will subject (lie Publishing- Committee ns will as ourselves, to considerable inconvenience, and nothing but a hope that we shall thereby ad vance thn cause of emancipation, induced us to consent to Ibis arrangement. The field is large, and is white unto the harvest, w hile, alas! the laborers are but few. There are many who are ready to s.iy "Go ye into all the regions of the West, and preach the doctrines of emancipation to the people," but they go not themselves, neither do they contribute that which is necessary to send forth and sustain the laborer. The Western A. S. Society needs funds; the members of the Publishing Committee of the Uugle need thu arrearages due them, so that they may pay the Printer and the paper maker; and the oauso needs that the subscrip tion list of the Uugle should be increased, llist more anti-slavery publications should be ...

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. — 6 November 1846

POETRY. From the Massachusetts Spy. SPEAK GENTLY. Speak gentlyt it is belter far To rule by love than fear Speak gently let no harsh word mar The good we might do here. Speak gently tore doth whisper low The vow that true hearts bind ; And gently friendship's accents flow; , Affection's voice is kind. Speak gently to tlie little child, . Its love be sure to gain; Teach it in accents soft and mild ; It may not long remain. Speak gently to tlie young, for they Will have enough to bear Pass through this life as best they may, 'Til full of anxious care ! Speak gently to the aged one, Grieve not the care worn heart, The sands of life are nesrly run, Let such in peace depart. Speak gently, kindly to the poor Let no harsh tono be heard ; They have enough they must endure, Without an uukinj word. Speak gently to the erring know They must have toiled in vain ; Perchini-e unkindness made them so, Oh, win them back again. Speak gently! lie who gave His life To bend man's stubborn will, When el...

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. — 13 November 1846

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT : SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMES BARNAUY, Jr., General Agent. BENJAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH JONES NES, L Editors. Punt.lsHINO Committee : Samuel Brooke, James Darnaby, Jr., David L. (ialbrcalli. Lot Holmes. From the Anti-Slavery Standard. GOODELL ON THE CONSTITUTION. It will be remarked as a somewhat singu lar fact thai Liberty puny his uniformly li lt all works, assorting the Anti-Slavery charac ter of tlio United States Constitution, to be written by those of iu members who have enjoyed, to say the least, no previous reputa tion for ability or prominence on legal ques tion. We find nothing from Dirney, Sewall, , or Judge Jav, on that side ol the argument ; -J .1. ... 1 .. .t... I 1 i:.i.... ..r .1.... ard thjy surely are tho legal lights of that party. 1 he prote33ional standing ol Messrs. Jay and Sewall, would deservedly secure for their opinions the highest consideration. Judge Jay is well known to have constantly maintained the usual interpretati...

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. — 13 November 1846

COMMUNICATIONS. Agency. Worcester, Mass., Nov., 1, 1846. Dear Friends : In a lato numbrr of the Bugle, I saw a no tice that an appointment had been made for me and some others to become lecturers fur an Association for Free MTiinl Inquiry, kc, located in Ohio. The notice in the Bugle teas copied from another paper, the organ probably of that Association. I am ao uu fortunate as not to know any of the officers or members of this Association, or the Individuals ai pointed v ith mo as lectu rers, nor have 1 seen any thing by which I could fully detcimine the character or objects of the Society. And it seems to me those from whom my appointiner.t came must have been no less ignorant of me. I honor them that they can have faith in a man "whom lliey have not seon," and wish to thank them for this mark of their confidence and respect to wards me. My great distance from their ieat of operations, and constant occupancy with the pressing duties of my mission in behalf of the slave, would be a...

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. — 13 November 1846

Liberty part? vots in Indiana. The official returns of Indiana for '-1G as compared with those fur '11 would seem to indicate that the Liberty party vote has not after all gained o very much in that State. The voto in '-14 was 2,101), in '46 it was 2,273 increase 172. Taking into consideration the fact that the party has three papers in the Stale, was back ed up in its operations by a Slate A. S. Soci ety, and had in the field men in whom it had confidence, we think its business operations for the last two years have been rather small. Thk Almighty Dollar. W'e lately re- ccived a one dollar bank bill in payment of a subscription, on the back of which the fol lowing was written : " Money being emphatically the Gon of the American people, it is time even Ihe Gods should speak against a hellish custom com mon in America, of plundering cradles, rob hing trundle beds, and selling tue children for money." We are always glad to take note of such sentiments, and shall be happy to have nil o...

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. — 13 November 1846

POETRY. From the Morning Star. From the Morning Star. THE FLIGHT OF THE SLAVE. Low in tlio West tho descent moon Pours down her silvery light, And twinkling stars come one by one, To deck the brow of night; The birds have erased their evening song, And camly sunk to sleep ; And o'er tho willow fringed stremn, Tho winds of midnight sweep. This is tho hour tho holy hour, When men forget their care, For sloop, a balmy opiate, pours Upon the dewy air ; And many a wretch, wbo wakes to weep, Moth now lorgct his tears : And many a bright and blessed dream The careworn spirit cheers. But now the wronged and bunted slave, Whose heart for freedom yearns, Doth gaze, with wild nnd anxious eye, Where the North Star dimly burns; And now, while others calmly sleep, Willi hasty step he flees; Trembling at every shadowy form, And every sighing breeze. His back is seamed with many a sear, A brand hU forehead bears, And on his ankle worn and sore, Tho shackle's span appears; But he has heard that free...

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. — 20 November 1846

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMES BARNABY, Jr., General Jgent. BKXJAMI.N S. JONKS, J. ELIZADETII JONKS, Epitors. Pi'RLIshino Committee : Samuel Brooke, James Harnaby, Jr., David L. Cialbrcath, Lot Holmes. From the Anti-Slavery Standard. GOODELL ON THE CONSTITUTION. [Concluded.] Wo have finished our notice of all lhat Mr. Goodell urges under the head of strict con struction, and now pass to that part of his book in which he tries to discover the mean ing of the Constitution from the "prevailing spirit" of the instrument. The first point insisted on is the preamble, which states the Constitution to have been "ordained in order to establish justice and se cure the blessings of liberty," itc. "Liberty and Justice" are very changeable terms, and tako their tone from the lips that utter tliem. Mr. (Joodell thinks them so clear and unmislakeable, as to include, everywhere, the idea of emancipation and freedom. 80 do we., when they nre properly used. lSnt, nnforui...

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. — 20 November 1846

COMMUNICATIONS. Boston, Oct. 31, 1846. Dear Friexds : Nothing surpiscs mo now-a-days, and so llie singular controversy between your Gen eral Agent, Samuel L'rooke, nr.d Milton Snl liff, Esq., relativo to tlie Cleveland Ameri can, Jiwi not. Nothing in all my acquaint ance with tlio people of Ohio has grieved and pained mc, until I saw Mr. SiitHITs pos itive denials ol the statements of Mr. Brooke. I have told many peoplo since 1 returned to New England, that there was in Ohio, ono family of three brothers, all Lawyer, nnd members of Third party, who never w ould sacrifico truth and juslico to lovo of party. From my usual character for truth, few have doubted that it might bo jo, though soma certainly have. But what do wo see now? Thieo or four of Third party's Journnls in Ohio, are pub lishing the grossest falsehoods against per sons as good, at least, as themselves ; and when the injured have sought opportunity to correct the outmpeous abuse, why, they arc erv eoollv denied all onno...

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. — 20 November 1846

the proceedings at Madison. It commenced in liis usual con ran nnd allusive language, nr. casing us of falsehood nnd dishonesty. We Imnded it back to him, oftcr road inn tho "rsl paragraph, remarking that if he wished to cor rocl any thing vc hud said, he could do so in our columns, in decpnt and respectful lan guage ; but that he could not impugn our ve racity or honesty in our own columns he could do so in the Church or Tabernacle, to liis heart's content. His condemnation of tho eiiVe article, it will be observed, was based upon the char acter of the first paragraph, that being nil that ho read. We quote tho paragraph in question. To the V.dilor of llic C'erc'and .hiicrlcan: l our paper 01 1:10 ,n ins', cont him a no tice of till! Celebration at Ceutreville, on the lib inst., in which tho cri:r..c of my v. i!. and myself, on that cceusi-1. is tut.illy mis represented. 1 therefore nvii you. us an act of justice, to publish tho loll ing c rrr tiun. Let us try the second paragraph. ...

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. — 20 November 1846

POETRY. For the Bugle. Cry Aloud, Spare Not. The following lines were suggested while attending a meeting of a few of the members of the M. E. Church in Painesville, with a view of petitioning the General Conference then about to sit at Akron to send them anti slavery preachers. Co on n righteous God shall he your stay, Strengthen your units and gird you fur the fight. Truth is immortal, nnd will guide your way; Speak boldly then, God's Word declares you right. Cod said "Let there beliuht,'" and there arose, Spirits who dare to plead his injured cause Though Priests and Levites God's own truth oppose Forge slavery's chain and shout for human laws. The Christian's law is love, and God hath said That "thou shah love thy neighbor as thy self," But other laws have modern christians made To sell their brother's soul for paltry pelf. Take for your beacon light (Jod's holy word ; Then onward christians, while the church contains Pro-slavery teachers, and in concert heard Comes up the voice...

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. — 27 November 1846

l'uni-isiiKD i:vi:uy l niu.vv at SALEM, COLL'V.D!Ar'ft CO., CH'O. JAMLS 1JAKNAUY, Jr., General .,v,,,... ni:.i Mi s. .tom:s, i. KMADin i! .iom;s, $ lltilT.jlts. Pcnr.isiiivii ruMMrrrnn : S muted llronko, .lames IS.irnnliy, Jr., David I,. Calbreath, Lot Holmes. From the Covenanter. Slavery as Practised by Presbyterians. VigiiMtn clT.ris arc being m.i just nnv, especially in i-eirope, lo convince the rcl i gious public that shivery, s.s pracli-ed ly church members, is not iho snuo thing lh:it it is in theory or in tin; pridian of worldly men. The iuipmsion is sought to In- made, that professors of religion are si ivohohlers by a kind of restraint, n ri-si n jx tint ol ilir bad state of tilings produced jhy i lie? wicked around them ; 1 li lt some . t'ni most odious features of the system, such us the separation rf fam ilies, the withholding of instruction, sever' punishment, arc not at all c mi.u - 1 1 among them ; and that they are e ;.'i ii.g an lull nonce, f; il i 1 1 ' y lif.il of...

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. — 27 November 1846

COMMUNICATIONS. "Wesleyan Consistency." Almost every day we find something to call forth tltn eft repeated sentence, "Conis tency thou srt a jewel." Happy the man tho church the connection, who posses it. I sometimes fcrl nfraiJ to prefer the charge of inconsistency against my brcthern, lest I who am but as othor men, should be found really guilty myself. Educated as wo have been, surrounded by Influences bs we are, it is a long time often, before we see, and see our true position. Tl ea some do not seem to popsoss the faeul ty for seeing much at a lime, or understand" Ing tho bearing of one act upon another. But how any of my Wesleyan brethren should so fir betray themselves, and the nnti-slnv-ery cause,ns the brclh renal Columbiana Camp meeting' did I cannot tell. To invite pro-elavory priests to preach at an anti-slavery camp meeting is an anomily. I am glad theYirst to whom they applied re fused. He could oce why it would be in consistent for pro-slavery, Free Mason, to preach f...

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. — 27 November 1846

American Anti-Slavery Almanacs. i I n . I .1 Lxpeclcd by Saturday evemnrj-they are now at Warren. These Almnnacs will bo for salo nt Trcs coli, and at James Itarnaby 's, Salem, for three dollars per hundred or Gets per single copy. U. S. & J. E. Jones will be supplied with them. Sam'l T. Creighlon nnd H. W. Cur tisR, can obtain them from that source. Early next week some will bo forwarded to J. V. Walker of Cleveland to bo disposed of as follows: 100 for fain by himself. fiO " S. Dickinson, Chagrin Falls. 50 " Win. Fuller, Hrighton. 500 " Edward J. Fuller and Lennder Hatch, to bo forwarded to llrighlon to the care of William Fu Her. Will J. W. Walker leave a noto in the post ofTico at Cleveland, addressed J to Win. Fuller, informing him where he will find the 550 to go to Brighton? S. More Roguery. Tiie huninees nf drugging or plying per sons with intoxicating liquors, for the purpose of robbing them appears lo be on the increase in Boston. Three or four cases of this kind are s...

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. — 27 November 1846

POETRY. VERSES. SUGGESTED BY THE PRESENT CRISIS. When n deed in done f. r Freedom, thn ugh the brotd earth's itching ln irl, nuns a lliriil of ji.y roj hctic, trembling mi from r.i.-t 'fi. And llio slave, whero'ir ho cowers, fids Ibo soul within liim rliml) To llin awful verge of manhood, as tlic mer cy sublime Of u century bursts fuil-'j'ossouicd on too tliorny ftt:n of Time. Through llip walls of Iml and palaco etioo's the instantaneous throe, M'hcn the travail nf llii) Ages wrings earth' systems to and fro ; At the birth of raeh new Era, with a r:oog- nizing start, Nation wildly looks at Nation, claiming with mute lips riiart, And crl.nl Truth's yet mightier man-child leaps bent, llli the Future's heart. Fo the foiii's triumph sendeth, with a terror and n rhill, Under continent lo continent llio sense of coming ill, And the slave, where'er ha cowers, feeb his sympathy with God, In hot tear-drops ebbing carlhward, lo he drunk up by the sod, Tiil a corpse or. Ails ror.nl ur.h urit ...

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. — 4 December 1846

I'UIILISIIHI) KVKUY Ii;iI)AY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA C3., CHIO. JAMES DAUNAUV, Jr., Cnnrii! .h int. nrcxjAMiv s. .lovr.s J. HMZAUKTII JONKS, I F.IMTolls. Pl'HMRIIINO Co.MMlTTKK ' Simil. l UrOohe, James liirnaby, Jr., David L. Calbreath, Lot Holmes. Reported for the Journal of Commerce. Reported for the Journal of Commerce. CIRCUIT COURT---Saturday. Judge Edmunds Presiding. In the Matter of George Kicks a fugitive slave. hen this buy was boforn mc on a former occasion, no principle c,l" law was involved, miii iniiniy a question hi i.ict, arristng out ul a return. On the present occasion 11 is iinile otherwise. The question now presented is constitutionality, ami consequently, the validity of a statute of our St. no. It is not from any choice en my part, that Iain cjIIcJ upon li consider lliis question, If my wishes had hn-n consulted, tiiu ease, hate remained with tho Mayor uniil ho hail decided it, ai d even then. 1 should have been mm h belter plc.e i d if the review of his docisioii ...

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. — 4 December 1846

COMMUNICATIONS. "Wesleyan Consistency," Again. "While manvof the Wcslcvant within ih bounds of Allegheny Conference, would brink back with horror from the act of leyal iiing slavery, they do, we believe, fellowship those at Christians, who do legalize it; and while the larger portion of their Meeting Houses are open to the slave in the person of ins rcprcseniauve ana auvocnie, rico Houses nt least, within the bounds of said conference, are closed, viz: the Meeting House at Meso. potamia nnd at Cuyahoga Kails. Quite re cently, we nre informed, the doors of their House nt the tails were Hosed against our inenus i.cuingwell and uassclt. The above is from the Anli-Slavcry Bugle of Nov. 27th. Now, Mr. Editor, all we ask o far as we are concerned at the Falls, is, to have the malter appear in a clear light. The Wesleyan Church at Cuyahoga Falls lias not been closed against the advocates of the slave, nr the slave either; as both have occupied the house, and can always occupy It lo plead t...

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. — 4 December 1846

Anti-Slavery Almanacs for Sale. Price 6 cts. single, 50 els per dozen, $3,00 per 100. To lie obtained of .1. Parnaby or Trescotts, Salem ; Hook Sturr, Warren. T. K. Vickerswillpl case send lor the num ber spoken of. Will our fiicnds from tlio cour.try please send in their orders. Some liavo been forwarded to E. Robin son, Mt. Pleasant and to I. Lewis, George tow n. We have been disappointed in send ing to Cleveland. We expect, however to forward some in a few days; also throe hun dred to E. 1. ltassctt, Ravenna, 50 of whieli lie will please forward to C. W. Lefiingwell, Franklin Mills, and 50 to Win. Sttdin ,n, Randolph. Anti-Slavery Convention. There will he an Anti-Slavery Convention held at Chag.in Falls, Ciivaling i eo.. en Fri day and Saturday, the Solli and atjlli of De cember. 1?. S. and J. E. Jones w ill attend and .!. W. Walker may also be expected. We hope ihcro w ill be a large attendance. SAM'L BROOKE, Gen. Agt. EXTRACT From the Epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in L...

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. — 4 December 1846

POETRY. You will please insert Iho following lines, If yon think them worth a place, in the Uu B'e. """fiey ro written in reply to a present motto, ' in OW." POETRY. "HOPE IN GOD." TO MISS R. M., SMITHFIELD, OHIO. "Hope in God," 'tis wisdom's dictate, All our hrj.fs in liim must bej Trust him, nnd lie will not frustrate, Dut it bring to pass shall he. "Hcpo in God," in youthful ardor, Kre the thorns of sorrow rise, Soon thy pathway may grow harder ; Hope, as do the good and wise. "Hope in God," when fiiends caress thee, Then thy danger may he hid, Hope in Him when cares oppress thee, He shall evil all forbid. "Hops in God," when duties call lliee To the active scenes of life, Nor lot taunts and jeers appal thee, If 'tis Truth and error's strife. "Hope in Sod" in every station Whisk thy master calls thee to; From thy sin he's thy salvation, Live for Him then, speak and do. "Hope in God" in pain and sorrow, Cast thy burden on tho Lord, For there comes a brighter morrow ; "Hope in God"...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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