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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 May 1856

LawrcEcc, SaTnrdayi 3Iay 10, 1856. Slave Trade to be Revived-. -. -.Within the few years a disposition has been shown, on the part of Southern State, to revive the foreign slave trade. Several public journals in the South have openly advocated it as a necessity. It is believed that Southern sLitesmen are on ly vrain ting an opportune . occasion " to present a bill in . Congress, repealing the Liw which declares the slave trade piracy. IVsident Pierce has just defined his po sition in favor of the repeal of that law, by granting a free and unconditional par don to Ivehrman, who was capUiin and part owner of the ship Glamorgan, a slaver, captured a year ago on the coast of Africa, and brought to Boston, by Lieut. Dotvss. Our readers would hard ly credit the statement of Pierce's sym pathy in this direction, were it not for the following act of clemency, over his own hand, which has found its way into the public journals: . ; ; t Franklin Pierce, President of the Uni ted States of Amer...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 17 May 1856

- -: J&M.:Ji , ly j jM JJ ill 1 o BY 6, W, BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1856. - NUMBER 15-VOLUME II, y . i i From tie New Yorlt Tribune. The Song of the Camp. . A CX1XXAM EiCIDXST. Git us a Song ! the soldiera cried, The outer trenches guarding, "When the heated cuna of the camps allied Grew weary of bombarding. The dark Bedan, in silent scoff, y grim and threatening, under; .And the Uwny mound of the Malakoff r No longer belched its thunder. Thore was a pause. A guardsman said: We storm the forte to-morrow; Sin while we may, anotlwr jday - - - -TV ill bring eaough of BorRw." They lay along the battery's side, Below the smoking cannon Brave hearts, from Severn and from Clyde, And from tho banks of Shannon. They sang of love, and not of fame; Forgot was Britain's glory ; . Each heart recalled a different name, But all sang Annie Laurie." Voice after voice caught up the song, Until its tender passion Rose like an anthem, rich and strong Their battle-eve conf...

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

V7 :.VJ : -sn-5 s -; XEIiaS:i-Tuo Dollars per Amiuni--Iii Advance.' " - ' . "tbctu cecsbed to eabih iHAu'sisB aoak." " ' ; ' A Family Newpaper:--Itttlcpendeii t on All -.Subjects . BY Gr.'W. BROWN & CO. ' LAW11ENCE, KANSAS, SAT UB DAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1856.. . . jTU3IBEll 15-VOLUME 2i - - - i' ' . . ' . . ? -For the - Herald of Freedom. '. Ever Forward! Er er TTpward! ":- - - ' -" . . T M4BTW MOEU1S. ; r.- , ;,; Ever Forward! Ever Upward! .' : - Let taw your motto be, , ' . . , . Ever, as the river onward Roll onto the sea- ; ' ' '"' . Keep jhe beacon ever burning, ' That all may. see it blaze, 'That faith fl to true heart' yearning, ' - ... : All even with Lure may gaze. ,4 zroeJTpwtxdX. Onward Ever! , - : , By the Tongue or Pen, --' ; Aiding by each potent lever, ' ' , l The progress of Men I ' "r Tho' loud the mass mar laugh or jcar, V HVheu brave the daring few; Attack the wrong that cowardi fear. The Right shall struggle through ! Ever Forward! Ever Upward I" " . Toward Perfect...

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. — 1 November 1856

ifehilD of ceOoiQ. G. W. BROWN, ... - Editor, A. WATT ELS, - Assistant Editor, H. YOTJHG, Corresponding Editor. - LAWRENCE, KANSAS." SATURDAY HORSING. NOV. 1. 1656. To The Reader. A. ftnr a em:nnm nf Tlfflr SIX mOIitliS. we .appcaTbcfore f ycu again gentle reader, ja the capacity of a journalist. That, fix months; has been the most eventful" of any la our existence eventful not only to ourself, but to Kansas, with whose history onr journal has become identified. ' Arrested by highwaymen, on the 14th of May last, while pursuing our way homeward from foansaa City, and robbed of ahorse, sad dle and bridle, with two revolvers and a bowic knife, then detained for several days against onrwill at Wcfdport, we were placed in charge of a strong escort, closely guarded, and alter passing through numberlcs incidents, were taken to Lecomptou, Then, to cover over the baseness : oi inc outrage perpciraiea in tt' . i tr - - , ...... ' we were indicted ioxLVjh treason, and held as a traitor to our ...

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. — 1 November 1856

Ifl5ei$8 of fiee9op: Lawrence, Saturday, Hot. 1,1856. Donations to Revive the Herald of Freedom; . : " In June last, soon after our . impris onment, and the destruction of the Her odd of Freedom office, at our earnest solicitation, Rev. : A. St. Claiit, of Leoni, Mich,, whose acquaintance we made at Alton, 111., and who came up the Missouri with us at the head of the Michigan Kansas Co., undertook ' the arduous duty, in company with Mrs. Brows, to solicit aid from our friends in the East, to re-establish the Herald of Freedom., They left Kansas on the 12th of June. Mr. St. Clair continued operating until thelatterpart of August. And Mrs. Brown returned on the night of the 12th inst., having been absent just four months. The following list of receipts from different persons and localities will fchow something of the range of their operations. Mr. Si. Clair lectured in nearly every place he visited, and was generally received with much warmth, w the representative of the Herald of con...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 1 November 1856

1 La Greece, -Saloiday, Not. 1, 1856. ...The Hission of Kansas. v To 5 peak of the future of this teauti ful land, io paint in appropriate colors, 1 the prosxerity that will yet smile upon it; may seem to many a task not fitting for this hour of gloom and trial. Yet wc think it well amid all trials and dif ficulties to look leyond the clouds and above the &torm, to where the fur-off silvery edge" gives promise of sun shine, and to deduce lessons from pre sent dangers, that may indicate a way of rscape iu the coining morrow. The struggle in Kansas is one of the depoit import arid of tko most absorb ing interest. Upon Lor tuccess depend nil that is glorious in our institutions and all that is beautiful in our civiliza tion. For long years the serpent-folds of Slavery has been entwining itself around the huge limbs of the young giant of the Western Continent, stifling freedom of thought and speech build ing a goldeu wall around the merchant's heart placing a glittering gag upon the...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 8 November 1856

. .rT sl' Z it - r t i 1 "it I I L I 7- -t-3?n:r.:- A Family Ncwspaper:--Indepenc!cnt on All Babjccts Two Dollars per Annum In Advance. TECTH CRUSHED TO CASTS SHALL KUE AGXIX. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1856. NUMBER 16 VOLUME 2, -II C 1 k i f I f I i 1 I i I - i f if - I ' . I . . - - HOW LOBO? ST liCHAiD Hov loo. O God, ho-w long Uu3t fettered Fazuxnt writhe beneath her chains, And send the vailine of the captive's so?g ACrOii Luw purple piai-ua i Hott long, 0 God, how long Shall Slavery's blood-hcucda hold her by the throat, - - -sA ks-lifoteel fcece&'-h tha dnr$ thon Offleli'alscariot? How lig, 0 God, how lon Bball iJiebe hanied, homeless, thro the Earth; jfor thou Just One against the crimaon wrong. Launch Thy broad lightnings forth 1 0 have thine eye3 not seen what high trust Bhe bore her bitter shames ; - ' If or marked how calm and God-lite and serene She stood amid the flames t 0 have Thine eara not heard Eer long low gasp of inartic...

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. — 8 November 1856

J n O. W. BROWN, - Bdltor, A. WATT ELS. Assistant Editor,. H. Y0U2TG, Corresponding Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY HORDING. NOV. 8, 1SS& TERM S. $2.00 rot axsc, is adtaxgl 2I$w DiSctatis-tk Past, th Future. In 1853 a public . meeting was held in Platte Co., Mo., and the following resolution passed, in relation to Kansas Territory, ;then unsettled o ; . . ? Resolved t -That if the Territory shall be opened to settlement, we pledge our selves to each other to extend the insti tutions of Missouri over tho Territory at whatever, sacrifice cf Hood or treas- urtr , ' ;-. Passing by all the others, we propose Ito note a few items in the last attack .from -Missouri. In July, :ne of our -citizens received a letter from a friend in Missouri, stating that a plan had been - matured there, by which, on a gi ven day, all the free Stao men in Kansas were -to.be killed or taken prisoners and car , a ried out of theTcrritory. To xorrohor uUhii; rtatemengte refeirtfJto the "building of severa...

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. — 8 November 1856

- t Jtje ifeiS of f jreeDoh). LaBrecce, SsCsrday, Hov. 8, 1853. ruinations to the Herald of Freedom. In onr lastrwe gave a partial list of tha donations made to Mrs. B&cnra, by the ricndVo Freedom in the East, to aid in re-csUUishing . the Herald ef freedom. Tblist was divided, for the want of type to publish it entire in one number.' . . The receipt as given in. our last, were 2,547.80. Add to this Jhe fol lowing amounts: . V L Conard,: Springfield, Ohio, 65 00 Mrs Conard,' 100 LOO 1 00 100 100 1 00 100 100 LDMoler,. E A Neff, . . ., S Steele, - r -JSHar.ke, : D Tattle, J D Smith, M Oats, JCMcCrcight, P Coats, D S Morrow, . 51 S Steel," A D Coombs, EM Doty, N F Stone, -Wm Runion, ..R Allen, J W Hinehart. JLTorbet, HVinal, John Bacon, FShnrtler, - . Jno Foos, J W Kafer, R Mason, B II Warder, J A Bean, Geo II Ferry, C Thompson, . ' J Baldwin, S A Bowman, S Selsbee, WMcMeens, T II Rogers, Gen S Mason, R QKing. II Frankenberg, Gen C Anthony, R Holloway, S Sholaberger, Wm Whiter - 0...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 8 November 1856

.-f I f i if r Jfis if eiS of 1 reeSoty iawrcccer Saturday, Horv 8, 1828. ! I appeal to the Public. 1 Ilio Free State citizen? of Leavea- ; worth, who were" expelled from their i Ihotaeafcy th marauders from iiissonri, 11 submitted an appeal to the public, of f -. which th3 following is a copy, aa we I j find it ia tha eastern press : . J Fort Ixatiswoetb, K. Sept. 9, 1856. tf.Jb'Ci&wli'' the United States: " U We residents of Kansas Territory, i : ; and, previous to September 1st, citizens ' j of Leavenworth City, herein present 1 the following brief and impartial state- ' ment of the transactions which have robbed and driven ns from oar homes at : the point or the bayonet, with onr sick and dying, to face ths coming Winter, j homeless, houseless, and breadltss. We 'assert, and . call Heaven to wit '." cess,' that tiw Free-State men of Leav enworth City were quiet, peaceable, law-abiding, and an industrious people, 2 asking no privilege of Government or I its patronags ; demand...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 15 November 1856

TERMS: Tito Dollars per Annum In Advance. u - ' "tauth cRtsnEDrTo eabth shall eisb aoaisVi . ' : f ! 7 Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. ' :V.; '... 7 LAWRENCE, KAN .V e(5 of JeeQoh). O. W. BROW, - - - - Editor, A. WATT ELS, - Assistant' Editor, H YOUNG, Corresponding Editor. I : LAWRENCE, KANSAS,; I SATURDAY MORNING. NOV. 15, 1856. TERM S. $2.00 rat. assum, e aiwascx. "The Ultimatum, of the Pro-Slavary ; - , ; . :. Propagandists. .. ... fi ; . , Under the above caption the Missouri - Democrat has the best article of the 'times, 'with which we have. come in ' contact,' on disunion. We commend . it, notwithstanding its great length, to t the attention of every reader. No man in hi 8 soher senses can doubt but that it is the ' intention of Southern dema- agogues to dissolve the American I. Union; ' and this, whether J onx C. Fre . moxt is the next ' President, or James I - Buchanan. They think the task easier I 'with the latter the Chief Magistrate of i the country, and it is for tha...

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. — 15 November 1856

ifeid of J ncfoty. Q. W. EaoWH, - - Editor, A. WATTELS, - Assistant Editor, IL VOTJITG, Corresponding Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. . - SATTJEDAY MORNING. NOV- 15, 1S56. TEEM S. $2.00 ra axxcx, or advascb The Hnadred Prisoners. Twenty of the one hundred Free State prisoners, under indictiment for mur der, at Lecompton, have been convicted of manslaughter, and sentenced to. five Tears imprisonment At hard labor. The togas statutes have made the following provisions for punishing them': , 8ec. 2. Every person who may be sentenced by any court of competent jurisdiction, tinder any law in force within this Territory, to punishment by confinement and hard labor, shall be deemed a convict, and shall immediately, tinder the charge of the keeper of such jail or public prison, or under the charge of such person as the keeper of such jail 1 Of tinblie -nrisnn mav kp!p A tn hard labor. & in the first nertion nf thia r j a act specified : and such keeper or othdT person, having charge of such c...

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. — 15 November 1856

Lawrence, Saturday, Uov. 15, 1856. - Lawlessness. Two years of residence in Kansas, without law, has begotten a spirit of1 disregard for the rights of others, which needs restraining V It seems as if many had no thought of the law of mine and thine." If any agricultural or me chanical implement is needed, or in fact, any other piece of personal prop erty, and it U within reach it is taken, or, in the language of the times is "pressed" into the service of the person desiring it. The time has come when this lawlessness should cease ; when the right to personal property should be re spected as it was formerly. If we have nq law to protect us in the enjoyment of the fruits of our toil, it becomes the owner aud possessor of property to be a law unto himself. lie. should not al low himself to be dispossessed of his possession, neither by violence or stealth. Every man's house is his cas tle. While in it he has the right to protect his person and property from injury. If his doors are clos...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 15 November 1856

f. t ft I 5 is II 3 i ft i:. til f i LawTfEcerSaturaajT, ITor. 15, 1856. ' C Agricaltcr2l. . r ' ,.TBe resources of Kansas are simple, an&asily developed. At present they are agriccltural. The soil is fertile, and of that quality which will ast 80," for many years, without manure. : " Wheat.? Those who put in winter wheat last fall, raised from 20 to 30 bushels per acre, on the sod The : earliest sowed -did the best. Septem ' ber is 'tha right time to sow as early as the middle of the month. We saw some spring wheat; but it yielded only 10 to 12 bushels per. acre. We rather suspect the first "crop of wheat, - on the -sodwill be tlieTbcst.' If it is not, we hare an uncommon country for the ar ticle. Wheat is now worth $1.50 per bushel.- ' . . ' ' - Coax. -The country is natural to , this, everywhere. Of course, the bot toms "will produce the heaviest crops We have seen none measured yet, to ' ascertain how much it will produce per Tficre, but have heard various estimates at from ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 22 November 1856

I - ' . . '-' . ' ' ... - " ' ' '.- - '.' ' ' . ' . - ' 1 -y -feJr-M Hl-d H- AH:i - M U--'. TEK5IS:--Two Dollars per Anum In Advance. ' : ' ' : v "tsuth crcshed to earth ; nxuShi &is" :: " 1" ,i : - ; !"c: ' : '. '' Family. IVe BY G. W. BIIOAYN & CO. ; t 1 ' : " : : k ' : : ' ' ' ' ' : " ! ! 3 : ' . 1 ' ' ' PI .: ? I ' 1 I I i '1 I i if child of ncfoh). G. W. BROWN, - - - . Editor, A. WATTEL9, Assistant Editor, H. YOUNG, Corresponding Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY 3I0RNING, NOV. 22, 1856. TERM S. $2.00 PEIl A55CM, IX adtaxoe. An Englishman in Kansas. A letter from Thomas A. Gladstoxe, an English traveler, appears in tbe Lon don Tinte, of tlie 11th ult-rescribing a Border Ruffian Mob, as ho saw it re turning from the sack of Lawrence, on the 22J, 23d and 24th of May last. We were a prisoner with a portion of hat mob, and accompanied a branch of it past Lawrence, on the 19th of May; and was encamped with a regiment nn 'der String ftllov) and Tilus on the 20th, and can bea...

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. — 22 November 1856

Jfe'rfO of JfreeSoty. O. W. BROWN, .... Editor, A. WATT ELS, - Assistant Editor, H. YOUNG, Corresponding Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. : SATUEDAT MORNING, NOV. 22, 1S56. TERM S. $2.00 TVs. axmt, rs astoce. Garrison and Strisgfellair. rhese, names represent the great . principles of slavery and anti-slave ry. They stand at the extremes of progressive society. ; One going up ward, the other downward. There is a striking similarity between the two men. Mr.rGarrison is editor of the Liberator, ' Boston, J&ass. " Dr. Stringfellow is ed itor of - the Squatter Sovereign., Atchi eou, Kansas. . Mr. Garrison advocates the dissolution of the American Union because it suttaint slavery. Dr. String fellow advocates the dissolution of the Union because it hinders the spread of slavery. Garrison exalts humanity and -worships at the shrine of human well-being. Stringfellow sets no value on human life, only as it may answer a selfish end. And with him human well-being is all included in the success o...

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. — 22 November 1856

i i n 1 3 1 3 I- i B 1 ; s Lawrence, Saturday, Koy. 32, 1856. baling With an Iron Hod. We have commented elsewhere on the action of Guv. Geary in ordering the murderer of David C. Bcffuji into custody, after he was discharged on bail. Since writing that article on our first page, in reply to the Lccornpton Union, to which the reader -is referred, new facts have heen developed to us. It seems that Col. Titus was successful in his search for Hays, consequently he was re-arrested and brought to Lecomp ton a few days ago, where he was held at last advices. Application was made to Judge Cato, at Tecnmseh, for a writ of habeas corpus, but the Judge was too well posted in his dutv to inteifero in the matter " cle on the Bnbjcct, in which it appears to be the object of that journal to cen sure the Governor, It also gives the correspondence between the Governor and Donaldson, the U. S. Marshal, which we copy : . Executive Departite jct. ) Icompton-, K.T., Xov. 10th, 'oG.j To I. B. Donaldson'...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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