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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 11 December 1846

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SAUM, COLUMBIANA CD., OHIO. JAMES HARXAUV, Jr., Uintral .lcnt. HEXJAMIX S. JOXKS. ? J. elizaheth joxes, ,''D,TuBS- Pim.isntsri Committee: Samuel T'rookc, Jnmo Harnuby, Jr., David L. Ualbrcath, Lot Holmes. GLEe ' i VOL 2. XO. 19. '0 U.MOX WITH SALEM, OHIO, FRIDAY, SLAVEHOLDERS.-' DIX'LMDO 11, 1810. V HOLE A'O. 71. 'I remillanrei to be made, and all letter rclatini; to tlte jireumartf rrffairt nf Ikeptiper, to be addremed (post paid) to the General .lenf. Communications intended for inter linn lo be addretttd to the l'.ditim, C7 TriiMs ; $l,.r0 per annum, or fl.Tff (inrariablt required) if not paid within six months of ihe time of subscribing. Advertisements making less than a square inserted three tunes tor j cents: one square $1. Printed for Hit Publishing Cummillet ty Ci. ". IIAI'.!I5. ANNUAL MEETING. Of the Rhode Island A. S. Society. This society held its annual i u i fli u jr in Providence, commencing Nov. lltli, ldtti, the proceedings worn reported f i...

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. — 11 December 1846

y approval of tl.n 7.eal manifest?,! by lliom in their truly groat and philanthropic under taking, and also of testifying to that gen tleman himself, our admiration of his unwea ried and successful advocacy of the cause of the slave, and of expressing our earned de wire that thcynnd he, w ith his devoted coad jutors, may contiiue Mead fast in the good cause, till their (Hbrts are eventually crown ed with the most triumphant success. COMMUNICATIONS. PROVIDENCE, R. I., Nov. 1846. Dear Friends : We have just closed the annual meeting of the Rhode Inland Anti-Slavery Society. It was thronged ; and wag one of the most en thusiastic ever held in the st;ite. One, of the most striking incidents in the character of this society, is, that it still clings most tenaciously to organization; af ter hat ing avowed itself, as converted, bap tized, confirmed, even to cxtrcmo unction sacrament, to the doctrines of no organization, as lately advocated hy our lamented friend, Nathaniel P. Rogers. ThU 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. — 11 December 1846

conduct of the American Methodist. Episco- I nulla,, PpD.c(r;nn nn.l f M I ' ,...u.., . iinuj.Kimii, uiiu ungual v-lllircllCS, ehewing that all were now apolotrisls and do. fenders of slavery, although at first they were really anti-slavery churches. Ilo declared that had lie not received spiritual instruction irom oiner sources, he should have been nn BIhelSt. lie then adverted in snmn rprrnt ! proceedings of tho Evangelical Alliance. That body met in London a few weeks ago, I the question of American slavery came I before them. The Rev. Dr. Smythe. n clave- liolder. of South Carolina, was there j the ! Kev. Dr. Cox, moderator of a slaveholdinn- ! i:Ar..l A n. I.I I -.1 : . . . I ucnrnii ;,ssiMuiiij, nun omcrs inieresiou in ; maintenance of slavery were also there, i The Kev. Dr. Ilinton moved that shivehold. ers should not be admitted. The question was debated, Dr. Wardlaw, Mr. II imes and Mr. Nelson ably sustaining the position. riin discussion caused angry feelings on the jmrt 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. — 11 December 1846

POETRY. From the Tribune. THE COUNTRY OF THE FREE. BY ELIZABETH J. EAMES. Hr Cor.NTKT ! little need liast lliou that I thy prjiso should sing Thy name lies in llm Poet's verse and in the Minstrel's string ; Of mountain gray and valley green, where hero-deeds were done, Of regal Yf stern woods and streams, have stlrrinji tales been spun. Warriors and Statesmen give the meed of glory unto then ; Thy sons nre bravo, thy daughters fair, oh ! Country of the Free ! Amongst tho nations of the earth thou rear'et a haughty crest ; Thy stately ships nt anchor rido on many a river's breast. St. Ceorge's banner waveth not moro lofiily than tli i no Nor tho Lily-Flag of sunny France fairer, O land of mine ! Vea, thou nrt greatly prosperous, renown'd o'er earth and sea. And tho choices.! gilts i f Heaven bless the Country of the Free. Yet, O my Country! undented us all thy olories stand. The Seal of Sin is on thecetarnp'd with nu enduring brand ; For evil men with sovereign power in thy high plac...

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. — 18 December 1846

PUBLISHED ETERV FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMCIANA CO., OHIO. JAMES BARNABY, Jr., General Agent. BENJAMIN S. JONES, ) J. ELIZABETH JONES, Ed,tom- Publirhino Committee i Samuel Brooke, James Uarnaby, Jr., David L. Galbreath, Lot Holmes. VOL. 2. NO. 20. "SO UNION W ITU SALEM, OHIO, FRIDAY SLAVEHOLDERS." DECEMBER' 18,. 18 16. WHOLE NO. 72. Q&"AH rtmittanr.es tn be made, and all letter -relating to the prtuntnry affairs nf the prefer, to be addressed (post paid) to the General Agent. Communications intended for inter' (ion to be addressed to the Editors. 05-Terms : 1,50 per annum, or I,7S (invariably reiuired) if not psid within sis months of the time of subscribing. AovtRTiaEMRNTs making less than a square inserted three times for "5 cents: one square $ I. . .Printed for 1,'u Publishing Committee ly U. IV. llAl'bOOD. Reply of Frederick Douglass to Dr. Cox. On the first page will bo found the reply of Frederick Douglass to a venomous and most untruthful letter from the Rev. Samuel Hanson C...

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. — 18 December 1846

COMMUNICATIONS. Esktmtd Editors and Headers t . 1. ! 1 . .. . n i uuaniciii, tne nour nprmrrnl v for sleep and rest lo both physical and mental exercises yet remembering ns I did whilxt I Iny upon iny pillow lhat it was also mid- night in the moral universe 1 have just now arisen and have set a tallow caudle to blazing, the Iiht of inch has chased away the d k- tiess from a small spot on the earth ; near tho centre of this little circle of light I am now iiung nun pen in nanu lo answer the great monn roqumie wnicn sum ring humar.My is risking to till kindly intelligences in tho fol- owing interesting words : "Watchman tell us oi mo nigiit what U3 signs ol piomisn re, &c. 1 discover in a ri'ceul No. of iho Ifuglc, that a letter written from Jay co., la., by J.P.D.,to myself, hasa porliun of it come before the public, w ith a short editorial eal - ling attention to it as showing " pret'y clear- ly the character of Liberty parly in that sec- tion of country." Now 1 trust that the w...

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. — 18 December 1846

a um'nn if Christisns, In feed the hungry, clothe the naked, risit the sick ami afflicted, ed ucate and elevate the-neglected daises, distrib ute the liible, arrest the desolating process if war, and plead the cause if the oppressed in thort, to nwhe man, in all situations, the friend of man than they will a discussion if doc trines, if that discussio i leads to none of these results. The world now wants benevolent ac tionnot only for its reliif, but for its eonrcr lion. TIib abolitionists of this country will see in tho above glimpses of true Christianity of religion pure and nndefiled before God tlm Father, which consists in visiting the widow and fatherless in their afflictions, and in keeping oneself unspotted from tho world. They will discover in them the hated doc trines and principles of Garrisonian abolition Ism, of Garrisonian Infidelity infidelity to hoary headed guilt, but fijelity to God, and li 13 suffering poor. Could the Priest and Iho Levite convert tho man who had f...

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. — 18 December 1846

POETRY. POETRY. For the A. S. Bugle. Lines written after hearing an A. S. Address by Jas. Monroe. Freemrn! areye idle yet? Are your hearta on evil toll Do y still intend to lei " 'he lva remain in cha'ini 1 Do ye not still hear his groans. Hurtling forth in sorrow's lone. Caused by Southern vagabonds! Wipe away the stains Which debase your country's pride, Open all your bosoms wide Lei the land from sideto side, Cry "justice for the slave." Let each gurgling mountain rill Let each valley, plain, and hill, With the love of freedom thrill In honor to the brave. Let each galling chain be broke Take away each grievous yoke Danish at a single stroke Your heaven-daring tin Lest the God of TrullijanJ right, All your future prospects blight He's your strength and he's your might, If you once begin To pull the Devil's kingdom down, Tho' the world with fmndish power Look upon you, there's a crown. Of glory in the skies, Which he'll give to those who stand Firm for truth and raise the hand Aga...

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. — 25 December 1846

J JJ JJ.JBJ ' I'lULISIIKD EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO,, CIIIO, JAMES HARXARY, Jr., Central .Igcnt. nrcxiAMfx s. joxks ., J. eliareth jones, Prnr.isiitxn Committee: Samuel Brooke, Jumps Itarnaby, Jr., David I,, Calbrealh, Lot J I u! iik s. Ail 1 IroJjA V Mi 1 D U iiijlis "xo t'xxox vn:i sL.-.vn:ioLnr.Rs." VOL. 2. NO. 21. SALEM, OHIO, FRiiuy, rr:ci;Mi?K!i V, HOI t; NO. -, I (f.77 remittance In lit mule, and nil letter relnlinr I" f.le permniry tj;irr nj .incpnyer. In be i.tl'trrrnJ (post paid) In ie General ."isrul. i nmiMiu'cnlton intended for inter linn In be tddrri-i ! the r.titnr. fc.T Tr.n (ir rer --!!. .10 pr fnnurl, or tfl,75 retire !) ifnM paid within six mrr.ths rt th P'np of mib'.ritir'r. Anvrt'.Tisrvrrs trtihing !rrs than a lijimr inserted t'iree times for 73 cents: on square i?l. rriiiltilar thu VnhNJ.itit; Committtttf ' LETTER TO GERRIT SMITH. DEDHAM, Mass., Nov. 12, '46. GERRIT SMITH, Esq., Peterboro,' N. Y. DftAii Sir I have jusl finished tilt" perusal of a pri...

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 December 1846

McNair language, he had often heard of expressions c.t gratitude, hut never had hp teen Die visible manifestations of it to such a degree before." COMMUNICATIONS. SHARON, Medina co., Dec. 8, '46. Fjiuocm EciTcmsr Since we enmnicnned our lecturing lour We have had meetings at Royal town, Granger centre and at this place. At Royaltown, Third party h stronger than eith er, and I dost know but both of the other po litical parties. We held two meetings there; one in the sitting room and one in the bar room of the Tavern. The first evening I was alone; and although I had not more than fif teen hearers, 1 never talked with gTer.ter in terest to myself ,r apparently to others. I sat before an open blazing fire till 10 o'clock at night, nnd exposed, as well as I could, the unfathomable corruption of the American Churches, and showed tha folly of attempt ing to overthrow Slavery by voting or nlher w ise, with Church and Clergy in their pres ent position. The next evening Edward came to my aid...

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 December 1846

and to encourage others to do likowisc, were pledging themselves by thousands nnd tens of thousands to abstain altogether from iis use 88 a drink or beverage, and that thou sands of men had already been rescued from the gutter and rent to tin ir families, not to curse as they hud done, hut to bless thein not to impoverish, but to nourish them and that the prayers of the pure n ml true-hearted were nscsnding to Heaven fur this glorious end righteous work to go on m.iil nil of the human family should ho redeemed from the blighting ravages if this crying sin ihut then the Quakers of Maryland, feeling them selves rebuked for their practices and wish ing the countenance of the Quakers elsewhere, urged thoso within the hounds of Indiana Yearly Meeting, to employ no mch moans nnd measures for the redemption of the ine briate, or to stay the. ravages of intemperance, nnd that they, in reply to thiscill upon them, slated that they wero strengthened ai.d en couraged by it. I say when wo refle...

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 December 1846

POETRY. For the A. S. Bugle. Our Watch-Word is Disunion. BY WILLIAM HAYWARD, Jr. Out Chief is from llie malms above, Our symbol is the heavenly dove, 'i'iio banner over us i3 love. Our Watch-word is Disunion. An arrow from cur Chief shall fly And pierce the Eagle in llio sky, The rescued dove no morn shall cry, Our Watch-word is Disunion. As Mnn, our brother, is oppressed, As W oman's wrongs are unredressed And llie poor rliild can find no rest, Our Watch-word is Disunion. The motlirr's shriek, tlie father's prayer, The babe's wild cry that rends the air, Still urge us on to "Do and dare," Our Watch-word is Disunion. The friend of God tho friend of man Wiil join us in the glorious plan, To rid the world of Shivery 's ban, Our Watch-word is Disunion. We bail with joy our Leagued Allies, A re-enforcement of the wise. With them we'll c-Tcr sympathize, Our Watch-word is Disunion. Tim league of friendship and accord, Is sinctionrd by our Sovereign Lord, The leaguer wields the spirit's sw...

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. — 1 January 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMES UAUXAUY, Jr., Central J-,,,!. BENJAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH JONES, Enmitis. Pi'ni.isittMi Committke : Samuel Hrooko, James Ilarnaby, Jr., David L. Gulbrcath, Lot Holmes. 11 1 pmwujpm uim imii u i--.in" 1 " ' . "If1"' iiiiiwwinii ilium 3 i) II i ' 17 JJJJo VOL. 2. NO. 2'2. 'XO f.MOX WITH SLAVKUOI.DrUS ' S.V1.KM, OHIO, Fill DAY, JAM'AKY 1, 18 :7. V-HUlK Ml. 71. (grJlll remittances to lie made, and all letter relating to the pecuniary ajfairi nf the paper, to lie oddremid (post paid) to the Oentrml Jgrnt. t'ommunif.iitinnt inltndtd for inter' lion to lie addrttned to the F.ditore. C7 Tmms : tl,.r0 ft annum, or $1,75 (invariably required) if not paid within s months of ihe time of mibscribirg. AnvKiTisKMTs making less than a square inserted tlircs times lor 75 cents: -ona square ftl. F. 'mtedf ir tht Publishing Cummiilte kg , .. N. HtHullBa, imfmmmn -- ' irr-i-i in..... From the London Inquirer. Mr. Garrison's departure from...

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. — 1 January 1847

horror of slavery, which. Tor the purposo of this argument, wo must n member lo forget. Now, forgetting this fad, 1 say, the delin quency of Mexico mny be imido to nppenr absolutely villanous anil nnaccnuntiible, and when contrasted with Ibe mctki.css tinl pur ring licnmrerifss wilh which, fir the purpose of cur pump, v c n preach her, it is 8 Inrsl excellent fsiin if war nniva ." courfe furgcttii ir repudiation and French in- eiemru.y, wince . .. 100 h,inr troui.us woutei pood cause for civil wars. . After this highly ingenious ,,.,, ,U original message proceeds in a louriu d, slates-j man-like and pctfectly Talli yrmidic manner lhroi,eh page after paae of-pam.non, wmk-, ing up the dents ct Mexico, ui d the wrongs of Mexico to our suffering countryim-n, 'o uch a pilch as to be quite inconsistent with the beautiful picture of national happiness which lie drew in his oprniiirr paragraph, and " '"'' mAst 1 let Santa Anna pass the Fnuadron because it could not be helped, and be cause 1...

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. — 1 January 1847

agree that no ono but nn abolitionists should be admitted as a church member! Was tliis done for cfTectt When we have more leisuro we may take up the question as to whether or not theolo gians can differ on questions purely ethical. S. Bartley and Bebb. We publish in another column a commu nication over the signature of " P," charging us with a want of honor, dignity, &c, on ac count of some rcmatks made last week ii-on the messages. The writer is informed that we did not doubt but that the w bigs, meat of them, would think what (iov. Hartley sujsupon ihu Mack Laws favorable enough to the colored people. 1 1 is declaration that laws, consistent with humanity and justice, can be made, if neces sary, that will prevent colored people from settling in the State, may give evidence of much regard for the welfare of that oppress- ed class in the estimation of those miserable' slaves of prejudice and party, who cannot or dare not regard the black man as a human being, possessed of the 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. — 1 January 1847

POETRY. From the Liberty Bell. THE FALCONER. BY JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL. I have a falcon swift and pearless As e'er was cradled in the pine, No bird had ever eye go fearless Or wing so strong as tliis of mine; The winds not belter love to pilot The clouds with molten gold o'errun, Than him, a little burning islet, A stjr above the sunken sun. Hut belter ho loves the lusty morning When the Inst white si.ir yet stands at bay, And earth, half-waked, smiles a child's forewarning Of the longed-for mnt'icr-lt ins of day ; Thun with a lark's heart doth he lower By a gfc rious, upward instinrt drawn, No beo nestles deeper in the B arer, Than he in the bursting ruse of dawn. What joy to see l.i sails uplifted Against tlio worst that gibs ran dare, Throuirh the norlhwrsier's surges drifted, Hold viking of the sea ofnir! His eye is fierce, yet inildened over With something of a dove-like ruth, I em his master less than lover. His short and simple name is Truth. Whene'er some hoary owl of Error La...

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. — 8 January 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., CHiO. JAMES DARNADY, Jr., Central .font. IJENMAMI V S. JONKS, J. EL1.AUETII JONKS, Punt.isiitNO Committer : Samuel I'rooke, James Uarnaby, Jr., David L. (ialbrealh. Lot Holmes. VER VOL. 2. NO. 23. "XO UMON WITH SLAmtlOLUEKS." SALOI, OHIO, I'll ID AY. JAM'AKY 8, IS 17. whole no. ?;. fcj-.Hl remittance! (0 be made, and all letttr relating tit the prrumary ajfairi nf thrpaptr, tit lie adilrrsted (post paid) lo the Central Jenl. tiimmunication intended fur ifwtr tiun lo he adtlres'td to the Kdiiort. QiT Tkp.ms: 01,50 per annum, or l,75 (im iiri'ibly reiuirtd) if not paid w ithin six months of llie time of subscribing. AnvEimsroMii.NTS making less than a iqnar inserted three tunes for 75 cents: one squae $1.. Printed fur the J'ubliiiinir Cummilltt ly v. .f. llti'imou. From the People's Journal. MEMOIR OF WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON BY MARY HOWITT. was born in about tbirly WlM.IAM Ll.OVD (iAIUUSOX Kewhnrvnort. M assachu sells. " . J . . . . .......

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. — 8 January 1847

lli great argument. To our thinking, no I i.u.ri .cnipio i(,r Uiu Clluilclatmn of l,is doc trines could have been funnel; hut, however, a circumstance, which Contains in iistlf a re proof and a reproach to pn.fi -ssc.rs of tint doctrino which proclaims nil men to he broth ers, at length gave him t.p shelter ami s tac tion ol a met. Tne disciples r f Thoe.iin Paine, infidels hy pn fi ssion, i li'.-rod him ueu use r I their fi,r his advocacy , f t!. tights of limn. l,i nn infidi! I, ,11, i .rf ,r,., ho first proclaimed "sibrrly to tin- captive, and Iho opening of lb,, prison t-i tle-m thai V.re hoiin.l." -I em n believer in Christi anity," said ho. :.l t,n close of his o.n.rs- of lectures, "and H iston is pro!'.--.scdly a Chris tian city; hence 1 b!ii,l, w hilo 1 am cm strained to acknowledge i!,,. sup, ri. r hum an ity of what is f illed infidelity, to tin! Chris tianity tf tlio day." Tin's ohciitu-.t nice needs no comment; by their fruhs y,; shall krow tlicin. Great as was the f.irc...

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. — 8 January 1847

To Correspondents. Upon resuming our editorial duties we find a largo amount of correspondence of a very intcresting character, all of which sh;ill bo in serted as opportunity l!i-ra. The communication of A. (J. W, will be read with interest it filled us with fear and trembling lest slavery should havo another victim, and then again with rejoicing that her cllorls were unavailing. 'Observer'' shall bo heard conn. Friend Walker must have incl up his opponent in n masterly way. Wc are nlwnys glad to hear of big movements he i.i doing a groat work for the cnuso of truth. J. Miller's account of hit cxp'.iNi in frmi the M. K. Church ii w.-'.l suiie.l ti our c d innns. Wo hmir lii unyielding adlioronco to truth. A. Chapman's petition for help shall be heard ero long we trust it will be gr.nted. N. Brown's article is on file for insertion. N. Sclby's Hymn and reaver ia enough to make the blood curdle in every vein. It will 1)6 well to insert it surely slaveholders can pray in no other way....

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. — 8 January 1847

POETRY. AFAR IN THE DESERT. BY THOMAS PRINGLE. Afar in die desert I lovo to rule, Willi the silent Bush-bty alone by my side; When the soirows c t lif; the soul o'creast, And, s'u k of the present, I ciing to the past ; When tlie rye is suffused with regretful tear", From the fund recollections of f rnur years; And shadows cf thinos tliat have long since fled Flit over the bnin, like ghosts of tlie dead i Bright visions of glory, that vanished loo soon, Day-dreams, that departed rro manhood's l)"n ; Attachments by file or by f.dsih'-od refi ; Companions of early days, lost rr Irl'l; And my native land, whose magical nimo Thrills to the hi art like electric (1 .ine ; The liomn of my childhood; the haunts of n r V primp ; All the passions and scenes cf (Tin t rapturous time When the feelings were young and the world was new. Like the fresh bowers of E Ion unfolding to view ; All, all now forsaken, forgotten, forgone; And I, n lone exile, remembered by none; My high aims abandoned, my ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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