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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 15 January 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., CHiO. JAMES BARNABY, Jr., General .1Stnt. BENJAMIN S. JONKS, J. ELIZABETH JONKS, PtnusiilNO Committkk : Samuel Brooke, James llarnnby, Jr., David L. Gulbreatli, Lot Holmes. From the Albany Patriot. GERRIT SMITH'S REPLY TO EDMUND QUINCY. PETERBORO', Nov. 23, 1816. Edmund Quincy, Eiq., of Mass.! Dear Sir 1 have this evening read your letter to me in the last Liberator. I am so busy in making preparations to leave home for a month or two, that my reply must be brief. A reply I must make for you might construe my silence into discourtesy and un friendliness. From your remark, that you have not seen my 'recent writings or speeches," 1 infer that you do not deign to cast a look upon the newspapers of the Liberty party. Your proud and disdainful state of mind toward this parly accounts for some of the mistakes in your let ter. For instance, were you a reader of its newspapers, you would not chargo me with irreverently' using the term JSiblc ...

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. — 15 January 1847

Ignorant commnmty, or the drunkards, stood o yoo, at ihe lime ynu entered into your no lttical compact with them, in the samo tela tion that the slaveholders ili.l to tl.P frre btatca in i 178, and you recognised and sus taihed their prejudice, w h-kct!ncss, ignor ance, or drunkenness, in your Constitution, then I think you Would be foreclosed, ns a Just man, from .objecting to them r c.in.li dates 1 Ins I conceive to ,e a fair illustru tion. All religions aro plied, hy ihe Con. stitutior., on an equal looting If a ,nrlv should he formpd on ihe principle of "no vo'- img inr .. amours, nor tor l!io. in politic .w.u..o..., nun v.niiioiics." l think ihatnar- t. . . 1 .1 ..... .l . .. i .i j u.. i oiiiu on precisely uie same groun with yours. In both cast-, the parly wotih es upon me rejection ol a clash of men whom, by tho Cnnstilulinnal consent. Un people have agreed to consider , , . anybody else. It can be done, of course, hut tmiy, i apprcnemi, Hy a breach of faith tc warns ine ost...

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. — 15 January 1847

be that when the grave opens to receive them and they pass from the presence of men, 'the world shall take no note of their departure,' and build no monument to their memories, yet their influence is onstamped upon the age, it will outlive the crumbling cenotaphs of forgotten heroes, and exist even when time shall be no morn. May God strengthen and sustain them! for it is mainly through the efforts of such laborers that '.he slave is to he redeemed and the spirit of tyranny cist out they arc the little rills which are to form and feed the mighty river which is defined to bear upon its bosom the gilts of freedom and of joy to the fettered bondman. The bed of the Mississippi would be a slreaniless ravine Wero it not for the constant supply it receives from the numberless rivulets which gather up the drops as they trickle from rock to rock upon the far distant hills and mountains, and bring them to that river upon whose waters float the costly palaces and gigantic ware ' houses of a mi...

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. — 15 January 1847

POETRY. The Days that are Gone. BY CHARLES MACKAY. ' , For at least a thousand years, (lis whole ountry seemed in a long and tunny dream. Every man had his liule plot, or coma enclose u iur a small annual acknowl edgement, and ihe rurxl race lived on with liule exertion and no care.' If 'm. Jiowitt Dougat Jerrold't Shilling Magazine. Who is it that mourns for the days that aro . gone, , When a noble could do as he liked with his own ? viien his serfs, with their burdens well fil led on their backs. Never dared to complain of the weight of tax ? .When his word was a statute, his nod was law, And for aught but his 'order' he cared not straw t When each had his dungeon and racks for me poor, And a gibbet to hang a refractory boor J They were days when a man with a Thought in ins pate, Was a man that was horn for the popular halo ; And if 'twere a thought that was good for (US kind. The man was too vile to be left unconfined Tho days when obedience in right or i wrong. Was always the se...

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. — 22 January 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMK.S 1UKXAUY, Jr., General .1 gent. BENJAMIN S. JONES, ) J. ELIZABETH JONES, h iutohs. Pcbuhihno Committer Samuel Urooke, James Uaniaby, Jr., David L. Galbreaib, Lot Holmes. WHERE IS SANTA FE? We promised to give ihis week some ex tracts from Oiddings' speech on tliii Presi dent's Message. Hcreare two passages, uud we wish we had room lor more. The facts presented are interesting, the language bold and forcible, and the conclusion irresistible. The President goes on witli iho rant spe cious misrepresentations nf facts to say, lli.it "Texas made gr.ints of land west of tlie Nueces." Thul ' a Senator and Uopri sen tative in the Texan Congress resided west of the Nueces," &e. To all of which I will only answer, that so r as they represent tin; jurisdiction of Tex is to h ive extended over the people in the valley i.f the Nueces, and east of the desert, they in iy he imc. lint if understood as saying that 'IVx is ever exer cis...

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. — 22 January 1847

of feeling liny leave behind thpm. is a token that liny ''do not the woik m pligrnily." Should ihey labor '" uc riming year, we siioutil liavp a great proportion nl ihc'fuuds of the F.iir to sustain lecturing agencies w iili. to efficient nrn they in obviating the mccssity of oxprixl inf them in rlher ways. Wiih the warmest congratulations of fTvc reason, anil with the highest hope fur foe fulnrc, as I see obstacles Tiding away ' tnd ln-?p coming ii. . 1 am Toiira trnlv. ' Nbike to us, nil li p state ! COMMUNICATIONS. "Come Over and Help us." Duaii FniK.NDs: I Sep several nntipps in the Bugle of Artti Slavpry Meetings in this and adjacent coun lies. Many i.f i!ip townships thus notified have lilru.iily hnil such meetings again ond again, uniil doubtless thn nmi-slavory princi ples as promulgated 1T f ii. Foster nntl ethers, arc well understood if not npprecia trJ. No I wish In suggest to mili-slavery fprakers t lie propriety of filtering into new field of labor. I have in my mind se...

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. — 22 January 1847

From Washington. A private letter, ju9l received from J. It. Giddings, under date of January loth, con tains llie following We have for the time being laid aside tho Mexican war, and are discussing the subject of slavery. I think we shall pass the Wil mot proposition, in some shtpe, and if we do there will he no territory obtained by the war, for unless it is to he slave territory the President will have none. Under these cir cumstances I am encouraged to hope the war may soon he brought to a close. These are, however, only opinions, though I think thein well founded. "The slave power has never been so hard pushed since we have been a nation as nt this time." Yours in the cause of freedom, j j ! J. 11. GIDDINGS. " A Nigger Concert." The village of Salem was last week visit ed by those degraded and degrading carica turists of the colored man, " The Ethiopian Minstrels," as we believe they call them selves. We are sorry to say they found na- ironago enougn 10 encourage mem to give : t...

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. — 22 January 1847

POETRY. From the Liberty Bell for 1847. LINES, On tcinf reminded lhal Vlarkton xcat lUtiJ, BY CHARLES T. BROOKS. Ano.her mar gone out in Freedom'. nfey'I No! '.is the meleor-lights of earth that Another Mar gone up. tn burn on high, A slar of fa i ill, and hope, and liberty ! Ho is not Inst tip h till not paused away t. Cloud earths may pass -but stars shine calmly on ; .And lie who doth the will of God, for aye , Abided., w heii (ho earth and heavens are gone. lie is not gone from ut. hut nearer yet "t To freemen's hearts ho dwell than e'er before: O ! say not I'ppI not that n star is set ! A star is lison, to cheer us cvcrmorp ! He ii not dead. for Ihii corrunlilile, now, ' Hath put on incorriiption, nl the eye Whose earthly li-fht is qucnchid to all be low, 'Roams w ith the lijjht of iuimort ilitv. Thy seed, O ! m dies , i.i . U quickened when It 1 , ' Nor yiplds its pprfect fruit till that same hour; So, while in dust, hit body mouldering lies, - His risen soul shall work with q...

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. — 29 January 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY i'UIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO,, CHIO, JAMES BARNABY, Jr., Central .Jgiut. BENJAMIN S. JONES, ) J. ELIZABETH JONES, hn PuBl.isiii-io Committee: Samuel Brooke, James L i.iby, Jr., David L. Galbrealh, Lot Holmes. PRESTON KING'S SPEECH ON THE TWO MILLION BILL. Tho following speech ir Mr. King (Demo crat.) delivered in the II mse of U.-"(.ri-sfifi;i-tives on tlio lith inst., was si"irostod bv some severe stricture indulcreil in by Hie Lnmn, I !...!...: i .. ., ... J ., .. i on the introduction bv that gentleman of bill appropriating Two Millions fur procuring peace with Mexico: l'u. freeman. Mr. Preston King asked leave lo malic a personal explanation ; leave being unanimous ly given, Mr. King said : Mr. Speaker I find in the Union of this morning a paragraph alluding, I presume, to a bill which I voslerdav asked leave 1.1 in troduce. The Editor of tho Union, it is very evident, mistakes the purport of the bill. I desire briefly to stite the reasons and opin ions which ...

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. — 29 January 1847

COMMUNICATIONS. MoKTVtLl.t, July 8, 1840. FriCND tDifont '. (laving lately bem expelled from the Church, and feeling that ilwn done without propet caiuc or a f iir trial, and being aware that my enemies have misrepresented the case throughout Chardon Circuit in a manner cal culated to injure me, duty to my family, my If. and the Christiiin religion impels inn to beg of you the privilege of staling the facta in the case and trial aa they are, through the medium of youf paper; Some time during the month of March last, colored man by the name of Watson came into this place, and lecture ! on the subject of American Slavery, During his remarks, he aid, among other things, that the Methodist Episcopal Church whs connected with this foul and heaven-daring system. From the hort acquaintance which I had with Mr. Watson, I highly respected him, and sym pathized with him in the efforts which he was making to obtain the liberty of the bond man. Soon after, about the filth of April, Mr. Norton p...

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. — 29 January 1847

To poverty only and scorn, can you wed ! You may loso your fine clothing perhaps lose your bread. Look at Hick, for a sample of fools in this line Why, with talents like hU it is surely a crime ! By preaching against us, to injnre our cant, They say, that his family is often in want. Then there Bright the "apoitatt" who fled from our number, Who roasts us to death amid lightning nnd thunder; And Garlick the Surgeon who gives us dis section, And Calvin the Tailor to spread llio du fic tion. But if you will come to our protracted mee ting, And join our grand 'army, their joy shall be fleeting ; Sy lies and by slander wo'll soon put them down, And our Pro-slavery Church with prosperity crown. O then let us pray, that Revivals soon may, Extend through the Churches by night and by day, . That the power of our Gospel thro' valley and dell, M iy bind men in shackles and send them to Hell. Prepared at all times to vindicate the course pursued by the above, 1 fearlessly ubscribe myself Frien...

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. — 29 January 1847

POETRY. From Douglass Jerrold's Shilling Magazine. Lover Her Still. Love her still ! Bht hnlh fallen very low, Thou, who knew'st her long ago, Little, little can'gl Ihou see Of her girlhood's purity ( But, though Kin hath left ita trace On her ones sweet happy face, And tlrat innocent maiden brow Droopeih in dark rhadow now Though life's glory nil hath fled, And life's shame is Iter's instead, Love her still ! Love her! let no harsh, cold word, Man, from lips of thine be heard : Woman, with no lifted eye Mock thou her deep misery Weep ye tears, give tear alone, To our world-forsaken one. Love her still ! Love her! let her feel your love Summer 3howers that fall above Fainting blossoms, leave with them Freshened leaf and straightened stem ; Sunshine oft doth give again Bloom, the bitter storm hath Ci'en; And this human love of ours. By the world's poor laded flowers May be found as dear a boon As God's blessed rain and sun, To restore their native hue, And their native fragrance too....

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. — 5 February 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMES BARNABY, Jr., GencraUgent. BENJAMIN S. JONES, ) rnITnoo J. ELIZABETH JONES, J 'D,ToM' PuBLisHtNO Committee: Samuel Brooke, James Barnaby, Jr., David L. Galbreath, Lot Holmes. REPORTS ON THE BLACK LAWS. IN HOUSE—JANUARY 2, 1847. majority" REPORT. Mr. Blake, from the select committee on tlie subject of laws nuking d isti nctions on account of color, madn the following rrport : 1 The select cotnmiltce to whom wns re- J ferred sundry petitions praying for therepeil i of an act entitled "an hcI to regulate black and mulatto persons," passed January 5th , 1801, and all subsequent nmpnduipnts to said act and also tint porlioi of ihe Governor's Message relating to the same subject, re apectfiilly rpport : That having given to the subject that consideration and reflection hich its importance demand, a majority of your committee ere compelled, by their own con- t:iousncss of what it right, to express the opin ion, that the reppal 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. — 5 February 1847

COMMUNICATIONS. COMMUNICATIONS. Hudson Convention---Liberty Party. The above Convention met in the Obcrlin Meeting House on the 27th, and organized by appointing Jun.cs IF. IVme, ,,f Pai,.8 villc, Chairman. . The delegation, I suppose, was considered good. There were between Nil and four hundred persons in attendance ine mceiing was announced by the chair to uo pcrlectly free all were invited to partici pule in the discussions. This is an Improve- mem or. me part ol our Liberty party friends. a uiue astonished nl some ihin-rs that were said end done, which inoro fully con inced ine of the inefficiency of that party fo; ... mcrmrowot slavery. .Still there were many noble sentiments uttend ; some truly u,"u,eu "ew presented, and some good re solutions passed. The leading object of the Convention seemed to be to organizo more efficiently the party on the Reserve. It was nrgued at great length that the party had but littlo stability, that rvory " Roorback" drew sway its members, and lef...

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. — 5 February 1847

To Correspondents. W. I.. K. A local agent remarked the other day, when a subscriber tells inu lie wants to discontinue his paper, if I cannot dissuade liim frsm his purpose, I go to work linj get a now one, for 1 am dcterminrtl the list shall not diminish in Ibis place. Is not his example worthy of imitation? Let all gents copy, V. N. All right, wo presume. S. B. is nut here. J. S. Ilia communication Was unsuited to our columns. It was published in the Village Register of this place. XV. J. C. Should be glad to attend the meeting, but can nrt. We hae but few doc uments that would be useful in the case re furred to those shall be forwarded. XV. E. I., liis artielo U on file for inser tion. Our arrangenicnls nro such that we cannot hold meetings in his neighborhood this winter. Wish we could. XV. S. When the roads are btttci we may lio'd meetings at 1!. XV. N. D. Next week we will give place to his communication. If he will refer to the 61th No., of the Bugle, be will get the in form...

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. — 5 February 1847

POETRY. Old Times and New. in. C. IPOO.VIS. Twai In my easy chair at home, About a week ago, I ant and puffed my light segar As usual, you must know. I mused upon the pilgrim flock hose luck il was to land Upon almost the only rock Along the Plymouth a.nd. In my mind'a eye, 1 saw them leave Their weather-beaten balk Before them spread the wintry wilds, Behind, rolltd ocean il.uk. Alone thnt little handful stood While savage Iota linked nigh, Their creed and watchword, ' I rubt in God And keep your powder dry.' Imagination's pencil then '1'li.it first stern winter painted, When more tli.iu half their number died, And stoutest spirits tainted. A tear unbidden filled one eye, My smoke hud filled Hie other; One sees Strang sights at such a time, Which quite the senses bother. I knew I tvin alone but lo! (Let him w ho dares deride mo ) I looked, and drawing up a chair, Dow n sat a man beside me. His dress was ancient, and his nir Was somewhat strange and foreign He civilly returned my st...

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. — 12 February 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY FltlDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMES BARNABY, Jr., General Jgcnt. BENJAMIN S. .TONUS, j. Elizabeth joni: Publishino Committee: Samuel Brooke, Junes Birnaby, Jr., David L. Galbrealh, Lot Holmes. Tlie following extrtcts we lake from a des- rription nf lite Baziarnt Doston, furnished ly : Maria V. Chapman fur ihe A. S. Stand- ; urd. The Thirteenth National Anti-Slavery Bazaar. In making tip otir account of the thirteenth annual effort in behalf of the Anii-Slavery movement, we sire obliged to acknowledge with a joyful pride in lite land nf our ances try proportionate lo otir sorrow over the land of our birth, that the brilliant beauty mid success of the occasion were more owing to Great Britain thin to America. Nut that it was less thin usually indebted to the Amer ican friends, but lo the English, Scottish, and Irish ones more. It should also he considered, that the exer tions of our beloved friends, llenrv C Wright, Frederick Dough s.?, James N.'liul fuin, an...

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. — 12 February 1847

COMMUNICATIONS. IS IT RIGHT TO SEND OUR CHILDREN TO THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF THIS STATE, WHILE COLORED CHILDREN ARE EXCLUDED! So numiTi'iis t!n! topics i;rov.i nr.it so ixpi riant have bnn g (Utef ll.e i.n'i-sl.ivcry (lis- cussi: n, that r.o one shou'd 1 surprise ii it' nine that ciialit to b;ivp c'..ieiirt! a, r.nare c t attention, h.'d ( sciipi d gt ;! r .1 notice. Tin most profound pioiii i is cf tl.c tnirrpri.-e It il far short of Sim hig ihe extent to which prill ciplcs announced by thenis. Ives would ij 1 .i tnatily lead. Win. I.'.ryd Crrisnn, r.nt n,a ry years r go in an a J dro,-s to colored citizens, 1 believe of Uosti.n, celled thi.t a fee Con Slitution which he now sj i aruestly repudi ate as a ("i.vi'u-.-.iit e ii'i death and nn agree mcr.t villi 1'cll." Mad i:r;y cue to'd liiin at that time tbiil I'.o.t Constitution which be so landed was threading the aegis of Us tie-nci-clous power over lb wlii.lt? sj stem of slavery, and that tin; col. in d people in av,.il:a the"::: sr...

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. — 12 February 1847

ami what better coulJ he expected 1 Tho party has always been used as a shit-Id I r the pro-shivery religion of llin Imd ; whenev er tlio Bulwark of slavery In? been attacked, Liberty party was there to give "aid and comfort" In the enemy by declaring that as n party it did not sit in judgment upon men's ecclesiastical relations. We speak not rf the action of any frtijmcn! of the p-trly, ht:t are considering it ns a whole. It would seem then that the inevitiblo result of sneh a con nection must be the destruction of all vitali ty the party ever possessed, tlio ealiiiT out of the anti-slavery life of in supporter'. This destroying process has commented, and in mora SlaU-s too, than M is.s. snJ Conn. Tho only question left for the party to decide is, whether it will die such n de.lh. Kill itself by taking truo ground against the church, cr b.como ouo with it in its dcfirt.'C t.f fdavi ry . There is no ether alternative. Die it must, if it remains in the position in which it now stands...

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. — 12 February 1847

POETRY. The Wandering Jew. Freely Translated from the German BY CHAS T. BROCKS. Thk Wandering Jew once said to me, 1 passed through a city in the cool of (lie year. A man in the garden plucked fruit from a tree ; 1 asked, 'How long has the city been herd' And he answered me, and he plucked away, 'It has always stood where it stand to-diiy, And here it will stand forever and aye.' Five hundred years rolled by, and then I traveled lha selfsame road again. No trare of a city there I found ; A sheperd Rut Mow ing hi pipe alone, His- ftoek went cmietly nibbling round: 1 asked, 'How long has theciiy been gone!' And he answered me, and lie piped away 'The new ones hlooin and the old decay, This is my pasture ground for aye.' Five hundred years rolled by, and then 1 traveled the selfsame road again. And I eame to a sea, and the waves did roar, And a fisherman threw his net not clear, And when, heavy l.iden, he dragged it ashore, 'I asked, "How long has the sea been herd" And he laughed, and...

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