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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 26 March 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM. COLUMBIANA CO.. OHIO. JAMES BARNABV, Jr., General Jjgcnt. BKNJAMI.V S. JONES, ) J. ELIZABETH JONES, J ''D11"- Pcnt.tsiitno Committe : Samuel Brooke, James Barnaby, Jr., David L. Galbreath, Lot Holmes. From the People's Journal. Memoir of William Lloyd Garrison. BY MARY HOWITT. (Concluded.) We give below the conclusion of Mrs. Ilowilt's Mi'inoir of W. L. Garrison. Ow ing to some delay in England, the number of the People' Journal containing il was only received within llie week. A. S. Standard. The life of ibis truly great nnd good man has been so entirely devoted to llie Anti-Slavery cause, that we run not give a sketch of the one without tricing, in some measure, the progress of the other. The patience, the forbearance, the Meadlast perseverance through good Htid through evil, the self-sacrifice, and self-renunciation, of the martyrs of emancipation, hid drawn upon the cause the eye of the wh Ve country ; and sympathy end conviction swelled tlieir r...

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. — 26 March 1847

COMMUNICATIONS. Murder will out. This in an adage ll.nl w ill in general, I be lieve, l.elrl (!M.il,yii it m iii linn s h:. ' ri.n tint the inn-eel,! sufl. rt hi.iI ilic guilty es Ciipe. Pi ib. ps this would bp ilie case g. ne rally, if Hip testimony of llip guilty person was to bp nclmittid ai.d riliid etu n by ti e conn, nrnee great care slintnd hp ixerciscd to ssccitain Ihe character of tlit witness. No . , , .... court or justice will permit a man under a fie tittnuii name lo tend by letter u statement what lie may call fuels, and rely upon llii statement a evidenee, his name and place of residence not being know n. In thP Anti-Slavpry Bugle of Jan. I5tb, J find an article irt relation tow bat some would call a diciis?ion between J. W. Walker nnd myself. It it lb-light by many who beard the discussion and have seen the article, thai "Observer" n.ust have been n very earrien otWrer, as hisarticlr evidi ntly lack the most important ingredient, that is truth ! I do not mpan to be u...

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. — 26 March 1847

Supreme Court ; while those who are op po-rd to having any fellowship with these works of daikness, would lo well, like lion est men to refuse ti enter into political utiin wilS. the oppressors of tlit-ir rice. Is it nil en in 'i l.i imka one' blood boil to t'tink of tlii" accursed chancier of the Con Mitulinn which the f.iilif r foi-itpil upon this country, and the worse t!mn Draco-laws that are enacted under it ! This n.ttton cl!s Itself Ilfpiihlionn nd Christian! and yet if we- meet a homeless stranger and h ke Mm In; if he lie hungry, feed liim j if n-aktd, elnihe him; if loot-sore and weary, help him on his Mud ; and he should chance In bo a ' f jgiiive from the most terrible oppression ' mm ever endured, we are liable to a fine of $500 fur so doing, and this in accordance with the U. S. Constitution, and in harmony with the terms nf the glorious Federal Union. Think of it, Children nf the West, fin hundred doHart penally for (loins h Christian ft -Jiot hundred dollar penalty 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. — 26 March 1847

POETRY. From the National Era. BARCLAY OF URY. Among jhe earliest converts to the doctrines of Friends in Scotland was Barclay nf Ury, an old and distinguished soldier, who had fought tinder Gustavus Adolphus in Germa ny. As a Quaker, he became the object of persecution and abuse at the hands of the magistrates and tbe populace. None bote the indignities of the nnh with greater pa tience and nobleness of soul than this once proud gentleman and soldier. 'One of his friends, on an occasion of uncommon ruda rteBS, lamented that he should be treated so harshly in his old age, who had heen so hon ored before. "1 find more satisfaction," said Barclay, "as well as honor, in heinff thus in tuited fot my roligious principles, than when a few years ago it was usual for the magis trates, as I passed the city of Aberdeen, to meet me on the road, and conduct me to pub lic entertainment in their hall, and then ca eort me out again, to gain my favor." Up the streets of Aberdeen, By the kirk and co...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 2 April 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO,, OHIO. JAMES BARXAnV, Jr., General .Igcnl. BENJAMIN S. JONES, ) J. ELIZA 13 ETH JONES, h HIToRS. Pi'BMsiilNo Committee: Samuel Brooke, James Barnaby, Jr., David L. Galbreath. Lot Holmes. From the National .A. S. Standard. Lysander Spooner on the Unconstitutionality of Slavery. "DoMRSTIC Sl.AVERV IS THE MOST PROMI NENT FEATL'RE IN THE AlllSTlirKATIC rill NTK NANL'K Or THE PROPOSED Co.XSTITl'TION." Gourcrnenr Morris in the Convention if 1787. Mjdison Papers, litM. We have read with attention the many co lumns which Mr. Goodell has showered up on us from various quarters, mid ran say, with perfect sincerity, without meaning to be satirical, that they contain nothing which needs any noiice from us, or which can mis lead a thoughtful reader of our previous cri ticism. Next in order of time conies the Essay of Lysander Spooncr on the Unconstitutionali ty of Slavery. We shall hut fullil an old promise in reviewing die argument it con tains. E...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 2 April 1847

' ' Ir" If ua ..milil r.mril'n il nnccikl.i fur ihn Parliament to enact that a man should try M c l lus own causes na those or other XZZZwl"VZ I it i laM 'r'"u ' couchrd in M.el, evi.J.M.t and ist-rti-i word" u, leave no doubt wb. .1,, r it w,.s the inlet, tf (Kb I r.-isl turc or n,.i ' ,;; . , , . U..iin;llnr Ken , also, of New York, the. rrS heniroTc- hil.CUU,r 8n'1 iiirereiftduetiini- c. r'n l... i it. , B 4 trehtduttiim,coi.cludt-aitl, Ubckstone, " It IS a principlo in the Rnolisli V-,ve il. .. nn rn-l nf l' ,1 i . A.... . I.. .:. . i I II ' I' ""'. "fiiM-rea in clear ahd lntelligib.o terms, cannot be tjueslioiied. or lis aul.ioriiy controlled in any couit of .Is- lice. When it is said in the books that a statule contrary to natural equality and riason or repugnant or impossible tu be performed, u void, the cases are understood to mean that the courts are In give the Malute a reasonablu construction. They will not readily presume, out of respect and duty to the lawgiver, that 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. — 2 April 1847

dissolve their connection with parents who refuse to perform the duty of parents ; that if the master hasa right todischargehis appren tices who will not serve him with fidelity, ap prentices have a right to leave the master who will not do his duty by them ; if governments have a right to disown such of their citizens ns fail in promised allegiance, the citizens or subjects have a right to repudiate the govern ments which fail to secure to thrin their rights tho object for which governments arc, or should be, established among men. This certainly is no more than just and rea sonable, if, ns is generally admitted in the ab stract, the obligations resting upon the par ties in the relations named, are equally bind ing upon both and grow out of reciprocal du. ties. It has often been asserted by the opponents of Disunion doctrines, that no member of the U. S. Government can possibly cease to be come a citizen of it ly his own act, and most certainly not if ho remains upon its soil. The ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 2 April 1847

POETRY. For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. The Slave's Soliloquy. Bright waters cf Itm valley, Ve bring no j'.y tn inr ; Your never-dying murmurs Say " God has made us free." Bui 1 nm doomed forever To bondage and to pain To drink the nip of sorrow. And wear Ibis gulling chain. The glorious, golden sunlight, The free, unshackled air ; Teach that the God of nature Wills freedom every w here. Then why, O, man unfueling ! Dost thou n tyr.int prove When every breath of heaven bpcaks Liberty and Luvs. ELLEN. Wadsworth, O. [From an English book called Poetry for the People.] LABOR. Heart of the People! Working men! Marrow and nerve of human powers. Who on your sturdy backs sustain, Through streaming Time, this world of ours Hold by that title, whirh proclaims, That ye aro undismayed and strong, Accomplishing whatever aims May to the sons of earth belong. Vet not on'ye alone dox'iid These offices, or burdens furl ; Labor, for some or oilier end, Is lord and master of us all. The hih-born Youth fr...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 9 April 1847

I'UULISIIHD EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM. COLUMBIANA CO.. CHIO. JAMES BARNABY, Jr., General .tn!. BENJAMIN S. JONES. ) J. ELIZABETH JONES, J 1-1 D Pi BMsntNO Committee : Samuel Brooke, James Barnnby, Jr., David L. Galbreath, Lot Holmes. From the National A. S. Standard. Lysander Spooner on the Constitution. "Domestic slavery is the most promi- NSNT FEATUtlK IS THK AIltSTOCHATlC C l TK NANt'K OF TUB PROPOSED CoNVrlTtTlO.H." (iourcmeiir Morris in the Convention o'.17s7. M idison Papers. Leaving tlio question whether Law, pro perly speaking, can establish Slavery, Mr. Spooner next attempts lo show that it bus never actually been established by lay in this country. For this purpose he examines the written Constitutions of the several Status of the Union. In making this examination, (he says, p. 15,1 1 shall not insist upon the principle of the preceding chapter, that there ran be no law contrary to natural right ; but shall admit, for the sake of the argument, that there may be such laws. I sh...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 9 April 1847

COMMUNICATIONS. New Hampshire Polities. NEW BEDFORD, March 26, 1847 Dear Friends : Before now yon have heard of ihe result ef Ihe late election in New Hampshire. The uiumpn 01 me third parly was both bitlciand short. It was short in that it lasted hut for a single year, and its star of hope has gono down in darkness forever. Bitter, too, has been in success. For while many Whigs in Congress, besides Mr. d'iddings and Mr. Tilden of your own State, (to say nothing of Corwin, the matchless wagoner,) have made brilliant speeches against the Mexican out rages, third parly Cilley has heen siding with the war dogs, and recommending a vi gorous prosecution of the butchery of the Mexicans. Too late his constituents have found him out, if, indeed, he have not really spoken their sentiments, and truly represented them. I doubt if the party can find a safer man after all. Not one of all their Stato or Congres sional candidates, (if John P. Hale be ex cepted, and who was not of them, indeed,) pr...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 9 April 1847

Frederick Douhlass expects to leave Li verpool on (lie 14th inst. for home, lie lias labored faithfully in Great Britain, and we are glad to know that our trans-atlantic friends appreciate his moral and intellectual worth. The Difference. Fanny Kemble Butler has recently been playing at a Theatre in Manchester, Eng. She received for tlx nights performance $2,500 ! The seamstresses in New York cannot obtain more than from $1 to $1.50 for six days labor. (fcS-The Elitors expect to be absent a couple of months, during which time the pa per will be left in good hands. For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. War and Warriors. War and Warriors. BY JOHN B. BEACH---NO. III. "Heroes alas! are things of small con cern." Giiav. ".ore i' the God-like attribute if Man.'" From what has been said it is useless to draw the formal inference that the riucsti.in of War and Peace ought to bo discussed, and the evils and sinfulness of the one, as well as the advantages and excellence of the other, spread out before...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 9 April 1847

POETRY From the Herald of Truth. The Spirit of Truth. BY MRS. SARAH T. BOLTON. I dreamed that 1 (aw on the fair brow of Heaven, The slar-jcwcled ve il of a midsummer even ; I locked, and, as quick ns a meteor's birth, A beautiful Spirit ditssemtrd to earth. liter brow wore a bain f light, nnd her ryn Was bright as the stur, uud as blue asihe sky. Her low, silvery Voice trembled soflas a spell. To the innermost chords of the heart, as il fell. One band held-a bannn inscribed' with "-ac-. roiio"' The other, the glorius Word of the Lord. Then, softly, the beautiful visic.i did glide To the puluce a rich man had reared in his pride. Through eurtsiins of crimson the Fun's mel low beam Tell, soft as the tremulous light of a dream, On all that was gorgeous in nature and art; thx all tliatcould gladden the eye or Ills heart. Trre rich man was clad in fine purple and gold ; The wealth in his coffers might never be told ; The brows of the servants that waiteJ around Grew bright when he smiled...

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. — 16 April 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMES BAKNABV, Jr.. General .icnt. BENJAMIN S. JONES, ) E T M J. ELIZABETH JONES, ) I'D,T0RS- Publishing Committee : Samuel Brooke, ' James Darnaby, Jr., David I.. Galbreath, Lot Holmes. From the National A. S. Standard. Lysander Spooner on the Constitution. "Domestic slavery is the mo?t piiumi kent feature in the aristocratic counte nance of the proposed constitution." (iouverneur Morris in the Convention if 1767. Madison Papers. We pass to the next point of Mr. Spoon er's argument, that the Constitution oi" the United Slates legally interpreted, dors not recognize or sanction Slavery. He consid ers himself to have proved : "That the Constitution of the United States, not only does not recognize or sanc tion .Slavery, as a legal institution, but that, on the contrary, it presumes all men to be free ; that il positively denies the right of properly tn man ; and il.at II, nj tlseJ, makes it impossible for Slavery to have a legal ...

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. — 16 April 1847

M.ll but tell in tf tlmn taturt, how ihil flupel can be truly preached without show ing Ine-.-,!,!.,.. itmi tl:ry ait iijorcil, uid without making a man of thy wutiuienia fee! s if he tw encouraged in rebellion." Thi ltd to h long argument maintained in the OVdsrt friendly spirit. At p.niing, the Javeholder cordially shook bands with (lie Quaker, and begged him to come again. Ilia -rulle were renewed, and six months after, he Virginian emancipated all bit slaves. COMMUNICATIONS. pAtsesviLLE, April 5, 1917 Fituftos Editom: The Lake Co. Liberty parly convention M held at Painesville, on the 18ib & 13th of March; and the quarterly meeting of the Lake Co. Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society on the 1st day of April. At the convention. George Bradbtirn, "the big gun" of the par ty, and Judga King, of Warren, were pres ent. In the afternoon of the 1st day, when Mr. Bradburn wna speaking of the duty of Churches anJ Ministers, in hi3 peculiar style. many eyes were turned to Mr. Gillclt, tho Pre...

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. — 16 April 1847

The Cincinnati Herald. Our olJ friend of the Clarion of Ereedum expresses much astonishment that ttie Herald ebould have so small a list of subscribers, nd calli upon the friend of the coflnuy and of the alive to exert ihennclvcs to extend ii circulation. Friend Hull, we know you to be a temperance man, and we have als heard you finding fault, and justly too, with the Whigs for promoting intemperance Ly en couraging; cider drinking; but wo wUh to know what you will say to tho following, from tho Cincinnati Morning Herald: 5" Vider, Vinegar and Pup. We B"e that many of tlin papers nre pulling llie p'ip and summer diinks of various est.il)!i ilimcnts, 11 nd we think we mtghl as well put in a word fir an old and good friond of ours. Mr. II. Nash, whose warehouse and mnimf ictory is on the liltlu alley leading Imm Columbia la l'ront, between Main ami Walnut. And first as regards his cider. This is as (rood has as clear a sparkle nnd as much body, and as smooth a taste ns any we evr-r ta...

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. — 16 April 1847

POETRY. Labor. At mrs. r. t. osoooo. Pause not to dream of the future before ui ; Pause not to weep the wild caret that come o'er us; Hark, how Creation'i Jeep, musical rhorus Unintermitting, goes up to Heaven ! Never the ocean-wava f:ili,.r i,. fl... i.,rr Never the little seed stops in in crow in s Wore and more richly the rose heart keep; . Till from its nourishing stem it is riven. " Labor is worshin!" llm roin I. "Labor ii worship ! "the wild bee is ring f :.- .1 i ... i mat eiouurnt w inner nnsnr ntr nir Speaks to thy soul from out nature's great ileal i. From the dark cloud flows the life givin shower; From the rough clod blows the soflbreatliin nower; II i . .1 . . .v.ii mo siiiaii insect, ma rich onmi inwsr Only man, in the plan, shrinks from his pari. Labor Is life! 'Till the still water faileth; Idleness ever riespaireth. Imwxileili Keep the watch wound, for the dark rust as ennein : Flowers droop and die in the stillness . noon. Labor is glory .'-.the flying cloud lighte...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 23 April 1847

PUBLISHED EVEIIY FRIDAY AT SALEM. COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMES BARNABY, Jr.. General Agent. HEMJAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH JONES, ) FuiTont. PvHt.iaHtno Committee: Samuel Brooke, James Uarnaby, Jr., David L. Galbreath, Lot Holmes. From the National A. S. Standard. Ljsandcr Spooncr on the Conslitiition. "DOMESTIC 8LVERV IS THE MOST MOMI WENT riATUnt I! THE ARISTOCRATIC COUNTE NANCE OF THE PROPOSED CONSTITUTION. " Vourerneur Morrii in the Convention of 1787. Madison Papers. In our critisism of the Constitution, we liave proceeded thus far on the plan or allow ing Mr. Spooner to explain the rules of law in hiii own way, and to extend them as fur as he pleases. Let na now pause a moment, and see whether any legal drcUions or prin ciples sustain him to the full extent of the rules he lays down. These are: (p. C2.) 1st. ' Where words are susceptible of two meanings, one consistent, and the other in consistent, with justice and natural right, that meaning, and only fW meaning, which is con...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 23 April 1847

Pennsylvania, then lic.14 in modified Slave-1 tj created bj recent law. Thai the clause doc not rrlate to obliga tion! growing out nf canlracl i evident from this, that elsewhere (Art. 1, See. 10) the States nr forbid to interfere wiut or annul Contracts. To interpret this rlanse as tela (in j (o contracts would make it mere repeti tion and supcrmmnp. Judged, then, by the tuiec of 17S3, the term held to service and lobei" docs aptly describe the condition of a slave, und is the phraseology usually employed fur that pur pose. Tliis is our answer tu Mr. Spoonir on this tioint. Lastly, " under the laws lliTcof," Mr. Spooner says this implies constitutional laws. He is right. We shall discuss this under last division. W. P. (to be co.NTiNi r;r) ) Corrections. 'In our last article "It is ludicrous to say of the legislation of tbiitecn States, all of w hich hud held slaves till within seven yenro, and twelve df which still hold them," should read, "strlr held them," meaning in 1797 a all ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 23 April 1847

For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. War and Warriors. BY JOHN B. BEACH—NO. V. "Great men are not always wise." BIBLE. Tboia who were at pain to rend our last article, will remember that we were dwelling upon one of llie prominent evils of war, viz : its terrible destruction of human life. We ad duced tome important facts from history, show ing what vast numbers have fallen upon lliu field. We spoke of the other means of de struction ever attendant upon the ej slum of the famine, the pestilence, and the fire of the infections and rigors of foreign climates of the privations, exposures and hardships that necessarily sweep off soldiers in vast multitudes, and of the widows that have been made, and the orphans that have perished from its barbarities. But perhaps some are ready to exclaim, " all this is ancient warfare." Very true and what, 1 uk, is modern warfare but "a chip from the old block 1" It is of a piece throughout tho devil's work from beginning to end. Truly fewer men tww fall upon 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. — 23 April 1847

POETRY. Birds. BY MARY HOWITT. Oh, the sunny, summer limp ! Oh, the leafy dimmer lime ! Merry ia the bird's Hie, When Hie year is in its prime ! Birds are by the water-fills Dashing in the rain-how spray ; -,. Eve;yw here, everywhere Light and lovely there are they ! Birds are in the forest old, Building in each homy tree; Birds are on the green lulls; Birds are by (he sea ; On the moor And in the Ten, 'Mong the whorlle-hcrrics green; In the yellow furze hush There the joyous bird is seen ! Ia the heather on the hill ; All among ilio mountain thyme; By tba little brook-sides, Where tiro sparkling water's rhnne; In the crag, and on the peak, Splintered, savage, wild and hare, There the bird with wild wing , Wheeleth through tho nir. Wheeleth through tho breezy air, Ringing, sereaming, in bin (light, Calling to his bird-male, In trcubleless delight ! In tho green and leafy wood, Where the branching ferns up-curl, Soon as is the dawning, Wakes the mavis mid the merle ; Wakes the cuekoo...

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