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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 4 June 1847

PUBLISHED EVEIIY F IllDA Y AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., CHIO. JAMES BARXABY, Jr., General Jgcid. B EX J AMI X S. JOXES, ) J. ELIZABETH JOXKS, j EniTons. PtBMsiUNO Committee: Samuel Brooke' James Barnnby, Jr., David I,, Galbreath, j Lot Holmes. I xo cxiox with surr.noLni.ns:'' SALEM, OHIO, TKIPAY, JtMi .j, i VOL. 2.-I0. ii. WHOLE NO. ! G. A. i .LaS j j AE j!1 .BUfjjj-liie fj-'.?' remillanersto be made, and at! letter! rrl.il in;: lathe pecuniary affairnf the paper, to be addressed (post paid) lo the General Jisrnt. Communications intendedor initr tian to be addressed to the Editor. O-Ttmt") i Ipl.r.fl per annum, or $t,76 (invariably required) if not paid W ilRfB i month ri the time of subscribing.- AnvKitTtsKMKST mnking less than a sqtirir inserted tlirco tiitie lor 75 ccntv on quare If 1 Trinted for the Publishing Committee ty i C, X. I1APGOOD. Massachusetts Legislature. REPORT OF MR. KEYES ON THE MEXICAN WAR. (Continue i?.) Apologies for the War. The review which Ins now been attempt-...

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

been in infliiHncml hy priestly mali gnity to irike blow which rejiieos the hem of ev ery slaveholder, and every despiscr of Hie colored race; nnd we loavo him to the jud-r. ment of she (iod of the oppressed, and lo tl?o monition of hi own conscicn-c. Kosolved. That in refnsi President of t'j'.s society, at tlmt timo in I'mg rnnd, to deny his libellous accusations thro' the medium of the WHnnn, and in excludtii" every word of explanation and delonee Hurt Wrb sent to him by others, even his own pal ' rons,. he evinced anything hut the spirit ol impartial jusuee, nni crave to tiie world the Wrongest presumptive evidence that he was liciuatri l)y an evil and a hitter spirit. Hesolved. That WO challonirn Iho I!, v. Ilr Campbell to find in the publications or pro .feedings of the American Anii-.SIavery Soci- y, iiom us organlzition lo the present hfur, h single sentence or word in disparagement i'i me ..nrisu.in religion: l lint we havo constantly affirmed that the ministry, the nuren. m...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 4 June 1847

Editorial Correspondence. We lookrd confidently for a communicv lion from llie IMilori, in time for this week's paper, liut have liorn disappointed. Proba lily before our next paper appears they will bo again nt lliclr post. We have been unable during llio absence of the Editors, to pay the attention to the pa per which it needed, and we fear it has not in somi respects been so interesting or use ful as it ought. We have been too busily oc cupied with other mattorn, to give sullleient time and attention to Selecting, &c, to furnish our readers with as good a paper, even, lis we might have done had more leisure been allowed us. Several aluable communica tions have, however, appeared, and the selec tions wo hope, have not been useless or unin teresting. We have, at nny rate, done the best we could under the circumstances, and we hope our subscribers will overlook any defects and blunders which may have oc- curred. j. John Van Zandt. Tliis friend of the Bondman, died recently nt hi...

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

POETRY. From the National Era. The Angels of Buena Vista. The Angels of Buena Vista. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. A Icltrr from Mexico slates that at tl.e ter rible fight of Buena Vista, Mexican women were tern hovering ntar the Held of death, for the purpose of giving aid and succor to the wounded. One poor woman was found unrounded by the maimed and sufforing of both armies, ministering to tho wants of A mericans as well u Mexicans with impartial tenderness. Speak and tell us, oarXhnena, looking North- ward far away, O'er the camp of the invaders, o'er the Mexi can array, Who is losing? who is w inning T are they far. or come Ihev near! Look abroad, and tell us, sister, w hither rolls the storm we hear. "Down the hills of Augostura still the storm v of hattlo rolls; Blood is flowing, men are dying God have mercy on their souls!" Who i losing who is winning "Over l.:n I I : mi mm uvpr plain, -I see b't smoke of cannon clouding through the mountain rain." Holy Af other 1 keep our brothers !...

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. — 11 June 1847

u it it i iu ii i' 11 r.vrnv vnini v ct! SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMES DARNAUY, Jr., General .1 gent. BENJAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH JONES, Editors Publishi.no Committkk : Samuel Brooke, James Barnaby, Jr., David L. Galbrealh, Lot Holmes. "So union with slaveholders." SLAVEHOLDERS." ; AY.IJtNE 11, 1847. VOL. 2. NO. 45. SALEM, OHIO, FRIBAY WHOLE NO. i7. ANTI-SL A VEBI BUGLE .ii:L.'..hm.LJL.iM. "i.j-.i; .HI rentittancesto Itl made, and uli Jtlieri relating tolhe pecuniar y f.Jairnf thipapir, ' lo be add r t mid (post paid) lo the Central Jlgtnt. Cummunicntiiliisinttndtdfot inset' I ion to be addressed lo tin Luitort. O-Tkiims : 41.50 per smiuiti, or linvariablxi required) if not paid W illiiu Ix month of the limn of subscribing. 1 '. AovERTisKMtyrs making less than a sqnar iiwprleil thruo linrcil ftil1 7 pritlt:.cinik square 81. Printed for the Publishing CofninWet 4y G. N. HAPGOOD. Massachusetts Legislature. REPORT OF MR. KEYES ON THE MEXICAN WAR. (Continued.) Real Objects of t...

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 June 1847

Voice of the South. TIio follow ing articles, from sumo of iho Southern paperi and the voieo of ihe wholu Southern press is mainly i.'io saniu show position and determination of the slavehold ing Stales. If the Northern people were but half as true lo ficerioin, as those of ilit- Sonih are tu slavery, a better statu of shines would " result. From the Southern (Huntsville, Ala.) Advocate. UNION OF THE SOUTH. Mr. Calhoun's speech lo his follow-cili-cns in Charleston, upon n r-tihject of deep and common interest l" llie whole South, is tven in this week's Advocate. The dangc r which threatens the Suuih, from the eoiubi nation among all parlies in the free Slates, is clearly portrayed, and the remedy, a union of the South in di fence of iis rights, is pointed cut. The position and olj eis of pailios in tho free Stales are correctly stated hy Mr. Calhoun. There, there is on union, an idi-n-tily of feeling and action, among Whigs and Democrats a thorough opposition to tho ex tension of sl...

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 June 1847

Home Again. ... , ... i .!. We have just returned from our vis.l hast, nnd shall be at our post again next week. , Since our absence from Ohio, wo have enjoy, ed many pleasant interviews with llie friend . e ..I ...I . . .i . ft : growing interest felt in the Great West, and a desire that it should receive that moral cul ture for which many parts of it are compara tively well prepared, so that its people may be alike true to humanity and to their own best interest!). It nppears to be well under stood that the West is a far bettir field for moral reform than ia the E ist, mid wo fre quently beard it observed, that had the same, amount of labor been bestowed upon Ohio as Massachusetts, the former would occupy a far higher position than the latter now does, ui uiu iuvr, uoiii we mci ai vi e .mi versa ties and elsewhere; and it gives us pleasure be able to say, that there is evidently a J. W. WALKER & N. N. SELBY. Wo hope the friends, in the different re- jrions w here meetings are ...

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 June 1847

POETRY. From the National Era, Illumination. BY GRACE GREENWOOD. Light up thy homes, Columbia, For those chivalrin men -Who bear to scenes of warlike strife Thy conquering arms again I Where glorious victories, Hash on flash, Reveal their stormy way Resaca's, Palo Alto's fields, The heights of Monterey I The y pile with thousands of thy foes Buena Vista's plain With maids and wives, at Vera Cruz, Swell high the list of slain 1 They paint upon the Southern skies The blaze of burnincr domes Their laurels dew with blood of babes Light up, light up thy homes! Light up your homes, oh fathers 1 For those young hero bands Whose march is still through vanquished towns, And over conquered lands! Whose valor, wild, impetuous, For all its fiery glow, fours onward like a lava tide, And sweeps away the foe ! For those whose dead brows glory crowns On crimson couches sleeping ; And with home faces wan willi grief, And fond eyes dim with weeping; And for the soldier, poor, unknown, Who battled, ma...

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 June 1847

PUBLISlinD EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, C0LUM3IANA CO., CIIIO. JAMES HAKNADY, Jr., Cnnal .Igcnt. BRVJAMIN S. JONHS, .. J. F.LI.AUKTH JOXKS, 5 ,'"ITol8' Pum.lsiitMo Committee: Samuel Brooke, .lames llarnaliy, Jr., David L. Galbreulh, Lot Holmes. ANTM I VER Y Bill! VOL. 2.10. -16. "Aj vxjux wjtu sL.iri:nou)i:iis." sali:m, oiiio, nil day, jiwe is, is 17. whole a'o. ps. .'7.7 remittance to be tnadc, and all Utters relating to the pecuniar; rffain nf ihe paper, to be addressed (post paid) lo the General Jlgei.t. Communications intended for inser lion to be addressed In the Editors. CTkrms : iPLflO per annum, or ff,T4 (invariably rejuireil) II not paid w limn six months of the lime of subscribing. AnvKin isKMi-:.NT8 making less than a square insTterl three times for 75 cenfs.H-oni square $1. Printed ft the Publishing Committee by - G. N. HAPGOOD. Massachusetts Legislature. REPORT OF MR. REYES ON THE MEXICAN WAR. (Continued.) Horrors of the War. Such is the origin of this war, nnd such are its o...

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 June 1847

wc eni r.cniij ou ipl. Judkina, the acconi-: i i r clina'"lcr ol thcileain-packetCam- j una, for Mi manly, independent and couttc- j ous treatment ol our esteemed fric d and elo- qiient advccale of emancipation and ll.e rights of man, F. Dmglas, on his recent reiurn passage trom fc.ngland. Tlio above resolutions, together with those upon llie Mexican war nnd the cliun-h, were discussed by the Rev. Mr. Russell, 0f Ming ham, C. L. Kunoml, Wm. . C'lmnniiig, I'. PilUbury and V. Phillip, and t.njiiimous'y adopted. Adjourned tine die. I ' FREDERICK DOUGLASS, President. Paml. Mat. Jr, ) . . Eliza J. Ktxs-v. Sc(relar' From the New York 'Ram's Horn.' Letter from Mr. Douglass. MrD'AsStS E!ow away on ynir 'Ram's Horn 1 It wild, rough, uncultivated nous may grate harshly on the ear of u fined and cultivated tn'miui bit! tors I am tli.tt its Voice will be pleasurahlu lo the slave, and terrrible lo lh slaveholder. Let tu have a full, clear, shrill, unmistakfahlo ec und. 'No compromise no concealm...

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 June 1847

To Correspondents. Communications lo secure attention must bo post paid. Tlio Publishing Committee have been taxeJ to a most unwarrantable ex lent the past year, in paying postage on arti cles, many of which were entirely unlit for publication. E. Her article will appear soon. J. J. W. Wo can furnish the books ho desires. Those bound in inualin will be $5 per doz. in paper, $3,75. We think fiiend V. failed to show what lie proposed in the commencement of his com munication. V are very happy to learn, however, that he lias "firmly resolved not to sustain slavery by any relation whatever, so cial, religioui or political; but to spurn it as the enemy of God mid man." It is a mailer of rrjoicing plso that " there are others in Wadsworth, who believe in worshipping God lit anirit nml in Irnlli. and !nVA tin iininti with r , slaveholders either in Church or in bialc, and I are not afraid that the Sabbilh will bo pro fannd by laying before the people the horrors of war and the diabolism of...

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 June 1847

POETRY. SUMMER. BY MARY HOWITT. Thky mny boast of the . spring-limn when flowers arc the fairest, And birds sing l.y thousands on ever green tree; They mny call it the loveliest, the greenest, the rarest; But the summer's the season that's dear est to me ! . For the brightness of sunshine; the depth of llie-shadows ; The crystal .of wuters; the fullness of green,- And the rich flowery growth of the old pas ture meadow 8, In the glory of summer can only he seen. Oh, the joy of tho green-wood ! I lovo to he in it. And list to the hum of the never-still bees, And to hear the sweet voice of the old moth er linnet, Calling unto her young 'mong the" leaves ol the trees ! To sec the red sqi irrrl frisk hither and thith er, And ti e water-rat plunging nbout in his . mirth ; . And the thousand small lives that the warm summer weather Calls forth to rejoice on the bountiful earth! Then the mountains, how fair! to the blue vault of heaven Towering np in the sunshine, and drink ing the light. W...

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 June 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT . SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMES BAftNABY, Jr., General Agent. BEVJAMIX S. JONES. ) Editors. J. ELIZABETH JONES, ) Pubi.ishiso Committer: Samuel Brooke. James Uarnuby, Jr., David L. Galbreath, Lot Holmes. .Y0 usiox with suivr.noi.nr.ns."' SALEM, OHIO,' . FRIDAY JIM -2j, 1817. VOL. 2. NO. 17. WHOLE NO. UI. 6LEL . f5-.f.V remittances lo I made, and Mlthttcrf relating to the pecuniary mffair of the peytr, to be addressed (post paid) lo tht Utntrai .?i;enl. Communication! intended for imer tiun to he addrensed lo Ihe Oil Hon . , ; 03-Terms: M.iiO per rmnnnv of f,? inrariabu reiuired) if not paid withftl i months oi the lime of subscribipo;.' - t AnVKBTisKMH.YTi Htnkiiiff less than a squara inserted three tunes fof 7 " e'enttn' -one sqtmrc $1 .- Frirdedfot the FuSlisting CoM millet hf G. N. HAPGOODt . ; "f Massachusetts Legislature. REPORT OF MR. KEYES ON THE MEXICAN WAR. (Concluded.) Farther Duly of the Free States. Such is a concise view of the origin, ob ...

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 June 1847

COMMUNICATIONS. Pro-Slavery Religion. Few have as good fin opportunity of com ing in contact with the public mind tin tlie nti-slavcry agent, and consequently, if he is baervmg, lew are better able t, judge of the true state of the cause than he. During the past few weeks, Nicholas Selby and mvsolf L r.t-.j . . ,. . I . ,r'78," have visited quite a number f ptarca on the Reserve, and held one or more meetings at Men place. At every placo there neems a great desire on the part c.f ilie people to ap- pear anti-slnvery as possible, and especial ly ia this the case with the ministry, who aeldom, or never, are seen at an anti-slavery meeting. I have thought it would be well . from time to time to furnish a few samples if the antitlavcry with which wo meet, for it la a fact that meets us at every town, that sects, parties, friends, interest are all held In higher estimation than the claims of hu manity. I am convinced that the greatest foe that the slave has, is religion in the form of 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. — 25 June 1847

To Correspondents. B. V. R. His article (hall appear. L. H. F. Her sketch Is on file for inser tion. T. M. B. Shall receive attention. V. N. Hi letter is received. D. B. D. ' Hat lent ui a review of Win. Lloyd Garrison' article on Free Produce, published In the Liberator a few monilis since, ll was written for the readers of that paper, and addressed especially to its editor. If we mistake not, there have been other re plies to the article referred to, and we pre sume the editor, believing there was truth in the old adage, that " enough is as good as n feast," thought it hardly worth while to pub lish it. lie now sends it to us, with a re quest that we insert it in the Bugle We think it would be imposing upon the pond sense of our readers to give them an article of more than ten page, which was not writ ten for this paper. B. B. D. did nut deem it necessary to write an article on Free Pro duce for the readers of the Bugle, mid we think it but a poor compliment to give them one becau...

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 June 1847

POETRY. 0" We find the following poem in a late Irish psppr. It in a gem, in its way, and i will (scarcely lull to muite asrrong impression tipon the reader of taste and feeling: The Poplin-Weaver. IMITATED FROM THE FRENCH OF BERANGER. (From Starkey's "Theoria.") I'm loth to wake yp, Art, my dear! Hut the steps of a stranger are drawing near; l p Hie rickpty stair lliey come,. Making, I think, for our wretched room ; Rise, Art, rite ! the last shilling's spent Art, it's the sheriff the rent the rent ! See, day-light has lit on the window-sill-Art ! is it you to he slumbering mill t Ye know that at last we must iiiit or par, Though ye didn't expect the distress to-day! Kise, Art, rise ! the last shilling's spent Art, it's the sheriff the rent the rent ! At tho door ! oh, a month to make up what's due! The landlord, he knows, Art, your word is true ; If he saw how we strive, he'd put off the sale; ' 'Twae the will of Cod that the trade should fail ! Rise, Art, rise ! tho last shilling...

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 July 1847

l'UHLlSIILO liVHKY FIUUAV AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMES BAUNADY, Jr., General JlScnt. BRN.IAMIN S. JONKS, )r J. ELIZABETH JONKS, Purlifuuno Committer: Samuel Brooke, James Darnaby, Jr., David L. Galbrealh, Lot Holmes. QT .'III rcmiliimccs to If made, and nil Utter relating to Ihc pecuniary ujl'airt of the paper, to lie addressed (post paid) to the General .'tienl. Communications intintlctl for instr lion to he addressed to the Editors. J Ot-Tkbms: ifil.GO p"r annum, or '.?5 mrariablff rciuircd) II not pain wimm months of the time of subscribing. ' Aiivkhtiskmknts making less than a square inserted threo times for 78 cents: onu square $1. Printed for the Publishing Committee by G. N. HAPGOOD. "su cxiux with uri:ii(iiji:ns." SALEM, OHIO, Fill DAY, JULY 2, IS 17. VOL. 2. NO. 48. WHOLE NO. 100. Trial for the Murder of a Slave. Tlie following report of llio trial of Eliza Uowand, of Charleston, S. C, we abridge from the Courier of that oily. 'J'ho agent of the murderer was acquit...

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 July 1847

Affairs at Santa Fe. wJ'i. ni'i rT1.ine f Profoun'l ""dnrw that we tire obliged to record the disgraceful pro- ferid V: .k Cn,luCl h" bpen 'hatac tensed by the grossest Insubordination; they plunder at their pleasure the defenceless M ItVL'n.'r10 hw con'PlinU no answer blow,. " "P'OMlie or disgraceful lhBIn.8!V,,,e abanu"1nn'n of military license, rA " 0ne'fi,lh of ,he wl,ole cotn- mand have died from thn r ,i: ucn. Noordcrprevails.no attempt at coer cion la made; " the sold iers"-says one C frnm w rCVPrilrilk'd or mustered, and dn-J!LBl,rl,0,,,cfr 10 Private sol- fusion " "'uuu,ull,ao UMsrule, and Tl i; cfr.M,. ' , y arCorJ 10 "IC nWii'ra, the bnnThPnaC'"'e,"'e,"8clvrs- Tl" P Bm- n j . V PBr"ap. were formerly accustomed, before they assumed the still more disgraceful part of marauders, plunder. "s arid murderers. They cheat and brow- rnl J ' "s y ly,and when night Comes. " (Inu n i . .... ,,,, iiisuienco and wine." they resort to the fandangos, and give full cope to their unbridled...

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 July 1847

To Correspondents. 13. W. B. will see that we have taken the liberty of altering Ms manuscript somewhat in form of expression, though we believe not; . In sentiment. B. H. D. is informed that we have given due consideration to the suggestions nnd statements contained in his second commu nication, but find nothing therein to induce us to change the opinion we expressed in our last, of the article he sent us for publication. We repeat what we then said "If D. B. D. will write an article of reasonable length for the Bugle, we will, of course give it place." We think any reasonable man should be sat isfied with such an ofler, and if B. D. I), cannot say all he wants to in one article of a reasonable length, no one better knows than himself that he might write a series. If his object is arrain to present his Free Produce views to the readers of the Bugle behaving done it once in a discussion which he contin ued so long as he saw proper we again re peat he is free to do it; but if his des...

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 July 1847

POETRY. For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. Our Country. She boasts of her glory as Liberty's station, And waves her broad banner of freedom above: Despises lli o voici! of Iter sons' lamentation, And chokes up tbe fountains of pity and love! Her prido is a pbantom, while millions aro weeping, Her glory a bubble, while gladness is slee ping, While over her borders destruction is swee ping, And mourning and sadness are wafted above. We triumph no longer sinco Freedom is bligh ted, Or boast of cur country wheroman is oppress ed ; Since Christians with Satan's black laws are united, To forge iron fetters and bind tho distress ed ; We'll weep with the weeping, and sigh with tho sighing, We'll mourn with the mourner, and comfort the dying, We'll pray for tho captive, In slavery lying, Nor until his redumption, from labor will rest. Till bindings, and brandings, and whippings are ended, Till Justice, and Mercy, awake at our call, Till man by his brother is loved and befrien ded ; We'll urgo on th...

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