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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 24 September 1847

BENJAMIN S. JONES, ) J. ELIZABETH JONES, J Editors. Publishing Committee: Samuel Brooke, James Barnaby, Jr., David L. Galbrealh, Lot Holmes. Printed for the Publishing Committee by O. N. HAPGOOD, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COIUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMES BARNABY, Jr., General Jlgenl. A Great Slaveholding Project. (gjr Read tlm following circular, which has been widely circulated. We rejoice to see that Slavery is about to rest its claims upon the grounds of argument. We hope the new paper may be started. AW. Era, Charleston, August 2, 1817. Sirs -We trust that we shall not be con sidered as taking an unwarrantable liberty in addressing to yourself, and some others, in whose discretion we rely, the following com munication. We make an appeal to you, ir respective of party politics, as one having a common interest with ourselves, upon a mat ter, as we conceive, of momentous concern to every Southern man. You cannot hut have observed the rapid progress in the Anti-Slavery spirit, for...

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. — 24 September 1847

ting of Mini wlii ha J been I he special pro tector of the Putri irrhs of Israel upon thnsn who aided in building1 a house to the worship of Heaven, and Mr. Henry Morrison, a your) j gcnllemin nl ;pH address, who fi oi led an impropriate poetical compo ;ti"i at the close ol lh cert m .nv, reniind-d in Gcn- liles lint bis G d tvai our Vjd, and feeling- I ly spoke of all as If r-1 li r i n . i S miy it I) j ! Let -us 1m, c.iinrii j!.!o ami forbearing toward those who differ i'.ri in in Religion, and trust tn trnih, ;u,d tin, fi l ol truth, III t ii iiiiileiit.il ae, I nig loretold, will reach the new world ut last. On llio wh'iie, we were pleased and in Btrueted hy witnessing these Jewish ceremo nies, and fell more kindly, wore that posi hle, toward the remnant of a f.ir-f.iiued race, iidhoring, in nnr changeful limes, with une qualled tenacity to tho ways of their for foil,, era, and the language of the O inien of Kd n, lielore sin and sorrow were known to lite children of men, or a ...

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. — 24 September 1847

To Correspondents. J. M. McK. Tlie same envelope the Free man uses $3,25. Hope it has been sent ere this. S. D. His letter was received. Have been waiting In rain for an opportunity to forward. The books be had better get of S. B. W. E. L. His article came to hand and shall he attended to. C. L. M. Shall have place next week. T. J. & S. Thanks for the letter hope to bear again immediately. nt The One Idea. At the Columbiana County Liberty party Nominating Convention, held on the 11th Inst., the following resolution was adopted t taW, That we support candidates only who go in favor of Total Abstinence in con nection with Liberty principles. We confess we arc unablo to spo what closer connection rum-drinking has with sla very than Tariffs or Hanks. If Liberty par ty, under professions of anti-slavery, is at liberty to hitch on to its principles Total Abstinence, we think it ought to ln less liberal of its sneers at the nineteen points of Goodellism. The Convention was not perhaps ...

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. — 24 September 1847

POETRY. The Two Birds. BY SAMUEL LOVER, ESQ. A bright bint lived in golden cage, So gently landed by groom and page. And a wild bird came her pomp to see, And said, " I wish 1 could live with thee; For thou oanst sing And prune thy wing, While dainty fare, Thy slaves prepare." The wild bird came her pomp to see, And said, ' I wish I could live like thee!" Then from tho cage came a plaintive voice, Which bade the wild bird to wjoice, ' For I'd give my golden cage," said she, For thy humble perch on the wild wood tree, For thou canst sing On Freedom's wing These bars of gold A slave enfold ; I'd irive mv Bidden case." said she, "For thy humble perch on tho wild wood tree." Then, when the bird of the wild wood knew The bright one weary of bondage grew, He set the plaintive captive free, And away they flew singing "Liberty!" In joy they roam Their leafy home, And trill the lay The live long day The lay of love from hearts set free, For love was blest with Liberty. The Farmer's Song. Whe...

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 October 1847

PUBLISHED CVKRV KltlUAV AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMKS BARNABY, Jr., General Jgrnt. BENJAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH JONKS, EniToits. PuilH9llI.NO ClIM.MlTTKE : Samuel Brooke, James D.irnaby, Jr., David L. Galbreath, Lot Holmes. Printed for tht 1'ublishing Committee by G. N. HAPGOOD. From the Liberator. Voting for Disunion at the Ballot-Box. The following are llie remarks offered on this subject by EnMCNl) Quisc-v, before the last Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society : The resolution is on the duty of abolition ists, with regard to political action under (ho Constitution of the United Stales. I suppose that almost nil of thoso who listen to me now, are aware of the position which abolitionists of the American and of the Massachusetts A. S. Societies occupy, with regard to the Con stitution and the Union. 1 suppose that you nil know that in the course ol 'our history, as we looked about to see where we stood with regard to the great evil of American Slavery,...

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 October 1847

Brown's Narrative. following is an extract from the Nar rative of V. W. Uruwn. Toward the latter part of the summer, Cap tain Reynolds left llm boat, nnd I was rent home. 1 was then placed nil the firm under Mr. Haskell, tilt) over-mer. A I bad hi on some tiiiiH out of the field, an I not accustom ed to work in ihu buminj sun, it was very bard; but i w.n compulleJ to keep up with the best uf the hand. 1 found a great (inference between til a work in a steamboat cabin and that in a corn field. My master, who wis then living in tlin city, soon after removed ti tbo farm, when I was taken out of the field to woik in the. house as a waiter. Though bis wif.i was very peevish, and hard lo please, I much pre ferred lo lie under her control than the over aeer's. Tlicy brought w ith ihem Mr. Sin me, it Presbyterian minisier ; Miss Mariha Tul fey, a niece of theirs from Kentucky ; and their nephew William, The latter had been in the. family a number of years, but the oth ers were an new -comer...

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 October 1847

To Correspondents. P. U. The letter containing li is name was laid asido by mistake it U now entered on our books. J. E. 1'. The missing article is recovered she can obtain it by calling here. What does it mean 1 Dr. Delany, ed ilor of the Pittsburg Mystery, who recently adopted, it' we mistake not, Disunion ground, is advertised as an invited speaker at a Lib erty parly convention soon to be held in Western Pennsylvania. Does the Dr. go for Disunion or Liberty party, or a little of both 1 A prospectus for a new Phonographic paper will be found in another column. Virginia. The Wchm.nl llpi'i'.icin spmksnf the condition of this S.ato in the following man lier : " Neglect ami decay seem to have laid their hands upon thn commerce, Hih enter prise, and the educ ilion of this old Common wealth. Its noble harbors, with here and there a straggling sail, look like huge " ban quet halls, deserled." lis beautilul rivers arc impeded and their value impaired hy ob structions, which the least ex...

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 October 1847

POETRY. For the Bugle. Thinking and Working. Let those who will, ay labor i not food For thoughtj to me it seemeth otherwise. One niny be ma wed within the studio And, seated Bt the desk w ith grasped pen And the white sheet outspread, hope to receive The thought-tracks, frtely, from the finger ends : But no ! the thoughts arc gone, nor will they come Back at our bidding; if a glimpse appear, Ti gone with lightning speed. Willi ner vous hand The pate is scratched the forehead rubbed, in hope To rouse, as if from sleep, a bright idea. 'Tis vain; and there the stainless paper lies, As if in mockery of llm racking bruin. Dut while the willing hand plies at some task Of useful industry, when hand and heart I'nite fjr a good purpose, and together Pursue their steady course, 'tis then that thoughts Come forth come willingly up, as from the head Of the clear fountain, filling up the mind Aye, the whole being with an energy A thankfulness which, of iUolf, is happiness : Then seize the pen, ...

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 October 1847

PUULISIIKI) EVHRY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMES BAIUXADY, Jr., Central .igrnt. BEXJAMIN s. jones, )rDIT(,H, J. EL1ZAUETH JONES, l'",T"RS- I'l'itMsiit.xo Committee: Samuel Brooke, Jimfls B.irnaby, Jr., David L. Galbreath, Lot Holmes. Printed for the Publishing Committee by U. X. IIAPUOOD. American Slavery Defended. Un Friday n i irli I last, the Mev. Alexander Campbell, of irginia, I'. v., explained all some length his views on the much agitated . question of American slavery. J Is felt it ne- I cessary lo do so, in consequence nf the streets of Edinburgh lining placarded w ith announce- ! inents styling him the defender and ally of : A merican slave holders. The reverend L'cn-' llcmaii explained his views at considerable i length, iie.d with great calmness and clear- ties. After denying that then: was anv i ground whatever for culling him the friend of manstealers, he read a correspondence which had been conducted betwixt himself and the Hev. Jjtues Robertson with a v...

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 October 1847

From on Edinburgh Paper. ALEXANDER CAMPBELL AND AMERICAN. SLAVERY. A very numerous nnd respectable meeting M lh citizens of Edinburgh was held nn Monday evening, in Brighton Street Church, called by the Ami-Slavery Society, for Ihe purpose of reviewing a speech delivered by Alexander Campbell. tf Virginia, at pub lic meeting in the Waterloo Rooms, Edin burgh, on the. evening of Friday last, and al io to pass several resolutions in connection w tth that gentleman. Councillor Siott was called to the eh:iir, and, having made a few introductory remarks, introduced the Rev. .Tames Robertson, the feecretary of the Anti-Slavery Society. Mr. Robertson said The' object which I have in view in appearing before you is to Mate the true positions and opinions or the Kev. Alexander Campbell nf America, in so far at these opinions and that position refer to the question of slavi holding. The gentle man whose position and opinim.s are to be reviewed it by many years my tenior. This I ahall try not ...

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 October 1847

members of the Society will continue and j increase their exertions to extend its circula- . ,'on , The Placard. Below U a copy of on? ot the plnarJs which wero posted in Scotland in honor (f Campbell's arrival there. The in- tended route of himself and colleague J. Hcnshall having been learned by the friends of the slave there, placards were forwarded to all the towns and villages in w hich tin y ' expected to lecture. In addition to the anti slavery reception thus given him, we learn from the Glasgow News, that the llev. James Robertson Secretary of the Edinburgh ! mancipation Society, nud with whom the CIreat Placarded refused to discuss the ques tion of Slavery had caused a warrant to bo issued for his apprehension, for allidgcd li bellous matter utle red against said Robert son. Hut to the placard. PEOPLE OF SCOTLAND, Beware! Mr. A. CAMPBELL, and his colleague, Mr. J. HENSHALL, from Virginia, U.S., ore at present lecturing tlirougliout Scotland on Christian L'nitm ; and, as lli...

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 October 1847

MISCELLANEOUS. From the Union Magazine. "CONQUERING A PEACE." BY T. S. ARTHUR. ,Tt I , - . , , , , . , 'llullies.iysliKWi.n l. . -j . ... ... c .1 . . 'I II show him a trick w orth two of that I I .. ,, I ttee ir J Hon t! 1 .1 . iii: i .. i ...... . ii i i 'I told hun nst what yon said, and lie re- 1 . ! i ;. i ,i . i iii i ; plied quite angrily, thai ho won d do no such !i.i.. T1...1 if ........ .. .11. . ' i thing. i init it vu expected to tret anvlhtn ri.hr. hir it.'.i i I I I , . " ' """"! nun ry that Kin I ol bluster ng, you were mistaken I liJ he say that?' es he did ' iV .....ii i' ' imi ii- i.i. -I " tlT.",' J.neVtr n."y "m . " "" "im mo, anu never "in. ingni is rioin, anil 1 II stand up to it while I've hrnakh in my ho.ly. I'll spend . tlm last dollar l'vi. jrot, In-fore 111 sull'.-r aj man like dim to do ino iiiy injury and then insult mo whnii I ask for rrparalion.' . no sayc itii-ro are two sides to this oih.-s-tion.' 1 'Indoed ! St thprn arp. A rioht side and a wrong si...

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 October 1847

ANT I-S LAV K R Y B U G L K - SALEM, OCTOBER 15, 1617. 'I love agitation when there is cause font the alarm bell which startles tlic inhabi tant! of a city, saves them from being burn ed in their bods." Edmund llnrke. 0Persons having business connected with the paper, will please call on James Barnaby, corner of Main and Cliesnut sts. Special Notice to Subscribers. By an arrangement recently made, the llu gib is to be transferred from the Committee by whom it has heretofore been published, back to the Executive Committee of the Wes tern A. S. Society, and will in future, be the property, as well as the organ, of that So ciety. This arrangement will doubtless meet the approbation of our subscribers, and the friends of the Anti-Slavery cause generally. At the time of the commencement of the llugle, when the Society was in a somewhat unset tled state, and a part of the Executive Com mittee not entirely satisfied as to the proprie ty of publishing a paper of the character of the Bugle, ...

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 October 1847

PUBLISH EI EVERV FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. fly the V.rccutirc Committee if the Western Jlnti-Slavcry Society- JAMES BARNABY, J r. Publishing Jg'ent. HRV.IAMIV S. JONKS. ) KniTons. J. KL1ZAUKTII JONKS, j Printed for tht Executive Committee by G. N. IIAPGOOD. Slavery: the Two-Faced Teaching of the South. To sustain wrung, il is necessary lo resorl to falsehood. Tlie southern advocates of slavery furnish nn illustration of this on a large scale. They have one set of senti ments for the South, another for the North. This is well shown in the following article from the pen of Judge Jay. It is part of a letter addressed by him to Mr. Ives, F.pisco- pal bishop, in North Carolina. The facts 1 1 rn eonluit a ro imnnrltinl inilniiAnflanllu il their bearing upon the general scope of the article. J he reading ol an article of this kind, cannot fail to awaken emotions of in dignation and abhorrence against the delib erate falsehood and unmitigated meanness with which men in eminent ...

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 October 1847

COMMUNICATIONS. J. W. Walker and the Wesleyans. Editor : I would not bsU your spaca cr tlio alien tion of your reader to the following remark, which partake somewhat of personal char acter, were it not thai I am an ngenl of the Ami-Slavery Society, and that the enemies of that Society nirke use of, and use only of personal matter to its injury. For months, os it is well known, I have been tho subject of continual ahum am' cal umny charges involving my menl chanc ier havo been freely made and circulated by eonm of the preachers with the avowed inten tion of so prejudicing the members and friends of llie Wesleyan church asjair.st the anti-slavery movement, that they might he prevent ed from leaving thai organization. 1 propose to give o brief narration of facta connected with this matter, that tho people tuny have another specimen of tho utter rolti nness of tho priestly character, and amid all their pre tensions to nnti-slavury, their bitter hostility to freedom, justice and right. 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. — 22 October 1847

1 come free ihe moment they became British subjects, such a transfer must be deprecntod by every lover of. American liberty. The only Way to prevent this catastrophe is for the U- ! States, alias, the slave-power to obtain J possession of it first eithor by purchase or nlnn.lof. rrnnta it into a state, incornoraio it with the American Union, and defy the pow er of Britain. I Thc firoat mass of this people w ill, in all j likelihood, look upon the annexation of Cu- ha as they diJ upon that of Texas, unless j they remember bow wofully they worn de- j ceived in regard to the latter schemu. There ; is one fact that is sufficient to wr.rrant the ' friends of freedom in watching the movements of the south touching this matter with the til- i most vigilance. The slavi.hoidcrs waul tit and what have they ever desired in the shape j of territory that the north has not aidej them ' toacquire, and what have tiny ever failed to obtaint In addition to thin, the notorious N. ; P. Trist, who has 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. — 22 October 1847

POETRY. For the Bugle. The Contrast, or the two Spirits. Good Spirit. Columbia, Columbia, thou daughter of Hea ven, Oh, heed the shrill cry of despair! The fair Emerald Isle by sore famine is ri ven, Her Mailings now burden the air. Then haste to the rescue, let love speed your flight, And glory you soon shall obtain; Prcpaic for the conflict, and on in your might, Well loaded with bushels of grain. If thine enemy hunger, then feed him, is taught By Jesus, our Captain and head, Let your pork, beans, and ham in abundance be brought; They conquer much sooner than lead. Then rush to the conflict with arms full of bread, To smother those cries of despair, And receive the warm thanks of a nation tint's fed, And the true hearted Irishman's prayer. Evil Spirit. America, rouse ! Thou art mighty in fight, Thy name is a dread to thy foes, Yon sister Republic, regardWss of right, Will not cancel the debt which she owes Then gird on your armor, your cause it is just, And a nation your prowess s...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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