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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 7 November 1857

LAWRENCE. K. T. Saturday 3IomiB?r Xov. 7, 57. - Agriculuue. The Patent Office Report on Agriculture for 1856 Is on our table, and appears to be one of the most valuable issued. There is no department of the Government bet ter calculated to affect the general welfare of the people than this. - It is singular that agriculture, the main stay of the country, should have been so long neg lected, while all other interests were pro vided for. 0n4he 10th of August, 185G, Congress appropriated $75,000 for u the collection of agricultural statistics, investigations for promoting agricultural and rural economy. and the procurement and distribution of cuttings and seeds." This is a very fair begining, but it is to be hoped that it wiU increase with years till it meets the wants of the country, and supplies it with agricultural scholars, of the same grade and efficiency as the West Point Cadets, or midshipmen .from the Receiving ships. If we can give the War Department $12,000,000 per annum, and...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 14 November 1857

fcEarenot be.' to th1f; Mtrr ? Xcrms:Two Dollars Per AnnumIn Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN" A' Family lVcTyrpapcr Independent on All objects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 14, 1857. NUMBER 14 VOLUME 3. .I.iLaA.LiD J ll-Jll Htratiox iv fori Keeder nJ V.tyer. Care-' INVASION op Jnecapture.tiiai (7.vKnr8; the twonn Borde" astrsas? ie proceeding of the Fre-SUry lion nf X6;Vi f Aanaat dut- r "atragcg and k on the United receint bCOUXT Price TO Iflg ilea. la Phi! ml .I-;' "ft. press Co. FREIGHT 1U1LY and e- b energy M the oaring Hn pee in j rgo in viUenee tcedenU. la a tcedeii forced with inTejaij A in H. Line Pack.ti Joseph, fr iLtlrri B rntn bankers' united (tended to. All els. freight and i&teh. kl at i I. All loKtg- thia office. .SON, Co. 43 go, IU., Vifactorjr and de- re may be found and .Stationary Cylinder Steam i Iron Machin dar Haw Mill. Mill, with new Boh. General fie Mills. Strain ties. Finished linps. CttHtinji t Screw Cutter. n im...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 14 November 1857

WEEKLY CIRCULATION, XEASLY 8,000. XV. BROW". A. WATTT r r.HITIF. T,A WHENCE. KANSAS 4. nn 'C(f SM ."IV irtt? .liilKif fwjiif TmjI,' HztlBnJai,J, raw'J fcy part?. at4 ant-rlHrd Vy o-sf . rifee hat t Trvt. t UHert and Law, Jf!5r "V?r T?t liin m. omejvee:s we stated that though avc had succeeded in electingour Delegate to Congress, a majority in both branches of the Territorial Legislature, aid nearly all the county and township officer in the Ter ritory, yet information which had just reached us, rendered our future more un certain than it had been in the trast. We certainly felt a deep anxiety in regard to the character of that intelligence; and when we communicated it confidentially to the Territorial Executive Coinnrftee, they show ed equal alarm, and their brief address to the people was the consequence of it. What wa the character of that infor mation ? It was this : Thai it wa3 the purpose of the Constitutional Convention about to reconvene,' agreeably to the 16th section of the...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 14 November 1857

ton Democrat. r havirg era. dopMon of eevt whetb.,. tTPnTitT h th . lie Lo are H- ard Ware eare correct- Bet Vm. ; question "up. Horized to de cisions rre. : a very. Thv r the Corti. -'or the fUrt't i at all event, iwon, m one act forms i as chosen hough -we can ent.tfcat. the go.l a fnna informal.. orle is r.riJ .im.u t49 :ted rnmlr b under the le the trne snr.mit?A1 I.- evident tht "ncies of t he Ieople t there i ro t the ir-stru-it I.t- a favor, there nai involved It is nr.tli vliifemaoan.l turkey and von fake tt irkey." jt u coot disreput- hii result as 'Ted to rrr- rerritorv. It neqaence of ittendinir the itself. That re faction of it he corj!(!er ses. Havirz lc, ar.d ccn ir confidence than orlica-h-m to haz fairly and rote. Thev larp sighted more effect- le to accent s?tions, gi v- o opportu&i- 11 ut, which ith their sov- ha comniit- : their pnwer Ues in the e a!! th de tio'.i. Thev elves franklr paling to the ie ic'j le to exception of V, arid a few to be hunt ty would re...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 14 November 1857

., .Continued from first 'Page Sometimes the nentinel would step out for a few momeuta, when Mr, ;F.j-cuIJ teM me hnrriedly what he had heard of their pU&g while listening at a crevice in the boards which divided the grocery from the prison. I was also permitted to Lear tLeir bravado, aud their threats upon L iwrer.ee, and the prisoners. During the afternoon S. J. Jones, accompanied by 2Ir. Cor. jro-slavery merchirt of Law rence, paid me a vii4. I, the course of conversation Jone said I waa responsible for his being thot. "How ? I inquired, lie replied that I had advised to such a movement. I stated th fact of my ab sence from the Territory for nearly two months; that all was quiet when I left; and that I suppocd it would remain so, or I never should have absented myself from the Territory. Cox said he had heard me repeatedly advise the shooting of J ows if he caue to Lawrence. I stat ed to him that I had not advised the shooting of any person, save in self-defence; and there wa...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 November 1857

reedom. Publighed t oil IU third ... - rr a teof ourcrj KnI an earlier Do mcipal alitor ,B4 x-toroftbeferofr a this county, -cm, f. "n tbis TillaSe the ConnHiultui, cr in the wcm..-' io there he ... t ofhUui6nt4ll, State. And mos, hat cane, thf.n.i." Wversion frr, tifioationof hL-u v majority of the e Wn U;Iise, ... raid of FrUmL Terins:--Tvo Dollars Per AnnumIn Advance. Voted to the "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN." A Family Newspaper Independent on All -Subjects. rtiiy wi.h it.... r patriotic 1'." BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 21, 1857. NUMBER 15-VOLUME.3. iillSSI if .Alio HeL.veiit b4 lTthtactu.s .2 dvr.otet tU ...d Inriher the art Mnaintaind siiBKlePubjcri- 'pi-.-. ati.l Kani f-rntori. tmr....... "lor- U,,.r aiul LatUm ami Out- I..cucnfnt, ., t..t.-at Washinj,- ; thw tap turt.t rial :ite prisoner; t, . Mi.-.-ouri ;.,r.l..r n, nn.l other- tf.,. iUV. CKAUY ' h- priH;c(ii)2 : tli l're-Slaver iltion of Njiti..ri!,l ri o A''t:ittn ihir- hor. Krrdrr (l,l...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 November 1857

mm if Sir if! 1 .si fl' Xfje 3fcrd of WEEKLY OSCULATION, NEARLY 8,000. 6. W. BROWX, JL WATTLES. EBITOKS. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MOUSING. 30V. 21, 1857. TERMS . FEB AKXCJL. IX ADVAJTCE Hereante Pr UtePeaUVriUwlfia. ruit fcy Party. u fcrtfc4 y caia, Fleaf e4 eat te Trata, ta UWrtj aa Law, a Favor ewaya aa, aaa aa Far aaall awe. Oar ExecntJe Officer. - " Got. Waleeb addressed a note several -weeks ago to the President asking for leave of absence from the Territory for one month, to date from tho adjournment of the Constitutional Convention, feeling that hia services could then be dispensed with for that period. Conscious that his influence for good over that Conven tion was of no account, a week or ten days before the adjournment of that body, he removed to Leavenworth, and held - himself in Teadiness to take his departure as soon as intelligence should reach him of the adjournment. Here he remained, quite indisposed, until he received a copy of the Constitution, which was forwarde...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 November 1857

-ex- oreredthat which. pplish that mission of ek I left jmed that a eb to con pgiilatnre; Ira of that that they but the i Le- "adopted bv we that ia 'domed tha pe it has ta- TATOE. IU. ME K. T.J 1857, Everything, I nin to a orse. of the Th steel trial. ut to are to be cnnr- Mate a iifferent efused ag itoff with stens! vA yal citizens nr. for snrh ther than a a justifia? b to Gov and DlarA action and .ed WorltanF tional Con. o debauch ioral 8enti. tenance this vile acts of so, then U than the I as.' Ue rwl.tical lie depths to lent ol the nclined to seem to say State people idy to again ie altar of shall stand iventiou ? ther, and let. of the cri the emer- its delibe- eish everv Determined are will be, ty and our will put bis declaration. ime, money, eason is un- but the day us and our be held , and held can extend spitality in- of extract- ill perhaj, shame to us wrence any t will vcara aborere ? If ield at that s have tLj lIUYLEtt. ie Territorial cititena of Iv, Nov. 3rd., udiating ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 November 1857

i 4 -1: ill" . , i jije'lfelD of 'BreeSelib . LAWKENCE,K.T. ' Saturday Morning Sot. 21, 1S57. ; The Homestead Exemption Law. - " Nearly every State in the Union has discuffiM the question, of & tome-stead ez emptionlaic; and many of them haTe pas- ted it with the most liberal allowance. - Texas exempts half a section of land to each family. Wisconsin exempts a quar ter of & section; and some other States ex empt liberally. Ohio exempts $600 worth of real estate, and about 000 " worth of personal property. The object " of this js to prevent pauperism and crime; and alaoto encourage all classes of men to v improve a home for themselves and their posterity. Secure a homestead, so that reverse of fortune cannot turn a widow with a family of orphan children upon the charities of a cold world for subsist ence. Secure the homestead. It will give permanence to our inhabitant, and make Kansas one of the most populous, most wealthy, most refined, niost moral, and best educated, and be...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 28 November 1857

r rte of on.,.. rtier Bo.. M'Pal editor ,B)1 , f t mtbe with the T,We4- i J'LU ill' L' Ay 1 1 ill' Ji liii itcasse, ti. -vn-ion Rom tn. f'of niacin,!. t 'em to'aW . WW in oneM!., - "wane thet 1 wiebitsener patriotie labor Vutral, - to f tbeFreeStt nv-Therm. well M elwW f'rteSutfiraBk,:- vPr. m now an cod and of lottLecaao. Itu htate eanse, and , ZTd to tha MiaUag, which in Kwiag-both Knt the iwna eauM of ' pfissesnoB of the witlon haj main. ., JltyUtcr. tuii- v lVa WW ris: destroyed fijre also read o2ht OKir?t it sort Bot been these accuta : advtcRto f tho .d further than ti beiD the a- 1 peditow, to their a w portray the wiry, which, in rtj etife-inrpp. a'o those w whing im. we wyuiurec iron a ft ioursal single subscri ttn oople. and 315,r. Addwg STKATION IX fare. WitH , h TERRITORY f- full account of , Climate, I'ro tritorr, tria ' ors Kteder acd , Pergonal Hea itttlce and Oat cnt actors tlior. t Document oa at at Washin-- - ;on or the Ao NV AglOX OF- r.hecaptnre.tria! 'epnasaer?;...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 28 November 1857

if - -1 Xfa Ifefyid of free3cty. WEEKLY GECULATIOX, NEARLY 3,000. . W. BSOWX, A. WATTLE, EDITORS. LAWRENCE, KANSAS.: BATUSDAY M02XKGt KOI, 28,' 1S57. TTRX - PEE AX5TM. I3T AJTATTCE torn akn U Pre tfe Pevyle1 rtckia aulatala. tart Vy Htflji U4 aibrlW y rU. FMlW feat t Trwtk. t UWrty hI Lsw, I rirw stct m, h m fear ikall c. Our Fuuat Looks Gloomy! . We know, better how to advise, and prepare for a crisis by being able to look into the future, and know the intentions of our opponents towards us. It is this knowledge which has made the Herald of Freedom so correct in its position, and so much sought after by leading politicians during the last summer. "We stated several weeks ago that a friend had posted us in regard to every j movement in the Lecbmpton Conslitu-! tional Convention, detailing weeks in ad vance all the leading characteristics of that instrument. We are ready to concede that we were more alarmed in regard to that intelligence than we have been at any preceding event which...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 28 November 1857

wger. as a tmM; nsas jnattco desires a ' to tKe feeling fated them, M Ano most rmation of M as a specially the are mora py other porl ree rd turmoil 0f Iiraciea Ter o the border mave we been uoney to carry Lnncau m j ii " ouu me been infv.-1 nole country ks and crimes wouia nave ior any bnt e been cm;u arefully nur- o accomplish tart to th (remise, which 'try for orer ;iescid in a tun Jne fact that, o ruie oi the stractly con inciple conlA Ue of conflict- settled, we, ra, thought it stand rath ktt with so Ktence of our (very question. I to the trouble 1 would give d, but we had, It tne matter possible wav vit: by the of opinion in vernment by v. In thia i"t nt been mis- mat Conveu to submit th kve made, to itants of that of that Con. opinions and lemtory, of ' have mado le, but if they the people, ot submit to a he only way lermit them to ing to permit ,rol a rejection not seen the l framed for ; may be un vention has a ntion on the isrht to force ith the doings tnner in which e onl...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 28 November 1857

m-4 I t ' A v.! It If s 2 i 5 1 Continued j'rom The First Page.) as, Jill actions at law,- and suits in equity which may be pending in the courts of the Territory of Kansas, at the time of the change from a Territorial to a State gOTemment, may be continued and trans ferred to any court of the State which shall iave jurisdiction of the subject mat ter thereof. , Sec. 6. All officers, civil and military, holding their oSces under authority of the Territory of Kansasshall continue to hold and exercise their respective offices uutil'they shall be superceded by the au thority of the State. Sic. 7. That this Constitution shall be submitted to the Congress of the United States, at its next ensuing session, and as toon as official -information has been re ceived, that it is approved by the same, by the admission of the State of Kansas as one of the sovereign states of the Uni ted States, the President of this Conven tion shall issue his proclamation to con vene the State Legislature at the...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 December 1857

freedom -ouiir,i cetoroflbeJ? la thu ccoati ah .:iax:invAwi I the iW, per nh J m there 'I J , wit a the J t of hiatal? State. A h4 cause," tdverrion tiflcation "fttmajori? ft, aeenj 1 Hed in j been J rWi y jr? croted to j 1 rtn wl.v' pf patriot aeaav eot itoftheg rritory. j wellaW FreeStJ Paper; nottUe' 'er-.dtc! Swnt of r Th tile th iicy oC llora.E posse? position fhould n fchoui' Mer of t! r being b neve roosht i VfortbeU we tiitvft K adroed wd fnrtl to btinj Itfaasma It wholt is editors rea tojM biMrj,W Prt atii To those aaa, wewl : ten eerf Kania! ISTKATt HE TfcBI a fullae il. Cliraa errilorr. nor Kecf u-. I'ermii Luitles inent acto Oil H. .it. liearv al line. ail Vtatoat leeifiion of I 13 V AS -theeap ate priKC teMiscou f GOV. ne procif f tbel'r tttion nf J IkoKJ ioTS. m lea, Ont b.Phitf fcsprei RESS kjLKC CITY inu, ar ica aai n2 enH arje 8 nteoedi iBioreq i. Atsj onreia ng Li if ouia, H the roc! es in 13a attend Vrccls. .-natch tied at MFSOX p Co. nuIaeM ere maj I and I 1 Cili...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 December 1857

Ifye eild of B-eeSoty. WEEKLY OECULATION, NEARLY 8,000. . W. BK9WX, A A. WATTU8, DITOILS. LAWRENCE. KANSAS, I BATUEDAY MORNING, DEC. J," 1857. TEKH8 . PER AX CM. IX ADVANCE Her skall tk Pres tkc People's ri fcU tiW fcy party, aid rtkca ky gala, Fh4ct kmt to Tratk. to Liberty u4 Law, : H Fara sways as, aaa rear sksU aw. OirOur editorials this week, will be found principally on our first page. ;..- DaUgat CoBTtatios. .: f The great' Delegate Convention for Kansas, has been held, and the results of its actiom is before the public in a series of resolutions unanimously adopted by that body. It denounced the Lecompton Constitu tion as a fraud upon the people; as an at tempt to rob them of their liberties; it showed how the Convention framing it was called into being, and branded the base submission of it on the 21st of De cember, as a "swindle" too egregious to be spoken of with respect. In their reso lutions they utterly repudiate it, and en ter into a league and covenant with each othe...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 December 1857

them at I. pie of the Topeka. itweenthem. r. we pledge te con itrary, pled ge our. and to each banner of land forever. the Ick people aa nighti orit ia jhtas sun era of Kold consecrated numberless nee. - . the Dele. requested to tonway was Ie endowed , was called pnd addxes. A andepoke; owing reso- htion do ex act of Hon. rnor of Ka k special ses- b emergency, is expression c peace, and was adopted. worth 2rMw, irnestly, and the Leaven- jound true to lutions adopt- Zeitung, was ch wit and pworth. next ie Territorial Convention 'utions pass d to vote to ature, if ne ate Constitu- watomio, was lat the conn. ad was now 'ssucs before and made a hen this Con- meet at 10 onday next, ubject to the Territorial ied. was called, represented, worse placo I, it was ira- leleatc to be p constituents e introduced ates to ' this all meetings to their con- Convention. of this Con- ic use of the of this Con- 'resident and al and digni harged their si adjourned ition to our eek. Peoria - f those seek...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 December 1857

i ! V "i. ri if 5 : It f 1 5 r 1 ' I Mi; m rrr ii i ?! 'J -Tromthe Leavenworth Times. Glorious Bally of tb People. Pnrsnant to a previous notice, an enthu siastic number of freemen met at Market Hall, yesterdaj, (Friday, Not. 27th) at 10 A. M., to consult upon the issues of the day, and devise some definite policy for the Free State party to pursue, whereby the aims and designs of the ruffian nsurpationists might be successfully thwarted. On motion, Judge S. X. Latta was se lected as Chairman, and John McGee aa Secretary. Messrs. Crozier, Anthony, Clark and H. Miles Moore were appointed a Committee on permanent organization, and Messrs. Kob, Lane, Davis, Fisher, John ston, Atwood, Blacklidge, Hathaway and Green a Committee on resolutions. The Convention then adjourned to two o'clock P. M. At 2 o'clock the Committee on organi zation made the following report, which was unanimously received: President, S. N. Latta; Vice Presidents, Blacklidge, of Tecumeeh; Smith, of To peka; Atwood, o...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 December 1857

jtfWl-3tta!iMMc- -ucu n iU third imi DDDIIIII.J ted an earlier n cipal editor an I 1 V, S i V? 1 Si 5 ' I fli i' "Hnty, an in tbia rmJi in the Hi h there be eaten ti with the tg- eut ofhUteIeBtnj Pte. Andn, 3jgijaPH(.-aaiier-a;M s&1-g,9a:-arlv'J.i - . . ' ' '!r .-i -' V-- - -mu iri .--ji-- -) ytt ycrwottrrcm the tiamofhueoune atmajoritjof tfce -1 seem t - j . aUed in quest e been obliged Toiea to tie bf,t tfly wih itiener. r patriotic labor, evtraJ. f as, comes to q( of the Freegt,.. pitorr. The im. rellase!ewher. Free State rank f Pper, is now a n code and of not the ease. ItU rotate eanse. ant mentaofSlare ?rd to the pap,. s .existing, which yinania-both leit of the aam. k The cause of 1 ile the fcra&i 0 y of goint lBto lors.Repre8enta- poasession of the (Mition hat main- Uould be reeog i should be had ler of tat r being destroy roneht asa.in.1 ;. Ive Lave not beea 1 iur inee SCeo- b advocate of the iu lurmer than 10 ien$ tne ad tba maintained :s whole 4 editor, to their r...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 December 1857

WEEKLY CIECULATION, NEARLY 8,000. . W. BKOWJT, A. WATTLES, EDITGSS. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MOSSING, DEC. 12, 1857 TERMS. PEK AHKUSC. IS ASTAKCE Here kmU Ue Preas the People rihU r---, w4 j rtr, ea4 ufcrlh4 ky gala, Plc4(c4 t t Trmtk, ta Libert; aid Lav, We F Tar sways a. aa4 a Fear aall aw, 'Governor Walker be Trhnnphed. , The long agony is over ! . News lias reached us at last from Washington, and the result is before the country. Gov. Walkeb has not proved fabe to the peo pie of Kansas I Thanks to him for - his manliness. He has stood up in Washing ton, before the President and all his ad visers, and declared his determination to stand by the pledges he gave the op pressed people of this Territory. He gave tee rresident a nistory of our wrongs, and showed how desparadoes had sought to enslave us. He declared his determination to continue with the peo ple of Kansasthe President might re move him, but he would not resign Nei ther would he be thrown out of the Dem ocratic party, ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 December 1857

practicable tray Si by the u you are ad. f r ornat . , way fa. etermined pts by force 0f 1 see IiAiir i " UlQ the conditio,,. he Lecom hem can poggi. , than by refn. kcompton Con. kvor by eTA Vhod to get co. fe, elect a Free- jtioose FreeSta M a Member of nans & ft, to I mita Kana I ruiuuon, it will I pmeirree-State fint State Constitution, 5 Gbienj. tary, and when ,aveholders will slave Constitn. ivor of slavery, 'K Itia all an the Lecomp inendmentahall slavery in Kan- t w auau tion to Alt. - peed npon the veholdera beln derived from that the Deon! Constitution by r t asm the man. stitution forced e and not to be it. In support it great slave inia, Hexbt A to the Editors f on ine isthof hnajority of the 1 approve the "They may f bn immediately, , after they are yiitiing it at all a majority of ed to the plan by the Conven. prevail; acon- t to le imposed 3 but for a day, ought not to be even for a mo. t impartiality, Lscrved, the peo- but if a minor. itious advantage Ion to send...

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