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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 14 January 1848

PUBLISHED EVERV FBIUAVAT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. fty the Errcntire Cum mi I tee of the Western Anti-Slavrry Society J AMI'S HAUNAUY, Jr. Vu bits h in .'gent- !H:JAMIV S. JONKS, ) J. 1.MZAIJI.TII JONI'.S, ) I'niTons. Printed fur the Executive Cnmmilti c hy (J. N. IIAlMiOOI). TT VOL. 3. NO. 2-2. Ql "xo rxrux mm S V.LEM, OHIO, FitlD.VY, s..;rr.iioi.ir;ns."' JANUARY i. 1SS. whole no. i-; ! , i fj.1H remittance to be made, and nil Ittttrl relating to the pecuniary rjjairsif the paper. In be addressed (post paid) to the Puhluhing .tgent. t 'nnmunications intended fur inier tinn, Id he addressed In the Editor. C;V Tfrm: 1.00 per annum, in mlranee, l.'J.i if paid v'tiliin 3 nios. of the limn of subscribing, and $l.5tl if payment be de l.i j-pit Linger than 3 inns. CONn subscription received for Ipss than six inniulis, and nil payments to bo made vvi'liin (i ninj. rf the iinif (if subscribing. Subscription for ha'.f a jeer to he invnria- lily paid in advance. From the Massachusetts Quar...

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. — 14 January 1848

COMMUNICATIONS. From the Lecturing Field. West Bidford, Coshocton co., Dee. 1C, li7. ) Com., Ex Uur last report was from Hartford. J'rorn there i we went to Lock, a small town on the line between Licking ond Knox counties V found in Mr. Babcnek, a preacher of the United Brethren order, a friend to ourselves and of free discussion. He and Mr. Mead, n school-teacher, very kindly entertain! u during our stay. Held two meetings, both ot winch were well attended. We think the impression left was very good. At all events we left the place in a fermentation of excite ment. So far as we could see, discussion had taken the place of labor. We gave them our strongest meat. Obtained three subseri bers for the Bugle sold but few books. Our meetings here were on the Cth and ?th inst. Cighth and Ninth at Homer. At this place Dr. Wheatnn received and entertained ... i . , ... ... u. .,UB,,.,d01T. u,a wnat ne could for u. in geutng up nieellurrs. Lint so ne nm. eni was the weather, and so horribly 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. — 14 January 1848

merly in the Baptist Clinch. He bestows the most fulsome praise upon Mr. Fuller for his piety, philanthropy, and "reverence for Cod and his Word ;" and pretends to disco ver his class of slaveholders, 'the lineaments of christian character, in many cases, strongly and beautifully developed ;" while he cen sures freely the abolitionists of the North, for their determined opposition to Slavery. The Review before U9, (written by a bap tist minister) shows in a clear light the in consistency and falsehood resorted to by these two clerical man-thieves. The greater part of the review is devoted to combatting the position taken by the one, and admitted by the other, that slavery was sanctioned in j the Old Testament and not forbidden in the ; New. The writer's arguments are learned : and able, but there are probably lew persons, J comparatively, who win oe interested in them. It is this part of the review which : we suppose would not be interesting to a , majority of our readers. Indeed, i...

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. — 14 January 1848

POETRY. For the Bugle. The Dreamer. A dreamer sal in an ulil arm chair, At the close of a summer day ; Lssily snuffing (lie evening i.ir, And undisturbed by a single, carp, Happpily dreaming away. Ho was dreaming over the mighty dcrdj That Ji6 fancied he siiould do ; Of many a harvest w;i8 sewing the seeds Keeping them clear from all noxious weeds Like a workman good and true. Ho dream'd that the world was all upsido down, While himself was light side up; And scratching nwhileon his'sapient crown ne thought he had caught an id! J cfhis o w n Sufficient the world to prop. At first he toek held of the temperance cause' With the zeal of an ancient k'night ; He laid a foundation of stringent laws, Warranted free from all cranks and flaws Working away with his mi"hl. And then he was aiding ilio land reform, Wo'king right manfully ; Fearlessly facing t!ie gathering storm, And nobly braving the lordling's scorn Resolved to conquer or die. Anon, he was pleadinglhecause of the slave Striving...

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. — 21 January 1848

I'lULISUED EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. By the Executive Committee of the Western .inti-SIaecry Society. J A M KS B ARN A B Y, Jr. Publishing Jgcnt' J1KNJAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH JONES, ) ' DiTuns. Printed for the Executive Committee by G. N. HAPGOOI). j i i A NTT-ST , A VF.RY ftl VOL 3. NO. 23. '.VO I'SIO.V WITH SIJtVKItOI.niuis" SALEM, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, IS IS. GLE. WHOLE NO. 121 remittance! lo bi made, and all klltri relating to the pecuniary affairs if the papsr, tube addressed (post paid) lo Ihe Publishing Jgcnl. Communications intended for inser tion, to be addressed to the Editors. (Vr- Trims: !?I,00 per annum, in advance, "Si,2." if paiil within 3 inos. of the time of subscribing, and Sl,.r0 if payment be de layed bmgir than 3 Inos. CCv" No subscription received for less than six months, and nil payments to he mado within 0 ruos. of the lime of subscribing. Subscriptions for half a year to be invaria bly paid in advance. From the Massachusetts Quart...

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. — 21 January 1848

u.ull.nnjl civ ore r, suit, unJer the law, cou d follow; ,, -,!,. was, that tlafa " , , ,- -" -' iic, mil. in ?trii,iiur i ireo .jiaie representative, :m; I.. I i. ...i.. i . uuw niiiiijr mm uniiumauiy responds IT WILL !' Comment cn thij conduct is unnecessary! Lvtt. Cram. : , ; j I Congress. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. The Speakercilled the States for fetitiona. When he come to Ohio, Mr. Giddings presented tho petition of Jo seph Seufield si tid eighteen others, citizens of Ihit city, setting forth thai the slave tradu is csrieo on o a considerable extent in Ihe Dis- Irtcl ot Columbia, nnd praying that the laws v'.iSic!j nniy examiner.), lie did not ask this body In act on tho petition now, hut that it bo referred lo the Committee, on tho Judiciary, to inunirn into that itifiel i I lit irtiin 1 It ! of the laws of mis District on llie subject. Ho wished to be understood as moving to re fer the petition lo the Committee on tho Ju diciary, to inquire into tho co :ititntionality of Iho ...

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. — 21 January 1848

hail any idea who llio Liberty party would nominate for tlio Presidency! We told turn it had borrowed a man from the Independent Democrats, named John P. Halo. He did not ask who John P. Halo was, but it is doubtful whether he knew. The penple did'nt want to buy books, tiny did'nt want to subscribe for paper, itie-y did'nt want to hear about slavery it was no concern of theirs. The Whig, you know, are the anti-slavery party, and yot the only subscriber we got at Benson's X Roads i a Democrat the only man there who cared about investigating the question of slavery, tod the resp6nsibilitie9 of the North, is one that the prtfeased anti-slavery Whigs proba bly regard as a pro-slavery man; and yet tlio old proverb remains as true as ever, "Actions spuak louder than words." A COLORED SCHOOL. On our way to New Vienna from Beeson's X Roads, we visited a colored school taught by Charles llurd, a ljrunr Georgian slave. He lias about thirty five scholars of all ages, sizes, and complexion some...

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. — 21 January 1848

POETRY. From the National Era. The Artisan. BY WM. D. GALLAGHER. The day in past ; the quiet night Toward its liiiilhnur wcarelh on ! His work shop has been closed for hours A good day's Inbor done. The loil is hard that brings him lirftd ; And sometimes lie hath scant supply When droops awhile his manly head, And glistens his full rye. Yet from the trial shrinks he not; For he hat youth and strength and will ; And though his toil is ill repaid, llends daily to it still. He sometimes murmurs, but his pride Checks each expression at its birth, That blessings to his class denied Surround the drones of earth. He passes, morn, and noon, and nistit, The homes of luxury and wealth ; And glances at their gilded ease His eyes will take by siealih. And shadows gather on his face, At times but instantly depart He feels such weakness a disgrace Both to his head and heart. His calling sometimes takes him where Wealth, worth, grace, beauty, all unite; And lovely tones arrest his ear, And lovely ...

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. — 28 January 1848

PUBLISHED EVER FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. Hy the Executive Committee of the jrestern Anti-Slavery Society. JAMES BARNABY, Jr. Publishing Jgcnt. BENJAMIN S. JON1 J. ELIZABETH JONES IES, i Editors. rrinled for Iht Executive Committee by G. N. HAPGOOD. "Xo uxiux with suirEiinuwits." ANTrSLA VERY B jjiDjo VOL. 3. NO. 21. SALEM, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1848. WHOLE NO. 12S. gj.1ll remittances to he made, and all letter relating to the pecuniary affairs if the paper, lobe addressed (post paid) to the Publishing .Igent. Communications intended for truer tion, to be addressed to the Editors. Or Tkkm.-c $1.00 per annum, in advance, Sfl.'.'.'i if paid wlihin 3 mos. of Ihe time of subscribing, nnd $1,50 if j ayment be de layed longer Llian 3 nios. pT No subscription rereived for less than1 six months, and nil prtTincnis lo ne maoo within d nios. of the time of subscribing. 'Subscription for half a year to be invaria i , .'i paid in advance. From the Massachusetts Quarterly Review....

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. — 28 January 1848

gentleman himself who requested me, would Hut ulloW IMP UIIB eVUIIIIKT W t lflUl int.rr.m. lion, to develope my views before nn audi ence to which he had invitrd me, and which himself .ml oilier were continually harang uing on the sntjor.t 4 thai tlicy could not trust them 10 me one niv'ht, but must demand half ol the limn allotted to u filial,. lecture even halt of tlie only evening I had to spend' in this city I Mr. Robertson In.! the recklessness of what w as don to truth and to himself to Hand tip and deny that he invii.,1 me to lecture ,n evening on the subject j b0 oppressed with the occasion, palu ad ghastly, and in (treat perturbation of mind. he seemed lo for get alike the decei.eies of social lile-and wlm ha himself had positively and repeated ly laid lo inc. Our readers will he pleased to learn thai Mr. Garrison" health is so far restored, is to enable him to resume his duties. Thefol- lowtnj is from Ihu Liberalr.r of Januarv 7th :- 1 1 I Restoration. In resuming the edit...

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. — 28 January 1848

unruly could have no objection lo go before a magistrate, make a formal declaration of llie same, and execute a release of all claim lie had upon him an a glare. We Invited him to do this, and offered to pay the expense of the deed of manumission. He decliued, and 8H i J that the law ,of Kentucky would hold him responsible for the mill's (food beha vio'nr and support if he aliould free him, a responsibility ho was unwilling to assume. We offered to stand between him and the laws, and hind ourselves to him that he should not suffer pecuniarily by any Kentucky law by the act. But no, he would not emanci pate; he chose to cling to the slave entailed upon him, and we lave others to say, wheth er he is not a slaveholder in principle as w ell as in fact. MEETING AT WILMINGTON. At Wilmington, the rouiily seat of Clin ton, our meeting was small for the size of the place, and would have seemed euhl even to a moral Nova Zenibliiaii. The audience appeared to have hardly as much life us Thorn h...

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. — 28 January 1848

POETRY. From the Spiritual Philosopher. A Hymn of the Battle. BY THOMAS L. HARRIS. Can ye lengthen the hours of the dying Nighi, Or chain the wings of the Morning Light? Can ye seal the springs of the Ocean Deep, Or bind the Thunders in silent sleep 1 The Nun that risen, tho Seas that llow, The Thunders of (leaven all answer "No!" Can ye drive young Spirits from the blos somed Karih t The earthquake still in its awful hirth ? Will the hand-on Time's dial backward flee Or the pulse of the Universe pause for thee ? The shaken mountains, the flowers that blow, The pulse of the Universe answers "No Can ye burn a truth in a Martyr's fire 1 Or chain a Thought in a dungeon dire 1 Or stay the Soul when it soars away In elorious life from mouldering clav 1 The Truth that livelh, the thoughts that go. The Spirit ascending-, all answer "No !" Oh, Priest ! Oh Despot ! your doom they speak ; For God is mighty as ye are weak ; Your Night and your Winter from earth must roll; Your chains must melt...

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. — 4 February 1848

BKJAMI S. JONKS, ) J. KLIZABKTII JONKS, j KntTotts. Printed fir the Executive Committee by (i. N. IIAPUOOD. I'UULISIIKD EVERY FRIDAY ATI SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., CHIO. By the Executive Committee nf the Western .Inti-Slaecry Society. JAMKS BARNABY, Jr. Publishing .Igent. FT jjiDio xo cxo.y ivpph iL.ii'j:o.)r:iisr vol. no. -io. SALEM, OHIO, F1UD.VY, FKDllU.VUY -J, ISIS. WHOLE NO. 123. j y.ll rtmiltiiticri tu tie made, und ail Irtlert rilatinn lot At pecuniary rfjuirtrj thejinprr, lobe addressed (prist paid) tu the Publishing .Igent. Communications intended fur inter lion, tu be addressid to the Editor. fJrT- Tkrms: $1.00 per annum, advance, i !r-l.2."i if paid u-tihin 'J Inns, of the time of suhsciihing, and 81. f0 if payment be do layed longer Ihnn II luos. So subscription received for less than six months, and all payment to be made within ii uios. of the tune hf subscribing. Subscriptions, for half a year to he invaria bly paid rn advance From the Massachusetts Quarterly Review. The ...

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 February 1848

most odious laws on the subject of slavery j and should any masteravail himself of thei,i, and thereby violate the Christian law, 1, for one, will have ne fellowship with iiim, or knowingly with the church that sanctions hi in. A word or two on tlio challenge tendered hie from the Rev. Mr. Robertson, ami 1 have done. Before that challenge was given, Mr. Robertson wss careful to know my engage ments: and having ascertained that my an- tiointmrnts over tho United Kingdom, till late in .September, were published, and that therefore, without violation of pledget irivvn, a challenge could not b accepted, he went toonie and wroto it. I proposed to meet him til the only way that 1 could. He then clis honorably b:icked out of it. A condition, in deed, was required by mo,and probably that condition could not, on In part, bo lullilled Knowing nothing of his standing with the Church ot Scotland or its Anti-Slavery So ciety, I required an endorsement or an assu ranee that ho was esteemed by the...

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 February 1848

can oppressors, lie has no more right to be ranked with the opponents of slavery, than lias Satan to be counted with the children of light! The insinuation he thru- out in regard to James Robertson, appears to us, as evidently designed to insult the man, and the Society whose Secretary he was and is. We cannot believe that Alexander Campbell had the most distant idea that Robertson was the man lie intimated he might be, when hu insinuated it in such a form as to make it do all the in jury that a bold and manly assertion of it could have done, and at the same time shield him self from legal consequent- s. Had he spo ken it in the heat of debate, there would have been, perhaps, some excuse, but il was de liberately written as a part of a newspaper article with abundant time for revision end coirection. Had the writer wished to make nn important quotation, (he precise language of which he was unable to recall, be would have searched page after page and volume af ter volume until he fou...

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 February 1848

POETRY. From the Bell An Extract. BY JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL. Force never yet g lined one true, victory : The outward man, by pike and ball u'er-ar gued, Iicnds low liis politic will ; but still, within, 1 Iib absolute .Man, on whom the bases rest, Deep under-ground, of the infrangible Stale, ."Mauds up delimit, pluttincr loyalty lo one poor banished, homeless, hunted thought, The dethroned imago of a native land. Never w as city-w all so strong as Peace J This, founded sure on the soul's primitive rock, Smiles back upon the halted engineer ; The mine at lis foundations lugs in vain j An olive-wreath, stretched harmlessly across lis open gales, enchants all enemies." So that the trumpet balks Iho knitted lips That would have jarred it with tho trampling charge, And, hushing biek ils hoarse and quarrcl- si inn voice. Like a disbanded soldier when he sees Tho nestled hamlel id his unstained youth, Willi its slim steeple quivering in tho sun, Pipes with repentant uuto the gay recall. What...

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 February 1848

PUJILISII UD EVERY FRIDAY AT ' SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. By Ike Executive Committee of the Western Anti-Slavery Society, JAMES BARNAB Y, Jr. Publishing Jlgent. BKNJAMIN S. JOfT.S, ) J. ELIZABETH JOWES Editors. 5, J Printed for Hit Executive Committee by G. N. HAPGOOD. ANTI-SLAYERY BUGLE, '.VO USIOX WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." VOL.3. Ktt 26. SALEM. OHIO. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1818. WHOLE NO. 130. (t4j-.7 remittances to lie ninth, and nil letters relating to the pecuniary nffairtif Ihj-paper, to be addressed (post paid) to the Vutilithing .Igenl. Communications inlrndtd fur inter lion, to lie addressrd to the Editors. 07- Tcrms: $1,00 per annum, in adrance, Ifil.V.') if paid wtihin 3 tuns, of the time of siihsrribing, and tfl.ril) if payment be de layed lunger than 3 mos. No subscription received for less than srx months, asid all payments to be made within (i mos. of the lime iif subscribing. Subscriptions for half a year to be invaria bly paid in advance. From the Massachusetts Quarterly ...

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 February 1848

tact, 'as m- only to show mi Intention to f ude the Mjrilmice of the master, but .rich i. ta calculated to attain that objtct.' 2 Me Lean, C. C, Glf. Not can Ilia recovery of one of the slaves af.erviar.jH, thus conc-aled 8nd transported, .-rr the previous fact of Mewling and harbo " hnn. rimt i the fi.-ili inquiry. The uswtr to the sixth is involved in that to the .vmni una nun, us is nil answer to ill 'nui in to , e first question; b ecausc, .iniseii, nor be in writing, it .,...! i f eded or accompanied hy a claim, which i etith inni irv. A . 1.. 1. thu seventh made must been"altv vnli.l 'i. V " Hie noiicc, whether l0ki,f ,n .i,. the case or the language oftho statute . . . '" ifioi'ii )l ue RiHioi in- offence consists j ,,e Con ecJment of another', properly, under knowl edge that it belongs lo another, and not in a claim being previously made and refused lemsai niigiu coiistittJtn a separate rong, or ne another specie, of evidence to proves harborm? of the slave, but it is ,,ot I...

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 February 1848

1st. That from 1770 to 1775 they denoun- j the foreign slave trade, and that in the Congress of 177-1 they adopted a resolution to discontinue it, and not to import, purchase any slave imported after a certain date. 2d. That in 1776 they adopted a dfclara- j tion of sentiment, asserting tliiit every one j was endowed . with an inalienable rijjit lo liberty. In regard to their denunciations of the for eign slave trade, or of shivery itself, il is hardly necessary to say that words cost but i little; that paper resolutions are of no value ! unless accompanied by corresponding action. In the issues got up between the colonists and the- home government, one of the char- ges preferred against the king of Great Brit- ain was, that he tufierod the slave trade lo I be carried on between Africa and this coifn- try, and they went so far as to propose to the . Congress of 177Cto table this charge against ; ... . .i , . . him. W hat was the object in so strenuous- j ly opposing the slave trade ...

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 February 1848

POETRY. Death on the Pale Horse. (A painting by Dunlap.) BY JAMES KENNARD, JR. Not thus, not thus should Death bo shown, Willi f.'arful form ami countenance, With writhing serrnt following on, With hope-annihilating glance i With all that's withering to the heart, And all that'i hideous to the eye, With hand from which pain lightning dart, With all that tends to terrify ; Not thus should Death, our kindest friend, To iuoiIh! view be bodied forth ; Death in whose bosom is an end To all the sin and woe of earth. Oh ! 'lis a heathen custom this From which all Christians should be wean ed; The friend who usher!) us to bliss Should not be painted as a fiend. Around God's throne in hearen above, Death was the mildest ef the throng ; His heart mont filled with holy love, In warmth and ch:irily most strong ; For angels differ in thrif frame Like men, and not to nil aru given A mind and heart in each the same; Tbos all aro not alike in heaven. When God ordained man's destiny, To Death the bl...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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