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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 7 November 1845

rANTI -SLAVERY -BUIjLEo VOL., I. SALEM O., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1813, NO. 1G ANTI-SLAV KllY BUGLE Published every Friday at Salem, Columbiana Co., O. JAMES BARN A BY, Jr., General Agent. BENJAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH HITCHCOCK, Editors ff.tll remittances to be made, and all Icltert relating to the iieeumaru affair of the paier. to be addruted (post paid) to the General .lent. lommuntcattotu intended for wnttr- lun to be uadrenKd to the r.dilirr. 0-Trms: $1,50 per annum, or $0,00 not paid within six mouths of the time subscribing. Advertiskmknts making less than a squnre inserted three times for 75 cents: one uiro $1. Friiusiiixo Committke: Sam'I Brooke (ieurgcGnrrclson, James liirnnby, Jr David L. Gulbreath, Lot Holmes. J. E. JPAlima T'iaH'JX'Ji. From the Pennsylvania Freeman. At a meeting of Friends composed princi pally of members of the Western Quarterly Meeting', but embracing a number from Cain and other quarters, met in conference at Marlboro, on 7th day, the 18th inst., 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. — 7 November 1845

It Insensibly prepare llie way for wider and mure tadioil reform. Having once gathered oder its banner in army of disinterested and nthuaiastia hears, its alow advance keep them in the field long enough to form them Tetania and willing Taborere In every good eaose. Forty years in the wilderness wore naenaonrr to make the Egyptian slave a fit soldier for Joshua to lead, and a fit suhject for David and Solomon to govern. An acute observor has well remarked, speak lug ef the Blow step of the English movement for a repeal ot the corn laws: "The change will be delayed so long, tint when tt comes the people will have been in structed in the necessity for something more than a mere repeal of an act of Parliament, important as that repeal unquestionably is. They will see the necessity for an organic change that thecanse or the evil is in sol Ash legislation, and that again springs from the exclusive possession by one small class 01 ine legislative power; ana inus onanism, under the name of ...

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. — 7 November 1845

publishing committee in whose hauthiit now is, ntT ihe deep interest of it friends in its behalf, cla hardly f.iil Ui place itrn a perma rwnt b.mU, ond give it that circulation which lh intcsM of the cause demand. Upon the wholo wc rail lint feci cncovr ngcd, 'considering that the Disunion doctrine is comparatively new lien:, and that tho flighting influences of church power and political organization have so long benumb ed nil the better feelings, and absorbed most of the anti-slavery sentiment of the people, the success of our principles is truly cheer ing. Wo believe, we know that Ohio Will yet be free; and it would not surprise us if the should bo among the first to cut loose from the Federal compact, and establish that bnaven-born principle, the inalienable right of all men to Liberty. MEETINGS AT BERLIN. " We would like to give a full account of our meetings at that place, for wc know that many 01 our readers leel interested to hear whether anti-slavery has made, or can make ....

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. — 7 November 1845

POETRY. From the London Punch. From the London Punch. THE YANKEE BOATSWAIN'S SONG TO THE AMERICAN SLAVE NAVY. Hurt awty, raf tij'it nij-jarj, my Jjlljr brisk blulti Ain't thara Tar in y a: va-y ci Halation! Hire's a h?irty gaad lash, bays, arounl, far your bu!t, You il S i s nirtsr, I for orrestian. Toyoiir 9 ibJ and your Britisher pattir d'ya an. Of O.iarasjiaii an! Wrjnnl nil thit, W.taro'a t'.n trm Yanke3 nxgf it who'd wish U bo fr33, Or would natka a wry faca at the catl Don't you 89rve a Rapublic that'g glorious and great? Dan'titfl):i universal creation! Ain't you wollop'd, you dog3l for the good of tho State The enlightenjd Amsriean nation! Go alio id, thon, like lightning, my sooty faced turs, With "Yoho!" at the top or your pipes; Stick like wax to your colors, the stripes and tho stars, And givn thinks to your stars for your stripes. BIDE YOUR TIME. Bide your time! The morn inTireaking , Bright with Freedom's blessed ray Millions from their trance awaking, Soon shall sUnd ...

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. — 14 November 1845

RYB'UGIE "HiDOTIDH "KITS SlA5SBiD2i.DXS., VOL., 1. SALiStf O., Fill PAY. NOViSMBE.l 11, IM5, NO. 17 ANTI -SLAVE ANTI-SLAVERY BJi ! j i Published every Friday at Salem, Columbiana Co., O. BENJAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH HITCHCOCK, Editors OZrJH remittance to be made, and all letteri relating to the pecuniary affairs of the paper. to be addressed (post paid) to the General Agent, Communication! intended for inter- I lion to be addressed to the Ldttors. MfTiBUa ! ftfl nnp annum, nr &3 Ofl not paid wan in six raonuis oi tne time subscribing. Advertisements making less than a square inserted thres times lor 75 cents: one uare 1. PtrBLisniNO Committee: Sam'! Brooke GeorgoOarretson, James B irnaby, Jr David L. unlbreath, Lt Holmes. JAMES BARNAUL, Jr., Oena ai. s.eent. I ftJ-The closing of the doors of the Friends' meeting house in Dublin against the noble hearted Douglass, the representative of three millions of American slaves, has elicited the following excellent appeal from Richard ...

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 November 1845

age of sin," &. ie.; that the granting of tlio request was opposed at tlie inccuug on several grounds, and was Anally -refused; and that amdrtg tlioso in the opposition was tlio "General Agent, who wjs present and urged on the people tlie importance if giv ing tlio Biljlo to all Iho world." This is truly, a the Oberlin Evangelist styles it, a "Mournful Dcvclopcmcnt." We notice it, to put it on record, niid to request Mr. I'oote, or uoiiio one cognizant of tlio facts, to give 9 the name of the "Gent-ral Agent" men tioned, and the name of tlio Society, whose general ngent he is. Plcaso communicate with A. A. Phelps, 118 Nassau Street, Ne York, by letter, and as early as convenient. Reporter. SLAVERY AS IT IS. A friend has furnished us the following extract of a private letter, from a lady, dated BALTIMORE, Aug. 2d, 1845. "And while I am on the subject of West River, I may as well tell another story. A certain Samuel Hamilton had a -poor little negro boy 10 years of age and the key...

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 November 1845

life can there be in that prayer which needs a : general muster day for its display, whiuh comes up to the work of thanksgiving "armed and equipped" as the Governor's proc lamation directs, and is as obedient to the word ef command, as the regimental trainers under our "glorious" militia law. We won der if those whos9 prayer and thanksgiving are called forth by tho Governor's proclama tion, suppose their offerings are tnoro noticed when, they can show the broad so.il of the State of Ohio as their warrant for the act. For our part, we think the command to "pray without ceasing" far better authority than any which the State can give. The recommendation to appoint a "Thanks giving Day" came from the General Assem bly of Ohio. Of whom, we would ask, is that Assembly composed, and what is their position? It is mala up of Whig and Dem ocratic politicians, who in the contest for of fice trample principle under foot, and regard Jhe rights and interests of their fellow men of ifar Jfesj impo...

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 November 1845

POETRY. From the Beacon of Liberty. MEETING OF THE BIRDS. Tb Mrde bad ft meeting, ft few day ago. To aettle ftome matter of state And withal, to consider their friend in limbo, VP ho lone hd been pining in want and in wo, With law to mourn over their fete. In ege4 of wire, and caeca of wood. They were hanging; all over the land, And there made to sing all day for their food, And dreamed all night, in their dark aolitude, Of the groves by the free zephyrs fanned. The Crow called the meeting to order caw, eaw! For he ho had ft far reaching ken The eagle wai scribe. He wae skilled in the law, And know where 'twas safest to put in his claw; And he too, was great with the pen. The Pigeon was there, to carry the news, T!.J m. w.i'linn n tioT rvi wiiuuvih " " """'"6 --- The most part were anxious to get their .'. -: I - And break all the cages and traps that thry use, Those Bird catchers, year after year. The Linnet was foremost to open the cause; For the drooping wing'd captives he spoke ...

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 November 1845

TO-SLAVERY .BUGLE "IT 3JST2DS! S3LA72Hl)l!D!E3i3. SALEM O., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1845, NO. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Published every Friday at Salem, Columdiana Co.i O. -3 AMES BARNABY, Jr., General Agent. liEXJAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH HITCHCOCK, Editors (ftjrAll remittances to be made, and all letter! relating to the pecuniary affair of Ihcpater, to be addressed (post paid) to the General Agent. (imiMinieuliutu intended for inser tion to be addressed to the Editors. Terms: $1,50 per annum, or $2,00 nut paid within six months of the time sub scribing. Advertisements making less tliiin a square inserted three times Ibr 75 cents: ono square $1. I'musinxu Committiik: Sirn'l Brooke George Garrets m, James Hun by, Jr D.ivid L. Galhrenth, L"t I (dimes, 3. 2. JAJHOXJl ITTrJl. From the Western Christian Advocate. IMPOSTOR AND IMPOSTRESS. Mr. Editor: It is said, by those who look into the future, that coming events cast their shadows before; sol thought that 1 would nhadow forth to your readers...

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 November 1845

The Guinea Maitl" " Olo Bull and Old Dan Tucker" "Tho Niggers' Cheer" "Cynthia Sue" " Dearest Dine" " Lub by Van" "In the Darkies lite we read," &c. -These constitute about three-fourths of the entertainment. We have ridiculed and berated without mercy our opponents of tho press in this city, for applauding these caricatures of God's poor and down-trodden ones and shall we spare our friend! We would as soon advertise a runaway slave, as to advertise such a concert and as soon help a panting Liberty seeker back to bondage, as to commend such a performance. If the Cin cinnati Dispensary is obliged to administer to a low and corrupt public taste, for patron age, lot not Liberty men be tools to be used in acquiring it. Wo are greatly obliged to Dr. Bailey for his daily during the campaign but we had rather never have eoen it, than to have seen such a notice in it. Cleveland American, Liberty party paper.) OUR FOREIGN RELATIONS. That a messenger has arrived from ico, bearing some sor...

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 November 1845

k. it. fruits. That Society it wedded to Liberty party; the papers which it Interests Itself to -sustain, areLiberty party papers and from what we can learn of Hs general action, 'we think it will not complain of injustice when we say j.t baa striven to nuuu up i-io- rty party. If then It-is In lactthe uuuana t ;i.tiit i-.rtv 'Association'." we si "?ld be glad to have it assume its real and appropri ate name. It will be seen by reference to the minutes, that S. S. Foster offered a series f resolutions; the first, asserting the moral character of the anti-slavery enterprise, and declaring tliat the Indiana Society could not fcllow its influence and funds to be used by iu official representatives to build up any re ligious sect or political party, without a vio lation Of the faith pledged to its members, -and a departure from its appropriate sphere of notion. The society voted u-ro uiy . the table. Jl The other resolutions relat ing to the Constitutional question, were under 'disunion...

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 November 1845

POETRY. For the Bugle. TWO OR THREE THOUGHTS ABOUT THE QUAKERS. BY T. WICKERSHAM. Oil! what a mockery Is tliis society Who say they Quakers be ! I know that to be free Unable I slmll be So long as I agree To see uiy liberty , . Thus torn sway from me By such men as I see Nit in the gallery. I never can agree To stand and patiently "Without a murmur seo Such inconsistency. I'd rather roasted be To grace the revelry Of some mad Indian spTee, Than thus be doom'd to see Such baby mimicry Of Truth and Liberty, And yet unable be Myself from it to free ! ''1 is wonderful to see . How men deceived can be So far as to agree That negro slavery Can e'er abolished bo While they shall quietly Its fearful workings see, And yet untroubled bo That heartless tyrany Should thus permitted be In crime and revelry To walk the nation, free ! If I should ever be Sold into slavery Where I should fettered bo, And forced in misery To toil laboriously Uy men who wickedly Wave torn away from me My sacred liber...

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 November 1845

r vr t JjJUlo VOL. 1. SALEM O., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1813, NO. 19. AN -SLAVERY B G ANTI-SLAV K R Y BUGLE Published every Friday at Salem, Columbiana Co., O. JAMES DA R.N A BY, Jr., General Agent BENJAMIN S. JOXKS, J. ELIZABETH HITCHCOCK, Editors 07".? remittances to be made, ami all letters relating to the pecuniary affairi of the paper, to be addressed (post paid) to the General Agent. Communications intended for inser tion to be addressed to the Editor. 0r Terms:! ,50 per annum, or $2,00 if not paid within six months of the time of subscribing. Advertisements making loss than a square inserted three times for 73 cents: one square $1. TunLtsiiiNo Committing: S im'i Brooke George Garrets-n,. lames Ilirnihy, Jr David L. G illirentli, Lot Holmes. 3. 3. yATOTXlIi Tim'!. From the Anti-Slavery Reporter. MISS DELIA A. WEBSTER, AND THE ESCAPE OF SLAVES. This lady was present nt the great East ern Convention. At the request of individu als she was brought forward and introduced to the meeti...

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 November 1845

left, a bribe is held out to tlie rest logo to Tex as! Well, if they will go, all 1 can Ray is, Northern farmers, come liero and settle. Such land as yon can sell in New York and Penn sylvania fur fifty, and seventy-five, and a hundred dollars nn aero, you can buy licre for from throe to ton. It is "a shame', I say, that this beautiful rountry, so blest in climate, it ml needing so little, oidy the fertilizing hand of man, should he without people. Hero is an old venerable river running past my door, older than tlio Hudson, now lined with towns and villages much older than Ohio, (older in settlement and geography, I mean,) but where are the people? Tor a hundred and fifty miles from Richmond to Norfolk, the first explored river running into the Atlantic Ocean, the homo of Powhatan and Pocahon tas, and the scenes of the truly chivalrous John Smith where are the people? Gone, I say, gone lo the South and est, the trum pet blowing among them now to go to Texas! Virginia has here depopu...

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 November 1845

the resolution was true, and also admitted that the Constitution in its formation and adop tion was designed to he a pro-slavery docu ment, bttt asserted that by strict Construction they could make it Anti-slavery. They con tended that it is the people's Constitution that we have nothing to do with the design in its formation and adoption that it does not require that the fugitive bo given up in ease he Is pursued by tho slave-claimant, for there is no service or labor duo to his master, and asserted they would assist him in his flight for liberty, and yet not perjuro them selves. They also contended that there is no provision therein which requires the quel ling of the insurgent slave when he attempts to throw off" his shackles that it is not an in surrection for him to assert the rights which God gave him, and which our forefathers de clared were inalienable, but that the slave claimant is tho insurrectionist when he de prives his fellow man of those rights. As to the three fifths...

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 November 1845

POETRY. THE LADY'S DREAM. BY THOMAS HOOD. The lady lay in her bed, Her couch so warm nnd soft, i!ut her sleep was restless and broken still; For turning often nnd oft From siilo to side, she muttered and moaned, And toss'd her arms aloft. At last she started up, And gazed on the vat-ant air, With a look of awe, as if she saw Some dreadful phantom there And then in the pillow she hurried her face From visions ill to bear. The very curtain shook, Her terror was so extreme, And the light that fell on the broidcr'd quilt Kept a tremulous gleam; And her voice was hollow, and shook as she cried: 'Oh me! that awful dream ! That weary, weary walk, In the church-yard's dismal ground ! And those horrible things, with shady wings, That came and flitted round, Death, death, and nothing but death, In every sight and sound ! And oh ! thoso maidens young, Who wrought in that dreary room, With figures drooping and spectres thin, And cheeks without a blocm , And the voice that cried, " For ths pomp ...

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. — 5 December 1845

ANTI 7! 33 SLAVERY VOL. 1. 'HDTJSTXDJl Tamil SLATICIIDlESliS." SALEM O., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1815, NO. i0. ANTI-SL A VK R Y BUGLE Published every Friday at Salem, Columbiana Co., O. JAMES BARNABY, Jr., Uciural Agent BENJAMIN S. JOXES, J. ELIZABETH HITCHCOCK, Editors 0" remittance to be made, and all Utter relating to the picumaru affair of thr paper. to Oe adilrcned (post paid) to the Uenerai "gent, rommumcation intended Jor inter- tion to be addrtsted to the Kdilor. ftfr Terms: 1.50 oer annum, or $2,00 if not paid within six months of the time of subscribing. Advertisements making less than a square inserted three times for 75 cents: one square $1. Publishing Committee: Snm'l Brooke George Garrelson, J mios B irn ily, Jr Duvid L. Galbrenth, L t II linins. From the Cincinnati Gazette. THE PARKERSBURG TRIALS. The case of the three Ohio citizens, indict ed at Parkersburgh foraidingnnd assisting in the escape of certain slaves from Wood coun ty, Virginia, came on for trial before the C...

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. — 5 December 1845

! leave vou for tlie present, gentlemen, and lat my friends speak for themselves. I will ha before you again. I will then tell you why I made this confession. (Here he thank ed the aiitiiuncf for their attontion and retir ed.)" A iron Long then came forward and s:iid : ' 1 am about to be hunpr for a rrimo of which 1 am innocent. I always lived at homo with my parents and worked hard. Last summer I wont down to N.iiivoo with John, and tlioro I sup; o o ho saw Fox and Ilia res!, and they waited him to go tip and help rob Davenport, and the only diiiiciiltv was to get John sepa rated from inc. So Pox said he wanted to do nine business up tho river, and lie must tike John along as a witness. Si they went up . and left mo at N'auvoo. 1 a:n as innocent of this criin! as tho farthest man in England. When John left nicat Nauvoo, 1 gave him all the notes i hail against men in Indiana, anil he gave me all his against men about here. I am entirely innocent of the murder. I have nothing more to...

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. — 5 December 1845

lis dissemination, we should confidently chor iah lofty expectations of what these bodies would do to benefit the pceplo during the coming winter; but tlic general character of the men who comprise them, is in perfect con formity with tho selfish design of the pirties that sent them there, and witii tlio oppressive governments they arc sworn to sustain. Those who hare at all mingled in the po litical contests of tho land, whose sympathies and, exertions have been enlisted in behalf of fivorito candidate, must know that in the partisan ranks there is to be, found moanness nd profligacy, tho basest dtcoplion and the Most degrading venality. Not that cither party will admit this to bo trim of itself, but the Whigs often charge it upon tho Demo crats, and the Democrats as often throw back tho charge upon tho Whigs. There is abundant evidence on every hand to show that this is not only true of the Whigs and Democrats, but measurably so of every par ty which exists. All know tho corruptin...

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. — 5 December 1845

POETRY. For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. THE TYRANT'S WARNING. BY THOMAS WICKERSHAM. Deliver him that is spoiled out of the hand of the oppressor, lest my fury go out like fire, and burn that none can quench it." JlCREMIAH, XXI, " Deliver him" thus saith he, Whose dwelling is Infinity The God Omnipotent " Deliver him whose soul is spoil'd, Who unrequited, long has toil d, Whose aspiratiuns all are foil'd, Whose joy of life is spent. " Deliver him whose form is how'd Beneath the haughty and the proud Oppressor's power whose wailings loud Ascend unto my throne; Deliver him whose soul is crush'd, Whose spirit-breathings all ore hush'd, Whose tears in agony have gnsh'd With each upheaving groan. ' Deliver him whose mental sight,'1 Is whelmed in dark and gloomy night, Till it is stricken by the blight Of his unceasing woe; Whose spirit with oppression groans Who 'neath his burdens sighs and moans, Uplooking with imploring tones, Beseeching, 'let me go.' " Deliver him whose wages, long Have be...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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