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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 April 1855

'4 TES22S: Two Dollars per Annua--In Adrascc. JUST: LIT ALL THX S7TDS THOU XIJIEST AT BZ THT COCSTRT's, GOD'S, AXD TRtTTtt's. A Family Newspaper :--fcdf pendent ca 111 SuhjKts BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1855. NUMBER 16-VOLUME I, Select oefrtj. ElaTery. Dil e'er m sound palate the ear . , Of mortal here below, . do fall, appall in, chill or drear, .Or fraught with human woe 'Atay. that foathnotne word, . ore withering in it touch Than wasting famine, fire or sword, In their nialijn approach? It rinlu, degrade, pollutes the mind, ' Makes brute of human fouI, In short, of misery all combined, Slavery form the whole. (Jo where yon will, and yet the same Thi monster atill appears, 2or time, nor place, the form can change This Tile incubus wears. In vain may sordid mind uphold ThU sum of lawle villain v. - And for the sake of fading gold, Attempt to prove it sanctity. Their time is short, and tyrants feci Their prap is getting weak, i . That s...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 April 1855

Jiie geiO of f ireeO oh). G. W. BROWN, Editor. Lawrence, Saiardaj, April i 1835, Gtatral Ago for the TeroZJ freedom, arid 11 hia eontracta pertaining to t fie paper will 1 binding on tha finu. Letteri addressed fcf na'&? Batlo, X. Y.. will be promptly attended to by Lira. Emizratinz irttt and individual, en looto for Kansas, pa&dng throuiU Buffalo, are raqaedted to i vo him a call at bla e&ee at.Wilr liama' Man, lo. 150 Main street. . - - Destruction of thePreaa,; . - - Oa the morning of Saturday last, eight men enlfeH at th office .of Use tsDUsTRi-. ai Lcmixarv, published at Parkville, lo., by Messrs aek Patteusox, and presented to the latter a series of resolu tions to the effect that they had determin ed to throw the Luminary, press into the ..river and expel the publishers . from" the State, A: Hz,:u Patterson - copied ' the resolutions, and had only Completed the rwbrk,: when a body of about two hun dred men .surrounded the Park House, ;in which was the printiogoffi...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 April 1855

LarreicSal4rlarrI?nl 1853. ' . . - -uigx. -7-lae .regular ittuttf tki paper it tun f.,000 iet teeelly. J f mtyif he materially jjureaetd, 'tytfata'tcXo' epprnrt rf iU pri&ijiJei and dexlrtu 4ucct'ocvlJ. tfll tb trvuU UprcMt tU dcime tiwal&nr. Tkerearefevtfowprvj&ittub ter&ert ir envltt doi eeatre oxe xe w aESFoxs i blsVa' &rf ir; and ire reepeetful lf ak vtirfruaJi that ibtg egll Ike ulteallat tf their aeqvaintaMree t the claims rf the Utxxtb "Fbeedow mpcei ptttlit f patronage. "Hee many Sf cvr pretfU tultcribert , Kill hand t m n'ca name - . - v.-- : . - i v.; -f j iaduetmenl tte exert urn," each fertonvha thall i future tend yt tut tiejv tubecribere, accuni panltd H,ltH t entitled to a eeventh n grot it. . ' ' . , ' . J.: .Indian Hostilities. ; ' On 'Monday last an express jtrnred in town, bringing the intelligence that the Kaw Indians had some . difficulty with thejsettlefs in the vicinity of Delaware, a point about seven miles west of this,' on the Kansasnver...

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. — 21 April 1855

4 !T1"7ye.$ aavs Wora the Solid Rock. . v- .-rr- f v:r . t ' , , Tre cat and seen eye bright wave chase -s. It &Uuw on.tbe strand, , TIn fall away, nor leave a trace ' v . j - Upon the print!fco sand; , , - .-. V VThouglvvarve the pebble felt the hoc ":iJTke vave have worn tbesolid rock. . Tre snt and heard tbi aattrmn wind ",' " Amid thebraiuhe play, , : So uoftiy 'niiii!. so b!am!iy land, ' ' ' It scarcely stirred the epray; ' ! : Yet snen the winter cola came on, ' ' v And blooms of spring when it was gone. ; l'v sat and saen tlie evening sun - 'Sink from hi ollen sky; v. , - II u Jong: bright race of glory run, And close hi golden eye: So slow ho pod. scare fhanjod tbc light, x . And et he left tlic woild in ni jht. .AnlVlkcycnliuuln&nlife--t,.f"4 ' Event like billows 1 oil; . Moment on momeiit, puife on strife, . . ' - That chan n to tbesoul; And joys, like LUtnmn loaves fall fat; Hope set, and being light i fat- - - I've stood on earth's moat daring fc'jhta,' i And een...

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. — 28 April 1855

TERMS Two Dollars per Ansao In Advance. BY G. W, BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, APRIL 28,1855. NUMBER 17 VOLUME I. ! The Departed. . BY C. O. iERXII, .. r "There are manr graven in th churchyard lon. Where I often sit ind wwn - ' For the dearly loved who do wa below " In Death cold prison tleej; And my aching heart will often crave To rest with them in the silent grave! In that asd place my mother lies; Death came and took her thsre, Ere I bad scarce began to prize . Her fond maternal care; But oh! the bitter truth I've knows, ' Since o'er her breast the clod were thrown! And oft I go with reverent tread, Where sleep her sacred clar, To ma as on forever fled Of youth's untroubled day ; For oh! 'tis sweet, e'en through my tears, -To look back on departed yeans! And there I mane o'er many a friend Of tried and ehangelcw love. Who bleeps unconscious of the hsart In solitude above; Eut Tit not grieve that thus they 159, Fer blest are they in youth that die! Yes. b...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 28 April 1855

v-1 Xfa JjchiiD of f See3oh)v K W. HROVJiT, HiitoiV Umtsce, Saturday, April 23, issi. SPo Agenta?; ; To sare unnecessary delay ' from this ime forth ell of our Agists who are operating in the east for subscribers will " orward their subscriptions and remit ances directly to this office. By this means inuch unnecessary loss of time may be saved in filling 8tib8CTintions.--f Our office in -Buflalo will be closed until further Boticv &s ire- are " desirous that orir,Genetal Agent, Me. Biixikqs, should operate in another' fields - - 4 r : ' ' :; . ' Canvassers Wanted. ' -v;We want good-canvassing Agents in e very-city, town and Village, in the Unit edStates, to procure . subscribers for the He&ild oy Fsxedom ; Ladies or . Gen tlemen, of good addres's. with intelligence. energy, and tact, will find a good field for mating large wages y addressing us di rect wiw certincates of character endors ed bf the Pcwtmaster. where the applicant resides, 4 - We are desirous of ivinr Am- ploy...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 28 April 1855

. - S - ' V ." .. . f - - - ' - . . . -' Lawrcacci SaUrday,: April 23,J 1855 . ?:To Oar Friends." . -v". " ; Ths regvlar iitve rfthU paper i nma tfWienp- ia weekly, and itfnht'lstnatn3inere if Am who apprott if tit prineipUs and desire its oaecess, tevuld take the trmMt to present iis claim tohts neigVjore.' There are f no ff our pretentsub ecribert who eould W secure oxb xnr besfovm BLI SAMS with Ud litV effort; and we resoe.-fful-ly ah our friends tat they call the attention cf their acquaintance tit ths claims rf the Ufbald or FjtzzooJt upon public patronage. " Ho many f w pretext tubtcr&ert wiU hand in one new name r , ' Am an inducement to ezeitihn edcfrperton whx shall in future tend vt nix new !foeribrt aomz panted with $12, 2 Is .entitled to a tezenih. topg yraiit.. .. , . . - ' . . Write for the Herald.' . ..- Correspondents are wanted in all parts of Kansas, as well as throughout the east, to write for the IIekald of Freedom, giving plain and matter of fact descrip tio...

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 April 1855

ArYankea's Opinion of All SoaGi." ": . ST EOF la bwilo w. " - - , .' " W e?n"t rtir tlrm ncntbern feller, -- - Ti y'u i!rA"ld."jiri'intf set. -;- fl? ;.-!" a.ier h,w ihi 6j.Lt " . ' ' - - - U in c ty vm; -tbvir Iron heti -" M-iy-b-- i: i. iih; anpre-iiin', . '- !:. nervw it inlo' grate, . ? -n 1 ia.?r..r-r-hu2 0 ::j ;m iijyer-di-i iV Siutt. . - YfM -i.y nj .f ir'li:aV iry Ti y. !? j o-p; in ib Cc - ' i-tV K' I i tTl-Jtf. ..eilteturV ' Kftl-j terra-nciis f car race; ' Thy .i. w.ni this 'ere Nebrasky . So' . .u j a ?w &de ia, -Toabaiy-?-anlu.--ni y. Aa' to plaaJrfyeliwMD. - Ain't It cute to see Yne Tce vb ewlamiii1 paiiw, All to irit ths DsviiV Ilclpln. on em weld their chains! Why. it's ist its clear s fl JZr. Clear as onaud 03a nuki two. Char that make black slaws o nigger v Wans to make whir slates o' you. - Wall. 10 'WrKTSo help 'em stea'un' -Bigger J.m 1 to cramp with blares; - -Help tha m'D ;Iiat'a nerii WIin' . - Inimlts mi your fathers' crave; Hilp tha strong to grind the ...

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. — 5 May 1855

TTiBJISO W r ..r I:. ' V-'! . " 4CST.J, 1ET ALL. THS X5DS THOU AIXZST AT BE TTJT COCXTBT'&V COD's, AK1 TBCTH's." ' - ; - v " " "V i . BY G, W. BROWN & CO. . " LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1855. ' . . ' NDMBER18tTOLUME 1, Select -goefHj. . The Bursting of the Bud. Sprine i coming, spring coming! With her samsliine and her fhower; Heaven is rinsftigwith the singing . - Of the birds in brake and bower. Bnda are fillinsr, leaves are itwellinsr, rowers on field and bloom on tree, O'er the earth, and air and oeean, , Nature hold her jubilee. . 5oft then stealing, comes a feeling O'er my bosom tenderly ; Sweet I ponder as I wander - For my muting are of thee. , Sprinfc is eoming, Bprinar coming! With her mornings fresh and fight, "With her moon of cheqnered (rlory, Sky of bine and clouds f white; Calm, pray nightfall, when the light falls From the 8tar-bepanrled sky, While the splendor, pale and tender, Of the younp moon, gleams on high. Still at morn, at noon, and ...

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. — 5 May 1855

Wqt Ipretli of Joc&om : Jn&eim&nt jniewsis of Kansas. . C W. SHOWN, Editor.- Lawrence, Saturday, Blay 5, l.S55: More Excitement. . There is a rumor in town that & diSU culty occurred at Lear en worth a few days ago between a northern man and a Mis which the "lie' passed between tho parties, when the ilisscun an drew a billet of wood and struck his adversary over. the. head, inflicting a se Tere injury; whereupon the Yankee drew a revolver and shot the Missourian dead upon the spot. It ia said that meetings are being held all along the border in Missouri, and prep arations are being made for a general as sault on -Lawrence. Their busies find occasionally good metal even in'nbrthern people, and hence we must be driven out by force, to prevent collisions, &e. ; How long will the intelligent and hon est portion of the population of our neigh boring State allow themselves, and their position to "be represented by those des peradoes who set law' and order -at defi ance...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 May 1855

Lawrence, Saturday, Slaj 5, 1835. To Our rriends. '. The rtgvlar iue rfthi paper is nno 2,000 enp ie weetly, and it might be materially inrraed, if thn$ who mpproro f it principle and detire U tveee, would tal th trouble to present its claim srriberswho couia nnteatn oxx hew ueroxsi u nana with tit IUG efort: and we respectful ly ak aw friend that they call the atUntiiA cf t&etr atqyaixiance to uu ctaitne rj im herald or Fbzedox vpon publi patronatj. late many fij our present moteruier vu mw . w new namer. ..- . , - v.- A an inducement to exertion, each person, who shall in future send v tix new subscribers, accom panied with l,haU U entitled to seventh cnpg- frai, ... Disgr&cefoL The fire-eating portion of Missouri are still engaged in hunting jup subjects on whom to wreak their vengeance. - Like the dreaded Inquisition of a past age, it anpears that all who do hot subscribe to certain views are to immolated. All must join in proclaiming, the greatness of the demon of slave...

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. — 5 May 1855

j'e 3j)ttni& of SreeiJom: Shiipcnknt -Stand by the Right! - - Tc:sx: Tie Slar-.Spaiujied Banner. - id tbe broad fertile West, rrfttre the prairie lands Have slumbered for agesia eyenee unbroken,' Eire br cry' of the wolf or the wild Indian ban-ds; Dr -when the clear peal of the thunder has epoxen In that distant clime with a power sublime. - Well found a brave Empire to last for all time: Thro' the toils of the day.&nd the danger? of nfaht, Krar Uxi will protect us, to tmna og tne jupu: . The axe and tbe plow, and the School-house and ' Frew. . - . With tbe clear Sabbath hell to salute the great - uiver; --. Are the arm that we bear to that far wilderness; -Are the bulwarks we plant on the bright Kan- ' aaa river. ' - . TCo tear of the slave shall e'er dim that pure wave, Tbe homes of the Free it forever shall lave: - Through the toils of the day, and the dangers of nijrns, . Our God will protect us, to dand hy the Evjhl! Farewell to the scenes of our earlier jears! Farewell...

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. — 12 May 1855

V s V ' TERMS s Two Dollars per. Ansoa In'ldfaiice. ; ;. . -. " be just i -let all the exds thoc akiest at be tht cocktrt's, god's, akd tbctii's." . A Faailj Xwspaper:EdfpeEdeBt ca AU Sljects 1 BY G. W. BROWN & CO, LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1855. y. ; ; - J '- . .'NUMBER 19 V0LU3IE L 1 Vow f A Sodan, TmAteript. Mount Vemcn. -' BT JOXATHAX FrNCB. ftTbcre proud Potomac rears her erected title I Tu ki-tf the feet of Vernon laureled shore, Vre the Great Father laid Time a robe aside, , i Dure i r j Y Ira.T pi!rrims kneel from realm remote ana wide, Tb'ir weei iioauoiia uu ui mi i w pui , . I ud kindling Freedom wafts with lavish hand filer b!ejng inenee w eerj meeuiug uuu. fEtalted union ofthe 515 nd and heart, . trin irfii nVr toon, aa l'arthenon ' O'er temples reigned the model of high Art, So p-audly planned each fundamental pmr, In vopiousacuuui aoeiawwaieuuuo, f-All aires seemed combined to mould thy clay. hlov few thy Wkinjrs, Parthenon of Men! 1 a ml few th...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 May 1855

:Jjci) interests of Hmi0d0 Ifye JJetyiS of fireeflob. O. W. EROWN, Editor; Lawrence, Saturday, May 12, 1833 Basely raise. ; We learn that a story is in circulation through the community, that we "are in the habit of publishing two sets of prin ciples in the Herald, one for the eastern market, and one for home consumption. A baser falsehood was never uttered ; and ho who firstgavecurrency to-it knew fall well that it was such when he gave it publicity." It was the emanation of his own depraved mini, and asserted for ef fect During the whole period we hare been publishing the Herald or Freedom no articles hare been added to our columns and none hare been suppressed, save in the issue of March 3 1st. With that num ber we went Jo press on Friday the day f election and worked off one token, two hundred and. forty papers. The tlectkro elosed, and on Saturday morn ing wc added the incidents cf the day previous. Not getting the entire edition ol on Saturday we removed the Govern or's Procla...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 May 1855

Lawrence, Saturdar 3Iaj 12, 1835. To Oar Friends. - . JI rmUri fthi, r:r umf 2J asfcUsr There arefe 'J our prtww or Fseedox oo iKMi p' Jltttp many i one met UJmct towtt. vk irtm teh-, shall m ,uIrfrM. otcs.m faLd ritk ili,sMl le iAtttlcJ to xlh C,pj froli. ' More Proof- -The Free State b attempting to waive the discussion of its own tergiversation to the cause of freedom, by charging us with falsehood and cowardice. Very well, let the editors pursue that course as 1od as they desire, and we will continue to show that they have proved false to all their anti-slavery professions, and are ac tuallv in leainie with the South, and are laboring by indirect means to make Kansas a slave Suite. Our evidence does not, and shall not, rest upon our as - mrtions, but shall be drawn from their own confessions, the highest evidence in the world, when given voluntarily and without any hope of direct personal ben efit. . v The editors of that sheet charged home upon us for having, in our tirst issue...

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. — 12 May 1855

- -iV W '12'- t A'lttch &'7" dry-and ' Je"Oiiij4Vip,8i3e. - -il'ivi lf iwU u tfv lu ivdA .tL, a resuH I gvt not a single plant, and I - v ,i v r fa TJiAf.itTtHi-id turn. Is - -Tlle "Wish: for Freedom.. ; . 'Etlcnj the serf release it . rj viltfca been H..uiiil too fc-ng'v v.. a.-- Gcltue the ui-riciead it-r-- 3 , . ';. .'And lei It p& aUn-, V ' t -r It H ntrrs for it -T reeaorn r - Itechaiusirc2m1etwe.tr; ,. f 4 .1 Eelease it from It bondage . ; EdeSifrHftom ali cjae. v.-;.... . . Why Hod the stalling spiri . . ' Aiitl'llaAit-iiOytoerit " . " V To keep ii free from rut? , TwUI keep iiK'iroift rtiiliB, V . It longs to Jy away . . .... A . ' , " Socori.-rtant'y tuljudting,.., ,r , v """.-'- Twin never know jdotfy. " ' r -TLis Vme and inw sotil-cage; . - - While slow the rare decay, ' ' MftygatberrustaronnJit, " . -..-:! Yo -wear the bars 'away; T ' And the often groaning ... " At Che-pain-"ti forced bear, vWiH never cease cerhpluin'Bg - - -.'Whitbeint linden there- 'i ' Tk net...

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. — 19 May 1855

"- v'- '"-- - -. - 1 1 I ; I , 0 I I 1 ' my H Vy : j V 1 1 ' fS j TERMS :--Two Dollars per Annna--Ia Adrancf. . ' "bxjcst: ucr ALLra BY 6. W. BROWN & CO. " . LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1855, ! . NUMBER 20-VOLUME I. Select' foefrij. From tlf LSttralor. Son? of the Kansas Emigrant. BT ALMIEA Ur MOrK. Awv from the Eock where onr Pilgrim Fires landed, . , " Awry from the IIUl where our Patriots bled, We, Patriot-IUrim, tojrutlter are baHded, - And westward, by Faith, tnd fur Freedom, re Jed. T take one last look of the bloe rolling ocean, WebrejUlwonelaatpnrcr ins 'ew England fine; We look npon all bare loved with erootion---Long, long shall ii be ere we greet the in again. Bat we leare not behind all of New England' glory; We bear in onr breast the true heart the ha trained, . We bear in our minds the hizh trotlus of her story. Pledged, in life and in action, to see them main tained. Up verdure-crowned mountain, o'er rich rolling prairie,' By lake and by river, t...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 19 May 1855

Jfje ffeili) of JrecSoh). G. W. BROWN, E&itcr, ' Lawrcrce, Saturday, May I9, 835 ' - Ka3sas"Sla7ew State. . " "We Lave asserted on several occasions that the Free State was not looked upon as a reliable anti-slaver: paper byjhe people of this, vicinity, andjthat its sub scription list was made tip of those who were inimical to tire cause of freedom. We are met in all such statements by the gerdlemctnly editors of that interesting sheet, with the general charge of "cow ard and liar." - We are glad of this course on their part, as it afford us an oppor3 tunity to back up our assertions by proof which cannot be controverted. We again assert' that the paper which lias falsely assumed the name of Kansas Free State, has vilely pandered to the slave power for the sake of patronage, and that at this time its principal support-is drawn from those who are considered the propagand ists and apologists of the peculiar, insti tution. From the issue of the Free State of March 10th we clip 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. — 19 May 1855

Lawrence, SitardaY, Mav-19, 1835. ' 7o Oar Friend?. Th reovlar utve rfthi parser unm 2.7!)0 enp- vvellif. and it rr,ig7d la material!? inereated, ;t4i t'rkn anprorer-f ' itrri.icijde arid deeire it invest, vxwM tait the trouble to pretent it dai-ne tohU neigh. There art J 'tis f cur present evh-$-rihervho anild nt tecvre os xr.w bmionm bls vaxz trifi but liiKe ffvri; and tee reipectful U ml ovr friend that they call the attenli, f their a-'iuaintanree to the dairne tf the Hxsald or Fkeedok upon pvKU 'patfonnnt. Jlfi many cf fr frtent tuleeriler ttill hand i one netc name? - '. " A an iidu&mcnt to eitrltun. ear perron tch thill in future tend v tie, new rul-riler, ncctim funitd vilh iii.jhaU he entilled to a texenih cvy yralie. '. . Territorial Printing.' -It is asserted as a fact tbat the editors of the"Free State" ckim to their confl d:tnts that they have arrangments by which they are sure of the Territorial printing from the first Legislature, a Legislature elected by mercenar...

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. — 19 May 1855

i0 umanxtg ani tljc Jntrosta of Hansci0. The Americari Flag. "" ""it toaau owtur mui. " Wberi lYeedoni from her mountain, bight Unfurled Lcr standard In the air, t She tore the azure robe of night, -And set the stan of giory there. -- She inmgled with ite gorge dye - TlHrilky baldrie ctf ike kJdcsr And striped it pwrecetestial white - With streaking of the morning light; Then from hu mansion in the ria he called bet eagle bearer down, And gave into hi jnigbty hand . The symbol of her chosen land. . JLtjestic monarch of the cloud, Who rearea'st aloft thy regal form. To heat the tempest trumping lond. . . . ..And ace the lightning lance driven, . ' . When strive the warriors of the storm, And rolls the thunder-drum of heaven. Child of the eon! to thee 'tia given To guard the banner of the True, 3 never m the talpiiar smoke, . To ward away the battle stroke. . Aud bid it blending shine afar, like rainbow on the cloud of war, The liarbingersof victory! - "Flag of the bravelthy fold shal...

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