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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 22 November 1862

: TOL. 1. WINCHESTER, TENN.,:NO.VEMBER 22, 18G2. NO- 43 uUdiu Daily Circulation, - 1,400. W. J. SLATTER, Proprietor, "''Terms! ; ' ' . 1 1 T - - .. Notice to Subscriber!.. "Whik you find H before your name on your paper, please renew your ubscription, m. it u ft notice that the time for which it ka been paid will expire in a few days. ' J, A wry limited space in the Daily Bul letin will be allowed for advertisements. Terms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; COcta for each subsequent insertion. .Articles of much length, Intended for publi cation, must be handed in in the forenoon to insure publication next day. Obituaries, Tributes of Rospect, and Funeral Inritations charged as advertisements, but mar riages and deaths published as news Advertisements of charitable institutions at half price. 1 , ; 4! .. 1 .-... ;. 1 'I . . I .1 . J 1-. J LLJ , 1 li " (For the Daily Bullctiri.) 1 ; Help the Sick Soldier, i It may not bo 'generally known id thai citizens of franklin 'county,' that t...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 22 November 1862

THE DAILY BULLETIN T. HELMS, ffitor. Winchester, Tonn : SA L'UiiDAY JiOliMNG, IsTOY. 22D. The Question of Retaliation. Iletaliation U ono of the aeknowl- -leil rules of warfare, and it obtains in tlio councils of civilized as well as .ivayo nations. The Confederate "ov- ornmcr.t lias sought to conduct our tnigtt;Io lor independence ' upon prin eiplos of tlio highest civilization, and the world must givo us croditfor main taining our lofty purpose as a people, up to the present hour. Uut our eno inius have sought and have succeeded, upon their part, in innumerable instan ces, in lowering their policy in the con duet of tho war eveu to tho lovel of barbarians.- Jlow far circircumstanccs may com pel us to depart from tho 'milder cus toms of civilized war, remains to be de termined. Wo could hope that history will liavo occasion to condemn tho mild ness rather than the severity of our measures of retaliation. Waiving for tho present an enquiry into othor outrages, of a more iufamous cha...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 23 November 1862

. ; v J ' i f" L n . i.v -. , . . , si -, j . . NOL. 1. , , WINCHESTER, TENN;, NOVEMBER 23. i862. NO- 4l i;Ug .fgullflin. jDaily Circulation, - MOO. 'f?r ' " - 4 W. J. SLATTjSg," Proprietor j . ; : . j Terms : ; . . : . ; Notice to Subscribers. 1 Weih you find (xj before your name im t. four ppri please renew yqiu- subscription, i itii a notice that the time for which it las been paid will expire in a few Mays. I f(Q. A very limited space in the Daily Bul- Jtin will be allowed for advertisements. ' fferms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; 50ot tot each subsequent insertion. J Articles of much length, intended for publi cation, must be handed in in the forenoon to Jinsure publication next day. . i Obituaries, Tributes of Kespect, and Funeral ilnrltations charged as advertisements, but ma; -' triages and deaths published as news . Advertisements of charitable institutions at ..half price. r From the Selma (Ala.) Reporter. Army Oolportage. Be Ye Patient. in An angel soltly valks, .;...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 23 November 1862

'.II V D ii r I 1? I1! M i all that tho demon of Destruction could ! :i- LWULM UUUUnilH Idesirctofeo, T. 2d:tor. vriimlitvtm Toim : iAV JlOliM.W.,' .NOV. feed his appetite for contusion, ;Viot, and final ruin. , ' .' - I Civil war and anarchy ! Dreadful 1 scourge!. Like tho shudder of an earth p ; quake is the tread ot its coming. But I it comes as the volcano comes up out lot the. bottomless depths of ocean! The-Gulf of lire. .Vr.i.;h.T y. :.r m::V h' ;ui;i:v!iv mul ivil i.'f hu subterranean fire is burning its way i' cxttrKiiii'' even through the Free States. I i( ,. ..,i.,... y,,,,,,,, ... i Nmthern C,.,i.,kTa,v trim,.!mt and to the surface of the northern biates of r.;-;ii!uMn." .X-'tr 'ork Ti'hf.. riio ti ! re v e tho ok Union, ana win noon ureal iorm hve employed for a j in' a dreadful eruption of political and ptioti t t'lis article may appear to be 'social evils. Already may they hear the fiery ioot-iiills of tho upward tending volcano. The gulf of fire is beneath their hear...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 25 November 1862

VOL. 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., NOVEMBER 25, 18G2. . NO. 4a Imktni Daily Circulation, - l,-l:OQ. Term : Notice to ub cribas. 'Which vu . find tf.wi' nuine on jour paper, plen.-.t? r. n-v your jubscriptioii, it ia ri'.iui! Ui.'- Ui'- mi:- ior wiiku ti liai been pu'.d will i'Xp.n in a lew -nys. A it-ry limitui npncr in tlx: I'uily t'ul-lu-jiii will be allowvu lor ituvtrtisniitiits. Terms, $1 !'or each siiimi c, l,t instji tioii ; 6oeU ) for eucU subnequvnt iusfition. i ;iiutl' a n iiniK.li it niui mmvii'js'i - . ....... cation. nu;s' b's htinJ.-J iii in the fmcnouu to 5 iujuie puhlieiuion m.-xt tiny. .... ' r. . . 1 . . . ! ff i ..... t ...... ..ii.. I iriiT i i ri r in) nut . . . i . . I . I " Ail V ilULl-'li VliHI ii;i ,v " I 1 .' n. v . ringes Mid uVhiIu publish Hi, IH'Wi Adv.-rti.-prnMHs o: ; hull -.' ;-.t it may llOl ch r, known the eitizens of 1 lanidin t''-uiity, that the several iJivisious f cur ur:i;y i.ow o!:cam; ed in our vicinity, have l .c.iied each, a Hespiul i.'i Winchester ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 25 November 1862

f HE DAILY BULLETIN L ence. T. HELMS, Id.tor. Knoxville, Nov. 21, 1802. . -" --: "-'" ":" j You ask me to pend you something Wiaoliwtor.Tomi: i. )f tiC jMkUn you fUKSDAY MUljMi, .NOV. 25th. li:lve n0Ver .cvn a "high private" in the The Next B.lttlc. . army, or you would know something Tr.ere v:ji hardly ho a'd.'ubt but of 11,0 acriflees ouo makes wh . at that the ar-mvaching conflict between leinl'ls Lo rali4' such How- the ..ppuMi,- loi ces upon the soil of I cr mhuoui ueiug leu-.ous in excusing 'lYtiiiOHSie, is destined to bo one of t o decisive battles of the Avar. The ey of the ConlWieracy is lixod with breathless solioitudo upon the bravo and vi'trran army of the AVcst, upon nr.es valor and discipline aud pru dfiire so much depends. Every car ii listening to catch ti e daily notes of preparation ; and i vory heart beats n ith inletiKest anxiety. The inauguration day of the mighty oiiflict cannot be much longer delayed. Nor done think that the result ad ir.i'trt of doubt. Though...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 26 November 1862

IM ! WOL. 1. WINCHESTER, TEltN., NOVEMBER 2fi, 18G2. NO. 4G The Mexican Question. The most recent advices from tho TBLSaHAPHIO Daily Circulation,, - 1,400. W. J. SLATTERj Propriet or ; , Terms Notice to Subscribers. j When you tind beforo your nai:.e on jour paper, plcaso renew your, lubscription, ! t it's a notice thiit the time for whiuh it ;baa been paid will expire in a lev days. t B3 A very limited space in the Daily Bul letin will bo allowed for advertisements. ? Terms, $1 for eaoh square, 1st insertion ; 50cU for each subsequent insertion, i Articles of much length, iitendtd for publi cation, must be handed in in the forenoon to i insure publication next day. Obituaries, Tributes of Kespect, nnd Funeral I Invitations charged as advertisements, but mar riages and deaths published as news Advertisements of eharitabla institutions at half price. North Ktulo th:it tho dispatches sub- exi.Uksslv ion the haily bulletin itS i t ted hy tho French Legation to tho ' , Secretary of Stat...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 26 November 1862

m DAILY BULLETIN ira: V. T. HELMS, Editor. I that the success pponcnts in the late olections would inevitably lead to civil war. If they aro notf'also prophets and in this '"tV'imhi?stir, Teim : wo do not thin k that they are WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23TH. ! thoI1 il isr perhaps, but a question ot a - - :- - ilew months time as to when the Moody Shadows of Coming Events at the wiI1 ri'CPrJe'1 lLono North ll '''stotT ' huncoln's misrule, mm... v rr.' ,.....Jm:ul,,0S Jftlly, and introduce in j in; .itn iuiu inure, ui ii ittT II 1 j date, says: Martial law over the entire North is a national necessity, li' the (ioveniors f the Northern States manifest a fac tious spirit, the provost marshals, it is presumed, will have the power to keep iher.i in order. If State Legislatures should .attempt to interfere wi.h the expression wo have given to our belief earnest the "reign of terror" ir. the northern republic. We should not desire their utter des olation. There is room enough upon the inhabitabl...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 28 November 1862

........ ... w .. . . , , , vol. i. WINCHESTER, TENtf., NOVEMBER 28, 1862. NO. 47 Daily Circulation, - i;400. W. J. SLATTEIl, Proprietor " : . Term? : , " .. - ,., ' ;., . notice. . , ; ..... Subscribers in town who fail to get their : papers will .please notify us. Oil en .the. carriers' mm them inadvertent ly, and sometimes, doubtless, are indif ferent. ; ' Another thing: Subscribers must not expect .'a paper from any carrier but the one who regularly delivers their papers, . Each carrier has a certain route, to go, and 'tnust deliver to the TELEy-HAPHIO Notice to Subscribers. ' Whew vou find before your name on jour paper, please renew1 your nubseription, as it it a notice that the time for . which it hat been paid will cxpiro in a few tiays. ..... A very limited space in the Duily Bui- subscriber on that route alone. . iwim win uo-niiuweu tor . auyt-ruseuieius. Terras,'$l for each square, 1st insertion; SOcta for 'each subsequent insertion'. Articles of much length, intended for...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 28 November 1862

i'HE DAILY BULLETIN V. T. HELMS, Editor. Wl-K'hositor, Tour : RID AY, NOVEMBER 28TH. The African Problem. The old' proverb pays: 'Order is. heaven's first law." ur great domestic institution has one of its strongest bases grounded upon this recognized principle of divine law. In fact, 'our system of slavery is hot jut or right, if it puts the negro in a lower field of action than he was ted to occupy, in the order of. naturo. If the white man was' designed to bo servant to the black, then wo have up got tho wholo order of Providence from the earliest records of time. Or if the black man was intended to be equal to Ui j white; or if he'was not formed to bo servant and the whito man to bo mas ter, then have we, in all ages, grieved heaven with our presumption, our usur pation, and oar cYtiolty to the negro Now, of all tho absurd theories which havo been put forward in. explanation uf the proper status of the respective colors of human kind, wo think the most solf-evidently falso, is t...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 29 November 1862

-.:'TV V' ' : i. . . . "T-r-. 9 NO. 48 c . . ,., - .rMiriniiT I ' "" ' " ,'" 111 't . . - . SIT .N. I 1 . j r A i7i m . i n in 1 1 si h ' in n . i . iu J ' -. atno ,,siu;MV,.,;f vrui:,n V,,;,. . . j m.. .; m !? i r . QXj.i It! :? .!'.'' iv.'J '.Mii 'JifUjl. Oil ' W. J. SWUiin, xroprietor. fti ,i t i- i ' ;"' -' Proprietor. " ' Notfce to " Sttbfcriri ' "Whbh you ,fln4 ' fceforfc ycftfr name on our naper, Tplease 'renew' your tubspription,' . u it is ft notice that the time for which it , ai ben paid. will expire ia a few ilayi, r : s ... k. KM-1 fiU A very limited space in the Daily Bui- un wui oe aiiowca ior aayerusemenw.- srms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; 5U'ta r each subsequent insqrtioiu 7". ' (x j ;i Articles of much lentrth. intended for nulli- ation, must be handed in ' in the forenoon to nsure publication next day. V1 t Obituaries, 'inoutes or jtespoct, ana x unerai nvitations chareed as advertisements, but mar- fiages and deaths published as news . Advertisements of ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 29 November 1862

)i: rr.wer nothing nut loss, delay an I l'ij;tfr may ho tw peeted. i The extract just quoted supplies an appropriate introductory to the follow political poem, -which wo tind copied into tho Enquirer arvl with which wo close cur varied, &vd we think accept uhln dish of northern war hterature : From the Phihuk-ij.hia Iiquirer. Oil! ABRAHAM HE SIGN. BT A NSW CONTRIBUTOR. ' The days are gixming shorter, The sun has crossed the line. And tho people ate asking, "Will Abraham resign?" Poor old Father Abraham, Once a people's pride; Your glory baa deserted; We're prepared to "let you slide." You've forgotten a.l tho promises Mate in those speeches fine, When traveling to the capital; Oh! Abraham, resign! Poor old Father Abraham. Voa've killed the Constitution, Framed by patriots "laig syne;" You've gagaed tho mouths of freemen; Oh! Abraham, resign! Poor old Father Abraham. Between States ence fraternal You've drawn your parly line; You've brought us war infernal; Oh! Abraham resign! ' ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 30 November 1862

IIICIIII tVQL.1.- WINCHESTER, TENN., NOVEMBER 30, 1862. NO. 49 4 51 I CPU J W. J. BLATTER, Proprietor. Terms : s Notice to Subscribers. , ff mw you find H bcforo your name on Jfour paper, please renew your lubscription, M it it a notice that the time for which it aa been paid will expire in a few day. J H8L A very limited ipace in the Daily Bul letin will be allowed for advertisementa. Zarma, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; 50cta r each subsequent insertion. Articles of much length, intended for pulli- Siation, must be handed in in the forenoon to nsure publication next day. : Ubituaries, Tributes of Kespect, and Funeral Invitations charged as advertisements, but mi fiages and deaths published as news Advertisements of .charitable institutions at alf price. Andbbson's Hospital, Not. 28th. Editor Bulletin : I send you the names f thoso who died in this hospital : private G. W. PitU, 27th Reg't. Misa., Vol's, Comp. D, died November 24th. private S. Harris, 24th Miss , Comp. 0. die...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 30 November 1862

qiTTTjl nUJ U n TT T J P rp T M I being who W titan's faroritf worke; )' " ' '.For the Daily Bulletin. ''"' lflrj UfWLiI DU huh 1 Hi jin thu field of sin. Ilia pot U the Mp I Southern Capitalists, vonld-havoyou-think-himgentlcm:u i v Can the debt of, the Confederacy; be 'swearer. George WpslifngtohVas one .J sustained aiiU paid ? Yes. How ? Lot uming-wrta Borao gonueraen ono a f alUruo Southern men sell all their diw tliem warf not a gentleman, but thai j posubie effects fur tho Confederate will appear in tho sequel, lho persot T. HELMS,'. Editor. Winoh?.stM, ' Toil it : ' . SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30TH. ' . R 1 1. lit iot:'. T!j lis. . . j:.i Church er ice w il (" hjll ut 10 o'clock, this morning, in thu ro nil on tho South side of tht! .S'juare, adjoin ing Hall's cabinet .-hop.. Sabbath School at 0 'clck in the morning. .. '. . T1IK K.XEIICISKS OF THE CUM BE In land I'lvi'r-ytenan Sunday School will be hel, pry Sunday livening at o'clock at the M. Cimrcii, until further notice. FovilS. d...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 2 December 1862

:f '-"aV '. ' -; ; 1 'i VOL. 1. a5-.i.-Vi-i' Wle H ESTEK , TEN N DECEMBER 2, 1862. NO. 50 ,v-. -v-rSHll- ill 'fflii it 1 J:. -J! ullctiu. 'i W. Ji SLATTER, Proprietor. . .Terms : , of our army, left us for ' Knox villa. 'About the. tuno wo pot into Barbours- vuleueu. Scott, of.Louissana, with his cavalry, (composed of n Louisiana regi ment his .old regiment.- und Col. . . ' Notice to Subscribers. I a!a-oul,cl,tur,utf antl burning their ' TThsh you find Xj beforo your nam on 1 wae?9;. ". taking about CO or 70 ;; your paper,, please renew ' your tubscription, tn prisoners, from this point wo '-.' u it u a notice that the time for which it marched on to Big Hill, uttac ed and " hai been paid will oipire in a few dayi t routed Metcalfs cavalry and about 500 : A very limited apace in the Daily Bul letin' 'will be allowed for advertisement. . Terms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; 60cU for each subsequent insertion. ; Articles of much length, intended for publi- infantry and drove tho...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 2 December 1862

we only tamed long out, but Uy unexpected; 'reverses were J fp TT TJlV Tk T T U D TT f TP T1 1 M detained unui i was ic-o ,iaif xut, un JJ, D JJ II I U A U U U UII 1 1 ll migw oo usu oa, - wny . were wese con -"V -'V tins :!i (o in.i -.iiruriite tlio I rovisiunul ' ' v i-.-i-or ut lien lucky, .Mr. JIawes, v.'iion wo were ordered to Versa ilea and itu'iu o to Salvisa, south of the' Ken t.icii-y river one day moro for rest riinl mm elied back to Versailes. Iloro it was announced tliat tlio enemy hud penetrated as far as Lawreneebnrg, twe!ity-ei'lit miles below Frankfort, and (ten. Smith's army was ordered to march d-jwn and join Gen. Withers' Di vision, fcr the ptirp )8 of bringing on a tight. (Jen. iloatli's Division, with all our artillery, wont to Lawrenceburg .lirei't. McNuir's an 1 McCruy's Brig ades, under Gonv Churchill, marched through a wild and rocky ountry, aioisg tho bed of a dry creek, with horo and there a Hind- mountain path-to guido tlio -toldiers; without wagons, ur l...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 4 December 1862

I f I ft WINCHESTER; TENN., DECEMBER 4, 18(52. NO. 52 J Ifllti 41 nil i i W i I 1 - ; ' -v- 'VOL. 1. AV. J. Jl ..." SLATTR, 'Proprietor.'' lawn-whore tbo fence was low, put spurs to bis horse, and bidding his cap- tured officer good day, was soon out of i Term : -. !f " ! The telegraph is again anticipating osra am&&A& snj assszr:ra the pre8ence of Qon. Joe Johogon a3 the Notice to Subscribers. ' commander of the Army ot the West; you find beforo your name on He is said to be at this time en route hea been paid will expire in a few days. as two heads are better than one in per I m- A very imiieiTintbeDaily Bui- plexing matters, I am glad that Gen. lejin will be allowed for advertisements. Bragg is to have the CO-operation of so Terms, $1 for each square, 1st insertion ; 60cts ' . T , . . T . each subsequent insertion. , famous a General as Johnson. I do I Articles of much length, intended for publi-! not regard it, howorer, by aay means 'nation, must be handed in ia the ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 4 December 1862

HE DAILY BULLETIHitofne W. T, HELMS, Editor. While he was a slavo he was not worth was vory useful. Ho was, as u slave, respected by us. We found no inconvenience from hit presence as an element of the community. There was Preo Negroes, or Not? Poor Cuflec, what is to become of tlioo , when wen Massachusetts slams thu il or in thy fuci)? .V'ltf York World. The newspaper of the United State." which, come to us across the line, indi i -a to that the abolition government at Washington, are having a perplexing t. ; i . 1 o over the question of the di.posi timi of tho thousands of negroes that their hirelings have stolen from tho cit izens of Virginia, Tennessee, and other Slates of the Confederacy. Very recently, as their papers tell us, the abolition government appealed to the abolition governor of Massaclm setts, for domicil for live hundred ne gro families. Bat the governor is re ported to havo declined the proffered accession to tho blac c population of that State. Ho " would none o...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 5 December 1862

WmmS ' 'Kj i VOL.1. WINCHESTER, T.EtfN., DECEMBER 5, 18G:. fiJJH I i $ t l O glUKJUl W. J. SLATTfcR, Proprietor, who will buy. It is lor them at thoirl No di.-qialches last night the wire i'iciimovd, Nov. :;d. l iron yen lo risu to taue llicm away ami put them togi thcr. in doing this wo follow very high examplo, ami are coered by very high authority. Notice to Subscribers. . i "Whkn you lind before your nnme on your paper, please reew your subscription, I it 9 It is a iiuik'u 111111 me umu lur wnimi n has been paid will expire in a few ilavs. XB&a. A very limited space in tlio Daily Bul letin will bu allowed for advertisement. Terms, 1 for each squaro, 1st insertion ; GOct.s for eacli subsequent insertion. Articles of much length, intended for publi cation, must b handed in in th foreuoon to insure publication next dav. Obituaries, Tributes of Respect, and Funeral Invitations charged as advertisements, but mar riages and deaths published as nuws Advertisements of charitubla ins...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily bulletin. — 5 December 1862

iriu mil Jjl m 1 M ! enlightened system of nationalized "The Stem LOglC 01 Events T. H"L!I3, Ed Dr. slave laws would nureljr one! flavor to jgunrantco to tho child of tho remanded A Prophecy." Wo republish from tho Bangor (Xle.) i'1v.--n Mn-vvina -v T7,i-f-'? -Til 2. ! . ,, :ind the enhanced value ot tho slavo ..i v.'stn! iv o .J-l! ii.m.ii tim su.)- , , , ,, ..'would surely well repav tho expense e Mtgged tl.-it Cm 'vna ougnt J , , i ,. ,. t ( f a few months schooling of them by : .1 :..ke control of tuo question, but, .... J i ii it , t in11m ! tho owner ot this class ol negro prop it iii.t be asked, why have the Lonfed- j o i t erjje government to remand tho ''free j cn$' ,;, ." into slavery ? Why not leave Ik'"r tn mnd tliat wc :ulvalicp the ,i to the several Slates? IJeeauso tho j Fr''ns as guide posts to tho new ..k uiio o.mht to be national. L'ach j !incl ""'d system of slavery to ute ,lnu.id .share alike in its financial j bo au-iirated m remanding the two U-netit. The Confe...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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