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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 16 October 1858

y if-'V i i. J I i H J : . i s. s? i1 1 : t : i f i. ft, 'l A I i si!::,;'? ! v 1 i ' WHIM "ii'MJ i' i 1 i I i s 3 ' ...... ?defttj. f- ' Oawsrd and Upward, BT OBRALD XASSXT. - . . Tell ma the song of the beautiful l tan. As grandly they glide on their bias wb aba . ..He. . Looking in spite of oar tpirit't tin gears, Down on ae tenderly, yearning to lov us ; Tbie ii the eong in their work-worship eung. Down through the world-jeweled universe rune: "Onward forever, foveverinore onward," And ever they open their loving eef sunward. " Onward I" shout earth, with her myriad roiee Of music, aye, answering the song ef the MTen; Aslikea wing'd child of God's love the rejoices, - Swinging hereensor of glorr io heaven And lo f it is writ b the finger of God. In sunbeam and flowere oa the living green Sod : Onward forever, forevermore onward," And ever eh tarneta all trustfully sunward. The mightiest sonls of all time hover o'er nt, Wae labored like Gods tawing men, and have one. ' lake great...

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. — 23 October 1858

J J .r I'rl v.ili.ii.i; ". 3.: 1 J I - .1. - . ., - if..; . r IS i A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Snbjecti. Xrrmi:--Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. . "TEETH CRUSHED TO EASTH SHALL EISE AGAES." NUMBER 13. VOLUME 4. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, OCTOBER 23, 1858. Jo ; ; : ; -.. -. .).- . . , ' . ' ' ' T ' ' - i " f The Last fol S. W. P." ha translated for the Providenee Journal the followins; little joera by Anaatisias imusiu follow! Cnin.-ana erdol Ihr 1 oelen "When will rc.oh yo Poets, Be tired of the refrain? - When will iebaveout-sun it. The old, eternal attain t" "ffu not. lone since, exhansted The overflowing sup ? Are not the flower all (fathered ? It not east) fount drank up T" A loot; at the aan'f ohariot In his azure track et burnt. And tobiin in bis splendor. Ono human faoe ret turns; Ai Ion aa the storm of heaven And thunder-clouds ariae. And, foarful at thou fnry. One heart yet trembling lies ; As long aa, after the tempest. One rainbow It glory snows...

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. — 23 October 1858

He Setyld of f ftedoft). CEO. W. BROWHi Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. BATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 23, 1858. TEBXS.SS.ee PEK ASH CM. IX ABVAJICE lew aall th P Paa ! Haaf tHHIi Vaaw'SkraartT.aaeaaartaaS areata, " Pl4c tat ta Tratfc, ta Ukarty mm Law. Va hmmri aa. aa aa f (hall aw. JJiatiBgviahad. "Some persons are born to greatness, others," says somebody, "hare greatness thruit upon them." The latter is our condition. Without any pretensions to fame, or any claims as such, nevertheless, wherever we go we are made conscious, by the actions of others, that we are a dis tinguished individual To illustrate: If at home, laboring with indefatigable energy for our patrons, whose humble servant we are, our Lawrence co temporary gives us a weekly notice, ranging through from one to eight columns, in which we are made to figure at the head and in front of every movement which that journal opposes. By and by success crowns the effort of those who do not endorse the Republican; then, as a conse quence, w...

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. — 23 October 1858

'J n u. .a- jfjc gehjld of ff-eedoty. LAWRENCE, K. T. Saturday Morning-, Oct. 23, 1858. Liberty of ths Frees. If by tba liberty of the press we understand ftti tb liberty of discussing the propriety of blie messures and political opinions, let ui ! ss much of it as you please ; but if U nuatu tUU!y of affronting, calumniating and deam. M m4anotKtr, I, for my part, own myself will- i to pf t wi,a my 'bar of it whenever our l.lstors .ball Ploa"e 10 Iter ln" law i v.n cheerfully consent to exchange my liberty f .busing others for the privilege of not being suddenly from Leavenworth, the other public to the advertisement of the Kan- day, before we had time to paw around gas Daily and Weekly Ledger, edited and among the business men of that city, published by Gen. G. W. McLam, in Several of them, however, placed in our Leavenworth. The Ledger is an indepen hands their cards, which we insert in their dent newspaper, sympathising and acting proper places. with the Free State party, and sta...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 23 October 1858

1 1 .V i Children. IT LOKorgLLOW. Come to me, O re children! For I hear you at your play. And ths questions that perplexed me Have vanished quit away. T open the eastern window!. That look toward tha sun. Where thought are singing iwallow And the brook of morniiif run. . Ia jour heart are the bird and tha sun shine. In your thoughts the brooklet flow. Bat in mine i the wind of Autumn, And the first fall of the dow. Ah I what would the world be to of If the children were no more T Wo (hoald dread the desert behind us Worse than the dark before. What the leave are to the forest. With ligbtend air forfood, - j ) t-r meir iweyi na tenaer juices nT seen oaraenea into Through them it feel the flow Of a brighter and aunnier climate That reaches the trunks below. . Come to me I 0 ye children ! And whisper in my ear What the birds and the wind are sin(in( In your sunny atmosphere. For whet are all our contriving. And the wisdom of our books. When compared with your caresses. And the (ladness...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 30 October 1858

'Ii .1 Vi: " t'J . iJ 5 ' ' ' i ' i i ; t f . ' i i ) ' ' ' r i i 1 mii ! ' . i ' " 11 Sf ; ' ' Ternis:--Two Dollars Per Aunum-In Adraace. .7 . ' ',,. v .:' r "; TRUTH CEU5HED TO lifiTH SHALL EISS AGH5." -' - ' ' ' 'V ' :.v;" . ;' : ; ,: A Family NewspaperIndependent oa All Sabjett BY G. W. BROWN & CO. , ': ; ' : r V liAWREKCE, KANSAS, OCTOBER 30; 1858--; tyf.V . NUMBER 14.VOLUME 4. Xrcm Hitrpm-'t WttMy, Unoe. sr h. if . k'cabtt, or UXTPCKT. Vain is the world and all iu eares, . Its tramport. sorrows, smiles and tear. Like bobble on the ttnraVring ilrttm, Duieisg beneath the moon's pale beam. They rise a moment on tb heart. Trouble or please and then depart. ' The warrior' deed en battle-field, Hi eonqaetU won by sword and shield. Will only earn a transient name A trifling bauble men oall VAMS- Whteh will not, in declining years. Yield peaee or pleaanre to nis breast. for oh, now two that blood and tear . Eire ever stsiaed the victor W I - The boutod charms of beauty, too The ro...

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. — 30 October 1858

Z ;;f; i m 5 ! 3 f GEO. nr. BHOWN, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. r'il Wei BATTJRDAY MOSma, OCT. 30; 1858. TCBMSSS.ee PER AXSCaT. DT ADVAWCX Kara .kail ta Prw ta PmW. rlatta ltl. rW4 7 aai-tr. ui akrthoa' ay rsla. Plaaaaa aa t Tnlk, Ukr Ml law. No favor war aa, aa a raar hall aw. Ta Oooraation A Bum Conatttetan. One of the expressed objects for which the Convention is to be held on the 10th of November, is said, by the eommittee calling it, to be "To consider the question of the speedy admission of Kansas into the Union as a Free State." Now what can a delegate convention of the Free State party accomplish by con sidering that question It is represented that it is set down in the programme, to pass a- series of resolutions re-affirming the Leavenworth Constitution. If such w the programme, there cannot be a doubt bet it will be carried out to the letter. Is anybody so foolish as to suppose that the re-endorsement of that Constitu tion by a partisan convention, will have any influence on ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 30 October 1858

X rasa LAWBENCE.K.T. gjturday Moralag, Oct. 80. 1858. LiberiT of tin Press. ,k. liberty of tne press we anoersiana 1, lit Hbertr of discussing the propriety of Serc . mmA nAlitteal nnlniona. let u '"lis much of it as I on please; but aaeoas ullbtrly of affronting, calumniating and deam wO'. I. for my pert, own myself wttl- a out with my of it whenrrer our ".Uiort hU P "Iter tt S " hjJUhoerfnJljr consent to exchang s my liberty 'rThuinr others for the privilege of not being ibai Adjourned afeeung of Bnstnsse Kl The citizens of this city again assem- i ! at the Baptist Hall, on Friday even- the 32d inst, to hear the report of " ... 1j rarious wmmiiiees, ana uxe i tinner rtioa In the matters suggested at the last meetirig. There appeared to be a larger cumber present, and the same enthasiasm .reriled as at the first meeting The reports of the Committees were fist called for. Mr. Grover, on the Eloemington road, reported the cost of putting the road in rood condition, on both sides of t...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 30 October 1858

VI. C. L i Tie T HI. U L. PDflXO. Whan balmy Sorinr. ith lightsome (Up, ' Bestrewing bowers upon ker war With Nature's bonnteon hand. " J And bringing with her life and hop, - To eharm.tbe heart and ere; i . Oh ! in tbii balmjr spring-time l'araili'eivalddia. s ; -. When Summer, with bereool rt treats, , . Is robe of green U dressed. Aw earth, with all iu loveliness. Hath dou'd ber flowery vest, . "hen through tha leafy greenwood. The gentle sopbyrs sigh, 0 ! in the pleasant lamnu lima, I'm sure I ae'sr could di. . Whon eutumo leaves ar falling O'er tha dot war-worn path. , And through the fields of ripened grain , Is heard the reaper's laugh. . , When through the valleys wan and aara. The leasee all aeattered lie; . 0! in tho golden autumn. I'm sure I would not die. - When Winter with itg boistrous breatb, In white bedecks the earth. And every village school-boy's heart . la filled with joy and mirth, . Vt hea 'roaod the little eottag porch The falling now flake lie, ITi think thai...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 6 November 1858

terms:--Two Dollars Per Annum In Adrance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN." A Family Newspaper Independent on All Subject. - ,. . i t BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 6. 1858. NUMBER 15.-VOLUME 4. Stand for the Bight. BIBICiTSD TO THE glUTO OF THS BZBALD Of FREEDOM. Hpeak it boldlv. Troth is fearless And mnat conquer all iU foe. Though crashed to-day, again 'twill peerless Hue to (its dealh-dealing blows. gp-ak it forth in tonM of (bander. What thjr eotMeienee bid the Mil, -Break Oppression's ehains assander. With thy free-toned cUrioa knell. Ppctk it oat, tbr heart's emotioo, ' ' yi hat thou thinkest right or wrong. Freedom loves tha soul's deration To her truthful, living song. . What if tooU of faction rattle Hound thr head their dastard blow. Give to error valiant battle. Thou wilt triumph o'er thy foes. Stand Ihou firm, a manly martyr la the cause of human right. While the thousands meanly barter V irtuc'i crown to give thee fight. Storms which send ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 6 November 1858

CEO. W. BBOViTi Edlter. LAWRENCE KANSAS. 8ATDEDAY MOEXKS, NOT.. 6, 1358. TEB.e.ee.ee pea ahhcm. m abvajice Here ahatl tk Pranathc PmI'iH(Uu1iUIi VTaawM fcf aarty, aa nMM ay gala. Pleacea oat ta Tmtk, ta Libert? aa Law, Ha Favar awara aaS aa Faar aaaU aw a. well our own part," and have only songht for honor through an tpproving conscience, where we knew our highest reward waa to he found. . .. To tha Patrons of tha Harald of Ftaadem. It is hut just that we should say to the friends of the Herald of Freedom, wher ever located, that we are pressed at this time for money to an extent never before experienced during the whole period we have been connected with business life. And this pressure is to defray the every day expenses of the office, not to pay debts, nor for stock; for we have arrange ments for paper to carry ns through the winter, which we expect to receive soon. We have managed in the past to pay bar workmen each Saturday night nntil the last two or three weeks, but this we c...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 6 November 1858

LAWRENCE. K. T. Satarday Morning, Ny. , 1858. The Wicked resaaasters. AosBi City, Breckenridge Co., K. T., October 27, 1858. JBB. BBOWTg 1KAS. DDI t I feel SO I d d mmd that I don't knew whether to write to yon, or come down mvself and whip somebody ; bat as you are always at uomt a tie name to in tieraUL ana everytniag la general, and tbe Boy in I nartimlar TMl writ anil uu if m .llm the liberty of the prww BDdmUnd k Tk. f. th. iibenv oi. V"!Tr " just tbu : I hare not received a num. pablrt ea.u jreeniuch iija T f.. mv n.rt own mvwtf will. Wrrt with'mr share of it whenever our our mil detained in this manner? '"in shall plow to alter the law; and The mail carrier comes from Topeka en JHces '-"Gqurei)... Woman's Eights!! Iibtrtr of FrM. Luis -. VL Twl'l!! berof your paper since the last week in September. In the name of the Post- iMV!TZ?ZZ,mMMtr General, are we alwavs to suffer route to Council Grove, and reran once ,, .i..rfti!lv consent to exchance mv liberty ' uicz otheit for tbe...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 6 November 1858

. - W'v All Out Angel Slit." D"pair not of the better part That lie in human kind i ' A gleam of lirht t:ll flickereth In e'en the darkest mind; , The savage with hii club of war, i h-Mtgn so mili and (rood, Ar? hi.kod with finn. eternal bonds Of ejmmifi brotherhood. l p ur not! Oh ! despair not then. For, through this world so wide. No nature i no deuv.n-like. But liiKre'a an nugji tide. The hnge, rough rtonc from ont the mine. Unsightly oi d unfair. Have veins of puret meta! hid beneath thr surface there; Few ricks ro bre but to their heights S.vn t:ny nvMs-plant clings, A;:i r-.und :r pt ak ?o desolate Tt sa bird it and sir. B.'tir.e nw. lhat rugge-loul l'e-rj:iili ll(-irrudene.liide jIik.'j thai i hiauiiful and good We're ail our angel aide, 1 1 fcT, i an iniif-r depth A for (if. keoet way, t I. .re. ttTouti dim windows of the soul, ,1 ,id a smiling my; !fi e. ry bu;nit:i hi-rl there is A faithful tr.unding ehord, Tlial mat be 'truck, unknown to Of, By some sweet, loriug word. T...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 13 November 1858

Terms: Two Dollars Per Annum In Adrance. "TRUTH CEDSHKD TO KJBTH SHALL EI8I AGAC.. A Family Newspaper Independent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAft NOVEMBER. 13. 1858. . NUMBER 16.-VOLUIHE 4. -poefHj. The Slavs of Ambition. iTiiiNincr; '' Tli' lofty peaks that eleava the skr. Tbe ear M ooia may wins; to ; But reptiles mean ean crawl as hifn, Wbn ther bar aught to clinc to. Ho 'tis with man, the towering mind. Plumed with wisdom' preeiooa lore. Will leave the vulgar crowd behind, . And proudly heaven-ward toar. Ambition'! ereatare ereepinc rite, Up to power may (lowly oliiab. Intent upon a ruldsn prite Placed on rlori's eight rablime. Pesif ninf knave and hireling tool, Conqueit base may oft achieve, And spider-like eateh brainiest foot. Ia the filmy net they woev. 0, Hi are of aarrow, party creed. Who your hope in error ground. Ye, shout for freedom while ihe bleed. From your own assassin wound. Ye. blindly, men, for measure take, oelf for lore of country s...

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. — 13 November 1858

LWmnNiVir!KUtti WWJrtHIM. A . O.-U eft-re WXtt-VV - 'mfZ rrrri 1 I! 'J Ife Setytf of Ireedoft). GEO. W. BBOW5 EeUtor. LAWRENCE. KA.NSA8. SATURDAY MORMXG, NOT. 13, 1858. TERM . PER ASKCM. IX ADVAHCE Hera ahal! tka PrmtW PtnMrlfkbulMdi Uaaw'akj party, aaSaakrikcSkTA-ala. rMH katt Trath. ta Ukartj Law. a raawayaoa,aaaraarakallewa. A Grand Fiszla ! The Central Committed of tie Fre State party of Kansas, which has the in terests of that party in its keeping, were called together some two month ago, at the instance of its chairman, to deliberate upon a line of policy to he pursued by the party. After long and earnest delib eration, they decided that the matters be- Tha Wit TIwt Do It " We publish elsewhere the proceedings We publish in another place, this week, of a Mass Convention, held in Brecken- letter from Mr. Smedlet, who was the ridge county, to appoint delegates to at- principal in getting up the Missouri and tend the Convention of last "Wednesday, Cherokee company last spring to ...

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. — 13 November 1858

I I e gehlli of jHtloty. LAWRENCE. K. T. Sjtardaf Morning Sot. IS, 1858. rjbcrtr of ft Press. Kit tbs Ubrtr of the press we understand -lr the liberty of discussing the propriety of measures nd political opinion, let ni u much of it as ron please; but if a m "'ia" aa"""'' caimmmdaUmg ami dtfamt vuthtr, I, for my part, own myself will 'u psrt tn nur ,h4re ' whenever our nam ball Please to alter the law; and eheerfuJlT consent to exchange mi liberty Stxt Monday is tie day designated for , setting of those who sustained losses the disturbances in Kansas during the of 1855, and the spring and summer J 1356. It should be obserred that all .srtia who sustained losses during those trentfal reriods, are invited to participate a the deliberations of the meeting. The BoTemsnt must not be a one-sided affair. Is the States provision is almost invari. ,t;j made that the county 'shall pay all tfce dsnsges which shall result from mobs ritbia such county; the idea being prom sent that the officers ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 13 November 1858

Trat U God and Fmmn" BT OLIVES OAJCWOOD. Brother, U life'i morning clouded. Hu the snalieht mum to shine; ' Is the earth in darkness shrouded. Woald'st thnn at thy lot reoinef Cheer up, brother, let thjr vision Look above, tee I Light it near. Soon will eome the next transition. "Trust in God aad persevere I" Brother, has life'i hopes needed. Hast thoa sought its joys in vain? Friends prorcd false when mostly needed? Foes rejoining at thy pain T Cheer np, brother, there's a blessing Waiting for thee never frar; Foes forgiving, sins confessing, "Trust in God and perserere V Brother, til thing round are calling With anited voice, "be strong!" Tbnagh the wrongs of earth be galling. They rnuat lose their strength era long. Yea, my brother, tho' life's troubles Drive thee near to dark despair. Boon 'twill vanish like a bobble, "Treat in God and perserere ! He, from His high throne in heaven Watches every step yon take. Be will see each fetter riven. Which your foes in anger make ; Cheer ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 20 November 1858

." ifcX? . .-r.-..-.r, : si! .; -w.?.i:Vr J., tsm.; i;: . :' .; --Tf. j'.. ,.". ,c. V V:.:. i - J. J - f?t 11.11 .1 II-.. IX A , 1 I It. Ik . , id V .tl I Terms:"Tiro Dollars Per Annnsln Adranrr ' - ' '' r r ; . , 9 cr Annn -a m Aflvance. , . . ( ; . . ( , ... , , , TEH CRUSHED TO EAETH SHALL ESS AGAIN." .. . .. .' ' . ' J ," T BY G. W. BROWN & Gaibeilnt Pearl. BT kkiha. " " g ilher tHI.." Xm Sang. I wlked along time"" pbhly ahora, flaininc imout tlihiuin naad; Cfnettb in fwt the waters nr. Castina: up pearls upon the atrand. I linger thrre from morn toere. From -ve t.i morn I walk the shore; O.ie single pearl 1 nerer leave. And every night I eount them o'er. I lore the war. Time's waters wsge Upon (he shores of Human Life; 1 watch for pearl i". the eenneless rage Beating its sands in restless strife. ?Par h ewaet from erm-wATi. 4 ihitiiut like pesrl-drovi la the light; . ' At sultry noon xay brow 1 tare, - ' And bathe ms temple there each night. Gathering pearls, some one than ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 20 November 1858

Xl)s JfeiS of IlrecJohj. CEO. W. BROW1T, Editar. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING, HOT. !0, 1858. TKRX SS.00 PER AHHCM.Ilf AWAKCE r kU Che Prcaatk PMrUVricfctamalaUla Caaw'S bj aartr, ea aafcrllwS y '. Ple4t4 Tnrtswt liberty a4U. . K Fr aware Faar shall aw. Te Snfeacrifcer. fX) Whin the tBrm for which snbeeribers re eeivinc tbeir papere by mail or at tha Poet-offiee is out or nearly in, we eonrey tha intellif enee by oroM at the end of their name, like the ene fit the commencement of thii notice. Thif will tire all a fair opportunity to know when their time i up, and serve a an inTitation to renew their ubcriptionf. TO Extra copiee of the Btrald of WntSam, done up in wrappers for mailing, if desired, can be had at the Office. Friee. Fire Cente eaeh. An Unwise Policy. It will be recollected tbat when the Kansa-sNebrasska bill became a law, and the Missouri compromise was repealed, the N. T. Tribune raised a perfect howl over Kansas, telling bow the Democracy had sold that virgin Te...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 20 November 1858

Jfje Seirtfo of freedota. LAWRENCE, K. T. SaturdJ MoralD. ST. 20, 1858. Liberty of the Frees. K by ths litxrtj of th pr" w -naerstand rslr the libartjr of discussing the propriety of " bli measure! and polities opinions, let us V.r, si much of it as Jou please ; but maoee Hjariy o rf routing, calumniating and dtfam Me4anoltr, I. for my part, owi nurself will in to Prt ith m 'k of lt whenever ur ijpiUtori hU please to alter the law ; and ibsll cheerfully consent to exchange mr liberty (f iboiiof others for the priTilef e of not being ,boed myself. franklin. Piracy. The Shawnee Cvtrotj Convention, com posed only of delegates from Topeka and Brownville, called to select delegates to represent that county in the great Free Sute Convention held in Lawrence on the 10th inst, had under consideration, for i long time, a resolution offered by Mr, Atwood, one of the delegates, declaring that that Convention was " the Eepubli can Convention of Shawnee county." It it to be regretted that those ...

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