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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 12 December 1845

AVERY B JLJDj 10 'ED WITH lA72IIt)lli'X3.( VOL. 1. SALEM Q.t FRIDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1845, NO, 21. ANTI-SL ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE Published every Friday at Salem, Coi.lmimana Co., O. J A M ES HARNABV, Jr.. C,;imil ,1 ;cnt BENJAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH HITCHCOCK, Editors (gj-.ill remittanci s to be made, and all Utters relating to the pecuniary affairs of the paper, to be addressed (post paid) to the General risen. V'lmmunica'inM intended for iiiscr tivn to be addressed to the Editor. frT-Terms: SI. 50 per annum, nr S.OO if not naiil within six mouths of the time of subscribing. AnvEitTisKMKNTS making less than a square Inserted throe times tor 75 cents: one. square $1, I'uhmsiii-vq Commit rut:: ri'in'l Brooke (Jeorgc Garretson, J lines U irn il.y, Jr iJ tvia L. G ilhrenil), L t II !nu:s. 3. it. jpatmiss ysx'jss. From the Liberator. LETTER FROM FREDERICK DOUGLASS. CORK, Oct. 28, 1845. Pear Friend: I am h-.-re, well and hearty, and I trust doinrr somcthimr for the promotion of ourholy caus...

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. — 12 December 1845

Junius of ttio Mexican government wore; whether it was their intention to declare mr, or invade Texas, ot whether they wero dis posed to adjust find nettle, in an amicable manner, the pending differences between the two countries. On the ninth of November an official answer was received, that the Meti can governm :nt consentrd to renew the dinlo matin relations which had heen suspended in March last, and for that pnrposo were wil ling to accredit a minister from the Unitod States. With a, sincere desire to preserve peace, and restore relations of good under standing between the two republics, I waiv ed all coremony as to the manner of renew ing diplomatic intercourse between them; and, sumicr; the inilntivc, on the tenth of Nov. distinguished citizen of Louisiana was ap pointed Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Mexico, clothed with full powers to adjust, and definitively settle, all pending differences between the two coun tries, including those of boundary betwoen...

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. — 12 December 1845

'J ha American people aro doubtless gener ally aware, that from the extortinate manner by which lunds nra li eld in this country, (by the lew,) and whence follow the cxhorbitant and most accursed Bent Syxtcm, tho peasan try of Ireland are reduced to a mere pittance, bordering on absolute bogirary and starvation. For generations past, thnir food has consist ad principally of potatoes, bring obliged to sell off their wheat, cattle, sheep, hogs, poul try, cgirs, butter, cheese, milk, fruit, bay and vegetables, to pay unrighteous taxes and ti thes. Judge, llien, how deplorablo and pi tiable must be the condition this year, under tho horrible prospect of a failure in the Pota to crop. Accompanying this, I enrloso a Dublin newspaper to you, containing a letter upon this subject from X. McEnay, Catho lic Kector of Krl Is. I believe his manly & Christian appeals will not be lost to tho A merican ear, as thoy will most assuredly a waken deep sympathy and determined action anions? tho hum...

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. — 12 December 1845

POETRY. For the Bugle. For the Bugle. THE MAN HUNTER. BY T. WICKERSHAM. Is there a being on tho earth moro foul More worthy of extreme contempt and scorn, Of moral sense and virtue more forlorn, Than men who will like hungry blood hounds, prowl Upon the trail of flying fugitives, When e'er a southerner the watchword gives? Worn down with travel, watchfulness, and fear, Avoiding day, and wandering by night, Shall h, the slave, when freedom's land is near. Be intercepted in his trembling flight Bv Xorihern men who boast that they are free And speak great words for Right and Lib ertyl Shame th.it men rruiltv of this deed are found! Shame that their feet pollute our Xorihern ground. From the "Texan Chain-Breaker." OUR SONG. Who says, the millions of tho free Will humbly aid the plan Which makes our nation's trade to be The merchandise of man? For shame! fling down that coward word, Thou child of Bunker Hill, And with the free old spirit gird Tho poor dejected will. Up! by thy fathers as...

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. — 19 December 1845

nn ES3 "101727203 2CT S2i-VysrCX2Jt3. VOL. 1. SALEM 0.,r It UUY. DECEMBER 10, 18-13, N'). AN . V JM.'.-a-;-. V JU JL 11 ' 'iL . ' JJ U Vil JIJ SLUG ANTI-SLAVKIIY BUGLE. Published every Friday at Salem, Columbia Cu., O. JAMES HA UNA BY, j7, Gm-ml Arn BENJAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH HITCHCOCK, Editors 0.111 remittances to be matte, and nil letters relating to the pecuniary qjfafrt f Ike paper, to be addressed (post paid) In the General Jlgtnf. Communictitttmi intended for inser tion to be addressed to the Editors. C-Tehms: $1,50 prr annum, or SC.OO if not paid within six month of the time of subscribing. Advertisements miking less than a square inserted three times fur73 cents: one qtiare $1. PcBLtsniNO Committkk: S hh'i Bronko George Oarrol son, James IJ irrrihy, Jr David L. Galbronth, Lot Holmes. 2. H. JPA23'JHS KTS'Il. From the Liberator. RHODE-ISLAND A SLAVE MART. Start you, reader, nt tl is announcement? Well you may; but read the following ex tract, and see its truth confirmed. ...

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. — 19 December 1845

and all the physical tWoof the nation are ar rived In it defence. W h it is the hope of its overthrow! Il Ues in the everlasting change, which i ' th only constinl thing in nature. Tno body politic, like tho body P1;?3,""l'l! i a continual state of flux and effln. lu part.de. km continually hiiung. Birth and death arc orci going on. The human mind is ever at work; nr constantly modify rngiw opfniun.. Old tiling are V HUhin.r. arc becoming new. Eich elo per (I .ns itt aemdnted work. Theopprc.sorex ;iti Ms horn mamphan.ly to-day, hut to-mor-toW where is hoi In twenty years when Nvill be the arr,iy of mighty men. m t-hurcn ad Stato, in the Senate, and on the IVmch, who now constitute the bodyguard ol Slave ry!. Whero will he tho pro-slavery muses that sustain them by their virions public sen-tiim-nt! They will have passed away, and their places will ho Ailed by others. 1 hose ll.n mV t nil HUM. he worse than tlu.se Ural . i.r.JL, ;,m. hut it i4 tho business o! Ahnlitionists to see to i...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 19 December 1845

maslc that fills the listening spirit like half forgotten dream, or comes to it like a once familiar, but now scarcely remembered tune. We would have men cherish ail associa tions which tend to call back the Mo inory of their spirit' homo the prcsenco of their Father God and make them again as little children, fit for the kingdom of heaven. If uch associations are connected in your minds with the Christmas festival, if remembrances of the True and Beautiful cluster .around it, then say we, Biasings be upon your Chris! tnas! It matters not whether Mary give birth to Jesus upon that or some other iby nuthori ies differ in relation to this point but if the jay calls morn vividly to your mind the great principles of the brotherhood of man, if be cause of its presence you feel more desirous to join with the angelic choir in singing its glorious song, then say wc, Westings be up on your Christmas! If it speaks to you of One who sacrificed his life) that men might learn t know and to enjoy...

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. — 19 December 1845

POETRY. GIVE US OUR DAILY BREAD. The following lines descriptive of fact, wen; lit to tho children of trio Sunday School at t. Thomas' Church in this city, by Dr. lUwkus, tlio Hector. .V. ". Mirror. I knew widow, very poer. Who four small childten had; Tlis oldest was but six years old A gentle, modest tad. And rory hard this widow toiVd To feud her children four; An honest pride tlio worn in Ml, Though siio was very po.r. To labor she would leave her hom For children must be fed; And glad was sha whan she could buy A shilling's worth of broal. And th't9 w,i9 all the childrun bad ' On any day to eat; They drank ih'?ir water, ate their bread, But never Usted meat. One day when snow was falling fast, And piercing w is the air, thought tlr.it i wnuld go and sro How these poor children were. Ere long, I reached their cheerless home; 'Twas searched by every breeze: When going in, tho eldest child 1 Saw upon his knees. paused and listened to the boy He never raised his head; But still wen...

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. — 26 December 1845

ANT AVERY 11 1 T H I In j s '-j f -J- J 13 U uf Jj Jlio S; -Li VOL. I. SALEM 0.,IKI1AY. UKCKMKr.Il 'J(!, isi;., A N T I-S L A V E 11 Y H U G L E. rublisheil every Friday at Salem, Columbiana Co., O. JAMES 15AR.A!iV..Ii'., G.-ncral A-'cn PENJAMIN S. JONES. j. elizauei'ii iiirciicoc Iv, Editors (fc5.7 remittance to be. made, and all It 'ten relating In the pecuniary affnirt if th-papr,: to be adJrciied (post paid) to the (ienerul Jgfsir. CummuniciUnn intended for inser tiontobcaJJrrt.ud to the Editors. (I3r TisrtMs: ?l,00 per annum, or !C.OO if not paid within six months of the tine of subscribing. Advertisements making loss than a square inserted three times lor 73 cents: onn square C-l. 1'fni.KiiiM) ConurrritK: S -in'i Hi" "bo (ieergo (i.irrn'-iim. I nu" II m il v, Jr Divij I.. G ilbreM'i, I. -i il dines'. CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN THE GOVERNORS OF OHIO AND VIRGINIA. Gov. Bartley to Gov. McDowell. EXECUTIVE OFFICE, O. Columbus, Oct. 11, 1845. to your ton requisition, presented lo your ...

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. — 26 December 1845

would not scruple to murder our mother fo a meal of victuals or t-j scatter the desecni tflj remains of a dead sister, or father, or wife, lo manure; otir cucumber vines! We thank God tlr.it instinct is stronger than reasoning, and conscience more- powerful thin argument. Wo do most sincerely be lieve, and we deliberately weigh what we nay, tint nil the books and papers which have been written to prove slavery a divine institution, have never convinced a single man or woman that it was right--mt not o;i! We have not read the argument above referr ed to life is too short for a man t.i read a discourse to prove that a man may not mur der his father, or sell hi J country for gold, or enslave his fellow man! If then wo will not and cannot read the argument of our able friend, 'A Virginian,' in defence of the right, what shall we say of tho God defyinj defen ler of the wrong? Wo promised to eive tha 'Alabama Preacher' and hi class a round, when wo got coo!: wo now postpone it forever: fo...

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. — 26 December 1845

THE LAND QUESTION. The Editor of "The FrienJ of Man," ii not satisfied with our answer to hie query in relation to the distribution of Public. Lands, and thinks that wo might have replied in an article but little long) than the one in which we gave our reason! for declining so to do. It is true we might have said yes or no, or ye and no, as wo told him the editors differ ed with each other on this subject. Many questions might be asked, to which we could reply ina single lino, but rather than do so, rath" r than connect, or seem to connect any extrane ou topics with tho Anti-Slavery question, we would prefer giving in an article of twenty lines, our reasons for not replying. We do not feci bound to answer every question pro- jioscd, although the propounJe r may think it intimately conn ccled with the system of slavery if ice do not, that is sufficient rea son why wc should decline discussing it in an Anli Slavery papor. Wch.wo heard 3om contend, and with much phuaibility, that if wo...

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. — 26 December 1845

POETRY. From the Free State Rally. TO MASSACHUSETTS. Wi'nl if no bcioon-bla.es On di.-tint hill-lops Kliinc: From 11 1 1 tliy ow n high places, fiivc Heaven the light of thine! Whit if, mitlirillu.l, untnoving, The St atesman stands ap-.rt, And comes no warm approving I'rom Mammon's crowded mart! Still let the I in I bo shaken. By a summons of thine own; I(y all save Truth f irsiken. Why, stand with that nln ! Shrink not from Btrifn unetpnl. With tlio best is always hope; And ever in the sequel, Clod holds tho ri git side up! But, when with thino uniting, Coino voices long anil loin!, And far off hills are writing Thy fire-words on the cloud; When from Penobscot's fountain A deep response is heard, And across tho Western mountains RolU back thy rallying word; Shall thy line of battle falter, Whitli its allies just in view? Oh, by hearth and holy altar, My Father-land, bo true! Fling ahro-.id thy scrolls of Freedom, Spaed thein onward far and fast; Over bill and vallci', speed them, ...

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. — 2 January 1846

aNTI -SLAVERY B GLE. VOL. I. SJDUHJCil WETS eUTSSKLMS." SALEM O., FRIDAY. JAMT.M1Y5, ISIS. XO-33, A N TI-SLA VK II Y HUGLK Published every Friday at Salem, Colimbiana On., O. J A M li It.XAUV, Jr.. Q,-,irral Agm!. BEXJAMIX S. JONES. J ELIZABETH 111 ICHCOC'K. Emmas. (&-.1H remittance to be o..'e, and , A ,7va rtlaling to the pecuniary njl'ui'.i ,f tin ,'';, to be addressed (post j;iH) (,-V li'c-xernl Jlgcnt. Onmnmnicati.mi in'm-hdfor hu-:r-tion to be addressed to the Kditwu. 03" Terms: $1,50 per annum, or !-:,)i) if not paid within six months of the tuns of subscribing. ApVERTI.HGMKNTS making less than i inserted throe times forT.i cm square 1. square a: one l'uni.if iii.no Commit i ki::; m ir puke. Gei.rjffl (iarrct.oti,J rat s Ii .,-n , Dm ill L. (J.il'iron tti. L t i! .!m:-.-'. ICj t .AIs .Tilv.i 'L j'Tu'i Jj In looking over an rid file of the Emanci pator, wo chanced to light upon tho f ji U-.-.v-mg well remembered aiticlp of Lewis Tap pan, written six yo.ir3 ago, giving his ...

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. — 2 January 1846

COMMUNICATIONS. CONVENTION OF FRIENDS. It is now generally conceded by abolition ists tbat tho society of Friends occupies a pro-slavery position and that it stands in the way of the redemption of the Slave, and con sequently that it is Anti-Christian. In viow of these facts,many of its members both at the East and West are dissolving their connection with the society, are coining out of the church,while others who are con spicuous in the Anti-Slavery .cause.sce no im propriety in remaining in connection with it and laboring to replace it upon the Anti Slavery ground that it once occupied. I would now suggest the propriety of cal ling a convention during the present winter to comparo views on this important question. E, H. tFashington Township,I)cc. SOA 1815. We hope the above proposition of our friend Enos Ilillis will receive that careful consideration which its importance demands. Eurs. LETTER FROM NEW BRIGHTON. Fbismds Editors: "The notorious," Abby Krllcy has been here. After t...

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. — 2 January 1846

l a '. 9 . ...j . ... - main to if the katen ho withdrawn? Has the Socioty of Friends not contributed, more in proportion to numbers, to the ranks of t lie reform associations than any other, and does it manifest good faith in the power of truth, to doubt its couipoter.cy to convert the mem bers of a society embodying ns good t'e. mcnts for the works of reform as any other! There are leveral poi:its en which I per ceive I have not touched. J. B.'s answers nnd non-answers to roy interrogative require especial notice but I must desist. I regret to find it iinpoFsible to avoid prolixi ty again I regret to have occasion to use the weapon on a friend, and an esteemed one, which the claims of humanity icq lire should be directed against the Btreegarm of tynnny. I hail every instrumentality for the overthrow of slavery with delight, and cannot cn demn the liberty party man, omooulcr, r.:r Whig Abolitionist. It is my duty to on .leaver to convince thn world that mv opinions are correct it i...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 2 January 1846

POETRY. POETRY. For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. SLAVERY. T,n! vender in a Southern clime, ''lis said 'tis freedom's soil, Three millions of llio liumnn race; In loathsome bondage toil: For long, long years they've called in vain, For us to break tlio tyrant's chain. Tho aged and the young arc there, And lisping children too, With hearts that heat, like, yours nnd mine, To homo n ml kimlrcJ true: Yet they are Khves arid doomed to toil. For freedom's sons, on freedom's soil. Whit lingering sighs what bitter groans What dismal sounds of wo, Arise from Slavery's dark domain, Where crimes of every htm Pollute the heart defile the soul, And all man's nobler powers control. Whnt though the frantic mother weep", W ith anguish fierco and wilJ, As from her fond encircling nrms, They tear her darling child: With scoffs and Limits and ribald jeers, They bid her dry her scalding tears. They bid her dry her scalding tears, Hut ah! they bid in vain; Can fetters bind the broken heart, And mike it whole...

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. — 9 January 1846

AN SLAVERY G ESS U VOIi. 1. SALEM O., FRIDAY. JANUARY 9, IS 10. NO V'j, ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Published every Friday at SALEM, Col.l'MRIANA Co., O. JAMES KARNAliV, Jr., General Acnt. SRNJAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH HITCHCOCK, Emmi. remittances to be made, and all tellers relating to the pecuniary njliirs of ih' paper, to be addressed (post paid) ' tht General Agent. Ciiminunieatinns intended for inser tion to be addressed to the Editors. (tr-Terms: $1,50 per annum, or $-2,00 if not pat I within six months of the lime of subscribing. Advertisements making less thsm a sounro inserted three tiinrs l"or73 rents: our equure 1. l'vuLlsiiln C'ovmitti:k: Sin'l UfujUe, CenrccWurrrtsoii, James 15 irn il y, Jr David L. tiiill roalli, Lot lloltnee. SLAVERY'S SHELTER. From the Trumbull County Democrat. Abbv Kelley Married. Ahhy Kelley was married on the 2 1st inst. to S. S. Foster, at the house of Milo Townsend, New Brigh ton. Fa. Well done, Abby ! This is as it should he, and is rather more in ch...

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. — 9 January 1846

COMMUNICATIONS. PRIESTLY ARROGANCE AND RELIGIOUS INCONSISTENCY. BERLIN. December 17th. 1845. Fricndt Editors. When selfish anil de signing men sought to lead a people by the nose, to obtain the cntiro control of a nation's goods, and make chattels of flush and blood, to dictate to them in every circumstance from cases of individual bickering to national warf how potent and fearful to tho ears of the ig norant was the edict "Thus saith tho Lord." Tho priests have made "Thus saith the Lord" tho sanction of somo of the most ab surd, unjust, and damnable practices that ov er disgraced a band of fools or a hordo of rob bers. It sanctions theft under the garb of charity, and justifies the picking of pockets under the garb of tho priesthood. In fact it legalizes all crimes by throwing over them the mantle of faith. In the language of an other; joyfully would I believe that tho mil lions they d:ain from men's pockets, and the hours and the days they abstract from useful industry are spent t...

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. — 9 January 1846

ing tnpte than did those horrible tales which were told of the cannibal rites of the early christians. The "abuse" which abolitionists heap upon the Methodist church, we doubt not is hard to ba borne, and tho moro so, ns the charges nre true. As to the society of Friends, we presume that none of its mem bers will thank Elisha Dates fur stepping for ward in its defence, we should think that he would bo tho last man thoy would select for their fee'd or-unfee'd attorney. We should judgo by tho last paragraph of tho Union' editorial, that the writer fear that the cry of infidel is too nnuly worn out to do much for the church. If it were now, ns formerly, accompanied by tho dungeon and the rack, tortures and figgots, thri religionists of this land would doubtics sjon get up an Jluto Ve Ft fur tho especial benefit of all dis believers in a pro-sl ivejy church. But as the cry of infidel ha9 lost its power over ma ny, he tries the efficacy of that oC traitor, and bids us Icive our Father-la...

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. — 9 January 1846

POETRY. THE SOUTH. BY A. B. MEEK. Oh! cumo to llio South, sweet beautiful ono, Tis the clime uf the heart, tis the shrine of the Bim, Where tli sky ever shines with a passionate glow, And flowers spread their treasures of crimson and snow; Whero the breeze o'er the waters wafts in cense along, And gay birds are glancing in leauty and song; Where summer smiles overoach mountain and plain, And the best gifts of Eden enshadow'd ro muin. Oh! come to the South. The shrine cf the sun, And dwell in its bowers, Sweet beautiful one! Oh! come to the South, and I'll build thee a home, Whew winter shall never intrusively eoine; The queen-like catalpa, the myrtle and pine, The gold-fruited orange, the ruby-gem'd vine Khali bloom round thy dwelling and shade thee at noon, While birds of all music keep amorous tune; By the gush of glad fountains we'll rest us at eve, No troubles to vox us, no sorrows to grieve, Oh! come to the South The shrine of the sun, And dwell in its bowers, Sweet beautiful o...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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