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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 3 November 1849

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Address to Young Abolitionists. DEERFIELD, Oct. 28, 1849. Mr Dear Yocko I'uiENns : Tho cnuso of suffering humanity by bringing us frequently together, has mado mo personally known to many of you ; and it i probable that my un couth language and abrupt manner may havo made an unfavorable impression on your minds. It wan the consciousness of this that caused mo to hesitate and fuulter when I attempted to ad dress you at Berlin. An uneducated, unpolished woman, I cannot present to your notice any of tho gems of literature nor any of tho flower of rhetoric j and while bo many powerful and cul tivated minds aro pouring out their treasures beforo you, it may seem prcsuniptious in me to obtrudo myself upon your notice ; but I feel nn almost unconquerable desire to address to you A few plain words. And now, as I am in some sort volunteering as a preacher, perhaps it will be most in accor dance with orthodoxy, (pcrni.-ious word,) to take a text. But then tho ancient t...

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. — 3 November 1849

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Poetry. To the Reformers of England. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. God blcs yo, brothers ! In tho fight, Yc'ro waging now, yo cannot fail, Tor better is your sense of right Thau kingcraft's triple mail i Thnn tyrant's law or bigot's ban More mighty U your simplest word i The free heart of an honest man Than crosier or tho sword. Go let your bloated Church rchenrso Tho lossou it has learned so well ; It moves not with Its prayer or curao The gates of Heaven or Hell. Let the State scaffold rise again Did freedom dio when Russell died ) Forgot yo how tho blood of Vano From earth's green bosom cried ? Tho great hoarts from your olden time Are beating with you, full and strong j All holy memories and sublime And glorious round yo throng. Tho bluff, bold men of Runnymead Are with ye still in times like these ; The shades of England's mighty dead Your cloud of witnesses The truths yc urge are borne abroad By every wind and every tide ; The voice of Nature and of Ood Speaks o...

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. — 10 November 1849

jj " 111 V 7fil U 1 iH . 'r l t OLIVKlt JOIIKSOX, l'.ililoi'. ', . '. ! ', .. NO U INI ON WITH SLAViniOLDKItS." . ja.tiks BAtt.Aiiv, riiMisiiiii Ajrcnt. . - VOL. 5-NO. 9. SALEM, COLUMBIANA ;. CO;," OHIO, -NOVEMBER 10, 1849. . WHOLE NO." 217;:-'. 'THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, . " PUBLIsnKD EVERT SATURDAY, AT &ilem, coLU.vni.txA co., omo. TERMS. $1, 50 per annum, if pnid within tho first six taonths of the subscriber's year. If pnid before three months of tho year hns fexpurcd, a deduction of twenty-five cents will be made, reducing the price to $1,25. '' if payment 1)0 made in advance, or on tho Receipt of tho first number, fifty cent will bo deducted, making the subscription but $1. To any person wishing to examine the char acter of tho pn;jcr, it will bo furnished six month, for fifty ocnts in advance ; to all others, cventy-flro cents will be charged, . No deviation from these terms. tjP Wo occasionally send numbers to thoso who are not subscribers, but who arc believed to be inter...

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. — 10 November 1849

THE ANTI-SLAVERY 'BUGLE. Abolitionists and Land Reformers. From the Anti-Slavery Standard. Every now and, then we see it asserted that the system Of chattcl-sla vory at the South h no wtrte than that f wire-lavery at the North, and that land monopoly is at the bot tom of the evil. The apoatJea of thi trospel are not content with the simple preaching of Uimr doctrine, but pepper llieir discourse Nith intoriectionul siiifli at the Abolitionist. We con tew Uiat we can eo no logical con tinuity h&re, any more than In Clias. Lamb' thtnoii case of the turnip crop and the boiled Vtiouldcrs of mutton. If wnges-elavery wero the worst of the twthe Abolitionists would hot be guilty of making it so, nor doe it fol low that cliattel-Blavery is not bad enough because it il not so bad a something else.' But it ia tlie fashion for every one who hu a panacea for our social evils, to head their ad vertisements with a Beware of QilacU The Abolitionists do not proles to have tbtind any panacea. One...

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. — 10 November 1849

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. The Church in Randolph. RANDOLPH, 18th Oct, 1849. OLtVsa Johmjox Dm- Sir : Tlio churches in tlii place arc deeply deploring the condition i thoir respective sions. They were formerly engigci hi deadly theological war w ith each other i not because either claimed that a belief of its peculiar doctrine made any better men or won on than belief in the doctrine of the Mhcr, nor because they did not all equally be lieve that the only way of " salvation" wa by tee atoning blood and merit of Christ ; but one peat bono of contention wa the way to got an Application of thi blood in which lay salvation, for they all acknowledge themselves fit candi date for damnation, if justice were dealt out to them, and only hoped to escape through " the merit" of somebody else. Some said that the only way to got at " the blood " was by ' faith," and that this was wrought in the heart by God of "hi own good pleasure ;" that this faith wo the gift of God ;" that none could snon attai...

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. — 10 November 1849

THE ANTI-SJAYEAY.IJIJCII. Poetry. From the Liberty Bell. An Extract. BY JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL. Fonts novor yet gained one true victory i The outward tnnn, by pike and bull o'er-nrgucd, Ttcnds low his politic will ; but still, within, The absolute Man, on whom the bases rest, t)etp under-ground, of the uifrnngiblc State, Ktunds up defiant, plotting loyalty 'l'o one poor banished, homeless, hunted thought, The dethroned (mage of a native land. Sever was city-wall so strong as Fence j This, founded sure on the soul's primitive rock, Smiles back upon the boillcd engineer ; The mine at its foundutions tugs in vain ; Au olive-wreath, stretched harmlessly across Its open gates, enchants nil enemies, Ko that the trumpet balks the knitted lips That would have jprred it with the trampling charge, And, hushing back Us hoarse and quarrelsome voice, Like a disbanded soldier when he sees VThe nestled hamlet of his unstained youth, With its slim steeple quivering in the sun,, i'ipc with repentant n...

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. — 17 November 1849

QLhe IMVEIl JOHNSON, Kdiior. UNION WITH SLA V E II O L, I E K S . JAMES RAIIIVAHY, Fablisihing A pent. VOL. 5--N0. 10. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, NOVEMBER 17, 1849. WHOLE NO. 218. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, PI BUSHED EVERY fUTl'RnAY, AT S.1LEM, COLU.vnL1.Wl CO., OHIO. TERMS. $1,60 per annum, if paid within tlio first six months of the sutweribor's year. If pnid before three months of tho yenr has expired, a deduction of twenty-five rents will be mudc, reducing tho price to'ijil,'25. If payment ho mado in ndvnncc, or on the receipt of the first number, lift) cents will be deducted, making the subscription but $1. To any person wishing to rxamino tho char acter of tho paper, it will bo furnished six months, for fifty cents in advance j to nil others, cventy-five cents will be charged. No deviation from these terms. t JT" Wo occasionally lend numbers to thoso wlio uro not mili-cili. out: i,Jn luJirrrtl to foe interested in the dissemination of nnti Uvery truth, with the hope that they w...

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. — 17 November 1849

TILE ANTI-SLAVERY. BUGLE. ready have hod such an enterprise in view. If inch lie tho case and this supposition is tlio only ono thut " ill save tho Whig from the responsibility of Inning originally sug gested the scheme we hone the attention of our Government will lc culled iin mediately to tho subject, If tho descent from our shores of an tinned hunditti upon Cuba would have perilled our foreign relations, a similar movement upon Haiti would he attended with results of a like nature, hut of ten-fold mag nitudc. From the National Era. From the National Era. Danger Ahead----Freeman Faltering Vhy is it that we have no satisfactory in telligence from Culilhrnia in relation to sla Very ? That slaves have been carried there, wo know ; but what has locoinn of them ? Have they gone free, or arc they held in bond age? Not a word is said about them In let ten from that country. What are the pur poses of tho people ?' Is there a man in the Territory who takes any interest in the ques tion ? W...

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. — 17 November 1849

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Turkish Slavery. Lieutenant Lynch, commander of the United States Peal Son Expedition, in his narrative Intel)' published, takes occasion to speak of tho condition of the oppressed classes of the Turk ish Empire. During his stay at Constantinople, ho had good opportunity of judging of the truo stnto of things ; and will scarcely be suspected, by those acquainted with his character, of at tempting to mnko Turkish oppression appear less odious than it really Is. The Lieutenant seems to lament earnestly that these barbarous Turks cannot be induced to embrace Christianity meaning, of course, tho religion of the United States ; a religion that sanctities a system of slavery far more nicked and terrible than ever was tolerated by Mahoinedan Turkey, and surpassing beyond nil comparison the worst form of oppression now tolerated in that country. A Mr. Davis, it South Carolinian, it seems from Lieutenant Lynch's account, some years ago took up his abode at Constantino...

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. — 17 November 1849

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Poetry. From the New York Tribune. Tolerance. Or stairy-fire tlmt kindle up in Heaven, There arc none twin in light ; An of the cloud that piny from morn to even, Each varies unto sight. There arc no trees through all the forest bending, In shaelmcss allied ; "'B' There arc no streams the many meadows wend That to one motion glide. Xo thrush doth answer, when its mate is calling, With warble like his own ; A ad, could wc hear the rose's loaves when falling, How different their moan I And walking 'mid the City's crowded places, I love, at times, to note, How very still the myriad human faces, That, manlike, by me float. If all of scmblant things, in outer showing Thus infinitely range, Their essences, whence life itself is flowing, Must be of endless change. And so of human ones tho inner being, Emotion fancy thought In no two natures hath complete agreeing, But subtly wide are wrought. The impulses to all our spirits thronging, Arc evermore one kind ; But the...

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. — 24 November 1849

Jxe 1 OLIVER JOIIXSOX, Editor. 'HfO VKION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS," JAMES BAHAAKV, riiblifcliing Agent. VOL. 5-N0.11. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, NOVEMBER 24, 1849. WHOLE NO. 219. ' THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, pchmshud evert baturdat, at SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. TERMS. per annum, if pnid within the Unit six months of the subscriber's yciir. If paid before three months of tho year lins xpired, a deduction of twenty-five cents will be mado, reducing the price to '$ 1,25. If payment bo mado in ndvunce, or on the receipt of tho first number, lift) cent will be deluded, making the subscription but 1. To any person wishing to examine the char, actor of the paper, it will be furnished six months for fifty cents in advance; to till others, seventy-five cents will be charged. No deviation from thce tcrnis. ' I if" Wo occasionally send number to those who are not subscribers, but who ore believed to be interested in tho dissemination of anti slavery truth, with the hope that they will eith er Bu'j...

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. — 24 November 1849

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. California Convention. The Convention met on Saturday, the 1st cirCM-itt VI o'clock. A quorum not being present, it adjourned till Monday, when a communication from Gen. ltilew wns rend, announcing that the following regulur dele gates had been elected : From San Dieso Miguel do Pcdrorena, II. Hill. I,o8 Angelos S. C. Footer, J. A. Carrillo, M. Dominguez, A. Stearns. Santa Barbara 1. La Gucrra, J. M. Cu lnrrvins. San Luis Obispo H. A. Tom, J. M. Cn lamivins, . Monterey II. W. Halleek, T. O. tarkin, II. T. Bolts, I. Ord, L. Dent. Kati Jose -J. Aram, K. II. Dimmock, J. D. Hoppe, A. M. Pico, K. Brown. San Francisco E. Gilbert, M. Norton, W. II. Gwin. J. Holwon. W. M. Stuart. Sonoma J. Wulkcr, R. Scmplo, L. W. Boggs, M. O. Vnllijo. Sacramento J. It. Snyder, V. E. Shan non, W. S. Sherwood, J. A. Sutter. San Joaquin S. M. Hollingsworth.S. Ifo ley, T. L. Vermuile, C. L. Peck. A question on the election of tho delegates from the latter district having arisen, a com- ...

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. — 24 November 1849

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Letter from Philadelphia. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 10, 1849. My Drab Friend Your correspondent, Tru man Case, who la doing service, I rejoice to sec, as a lecturer, referred, in a late communication to the Bugle, to the fact that the master of his coadjutor, John Jackson, was a deacon In the Disclplo church, in Mayslick, Ky., and a reader of tlio Millennial Harbinger, published by A. Campbell and that he was as thorough at slave driving as at his Snbbath observances having set the blood-hounds on the said John Jackson whose limbs were deeply scarred there by. Now, I never see any reference to these Campbelitcs (Reformers (!) they stylo them selves,) without having my indignation kindled new at their impious folly in preaching a cru sade in the free and slave States against all ob ligations save that of rater baptism. When I was about leaving my friends for a residence of some months in Missouri, various " rcspcctnblo " acquaintances assured mo that I " should find ...

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. — 24 November 1849

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Poetry. For the A. S. Bugle. Farewell. TO THE FORMER EDITORS OF THE BUGLE. friend of humanity and Truth farewell t Ye hT been ever faithful to your trust j And have performed your sacred mission well. 00 ui may poace go w ith you (if yo must,) Uo with the blessings of the true and just. What though tho proud world passed you lightly by, And to your pleadings men seemed dead and cold. " Yet tho good seed ye're scattered shall not lie Neglected, perishing beneath the mould ; ., But shall spring Up and bear a thousand fold. 0 faithful hearted I ye did not forbear, When woman shrieked beneath tho accursed whip) Though first and formost at the place of prayer, Was the oppressor with foul lying lip And when ye saw the fiendish monster dip, His hand in the warm blood of murdered men, Bay did ye the heartless worlds applause Or fear its bitter malediction then ? No 1 trusting in the justice of your cause ' Yo blew blast the hills gave back ngain I Stern ! startling a...

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. — 1 December 1849

A : ar 11 fulfill I--;-. ! ".1 .-. ; r, i I i '-I i . i . i : i' ..l!' V i;, I 1 t . .i...'":.Jii l.ii. NO I'.MOJI .WITH 1A VKHoLUlJItH.V JAJUMX UiWNlltV, I'libtithiug' Affrtift f .......... , ' vjioij:no.220.3 SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, DECEMBEU L 18-19; : ' VOL. 5 NO. 12. ' '"-L' i-lT"" 7'".-i-T! ,., , , , . nw-irtirrw. -.-i3rv r'ri s -- CI hp. knmmi THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, Fuat.iRHcn every Saturday, at SALEM, COLUMULLY.l CO., OHIO. TERMS. ftl.flO per annum, if paid within the first six months of tho sulwcriber's year. Xf paid before three months of the year lins expired, a deduction of twenty-five cents will be made, reducing the price to 1,2.5. . If payment be inndo in advance, or on tho receipt of tho first number, lift cents will bo deducted, making the subscription but $1. To any person wishing to examine the char acter of tho paper, it will bo furnished six months, for fifty cents in odvanco to ull others, seventy-five cents will be charged. No deviation from these terms, ...

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. — 1 December 1849

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. From the National Era. California Free! Never did we pen a eentonco more cxult Ingly than that which embodies the (Treat fra dire of the newt from California yesterday. V,'LiroaiA u raaa, beyond cavil she lias framed her Constitution, and by an unani mous vow provided tlrerein that ".VWAer .Stater Mr Inttlunlarf Servitude, except for ikt Pnnisfunent Crime, stall tter be tolerated in this State." All this ie in prcciHe. accord- once with our expectations, our advices, our (insurances, for months past. .Yew 1'orJt Vt- Vliy abould the Tribune rejoice so much that California has exprtusly prohibited slave ry? Was it not indifferent, few weeks vincc, on this point ? Was it not seeking to .prepare the Whig party for an abandonment -of the ground of positive prohibition, and for an assent to the admission of California with a Constitution silent on the Slavery question? Did it not write t California and Deserct will come into the X'nion, no matter whether this year ...

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. — 1 December 1849

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. David slew thousands of his fellow being", murdered Uriah to obtain his wife, oppressed and tormontcd his people. lived under the influence .of the most revengeful feelings, prayed for the destruction of thoso who AVer his ene mies down to tho third generation, &c But David Ira a man after Gods own heart. There fore we may murder thousand, slay those who stand in the way of the gratification of our lusts, cultivate the most diabolical feelings and yet be innocent t All ' right ' says this divine. Solomon Mid a good many foolish things, kept the largest Harem, revelled in licentiousness. Yet was the special favorite of Cod. Therefore we may soy foolish things, live with hundreds of wives, keep twice as many concubines, and be innocent ! So w-o might go on and show from tho reasoning of Mr. Smith thnt there is no crime that we may not rightfully commit. Our attention is next called to the New Testa ment : Now lionr Punl. Rom. xiii. 1 C. " Let every soul lie...

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. — 1 December 1849

THE .ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Poetry. The Magnetic Telegraph. BY JAMES C. LYONS, LL. P. Along vbc smooth and slender wirei, Tk sleepless herald mm ' Tltst M th (Am and lm'ngr ays'"- ' 1 I' Oo Streaming from tho suu.' ... t . ... No peals or flashes, heard or seen, . . . Their Wondf flight betray ; . And ytt their wards sre plainly Celt, In cities fat aw ay. if or summer's heal, nor winter's hail, Ct& 3lck their rapid course ; ; Thy meet unmoved the fierce wind's rage - : The rough -ware's sweeping foreo : j ' tit the long bright of rain and wrsth, As' in the blaze of day, '. ( . l"k hi'ltith news of woul or woe, To thotiimnds far away; r ' ; ; BuY, taster Mill than tidbit's borno On that electric cord, y . Rise .the iru tbssghts of him who loves . , The Christian's life and Lord,- 1 ': ' Of him who taugh t, in smiles and tears, TVithJerrciit lips. to' pray,'. .' .L 1'. .. Maintains high converse hero on earth TV'ith bright worlifl far away. . , , . Ay I though nor outward wish is bre...

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. — 8 December 1849

OMVEW JOIIS(), Editor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVE HOLDEItS." JAMES BAIINABY, Publishing Agent. VOL. 5 NO. 13. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, DECEMBER 8, 1849. nT22L THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, jTftr.iHHED r.vrnr baturpav, at S.1LEM, COLU.MM.1.V.1 CO., OHIO. . ! TEllMS. ; ! $1,60 per annum, if puiJ within the first six month of . tho subscriber's year. If paid before three months of the year has expired, a deduction of twenty-flvc cents will be niS'lo, reducing tho price to $1,2.1. If payment bo made in . advance, or on tho rycipt of tho first number, lilt) cents will be deducted, making the subscription hut $1. To any person vishinfl to examine the char acter of tho paper, it will bo furnished six months, fur fifty cents in advance ; to nil others, eventv-iivo cents will be charged. . , No deviatton from thc-se terms. IX Wo oensionaliy send numbers to those who aro not subscribers, but who arc believed to bo inter-rstoi in the dissemination of anli '.avery truth, with the hope that they will ci...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 8 December 1849

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. franrhisement of the North, at least. But enlightenment anJ intelligence are the very things our sclPintcrost and acll'-rospcct lack If these were not wanting would tho North submit to the titter annihilation of the Con stitution, as far as they are concerned, hi the enslavement of our citizens, the expulsion of our legal agents and our forcihlo ejection from the National tribunals? Hut this vol untary darkening of the eyes, and this pusil lanimity of spirit, is a part of the punishment consequent on our criminal consenting to the oppression of our countrymen, and makes all Reformation that does not proceed from genuine Repentniioe, almost impossible. It is the wish to combine continued connivance with the crimo, with effectual endeavor a gainst it, that complicates our political ac tion. An aocomp'ice always cuts a so n' fig ure when he appears as witness against the partaker of his crime or as his rebuker, This is the absurd and culpable attitude in which A...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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