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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 8 December 1849

THE ANTI-SLAVERY- BUGLE. Protest against Austrian Ferocity. . A letter from Washington to the New York Tribune v it is rumored in the best informed circles, that at aa crfrly dny in the session a res olution WiH be introduced into tlio Senato siu pcndingoll intcrcorrrse ol a diplomatic nature wk-h Amstria, hi consequence of her barbarous nnd brutal inhumanity toward the Hungarians. Gen. Taylor, it is said, will go for it, nnd it is thought t unlikely that Mr. Webster will $ivo the measure his support. Jfow thia is decidedly rich ! Tho United States, with her three millions of slaves mock ing all her professions of Republicanism, play ing the Thnrisee toward Austria, whoso black est offences against tho laws of humanity aro white compared with their own brutal treatment of those whom they enslave. Gen. Taylor, who hunted the Indians and tho fugitive slaves of Florida with bloodhounds, protesting against the barbarities of tho Austrian government ! Tho suggestion is enough to awaken a...

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. — 8 December 1849

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Poetry. From Milne's Poetry for the People. Alms-Giving. When Poverty with mien of shaino Tho sense of pity necks to touch Or, bolder, mokes tho simple claim That I have nothing, you have much Beliovo not cither man or book .. - That bids you close tho opening hand, And with reproving speech and look Your first and free intent withstaud. It may be that tho tale you hear Of pressing wonts and losses borne, Is hcapt or colored for your car, And tatters for the purpose worn But surely Poverty has not A sadder need than this, to wear A mask still meaner than her lot, Compassion's scanty food to share. It may be that you err to givo What will but tempt to further spoil Those who in low content would livo On theft of others' time and toil J But sickness may havo broko or bent The active frame or vigorous will j Or hard occasion may prevent Their excrciso of humble skill. It may be that tho suppliant's life- lias lain on many an evil way Of foul delight and brutal s...

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. — 15 December 1849

s : - S . ; - ; " 'I OLIVEIt JOHNSON, Editor. 'NO UNION WITH SUVEHOLDEKS." VOL. 5 -NO. 14. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, DECEMBER 15, 1849. WHOLE NO. 222. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, Pt'lLISHKD EVEItr 8ATURDAT, AT S.1LKM, COL VMDLLY.l CO., OHIO. ' TEEMS. $1,J8 por annu.-u, if paid within, the first six months of tho suliscribcr's year. If paid before throe months of the year hns xpir&l a doductiou of twenty-five cents will be made, reducing the price to $1,25. If payment he made in advance, or on the receipt of the Brut number, fiftj cents will he deducted, making the subscription but $1.- To any person wishing to examine the char acter of the paper, it will be furnished six months, for fifty cents in advance ; to all others, seventy-tire cents will be charged. No1 deviation from these terms. n Cjf Wo occasionally send numbers to those who are. not subscribers, but who ore believed to be. later onto I in tho dissemination of anti 'arory truth, with the hope that they will eith er sub...

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. — 15 December 1849

Wanted---a White Slave. We found, few days since, in one of our Southern exchanges, hand-bill offering a tewai-d for the recovery of pome fugitive property, which advertisement we give the wneni 01 our circulation. $40 R.f wakd. I will give Uie above re. ward for the apprehension and delivery to me, or nhi confinement in any jail so that 1 con get him, of a mulatto boy, together with large black innre mule, which Tie rode off. Said boy ran away on the 15th day of Octo ber, 1840; Is about 23 years old; weighs 175 or 80 pounds, is very white, lias straight lioic, and will probably attempt to pass tor a whito man or lice mulatto, lie rode oil' a line saddle Anjr ii formation respecting said boy and tnule, can be comtnuiiicnted to mo ol Ulive Branch Post office, Desoto county, Miss. . C. F. DANUR1DUE. f'trj white, and straigtil hnir ! The impo sition would bo, it strikes us. f l'1'9 boy lictrtd attempt to pass lor anything else but m wtote mai. If years, 180 pounds, a eTy whito nktii. o...

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. — 15 December 1849

THE 'A'NTr-SliAtERY I BUGLE, i 55 THE EDITOR'S TABLE. A Scriptural View of Woman's Rights and Duties, in all the Important Relations of Life. By ELIZABETH WILSON. Pp. 376. We havo not yet found time to give this work a thorough reading, but wo have examined it with sufficient care to be nblo to say, that the author exhibits a thorough knowledge of her ulflect and much argumentative skill in de fending her own views and assailing those of her' opponents. She has examined the Bible with groat care, and the manner in which she uses up the popular commentaries upon that book must delight those whose love of truth is superior to their veneration for long established error.' She is herself an Old School Presbyte rian, and therefore her vindication of the rights of her sex cannot be ascribed by our popular Divine to religious heresy. She has proved herself a match for the wholo of them, from Matthew Henry down to Parsons Cook, having Utterly demolished the arguments by which they attempt 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. — 15 December 1849

THE ANTI-SLAYEIIY : BUGLE., Poetry. From the Literary Gazette. What is Noble? BY CHARLES SWAIN. Want Is noblo) to inherit - Wealth, estate, and proud degree ? 'There mast be some other merit ' Higher yet than these for me ! Something greater far must enter -' Into Ufo's majestic span Fitted to create and centra ..'True nobility in man I What U noble? 'tis tho finer Portion of our mind and heart tinted to something still diviner Than mere languago can impart ; 'liver prompting ever seeing Some improvement yet to plan ; To uplift our fellow being And, like man, to foci for man ! What is noble ? is the sabro . Nobler than tho humble spado There is a dignity in labor Truer than e'er pomp arrayed 1 He who seeks tho Mind's improvement . Aids the world in aiding mind ! Every great commanding movement Serves not one but all mankind. f O'er the Forge's heat and ashes O'er the Engine's iron head AVhcre the rapid shuttle flashes, t . And the spindlo whirls its thread "-There is Labor lowly ten...

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. — 22 December 1849

. 1 1. OLIYEIt JOIIASOX, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." . JAMES DAR.HABV, Publishing; Agent. VOL. 5-NO. 15. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, DECEMBER 22, 1849. WHOLE m 223. THE-ANTI-SL VVKKY BW.LE, rt.Fi.niiF.n every Saturday, at SALEM, VOLVMBU.YA CO., OHIO. THUMB. ; $1,50 per anntnu, if ai, withiu tho first tix month of the u -eri!icr's year. If suA hrforo throe month of tho year hat x-t)irotl, a deduction of twen'y-five cents will fo made, relating the r.rioo to . If pki-uinr.t bo made ' advunee, or on the teceipt of the tiist urjiljev, tut) cents will be floductl, lnti'-iii g :Uc n-ibrijifioti but $1. To wiy prnnii to cxMi.-ine the char acter of the paiier, it will lie furnished nix month., for fifty -fax in a Ivsm-o ; to all others, venty-tivc ccui wiX be charged. ?fo devintini fro-.n tr-cse terms. lr"W 0"Va ;ily ..eai nnmScra to tfiose who r imtTrafo'-Yit ci, but vh. are beiievod to be intiTitol ia tiio diumuiiii'im of anti slsrery ituth, with Co hoi ctl.at tliey will cith e...

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. — 22 December 1849

58 THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. the negro ; nnd he appeared lo feci na strange ly and as strongly as I 1'nlt, We coulil think nnd speak on hardly uny other subject ht ring the rcmnlndcr of the day; And when ever wo camo nenr largo brick house, we Imagined it the nlio.le of Slavery, And we woro not far wrong for when wo nrrived at HiHtcrsVillc, wo were told tluit at tho large house next to Bcu Wells' they had eight vlavca, and that at another largo house near fc-istersville, they lmd several. Vo saw very few houses of any kind n long tho rond, and five out of six of thoso we did eo, wcro poor, low, lag-houses. Thcro Were twenty houses on the Ohio side of tho river for one on tho Virginia side ; and tho houses on tho Ohio Bido seemed ten times letter on an average than the houses on the Virginia sido. Wo lmd been told betoro that we should find things so; but the reali ty produced a deeper impression than the Verlwl description had dono. We had heard tho difference between tho two Htntes a...

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. — 22 December 1849

5!) THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Death of Sarah Heighton Case. RANDOLPH, Dec. 14th, 1849. Frisnd Johnso.i: Sarah Hcighton, the Wife of my brother Hnrvey M. Case, ngod 3) years, is dead. 1 have just returned from the funonil. lu her death, we all feel deeply the loss of one who. was indeed an ornnnicnt in all the affairs of social life. ' The Anti-Slavery cause has lost a firm and faithful friend. Actuated by the desire to promote " pence bn earth and good will among men," she particimted in all the reforms of the day. Born in England during the excitement pre ceding the West Iudin Emancipation Act, Anti-Slavery was part aud parcel of her very being, as indeed it seems to be of all of the lleighton Family; and to them indeed the cause of Pence and Anti-Slavery are much indebted for their soul-stirring songs. They are the Hutchinsons of the West, though never singing " Clay or Whig tongs." Par don me, for I have wandered. She has gone to a higher and holier sphere of action. I cannot bette...

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. — 22 December 1849

Poetry. OLD. BY REV. RALPH ROTS. By the way-side, on a mossy stone. Bat a honry pilgrim sadly miuing Oft I marked him sitting thore alono, Ail tho landscape like a pago perusing Poor, unknown,- By tha way-aide, on a mossy atone. Buckled knee and shoe, and brand-rimmed bat, Coat as ancient aa tho form 'twas folding, Silver buttons, quouo, and crimped cravat. Oaken staff, his feeble hand upholding, There ho sat 1 Buckled knee and shoe, and broad-rimmed hat. Seemed It pitiful he should sit there. No oao sympathising, no one heeding, None to lovo him for his thin gray hair, And tho furrows all so mutely pleading Ago and caro I 8ocmed It pitiful ho should sit there.. It wss summer, and wo wont to school, Dapper country lads, and little maidens, Taught tho motto of the " Dunco's Stool," Its grave import still my fancy ladons, 4 Hero's a fool! " It was summor and wo went to school. Whon tho stranger seemed to mark our play, Somo of us were joyous, sumo sadrheartod ( I remember well too wel...

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. — 29 December 1849

rrr I ill t A ..-. ; .. ..,. . ( OJLIVEH JOIIVSO.i, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVCHfltDERS." JAMES BAK.f ABITf Publishing AceaC 11 VOL. 5 --NO. 16. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., , OHIO, DECEMBER 29, 1840. WHOLE NO. 224. ;! yw IU 111 II! Ill 11 ii 1 1 i ci i a i i ma in hi . THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY, AT SiLEM, COLUMBMM1 CO., OIUO. ; TEEMS. $1,50 per annum, if paid within the first six months of the subscriber's year. If paid before three months of the year hns inspired, a deduction of twenty-lire cents will tic mode, reducing tho price to $1,25. if payment bo made in advance, or on tho receipt of the first number, fift) cents will be deducted, making the subaoriptinn but SI. - To tny person wishing to examine the char meter of tho paper, it will be furnished six months, for fifty cents in advance ; to all others, seventy-five cents will be charged. 1 No deviation from thoso terms. t7" Wo occasionally send numbers to those who are hot subscribers, but who are believed t...

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. — 29 December 1849

THE ANTI-SLAJERY BUGLE. VOL. 5. 62 From the Norfolk Herald. Fugitive Slaves Returned. Yesterday morning iho schooner Minerva Wriglit, Smith, from 'Wilmington, N. V. bound o New-York, put into this port to land twa i'mg Colored men, slaves, who had been fbond concealed in tlio hold.- i Caption Bmith stated Hint ho willed from WJmiiuTtwn on llie !i5th ultimo. On the 7th Instant, being off Litllo V.eg Harbor, (with in erentjr miles af New-Yoi-k,) licanl some em mil out from the hold, "Water t water!" r3 soon after discovered two persona hid in the space- betwaaii the cotton lwlea and the .deck; - The boy gave their names os (ieo, ,. Walker, belonging to William C, Uctting ham,, and Thoiima Wooster, belonging to Joha Wuuster. They stated to tho muyor that they went on board the schooner tlneo tlaya. before she anilcd, tukiug with the.iu n , two-gallon jug ol'wirter und nine bread and cheese, George, who id quite un intelligent . fellow, said that tiller exhausting their stock of .WUlor ...

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. — 29 December 1849

NO. 16. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. J63 - Colonization---Mr. Walker. To the Editor of the A. S. Bugle : Permit mc, ' through your journal, to lny before the citizens of Rnlom and the public generally a few items elicited by the CoiW zation demonstration which took luce in the Presbyterian meeting-house on Thursday and Friday evenings of the past week. A Mr. Walker (colored) lately from Liberia, Tisited Salem by invitation, for tho purpose f lecturing on "Liberia and the prospects of the Colony." Among others I attended, aud after the address of Vn was called upon to speak. ' Hereupon I took exceptions to parts of bis remarks, In general terms, intending, if favored with an opportunity tho next eve ning, to ebow up this diabolical institution In it particular phases. At theconclusion of the second address, a friend moved that friend Garcy be invited to address tho meet ing. . Immediately the " hypocrisy of tho Priest" developed itself in the conduct of a preacher of that pro-slavery Soci...

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. — 29 December 1849

.THE JANTI-St AVERYBU.GLE. 64 Poetry. SNOW. BY REV. RALPH HOYT. Th blessed morn U com again; ,Th early gray . Tp Bl tha limberor' window-pane, , And eecm to ay ' Break, break from the enchanter's chain, :u' Away, away! Tm if inter, yet there 1 no ound ,- -.- Along th air Of wind upon their bsttlo-ground ; But gently there The anow is falling, all around , ;-, How (air how fair! The jocund fields would nuwrineradej -Fantastic scene! Tree, ahrubK and lawn, and lonely glad Have cast their green, And joined th revel, all arrayed So whit and clean. . E'en the old posts, that hold the bars, , . And the old gate, ' Forgetful of their wintry wars And ago sedate, High copped, and plumed, lik white hussars, Stand there in state. The drifts are hanging by tbo sill, Th cares, tho door; " Th hsy-stack ha become a hill ' ""' ' All corerod o'er The wagon, loaded for the mill The eve before. lloria brings the water-pail, .. But whero'stho well? t Like magic of a fairy tale, Most strange to tell, Al...

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. — 5 January 1850

"NO If NION WITH t A VKIIOI.DE ItS." ... .. .. 4 I .1 - OLIVER JOHNSON, Editor. JAMES IIAU.AltY, robli.htnt Afvnt. SALEM, COLUMBIANA C.O.i! OHIO, JANUARY 5, 1850. WHOLE NO. 225. Til -1 ANil-SI.AVEKY UUGLE, PUBLISHED EVERY ATflAY, AT iS,iLEM,vCOLVMlSLll CO., OHIO. . ,1K'.MS. $1,50 per annufa, If piilf within tho drat tit minthil m th ixwrlunr' te-j, i i It' pajftl-bcoro LiroQ mouth .of th year hnt xjiiroJ, s dcductim ol' twrcmy-livo co.il.i v. ill t male, relu.;iiuj tho price to $1,'3. if rfcmont Ijo made ill ndvi.i e, or on tho Vio ;cij. of tlid Hctt na.abe, uu) cOiiU will be tloldjl-vl, nuul'tg tha ubso,iiiiin but till. fo sny psron wishing w ex.-iuiuo tlio cliur. Mr of tho pa or, it w U )0 t'iir:i ,li I sis m int1), for fifty ce.-iUlna Wncei o U others, stty.ovs chU will be char-oX. . 'ij lonatijn t'r ) t'uoe term. n?" VYo oo:03i)nJy se id num'-CM to tlo Tho aro not subj,ri'cr, but who nrc believed to ba inter Mtel in tho disicm'.narl n of anM lvrr Iruth. wfUtHa twatrint Jie,v wil...

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. — 5 January 1850

MATTERS IN WASHINGTON. From the National Era. The Election of a Speaker. Tlio Btnifi'ln lmn torminritod na iVmu tlm iiegiuuuiB; wo apprehended it would, but our inurtiticntiou u no less iionninnt. We have littla tiiitli in tlio uerva and firni ne.M of Northern men, whon involved iu n contest With slaveholders. Tbo Wathinjton Uiiion if exultant. It in4 I " fVl Ul-I.l-V h.iiMHIIlf IIlimiIIim ..I liml llm nlnl'i..n nl' 1 1 .... ,.l I I '. . 1 .1. .... - .. '. ...... ..... v.l.iw.i VI llUllvll Willi MB IIVIU' rv In ll.n It i nif ipnl'n (ft niwl it ... Wi 'ii to the whole ooiintrv'of l'u iW:iW, o, ruf.S ani o" vrinciclt." llolurv tlio mcuiiug of Congress, tlio Union l.ibjrod to show Mr. Wiutliroii'a unlitncsa lur the Chair of Spcuker, beca.iso bo wus u rjnjMWoiiiiiij nudtoMiiito Southern W hi" wit i Djinocrnta in uiiihih i un to him on this iiiiiglo ground. It uitido the Shivery Question t!iu prominent issue in the dec- tiun tor Speaker, ilia jjjin'jcniiio caucus took tho saino Ground, a...

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. — 5 January 1850

Slavery and the Popular Religion. Fairxp Joassox i Your kindno. In publish Ing my Tlrst attempt to.wri.0 ibi the public eye. and the M opinion of partial fW. have Induced me to -end you a few more of m y loose thoughts yet am I not desirous of seeing them prcad out on paper, unloM your judgment mny deem them worthy. The greatest desire of my heart in to be nscfid In tho cause of huinnnity and if thought, word, or act of mind can bene fit mankind, I Vrill not, because I ought not to, withhold it. ' I can hardly realize tht fact that I cx'uit. A few abort yean back, I wm almost an outcast from aocirty. I, who loved my Creator becauso I was hi, and mankind because they wcro my brethren, was denouneetl aa an Infidel, a eon tcmncr of righteousness, becauso I hated op pression, and bated tho religion of tho world be came it sustained it. No change ha token plaoo in my sentiments, only that my hatred of injustice and falso religion ha increaacd i and : 1 I . Ill I yet, many noble oul note ...

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. — 5 January 1850

Poetry. WOMAN. FUoc the wldte man on A.fxic't coast, Whose twtrtbjr n"i4 Vooitkliglit Who of theii scorn to Europe boast. And paint tdioir vary deroorri whita t Thoro, while tier stcrnci sex disdains . To tooth th won they cannot feel, Woman will strive to heal hi pains, And weep for thoso sh cannot heal, 1 Her't 1 warm piyt'n sacred glow froTn aUkcr stoic she bears part, Aad bids the spring of hope rorlow, That laugubhod in the fainting hoort. ;r : i ,i What though so pale his hnjjrard fa;o, So sunk and tad his look, ' tho cries, And far unliki) our nobler rnc . With crisped lockt and rolling rye Vet misery mrk him of our kind We cc him lo.it, alone, afraid t And pangs of body, griffs in mind, I'roriotirtcd him man and ask our aid. Perhaps in an mo fur distant short . "there art bo In the foims dclighti Whouo milky ft aturca please thrm more ' lhan ours of jet, thus burnished bright Of auch may ho hit weeping wife, Suuh children for tlisir aire may call ( And if wo spare hit ebbing...

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. — 12 January 1850

OMTKll JOIIXSOX, Editor, "NO UNION WITH S t A V 12 1 o L n K It S . ' JAMES H IICXABV, PnbltMttlnaj Affmu VOL. 5-NO. 18. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JANUAllY 12, 1850. WHOLE NO. 226. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, PUBLISHED ETSRf SATURDAY, AT SALEM, COLUMllUVA CO., OHIO. TEHM8. $1,40 per annum, if paid within tho Rrst tlx month of tho subscriber's your. If paid before three mouth, of tho year litis expired, a deduction of tr.or.ty.flve cents will be made, reducing th -vlco to $1,23. If payment os inndo in sdvsnes, or on tho receipt of tho first number, lift) conts will be deducted, making tho subscription but ftl. To any person wishing to examine tho char acter of tho paper, it will bo furnished six months, for fifty cents in advance j to all others, seventy. fivs cents will be charged. No deviation from these terms, tV Wo oocasionnlly send numbers to those who are not subscribers) but wno are believed to be interests! In the disscnn.lMion of anti slavery truth, with the hop that they wil...

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 January 1850

Speech of C. M. Rurleigh. The Penntytvania JVfemmt gives the follow ing sketch of a Speech triad a by C. M. Bur leigh at tlio recent Ami-Slavery Convention in Philadelphia. Mr. R spdc of tl.o power of tnith to overcome the evi. of the ape; of the weok iurb of physical fcirce to ellect rclhrni. now hems; illustrated in Kuropenn revolutions, Where otio tjmnt is changed for another. i'Vnnca, Koine, Hungary, who seemed about to obtain their fre eikitn hy tlio sword, are vcrilYim tho tin-diction. "They thnt tnkoilm sword shall imrmh bv tlm nwnnl In tli reverses of freedom, ho thought we tnir'nt learn a wiser lesson tlmn from tlio IhcuTof the irecoling year, which were a uicccs sloti of triumphs. We might lent";, a wiser method of n.'lorin than that isr,d by those who aought to establish Liberty, Eqwility wild Fraternity, liy tlm tbrco f arms. The cause of dii-isitbuii is mi stronger thnu it wna. your ago. In the agitation of tho sub ject. PXr work has oeon done in Kuropo, to mulcrsnino t...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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