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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 12 January 1850

Ohio Legislature. When w annoancrd lost week the election of Speak r and other nffloors of th Senate, wa took U for granted that tho Goremor'a Mcssag would be at onco delivered and the business of legislation proceed without further difficulty. Such, however, ha not been the result. For aught we can aco, the Senate ia now in a snarl quite a difficult to be unravelled aa that which obstructed the election of a Speaker. The Speaker (Mr. Blake) is a Freosoilcr with Whig sympathies, and he was elected by tho rote of Mr. Swift, a Frccaoil Democrat, on condition that he (Mr. D.) would rote for a Democratic Clerk. The main question at issue between tho -,,r. tie Is, whether Mr. Broad well, who was elected tinder the new Apirtionmcnt Law, frora tne Firet Dietrid of Hamilton C'jUntv. or Mr. Johnson, who was chosen 'oy tho County at large in uisregard or the j, entitled to a seat, Mr. Johuson claims r.ndcr a certificate from tho County Clerk, wljio Mr. Broad well presents nn abstract of the r...

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 January 1850

Poetry. The Popular Creed. BY CHARLES P. SHIRAS. Dime and dollars t dollars Mid dimot I An empty pocket's the VVdrst of crime 1 If t man to down gtv hbo a thrust Trample th beggar in tho dust 1 Presumptuous poverty'i trad pi ailing Knock him cr I kick him for falliag I ( a man il up, eh I lift hint higher I Yout soul's for sls and h" a buyer Dime and dollara ) dollara and dimot I An empty pocket'th wont of crime 1 know a poor, but a worthy youth, Whose hope arc built on a maiden' trntli, But the maiden Will break her row with ease, tor a wooer Cometh whoso clnim are these A holiow tfWtrt, and an empty head, A face well tinged with the bmndy red, A soil well trnined in vilUmv'S School- And Cash wcct Cash 1 ha knowcth tho rulo t Dime and dollar t dotlnr and dime 1 Ah empty pocket' the Worst of crime 1 t know a bold, and en honest man, Who strive to livo on the Christian plan, But poor i he, and poor will be, V. (corntd ind hated wretch to he At horn he moteth a starring wife, Abroad h...

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 January 1850

I i . k. . ..! ' . f . . . IV ' OtlYER JOIIJTCOIV, Editor. "NO UNION WITH ILlTKHOLDERIi" - - JA9IES 13 AltVtllV, FabllaMti; Aet. VOL. 5-NO. 19. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JANUARY 19, 1850. WHOLE NO. 227. ' THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, PCIMIHCD EVCRT 1ATCRDAT, AT JZiLEM, COLUMBLiXA CO, OHIO. T K 11 M 3 . tUOper annum, if paid within tho first tlx anonthe of the aubecribcr'a year. If paid before three months of the year liu fxpirod, deduction of twsoty-five cent will e made, reducing the price to $1,25. If payment be mode in advance, or on the receipt of the tint number, lift) cent will be deducted, making the subscription but $1. To my pcraon wiahing to examino the char acter of the ra-er, it will be furnished aix month, foe fifty cant in advanco t to all othcra, seventy-five cents will be charged. No deviation from thene term. tW We eccajfonally tend number to those who are not aubacribera, but who are believed to be inter natal In the diaaemination of anti lavery truth, with the hope ...

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 January 1850

74 r , 7 .T.V 'VOL. 5. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. t LOVK AOITATIOM WHK.1 TlltaK I OACSR I It Tin alaum hull win oh staiiti.ka tiih is IIAMTAXTS Or A CITV.ViVBA tHY.t 1'HOM HEIKO llVHNRU IX TlllilH BHDS. liurkt. Snlcm, Ohio, J miliary IV, IMO. Lecture on the Church. On ftnndaT afternoon, Jn. 2Tlls t S o'clock, tho EdiVu of Tho Rngla proposes t dehrrr discourse1 on. llro'sujijcit of Cm kcu' QaoAyizA ios, their Katun and ( Vv The meeting will probaUy-Wlwld in Friends irieettng-rioitw. l'coplo gcncrA'.ly aro Invite J to attend. Mr. Furness's Address. i It is do( oflcn that tho readers of The Buglo luij iu its column a document to long as that Wlihh occupies most of tlir First Pnjc of this week's issue, and they may test assured that we liave not in tliU Instance departed from our usu 1 custom without A subitiiiiti.il reason. Thnt rcvon U to t o found in the high character of Ir. furness's Addncsa, and its adaptcdness to tho eutc of our cause at the present juncturo. It pxewatA truth of trn...

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 January 1850

HO...107 THE ANTI-SIAVEUY BUGLU, : -r.r 75 -V Receipts of the American Anti-Slavery Society for Western purposes. I.ucy Alone, West lirookflcld, MaM.' Olie 1L Hastings, Lancaster, i Hennerl It. Obcr, Boston, Dovid Hinklcr, Hyanniftport, Warren Hinkfey, . u IT. W. VKTtVt, Atliol, ll J. XV. Clark, Mary Breckett, Llmlnirton. MM no, Richard PcSliody, WateTford, Vt., Spnulding lloynton, Nashau, N. Hnmp. tanutmin liown, Pittsburgh, Penn. B, Mcintosh, Allcghoncy City, . David Gtiw, . .." . "., Jobri Mitchell, ,' " . , 91.no 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 30,00 10.00 1,00 1,00 0,00 1,00 1,00 60 20,00 a.oo 1,00 1,00 0,00 60 f)0 60 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 60 3,00 1,00 60 io 60 1.00 60 60 60 60 1,00 !M 1,00 3,00 1,00 60 60 1,00 it 2.5 1,00 1,00 1.00 1,00 1,00 60 6.00 1,00 1,00 0 1,10 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 2,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 60 2,00 60 1,00 60 1,00 1,00 2,00 1,00 . 1,08 2.00 . 60 1,00 1,00 1,00 60 26 26 23 2,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1.00 1,00 3,00 80 26 26 1,00 6 60 3,00 110,00...

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 January 1850

7.6 THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Y0L..(5. Poetry. From Frazer's Magazine. Hope and Memory. riWt-vcVccs sic,hcLrfon the six Oh, lot as t port uh never J ' W ar fair brfy together J ' Fondly would we flin g ' Oat clasping; arms about thco it ill ( and cling Like gentle parasite that round thy lot Entwine their mingling blooms) tlion put ui not'. " For we arc patient alavca, twin-born our late 2s ttili upon thy steps to watch and wait. And o'er thy path to haver t Drear would be It course, hut tor the chequered tracery Our light wing tvctc, aa o'er thy changeful way "With shad and sunshin tremulpua they play. Ono fill before, yet turning to thee oft With gay and beckoning gesture, whit per soft Of snany a goodly, many a glorious thing 6he aaea fat onward- one, slow following, Wilfc sad and patient smile, unto her breast Oalfcis the Bo wen thy hasty fo- v hath prcst Aad warms them tbcro Until each flower re tcivea soul a spirit through its withered lcavos, To breathe undyiugly around thy hea...

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 January 1850

OLIVEIt JOIl.XSON, Editor. "HO UNION WITH SI.AVIHOI.DEnS." J A TIES BAKNADV, Publishing Agent. VOL. 5-NO. 20. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JANUARY 26, 1850. WHOLE NO. 228. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, PCBLISnCD EVERT SATURDAY, AT S.1LE.M, COLUMBUXA CO., OHIO, TKKMS. $1,50 per annum, if paid within tho first six nonth of the subscriber'! year. It paid before three months of tho you hns expired, a deduction of twonty-rW cents will be in ado, reducing tho price to 9,'ti. If payment bo made in advance, or on tho receipt of tho llr.t number, till) cents will be dc;luctcd, making the subscription but (11. To ny person wishing to oxnmino tho chnr ctet of tho ps.ior, it will bo furnished six .months, for filly cont in s.lvonco ; to all othors, eventy-flve con's will be charged. N(V deviation from these terms. fTJWo ocnwiinally send nuvabcrs to those ho aro not subscribers, hut who are believed to bo intcroxtol in tho dissomiuitinn of antU alavery truth, with tho ho;io that they will cith or subs...

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 January 1850

78 THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. . VOL. 6. From the Anti-Slavery Standard. The Separation in the Methodist Church. Da FaitND Gat wis it the ignorance tr dishonesty of to many Methodists, minis ters aa well aa others, which nmkea tln'in )erait in declaring, llint tlicre ia neither hIbvb territory, slaveholder, nor slave, in all the Northern General Conference ? 1 he au dacity with which they nmke this assertion, (mid so freqnently too,) is perfectly shock ing. Such a decree of blindness, at this time, even if it wero blindness, would he as inex cusable almost, as if it were the result of tho blackest depravity. It eeems to uie they must know better. Hut to Iw ccrtnlti, I went to-dny to the " Methodist Rook Concern, ami procured a copy of the Edition of tho 44 Discipline "pub lished at the office of the Conference, 200 Mullwrry street, and published since the separation, in which are given llie boundn-lii-s of all the Annual Coherences compos- in ff tho Northern General Conference, and no 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. — 26 January 1850

NO. 20. THE ANTI-SLAYERY BUGLE. to: Notes from the Lecturing Field. NEW LYME, Jan. 16th, 1850. The evening after I left Ik-ren, I held a tutting fit Bennett's Corner, which was well attended ; In fnct the house wns filled to overflowing. Samuel Brooke took part in he meeting, and spoke with good effect Several joined Uie Society, end deep con virtion seemed to pervade the audience. Our next meting was at Litchfield, at which place We received a Comcoiiter welcome af ter a terribU day's drive. The Convention which met tit Kiehfield adjourned to this place. TIm meeting was numerously nttend d, tW chiefly from tho town, tho ronda being almost impnsanhle. The organization was completed, as you have already been informed. Some forty or fifty joined the Society, and thus publicly arrayed them- selves on the aide of Disunion. The meet- ings were deeply interesting. A meeting was lield about two miles from tho center on the following evening, in a neighborhood rather uninformed on this ques...

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 January 1850

the anti-slavery; bugle. VOL. 5. Poetry. My Garden Gate. BY CHARLES MACKAY. " ttand Wk bewildering poUtlcsV fre placed my fence round, JPese on with all yonr potty tricks, Hof trend my holy ground. Stand badc-l'm wcaty of yonr talk, Your squabbles end your prate You cannot enter In this walk, 1W cloud my gnrdon gate. ' - ' Stand bock, y4 thoughts of trodo and pelf, t hare tofuga hore X wUh to eommuna with myself I My mind to out of gear, Those bowers are sacred to lha page ' ' Of philosophic lore I - tVithm theeo bottnda no envies rage- I've shut my garden door. Bund back, Frivolity and Show I Zt It a day of spring I I want to lea my roses blow, And hear th blackbird singt 1 wiihtoTfu" nvy spplo-trees, And make my peaches atrniyht ' ' Scop to the causeway, If you ploas- 4 ' ' rtoahutmy garden gate. I have no room for auch as you My house ii somewhat small,' Let lovo come here, and friendship truo, I'll give them w oleoma all I They will not scorn my household staff, Or criticise my ...

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 February 1850

ejS Ol.tVEIl JOHNSOA, Editor. NO UNION IV I T II SLAVIHIOLDGKB." JAMES H AUNABY, Publishing Agent. V0L.6-N0.21. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, FEBRUAIIY 2, 1850. WHOLE NO. 229. ; lHE ANTI-SLAVERY DUGLE, rcai.tsuao evert saturda, At SALEM, VOLUMDLVM CO,, OHIO. ...... . TEUM8. $1,(9 par annum, if a& within th Cist fix inoiiths oi the subscriber's year. If paid bcforo three months of tho year tins Mpircd, a deduction of tweMy-tlvo conti will Oo msic, reducing tho prico to $1,23. If paymc it ho mnda in fidvun.c, or on tho receipt of tho Hist number, till) cents w ill bo lcdUv'tc.l, making tho subscription but $1. , To ny person wishing to cxsniinc tho chnr ctor of tho pn. er, it will be furnished six m mth, fur fifty cents hi alvanao; to sil others, sevonty-flvo cents will be charged. N deviation from theso terms. Iry Wo nccasi )nndy sond numbers to those who oro not subs.-rihers, but w ho nr boiieved to bo inter-iteJL in the d'sscnunttion of nnti slavery trntbj with tho ho.io thnt th...

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 February 1850

THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 5. 82 lml moves the. puppets u'pini .the hoard; """That lio docs so Wd Well exemplified in JDoiiglaNs' oxposuro ol tlio trickery ui Clem en, the other (l.iy, on tli Calilomia resoli!- THiiin. This man, who 0(eiied bis carver ill tlio Senate liy a most lulse uihI liiio.lous as sault Utoii the wholo people ol tlm North, privutu citizens, ns well iw public otlicers, tiiul on Thursday npp-earrd so cgcr in pur suit of a persouul conlJict Willi Gen. Shic'.-.'., is well 'understood In Ihj a titciul l.,ol in Calhoun's bunds. It in believe'.1! Unit the lender, who wi.s not in liio Senate, instruct . .. xl him id planning that identical expedient tor getting n Boetiu-.ml vole ol North tigiiinst tSouth, which I'.o uvuwed to Doi.gl, as, r.ml Winch Urn i:,ucr FXiioscd : und tliut it Was. iilno, by Calhoun' direction, that, ait. r laiug un rinlely unmasked, bo delivered htms.ll . ul llin fierce dcnuiieiutiuii ugaiiiHt iho north- ; wn l'rury, which incurred the liap. :...

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 February 1850

NO. 21. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. 83 National Bazaar. The Anti-Slavery Standard of the ZMt bh. contain a deeply interesting report, by Anne Warms VVcitun, of mutters pertuin ing to the Into Notiomil 1). zaar, hold us usu al in Funcnil Hull, Boston, Tlio receipt mount' to $J,3tjO, allowing an increase of $135 on those of 1ist yettr. If Tlio Liberty llcll had lcou published this your ay Usual, tlio increase would have been much greutcr. Tlio omission of that liiilhlul tocsin of Free- dom Is a misfortune which wo hopo will ;ot again occur. The Dnl.iar was opened at too Into a'day, after mnny of it patrons had mude tjieir usual purchase, of Clirislnin Present ami tliia i.lso UMiiiod to diminish the receipts. Next yc.ir'a B.,zaar will oocti oq tlio J'Jtli orBecwnbor, Ull, ,ie dll p.:, miouncj tliua early, the friend of the 'cause will be more likely to ho prompt in their contribution. On the whole, the re sult of tlio one now alluded to are highly ncouruging. The number of individual and p...

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 February 1850

VOL.. 5. 84' THE AOTI-SL AVERY BUGLE. Miscellaneous. From the N. Y. Tribune. That Rochester 'Knocking.' That Rochester 'Knocking.' Explanation and History of the Mysterious That Rochester 'Knocking.' Explanation and History of the Mysterious Communion with Spirits,' &c. . .... , , , , ..... , AMicn that remrklile book, "Wnve's Divine Ueulniio.is, Siy Andrew Jackson Da- vis," viui pidiiifehcd, ivu suw lit to give our tenders a lull nnd lucid summary ol its con- Wutts, with whatever light besido ti e wore Me to shed oil the subject. It did not or- cur to us that wo thereby commended ha j funeral views, much less endorsed llio iibso-1 lite verity !' it claims nnd inculcations. Beloved, be!tt 9 not every Hindi, stt.i'.ds in otir Bililo very dowdy connected with tlio Injunction, 'fry tlio spurts whether thry nrp ; ot wild,- mill we to not we now any urn iu try that of which they stubbornly rel'uae to hnve nny knowledge. Tho subject of li'.i- Hum inte"rcottmo with or reception of hilo...

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 February 1850

' OLIVER JOIISO, Editor. "TiO UNION WITH 8tAVEHOLDEn. JAMES II Alt All V, Publishing Agent VOL. 5 -NO. 22. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, FEBRUARY 9, 1850. WHOLE NO. 230. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, . PUBLISHED EVERT IATURDAT, AT S.1LE.V, COLVMBIA.YA CO., OHIO. TiinMs. $1,50 per annum, If paid within tlio first six month of tho subscriber's year. If pnld before three months of the year hns expired, deduction of twcnty-Bvo cents will tie rondo, reducing the price to $1,23. '. If payment bo mnile iu advance, or on the Vorcipt of the first number, lift) cent will be deducted, making tho subscription but $ 1. I To n ncrsou wudiina to oxamino the char acter of tho paper, it will bo furnished six month, for fifty cents In advance ; to all others, srventy-Hvo cents wui no ensrgou. Xn dnvintion from thoso term. r7",Wo occasionally send numbers to those who aro not subseriliers, but who are believed . to bo Interested In tho dissemination of ami' Uverv truth, with the hone that they will cith nrsu...

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 February 1850

VOL. 6. 86 THE ANTI-SLAVERY BtJGLE, Position of Gen. Cass The General will liave it xhnX fcdoral lejr illation to prevent Slavery lii the Territories in I8W-50. is to"oBiim to exercise that very power, the power of legislation with out representation, which Americn fin de nied iu argument and then resisted in eruie." In other words llmt our legislation to arrest the mnreti of Slavery where it is nut, it to exercise the power which dissolved the con rn4inn of the thirteen Colonies with Oront Britain 1 The (fcncrnl hide about as high lor Southern votes, nt the next Presiduntiul election, ns any WeBtorn or Northern cecdi lnta is likely to do. He expends whf.',o col iiidim of words to show the slaveholders of the South, nnd their Hunker and IWnbiirn cr allies elsewhere, thnt Congress hits up, I lower to prevent the slaveholders oli SpiHh 'arnlinn, with his friend Foots a tfieir head, from deluding Desert-1 wiUi their "property," preventing it from voting clectious, kenping it hard at wo...

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 February 1850

NO. 22 The Imprecation of a Priest. Among tho windiest Of tho Doctors of that sickly patient railed Divinity,' in the whole United Bute, U Ocorgo W. Bcthunc, formerly of Philadelphia, now of Brooklyn. He baa grown to Aldcrrnenic rotundity in ipito of thoao mortification! of tho flesh which tho popul pi ety of our groat cities ao rigidly exact, of thoio who minister at her altara I A more valiant do nouncor of tho Httlo vice, and peccadilloes on which the American Church ha tet tho aeal of her reprobation, doea not exist while at tho am time he is a faithful conservator of the domestic institution' which, according to that Church, ia aanctioned by patriarchs, prophets and apostle. Ho ia also a most xealou believ er in that fundamental doctrino of the same Church, that children of one Heavenly Father, whose complexion are not of tho same identical ahadc, cannot (such being tho 'ordination of Providence ' i) live together in pcaco and fra ternity, and therefore that the white are bound...

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 February 1850

88, TIIE ANTI-SLAVERY ,BUGLE. VOL. 6 Miscellaneous Ludovice Lana. A TRUE STORY OF MODERN SICILY. lit tlie summer of IS41, 1 was traveling In Bi'cilv, nml, in crossing the island from Cir- pento to Palermo, paid a visit to the town of Cstminrnmii, limit on the site of tlie on- riont Knna. 1 was surprised to find bow lit- tie Interest was caused by our arrival, tis in most of tl.eao classical Sts a host of beg- Ham nssail the ntraogor on one aido, aa the guides liexct him on the other, both eager lor ruy mid for spoils, whilo the tdlo and iinem ilocd,lirniiiiKiiiiic-teiit'iiHol'thtioiiiiliitioii. lounge nmuud to Rwcil tho crowd, lint on tliis occasion, wo nassed nliniMt unnoticed tlirouuli the streets, and I could scarcely tirilic n tiiill-iinknd nrc.ldn to direct nil- to tho liQusct of the Ahliate. to w hom I Indnn in--- tiuctiou. From the worthy Abhiite, '.,wev- rr when nt hint loilnd. I soon lor.rn.vl il.n cause of tho iinusiiid c.xcilemen' wliioh thus Jind chunked the gcnurul aspe...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 16 February 1850

m i t. : ...J OLIVER JOHNSON, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." JAMES BAHXARY, rubUshlna; Agent. VOL. 5 NO. 23. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, FEBRUARY 16, 1850. WHOLE NO. 231. . THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, rCSLISHED EVERT SATCBDAT, IT SJLE.V, COLVMBU.YA CO, OHIO. TKRM8, $M0 per annum, if paid within the first six nontbs of tho subscriber's year. If paid before thro months of the year hat fxpirod, a deduction of twenty-five ccnU will fe made, redacint the mice to 1.2(5. If paysiont be made in advance, or on tho receipt of tho first number, tifl) cent will be deducted, making the subscription but 1. To any person wishing to cxnmino the char acter oi tno paper, it will be furnished m months, for fifty cents in advance ; to all others, sxrcnty-nvo cents will be cnurgeu. No devintim from these tenns. R"Vo oo.'asiona'ly send numbers to those who aro not subieribors, but who aro believed is be Interest .1 in tho dissemination nf anti alavcry truth, with the hope that thry will cith er subsc...

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. — 16 February 1850

90 THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. VOL. 5. The Slave-Trade opposite Washington. 7s the Editor of the IVihunt i The following letter was received a few ilaye ago by Mrs. Nancy Cnrtwright, tern pcctable colored womuii. for several tears resident in this City, who lion purchased her own freedom, ami redeemed a part of lier children from Slavery, by her own industry, udee. by the ot lier friends) ALEXANDRIA, Jan. 22, 1850. My Dear Mother I take this opKrlunitynf truing vun n ivw iiiivrv, iu iinouii you nun i mn ill Jiruiti1! Jail, and Aunt Sally ntid all )ht chililreu, and Aunt lliigar and oil lier children, and grandmother is almoct cmzy. My dear tuothur, will you please to come on ns noon an you can ? 1 expect to go away very shortly.' Oh, mother! my dear mother, do not fonuike me, fur I feel desolate. 1'lease to Your EMILY RUSSELL. r. 9. If you dn not come as (far as Alexand ria.come to Washington,and do what you can. At the suggestion of several friends, and by the request of the mother, a ...

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