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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 16 February 1850

NO. '23. TIIU ANTI-SLAYER Y BUGLE. 91 Consistency. MT. PLEASANT, O., Jan. 30, 1850. : Fbirnd Johksou i What a peculiar people wo American art I With what a penetrating mid scrutinizing gate we rlow the actions of others j and yet to slightly pass ovor Our own, unless they be aomothing that we deem moritorioui ; then, indoad, will the mountain and fores', from one extremity of the land to tho other, echo wit'l Self-adulations. We abhor and detest the tyrannic of the Old World yet a for worse oppression exists almost unrebukod at our own doors. We can scarcely find words adequate to express the indignation we foel towards Franco, for assisting to replneo n tho Pontifical throno the present Pope; yet we scarcely know how to do sufficient homage to the citixen of this ropublio who rob a sister republic of her toil, for the purpose of extend ing over it tho withering curse of Slavery. We hurl bitter curse across the broad Atlantic, to tho Emperor of Austria, because he smothered the Hung...

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. — 16 February 1850

VOL.i 5. 92 THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, Miscellaneous. The Cheerful Heart. I taanat onooso but marvel at the way In which otit live pass oil, from day to day, Learning strange lessons in the human heart, ' And Jt like anadowa letting tlioin doinrt." Mm Lax no. Itow wearily the Uttlo news-boy plodded tilong the deserted ntrocta n thnt Ncw-Ycnr'a ve. Tbe rolrl ruin was bearing fiercely it j an him, ntul Tew tattered garments served to protect him from Ira rage. All tiny long Itail Lo been out Hiniil tlio storm, mid wns Mow returning, weury and hungry, to his iiuntkla tioino. The Fit root lamps were light- !, and na no pnssoit hy tlictn, yon could hoc iy tlia gloom tlint Ins luce wn pule nnd cma' dated could ace that, young na lie wan, something had hern tliero to attenuate hia feature, and give him Unit won mid dcsoluto look which cuu bo given only hy some great tlliction, aome pimhin g want, or overwhelm ing grivl. l on could toll tit n glance tlint a tlurk shadow wna resting uHn hia pat...

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. — 23 February 1850

QLItj OMVJCll JOIIXSO. Editor. SO UNION WITH SLATEIIOLDEUS." nni:s n wtviiiv, ruiii!iiiig aroiu. VOL. 5 -NO. 24. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO.,' OHIO, FEBRUARY 23, 1850. WHOLE NO. 232. TUB ANN-SUVEM Kl'liLfi, rCBLI!)n:i CVEIIT ATtRDAT, AT SALEM, VOLVMlll.l.V.l CO., OHIO. TK11MS. 4 1, S3 per annum, if finid within the first iix tn tilth of the su':ssrilicr- year. It' paid bci'irc thrcs months of thg year has X;rirol, deduction of twenty-lira cent will tie ma le, re.hwin tho price to'$l,'23. ii piymcit be made in adruncc, or on the rsooipt 01 tho lint number, tilt) cents wlJ be ta lusted, ms'ting ;ho subscription but $1. tt Miy rer-cm wishing to cxnininc the char etor of' tho J.a. cr, it will be funds he I nix tn uii'is, for lifiy cents hi Ivanco ; to nil other, serem .-live cents will be char,;e.l. Ni drviutiin from tl;co terms. RTWe oo iwijnn'ly sen. I nunfior to those who aro not subt riucrs, but who aro believe .1 to bo intor.x.to I in the d sic l.in ition of nnti tit .-cry t.'ut'i, wi Ii...

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. — 23 February 1850

94 THE ANTI-SLAVERY' BUGLE. VOL. 5. The Union. The Union. From the Cleveland True Democrat. la tho Union of the Statea, a more Lxaock for tlia extension and Deroetuation of hii manaluvery? Itacemaao. The giant strength of the Kreo Stairs is leagued with tha cor rupt influences of the slave power, for the Partition of tliia continent with slavehold ers. Unborn generations, by this corrupt and Infamous league, arc doomed to redemix tionlcsa bondage. Who la for such a Union? Jf this bo oca oLoaioua Union tlien, for ono, I any. in the nuino of the Living Uod. let it perish ! Thus perverted from the ob ject designed by its trainers thus made the instrument of endless oppression to living . and unborn myriads of our fellow beings, it becomes us, us the true descendants ot the lienor seventt-six. to demolish that com pact of iniquity ami dishonor as true sons ot tnose who devoted " Jile, lortuue and sa cred honor" to the cause of Universal Free iom, we are bound, as we hold their memo ry 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. — 23 February 1850

NO. 24. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. . . 95 The Human Flesh Market. Our reader, will remember the corrciomn lenco we published Inst week lietween Mr, William Ilnrned of New York nnd Bruin At Hill, Slave-denier in Alexandria, tlio oliject of which was to open the way for the re demption fioiii Slavery of beautiful daugh ter of Mrs. Nancy Cartright, and two sisters of the same woman, with their children. Tlie girl Emily was hcM at the enorrooui price of f 1800, on account of the heauty of lier person, which rendered her attractive to certain class of Southern gentlemen 1 Due of i.niily'a mints hud seven and the otli er (bur children, and the price of the whole was put at 5,300. What took place subse quently to this corrsondence w ill appear from the following letter to the Cleveland J roe Democrat. Washington City, Feb 9, 1849. i'eak democrat: Among the many heartrending scenes which are transpiring around us daily, I cannot forbear to give you short account of one in which 1 have had some...

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. — 23 February 1850

VOL. 5. 96 TIIE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Miscellaneous. The Bashful Cousin. Bt MM. tlAHaiET B. STOWS, HWr.kr? nud rnUiiLilcrttnrilinps are not i.cli In (I thii(. ii.Ur (.11, i t lit st i.ut tilM i.j o 'ueunist..i.cis idler rari. I remumbur a case in point. Every body in tlit country admired Jm.iIk.-Hji Edmunds, mid in truth she wi.s mi iilniirulili crcuture, Just miulo liir lulinirution, sonneteering, unil lulling in lovo w ith, niul iit-coi diiifily Ml lliu county ol ' wi in love Willi. Imr. 'J be columns ol every. Argun, niul llerunl, end Senlihel, unci U..scctto, unil Spectator, uiul idl Inmiiitr ol iicwsnpciH, ..hum, did Willi tliu illusions supplicatory ul Iter woi aliiw;i i. In short Miss Is.ilslU whs lliu object u nil the spina " jdoulity " in i. II lliu legion round IllNlllt. Now sliu.ll. not inliirjii my ror.dors liow liu looked; nmy just think of n Venus, a Psyche, u M-.donii.i, u Iniry, niul mi angel, ct Cwteru, mid nu will huvo u ve.y deluut.i lilc t on tin' Kint. . 1 must i ...

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 March 1850

iiimi ii - i i 1 - - - IVO UNIOIV WITH SIUTEHOtDEBS." JAJIE9 JtARX iBV, rnblUhlng Agent. OLIVER JOHNSON, Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA. go- OHIO, MARCH 2, 1850. WHOLE NO; 233. VOL. 5--N0. 25. THE ANTI-SLAVEUY BUGLE, rOBMSIIED EVERT SATURDAY, AT SALEM, COLUMD1A.VA CO., OHIO. TliltMS. $1,40 per annum, if paid within tho first six months of the subscriber' year. If paid bcibro Hire months of the year has expired, a deduction of twenty-five cents will be male, reducing the price to i-l.ij. If payment bo intilc in advance, or on tho receipt of tho flrat number, lilt) rents will bo deducted, making the i ibscription but 1. To nny person wishing to cxnmino the char acter of tho pa?or. it will bo furnished nix Manthi. for lil :y cents in advance t to all others ovrnin -tire cent will be charged. . No devfuTrSn from these term. r&"We ocjaslmally send number to those who aro not aubs.riticr, but who aro believed to bo intcri stei in tho dissemination of anti slavery truth, with tho hop, that ...

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 March 1850

98 .THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, VOL. 5. .iEljc 2lntt-SlatcrE! Bugle, si va tun aiLt wuica umu ti is mMTAMit or UBHIO IM TB a oitt, avb T ron inn ""-'" Snlotn, Ohio, 91 arch a, la) 4 9. ITU. C. (.New Warden, la. ha our thank for hi letter. We ahould hav published it this week., if w had not been crowded with natter that Would not to well boar keeping. Work to be Done. I now lettled tJiat the Convention to uind tli Conmitutidti or Ohio is to as omble on the 6th of Ma-, Tli election of delegate will tuko pluca on th first of April. Among ilia question which mint coma before that Convention Is thnt of grant ing to colored men the Right of Suffrage. '-The friend of Equal Right ought therefore to adojit at one tho most vigorous meas kirea to Influence th action of the body on ibis and kiudred subject, The whole Bute should be canvassed, and every man nd woman have an opportunity to sign ap propriate petitions. Till work should be attended to by the Executive Committee of Jocol An l-8layry Soc...

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 March 1850

N0.-25. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. 99 Cincinnati Correspondence. CINCINNATI, Feb. 15th, 1850. T tho Editor of tho Bufe : The wcathor it rather trite subject, and yet on that forcos itself upon our attention hero In the Queen City" just nt this time Variablo M our elimata is provorbially, I haro ncrcr known, tha wind and tcmpcraturo quite to changeable M within tho last three or four weeks. Wo have a change cvory day, and sometime several timet in tho tamo day damp and dandy weather, however, predominating. We have had aomo lis or aoven snow storms within two months, and ono to-day half snow and half hail, or rain which melts as usual loo toon M allow anything like tolcreblo sleigh lug. In despite, howover, of tho inclement weather, and almost constant bad walking in Our streets, tho Lecture leason has been woll im proved by our citizens. Concerts, Panoramas, Exhibitions, Lectures of every kind have sue ceeded each other in rapid succession, and not unfrcqucntly all our largo public Hal...

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 March 1850

100 THE ANTI-SLAVERY" BUGLE. VOL. ,5.. Miscellaneous. Have Women any Souls?—Tennessee Legislature Have Women any Souls?—Tennessee Legislature —Curious Debate. We happened accidentally o cost an eye n the proceedings of the felinciMco Leg islature, when wu were nt once iirrcsted ly to discussion on tho condition of Women, tvhlch wu rallier (lie lunniest thing in a legislature We have cuino ucross. A Mil Vm bcioro the I Ion to which, in substance, proposed to give wumcii thu light to tlicir own property, . Mr. Cuojiur adib-esaed tlie Hotiao at some length in luvor of the hill, nrguing to show that naturally woman i tlie eiinl of inuii, and ought to ho permitted to enjoy cpial right. The speech of tlie gentleman ws one of great iH-anty nti earnest, fervid, tmd cluiniuut eppeul in behalf of tho sorter ex. Aflcr tins, several motion were made to amend, and llnully to iudcfliiltcly postpone tho hill. . Mr. Moody mid lie desired the clclbnt of tho hill. It commenced Wrung, it ended wrong, ...

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 March 1850

OLIVER JOHSO, Editor. "NO TNION WIT M SLAVEHOLDERS." jja:tii:j niuxAnr, rubiuning Agent. VOL 5 -NO. 26. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MARCH 9, 1850. WHOLE NO. 234. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, ' piBr.tsnr.o evert satikdat, at &1LE.V, COLVMlif.lX.1 CO., OHIO. TEHMS. $1,!0 per nnmim, if paid within tho first six month of the subscriber's year. If paid before tlircc mouths of the year tin expired, deduction of twonty-Uvo cent will be made, rcdacina the price to l,2fi. If payment be made in advance, or on the receipt of tho first number, lift) cents will bo uodu.-ted, making the subscription but ft. To tny person wishing to examine tho char aster of tho paper, it will bo furnished six months, fur fifty cent in advance ; to all others, event y-tlvc cents will be charged. No deviation from these terms. lyWl occasionally send number to those who nro not subscribers, hut who nro believed to be interested in the dissemination of anti livery truth, with the hope that they will eith er suWribc 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. — 9 March 1850

Wiih Mr. Clay, that Congrcsa has lio moro coiisiittiiioniil' i.tiilii rity oor hi ivory hi the Hi. te. limn in the M.iiid of I ufti i ml most lull)' (!o I agree with t.iu a.iiiusLoii in liitt speech, but noi I be Jound in h reao'utiotis, ci' the right of Congress to cxcluilo shivery from t!:e conquered territories. Hence in iny opinion, tlio rsfusal to excrciso this light, cvvii to preserve the Union, would bo a cmaic iu tlio sight of Uod and mini. J en tcitttin no apprehension ol tlio severance of the l moil, lor Una cause, Mil noma me tew slaveholder, mm mc vast inuuinuie oi people, who have no tutorial in their madness seprrstc Irom w, upon them win re tne am, mm ujMin muni una tneir children will lull its punishment. Ijetus do what (od cotunwlids, mid lenve to 111 the conscqucutis. Yours trnlv, WILLIAM JAY. Another Compromise—from the Committee on the Territories. From the New York Tribune. The rumor rrnwn sli-onjer I hut tho Honso Commilteo on the 'I'errirnriea h;.s agreed nn 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 March 1850

Notes of Travel at the South. .(.Nw Oaiuo-s, Lvp., 2nd wo. lith, '0. , Vor friend, O. Johmsd I .When 1 parted with thee last Pall, It was my f ulention to give tlico some items of news from the South over the cognomen of An Observer I but whilo there tho Observer found himself so closely' obc.rred tlint it seemed prudent, at leant, to leave my promise unredeemed. But now I nm nt home, nnd have none of Slavery's watch-dogs to be peeping over my shoulder while I write, I nm willing to givo a brief ketch of tho visit. We spent ncorly time months in the States of Mississippi, Louiimin, "nnd Alabama, nnd travclcJ more than 2,'"00 tnilcs ir) their bounds. rX M ill commence by attempting a description of tho present condition of nlnves in tho dis tricts through which we passed. Tlio most I Hhtill say in relation to this mutter was drawn from persons With whom wo conversed, mid their testimony amounted so nearly to entire Ulianuuity that the moat skeptical ma t believe. I loaruod very littl...

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 March 1850

Miscellaneous. The Evil at our own Doors. We are wont to suppose tlint because this ! a free country honest industry nix I biting i ni; iiuvor go logctncr, except in rases ol ity uovor go together, except in roses of vico or accident Tho following Circtilnr ..11.. ... . .i:iv . ;no tnry Ullicruni Sinry 1 TO THE HUMANE. A Petition from Tailoresses of the City and County of Philadelphia. Tho Wititrr Is upon us, nn.l distress and tvnnt stnro us in tho liicc. By rcoson of the low prices lor which wc ore obliged to work, ninny of us nro found by the midnight lamp, and until d iybrcak, nt tho needle, laboring forn pittance which is scarcely siillir.iciit fir the necossilics of tho Summer oration. Kent must bo paid, ami clothiiur Imnirht. and oil en, in Winter, our usual supplies Ihil, and wc must org- for work from the public benevo lent institutions, or nt the tailor's stores, when, if we hud it fair price (or our hdsir, wo could maintain ourselves. Aged parents nre to be supported by ma...

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. — 16 March 1850

OLIVER JOHNSON, Editor. NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." J A BAIINABV, PHllllilnff ABint. VOL. 5-NO, 27. SALEM, COLUMBIANA C0.40IIIO, MARCH 16, 1850. WHOLE NO. 235. IE TIIE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, PUBLISHm EVttar iATl'RDAT, IT S.1LEM, COLVMB1A.YA CO., OHIO. TERMS. $1,60 per annum, if paid within the flntt six months of the auhncribcr' year. If pi4 brfore three month of the year hit xpirod, deduction of twenty-five cent will De mule, reducing the price to ft 1,25. If payment bo made in advance, or on the receipt of tho Brut number, fifty rent will be aertHoteu, making the subscription but f 1. To any person wishing to cxamino tho char. actor ot uio paper, It wiu be furnished six month, for fifty cent in advance ( to nil other, MTonty-nve cent will bo charged. No deviation from theso terms. Wo occasionally sond numbers to thoso who are not subscribers, but who are believed to be interested in tho disneminntion of anti slavery truth, with the hone that they will cith. or subacril)0 themselves,...

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 March 1850

An Illustration of the Mild Slavery at Washington. Correspondence of The True Democrat. Washington, Feb, 28, 1850. A worthf neighbor hn in hi employ nil t-ldcrly colored woman, who belonged to ouo Of the " clmulroiia" ann of Virginia, now a tlci k ill ouo of the Doiiartiiieiita. Owner ml Ciluvc arc member of lliu Alelhodist Church. Thin wumnn in iIhj mother of thirteen children, end oim nlu r another hue Injen turn from her unri taken to lb liir South, The luttt one young daughter Upon whom the mother thmlcd lived with her muster uud iiiirilrcs, but .vns treated in no humane persona von Id treat o hiute. ejluvery him no lienil; it crmnot leil,'" Oluui did her shriek Bud liimeuliitiona, as her brutibh master applied tlw gory lush to 1 ....I,... I I .11... ..-I. f!,n f.vi mm. ii vivii, biuiidv uiiu iiiruiiw neiehbors, l his monster, or II.:. ... ,ii.. ,!,,, Methodist clerk, would viten tio her up by M II1S 1II1.IIS1, la 11 ,,,. . lier hands, and apply the lush to lier uare buck until ...

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. — 16 March 1850

Taking the Back Ground. , Jt'niEND ohnbo.i: Why is it Ihntthc great champions of the Hay me Inking the bark ground ? A few days ego, wo pruned the following lines to KhL A. I). Ureen, a noto rious debater ( hihI wlio, fir bin lolil defence f certuiti religious tenets, has been styled by sonic tb great npostlo of Campbell, ism. ' Mr. Cnr.rv Dear Sir: I regret that there 5 such a clitlerence lietweoii you and your brethren, ni'd myself religiously : but I ntn compelled ti regard you ns having pone far Dcvonu " what is written : ' In view ot w lnrli von nre invited to ihctivs iiiihliclv the fol lowing question : Is it right for llio Chris ti.m to liceome a pnrty to nny sj stem of civil Government Wbirli punishes "otlcnders by fines, imprisonment, or death' Thin question embrace tbo practice of vour brethren, ana it you think it right, I nope you will come up like n uinn mid give lis "thus snith tbc Ijoru" some cxiimplu of Christ or bit apostles, to sustain it, (if you be nblc) at you n...

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. — 16 March 1850

Miscellaneous. Thoughts for a Young Man. BY HON. HORACE MANN. Let mo ask, whether, nniong oil lho ioc taclcs which earth present, nml which an gels ni'ip lit look down upon with an ecstary too deep fur utterance, is Ihoro one fairer nod more enrapturing to tlio fix1'1 than 'hot of Joung mini, just fresh from the Creator's ramis, snd with tho unspent energies of the coming eternity wrapped up in his Imisoiii, surveying am recounting, in the solitude) (if hit closet or in tho darkness of midnight, the iniffhty gilts with which ho linn licen endowed, ami Uic mngnilicent career of use fulness and ol blessedness wlni'li has been opened lo!6ro him! and resolving, with one all-concentrating and all-hallowing vow, that A uUl live true to the noblest eapacUies of hit being, and in ehtilicnce to the highest Inw of his nature J If aught enn bo nobler or suhli . trier ibiin Ibis, it is tho lite that fulfils the vow. Huch a young limit reverences the tho divine skill and wisdom by which bis ihys...

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. — 23 March 1850

uc: v OJ-IVI.lt JOJINSONj Editor. "NO UNION WITH 8LATEIIOLDEBS." .. t JAMi: B lIHAni, Pnbllxlilnff ABent. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MARCH 23, 1850. WHOLE NO. 236. ;r i C1 im. -N- THli VNl'I-SL-UKKY -UL'OLE, pt'Bt.uHr.n evert HATtfnoAT,' at ' i SALEM, COLVMBL1XA CO., OHIO. X git Mi. -: '' v (11,10 per annum, if ptdd .within tho first six 0 montiis of the subscriber" year. If paid bcf ro thrca mouth of tho year hn xplrcd,' a deduction of twenty-rive ceut will " ; be inn lc, ro.lucing ths price to $1,23. ! If pnymcut bo mndo in advance, or on tho , 1; receipt of the tint number, tifl) -cent will bo " deducted, making the subscription but ft 1. . To sny person wishing to cxumhio the char--n' actor of tho paper, it will bor furnisher! nix month, for fifty cents in advance; to all others, , Iovemy-nvo cents will bo charged. ; . ' ' ' , NT (Icriatiju frrtm tliC30 tcrun. , , ; 'lT19r"Vo oc.-asl mn'.ly send numbers to those ) who aro not (tubs -rl hers, but who nro believed .' to be intcr...

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. — 23 March 1850

WEBSTER'S SPEECH. EXTRACTS. Slavery Excluded by Nature California and New Mexico. Al to CaUronveand New Mexico, 1 ho d Slavery to bo excluded front these territories hy a law cVcn Bi"rtor In tliut which admits nd sanctions it m Texan. 1 nienn the law tf nature of physical geography the Inw .. of thn formation of tho earth. The Ihw sot ties forever, with strength beyond all terms ef huninn enactment, that shivery rnuimt exist in California or New Men co. Understand me, sir; 1 menu slavery na " we regard it; slaves in tho gross, of the col- xtrca raco, translerablc liy sale and delivery liko other property. I shall not discuss that HinL 1 leave it to thn learned gentlemen who have iiiidertakeii to dirusnrtt hut I -mppone tliere is no slave of that description in tnhfWuia now. I undeift md that pcon- isnV, a sort of penal servitude, exrMs there, or rather a soil ol voluntary eale of a man and liis oOVpring lor debt, na it is arranged and foists in km ne parts of Culilhruia and New -Mex...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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