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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 23 March 1850

Congress. Vonrfoy, Uarrh 1 1 .In the Sbxatb Mr. Sew ard mado (rest speech on tht question of the slay. It wu emphatically On speech of the na tion, bold, manly and vigor. W shall give wxtrsct next week. lb the Hotjsb Mr. Stanton of Tennessee and , toiler of Massachusott made epeochee ; the former tor, the latter against Slavery. Mr. fowler Is an Orthodox Doctor of Divinity, rs ther ambitiously inoliaed, whom the Whig put forward a a wool-pigeon to catch the vote of MaaMchusctta Piety for Oen. Taylor. His apcecb, we confess, though in tome place a Ut ile doughy, is much better than our anticipa tion. He said I The extension of Slavery would be a wrong to the friend of humanity, and w cannot and will aot do it, come what may. The trainer of the Constitution, from tho North and the South, acted on the principle that Slavery should not be extended beyond the State where it then ex isted, and that in no long timo it would come to an end. This, he endeavored to show, had beou carried out ...

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 March 1850

Miscellaneous. From the Centreville (Ia.) True Democrat. The Convention of Congregational Friends. Tin Convention, liclil at Grccnulioro, Henry County, Imliana, the lGlb nml 17lli init., wns attended by hundreds of ersons, ud excited an impressive Interest. Ail in teresting hitter win rel, nililresseii to mo Convomieu by Richard it. Glnrier, of Michi- pan. Tho inclement Reason of tho year did tint prevent the attendance of mnny from distance; one aged nmti, morn thnn eighty- two year old, walked over thirty mile to lio present, SSomu of n Committco from tliu Green Plain Yearly Meeting were, also in ut- ' tiitidinci, nmong tlir.in Jcssa Holmes, Joseph A. D.i.vd.de, mid llirir wives. Thu subject of religious organization was cahvassed lit length, mid tliu iittcudaucQ continued to in ere; wo until lliu large Liliorty Hall would not wniit tlio listening nml uiientivo mulienee. Tho Business ('omiiiittee of ten men nud women, S-'di I Itnlin v, Ph'i.s-iiit Johnson, Hamuli'. Small, &.C....

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. — 30 March 1850

OMVr.II JOII.MSOft, Editors MO in ION WITH SLAVE II OLDE ICS.1 JAJins nAIIXARV, IutlililnR Agent. I i VOL. 5-NO. 29. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MARCH 30, 1850. WHOLE NO. 237. , THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUULE, , PUDLI3HEO EVERT BATl'nDAT, AT . SALEM, COLV.Mnu.YA CO., OHIO. T is n M s . 'jt'v'O per annum, if paid within the first six 'rnonths of the subscriber's rear. If paid boforo tlirco months of the year has xpirod, a deduction of twonty-livo cents will be made, reducing the prico to $1,25. If payment bo miulo in advance, or on the rwcipt of tho first number, tilt) cents will he deducted, making the subscription but $1. To any person wishing to examine the char acter of tho paper, it Trill be 'furnished six months, for fllty conts in advance ; to all others, ovcnty-ilvo cents will be charged. No deviation from these, terms. "' fW Wo occasionally send numbers to those who aro not subscribers, but who oro believed to bo interested in tho dissemination of anti slavery truth, with tho 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. — 30 March 1850

: t" ; Ucn roil it.d:.ls, (on frr cncli slave Slot.:,) KIi..... ., ,i'....,u himv.r.lii timnrti V. H'l r'.mnuiv ...v. n "I""' of them f our government ahull deem most v.a.thv of tlmt itorior. .1 l'rk1fn.fl Thni TYtnlwtlit avvAnnt until n cablo Uutivi! mill soiigeuncn against nil nlsil.- tinn rniMiioa rl' rtmv ilmr i nilinn ! Ilillt it shall be tho iluty ol nil faithful Dinliulians lo dinounro vilily, limit down, lynch, i-xtcrmi- lecie and bullish to heaven every wietcti who .presumes to express ail luiiiofl abhorrence ol' pvrv, or of llml gloiinue Union, whim, liUu n "tvnll ol iiil.nn.'iiit, protects it ; provided always, thut none ol our liivorile puliiiciahs, v. lio uro sometimes obliged lo fe'gn opposi tion to slavery, in ordnr lo inniingu thu peo ple, Ik in any tvisu molested. 0. Resolved, Tlmt Hit) new meneiire pro- potd in Congress lo pimido lor iho inorocl tcctu: I rccapturu of liigitivu al.it im IhmiIiI rcccivo our undivided mid immt vigorous n Jiorf, mid tlmt iinniediulf cf...

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. — 30 March 1850

Letter from Jonathan Huddleston. The Ant pott of our venerable friend' cpls tip, relating to the Greensboro Conference, wo omit, because the Information it conveys ha been anticipated. 1. Bugle. ... I will proceed to give sotno of my own expo , titnee, reflection and conviction. Although 1 i was never educated to believe in hangit j tho Quakers, yet boing a descendant from old Ma. ' aachusetts, I was educated to hclievo In witch ! , and to feel implicitly bound to belicro every I word of a book In which it i written, Thou halt rot suffer a witch to live." And although the groat and loomed and pious Baxter pro- nounoed the unbeliever in witches nn " obdu ' rate Badducee," yet I havo como to the conclu sion, that those old notions of witches wcro more tho product of priestcraft, superstition and I ignorance, than reality. It was said thnt when William Ray " returned from tho moon, in his , air balloon," in reporting of tho destitution of ' the inhabitants there compared to us, ho s.ii...

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. — 30 March 1850

Miscellaneous. The Golden-Haired Beggar Girl. A ROMANCE IN REAL LINE. Tlio following facts and incidents are strict )y true, the proper tinmen of tlio parties ouly being omitted for obvious reasons. - . "' Some seven or eight year ago, among the pay and dashing throng who promenaded ItroadwaV, a well dressed mid nohlo looking female stopped at rJtewart's fashionable dry good atore, tlicn opposite the Turk. As the wui nhoiit lo enter the door alio wng accosted by little girl eight Or Nine years of ogfl, who begged ibr a lew pennies. Tho child Waa dirty and' rugged, without boniiut or Shoes, but remarkable tor peculiar beauty, Very luir kiu,jct black cjcm, great sweet ness ot voire, modest mid winning duinuiui' or, mid huir which shono in tlio sun like threads of lino iuiU I. Iho lady envo her some silver, utter Hint Inquiring where isho -lived. Tho next djv this dnliln;r lady called nt a tniHcrnbln house in Elm street, whrro sho found tho gnlden-huiivd lM-ffiir who had accosted her 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. — 6 April 1850

wrrr w i sr - lis ' OLITCR JOn.XSO, Kdltor. aro vnioiv with rlaveholdgui." JAMES BAHWABY, Pit MiMil tiff Agent. 'VOL. 5-N0.30. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, APRIL 6, 1850. WHOLE NO. 238. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, -' ' FCC-USHED EVCST tATTRDAT, AT . S.1LEM, COLUMBL1X.1 CO., OHIO. TERMS. 1,150 per irnimn, if paid within tho first six snonths of tha subscriber's roar. f if poM bcfors throe month of tho year hns axpircd, a deduction of twonty-tlvo cent Will be ms.de, reducing the price to f 1,24. ' If payment be msdo in advance, or on the receipt of tha Unit number, fifty ccnta will bo aoductod, making tho subscription out Si. To any person wishing to cxamino the chsr actcr of tho paper, It will bo furnished six months, for fifty cents in advance ; to all others, savanty-firs eenu will be charged. . No deviation from these term. ly W occasionally send numbers to thoso Who are not subscribers, but who are believed to be- interested In the dissemination of anti aUvarr truth, with tho bono 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. — 6 April 1850

Fugitive Slaves. Th InJepcmUnl (we premise the wri ter in Hr.nar Wad Dcicnm) in a trumpet toned editorial on the Inte Hpeeche In the Henate, thus, touches the question of Slave Reclamation r- ' J M Doc Mr. Webster tiel'ieve that he is the Exponent of Massachusetts, or of New-Eng-lend. lit this monstrous inhumanity ? Tum enactments enough to fill all the archives of the Senate, ami your slave-catcher shall not budge an inch faster or further thnn he now does in the North. Every yromnn along tho Volley will run tho itavo and trip tho shame leas hunter. liread and shelter, protection and direction will he the slaves portion north of Mason nnd Dixon's line witli more certainty and effect every year that elniiscs, until the diiy of Emancipation, It will I) so, not from any special liking to tho blacks, for they are not favorites 5 not from any hos tility to the Houth, for on every other ques tion than 8 la very tho South will find no tru er friends than in the North. It will bo so, hecnu...

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. — 6 April 1850

A Model Congregational Church. In tills degenerate nee, when darkness overs tho iartd and grow darkness the peo ple, the spirits the true-hearted are ever refreshed ftt (he discdvery of city set upon hill 1 with the light of each denizen shed- ding ertfiind a halo of glory from spiritual candlesticks. Such phenomenon does In deed soirietiines appear and is always noted a a harbinger Of tlio yood time coining;' and to rliecr the desponding and increase the faith of the fuidifltl, as well as to render praise where praise is already due, Iain induced to call attention to a Model Con gregational Church, radiating its light and heat from this place. In relation to its ar ticles of faith, it is only necessary for me to say, It is strictly orthodox on human depravi ty, never finding It necessary to go lieyond its own communion for living witnesses to illustrate the fulness of the fall. Tho doc triu e of future rewards and punishment is also a cherished Idea with them, enabling them as it d...

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. — 6 April 1850

Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous. Leaden Thieves---Singular Meeting. . We clip from London paper the follow ing account of n voiy curious iiiociiug, the reHiiU of the eflbrt ot' philanthropic indU iduul, Mr. llet ry Mayhew, one of the re jwnwi of the Morning Chronicle, who ha eridreeeed Mmeslf to the ink or reclaim. Ing the juvenile thlirewho wnrm in that Unhvlnn nf the modern world. At the first rending, one it apt 10 suoct something of Pickwickian cluinictnr in tlio account, re garding it oil o a fancy sketch ; but it is treated as soIkt verity ly the London print, and we supposo it ought to be regard ed such. A meeting of hn unprecedented chnrnr.tcr vnt held at the British I'nion School Room, Bhukspoare Walk, Shadwell, on tha even ing of Arondoy week. It wn convened Iry the Metronolitnn correspondent of the Chron icle for tho purposo of assembling together torn of tho lowest class of male juvenile thieves and vagabond who infest the me tropolis and tin) country at large and al though...

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. — 13 April 1850

OLIVEIt JOHNSON, Editor. NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDER." JAMES BARXABV, Pablifthlnf Agent. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, APRIL 13, 1850. WHOLE NO. 239. VOL. 5-N0.31. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, PCaUSIICD KVKRY SATURDAY, AT SALEM, COL UMJHA.YA CO., OHIO. TERMS.. fcl.fiO per annum, if paid within tho Erst six months of tho subscriber's year. If paid before tliroa months of tho year has expired, a deduction of twcnty-Hvo cents will bo made, reducing tho price to $1,26. If payment bo mado in advance, or on tho receipt of the first number, lift) cents will bo deducted, making the subscription but si. To any ncraon wishing to cxamino tho char acter of tho paper, it will bo furnished six months, for fifty cents in advance ; to all others, Mvcnty-Uve cents will bo charged. No deviation from these terms. t3T Wo occasionally send numbers to thoso who are not subscribers, but who aro believed to bo interested in tho dissemination of suti slavery truth, with tho hope that they will eith- or subscribe 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. — 13 April 1850

Faith in the Right. We hear a grant deal altont infidelity, in ; age j the cliuruli sounds ninny tin hlorni against it, the very luime is need liy tier u an sin.thema l vut exactly what tlie tiling is, ' is perhaps tint dourly evident to ninny mind. 1 "Each Beet would git ill own ilthniiioii of :f . : It, accoiduig to peculiar creed. IJut there v. ia kind ot inlidHity very prevalent among j v men, of which the church anya little, per-j M i,nlM, ucca,mf aUou,V H w"",n. T . '? it is subtle in ita sophistry, and ualetul hi ita influence on the soul. We refer to n went of Inith in a fixed standard of Right, a which aouietiuica degenerates into absolute I disbelief of any immutable principles of riirht mid wroiur. In the latter form it is ., . sometimes developed to such a degree, tluit " nil distinction lietwoen Right and Wrong " ore confounded, nnd the very existence of '.! Ood lis it Moral Governor of llic Universe, in.! implicitly denied. The advocates of this theory (when the sentim...

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. — 13 April 1850

. G7"We lo not know iu what paper the following won first published, but the eiiti '. menu it convey Jo honor to the head end ; heart of the writer, Who ie en Active end In ' fluential politician of tlie Freesoil party, re elding in Akron. Rights of Woman. I em ewarc, Mr. Editor, of the encere that will follow the rending of tho shove cap tion. Every eliellow luped tnat disgraces e pair of breeches, will be ready to take up arm to defeat such a dangerous innovation ia our contemplated constitution as will se cure to woinun en equal rank with men in the scnlc of creation. Error long tolerated become "sanctified by years," until it Is her esy, rank, abominable heresy to seek to re move them. So long has woman been looked upon as the " weaker vessel " as a beautiful toy for the amusement of the lords of creation, . that it is almost political euicido for a man to cloini for her an equal rank with himself 1'oels have sung her charms and culled her the Goddess of the earth. Politicians h...

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. — 13 April 1850

Miscellaneous. The Plowman. BY O. W. HOLMES. Clear the brown path to moot his eoultcr'i f gleam 1 , . ' 1.0, on bo coma behind bit smoking tram. With, toii'a br'ijht dew-drops on bia sun-burnt brow, The lord of earth, tho horoof the plow I First In (1)0 Sold bcibro tho reddoning sun, Lsnt In tho sha lows when tho day is done, T h.s tnVrluio along tho bursting sod 1Uv. i broad seres whero hi foot have trod ; S.iU wV.ro he trcuds the sfu'ilorn clo:l divide, 'i'ika smooth, fresh furrow opens deep and wide, Mnttod and denao the tangled turf upheaves; Mvllow and dark tho ridgy cornfield cleaves, Uj the steep hillsido where the laboring train rtiU the long track that scores the level plain ; Tbrou,;U tho inoirt valley, clogged with oozing .'tl.-.r. The pa', -cnt convoy breaks its destined way Al every turn the loosening chains rewound. Thd '' swinging plowshtro circles glistening .. ro'ji.j, ... Till tho wide field one billowy waste appears, Ahd wci.ricd liandj unbind the panting steer. '...

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. — 20 April 1850

OLIVER JOHNSON, Editor. !IO UNION WITH SLATEnOLDEIH." JAMES BAUXABY, rnblUlttna; Ant VOL. 6-NO. 32. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, APRIL 20, 1850. WHOLE NO. 240. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, rrBLISHRO EVERT SATTnDAT, AT SJLEM, COLUMBL1.V.1 CO., OHIO. TERMS. 91,60 per annum, if paid within tho firtt six monthi of tho sulwcribcr's your. If pnid before throe months of tho year ha aspired, a deduction of twcnty-llvo cent will bo miule, reducing tho prico to $1,25. If payment bo mndc In advance, or on tho receipt of tho Hrst number, fifty rentj will be deducted, making the subscription but $1. To any person wishing to cxainino tho char acter of tho paper, it will bo furnished six month, for Hlty cents in advance; to all others, stTt-nty-nvo cents will bo charged. No deviation from these terms. Of Wo occasionally send numbers to those who ere not subs.-ribcrs, but who arc believed to be interested in tho dissemination of anti alavcry truth, with tho hope that they will cith er lubscribc themselv...

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. — 20 April 1850

Slave-breeding---Sale of Women, &c. Correspondence of The True Democrat. WASHINGTON, March 30. Csstlimas: Nothing said nt the pres ent session ol Congress appears to have giv en Southern men xi fc.rc.it ollciiec, im tlm ni IHHika olTlinddelis Stevens, Uion the breed ing of mankind lor the market, by tliu th.va'.ry ol Virginia. They hove nut i-euncd to brand it mb vulgar, indecent, bikI ofHnsivo beyond endurance. No one denied llio liicts, but to speak ti mil roKMM-iuiT tlio slave-breeding btisuius.s w is iiiniiforuhlu. A p nilciiiBii in whom 1 rtKwe perfect confidence, itilurmed tno to-d.iy, that re cently Hit order wn received Irom Virginia for lot of women j iiimo were to Ihi pur chased, except ihoso who were Jomig mill tvero krowii in lio useful liir tliu purpose Intended. Vfy-onj y.tnf Mittiai were collected, cneli Willi nt li-nr-t fine rliild, unci no child over liv Jems old. They were torn from tin ir h sIi iiiiIm, and tho riiildruii from their lathers, mid wore marched in...

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. — 20 April 1850

It the making it dopendent upon any uhjocL Mr. Foote't motion for select committco was then luicl on the table, temporarily. In the House, on tho 8th, Mr Vinton tempted to get through a resolution author Iziug the President to detail thirty seamen and auch officers aa he may think proper join Mr. Giinnell'a exMJitinu in aearch oir jonn iraiiKim, urn me anempi was un ucccesful. 1 lie Slavery question was then taken up, ami JHr. Wallace ot . U freed )iia mind on that subject. Tho burden his discourse was that tho non-Extension Slavery is abolition in disguise Mr. Jnlin- on of Ky., followed in a speech against aearoting the admission of California from the Territorial question, and pledging Ken tucky to fight if she is dishonored by North eru fanatics. Mr. Kaufinnn tried to get a voto of tho House against the movements in New-Mexico for on organization of that Territory in dependent of Texus, but failed. Finally i motion was made by Mr. Conger of N. Y. to cut down iestage to a uniform ...

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. — 20 April 1850

Miscellaneous. Flogging in a Manof-War. fTTrnMAS Mrt.vtl.tis, In hit new work, 'White J..kct, or llic Wnrlil inn Msn-of-' ar,' has perlormetf, saya the New Ymk Tribune, an ex tcllcut ncrvico In revealing the wrra ot hi prison-house, and ('filling the puhlia attention to the indescribable alicniinuliona oCllio navul lilo, rocking with tlio rankest corruption, enielty, and blood. He writes without 111-tcnipcT, or prejudice, with no distempered, scntin.cntnl philanthropy, but vividly portraying acence of winch ho woa tho constant witness. It la not often that an observer of hi shrewdness and penetration i admitted behind tho acetic, and atilllcH often, that tho result of personal expe rience ore presented in aurli hUh-wrought pic tures. A man of Melville' brain and en ia a dancrom tharaoter in the presence of o ginantio humbug, and thoic who are intcrci'c.l in the preservation of rotten aSupps, had lictter atop thnt ehicl from Inking notes." The following account of a Flopng'in a U.' 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. — 27 April 1850

OUVUlt JOHNSON, Editor. "NO UNION WITH I1.AVEIIOLDERS." JAMES BARNABY, Publishing Agent. VOL. 5--N0. 33. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, APRIL 27, 1850. WHOLE NO. 241. . THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, rCIMIHED EVERT lATURPAT, AT SALEM, COLUMBIA.VA CO, OHIO. TERMS. $1,60 per annum, if paid within tho first six month of the labscnbcr t Tear. If paid btfrre three month of tho year hna tpirod, a deduction of twonty-flvs cent will D mui, reducing the pnee to C1.2S. If payment be mado in advance, or on tho receipt of the first number, tiftj ecnta will be aeauctcd, making the lubscnption but CI. To any person wishing to examine the char- aoter of the paper, it will be furnished aix inontha, for fifty ecnta in advance ; to all other, aeventy-aro cent wul bo charged. No deviation from those term. XW We occasionally cnd number to thane who are not uWribers, but who aro believed to be Interested in the duwcminntion of anli alavery truth, with tho hope that they will cith er (uhscribe themclvc, or uhc 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. — 27 April 1850

I MtV AOrTAI'IO WBIS THBHK U CAUS1 FOB tr Tin alarm npi.t which Sl'MUXE Tim 1 V 1 AMTASTi Or A CtTV, ATIi TUK.1t IHOM BB1NO .. ftcmtan tit their Tip.ht. lhirlit, Salem, Ohio, April 37, ETJ. W. Walx will give an Anti-Slavery r Address In Friends' meeting-house on Green ' etreet, to-morrow (Sunday) evening at half-past ' 7 o'clock.' Savcu. ItnooK will also be pros 1 nt, and may perchance liava something to any , upon tho great question of the day. We hope , to net a large meeting. t, . t3PTHi ISvolb of thie week will bo acnt to rnany individuals in different porta of the coun try who aro not sulwcribcrs, but whoso interest In the proceedings of the Womon'a Convention t will make it for once at loost a welcome visiter. To uch let ua any, that while wo nA no com pensation for dio trouble nml inconvcnlenco - which tho prompt publication of thcc proceed ings has cost us, (having given tbcuiaplaco In ntir eolumns ton amore,) wo shall nevertheless bo glad if this 'good turn ' in aid of a ca...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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