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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 27 April 1850

"lhubjoctln tho family circle, Inpubllo iwera. blic and through the press. Ict us flood tho Convention with memorinls and addresses, trustina to truth and a rmhtrou cause for the aucccni ot our effort. LETTERS. From Mercy L. Holmes. SELMA, April 12th, 1850. To the Women's Convention, assembled in Salem, April 19th. - Dear Suiter ; There arc ntiiini ', ber of ua in this vicinity who would rejoice to be with you ( nny more, wlm would feel it among the proudest nets of our lives, could ' Wo hdnr and be henrd in this first jrrent meet i Ingof " Western rehe's," but circumstances do i bolder . v I, ' TIV J' "'.'r.: : teeof yo ur .p, intme ,, teO.retl.0 I dogate. nh S'n.,eCu"'.",,m' ,l10 f l 'oxl ?T J, "'"7; I"-winy ccmlikor at her 'f.. . !; ll"-",n 11,0 '";s,y "'.""t?1' : i';" B'V " 'i4,0-9 """''I'H-VJ1"1': , ,. ' 'iii .. ofiiiuiiiiii aim uiscus on woi iii no ( r i that a Conm.itln of V,..r.. wl,l mil (J.hI.. 1. 1 .!... I .11 thw n iVi. ,yJ .l " n , V - H T iT I' " Mehavo' "wg lry- thev ...

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. — 27 April 1850

THE BUGLE. Ohio Woman's Convention. LETTERS. From Lydia Jane Pierson. LANCASTER, Pa., April 12, 1850. To ih member of the Convention t Ladies : Mont earnestly ilo I thank you for the kind rnni'ulxnra nml irnoil will with which you linrs invited me to Is present nnd tnke jart In the nroceediniw of an Equal Rights Con vention, to lie held t Snlcm, Ohio, on the l!hh mid 0th of the current month. Joy filly would I hasten to be present with you, but urn prevented by insurmountable obsta cles from profiling by your wisdom, or lend ing my insignificant aid in the good cause you have in hand. No pciron can be more deeply impressci! ttuin 1 am with the utterly wrong basis on which society at present rests, 'lo use tho words of Bcripture, 'The fmmdntionsof the earth are out of course.' You express a fenr thnt I am not as radical as you could with. 1 fimcy thnt no cihoii sees more pliiinly, or feels more dcenlv. the wroiurs which the strong inflict uK)n the weak, than my hoiii lile scl J have ...

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. — 4 May 1850

f 7 1 w v. Mvi:it joicvsox, r.itor. NO UNION WITH SI. A YEHOLDEHI." JAttES BAHNAKV, rnbllshln; Agent- :Y0L5r-N0. 34. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MY 4, 1850. WHOLE NO. 242. A7 7n THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE;: ' POI,IH0' EVSRT TCDAt,' AT S.iLE.T, COLUMIilAXA CO., OinO. . $1,60 t tnnun, if paid within the first six months of the nutwcribor' year. ' It paid butbro tbxCa months of the year hut expired, a daduction of twenty-live ccnis wiu b made, reducing the price to $1,29. If payment ho made in advaiioe, or on tho noeipt of the first number, Bftj cent will bo Uductci, making the subscription out ft. To nv ncron wudvinx to cxamino the char aetcr of tho Tia.wr, it will be famished six month, for ufty cents in advance; to all others, MVctn y-ltvo ceuto wUl he cnArgco, Vrt itoriatinii IVmt, thmO tCrill. IFWc occasionally send numbers to those who are not subscribers, but . who wo believed to bo iiitcrctel in tho dissemination 01 anu alavrnvtrntlL. with tho houa that they will cith or subscribe...

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. — 4 May 1850

Ohio Women's Convention. Ohio Women's Convention. LETTERS. From Sarah Pugh. Lkwrpnrlnn TiTlti extremely V.MitlM f tli gronnili full bf shrwhbary and flowors, the .'splendid dairy, the green houses Knd eonvrva tortcs, four or 8v of them appropriated to fruit -and lowen and rare plant in larire "numtH-r the Whole presenting groat taste and skill. Mf. lAWrence' htiprovMrient are not bowple- red r sh is extendine; her shrubbery and walk, -Ua ia nndoubtpdlr one of th moat H ilful eul- ator and fl(rit in the eountry ( toantry botuutinH with them)--aiid rarrioi off mora . Jriaae at the IlnrticCltund Exhihidonf tbnn M jiwat anyone olw. I am told Mr. Lawrnnre in o emliMirl aurircnn in London, and the whole wmm urjm in ixriiann, ana xne wnoie oountry p'mb i enrW Mrs. I.awrcnce'i naenh' Calmuiit's Leiltri ram Emvpt. or in ooum jtiao afontenh' - ItA FatCKDa-Aa I finisJmJ rcuding nia pnragrnpU, your kttor Invitiug ruo to jrour ConvPTition, to b held the llKh inrt, waa handed mo. 1 catiDoLoal irl...

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. — 4 May 1850

Virginal and Ohio. 4 .n Columbus Stali Journal tlius nets forth tbe fact iii tlie case sybich induced the Oov ernoriof Virginia to recomincud recently to tbe Legislature to, adopt system or repri ali upon .the people of Ohio for their refu- aal to aid ana abet in ilat-catcbing for the tirginianai .-, , , A black man, called Buck, otherwise Oil van once a alava in Hampshire county, Va. had, by the last will and teatoment of hi miMtef; been kef free, 1 lie came to the State of Ohio and settled, i 'After aome time he went back to hie old home, and loon return ed to Ufua. Alter he left Virginia the grand jury 01 Hampshire county found a bill of ti uictment against bimt Mid bill contained two eon ate.-vt ,j - ipi'. i i t Tlie first count chnrgee Buck with advitinf certain slave,, called. Ncleou, to abscond iwn ma mnHtnr, 1 , i: The aecond count charge Iilin with fur mailing Nelaon with a copy of Ida former master's will, by w hich bo, Buck, waa libert tied, for tliu purpose of being need...

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. — 4 May 1850

MRS. JONES' ADDRESS. [Continued from first page. ] It. limn won 1' have to vatiiMiah poverti- tent ami deny men the right to participate in iL I desire tlmt the question be Bellied by argument and tmtir" It ia thus nettlci', 1, for fhull not cenae to aid In it acital 0 i. Let us not lie like rhl drni that can 19 puds fled with toys, orl;k: silly h 1 whose head can be turned by a compliment but lt l act tike women, rational reflecting women, W" ant,w ,ue,f right, and knowing, dure nvdittjiiii Hutu. " ' ' lite tiivino nam ol kings to rim, ever weir sul'jf.TtH, Uioiili row nieumimbly exploded, Wi.i once uuivrrsnlly lxllTed) and ao when tie tinwiwiivil tlocti ntof the divine r if: lit if man to rule over wotniiu, iacxnniiiied and trtrted hr the louclitono of truth, the latter will' t o tinmd to Iki hs Ahatird, r.a Iximv Icwi oil l r.a tyrnnniml'm tin' fnrnirf. fnin nwme th it umtiy ohjertionanio ur)fed Bjhtnct the piopriviy uiiil 'XN'dieiiry 'f wo iihiii jKirtictpaiuiK in tha lii;r ot j...

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. — 11 May 1850

OLIVEH JOIIWSOX, Editor. "NO DJriOJI WITH ti iiATEIIOLDERgi" JAMES IIAH-N lDV, rufelitliiaf Agent. - VOL. 5 -NO. 35. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MAY 11, 1850. WHOLE NO. 243. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, ' PUBLISHED EVERT SATCRDAT, AT S.1LE.V, COLVMHUXA CO., OHIO. TERMS. $1,50 per nnnum, if paid within tlio first six months of tho snrmcribcr's year. ' If .paid boforo three month of the year has expired, deduction of twonty-livo ccnta will be made, reducing the price to jJljlM. It payment ho made in advance, or on the receipt of the tint number, Hit) cents will be ucnuoiou, making the sulncriptinn hut 11. To ny person wishing to cxamitio tho chur actor oi mo paper, it will ho luriu-dicd six mont'n, for fifty cent in advances to nil others. evemy-tlve cents will he charged No drvimioit from thce terms. t." Wo occasionally kcihI nunuVrs to those Who are not su'h Tp-nrs, but who nro believed to be ihtrroste I in the iliemin:ition of anti slavery (ruth, wiih tho honethnt thev will eith orsulw...

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. — 11 May 1850

(jy"TB.Nw Yosk Tribute devotes nearly page to report of the Women's Contention, furnlshe:! by correspondent in tbii place, and accompanies it with the fol lowing manly editorial. The appearance of auch a import in a journal whoso aggregate circulation ia hardly Iih than G0,000, will xcrt highly salutary influence upon the Free generally, anil do much to awaken the attention of thoughtful minda tint! promote eerioua and thorough discussion of a topic than which none more nceda au earnest and careful consideration. The Rights of Woman. We plve plnro in this pnper to a lucid and Interesting lt"irt of the proceedings of a Convention of Women recently held in Ohio to assert anil commend the Night ot Woman to equal participation with Men in I'ohtico Franchises, anil to urgo iiitoii the Cunstitu- tional Convention about assembling in Ohio the duty and policy of conceding and Be- curing those r ranch'scs to the Kuutlur Imlf of the iluninn Race. The deliberations am discussions of the Conven...

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. — 11 May 1850

of CTirtot." It W rbanTT heart nn feaf MO frWnd of Freedom falter, of think tot m tnonttni of abandoning an- Inch of th (found w hvr taken,'- All ths signs ho wcv ar dark sorr.o of them may betoken together point to a better future Tho eontost between Truth and Oppression, however prolonged, can not lit las end ba doubtful. Yours, . V. Life in Missouri. PHILADELPHIA, May 1st, 1850. VI t Daam FataxDi When I wai in Missouri, I uacd to ' write immensely long letter to tho Tory door friendt whom I had left behinl ma in Illinois.' They were of courac mostly mado up of ' observations ' on tho new itato of things amid which 1 found myself. Sotnoof tlicao havs procured, and herewith erad you ono, which if you deem dcairablo you can publish, -,.-. Yours truly, O. 1). "ATHENS, September, 184— " Thia morninc I sent off letter to F., after which I act off towards that sacred edifice, tho Baptist meeting-house too sacred to admit cren Campbcllite preacher. I was early, but few were there, tho ma...

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. — 11 May 1850

Miscellaneous. The Mother and her Child. From the Cayuga Chief. "When 1 get to he ft wnmnn, Til go out nnd wash for tho Indies, mother, nnd when I come homo, I'll put ivrry cint of it iixit the table for ye I will, mother." T hue sadly and earnestly rpoko n little Irish girl of nix years of nge, one of n fami ly of Hmr ehililren, tin the widowed mother 'Imperil lier Weary limbs to her scanty fur nished room nfler tho dnidirry. The world is full of poor. Whnt business ho a ninn or wonmn to lie poor? Ijist scnaon, ' while nt work, n poor but "hnrd working Irishman, fell dend, Icnving o wife nnd four children, who hml been de pendent on liis toil for their bread. Here wns trouble. The Inndlord wns nl'rniil ho should lone o few dollars nnd cents, llo wns rerlniu Hint n poor woman with a family of children could not pay him for rent. And so he rented the dwelling to nnotlirr without a word raid to tho widow. When ho warn ed hor out, she said sho critiM work mid pny the rrtit. Jtnt if she...

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. — 18 May 1850

OLIVfiH JOIIASOX, Tilitor. "MO UNION WITH SLAVKUOLDEIIS.'' JAMES BAnVADf, PuMItii!fir AvcuU VOL. 5-NO. 36. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MAY 18, 1850. WHOLE NO. 244. Tllli ANTI-SLAVERY BUULE, POOLISIICt) r VETIT SATCS.OAT, AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. TERJI3.$l,iO per unnum If paid in al Ttmco. $1,73 per annum If paid within the flrrt tlx rnuiuhi of Iho Buh'-ribcr's ycur. 9 2,0 J per annum, if payment be delayed beyond six months. STF"Vo oc.asi inn'Jy scnl numbcr-i to tlioso Who nro not sulj. ribcr.. but who nre believe l to bo intcrcUc I In tho diiucminntion of nntl- !l--orv truth, with tho lio ,ct ;at thev will cith- su'is.-ribe tlic mjlvcs, or me their Influence to rrtend iu cir.-ulition mno ig their f.iciuU. intended fur insertion. v be s I.I--C. sol to Ol:Vi::i Johnson. K liter, All othcrst-i Jamb U vun viiy, Publishing At-cnt. Selections. The Veteran on the Stage. The intelligent corr- spotidcnt of the Rnrtnn Courier writes under il.ilu of WASHINGTON, April 22, 1850. Mr. Chi...

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. — 18 May 1850

142 YOL. 5. QH)C SUiti-Sl-trocta Duglc. I L0V AOITATIO WIKJ THEKS M CAUSH MR IT THI ALARM BRI.1i WillUt ST.VH1 LKM TH U IX KAJIITAKT or A UITT, SAVR TIIKH FKOM BEING BCU.H.D m TH KIR HHP. Ifrr. Knlcm, Ohio, May 18, 1830. Auti-Slavert Actios amoo Qcaif.rs. Tbe Salem Quarterly Meeting of Friends, (Hicksito,) held at New Brighton, Pa., last j - -W-fsplt. ff; limited Willi iiitirh harinnn-tf a mn. morinl to Congirs., protesting against the 1 passage of any law designed to fiicilitnte tho ; capture of fiigitivo slave. The New flnr- ' den Quarterly Meeting, held a fuw daya since Bt Grove, also adopted a similar tneniorial, j Bnd ordered the Clerk to forward tlio samo for prcsetitntion to J. P. Halo of the Senate, lid J. R. Gidding of the House. Would God tlmt voire miul.t be lifted tin hv all the acctB of the hu md neninst the villain V .e Rcnrcsc.itntivee of the 10 iicprcscinniivet oi mo which so mnnv nf the people ot Washington are conspiring to per- pctrato under the form., of law. The...

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. — 18 May 1850

NO. 3G. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. 143 to degrade tho black rnco Initio North.- Copt. It. put tho vote: it wns adopted, tho meeting proper rcfhsing to vote Mr. Uinleigli- and Cnpt. Kynderg were: standing sido by idu, whereupon thn dipt, took liitn nl oii t tli! neck mid stroked his beard, creating a mighty about of laughter. More u noise nnd confusion." more veil more cnos mr iiuugiuss, more screeches, ns If the lung of tho loliliy were of Gtitm - I'ercha and their throats (nnd fnrrl of lirnm. Our amiublo rotenqiorariee of the Globe and - Herald had the honor of cheers. The llntcliiiisona now rose nnd rmiryed the effect of melody" Friends of Equali ty." At first they met the sumo reception si others, and we really begnn to feara serious nisuironnce. wlicn wo fotmil that the voice of woniuii in sitnplo song wns drrided and hooted nt by crenturcs thnt call themselves men find forgive them! However, some aense of decency wns lingering still in the loh by, and he (oro the first verso wns f...

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. — 18 May 1850

VOL. 5. 144 THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Miscellaneous. Clever Women. From tho Letter of E.-own the Cuct In Punch. There nre wore clever women In tho world than men think 1nr our habit in to despise ihcmi we believe tliry li nol think bee.ui.se they 1u not contrntlirt us( nnd nre weuk because thev ilo not rtru ltk 'l rise U ngn'mst lis. A liiuu only begins to know women nil ho grows olil nud Hir n pirt my opinion ot their cleverness rises every (toy. W ben I snv I know women, I menn know tlnit J don't know them. Every niiicit' woitnn I ever knuw is a pui-..U to inc. an i linvo no d tubt she U tn herself. Kay tiicy ire not clover? lheir Imiociisy it u per pctlllll llllirvcl to IIIC. Illlli II Constant i'XI.T cisa of cleverness l tlio finest sort. Vnii Bco u dcimuo-lookiug woman pcrieot in h! her duties, constant in house-hill mill shirt buttons, ols.-.iiehl tu her lunl, nud anxious to IeiiHo huii in nil things; silent, when you Kiiu lie tnlk politics, or lite'iitinv, or tinnier- l.nsli to...

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. — 25 May 1850

OLIVER JOIIXSOX, Editor. JAMES BAItXABY, Pabltalilnsr Agent. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MAY 25, 1850. VOL. 5 NO. 37. WHOLE NO. 245. "NO UNION WIT.it KtAVEHOLDEnS." T i S I'i-Si. UrM lUMiU;, f.K- t I.VKttY StTfRDAT, AT &A-i-.'.:. c-iC..i;iiAX.v io, oiiio. t;:u'U.--3;, ..) 1 IT innu'n if 1 fil in a 1 l.,M "fr nir-uti if' within the rirjt six In .jir. n lac u .v:ii! Lsviiirii bo delay.-1 15? V" or nii n.n'lv oil num' cr-i to t'.iosc whnarD no! mi'w ri!ir but who uro behove 1 to be iut,rf!!l i-i tlo Jsi.-mLniC-ion ol nnti slavery truth, wiJi tlio hone thut t'ney will cith or subs.-ri'ic thouisclvcs, or u-,o tlicir influence to extend its circulation among their friends. Communications intcn ted lor insertion, to b addressed to Uuvxu Johnso.x, Editor, All other to James Daunabv, Publishing Agent. Selections. From the National Anti-Slavery Standard. THE ANNIVERSARY. Tbarks to the A'eto York Iltrald, the An niversnry of the American Anti-Slnvery So ciety, 'leld at the Tuhernnclu on 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. — 25 May 1850

146 THE. ANTI-SLAVEUY BUGLE. YOL. 5. most likely to hnvo had n Chimpanzee fur a grandfather. Rynders. however, tn do him justice, Minvcd ng well as could bo expec ted under tlie circumstances. His luugh at Douglass' wit was. tha loudest, nmt his ap. plnnse at the eloquence ho was listening to tho most upronriiiU!', though we dure no sort ot doulit that lia would have bon thankful any time during the last hoiirnf the meeting, if Captain Kiiyinond lind only duua on he was reiuircd and had lodged him safely in the Tombs. Jlut his torment was not Vet over. Dou plan called out his 1'riond Ward, Who came forward as on unexceptionable apecimon of the race whom Mr. Grant would have it should be slaves because their hair Hues nut change color in the sun. In the whole conn, try a colored man could not have been Ibutid more oftbuxive to the Kyndcra party than Douglass, whom they were compelled, in spito of themselves, to applaud to the skies instead of beating to the earth. Tha cruelty to thes...

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. — 25 May 1850

NO. 37. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. 147 Anniversary Proceedings. The Standard of the lBth brings til tlio offici al record of tha proceedings, of tho American Anti-Slavery Socioty at iu recent Anniversary, which w would bo glad to Insert at length, but as our columns are very much crowded, we hall give only extracts aa will supply the do flciencio in tho report published lost week from The Tribune. At the Business Meeting on Tuesday after noon, May 7th, Mary Grew of Philadelphia was appointed Secretary pro tern. A Business Committee of Forty was appoint ed Wendell Philips Chairman and a Com mittee to nominate officors E. Quincy Chair man. Wm. L. Garrison read tho following resolu tion. Rosolved, That tho Antl-Slarcry movement, Instead of being " infidel," in an evil seine (as is falsely alleged), is truly Christian, in the primitivo meaning of that term, and the special embodiment in this country of whixtoveri loy al to Uod and benevolent to man ; and that, in viow of tho palpablo enorm...

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. — 25 May 1850

142 THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. 'VOL. 61. THE BUGLE. THE WOMEN'S CONVENTION. THE WOMEN'S CONVENTION. COMMENTS OF THE PRESS. From Morris and Willis's Home Journal. THE LADIES ASTIR. RIGHTS THE SEX DISCUSSED RECENTLY AT THE OHIO FEMALE CONVENTION. Tnx present is the first century, anil this the first country, of the world, in which the female tex, it (collectively, and nil qualities tnken into account $uptrior to tlie male. ' Without comparing individuals, or touch ing the question of comparative tapability without asking whothcr there could be a le male intellect like Webster or Cluy, or a fc mole planner of a campuign like Taylor or fcott we merely cull attoiition to vieaggre gelt qvulUus of the tw o sexes. We say, look at the average of the men, and the average f the women of America t Physically from such slavery to business , as excludes exercise ami checks tho rebound of the nuturnl spirits, from the hurried and unsystematic manner or enting, end Irom In attention to personal rririi...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 1 June 1850

OLIVEIi JOIIXSOX, Editor. "NO UNION WITH StAVIIIOLDKUS," JAMES ntltJUnv, rnblUhlDK Agent. VOL. 5-NO. 38. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JUNE 1, 1850. WHOLE NO; 246. T1IK ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, fCBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY, AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. TEIIM.9. $1,60 pet annum If paid in aHoe. 1.7 J per annum if paid within the firt month of the aubacribor's year. $2,00 por alinum, if payment bo delayed - beyond six months. , ty Wa occasionally aend numbcra to those Who art not nhscribers, but who are believed to be interested in the dissemination of anti elsvery truth, with the hope that they will oitli or subscrito themselves, or uao their iniluence to extend its circulation among their friends. EST" Communication intended for Insertion, to be addreasod toOuva JounN, Editor. AU others to Jamrs Darnasy, Publishing Agent. Selections. SPEECH OF MR. FURNESS, AT THE TABERNACLE. Having been honored with nn invitation take part in this meeting, I wish to any a lew words, Mr. President, uliout 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. — 1 June 1850

-rot 5. 150. "'VI THU ' ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE; .1 LOT! AOITATIO VUBH TUEBB M CAUSB KB IT THB ALAHtf BULL WHIUl STARTIM TBI 1 AMTAllTa or A CITY, AVK THKM rBOM BSINQ aCKNEII 1! THKtlt Ulttw. Hfrk. ftillnri, Ohio, June 1, lH.lO. Meetings at Akron. J The Editor expects to deliver throe Discour se in ths Vnlvcrsalist Church in Akron, on SUNDAY, June th, on the following subjects) 1. In tlio n.oruing Tub Tbcb Cuiiutiam Miistut. . 2. tm tho aftarnoon Cofacii OROA.xuATioNt OT DlVlNB BUT IICsUS. 3. In tho evening CaniiriAwriT M Rela tion to Peacb A-NP Was. " tST If eur friend In Randolph dcslr It, wo will attend meeting in that jilacoon Friday af ternoon or evening, Juno 7th, Trip to Akron. l.i I!. l.r '.) lii, 7 ,;( i a I... a....,; ti ; . ll:K fl - U - "I 4. it r . : Lj rj.- . , On Thursday of lat week, in company with J. Elisabeth Jones and Jacob and Elizabeth I lleoton, we went to Akron, where Mr. Jono had engaged to dolivor a Discourse upon the Rights of V oman. The Uny was warm nd VMiitl...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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