The Liberator, 1862-08-29, vol. 32 iss. 35
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THE LIBERATOR EVERT FRIDAY MORHIHG, EOliEKT I-'. WALIATT. (Iim:,;,. iollars and fitly cents "Proc tgho' ■-. all the land, t the inhabitants thereof.;- all k|b ;; .'. state*'*1 ■ ■'■■'■"' B° I''™ ['" ' t d^JfiMFWii W1C. LLOYD GABEISON, Editor. fflur «ouittrj| is th* W«M, Mi} ffimwinjtiKti wc alt gbmfcliMI. J, 3. TEEEINION 4 SOU, Printer*. VOL. XXXII. ISTO. 35. BOSTON, FEIDAY, AUGUST 39, 1863. WHOLE JSTO. 1647. fRffng* if ®$ptt$$i<fn, SLANG OF A DEMOCRATIC DEMAGOGUE. if Ui'-"-i.niiv tluii'j whi.-l, 1 .1,., slim, anolher to-d«j-, it i, ,]„. exhibit™ ir»,m„s..,„loi,u,.i'n|-tl,u X.,,-11, .1 . WENDELL PHILLIPS "A POLITICAL NUISANCE, A TEAITOE, AND A PEENIOIODS MAN." When Mr. W.n.Issll Phillips ...Imiirr,l hi. devo- -ZZ termed ' contrabands,' inos. When I asked there, each one told say amen to that, because I would cf tiifttnti. ME. PHILLIPS AND THE ABOLITIONISTS. I LETTER PROM WENDELL PHILLIPS. '■o Ibe Editor of the N. V. Tribune. the rigid di.ciplin. of Competition with ..hit,, labor, ami In Hi ZZZey ZZ„ZZ,ZlvZvZZZZy thisVlussofouroiti/eu^ named Wendell Phillips, 'ill,- Mara' ami i.kmton oi' tbe North, proclaimed tbiit tin- tutisl be a .uu- of hcurtetied." that the Constitution under which wc live must he denuticiatiotis in times ol' peace. Tbcv trodden in tbe,lust. Why. what is the di Here nee snhjects of Jesting and merriment, and h between this nigger-worshipping traitor and the other purpose than lo create a smile ot pit men ol'the South who advocate the same doctrine under the guise of occ.-'on ? (A voice. ■ Notte.') erut.ed hv dailvhaileliusli-em bloodv liehls ol and thi' public mind is sensitive on'the utter sympathise with ; nd su-l; in him, th.- same piiiiis'i- everv public man, arid extremely so in rch. ment that has be. n mct'tl on! to McMaaters, Ive; our "generals and statesmen, are. these Here ami others'/ Wl y not si nd them to Fort Lduveli.e or Fort Warren ; (Great applause.) 1 say these tbe bind who will not oMil! Over these dcclu It, Richmond, thev will he read with joy; friendly Loudon, they will be greeted with trouble we umv have ],, Ihe'gi-eal North. But I have taith that it will all come out right. It must has Ibis Republic' of America, winch can come out. right. (Applause.) We have tweufy traitors in Boston to assail it. from the (brum sejenee. tiie labor, [he material wealth, and the U sends men'to Fori Wai-ren for ;itt:u-king 11 strength on on side, and all that is wanted is confi- ernme.it and disowning the oath of allegiau 1 know that if these pestiferous agitators, will only eeie-e throwing eld witter upon the cause, and slay their cUuris to overthrow the t.'oustitulion. bv proclaiming abnlition, and getting up negro regiment, aud thing- of thai -ort. we will vet have an arm, that will ur -| Mr. Lincoln and bis cabinet, am ke,,p them iii Washington during their term ol'ollice Jl^md VheVw^^ what hope would there 1,,- of hmliug a single Union ( 1 by here, applying ihese lines of the poet to LlitMli:—- South anvivher,.-- [hue you be.iid ot those people- to assist Ihe Government ill this war l' On tlie eon- cause thev are content with their position. ] rc- mber talking will, the tin-eaters of the South, ■k on thi, subject. They •• Yon Northern men arc mis- war should ever take place' bel , the floor of Congre i-enehcs ligbl o forth and fight for the Union ; but, as yet, they have done nothing. that 'Governor Andrew, of M.issaehttsel Ls, is getting up a negro brigade, and dniliiiig negroes and white men together, in Boslon. j wish the fanaticism of Boston was sunk in the ocean. (Hearty cheers.) it ill tile. South. Not. twenty of ibe negroes who I I II netC38,tyi«u"ldaemplorC't0 ilking about usiti while men to figb as they are, they have shown no disposition I ;;ons, tbl- rebellion nmsi he put Iran by while men shivery wn- ever introduced upon lain continent but we did not bring it The English an, Dutch brought il hero tVoui scif-intcrcst: and ivluh South, I would ask first, what e of them? I Chccvc talk ab,„ tola-get danger . political or n :K. ,"Xs"; U.I phi sS. ill! WOtll d ground of "eternal 'truth* and 'justice',"thus ; he won hi uddi yet it permits men in Boston — men "of s speech and choice words ami eloquent phras glot-y In the (act that thev disdained to owe unco to the country of their birth, and at lit. tbe words which those speeches of Wendell 1 will excite, and we arc very much afraid th, bo truly spoken. That man is a traitor who refuses to SUBt* Government by com ng in ill.. Lord, .and in thi' by adding the half-million oi This is the sum ami substance,.the drift and ai; f Mr. Phillips's i-^-oeh delivered at Abiogtfl Irove. on tile 1st of August. The /',..-.. ,,f lb ity, its ediior having read a report, or what pti lorted to be a report, of this speech, denounces hii tripe... I; led it. Jefferson said s said ; amf .beVhal ibis dutv: least of all now, when a change" o Union h,d, in.-oln. What! ■ants—lo claim that I shall ■in. What right o elaiiu tj^B ben Ihcyare dragging , b, fan unyl Thev arc greater than he nnticipatcd- !'idgclDe,noe,-at;so,'i!! cei-ity I 3 1 'he'1sav,s''ofK.\i" Lincnlnm''''ile'' s his honesty to do - emy—apoliti the firing of a gun. Richmond taken, the'rebel liordesw.iul.l ilvsic-b. Our troops would move at 'heir beds with resistless tbtve. operating over a h-ri..t. :,t .■utintry^thirtytotifty^milesin width, de- 1 r tl 1 | '|| ;, The answer is simple. The rebels live upon t atrrendc-r they must come. The North 1 ' I crd t* as in- ike the^blow terribly, cru-hmgly. '1'^ lelber hcishotu Wnrrzii.—Philadelphia RUST HIM. lie is a nuisance, a pe,'t—and : shot,1,1 he abated.—Boston Past. ir-ipThe Wus!imgttui_.sVe'/,r/ f 'hronicle demands a'iir'lst umi—BostoiTpost. ""', ii oases like this and in i do, as'the friend par i much mischief by .i r.ter mischief c< ition ! 1 don't 1 seems to be overruling the blunders of both for lid not be th' o crown our" sin-con trollo- " prosperity. ■.■-.-■ . . . "!'■■' ■■■ ■■■■ il ■■■■'■■• ■<■ :: ■■ I i - :- .. :•::. -...:-■ ■ h i " . ve-s} [..ni . ,1, and Ihe nation shall have served i„ tbe vei-ge of bankruptcy, then, and it. is to b" feared not III! then, will lb-' p..,e,!e learn wisdom. ' ' lu Ihe meanwhile, let Abolitionisis hide theh-line ami if, Ibeir ilutv. What tint. ,iu!v is. ,-,--i ..■,.- nmsi detennine thr himself, Purl „i [i o In ■...,.■.'. the truth without liar or favor, whenever cr'-i,,,, bought which alone can alter the action of (lover: That duty 1 try to do in my measure. My erii . -'■: ■■■.-:■:. ihe ub..., ;,olievoftbe. Ad- military, in order lo avert i,.:.-mids of lives, to guard tiv from grinding taxes, io negro, 1 Ibe Lib,,u .iov.m.i hazard. Respectfully yours, ;, 18G2 WENDELL PHILLIPS, ■ e blacks" in WashVng- theraback to Central He can do boiler than this. »ent. Let tbe President' ^"rec'tha^h'.'.ncli'orr'ii ■ lived sin he. proposed tojend them back to Central That hot-1 ; shall be a f the S mill shall possi ucs cf tin- poorer proprietors, who luive taken part . -i : ■ ■ . ,-iweniya,(-es:)_ai,d thai this territory shall no Then let Mr. Lincoln i the South : " Tou laity upon you but this—South Caro
|Title||The Liberator, 1862-08-29, vol. 32 iss. 35|
|Creator||William Lloyd Garrison ; Isaac Knapp|
|Subject||Antislavery movements -- United States ; African Americans -- History -- To 1863 ; Manuscripts, American ; Slavery -- Protest movements -- History ; Slavery--United States--Periodicals;|
|NY Heritage Topic||Government, Law & Politics|
|Location||New York (State)|
|Publisher of Original||William Lloyd Garrison ; Isaac Knapp|
|Date of Original||1862-08-29|
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EVERT FRIDAY MORHIHG,
EOliEKT I-'. WALIATT. (Iim:,;,.
iollars and fitly cents
tgho' ■-. all the land, t
the inhabitants thereof.;-
.'. state*'*1 ■ ■'■■'■"' B° I''™ ['" '
W1C. LLOYD GABEISON, Editor.
fflur «ouittrj| is th* W«M, Mi} ffimwinjtiKti wc alt gbmfcliMI.
J, 3. TEEEINION 4 SOU, Printer*.
VOL. XXXII. ISTO. 35.
BOSTON, FEIDAY, AUGUST 39, 1863.
WHOLE JSTO. 1647.
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