National Anti-Slavery Standard, 1855-07-06, vol. 16, iss. 07
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Rational Mi taSaW YOL. XVI. NO. 7. NEW YOBK, SATUKDAY, JULY 7, 1855. WHOLE NO. 787. National Jtnti-SiiWfr? $tanHtf>. '.LARS PER ANNUM, NTT-SLAVERY SOCIETY, e..-,7. Fyit St.. S'htl,::!.-!;:!-.,-, RHODE ISLAND PitoyjDL-NCE, June 14,1855. MEKD GabbisON ■ I think 1 have apprised you: its of the proceedings of this body of prnlossed Chris t (Orthodox Congregationalists) for the past tw. t. presented by Messrs. Woicolt presented. The ilcott and Couck- tlie ad-tpilon of thefblloiv- Two report -■(■ of Ike Cm: layor Bars tow.' niug), 'J o'clock, s -.;-.■■- .1 '., and by the suggestio i Pawltielo-i mi Tuesday, Chh ..'ile.-a majority report (three against tiny net ion on the sub- '.. -Jioi-i di-eussion took place, and adopted; and, while speaking in favour ing-, untom; oihoc tilings the subject of Aiiti-Sliisi io-- 11 i;i .1.1 tl I ' d ■lodgoL '"^Mr. aXTcoU1 would nol pon his right to the floor; 12 o'clock, and there t down. lie ii e Consociation gentleman who ■samichurchc-. ■ii-o-sk.iveiy portion oi' Ibe delegates, : Hev. Messrs. Thayer, Blodgef, "Williams and 'ncipul opponents :sion by anybody a iuciuol opponents, not only of the ruji'.ed'spccoh) ■j: the Censoeiuiioi), was not seconnea. "The resolution wa-- Imoily reject ed—H iu the affirmative and IS in the negative. It was said that tour ol --...:, , -i-.T ■. t,,cnc,-, (.;■-> ... , ■—■■ (.•---■-'"> would have voted in the affirmative, and among there Mr. Wolcotl's speech, which was continually broken in upon by tbe opp ■ . ,;j,.-,:.;■ record, ..)■ s-.-oi-ihy ol manhood; and .-:-, .;..-. o id ■■■ ■ than is usual with him when speaking on Anti-Slavery. My impression wus, lhat the frequent iteration from his opposing brethren, that the discussion ol this question, at . ■ ' V"""; ■-■'l-iiuneii.fi <d ... .:■ ai; lb- evangelical gistcnt with ihe great revival, exer "•dice upon his anti-slavery enthusi Thus much from a Iriend who wi think tbey would Ididn c be aim in:: not only at then Churcb on this subject. •' Eesolved, Tin nth peculiar aggra' '•Resolved, mtheUnii lires to be met on our part with the most decided mi, c,.-,. u-'.i (...'kiistittii opposition. Eesolved, That, while representing so large a body of istians and constantly coming in contact with the ' -, ■ .:■■:. :.: ■ .-■■-.:. .-. ! ' : :,1 co-ae I .ot- progress, of even1 ression to the foregoi in the substantially the right, ground in regard tothisgre :hal see erne satisfied svilh it as it is. und (hat no ii ihis respect is desirable. '■Eesolved, That ti Ihe resolutions <. accordance svitt, the pt'Ccedin Norlh Uhlo, hli-ie. ot Wisooi.-i , PRESBYTERIANS. I Assembly, Nashvi. i the Ccnerid As. lie usual stateiiK .', jnoeyeded to sa, Cumuiings. ivhi Rev. .1 .icon Ccmminos, delegat w far this General As lie for the bondage wl untry. Those whom 1 stem to be wrong, mori >m's Cabin, Ida May, & have left a sear on the heart of i\cw England. The rat this General Assembly can do much. The resolutions of IHIS were i.'.vcek'ci,!, but there are indi- itirmaof a retrog-raile inovciuenf. Why do your dele- lies svho come lo us keep so studiously ouiei ou litis .bjecti' Are iliey afraid, if" tbey should speak out, that teir words would be carried back to ihcir homes' l.et ! meet on some common ground, am], as Christian brethren, discuss und settle ihis matter. Tim Moommyim iben replied io Mr. Cumming.- that every member of this body reciprocated Ihe kind ic-liug-s of that excellent, brother ft,.an Ness Hampshire. We espects, agreed with our own. As to the : iila'coi of ondage, there could be im fuller expression than that of i- ..... i '-. ■ ■■: ■. .,-!-!. ■: ■■■.-.-■ -.1 ■ ' ur 1-ordJe.sUS Christ, ami endeavour first, io save the Duls Of our coloured population, and 1 hen strive to elevate acir tcmpot-al condition We pray that every evil may Mr. Babin (of Massachusetts) said : He wished, -■ ,.-. ■ tl:-' ' ' . Hef * ' l„ had ould or . said. He was much gratified by tht the Assemble had h ,-:,l thai llicv tlitl i:t,i desire , and they looked forward to the time when I ] [-lis brethren had mad ■lor alluding' to human bondage. He had n .. (■,ae t. gaiionalism was so entirely denu yesterday. He had dcskgi,f(.l maki ments, as he had been desired to c but be would only say tht cow go bom subject could be mentioned here, which would do go that it must bring up Of their rights, Or ueny luseu ; your own avowed principles. When : :'h the cause of Christ, that ci ... before. We behove that we shall have the .,„., of this great Churcb in our onward mr - He thanked God that he had nimietlus sin ng that this class of clergy '" >ursuc any differet his religious body the four delegatt ■ ' '; ' present ? Had they not interest enough to or two at Pawtuoket, when they could go' too ci.'-1 not present? There is not one of all these ministers who would id, "T'he Amet ," and ought to oe put uown , with certain" exceptions among the smaller icii.iie.i i* ol' the same „., Street Church, in yom .n close fellowship with bim. This , third year this matter has been before them; and it is said that next year (!) they will pass that reso- :.':■■; v...: 9- w. W. ke'in with the cause" of Christ, cooperation of this great Church ments. He thanked God that he — ,-:,,,; . . Christian body in th so great and powerful as this Old School P Church. You have been graulcd the post of this country, and for the world. If we env; thing, it is your high posit! We a ..v. of Philadelphia, said the and elders in this f every Sabbath of their cmatioa thai bus lie mist of ignora id there appears l impenetrable to all light, -mho ,,,., , o one claim ,;,, ,,.:,.:,: ll her elf „1,M 11 not prepared. Sail onlliel with the It is- We t the. -v th all knov how done at itidmlss ich les- ti, carer home creditably trai: n the Soul and cueic (he NorV stomal, he ss oney, syn tht; subject to no purp ec blacks, in inspiring them wilh prop id qualifying them to be useful in this kit is Prov dence m girt 1 I I churches. ——— CONGREGATIONALISTS OF CONNECTICUT. [The following extracts from the report of the procet js of the Connecticut i.lctic-rai Associuiion (Con-re, >nal) are from the Hartford Religious Ileruhl.] No delegate was appointed to attend the next meeti Comma! Assembly of the Uld School Fresbyteri loappC.ilit ;i do that the Conn Church. This Ihis body, the Gener 1 ' I ,,byii . liushnelh 'flit was probably upllon t,| lib- ppcuded to beep ihe annot keep It up at the expense oi conniving aisin or midctiinliig'a Ciinslian brother. The resolution of is ■: ■ . ' ,-■ ■ . ..•■ I ..:..--.. -.:■ ■ ':..! •' Eesolved, That the silence of the religious bodies a oiuiininil ii.s generally, in the s: I arc holding States, at t erpetratloc of so gros3 a crime, gives painful eviden f delinquency in respect to principles and syuipalh hat are esseuliul to Clmlsfiaii iittcgt'il y end that svo i-ieciaky rcgrei, ai ruck a lime as lie-, tfie silence of ike hief judicatories of the Presbyterian Church re ate in correspondenpe—a silence which disl ml'wicked institution Of slavery." toe ie, .;:vte.. erald of last week, which declared, first, that isappetir. tin l.u-eiin ^nt and \. •.milder d t.i:i such a public sea I e Word ol'sjoils [The following paper w ,-eiiun- of I'l-onic-ske i'rie, Cm, N. V., early in.lime.) imau chattels in this coi allution of this vile systen: irnest words of condemnat '■■■■:■■■■ ' etmi be.ore 0 pounce- mi oi. dso, llicniialhy of the Norther null ouoagts, kecam-c keiketl about will: l-'ceue oh of hi. owtiKubieets—thel'celin. svlilunns. lint there are scottere stre;d-:sof light, which promise (lections of the past year iu th ,, Hiuh-s. have indedbJv brand,.I tit Imltik-lration as unworthy of powei e only leeiuftrs in mueli request i iven rights or all men, of whateve liil-th-place, will lie ultiuiately reeoj; more in gettiii;: accom].:iiskcd ; an .1 to expect speedy Ir-unipli lor oost slupendous the world ever sa' i properly, reverses law. and Iran an.stealers— and win litany opport freedom. Ay ' - -that the uisv full well svuat uililcuiiy oil ,,ar;-t('J|ro;,; :'i u't'd i/'' eom'etfa- igost-d lo tbe adoption ,d' fhs , md the Sou' r Clmt-eltcs [, ■.,"\gmm', aS'Mii/an^aT'hriiiiai esbyterlan Church, with i 1 .mould lie , n'li.e. sul,-,", shown herself to be ,.ral Assembly. Unless this be tl ami they -.s result, the Presbyterii hul. fir, I a in of the resolut reared under here prepui'cii pies of Abolition opposed : member of this body said -'- 'That however I may feel tot I abhor it." I can say that my im ;s of slavery p 3f Abolition b i those who hold slav lis body sai "That however 1 may leel t.osvnrd iiidividua Chur mding t -, I iiat- the Greeks offering theii . in tir-ad of gaining anything by bould lose. A bone of conten- mong us. Vou will find good, ill not l-csl with tills li-limseh'p: I pledge you that at let to this body from the lis with me. We all know the we sustain lo the Germ Signed by direction and cordia. you with a godly jealousy. And . __..— .„ ..... .m..,!^ tin- wishes s the Churches had taken ■ei nuns', tliat tlie Society had said IT. ilke overture conceded [theoverl wilh avoiding lite discussion of A . o/ }len,l,l\ ; thirdly, that if Tract Society should think best 1" lavery, no doubt many would rejoice ; f the Committee should judge it to be ), the Churches had such confidence in nation and judgment that they would, ,t Church as a body h ory; and though a strong jrms of the d . rs and Churches, ..... After some disc adoption, and it was_ i-cjectcd. :■■ -. ■' ei ' ' Cle-i- Chic j deve t said of tke i- the [ ministers and delegates charged with being pro- decidedly. Truly has it j Christian l Church is "the Bui- Slavery," and ought to be put down: it tian, With certain mvcepiio This Consociation i- of Urn prayer-meetings in the Wi-.,- .. occrsary week, led by Dr. Nebemiah of i. of Christ, iii the sublime doctrine evils from We glory with you in the cross ie doctrine of tbe new creation in he " knew no sin, became sin for us, _. .__ aade the righteousness ol d-d ,,, hun. We gladly acknowledge the mission winch rs—the great outline so plainly traced lor itality—the establishment and unfolding of full and iving truth ; the forming of living NEW YORK METHODIST CONFERENCE—Al it understood that this gofsc make all : t.srofi said—It would not be proper to allow om-bieih.-cn to leave us without espresso , tion with which we have seen them here, and with t xprtM-ct; their slesss V .',.- ■ ,, ■ ' "... I: l''..-:ie.- .;. Ai, lime leal fOUSC. a travelier.-i lo the same ;:Teut home in heaven. We rejoi to bear of vour determination to extend your churct W'estevcrti.' Ther |I1UL.|; foitl 10 bi.' poSSC:-S:.(k We W'.lll.ti I ■■:' Silli lilt v.u (.\!ii)t|to ike Smilhward a, s'.cli lis t Westward. In regard to the subject of slavery, alluc to "bv the speaker, we had felt that ■ . .. .il! . I, ;ndment, was passed n American Tract Society ivery having come bet e opinion of this body, i y,' to publish a decided testimony against An avery." . .. , This calm and moderate expression, suitable lor dccinralion of the rhich it becomes the Society to pursue, and is the f the General A^ociation of Connecticut to the p hat the Society is precluded, by its object, and Ct ion, from touching this topic. We trust thai hi uch a defence of the Society's policy v< .. He had document- will i ■, I ■ : p I 1 v hoped. . rsago," me rcgo i. my years ago, this eorrespor iy grid: I always s Church I ' ' ther underl all their theology no'v ground in tu..- South. 1 leel tor tht,.- ministers ihe ■ j methods proposed to get God and the P 1, will be clcsoi ul. eventually t ■ li... want freedom.' Tbey d the hand, io extend io them the hand ol' Christian li-llov.- slap ma; to say to them, " Cud speed you io your work Co in-each Ihe Gospel b, your slaves, p - " 1 p. ople on the edom. They do e their lie. kt-' ; I key say. '■ Let us alone." Tbe of them are satisfied as th r wisdom a this evil will fie fcniovid ami a public,J cotivaltiioii prevented." Put, us sure as sve reiect this oi-tlilom I warn this :-:ym„i tin-,;, ihe (:on.ic(|Ueuees will be disastrous. We have already- been warned on Ihe one But there is a Sooth e resentment will be increased lonojld, nessof knowing that, by work of dissolution. this Svuod 1 iren. By it, p tc shall have the c That this Conferi ivery would report: ■- ""■■ many years jiast.ora; mony to their deep con- irm t'K-.iCi tnal shivery- the holding oi mbject to the incidents of property—is a on Immunity, and :'. high oilence against n of the Church and tk >iiticul character and any measure tended 5 and belief upon this ments in the Church Ifgie think we should feel t svho hav ider then y the whole ;jfE, D.D., of Brooklyn-I kindly toward these brctln-eu in doctrine, and who have paid iwti before us", i-i uc'itih of euilt. ami tegard —*-:n. We a reholding, and of the deep, dark slaveholder. Reformed Church, i "faith as the Reformed I ■estieet ol' asking; it lib,"' " wound the'feelings or show d ist speaker I though I should cci-lainly is. :. :. ninl tor which hail pre:.-,oed il tonld hes ;o form with The subject was tcI in favour of granting in il,e discussion of t the Ch ilr. I freedom, :k;o ilmc oi' (e-ownere- T Duryea, of Schent ie hat s nothing in its object o: this class t obstructed by the way peoj i Cliure ;o Ihey proceed lo say that," xiuied by peculiar aggi or e-ol-.,ms.,.:..! 'agencies ihey eschew unsteiit and Christian opposit they mean by that is emphatically and _r indicated by de-'- dist Episcopal ( and selling ol" si hold slaves, ndh prudently en Ion ing " their slave prourd,"aod also by repudiating the action of the North- em Ohio, Erie ami U'i.cousiu Conlerences. Ant! litus 1 anchor and lofinite season/" ,,:s'.:ikf as lo ihe character of the resoh I s I / | will be seen that this very weighty bod; - ogaiiisl the'gual evil ol shivery,' ihoug have them e< d cooperate wilh jked at the who!' opinions they rarely changed. The . . ■.■ ,-- ■;, ■ -a ■ .i , '■■■ Ihing io be done—the ties: lormcd deliber: difference between regard to the thii _ coloured population—! itP . real aspect of thi m-ctbren hail 'Ihe Presby- liect, and had ms represented ery, who would i broug-ht up by jon of Northern Bethune followed in passage of the resolution granting in purely upon grounds of expediency, k speak in the highest terms of the Nortt said he would rather die than withhold .,1,1,.,-t fancy thai tke l-lev- i this ques j) rod need : there wat which he s they existed. : behe ld the subject in all i :' i-.i:n;:vil t from the 'I ae "dist'ip- a Dlatform for 1 I | i. t ibd :!l w light will be shed upon it. [SuW-'inonily, ihe qut stion of giving aid to the Ash- young men for ministers" ("especially lor Al'rh introduced. We extn that ensued.--Pus. St. - X oia, and t tde. We are often left what are tho designs of an great subject, with which this inst.iti.ition is cornice there is a veil as yet not uplifted. He looked on ray of light. Some may look upon delegates from Virgin >.special propriety inhi ih he was assr--J "' i tht .Sidles St tin this very smail I ] of three did Sodom, unless they They : mud, i the forked lighti n of prayer, i:-.:aris and heads ol slecl,cootty nieclin- , question now pendim; between Cm elore heaven and earth. Hear then i ills tt l.od "Oh my . fh.- c tilted.-' iben- th, in at God. To thei which we are placed, mental in ri iown-trodden coloured would a thousand times „„J labour required. Go reformers. Tbey would : : the e expense '.ri : : - i little by > the Iowa General J -ith the openin; - - J? ' the Puj .th of the m bill of an e tin- system o s else lie would not have consent. d np. in atiVeclesiasI leal b.idy ...fu N orthcrn (.'k.mc ologistot human bondage, when be hud notlui to say than he did say. We invite our readers luntary t—"•'" a diSerei ,. ,..!.:: ,|e If the; I would o r his own good ; but 11 ■■1,1 rather r' paid the I -.- ■ ■■■'■ of s'laveholding, and of the deep, dark guilt of the We would, indeed, admit that, in some stages of the cill; - f lamidobll- e would be highly culpable ii meiltlleih with a Strife belonging i. upon Ihis subject. If matter in this body, I Missions rather than I know there has been me parts of the Church s an attempt to press t ard'of Co™i™o™"''?ow ., which would ie Synod was p ■lion by Mi-. Butler's withdrawal some fine points of boohoo tion. The Fresid the North Carolli. ;if the 'pecumir to destroy the iy Hall from taking action upon General Synod, took i i Li. i tit i iptid ionsiderations weighed w: aid forming the relation. ■ up and adopted, hie.-hlv. til.-; h the Svno LastofalUhe morning, passed a ivsolni: -. to recoiaIckrikeVtilhdrass.il. . ■ •■■ • :" :■ : i, -,.i: ■- .-'.-■' tion again in October next. [We gave the following :anches, ^ , .j watered ami much of the professed pietyof t :■;.-■ . : ■ : ,-,■■::.eel t.i d ' all the land, r anything about r , \.. .. ,t Ii.ii.i ol' the to it and pull io the degraded i, submitted i terty which our fathers cq c United Slates with t knew. Foi istry have beet Maineworthy before God. We wish to repent of om these result the church and the i blameworthy before God. We wis! part of wrong-doing, and bring forth ft i of the i s. So that w : ihe Chat i to sk 3 those who iaYOur it L, I. beg this Synod is nothing in importance equal to this. The quesi when compared to tbe importance of the qu. siderationPr°Ai)(l, £ir,'i mk the pa'.iem-.- .1 while I express my sentimenls t the'ground of good policy and sound wisdom. lb to be carried away by the es him forget the iuteres md I, therefore, hold my to iwer for tbe Classis of No . ..iiiened in our minds and ;ar to year, ns we' see Ihe developmentg of are firmly resolved i...-.'-:c whnic-ver Influence ^ a" eiti?ens. Hi honl-h siavciv horn tht; ■ hind. And, as ministers of the M. E. ■ould have it 1'nliv uudcrsteed lb-it v.e will tr efforts until no"slaveholder shall he fole- L. R. TiiAYTiR, Cliairi.-iUii. CONGREGATIONALISTS OF La General Convention of^Congregai ion of Dr. Child, the ML Resolved That Ihe Mei Consoci f the ^o^th-Weste^l i kjoclciy t ' tbe North-Wesiern Coi made the following report, which was .ppointed to consider the ' Memorial '■tion ' retiori as Idloyvij : full opinion mport -,-asi half real ttl of in the Memorial: io operationsof the American Tract ' i diminish Its patronage in our considering tbe dissatisfaction felt, somewb t wid h } luadtqu te gate tbe subject fficers of the Tract Society, ■ -.• to siporrtnin more litllv the facts in the case ihis Committee to this body a Conven- .- sssuraiicis that whatever is . e . : - ■■ i- '.. ehurchcs: bal 1 sabject of slavery, t Hment ot a Committee to inv« ■ther ierlain more fully the fac ,'the hor other sp:!■!: 1 hoi. is existing a ,oiea'.--e lipon the leihu-t diile: ,hl no: !,-■ willing to he fore .- thy m-igi.bour—how? As not be otherwise than that tl able. While I would wish pr,-s o-- to ik-cide this question o (;.,LI,i-;d .Synod. I would say,'■ 3epMate from the question of slavery, ent from mine should be f I were in his place, I id into. Thou shouldst thyself. The Scripture r their Church—if the; ;hink we should do more i-romid, and we should h( Idea, illustrated in other w else. It makes I and dies a slave difference if he is n do for them—let us do and but littli lassls o .: ■'., :: I: > in the al a be reported upon r (AWT-„. to mi'- I'oivr.-Thc iollowiog is an extract oni the Chlcaso cc-vr! -pomk m-.- oi tec l/'.'cs—■i'r.:n ■Hiiu-rv is, .i il. telesiastical bodies of the A\ est. Were it not for this, .'..■■ ■ ■ p,,^,, ,1 Mem,- ir-.i:l:. r ,"... .x :.: (^ „ ,.......i;a„ e.r time, with the bve- outhern Churches tl '.'! J,','.-,.-''';' ■■/: . :-' ' '-liowship from ,ose v.-bo deny Chris: In doWme. uml al the same tmio : iiitis-.Mvko -.tctiy bun m practice, is n. etter is itmore orth---.!o.-. ttnlonvinm m lb.' crierCe .:■(-.;.(■:■!;,■ la t i esdi.cip.^.i.i'titodeiobimmtiicatetrsct.cj.yrens- ,.«,., ,,,,r.-b- do rieatid L-.n-ai :.-: u --:■' :ute and supieine divinity? Do we not, in fact, peril the ..:-..' Us ioeda "doctrines? In other words, lie- ■-" ituined withoc' tlieyin-f.i itscli o,VhcV.e/-whmh'h-m.-i!ws.-" Tie biethrei, h 'ions kindly, und are distussin^ great hope that salvation for^onr be- ; of the penal effects with which God, in bis wrath, | a these questions kindly, and are discussing them. ■ - '■"•-> that sulvalton tor our belt of this Western Zion. "Yours truly, J. c. w."
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YOL. XVI. NO. 7.
NEW YOBK, SATUKDAY, JULY 7, 1855.
WHOLE NO. 787.
National Jtnti-SiiWfr? $tanHtf>.
'.LARS PER ANNUM,
e..-,7. Fyit St.. S'htl,::!.-!;:!-.,-,
PitoyjDL-NCE, June 14,1855.
MEKD GabbisON ■ I think 1 have apprised you:
its of the proceedings of this body of prnlossed Chris
t (Orthodox Congregationalists) for the past tw.
t. presented by Messrs. Woicolt
ilcott and Couck-
tlie ad-tpilon of thefblloiv-
-■(■ of Ike Cm:
layor Bars tow.'
niug), 'J o'clock, s
'., and by the suggestio
i Pawltielo-i mi Tuesday, Chh
..'ile.-a majority report (three
against tiny net ion on the sub-
'.. -Jioi-i di-eussion took place, and
adopted; and, while speaking in favour
ing-, untom; oihoc tilings
the subject of Aiiti-Sliisi
io-- 11 i;i .1.1 tl I
'"^Mr. aXTcoU1 would nol
pon his right to the floor;
12 o'clock, and there
t down. lie ii
■ii-o-sk.iveiy portion oi' Ibe delegates,
: Hev. Messrs. Thayer, Blodgef, "Williams and
:sion by anybody
a iuciuol opponents, not only of the
■j: the Censoeiuiioi), was not seconnea.
"The resolution wa-- Imoily reject ed—H iu the affirmative and IS in the negative. It was said that tour ol
--...:, , -i-.T ■. t,,cnc,-, (.;■-> ... , ■—■■ (.•---■-'">
would have voted in the affirmative, and among there
Mr. Wolcotl's speech, which
was continually broken in upon by tbe opp ■
. ,;j,.-,:.;■ record, ..)■ s-.-oi-ihy ol manhood; and
.-:-, .;..-. o id ■■■ ■
than is usual with him when speaking on Anti-Slavery.
My impression wus, lhat the frequent iteration from his
opposing brethren, that the discussion ol this question, at
. ■ ' V"""; ■-■'l-iiuneii.fi
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