National Anti-Slavery Standard, 1855-10-27, vol. 16 iss. 23
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ational Mi KM& YOL. XYI. NO. 23. NEW YOKK, SATUKDAY, OCTOBEK 27, 1855. WHOLE NO. 803. Wntional JUti-SUmi) Stantwrfe. PUBLISHED WEBKL'V ABOLITIONIST. $8 affected by the spirit avery. I have heard in n ; have argued and de- suspect that the spirit which excited I i-veil it who d , ' J>el easn:.- upon of God, and that lie bad himself purged our sins, ami sal down ill the Of Ihe I'dble. and ;}.,■ Chinch |„ be a divine mslitutiun, than the Church bo the priests npoi -vii- on !■.■■ hoiy : inling should rosl, His thoughts our thoughts. Vi.lg I stood that men who Icnrod not fioil, neither regardei man. hum? entranced over ils scenes, as representee JiOllhl s represented in the be the highest and purest the be adopted into the assemblies of the wicked, when1 th certain thoughts pill. Ibrlh by Isaac. Taylor, upon Fan; ticism, and read by me several wars since, recurred ! niymmd with peeulia. force; in 'lael, the thoughts wer suggested by a very natural association of ideas, for I'.oidil not b,il ;,■!.- myself, is is. baled! a <nm phihiuthrop slaves Irom their mastc judgment throne—this! its origin and whither ticism which foMhousa past exp.rs- loubted rights of the slav ishing it without risk of nd support it, the Amer r, let them support an ini Silates'Tet'ulW betP-r'wuhoul it'.^ Slavery is Democrat, anti-Christian, and should be diseouragt Col. T. L. Jones was the pro-slavery K. N. D We do I, l'.Vel' ■mmn.-U, right i ijoying it ourself—hem >f Nei , of Kentucky, and a dee], stain to the thew :■ rnileil • i man that says . delend rupiiou. . (j oil's . ■ :, i ■ rigkl. 'ilr™,'i would return, in liidin ;™1: ie. e'.ell-;,,;,-,,! ■uui'dmn'ordn on the questi ieei-i' illiiivi at tho mine Ihe same all nth quesTionsforSl1' TV^Yb,Vi\io,,is!.^a:,'oll,er work just now. Hut what, snack mi' will, more force still was th chiefly, and above all, 1 Imped for insurrections ii South. I verily fear then; was a time when I B have rejoiced m'tln- tidings Unit the slaves had rise eiiw;-, England import in",. K ,;»,». Do on th What'. }] tol il 11, til . Urn So ,niii. ui. "ii el, 1 .'" ',',,', feiTento ..- ■■ ig tin wind But I gone ovc -I";,' '."i'.f.'", man UCllO ■hllN WORKING MEN lolhinga: black slaves ..!=.. I Jhen he conk! '■■ now,tl covd il-i ™t the be '.■■■■''■ en tha [icopie, but b.i.-aii v it en-laves the white people also, an; ilonihieeiiiig weal til. Suppose the Cincinnati employer. noses, aB do the slaveholders those of black skins; wnuli not the Newport working men feel it their duly as wel as .heir interest to lib,-rale the short-nosed wl.ip.kuks o Cincinnati': Our own opinion is that they wool,I, a-:,1 iliat ihere would be a hundred I'.,Id greater struggle to liberate tiiem than there was to make the steaiu-nackci Commodore burst the chains that bound the free of the Ohio River, and that forced men into one $ ewill 1 .Hind to It h LETTER FROM PRESIDENT PIERCE. Tbe letter which we publish below was written, as I ml. Though ivrilten o ,v lor the perusal of the indbid tton ol those iii this Male with whom we have acted poii- only proper, but due l.i. the iaiuse wiilt which we are engaged—the cause, us we believe, of our common country. The letter Shews most implicitly Ike President's, firm adherence to tin- doctrine of -imci-vonliou. his patriotic ■ losiaiiii iipen.lv upon die same platform ol correct principles ai die North and at the South, whai> aith that _, . of the'neonle1 .ntelli genee and patriotism of the people" will appn.ciate and ' lyprescn' ' ' u of the; it lilence." or, worie itill, "We commend the letter to the .,,.--. a, weli as those who wish lo cater f • u_i.»:-._ -„„„„rf hw " Mtmifieant lilence." or, worse iti mtucky, that they (the slaveholders) hold ,old,-r, h,-i,n„,m!ed by ;ke irn.-nds of ihe i .'novel,iioii u ■no in tins p;ut of 11,,- --Luc lo draw i,p B tsgradunl abolitinn ; ami that ihe -an, n Tiw Kentucky Wi-dhj Neu-s. It. is also requested b ihe friends of riiiM-ooM in and about Newport that M: rresent his views upon the importance of a (lot to the readers of the Neu-s, and thai all liivou: a Convention, anil the ultimate freedom of ou ■espond thereto. nations would" rejoice wiih joy and full gl ry.' Kentucky and tbe it ause for Mrs. Jame ,U?andanot™lyda, e may be forced b"h will, aud then slain omen"(-s/<n I of II,■ bun; ' every family that er on." Hence a lemal into debauchery agaius '■■-. ' e the side of,,,',.,'..-,.-,, nii:!o],pnSc/. i-s loader did Know-Nothingis'm, v rand hypocrisy in teen, - in this right THE PRESS ON WISE'S LETTER. that the Committee will stop sending invitation* to : i >b hei ■■..-., nii more idea of what breeding consists of Ihan a wild ami unbridled J.ii tot, and would be as much out of place in civilised st as a prize cattle show pig in a Beacon street parloui f lids b,- tile gokl of Virion her Chief I rule of ii once powerful Slate, its vagaries an ton Anti-Slavery Hoeiety, as ils name portend nen who not only hold cor 'bni ---.v. ■I,:;-, or troytng f thev the public periodically In at il ui ii i urn I be a lie ; \ In fin i m tin canon or say he will ma discu>s a poinl tbe law. protect him—in- has a rigbt-and so forth. All progress, ail civilization is based on the ideal hal vested " righis," el ■■ privileges, are amenable lo change or abrogation. The su]ireiuaev of a roval fainiiy. or an oligarchy- -the monopoly of a church or a euild- tbe right of man to steak buy, hold, scourge mid kill his fel low-born*—are rie-i:: o'di-i ,e deniei ike Committee have wilborawtl this book from their r. Gurney's " Love made by Mr. Gur- pel any ii rights of ' Not only will evening propose no Thursday ,-vi ...,- ... ,e not deliver y that, out of their own little circle ol e Union, which not only b rbarismPM^Visero?ni,y limseir not morally a heal But'it must be ail,led, in 0 ■v . -■ ,■ . . ; the apian e United I m expands the mind, destroys igr moerucy of Newport will be productive o re mem tiered that the great question befon i ,■ ,: Shall Slavery or Freedou ; MAItlifAGES-lUGIlT OF FUGITIVE near Sixteenth street. plaintiff was the dauj and came into 1' i ' : ■ lelplna, October 12 ie north side of Carll of Robert Thompsoi: ■ here. He died abi ,- hei, , - !*,,,:„ Thompson. The.lma case, Robert Thompson was a slave. II" maitJM ilclplda. inntrieil another woman, purchase.;! the lot of is the only survivor of ten children by the wi title. If any person else 1 .0 be deemed and adjudged u freeman, high vaull o bio the pit to slavery' posterity must inevitabl States, thei It be no sack thing as governm; .d an empliiycr.yi'sierouy, in ('ineninati " u ny. said , "every sorl of biisilior-s would be singmiU-d. Tin' y's work so that employers could not hire them, at the Ils now, working men could command SI p a.d ■ to get double the work • it makes white men saucy to pay them high pri their labour—consequently, I go for negro slav keeps the black man in his right place and prove white labourer from getting above himself." Here is one reason why some men in free States black slavery. It \% for the purpose of makin, deplore the e bondage. Tl who 1. ding States are not those who the slaveholding Sta itence of the cursed a blighting stain upon the rich ud fertile d of by the law of Pei Pennsylvania. the children of Were Robert Thompson and 1 . ;n the slaves am not satisfied that the marriage and its effects e valid. The law of tbe forum in the absence of p what is necessary to constitute a valid marriag Cohabi to you the question, whether Robert Thompsoi nen, as he proceeds, t e'TrenTonflSe a school of Virg ■s his leuet;. of Oo'y, il :iV-. lor th, ien in Boston to deliver a I ■c.v, which was not only dii e.- mole rofb.iniv, and -.-, n the neighbourhood of " Only, ciiivn the Goi ■e do notbe- regarded by II ready for " " '' ..-■nessand incivil temper. -Mr. Wise declares himself all rcaily lor a iiglr, ' " fho goes into a company of quiet gentlemc ..:..- ;o e, ,-. : ■„, , -hi in wildcats. Butasuoboi rant plnck upon some inni be pniusiied by tl compare this v ST'Sskl .de to be "much woi ered ( Tbe Baltimore Ami outh'than the fighti'n It must be regretted that any gentleman occupy) osition of Mr. Wise would have signed his namet :.._..., - .■■ .re hiiusi-lf. Tiie e-bj'.-c. oi' iiie Committee, and" the ronriety of Southern men visiting Boston for ,f lecturing upon the question of slavery, ti-mplafiiig a pan doubted, guage used oy gentlen pose inherently bad oi i those wl ion, couched in the Ian the North, r , ab lieu 11 is i n the s . ol.I ■ ■ . ,f the subjeet so great a readiness to "fight, if we —e do not know whether " Only, near Onanco penetrated by the newspapers, but. we imai. I ■ My sin exaggerated li ieh has more of the a r iiel'ore the p jodi.-,. thai ■aim e -I, that ived aud ci There lb, roi Verdict for the pit Wm. S. re" * for defendant. J togetheri Some said they lived and md others that they lived e as slaves do. And I wil. Peiree for plaintiff; Benjamin H. Brewstei FALLEN VIRGINIA. letter in which the Gov, vadylnid before our readers tho cui the Boston Anti-Slavery Society ry as he may happen ith the production! than othei Mr. Wiw'i, merited ia iteelf » than the .nd what tin of fhe. slave-trade. ..: slavery v.c i-ite as novel and commend .Id,- lo negro-brood lug Virgil,mat rids moment. On th- THE ALTERED BOOKS. i of t: Society for the altera of slavi--v made in sn . r the Society. As the members of the Society a: O ol ... ■, , . reliable s of slavery made in sui the Society. A considering thei Of the ■sof ft nstituency desire to ku< lance, and surely they e i Tract Society's edition '■servants," and passaj ,re omitted. It is allege e by Rev. I ok which t it tbe Publisher them. The facts father's ph; tbe bottom of the pace tiiaf .ble lo England. Som< Wellknos- ■ Cotton Mather's" Ms-says to < .S fllllowsT it the passages referr : ■■ . . I 1'he following ;;!,'-, \'r, e ■ ■ edition of Mary Lundie Duncan, ets. The extract is from the diary .1 thai these alterations wore sanclioiwit by thought proper; • ti.i. tc.t tili'J the Society could .in will :o,'(n,Jei,i in hu-fnt.ht.r ho wished to reprint the volun (tulal ilesiiv lo have her daiiiMili- dati-il. drew from Mrs. Duncan si Society are alone responsible. These are Ike prominent c.xamp , exculpate the Cnrmnitfee of th' books that ■ the North only, but mainly for the South, i du av ■v does not merely rob m not m of kidnap- Irom God, his ci - t e beasts of the held, physically, id ell. to ally vork at the least espouse is ever a serious problem with .11 who employ t! best and cheapest for the, steam- of horses, because they are kept at ine ; in others, wood. Oi ispense, though capable of less work. Othi the loss of dearer feedin mperior ment of ,-ely discuss, three-fourths cotton-seed torv by :ne side of Wati a: n !.-'; '■ u TS -,i more >v(irtliy of eminence would he be thc.ie be bought; neither would money in feeding slaves. " handy the steers." The e sheep, the calf fr the i bill,.,-, lurdcr dealt fairly with both author an< With respect to the responsibility of the administra tion of the Tract Society, lor these alterations as trans l iron lo their edition, three qnisnoi:-, which admit of i It;,! ii.ee know that Dr. Bnrdcr had made alteration and on.issions on the sot.iject of slnvc-rv" If they did then, by following Dr. Burder's edition instead of th original, ther iudormd and adopted his change*, and ar sla^s^eed^ot! ^Se' Socially, t the she, ]i ■' the moth, Cattle cannot mat "'in morals .ind ix ~ will of the w I, father or mother, c< he supreme law. The ns tin- cruiserjuene.es of obedience or disobedience to his master. I have in my possession many sermons, as weil having read those, productions caroluil v. Nobody th edits thai :'ln:-e in.nivcs would also be urged up-m the inlract- i.bk, horse or ox. were In-, like ihe slave, capable of being influenced by them. If the poor brutes could be „„ red future fire and brirostooe be superadded to the lash and Thus it is clear that neither physically, intellectually, socially, morally, nor religiously, is the slave esteemed
|Title||National Anti-Slavery Standard, 1855-10-27, vol. 16 iss. 23|
|Creator||American Anti-Slavery Society|
|Subject||Antislavery movements -- United States ; African Americans -- History -- To 1863 ; Manuscripts, American ; Slavery -- Protest movements -- History ; Slavery--United States--Periodicals;|
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|Date of Original||1855-10-27|
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YOL. XYI. NO. 23.
NEW YOKK, SATUKDAY, OCTOBEK 27, 1855.
WHOLE NO. 803.
Wntional JUti-SUmi) Stantwrfe.
$8 affected by the spirit
avery. I have heard in
n ; have argued and de-
suspect that the spirit which excited I
, ' J>el
of God, and
that lie bad himself purged our sins, ami sal down ill the
Of Ihe I'dble. and ;}.,■ Chinch |„ be a divine mslitutiun,
than the Church
bo the priests npoi -vii- on !■.■■ hoiy : inling should rosl,
His thoughts our thoughts.
stood that men who Icnrod not fioil, neither regardei
man. hum? entranced over ils scenes, as representee
s represented in the
be the highest and purest the
be adopted into the assemblies of the wicked, when1 th
certain thoughts pill. Ibrlh by Isaac. Taylor, upon Fan;
ticism, and read by me several wars since, recurred !
niymmd with peeulia. force; in 'lael, the thoughts wer
suggested by a very natural association of ideas, for
I'.oidil not b,il ;,■!.- myself, is is. baled! a
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