National Anti-Slavery Standard, 1858-09-11, vol. 19 iss. 17
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38atiunal Jtoti - c^ taiio-art). VOL. XIX. NO. 17. NEW YOEK, SATUEDAY, SEPTEMBEK 11, 1858. WHOLE NO. 953. National JUU-$lamt) Stoniiarl). PUBLISHED WEEKLY, ON SATURDAY, hawbeeo gaining by the policy of silence—we ft en gui'lty, both i ioning the whole of this wicked™ leglect, any lunger continued, ivor vould make us, with a high hand, an ictieatiy sanc- -. d.,.:. il,!-.Vl-l:si, hie, a large scale, -.ycept by lite General Oonncil, iisll 1.1- plainti id Mr. SeTwin Mr. Bacon and Mr.Allbut cap.^98, passed in 1843, W D, Lewis were for tl Allhutt were for the df-l'ei f the Act 6th and 7th of Vi taken to subject penalty, any person foi Their Lordships at once made the ) slaves; and after consid of Parliament, aod saying thi took company estab. such company before suet of the passing of the .-.-ttiti-d for admission into the Union, ;s of the American Board ol Oommise: Shall the Board a .scompletiou, will the relat i itself'as to eli'ii-i ii and perpetual policy, life, the tountd --''' ■" lion of their i: been ihe .-a la and <ld,:d,l id ing god lather othat family of d system of oppression and o lins-lliLily ils reproach upon the cause of taw and Cherokee Churches, :er of these Tbe j subjection by AmeriearBE'dTouii «vUe™Ut^s"^^"» *^0^d°?f ^e sory before the fact, when they lain: tin- . iHtiitiethni. ii,.y.-.|io„.".l.tie,,. ,h, Mp and the nets, at ",ll"vv tbeirSaTur. & little long, i &•?,* little faith Long ago the Board might, ~"" ""' "" ttSect.ha ,- ,-jn tfficai I the Board ; regret and shame. ddignity,"anq"with great iffectriiavc protested ie itnqtiily and the evil ; but the time when such ] been tfficacious is rapidly passing compelled It is isubjec bility on the mind and conscience of the Board with most pmdiil a.i.,1 mjr<-,s,yi- w,ii:hl aial uigonoy. Involving a great ih.., ,i- ibe,r prompt and iJctiiule rebuke arnrihe mallei- is before the Churches and the Board as one of tion. If the Board euiitimii: lo reject it entirely from constrain-,! lo n.-.k. Whnl lon-.i; they to concern tin in-iivis ir misery, to which t.Le i unfinished business, demanding, iiieioli-s involved, as well as the Any iny negat sua! iu tl„. highest bidder f n-oleclion of any such free nt theCheroli ng negroes to read or write, of imeriean Board and its Mission; in iaithiul to God without exposii e very first principles of the ( have trie •xpo-mv and rebuke of thei i.'-niddo:,- , ty of Jeho* i : ■■: ■ ■. bukeof " c plain inn i people foi Shall oiikdod.idian to ,,..■,,,,;,:! icked si Fori . plainly be bound of hi! inces and peopl, length utterly i i like water, anTwoulTbe tot ndment "^"^ they willi,'£ly «***"<* "/» if Ahab, aud ye walk iu their counsels, thai ie thee a desolation, and tbeiiibabiiants iho,e, and scorn, aud ought to render the Christian 1 nation that endures, enforces aud obeys the ni ai-iicle like thi: But the ease of the i. I i. ,., i- Tyre a " selling --. ■.'..,■ ■ ■ ■' poor, whieh t off all pity, and righteous lor silver is one of tbe ways in d confirmed the captivity."' s which they n ng- ye, and let us d.iult together." refuge safe, no Church nor missionary urgani relied upon to stand it "f a pro] mght tl Lord lar doctrines,could »ngbt 2. Tee responsibility is now upon them, of free, rij accomplish some dehuite good, or unwillingly, desj responsibility is upou them, and upon thetu now i1 3. By applying now the principles of Uo.d- IVord, truth of G.rd, as Mipn ine isnd ilecistve, in the judgn good meu will be strengihened, and their hearts encouraged, m resiieg on the Word of ihe Lord in the great The position and inlhiince ol llie lioaril ure such, as yet, gi-eal noil Ijetiilieial elian-e, would aiiiuiate faith, would call fur iii prayer, would rally many that ure wavering God und his woid, giving il tree course lo be glorified atlver.aries. 'I'he opportunity ol nueli good lying in th: tainly the great principle of God's Word comes itno up htm Unit kuowcih to do good, and duelh it not, to him i 4. The direct, positive and palpable nature cf the ci be doctrine of the N icolailans cuuid than the doctrines aud practices of I then to think of the only tribes of Indians hopefully converted and civilized ou all this continent lieu;;. jsionsof aveholdtng Ohrislianily, being i , under the auspices ai To thick of the abominutiou 1 To think of the ti izati'nT ■ved only to practici; on o liy worse Uian they ll tossed oft'by* tl k of the oppression, \ c-allii-l thetll, h resented it; the makin then elooy. H'is Lordsh ipprehended that it i, Lord Jus Knight B and bought an est; e guilty of an often jld i for by tbe act volved the penalty '■RITISH RELATIONS WITH FOREIGN POWER, Let who will grumble at the Cherbourg celebratio Litis of Inst «eck. The reception Iy and tee Ministers bv the Fre tmj.'s necotded to the Queen, are who did his duty g too much on ihe Cher. e—thanks to the true old lie people six months ago. taught our neighbors, and e point beyond which we ' of our hospitality for n the reception cf the English a nor try publishers and pamphle m than holding our own, that w< spect for us would bave 1 Kveijbody, - 'hieh the chant" the day, or iu nibbling a ous methods of govemnn going people of Em, ' ■ ■ We simply stood our ground ; ttempt to meddle v honored posses; Half the bi if we do not same method tinuunce, and any farther delay against it ' -—=--— ti Board in tl ■\Vord iiiiiiejikousi delay. The compli- apprehcr.d the application of the principles involved us with destruction. Vfe faithful prophet Lord ? thereloi support of s : Indians, on d lavery I To It ■ ledge that the natedbyourv mplate the possibility of such a r o oppre ty, so evidently des itm ot slavery nnd ,n Church, or Boari uilding up and pe commuuded to have no fellowship with tho uutVuiii'ii works of darkness, but rather to rebuke them ; it is no the iiinio tune avoiding all expression of opinion, but i not only rcfruin bum li,,.- uttcinucc of Goo's Word agains mise iicki.tiwii.tl^itig lln-ir validity ami justice, thin i treasou against inn Savior and Die Uospci, and brings i testimony can remove The law;-, are such that they onl cotti'i t.'nrid.iaiii!.;- s.lioii'.ii so liner have been comptlled strength and consolidating itself in proport: ted by tbe mission to it." The consummati progress in the . sLvery .selfiuudi dly balance. V We valued, if we r. blessing of this result will he lost uiragement from it to extend tl - from the reception of England by,dance " 3- aay millions-, of An nass of the Amerie ty, and our liberty y of our - .'iiglheu t pea« CAPTURE OF A SLAVER UNDER THE AMERICAN FLAG. Ton Secretary of tbe Navy has received the following already given of his capture of a slaver off the c United £; Sir: I have the honor to inform the Departmen atter is fifty n the broadest part, and i buckets t- r negroes from ti muled and capture mding for Kay Verde, mand of Lici ig'. Her effieers-and One possessed an American p ve put the piize under the cc adford, with Lieut. C. C. Ct : marines, with orders at once to proceed to Charleston, B. 0., and act m the premises, as the case may l credibly informed that several American vessels :pected on the north of Cuba about the 1st of ig short of officers and men, and the vessel: Lieut. Bradford, in writing to the Department from barleston, says that a portion of hisorthis. * °aQ8rs™Jaageht0 ftbis pla™ impracticable, for the strowoI large quantities of water and provisions for the sort to the fii re. (.uui(l break Dp Lieut. Bradford further states that twelve ofthe slaves Bradford, Lieut, Maffit directed _ They sing i I am, very respectfully, i :e for Key West, there deck and in tbe forward :n aad girls' ne same neignt, twelve leet long 'neas and the water ... tbe midst of circles of , heir share, although tht of them Bleep on deck, being placed in close ord- ■lashion, on their sides, and not permitted to turn during the night. At daylight ng their hands and rocking their bodi spirituals. Several of the negro fellows exercise authority ftcr the manner of our drivers, with airs of itbonty and ridiculous gesticulation an,! big pot "like good fellows.and ith eld breeches on too, obtained from the sailors. The i hold understands their lingo, ant every averse to going back to Africa, as the United quires. Our coast resembles that theycame ■ . ■ ■ hem like cocoanut trees of their native Africa, lay, under the direction ol Ike United .Mutt- era. 306 in number were taken by tbe steamer Castle Pinckney, in our 'by a detachment from they passed the plank several were in a dying condition—a few- tin. ■■ ila-i- apparently in health. Thev ive re visit.d -u Saturday by Mayor Macbeth and several Aldermen. plat s (the e to pursue. He w«s owners of vessels fit- 'e trade forfeit their Under frica at the expense 'ard being brought ii e real name of the captur e the officers and value of 'th. 'hey will thut i send the captui ially erased, an ie Echo, and v. ] taken. She ;;;Dv^v- ist. It is in Lower plain, two mate lisseneer. Un 1 itilude 5.3 y on " Cape Verde,' Cuba, latitude 23.',1! ice, where the Echi officers of the Dol »nde the day belore j Echo at daylight in the t supposing he was su number of launches n iv see how their federal rulers ainst the abuse of the national fl i needed, and is asked, and will 1 to tbe call in a spirit worthy of ive chase to th r. lllahk cm few noisy, self- threats and scolding., as vehement as those which eame a France. We have only to hold our ground as we then. We .._., point of c cleared the ground and of the weak and the progressioi about liberty of refuge and of S| have nothing to yield. Wc huv :cr, tor worse; and we shall Stai quencee of absolutely right conduct "on our part will if such J by them. . frorathe bully-element t ,o be trifled with by anyb •t of the one is brought c iSgl Lunplishiug the « ii assured t juitl he have said, liie result even of his own ■ ■■::■".■■ is is impossible ; but rath.f, g passion of the bul ne, d mil i-slnvery policy, the two nations will be placed t a further distance Irom war than they have ever been :om the battle of New Orleans to this day. The thief American Bourtl, the slave code, with additional clamps and securities, will be supreme; and at the same f remember yvhat a legitimate, admirable opportunity [iiii.ies. m Churches under its supervision, lo have ti which reqaired li ITS-SLAVERY LAW ; London.—Be'ore the Lords -Carter vs. lllide.—This indiug-up of the Imperial i, established in 1825, uut whieh has already by res ig-up voluntarily. The di rvention of the Court wa lb in Brazil, and the c sionofMr.liuU' dustrial enterprise ii projects of cotton : tbe eyes of the wor should be wanting. ,o the raee to whic lupremacy in regar .he repro " " by acting as f ors in preserving t, hauled down th Tbe Dolphin followed suit, displaying her t boarded by I ?pt separa ibeyed the commands of the person who had i on deck and in the holds. The* i fifty-five feet long, ninet four inches high" tbe floor i fin Ihe tuarded by a det ■ ■■ " : . ie of Charlc a: volatile. Ily.unmovet 1-eston, Aug. 28, u!r nl (cver-heat. understood to be tbe brig Putnam, i f a clean and beautiful model; pos y qualifications, she has occasional!' s of carrying coffee and sugar, by i n land, for there w molest her. igar. In general appeara robably SfoOO ronnd. Th iibor, erected yyheu Uncle i hington'for '■" iav,' The c cuffed. Think of thi through the i ' the I tefs of a slavtholding city by the Prest ■ d ,... ...... ..'j-:'.,'.':.. ■ '„: .,V-e Wo: id; /-./" I^i-ii:, ■* u,,d IJIOi: . night of heathen ^^ Ufeof to th othe fall I Tatife^flna their arrival. They lack, aod says h ositivcly and unmistakably reli ice and eottoii fields ■■ ■ neero - the :hem. Ask a prudent m :hem here, the act of providing for them nterest to the negro^—not what is agreeable t lense of propriety—but what is expeet-.d oi oreign sentiment. And I would ask whether lignity of a people that are i iberty and conscience? itiiat /lie-.: nifiioa .Joili be taken from the port of apt U be to take them elsewhere in a slave State), itwill be a brand tiponour institutions that should leart of everv man that lor [■ -ol world tbat this : ".-■ ■ :" :■■ rights and ,e Within il his indignant pi n ihe iikeconditi rouijht ! country a For the first ssel has been " taken In tbe act" of Other questions connected with the ela- presented by the capture of tbe Echo been llitiCS. Whnl sh the cargo" The laws of Congress a To confiscate the vt.-sel; to fine the owu- the amount of the value of ihe vessel; ptuin und even the crew—all these are si :e.l solution. But to return t the United Stat. iduced practically i" done with th, tin and explicit dthe there under some authority len, is the mean would ask how tin of the Echo should would only be tbat they r mg enough to prote of returning them I of the negroes it would be a fate far ned. But can they be aves, captured from traders, into an apprentice boi I the most hypocritical end M.-nious .-idtm Em mpidity ever devised. Tbe difficulties which w 3W enumerating have already beeu seen by the Br ig a dollar, she devises the apprentice system— ie, tbe inducements of which prompt to workin agroto death,doting ihe tenn of years, to escai ~8i"£: t. They may hut would th '1 : ■.. -SrXH ii thanks'whatever vith the New York Tim themti :ablen softl nd brought 1 nen, and surrendered at discretion. No papers v vhich had probably just been used t --rreement. Tt passengers i .Ami.-.Li.ii toni-foolery will be allowed in 'edge which cracks the dry log employ 11 is tin: real, actual reopening of the Afrit i by previ 'olphin, with a =cted the prh and those two of eighteen, excepting the ford have done the i Charleston. Thisis helping hand fdrtunates of Congo, who will receive spirit of the age, and vest iu every other S York Herald infused the spirit of progi laniards and some Euglisl ., 8. 0., before His 1 idge, James Conner, I ng officer. The Court . Jrity o ght all infractions o rill gain the pre- ic demonstr ■t of the slave system itself; and yet -""-Hssivo power the system aud its laws i lawfully acquired, and they and their cliiiils-eii are lawfully pos- realized the value of these slaves, nod it iso.llce.iU on theii behalf that a doubt exists whether there is any mode o: realizing such value which will not render the directors! ■ Northern e Garden. I?or I spindles el r Eiver. " eld Ll.Lti:: ;heverysp< „ charge of the President of the Young n Yankee mills. iule uf Maffit and Brad- giog this bri ■yspot togive the unfortui .-„.., ie seeds of a boui ■y other State. Nt s the arrival ofti s. Editors : An unus was captured on the t k and bo much lUntenanee tbe opening of tbe Africa i experiment may be made ■at will be of great service and good of African t^g i" cargo, uot disposed to urned loose in th .1.,. ■ ings of c ignorant aud hei ■. Dahomey," whose palatial residence shall be oma by the-:.- Hku|la. While the blessings Of Cbristia: cal usefulness of African Miss rated or exploded with tl Let upright and h fully t [issions, and the ;ountry and Ei Oitltllds, Uly tried under .ml, under sui.-h tnt them back to Aft What Bball be done with them circumstances, sends them to ht (sensible to the last, as she all There can be little dou especially as the captun from the li sadlord iu a small boat from the wharf. "Upon sentcd itself: a deck covered with native A It is almost too late n 1 other Italian relatic ,cy which pre children only, v ill and soon to= ■ lack in color except e proposed o But is such a course to be adopted " They are here o ie very threshold of civilization; shall we send ihem nl,- Lo barbarism? They are at the dawn of Ct inity , shall we send tbem back to heathen darkm here they can take relations ; shall we take them b itbin tbe pale of a society where tbey will be safe, here every physical want will be surely supplied ; xik? Do n why we should si the captors inship, t light, wilt iu: tute. 'They will probably set e er originally American, had I iiers ; and as an offset to thelibei file in the United States Cou epudiatiug their claims to An urh, their preteusic ispect. They looked amiable and docile, and readily I Jf any si aenjiceofme, i asked what il he liberty of the seas, aud the independence of ■ recently vindicated by Mr. Secretary Cass, in , her cargo* aud hority than ihe English vessel. mages by tbe South Oaro'liut I, tbe captors will be entitled
|Title||National Anti-Slavery Standard, 1858-09-11, vol. 19 iss. 17|
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|Subject||Antislavery movements -- United States ; African Americans -- History -- To 1863 ; Manuscripts, American ; Slavery -- Protest movements -- History ; Slavery--United States--Periodicals;|
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VOL. XIX. NO. 17.
NEW YOEK, SATUEDAY, SEPTEMBEK 11, 1858.
WHOLE NO. 953.
National JUU-$lamt) Stoniiarl).
PUBLISHED WEEKLY, ON SATURDAY,
hawbeeo gaining by the policy of silence—we ft
en gui'lty, both i
ioning the whole of this wicked™
leglect, any lunger continued, ivor
vould make us, with a high hand, an
a large scale,
-.ycept by lite General Oonncil,
Mr. Bacon and Mr.Allbut
cap.^98, passed in 1843,
W D, Lewis were for tl
Allhutt were for the df-l'ei
f the Act 6th and 7th of Vi
taken to subject
penalty, any person foi
Their Lordships at once made the
) slaves; and after consid
of Parliament, aod saying thi
took company estab.
such company before suet
of the passing of the
.-.-ttiti-d for admission into the Union,
;s of the American Board ol Oommise:
Shall the Board a
.scompletiou, will the relat
i itself'as to
eli'ii-i ii and perpetual policy,
life, the tountd --''' ■"
lion of their i:
been ihe .-a la
National Anti-Slavery Standard, 1858-09-11, vol. 19 iss. 17for