National Anti-Slavery Standard, 1860-06-09, vol. 21 iss. 04
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ZK-+- Rational JViiti'SlalitfB $tankrrj. VOL. XXI. NO. 4. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1860. WHOLE NO. 1,044. §aturaa( gmti-^latwi| jStatilard. "^TSK ^^^S^fSl^^, nir.iunv ivri-si,ui:in stiiniri. i-i:n\svi,vama \xti.si,ayi.;i:y .<nt'iMTV, ^ru-^Ittvrrjj. wilh an a mi nil vol'some two or Ihree hundred dollars. This -,v,-,-. nil volioilarv on lhe part of die neutlemun. -Mrs. Maria I.. t'liihl.tilTSosloll. lhe would-be enlhusiasl Imo/ling lhe learr relorniers |„ which Mrs. Hill lice, the Ihc folio* do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute to .he'l.-.- ,,:::, thi ...:, fndhfllhi','..-. ANOTHER VII.F. ABOLITION OUTRAG In the lisl of passengers per thi' steamer A I'boV.'chihl a Mr-. Clark liuulcniubi. v March ITlh. . the mil Mrs Min . which Milled f rely young iso.l in her (amily.lmd lie. ■view will, Mrs. Clark) i s desired her to conside L' known to him any of .i lift! ,alc sl,„, Ariel, C, pril Dili, luhlnm. : " DKMOt :RA TIC ERA TEOlLh . he ^ uiledv s , her eoiifiilcnce lo such a. d. had Termed lo avoi-l such a serious privation, which she intended to adopt 111 her arrival In that oitv. 'ibis plan was. to transle.r herself iuimedmlcly io I-. si e .■.!■ ',.■:■ home, i i Petrn. «ee. The'smward ol alier leaving \s|,in wall.'and desired her permission lo iiurodiiee her servant girl lo lhe stewardess (also colored), to which Mrs. Chirk replied that such a corciiioni. was unnecessary, as I hey would certainly have frequent opportunities of Lemming aci|uaiuleil on the way. The steamer at last reached New York; anil before even the gang-plank was thrown mil. Ihc colored and another small child besides, enlircly dcslilide of ■v assistance hi ,!l the inconve- e embarked on lhe liflniv 'lea'vi'."' New'Vi,,'',' ilivvmiu'r lhe ^','v i, Vs' ', 1 j mi Irish woman lor her jourinc, home. She reached this city on Saturday moruiiig,and.after lirraklusliug i ihc lioaiiokc with Mrs. 1 Greeley and Ciihliugs code of elides, which, we hesi- tale not lo say, is, in liirpilude and si-ounilrelism, nol hideous aspects of aholilioiusni of the tlreeley and Uiddings stripe. It is the substance ami perfection s'lhe'l'c^ami1'"' ° ,_ That the provision of 1 e ,'iilo|ilioii of which (he I' In the light of the been noticing, we ask York, whore it was which have recently b iiitleil, of what. : the Union time o/their adi e'r 6. Resolved, T for the rendition of fugi have been formed," ami the laws iii' nearly seyeiitv years of°samu ion io lhe hiL.h.i-1 judicial authority, have unquestionable claim to the "stale ahol i thie- Is there i conservatives ami "friends of the South, and who, miiuericullv. lire vasllv superior lo ihc abolition fie led on by the Apollyons of ihc Trihom: and Church PIIILAXTIIRnrv I The following has been handed t ouK illustrates whal wo believe to be tact, to wit, that the whole posse of are as destitute of the milk, of hu said to he a liberal, whole-hoarte. have made him bleed freely; but fi I.CSTRATED. oason to doubt, iKiiuiuu'hum'ln's be found. If they eated their reoord m some of the ereati And wiio should be surprised at such a of fact'? True charily is a meek. Ibrbearii com ical : "Vim philanthropy. .Mrs. Child wanted tc .eosiile of the wounded assassin. John c vciw spirit of ihis false philanthropy i, to do a work ol' mercy, hut I,, gniii'tlii dculiiying her imme wuii lhe Brown raid. ml aliiviit.u. appealed lo he:- in nchu'lf'of'u nursing 'an alllietcd"child. ' TlV liccause there Dai sympathize oi'Misskd, years' resid invalid, fro s this: that Mrs. Mar ViiiUi a L. Child, the would-be ;.:,,' '' si hei-se\f,,,| same source, Mrs. Child |iaid no heetl. choosing lalsily all those humane principles that she haspleadc iiiMiimit.u- ef ih< nll.ers. ,ui any pivtexl. whether di.auTam'c'm^ahv,asitm.'is'ii,'1vioh,'it::: '!.,',,'■ i'',,.' ' 1 I I | ieees-;ir-, Hc'so Ibelm- on ll lhe I ,:,.,„. ,1 Ihein or Iheii I In-each of faith and a violation ol' the adorn rress shall a , liici REV. DANIEL WORTH. quite agree with Th./; Tribune, that niartyrdon ibolish boasting i show the fan Notion In..- loudly . Haiiie I by I circulated oi dollars the Rev. Daniel Worth, oeiety. 'I'iiat field nearly twenty dollars' wi .ii,,.,, - Chris- failhful'lv preached an'uii'eom- h mere verbal1e'frOTt,ri'detet- .-slavery hooks. Many (bought object, anil greatlv feared my lined that, he Ihat'will not risk far i These t rather covertly; but, greatly dis- are probably doing more than 1 have'been able lo do bv prcachinc AnifJii-r these hooks. 1 have circulated lii'tv copies of ihe-lmpeuding Crisis' ofihe South, bv Helper, whieh lakes like lire in ,lrv stubble. AueN- liuie.'.....' of N'oi th Carolina, aman ,",f unrivalled popu- Congrcss, ha- aiiolhor: and now-, for all ibis .lefiuu.-e slave hu I Ibis Wt.litl, ■The wrath , portents, my brother?" What does tho Boston TraefS. lalicc, and all loichiirilul.leness. ; blessedl CLIMAX (>]■' A RO I.IT10X ATROCITY. I | IMrloterto . favor lhe audience with tin- new light In: had received . on the Constitution. Mi-, hosier having always declared PERJURY AS , RESIDENCE E Constitution of theUniti :s(Art. 2,sec. 1) I of lhe i esc law ■ii.lie uitorl.ivnce. lhe I'rcsidmil Would be luiunil bv ■■ toexeeuic the law. No such ens,-, b.wtar. ise under the whole period of a Presidential ■ather '11" 1|" ' volume. lis.'one w'oullfdiu,.. 'inn,'; ' I I "l ' 1 elf by'rmu-iug'to execute an < ng sworn to " lake ear.- ihat // derstood that the opinions of lhe t NewTork^sViiocUM lor'th'o Vcai i howlers llms to look upon actioa, with the Sectional partv whieh is soon to ineei in conclave at Chicago. Cutler guise of religion, these ■-shriekers for I'rectloin " are t:iulea.\ oring. a.s usual, lo push along- ihc. ear oi' radical abolitionism. It can- lion of Loyejoy in Congress, ami Old Brown in Vii ginia. wilh I lie eiish unary maledictions and anathema upon evcnlhing and everybody that does not com up to ihc spirii ami leln r of their iulatuation. EXCITING OCESTJOXS DISPOSED OF. This resolution was adopted in a large Committee lhe Convention Ir, ihe'Yhairman. Lev. l»r. Scotl. ol Caliiornia. anil was adopted by that body with eiilire It is a noteworthy fact that so much inllaiuinalory erv^t"h-:i°US-,V ,liS'" -■m,eg lb, [uestions as Tempera nee, Sla.veiw. f extraneous religion, it were exceedingly difficult to com U etc it becoming a secular journal, wo should uil'uh" i ,'h",,' , ill dtt'lmo'eSten5 t0 ^ ^ C ship]ictl in Ib-.t lieeversi'hm-ch! Whal is ihe'ivaso, that " family alier family has dwindled away," am that only "a tew people come in to supply theii ■Ives, to show us the light but do not come then -, Ihat 1 I doubt. ciery. :;::■( i which you allude. Our agencies io do this will be .lainly our anti-slavery preachers. c\liortcrs. chun.h- lembers, and many others friendly to human liberty. mleed.it is not at. all ininrotiable that in a ven.r we .light double th. upply the increasing demand. A slavelioldi another box of Air. Helper's work to md. A Slaveholder who has read this book is now asiiing las neighbors, whal tual Caloi III il operate, when, where and how it may. ■; spiritual ipecacuanha has already been o he hoped it will either resuscitate the ■mar Ian ■itual 1. tec Iff] ! ihlll he V isucd by Gov. Hams, i edy, for the arrest an .larshal for a high crin to learn thai Mrs. Kennedy succeeded in gettin ither, is provided S» I y flu I seal of their sternest i total to the longer existence of t and allies al the North. The iir-i "if,!.,,:■ arrival in New York, he Is exhibited In Che pit as a hero and a inartvr. and oa the i (.Monday of last week) the citizens of N white ami black, old and voung, men ai ■- assemble at the Cite Asseiiibli Komiiis i. slalemc-d of Rev. I), Worth, of North Oaro ami bis views, and declared Ihai lhe people ,,f New Knglaial cann,.l aoi.i-e.iaic lhe position of such men as Kedpath. In New England men think ami delib- erale, but the West reduces to |.raeiiee. lie delcnded '""— "I" Ib-iail.l.eans as being smnnlly anti- >lawrj.hutonli such men :,s Mr. Iledpalh are reatlv ■hiihler.' Their posilio.l i spoke ill behalf of the The Tribune, whi Cl"nl;ll)]"z He could not be count o'clock lhe lueeliim'adjoiinied. '.;:: M, J. H. Fowler said that the Republican party new partv, and he 'was readv, if need be, to dagger, a Sharp's rille. or anvthing else in his i Bunting, of Boston,_a Republican, defended the ,!-;■ Doyle, of Kansas, denounced the Republican I debate ensued between .Messrs. Bunting and vilh'Vhe hvMdm nan of the Busi THE CHURCH ANTl-S/.A VERY SOCIETY. A vi:kiim: ol' ihc Church Anii-Sbiver\ Societv was held ai. Trenionl Temple at 11. o'clock Tuesday forenoon. The attendance was xi-vy large, embracing a large number of clergymen, members oi' the Society ami others, anil a large proportion o The meeting was called lo order llev. .1.1'. Webster, after yvlnch pray< ihc veleran llev. Jacob hie, I >, I >.. of West Mi 'file I'resi.lciit iheii iliailc a brief address. Tie said lhe belief I ha I Ihc Church was oWi-cd to be governed standard of the Church (o a level wilh thai of the slaveholders, but to condemn slaveholding as a tin, and 1.1 ask that the-Church amy h,-d.-im bed from ibis POLITICAL ANTI-SEA VERY CONVENTION t 10 o'clock, a. m.. Tuesdav, May 29th, some fifty ons isseial 1, I m Mere intih Hull pursuant to a 1 the call [for which see Standahd of May 26fh]. 'resident—Rev. John I i i] ii s n | i Stacy, J. H. Fowler; Unsine^ CommtttK—t.ii. tor, J. Redpath, N. G. Allen, C, \V. Ehlridge, R. J. ■n lakin-r the chair Mr. 1'ierp.uil ilcelared (hat he ml alwa,sa,hoeatf, liliea I a.-luui i„ rethrencc to .avow, lis well as all other relbrms. lie .pioled " -"ty years ago. to illus- quentiy on the men of Ihal should not let slavery alone. . Blanch unl, of Bast liepublii ■ South, lacef -solillilm No Ike plall'orni for the seal lie. closed In incoln and jf: Id lienclit the si ■i should tie,■iuiv his w 'lliic re hi , vote tor a man like Lincoln, who .1,-el: a l\-..c ■!■.,! d Mr. | .. ,. [losiii.ius. and he read lhe f.c.irlh rc-solnlion of th Chicago I'iatlorm. dcclariim- Ihal each Male has tl, eyelusho right to manage its own domestic instit, the Kepubligan party has always sustained slaver shed his speech by saying that he larty acting on this platform only respecl for the tale ' those who hi ar bm sPaid"' ll!''.'ieehi]'ed"ti.'ai"i mmi g. Mr. Chillips g.o,.i tbe pi-merles rtvii 0-rribie overaaulu,,-, ihal s,,.,nc led to by r of the villi 111- lilVthc, •culating Helper's book) s laniel Worth (out on bail from a North Cai " ' 'shook) ithout law - la'v'his bail (81101)0), or he must iiis days in a Southern jail. Meeting adjourned.' At S o'clock a small audience was called to order the Ourvisoniuiis ureal er.-iiil lor die a iiti-slaverv sentiment of the country, bnt lie knew of no wav of abolishing slavery but by -"-- ami t:e|,iihlican parties ar I [ I ns , oademn insuri riglii tlmtevcrv man posse- ::;ubii\ull'n, eofSlOOhas been „i!erc. re^yV^in- T^S, ,, d to, particularly in n from the South, a as, whence they hav ° teer.0dri,e,rb.'"7'. ',',°l,'i linen table apathy a .one- ihe (Imrclteson tbe SS HHSl55b luoie.il itieian, in regard to the solution of tl Sloane.of the Reformed Presbyterii i of some length," lle'a principles of our fathers. He reviewed the' eulogized .lol.ii llttiwii ami Owen Lovejo; ile I hen siioke at. some len-tb on ihe-reat lirobh of What shall he done wilh "American Slavery . 1 agreed with .Henry Wan! lleeeher in the sc'ut.inii. was that he did Rev. A. W. ■-laif.ol ik he had stood beside tin- dead body of to the Slave Cower in the Baltimore Pen'itentia from thai moment he had been a. friend of lbisc.au they ought nol lo lie; and 3rd, if they didn't h out. thev would soon be where Ihev w'ouhlui w, to be. 'lie coniplimeuted the kite Theodore Purl could nol sympathize wilh his religious views, ;: which closed the exercises, and [ho meeting adjourn The annual i ,t m was b at ihe Meiom yesterday aflernoon. 'the TTcsidi , ,1. C. Webster, occupied the Chair. By th,: re,,,,,- I (he Treasurer ii appeared that the Society wa- Dr. Alellen here attempted to speak, but .
|Title||National Anti-Slavery Standard, 1860-06-09, vol. 21 iss. 04|
|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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|Location||New York (State)|
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|Date of Original||1860-06-09|
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Rational JViiti'SlalitfB $tankrrj.
VOL. XXI. NO. 4.
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1860.
WHOLE NO. 1,044.
§aturaa( gmti-^latwi| jStatilard. "^TSK ^^^S^fSl^^,
nir.iunv ivri-si,ui:in stiiniri.
i-i:n\svi,vama \xti.si,ayi.;i:y .
National Anti-Slavery Standard, 1860-06-09, vol. 21 iss. 04for