Frederick Douglass' Paper, 1854-12-01, vol. 7 iss. 50 no. 362
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%6i*s y^^^j $tthtnt%, B0ttgkg0' paper. jj \0L. VI!.—NO 50. ROCHESTER, N. Y., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1854. WHOLE NO. 862. £l)e Den of bi'lann. COLORED Pi'JirLE. Wo propose a brii lightened public stint pie in, Indiana,^ ■ all confine our obse, naied in a rather "abnormal" state of publ feeling, : ere has, perhaps, boensomo mit i fifth, of tho Con- be t- (,-p'.s- tbo colonization of such negroes an the Stato at the adoption of tbe dan -■■■ Clolei-..!mce..joi(.s"l,'ginljti00.to Ci its provisions. By chapter 74H,, vole,no lst.of the R, Statutes ol 1852. the General A led to ol ley provide fo; ibly pr u,m_vt ine ion, article, tbey providi i St:it The dork all mt ll" ii i'l u I ptaoeVd. 8a>°' ighlsot ihocolored peoplebat designed to operate only -((ll.ly b fihniio -e<l up Y up. -'■ ■ ■ linguess" Toapph over tho iaud- »r!v ,!;-- rund revolts, to induct poople to go to Li . ■ Uiclegreeoi tl.oir credibility, lihe any oth er faei.it> the j,;ry~in sd.no of tho Seres abfeiiid ,-.11,1 bbort tighttu.ov.'i. «(,!, rcler.mcc to the true interest of our w!:Uo population, Surely, tbo pre You assert that " Poor Remand foolishly firm d his belief that it waa the bh an's color — an assertion which, if tr ikea th:8 hateful prejudice Out ot the Cu gory of ain, pride and folly, aud makes iral. and therefore unblamcwurthv ; ! .ku black, blue, green, or yellow, or neither olack, blue, ;;rcen or yellow ■re mutter of taste, and no '-no can i-d fur their preference either way, s "murderous everywhere,'' should so fni hange lis nature when applied to color, thai nd dwindles into sinless '•preference," oi man. Us folly ia sticky. For it leaves hia .8 Of such a license 1 .. s or to the first day ot Novoml ■! :,. subpeena witn, ■eight of miuibitaiionof anysucn no.,, ■ ■tiiicato. Tno act also -extends to the col-1 Tbo Constitution, ho ... orod poople ci e,.,p!,..i '■■■■■ [:' '■'■'bich any wlnto per,oniSa party ie interest." :■ -■ ■ • ' .-■.:■■ rive any' of the benefits of tho common port of schools, colored people, in common ute towa7dsClthe0SchoaoTfUad?in° th" way^'of fes a sesaed for in wh ...i'i., « of tho Slate, as also by escheats and other ion 2d.) Lastly, colored peoplo aro not eiompt public Idgbivavs. (Soy Revised Stalut.'S, (l..y, on tie umiotiee-d The samo body who I generally, nnd sought to banish to. ■ ■ isles of'tiio sa*-'— wb. tw'r''"V u_[ ,i "ii'i'i' b '• i i:'iY spirt. ilinii (Bidtint colorod population—althoog ibougb ,. sum of°z7: ion. are applicable me. A. yot.it has be Aud mho can dot ortion ! however on this subjec fide ity of the General Assembly ibftrge, and equallu o ' " bo Tbo law, ii i tt in ot a plain violation of tbo institution of iho United States, we need in bo grcatl> surprised that tile Legislat-uro o.oUL'mc-ncs of this kind, b::' l.ll.io with fCSp. Ut til l.hoKiiltO CliiMiniiilOI. ucii arc- but samples of the manifold gross ■ : .■■-■■■ .- ■ -i-i. ..e :-:■■:. F ourcitizons! In the fact indicated by this title we fiod reign State ' whi) i 1 , i cbtK and sympathies ot ji-jmaiiity, regislor- ublic affairs, denying the protection of its ml progress, should at the samo time filch mice lor its own exclusive benefit—nay, i t it sicn iscertain- ,'f iiiean.'ioci, ! What a 1:: . ■■.■.■■ :.', ■ ■ ■■ .-■ •- -(.„ tho :.:-..:i. li .;;. oi i i wen truly "-.Y'V^i-iYlly eges, and evou r'could bo ex- B i»r,>ui Cotters from tl)c people. . . ■ . ■ ■ . if their condition, (when the fault of that >™ imprudent actors,) if would be equally omplexions over which tbey can have no (octroi. Therefore, I am inclined to believe that Ur. R. would net have come nearor the-.ark t he had have been wise enough to have wed the term conditio*, instead of color. I do most heartily agree with your deception of both "prejudice and prefer- From whence do i and " preferences" ermma holly instiuctivo in thei ibly bo to the respect of manki trusted by the same objects. Or will you arch of condition, while the other is revel- ig amid tbo variegated hues of complexion. it ■•preference" intensified by "human ide, selfishness and hatred ;" and tbat the lence in one community and idolized in miner, and all on account of their co.iipb-x- ns. Tor tbe proof of this assertion, I .vill ti Douglass, Remond, Gar- , Pennington and luglaud. Ireland and .hrauLiiioui X-- i-iio-liLiel, c h Pennsylvania scarcely be iie-nie.il tbat \,s enee for tho have often e iditiun, it would not exist among the d people themselves, because thei dilion'and connexion with respect to liberty alitutions, and tho In feud—birthright claim the profession of some kuciiis faith, or worldly ■ thi* prejudico affects the of this country, moro of ArriTal of the CANADIAN. THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. oatered and adopted the m liK'itof the pact tmd present, I say I i dill'cr with him when I say, that as an J. N. T. TUCfvSR. END PorjGLAsa:—Oc Saturday P. M., Nov. 11th, I visited J. N. T. Tucker, in the ond Street Jail, Brooklyn. My opin- that he was decidedly insane at the ivhen he killed his son. It is probable •r several years he has been suffering o ought to havo been under treatment io good insane hospital—or bettor yet, Tucker says that he took brandy as a med- >ur prayer should be, " Hold thou nd I should be safe." There is at the Town of Sevastopol, but were repulsed with great slaughter, 100 men it is stated being left dead on tbo Hold. rding to the latest telegraph advices, ii tiio attack upon ilio fortifications lorousTy •Selections. THE SLAVE TRADE. The Tribune declares explicitly that "there re now iu New York, wallowing in wealth, 'ing in sumptuous palaces up town, and hant3, who for years, uninterruptedly, have coi, engaged in tbe internal slave trade, and ,w, would bo swinging on a gallows as higb s Unman." Ono of tho agents of thoao mon who have Lord Raglau. eui;;.-., bo pot The n his place ? ■iai'of Cant. it ought to st ■b-iiti (Ci:.:. ii bis , lYiYl ,piece "■■ ■ ■ ■ ■ "■■' - York u the very depot, j The testimony showed id, eii.e board and other cir ire proof Thoy finally tool tho coast of Africa, what tbey ■go. There woro €,Gi human s possible, the object of. (.!. 1 .- !:. ■ iiiiii on tbo right sidj being that tho i not been directed I i House, it haa boon said ti 1 It might 1 lightly taken. olnmnly sworn t :" Hi ■ I'nib e SiKi./.iiiid ii -cd. It might h lightly taken. riero i should lose my life, I will fearlessly do mv duty." There are some indications that the proposal cautiously broached bv Mr. Slic'cll in the Senate, and more boldly advanced by before tbo present Congress—more- favor- ■ baequont body of Kiicvu'i'i.-oi —0:i fciinjii: itive slave, owned in Maysville, Ky. _ ■ ing an empire" thero, with tho means provid- • !,-i ■ rf be: .tabliahud. The kl'dtii .xp'./cil, tl-d, alleging that thi ,,(,', . ' Y , several men from Kentucky her co'ticealod for two days, when she madi ber oscapo, aod gavo information which In. f) tho arrest of throd brothors, named Hen atrocity was rightly abominated by the peo pic of .Miiysvili-. viiio b-camo intensely ox- i Commercial, 17Ik. pla of this county, there question. It was tho scourge of t Children of Israel, and its potency was ft by both Jews and Gentiles. It was visit tyrdomof the Apostles,aswell as in tho Ho Cross aod the Protestant Reformation. Thon tbo pivot on which this prejudi fondant's plea set up tbat Mitchell, the pi: i tho Spring 1 >-:mtliu .foreign Sntel'tgence. ree days later THE WAR. B WUh ofXVc ■ . ofethe sot tho offleial dispatcnes ot AOmiral G«n. Canrobert and Admiral Hamb- i of the allies on of the bombard- Tho English "loss on ship' iso and Madden Vest ni. > I forts (Joe .wor and o aod Co, ievastopol could not bold out much longor, nd according to ono account tbe assault A tolegraph despatch had been published y a Greek Houso, to tho effect that the Tho telegraph dispatcbos published in tiled the Mast Bi iy it. This evening wU coi: iked battery of 12 guns, and i declivity- 1 will, I hope, soon clear th tho assistanco of tbo English bat- ich take it on tho lef < Sank .Hied fleecs mi bio me to gko an account of tho results. The English batteries aro in tho host pos- iblu condition. Thoy have rocoived nine low mortars, which will havo great ell'cet. Yesterday, in the baltei Splo>ioV i o great injury to tbe boon very slack, and this morning only a few ■ocise news of the Russisn army. There nothing to indicato that it has modiliod rcomonts I expected from Gullipoli and Gen. Lo Vaillant has just arrived with his iO lira divisions ' iufantrv, tho army I command. ■; .,:. :■■ .1 ■: . ■ full of conlidUico. ' '' ,r during icently left ■ in tho Cri- y the waroftico togeth.r with 4b Heating ital of ' 2,800 guns, to bo ready in tho iring for the attack on Cronstadt. It appears very douotfnl, after all, hether Austria and Russia will not have ro- .urno to tbo bloody arbitrament of arms, in ie Kingdom of Poland. Russia has ga h- hilo Austria has stationed along lior fri ■ ■ i nd 25,000 in tho Princi Tho latest news with that on the 7th ultimo, tho Cz ;he Danube, 200,0' i Prussian ambassador at St. I) Ci! jontinentjof Europe spt that relating to tho v. , -iports Nov 7tb, passing at P.M. tin, Colli,,.', steamer Baltic off Bol!- M \ s eor g oast. ADDITIONAL FOREIGN NEWS. By tho Canadian at Portland, we havo i<> London Chronicle of the Oth, and the lereforc no satisfactory market report can Vieiwa, No*-. 4 —Advices from Odoa*a to .-ov 1st, stare thai up to tin- 29th of Octo- r, not! vo had taken plaeo as ro- ^be ad'vlc^add that tho Allies attacked Vienna, Nov. r, li.:; had completed rhoir second parallel, i . ,c - ■, :-.. ' 3d of November. Tho same advices announce that Gen. e it took place, emy took ^advantage and after consulting : Ingbsh lines ! city has withstood tho fire much bet- ) Ensciento, in its onormous dovolop- in a straight lino, carrying all that i! prolong the etrugglo. i, Alderman Moon, ( Mr. Buchanan v presorve peace, and said tho allies would now permanent peaco basis. Adnni-ality notice posted at Lloyd's, ices that next spring a strict blockade mouth of the Danube, and also of all .n Ports in tbe Black Sea, Sea of Azof Baltic and White Soas, will be strictly on- ;ed for re- 8TBAMSHIP CANADA. alipax Nov. 23—Tho Royal Mail m-i.:pC'.iiiidc, Cap: Stow, from Liver- '■.s( 11 -...'clock last night, he African steamship Forerunner was wrecked on Lorenzo Point, Madoi THE WAR. apol holds stoutly out. The sub ■■■ ■ i of tho fifty souls f tbo On tho night of tbo S i Oct. was Yi;YY " '■ " omtbe 17th to tho "lid .:..■!i roar which m .sossionof tbem. The English , attack and sent word to Gen aaston the 2d division, and a squadron of and English cavalry repulsed tho enemy b; barge, in which the combat wa sustained live minutes with tho Bword. Tb. pisiiionsw.roretained. ThoEnglish loss -a MonschiLoff's statement is tbat Gen. Lin randi took four redoubts, two of i the iLiacdeiii English prisi adv-Li yards of tile Hussian worksand the Ch. urs do Biucinnes killed all tbe Russian i lory men who showed themselves at the From Odessa night of tb, .. '! . On t nstantiuople with news to the niug of tho 3d Nov. the soigo continued ide had become weaker. Tbo damage done I i t nks was not much, and was •as reported doubtfully that the Grand Duke Tho Englishcrepi ■liLiipil. KeviLMiiipot i, ' ■ : . of U.e1roopsS bad8occurred^ to plundoTthf Tho blockade is ordorod to bo extent : ■.: . Se* of Azoff. London, Friday—8 P. M.—Thore o Albion had arrived a eived from Gen. . Maicchi ■ol.Oct. 18th: il—Yesterday at sun- ncertwith the English .tt uk i id wore effect, t though the Engiis ipulsed by them with us, but woro driven back.- dofeatod with considerable loss. a steamers are fully manned and ready o Turks at Kars and tbe Eussi bad goitciiito t'.-intor quarters. rstanding on the Russian quest s reply to the last Russian note. <■;■;,. on :. e from the Crin lable troops aro boing hurt lonccrning the policy of France i and, in case of an attack on Cnl Jutted States." On the 8tb inst., the Queen oi Jortes. In her speech sho deeh die adncros, to tho prinoiploa esm ighi publi»b- ■ a of a-,"I and ;lsi-,i?iu1 l-hiropo with the spectacle F a united Queen and people." Greece. Tbo cholera has reappeared violently at Belgium. Tho Kings speech at tho opening of the ■egislaturo, Nov. 10th, says Ihat Belgium -els more strongly than over tbo value of 'o Farmers ond Mechanics, and Manufacturers in the Country, from the " Children's Aid Society." The greatest charity usually, which c^n bo loo to the poor in a city, is to £ot them iu- . the country. Wo, as a Society, hi.vo do do a Christian charity, to assist us in getting these- children, work. Thora would"bo no could bo employed oti iarma. in trades, in might bo saved to socioty from a life of theft i Albion of Monday.) the Rev. W. H. :•■: man. The Gospel was ono of perfect n to God. What «, ;:. to each other, in i.' i- Ill r a God's presence,
|Title||Frederick Douglass' Paper, 1854-12-01, vol. 7 iss. 50 no. 362|
|Subject||Antislavery movements -- United States ; African Americans -- History -- To 1863 ; Manuscripts, American ; Slavery -- Protest movements -- History ; Slavery--United States--Periodicals; Douglass, Frederick, -- 1818-1895 -- Manuscripts;|
|NY Heritage Topic||Government, Law & Politics|
|Location||Rochester (N.Y.) ; New York (State), Western|
|Publisher of Original||Frederick Douglass|
|Date of Original||1854-12-01|
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$tthtnt%, B0ttgkg0' paper.
\0L. VI!.—NO 50.
ROCHESTER, N. Y., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1854.
WHOLE NO. 862.
£l)e Den of bi'lann.
Wo propose a brii
lightened public stint
pie in, Indiana,^
■ all confine our obse,
naied in a rather "abnormal" state of publ
feeling, : ere has, perhaps, boensomo mit
i fifth, of tho Con-
tbo colonization of such negroes an
the Stato at the adoption of tbe dan
By chapter 74H,, vole,no lst.of the R,
Statutes ol 1852. the General A
led to ol
ley provide fo;
u,m_vt ine ion, article, tbey providi
all mt ll" ii i'l u I
ighlsot ihocolored peoplebat
designed to operate only
Frederick Douglass' Paper, 1854-12-01, vol. 7 iss. 50 no. 362for