Frederick Douglass' Paper, 1857-10-02, vol. 10 iss. 42 no. 510
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JCMXt^, rJc&ju^. C%L> MfM €> tssmimm us this rskbots ©? ain, mmkhhb,, wmmwi MSWHOTtitoH ®<? 8®n,®!E~ snjisg,, ®ib ©meie.. VOL. X.—NO. 42. ROCHESTER, N. Y., OCTOBER 2 1857. WHOLE ,NO. 510 UUGL^SSP PAPER 1 ,.a to Hal ^duitH Mrssrs Bwtobsi—Noticing in jour last cud irfyo'n i-eiaoiaiiem'slVMinTlie'l'levebinell'ler aid, of ihe <iisciis..ionbcnveon Afessrs. Walking I'ryne an der en:- ed 1 tbe forenoon of the ■ K»"'' Oregon, I bough a ; provision will be made in ■ntion.by ivhich her Legishi- , .... nh ,„ , ,. ■ dvocato the morality aud tbe necessity of lavery. kansas will probably apply for admissions? luldb _ Tho Rev. G. W. Brownly, a men supposed that ) the v rence'to the violutior :.: : v. from such sale shall be used as e Cherokees is a law as follows: ■ e ,; ■..,. .rueslyonug men of .Ifassaehuse •Beit enacted by the National Cam,-:!,' ^oty i/UM„;,es,.,lvc lli,,t, whenever and bow'ev- m. President, and Young Men of M On the first Tuesday of November los .■iii^i.bm^^ holdTnmsta4nChU''tllL'S) iLW011''' bfl:*al"W- The fiiilowinir scrap, cut from a Southern paper, shows tbatsuch a project is to bo dis- aid could, by anuut pleased with the spirit w'hich prevailed through out. Mr. Smith took occasion to' Bay udoo the main question of slavery r that it was piracy .ity they ..inly by his broth- fe.'i" f.'eingicssis iiaineel (.'avanaiigh ivleo na- ]S',.t.vithsiauei ng the weakness of tbe Pro- ',:;:", ,M !^EmE'. ,l,.„„, l,v-,„.l„, 'r"ii SS ,;,:,' !!:;"!'.":,:!,l.,|l „,"!",'.' i,".::' ^Sfitx:." " ' 1 '",,;' ',;,: i,'",';;' IMS E "KESH .1 p. ££ (Lo„/ih; !5.n;:s; T' ffinSM: E:EEx E\ ,»d,of.b.TO,.<r»«, 11 aoali-lei, ,,, ,1,,. ^£%2%A J: sssts Having prostrated in the dust the sluieiuiliiing uligirchy, shivered its powerover the exclusive authority of the National Gov- 1. By prohibiting it in each and all the Territories of the United Slates; 2. By abolishing it in the District of Col- ,. i .. -ha . ■ '.vhole people under tbe protection of just and humane iegislu- 3. By repealing tbe law of 1807 and all ■ . ■;■■- : ■ sr.t'iiiooal obligation and duty, the By r, re-cent ,l:-i gia in ofde-iM.it seenre that object. Ill, j Douglas and Orr of .South Carolina llmtan jupleet a ng it .is matter. The p.inu-i a theELFv1,, '",J "'' , "" ' been doing ^^^ '^'T1^ th?s "will I " Georpa acd Mississippi, not do, if they can compromise in such a way Qa]j onejine. ** ■ . The agitation got up by i,. m would .ivoid the threatened indaaucn't ,!i Tbe character of the laws under which tho further enacted, &c, Tbat s or aiy open place, i hou i WraahVto*m§lcfcntt0 iOtionsof Abdiliemisni. '"' m, except by p made to ap>ear to the Couuei lie il eaiacl r, either in or out of this,uiii! ended, and slaveuoid- . t.:,e rights oi "ti. By avo>viog the settled policy of the T. By proclaiming to (heir countrymen of municipal res;illation, founded upon and limbed i of Christianity, proudly ' deformed monstrosity ol ■vi !,., ,■"..„. :„ personal dl-lloaor. X,o,, . bound together by two thousand Willi....„ ■ lobars, iv|.iresenled by [he souls and bodies of lated richisof humanity, now conirol ihcxe i'l'imn-1""'-!,1!^11 'ih(' SaE'"":"' ':'n"'t '•'l'k'r '''' in Ib-f.iibli.ai,, America-have no right* whic! white men are bound to resped/aiHi the lb. s exists in our national territories by the author ity ol the Constitution of the United States Aud shall wc. the men ot -Massachusetts, op pe.se only a temporary, faint aud heartless re :ry ig tha first ob- "snii.-agM ,-hall not be want- mcan, by the example and daily e.aaty oi.tce institutions, and by ail means ^"^'p^^l^^^l'-^y^'irilitrnin,' lo lavebolders and non slaveholders—until they tbe work, assigned to the young men of this ^ I umnonedto res- country, by that phili the sons and danghte by thatre.igkm whicl | Son mounted the sympathies of mankind, tbe applause "of science, and the blessings of Almighty GodI ■ough agitations ftnd_ conflicts to -a. d triumph. Already it has laid :ience of ihe counry, and millio ichtyimpulse In_spjte ofthe h . d ng clnss-t ' ■the misconceptions of ignorance,—th' misrepresentations of great interest*,—the t£
|Title||Frederick Douglass' Paper, 1857-10-02, vol. 10 iss. 42 no. 510|
|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||1857-10-02|
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Frederick Douglass' Paper
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tssmimm us this rskbots ©? ain, mmkhhb,, wmmwi MSWHOTtitoH ® 8®n,®!E~ snjisg,, ®ib ©meie..
VOL. X.—NO. 42.
ROCHESTER, N. Y., OCTOBER 2 1857.
WHOLE ,NO. 510
UUGL^SSP PAPER 1 ,.a to
Bwtobsi—Noticing in jour last
aid, of ihe
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