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American Freeman (Newspaper) - February 12, 1845, Prairieville, Wisconsin S months ifi six for veur for ii AT LAW W T i A CO BOOKSELLERS ii STATIONERS Water tini W IV in the by Co I Mates 7 I ICAN FREE i nj i t an JTH! n If j n IV TCi wnc I J V V ALt OF WEDNESDAY I- I JO 35 AT IV T AT IN OKS 11 s v COTT -Si W T Fini Ik Attorneys and at am tors in W Office earner Water A MATHIESON From the BIML SILVERY 25 27 n wan the ancestor of the ites hate no relation to that v e of by ay of their coin mon Noah n ho did not on any of cept the descendants of Canaan See Gen wic it would 19 I hi prophetic it supposed by the most Bi- hie to been the Israeli conquered and the nnanitcs I he negro of that course to bl in that tion of things both of OB i no is mre tcr thu the stul on the great point vhile real choice of the northern map is to be displeased at is culled onto vote for the leatt of tin two if one vf ever trusted hit shives to tight against free men as to done with bin in Gen And what man a-s just and honest ns ham is to be in Gen 19 would ever in a practice so ca and are the same AMU LAW IN ASH GENERA I LAND 31 At T Will attend to the and in paH Territory Delegate linn and J L K Jl I Kxy Jl ff A y 53 IS Key trr si A T i from son of on the curse was bit Genj 10 6 7 it no whatever livo 01 race descended froin t in ages of the world more white have been ihan black Did these white slaves all descend from Probably more of the present Russians lire slaves sire they descended fcom Jt has long been the custom of the barbarous to sell their own beautiful white children for slaves they also ded from as as slavery requires for its necessary the of every rule of the law yf Would a man who was that he would not take of the in war Gen 14 be to strip men of their rights and them of their natural liberty Would ibis Prime and Prophet who the ence of his 1 7 14 1 17 j ly lo o 1 }S 1 Sec be con A few years a o our and Irish ancestors enslaved of th own countrymen the lo which were Bu uMha bills and mites lor i examine j nuU scud It in purl of Ihc al 1 Ihr v -i N A-J AW ANI IX II Win TIT CJ 1 it A r-n s i w T 1 ul ii kM 13 CK 10 V il Y S I t A N S It K O V JM J ti L t in and Dry fJ ami rU I rockery Ac of w A Slinen I order April 17 tynT Nineteen Statin nnd if and Caps ana iSlock Mav 16 attached this day called these a large portion of have they iis w as descended from Again are not divine to sin They arc iiol rule of The death arid of were foretold but'the corrupt Jews instruments to were for in Thus thu prophecy hly leave those See 4 21 IS Judges r Jcr 2.3 0 Matt IS 7 l U anil passages of the was Gen 13 for it foretold the bis own Seb Matt U tic Vet their persecutors were scourged for them cases be riled forbid the doing of evil thai may come of it Rom vis how we commit sin by evil that good may of notions of the of But the is as fulse in fie i as it by the law under the penalty of sure There is no such What was in the lives of any of the Patriarchs us contrary to spirit ofthe that might been great n law of Does Noah's Gen 6 9 leaves the indu party who adopts properly gotten ana should have been in the sage under confutation but for the sake of abundant on our side of the controvert We will ltd the common trans- lation stand case being doubtful this phraseology let appeal to the context and judge of probability iH hut man pi an I Georgia be uncultivated for want from Virginia Kentucky Und il the for more or less of Slavery in District CK bia will call fur its abc lilion i i rich I j Ill Im j di j the of slave for i m ul internal was at and that of the introduction sf the abolition of iv 1 the abolition of en- forced would in by the supers m the their want of in the four former Si theae great democratic republicans has one I behere cup hundred and but ninety it is a m Ilie District ol Colur ia ore U hearts any such probability Jt is highly ble that the was deluge for the oppression 11 jif 13 but there no VK alull that tin man who was from this of his be ty of the the rest iir the character of other Patriarchs to justify they would guilty such injustice as No such warranted by their tions or character IS 24 the of buying uct Pa times hat tins prevailed in language in law or contract may have b only to bow thu question of which you should vote for least of two evils the slaveholder is the claimant of hundred humani M a Steater than the man has ninety unpaid beings whose happi- is merged in that of the master's of that master ho sells three or children of that poor and unpaid father and mother into a distant here they will never see them or the masUr may to sell that haired man from the wife of his pilgrimage iBe must go break trade must go on and the plantation discipline of the must st II ex- the unrewarded toi Tin the baleful ton field and in while the initials of the are burnt ering flesh ns the poor in the co He gang to march the i- long re- journey to a distant wife friends shall be- no more forever being moral his grief arid jnights of to grati fy the avarice brie him be crushed by insolence of his power Slate and breakup commerce lie American eas to Stale 10th We from abroad i u b thu District These will nil nc urged With a force that has yrl liii tier in- to them in consequence fur in the eyes cf which has lately been whole East and Wes by ihc Soulli is itself We see hut one wa of quieting i i v or avoiding this o which r i hat vav in r v t insurrection nti n or of the slive j and excuse w ould p tad to and Mar poverty-stricken Ten Square must tlie ground op- Let il be ll is per t I hi jurisdiction for the salvation ot to t to all us a If thought by any desirable could provide lor the still retain sufficient contingent and if wife do not th s then we bay to serve For its own molis a fu v slavery right to irum the of Union or if such dangers should ever It retain of all public ol the in other I mgs and properly with ample sixteen millions of white mei had of its any i 1 from connecti men at the Korth iii and We the Constitution of the United properly ted is an document by means of Presidents Vice- presidents of judges being with no eye lo pity no his i southern and of the high cries foe mercy officers abroad on his crimes by law ifie spirit and letter from learning to read of i great and glorious palladium of our rights religion from to him j has been employed unjustly in- the of strument fur the af the human a iman lose him soul rather than rights of millions it wan intended for body j j the of all Individuals of these parties have not ar vidual our but should study of two by if we could extract abstract or inaile one a wo great I vote for him the we never to wind around he rieck as the of slaves or info is in Tim primeval origin of this case and the lians that ofthe live parties of i I he anathemas which bavo been house n such upon us by e of I the great firee not his slaves The phrase born the been considered as favorite of which Abraham's nations is involved in translation of but evidences there is in the child of the antiquarians are agreed that was the child of one of present of black people descended free but mean from 1 before son it tuay not the slightest of Ham no curse was i i-aivreasonably bu drawn from phrase The real of in of any form of slavery doctrines and objects of the parly f nl u CAMBRIC A Street II T 13 KAN ia in jL I ho ul com- ami under tilt M Iho will lank with inMt May 15 ISM lf JL in ilie nf i CO is liy i Ail uf laic firm will be Ly WHITNEY I UKAN Nuv 21 A- OF ID or Wills or port in upon dise ami naan upon whom actually fell were 15 IS who settled land of Canaan Gen 10 19 12 IS 31 Num boundaries of which are de- lined in these passages nnd promised to nnd bis posterity U-r their from dage as passages the curse pronounced upon Canaan was fulfilled posterity were con- und subjected by the Israelites See 1 24 Josh 1 J Neh 8 Introduction page 3 vol 1 on Some are pleased lo iba colored a judicial which means in such a jsome special judgment or punishment tins in tha Bible the light derived from the Scriptures AVII have no reason to that any special ment or judicial visitation be in this world upon miy cept such us have burn favored with the light of express or special Con- trary to the common opinion it be- lief that all thi nations specially in the and ns Egypt Assyria Ki- been thus through Wm W VV Clvis S W Henry S- Ii W Hills A Ward from the we were in tlang us that hilated DA MCI Wm S Agent Juno J BOOK kinds ol to r no ici to A WISCONSIN ST on hand a latin oi tAW and BOOKS BOOKS and Binders and Mao of FINE boots boards und arc of- on dis tount lo and given tci Public i Anj land ihus severely ed in crime ot sion The a lures barbarians African negroes were not liable to thai their oppressors would otherwise them besides the guilty agents if the are ihs in a former paragraph we as bound to from one tase as in another even though we by its commission Because expression used which iwe any passages wu are criticising show that Abraham's servants were to the spiritual privileges that bis children arc the mas now who cail to worship morning give re- ligious instruction which furnish ati The leaders of lo i if go for spot where it exists on the soil ori sea in a book or on a in the United States raise voice against a in which eaning nce slavery we should turn round of ttn years and vote all the nation by voting for a slaveholder is opposed lo ing and is not to on that we logy for believing were entitled Abolitionists by a give the i Q most solemn of nil guarantees een of peculiar bo to see same privileges which casu could not have been for God iii no of j t- and would never have authorized if it be his prophetic servant Abraham such with la very respecter A DISCIPLE THE IONS AND PURPOSES enough to have Texas extract the follow thoughts from an article 1 1 Will uu Mi i caption written by STUART if tho Whigs s have elected Mr Clay out the power have brought in with was more remote with our now ing I liberty Clay nnd ider thei above formerly to Mr published in the N Y Herald i ill was a of reluctance when we formed a distinct liberty parly the part of many of our friends were con- strained to form a liberty or the agitation of question of slavery VYe could not carry forward a moral for the of the triumphant interest ofthe without resorting lq that political which has so successfully for own advancement We further while one of was in one the rest in gor of being these and utter absurdity of our condemning and for On 1st we liberty i t i r I- passage bought customarily iu to slaves the advocates of maintain that condition of Ht-rvanls been But that no lo that po can br drawn In of most slavery the the is at and can only b a I do not to on translation of t w Hebrew here primary in in tnat cast a vole Tor a would only extinct and r I would nave been bered only to be despised as ji body of men who for capacity or integrity had allowed to arms out our hands linder plea that they would them better us and we tho Abolition agreed tci the splendors of rising sun of iibC-rty for Iho heat anS Texas I add man is himself of equal law fi by of cash they their musters the j That faf emancipation and jean I earn lessons of liberty them We believe would of of to work ast be honorable much 1 years We believe the increased dred and of per Wn doable the of i1 the of and the land would then be worth imore than siaVen the power to abolish trade bit ch d BS t roy now been thus ni cff he ex or to there inari anl who our and bring the rest of There aru other ferred by which slavery mortal when employed by true inen but those enumerated when would con- vince slavery il had left to dil but amidst the universal civilized Yours respectfully AtiVAN STEWART N Y Doc or THE iv SOUTH CAROLINA battle is preparing Bunker Hill and i a-s uner am The nn v 1 longer battles in thu cause of and Ul equal The old Kort is r i i a Ini There is now a wall of brick the surges of the ocean are threatening its destruction But Biniker Hill a a of the of tbe principles the blood of patriots lowed on green sward below Ob Carolina the land of our and of flur youthful aspirations how v iei s j In tin sch I cut i In n I fure L In the January number of the article is It is from the pen of the editor ami shows that the tion of the Liberty parly is not Our influence is it must continue to Befell a small lone We can show that a can turn world the world is wrung ide up By our we the so hav God fallen since when Mm defended the cau e of in thine old Fort could as we ready to battle her in defence of She from her bordi rs the j sailor justice and the advocate the of the ami the oppress j Shu instills the mil le Slate that Liberty Bui Is Massa and still sons and their mations for right and Hrr voice yet he heard and too in Carolina's The of Carolina will yet Jeain their weakness need not Unit her mountain will allow beloved State to he disgraced oligarchy that now ruin as well as the slaves at helping keep and i very at last a few extracts from this article loshow in light the jf Democracy regards our Wettem Citizen into an fact to whose our notice to neither arguments we cannot ro- an if neither an miring nor It is to that the partly from partly from its own as a been to hold quivering in its mad hand ance of power between llm two great ties cf the u as a fact is we repeat no It may be condemned bu il cannot bo laughed it be detested but it can neither bcs nor disregarded What shall be done with Why is Above nil Whither t The last is a question we begin now for first time to look some solicitude slight indeed yet not to en- tirely silenced even by the best reasonings or best hopus we iii the ter Not that it presents any thing duble so long as reason and patriotism shall not have quite taken leave anil heart of the American still elements possibly of development into seeds of evil loo fearful be contemplated with any of of the rule the writer unhappy rule now lieen And thu in which it in both in Congress and the country A ill I ii ir al I Fiom lite incr SUBJECTS OF ATTENTION FOR i FARMERS There are particular which fur I the being occupy tbc of farming public much ID exclusion others j The one which has more prom than any other is that of sheep is true of ih West But it is evident hat there are others demand as Wool may be a but it can never be an interest with nor ought it to be Our tions are and ought to be various We go into agriculture as in morals icr Among vai I there aru n few which we will name as particular it the present lime lo which we as far as we can to give prominence in our journal nnd which we hope our correspondents will Some of them we had called ibis spot 0 svill r i in bi-f the III is no i b- i ilir xt'S u it Imr to before but it do no harm to First among them stands the of feed for This wild is giving in many places and new grant will cause un decrease ofi il In places ii is desirable lo dis- j place il and mae In this view ol case fur sheep fir dairy and all slock In provide j permanent and winter a of ibi fich Jt thus lie seen tiled l Its ndii m heal i Various piling yl suit and feed is ah immense object Kvery tiling then ihal light on for pasture and buy is of and general Another subject of threat importance now tile in is ilat ol Great of entile an yoke bql owners lo be of put proves undeniably tbe universal conviction j opinion libat variety if not thu spice j j the fabric of in for of That il can ever rer every thing that would lo he i i i i I i t 1 I I I 1 1 l enacted is 10 single some which we uld belie the in or child in I title made o assume bii lo believe it bu duties is no economy in years in to lie perk if 11 jVi nr ill 0 lo D os -ail Din lo believe it bu will of hope or fear article concludes with the following hat to agitati duties is and working such motley crews of the Our cows nre as Dr Mrs the df Paf it shall on about inferior animals It is I be the Slates cow is u hut every f: have in the present article for words more iNow that i the feel and thaf Hle of has disengaged persons arid who for that very m ofi Ji of thau has the of ilit i i in of t- i i cow ol course good me i any of same coal nt case StUertni'e a ami poor one is so great Some cows inake 10 to VJ of per were told of one a few now in countv season 14 pounds make as many will iw r of I ionise I'll v lin llm trouble ihm a will Let Horses ore it possible our a lwl felt i i A doss K and I It- him heller ones I a jwl animals in ay be found ought to turned tlw of lolation By too 1 ik IS tile H i but y
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