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American Freeman (Newspaper) - June 7, 1848, Prairieville, Wisconsin lA TERMS sw MM In Minuet or limn after 01 3 If but m oi ihs too till I u of f HATM Of at ibis mtu I UJ or llw nt ami HU fcr I four Jo I AU tlu bu pout to ft BOOTH ABOVE AND T O In live In Till to do ft: think The sits Miv If with jimr In In the Anil tilt unit In A-i wild n kliv O mount up ror or uup yo VJ your liny lu 11 It Tin nil tlic nc in iif I In- III Shall you be V Tins in a soft low voke a very pule but very young creature as from her in tte toMly replacing fan There in hk and rhe him mow In re Taking the hand of wr boy bent with that i moping of the It n t nhe bid been marketing tie were in ft basket opon hor Dn tlw very toor of a bonM tn a poor but neighborhood she Philip hnr little win beside it him n piece of bread nnd butter for and hersell in putting away the situ bad bought Jij tho time this was done head of little told her lie was ready ftr hig low How tenderly tic taken to ly mothers his fiico bright hair and he arrayed in his Pressed to her bosom warmed his littlo feet her hand returning to from the ti re to which she ever now and then held her open palm then ing the soft foot sho it and so sweet to mathur's ours I iint not what lit H itli It ini when lo ilu To j nut U tin to nu Ihu thy spared More our loo Antl Hint Is Him ye an brooding and lonely over present vii stricken muss with the Almighty why will you remain in view ot ill mind Christ no bnt In the centre universe is a Heart a great f which beats beats bents fnr nnd inc Then while cares mid crowding und and pressing upon in like the old we'll bury dead bodies out of 0111 yes unbosom our cares to him who for us IN my my of Vi dirin spirits tlic of men a mighty truth every ami thought which the heart holds is ot mercy and the Uc is the wisest the man constant at- tention nf the greatest op- of and with anil breaks every op- position be may improve those NOT TO TMK we can drain and bottle up of to sold by retail in ars then may to the of man's sool under formulas profit loss nnd over this too as over a patent engine by cheeks nnd valves and balances provoked the car Those H rat charming thus and in his b'y his capable unassisted mother How full of meaning was his full of when leaning in her lap she joined hid hands and bade Heavenly to bless Ilia earthly parent how pathetically oiiiiglit the sweetly serious calm ami holy tono of his ress When Was said his arms mick und cheek to they murmured together the lulling sonu which concluded for his slowly closed and the softly passed from his face apd then ho was gently to his snug and bed SD far all was would it bo said all was calm but the void in san's not calmness it was rather a tUr and Bodal which is to every breast and nut be denied to any The more spirits seek or stimulants presents to them the submit and polish put 1 lit tie fuel softly on tho fire her and sat down the j lonely m the 01 thai of ahd yet and sho ft htr and and no n register the of W ith he that she Was not for thit Krehe her exert tons pot her fa order She and clothes for her child away them with her tears In tor her Ii bund and the us frugality Wro Thw will warm I thought fid wH think that that bv much to secure to Too Iitu had upon bnt It nied by of fats lifo and any he felt tho of n which tho me troy my was to him the more mid fs thirt be more in apt to ha of her looked which I nta goine I hire around with dwire been in tho home to he mo Sometimes i tittle irik bottle win til en the mm le shelf and a sheet of piper her little and then effort a few linos wore traced mid the hidden ib if ilu hcd ed a One she h id moie endeavors of this kind thin tun it nnd spirit of wm her Bught ej e and glowing oh her cheek when she Wiis by an noise Tlie into the drawer tlie taking the candle she tuft the i beheld by two merij He had met with had it been had fainted during the and with the sach circumstances appeared before her fit very the of Mr Bore i nre of of die io onr own human The heart it tome death So it all the world aver When agitation it w followed by death bot continue the agitation Mtd yon relMa life and health nnd And 1 hero be pern to bonow from the bock of Omniscience no read that in the pool of Imun which lay near tlie gato of the temple culled no virtue nnt I the togel of God n and itm til it And may it not be to Ma it not be that the dull and sluggish i current of human around with top a stirring up I tell you we want more the feast thaf fuw furnished agitation at tlie North From de- fer all Philip Morris for MB HAT to our the following sensible Speech of JOHN II at the the American and Anti- Society as in the K York Express What he reforming the the of Slavery before you can expect any groat change in politicians will bo assented to by candid own of all tics i I have been so much to an audience so little my Ibr that kindness bates you have learned if you rend them that there nre enough ot them at the i South homo we 1 need of more limitation it the so that your rit may have something fall batik upon at home re Mr Announced that ho must bring his to bnt the audience replied cries of go on But t imi longer speech hen ami it was only by coaxing that I to at so now if break ray promise I shall have to tell ft lie after 1 I wish any thing to you about or about J ready On theme subjects in full arid and I have only here that every thing I have said is but faint and my own feelings in relation to those subjects that the psige of oni history oh whicK they are mentioned is burdened j and no change rr i ever shall this my until that mure and did ent shall catastrophe- with which I iiin ii i J of no I And now our and your How do we now stand at under n promise I not to make n ti with peat regains publish Washington the organ of our government a detailed account ol the purchase nnd capture tho schooner I1 uri by private violence with fifty human beings on board miking an t to their natural to Liberty whole of these twin women and dren were not only by the law of ture but the Constitution of thu land A re- or decent pretence to the conti ary besot up not of authority in tlic District of by one hold H a slave then by which they are drni'gwJ from ft vessel ami thru it into prison u most character But supposing Slavery to have a legal nee at the National sent of atul that supposition it still more to at as a if there any Tight of Even according to the common in- of of the lion wilth to fugitives from service il plies only to those who huve been hold bv the of one of fled from But the District of Columbia is not n by right Hrc free men en from tlie deck of their own vessel like criminals through lin street and ed to a dungeon for performing a common act of aiding and trembling the secure their freedom jail is the prison of the United States built by the I any thing to you about and funds of the free men of Ohio time which Susan him is aa it is hcg ooi history oh whicK they are is was able to return tci wopk his yol 0 of it j ut what I sny ivt or the bright picture exhibit to you in one of thuir A stole hor l ill the neele was plied Now and then paused it to wipe mvay tlie tears thai would gather on lier lashes was just two anil twenty and had been for four during of which time with books and tlits most newspapers All wult lie nobly to of tuil the drudge for trash us can be grasped Alas hud he but thought of lier to love arid cherish till death should had sho a soul of with his own perhaps tin intellect us capable liad he been twice tho net anil to his own objects of pursuit ta the wan of hia he to that licr chuck grew arid heir that lio had boon to Tjie poor here to New Yort thinking he it at but lie found he wrong nnd posted oft to shouts go up mingled with the of and the shrieks of he of a war for the slavery f applause That is the position of our nation to-day No man can gainsay it I know you Boston intent bat the miserable at the y itl Go to an 1 not la want of proceeding from but they dure not deny iti to Bangor ho that ton to of the lie was still as loft as ever from Awny Such in like anxious nal who in search of this voices will say it llin would look find the A of it a while K the of a fuw weeks pro care ami anxiety but I there to the White its occupant in town she had thus been led in loneliness Philip liar was an oi.is with a solicitous of securing his family all with health lie returned to his will habits and sityrifir.es I political creed is to lenrn in t without any will of his find i tilde and almost tn do it Cro thence to tho I Conn I to comforts his he j even daily walk with little Philip liis weekly tinn for sonic trillin wit ry j of going up arid ami Cor himself was some talk of her horn for to wife and with the utmost trust in licr i a time and trying of her j and economy left them to her I disposal lint while thus trusting and liberal he to consider that all that might demand of hint While he sought improvement fur himself it id to linn that it was her equal to her the oi thoughts would b While he sought i oilier minds he never reflected on the I utter privation he hail tailed on her No hail taken her from the i home her father a small farmer where lief j mother a woman had brought np and several brothers sisters for their station remarkably well Her father's was one ever flowing with the of human kindness and tints aided by the spirits ot their cherished children n nr Slie smiled this was yet I loft it she knew that slie ivas to a farther and boitor home and often did sho wish to as but shij was rior spirits and two or three fruitless desisted and pursued as far as slie was able tho even of her way Philip Morris recovered his health anil was restored to work and full wages he talked of tho country Susan and on her trying ii new he to tempt her appetite by such rarities us he could but still he could not resign his peculiar habits and and tlie evils these entailed were late hours One night his returned homn as usual about mid- night when on opening tlin room door moral sunshine had lighted up that of the sinall bright tlie i There is a cret depth unfathomable to others in the of every man which brink's him within the rango of spiritual Many lolly operate upon who not profess believe and penetrate thorn secretly and unconsciously ns rain even the plants that grow under water THK In to lore expect but little from in order to view their faults without bitterness we accustom to pardon them ami to to close our hearts hatred to open them to the principles of a roaoH soft a profound knowledge of the human heart Accordingly the wisest men hare been the most in- A THOUGHT ron not in life tho end of human In every widening i it borond the Dt ath ua ram to tin world lime be oar condition in morning we DO forth We Itf UM kind on oar destiny done we left a We in tin of God Let think of anil in Iku home given it u thousand upon her lovu and memory At Susan would look bark on the brief time that had been employed to woo her from it a dream the whispered words promise of endeavors Ibr her tin mighty city in which she was to dwell which now appeared to her a of mud and stone exchanged for tin fields with i heir breath nnd bright phere had all tended to im dis- appointment yet in the innocent ignorance of her heart slit could scarcely bavo stilted of what she bad to complain Shu loved her she was proud of bis superior I ties anil made no estimate of bis high j moral in the slightest de- gree by the gross vices which secluded as was j tier life she could not but perceive marked j many around her subjecting their o brutality anil privation Compared with she persuaded neglect a very light and venial and herself for fooling it BO much Hut Susan those of Im ity would repaid cultivation and that needed tho sunshine of sympathetic kindness the air of the social atmosphere to keep them in health Mid lile Daily was scarcely more necessary to her physical ture all this her husband's habits nnd the unsociable plans of life in England and in London denied It is true morally uncultivated but had talent and that would soon have repaid a little kindly Too too ignorant to plead her own cause Or urge her claim to him who to all others on without change without or ment up within the fen r of her home walking her spirit full of capabilities and She grew hectic her appetite waited white and of her or hi OMU the d l caving candle awl the pale patient worker ho was in tho in tho next place and you will there told by their head that they nre tlie servants of they arc not the Go from the Departments and you will be met by the same search any where lilte for our government I tell you he will Where is it Where is this of American you ever seen it V My there is some truth in the an- to tp ual who to whoso right hand is red of war and whose front is stained with the foul blot of I would aak this man to go his fellows and in the privacy of liis own he would there behold one mnn Applause the truth wo bring hame to you You talk of your ami you think you mean something as if when a people their own Jaws and government we lay tho re- in ainy If this trine is correct 1 think agree vrith all was and nab that we need to Washington to ook or our government No i I tell you it is silence lie paused ble sensation of crept over hid triune you who are tlie government and if you are and fear like n paralysis invaded liis heart fit m of a why convert yourselves length he Susan my anil you will converted dear There was he stepped incut anil a converted he stepped he repeated her nanie i idle ibr you who arc still He liii j of all that your representatives are doing to ther into the room still louder all w way the he found u box of lucifor a light and lighted He now beheld Susan with her baud vesting on the table seated in her usual place Ho and her Heaven its icy cold He lung his knees on the floor and looked up into her face there was one there wilt dare to deny it Go to and they will not deny it their answers may bo at first but freed from and of nil vrill not dany it There U not one: in fine who docs riot know it is not too much and into it nre of the United for doing that for which people of throughout Europe have buen receiving the admiration of the the hypocritical of our government of tyrant tmd lo I Mid with wt thought my tad it thull lw hi ll that ran orar to in IK As every tiling connected with condition oi to it eut lime I few reading long on of in number of London Quarterly for wiH of Ike ot lUf of France previous to tho My Inw at im no man HP: in uny kind of perly lie no to live but on his tho Uw and hit in among his kin by and An f properly to ut a portion on it be in favor of and in favor of their own Tlie who hud advocated law I ihu Napoleon end the ing to the of leon's better judgment hwt been by ther plunder Crown the ami the Mobility tn inter- larger portion in to n which hai i ad their own property and The uf wan still in full force difference is mndo K nnd properly ill is to be divided tlic or ol t- i free disposal ftf ono thus if he linn may dis- pose fif ball if two of a third if in child fourth of his properly liii life makn a gift to n which in operation of Ibc law mid I only vision in tlic of entail an their In the light ascending from the funeral pyres of thrones and despotisms in j tin old world what must be the black and disgraceful pre-eminence of the of American Democracy back the slave nnd his into disgraceful imprisonment and the slavery Is there an that dares to thise with Ilic liberty does not feel tbe disgrace of his country burning like n hot iron in That from and indignant of tho Iocs us into imi proves the long of his nrt flve cy But His ear is not closed it will not i hear nor his heart hard that it r i The pleading cry of His children made slaves and brutes will not go up forever and unheard The angels of Itu justice arc speeding their way at this moment from the font of tin Eternal throne anil will not return I curried to by which allowed to limit lo child or a nephew the share lo which child or n may In there are nerM of land more or less productive tion in 1830 was or one to pounds ten shillings sterling and of the population are independent which nre ol houses This no air in so unite it for our ayes truth would any plainer than It would seem of tho Angel of Liberty were her j forces all over the universe but where be in this the greatest contest by far that over nations were invited to Will Until their mission of be nre t fulfilled although civil convulsion and 1 mRn quite The a division of labor j nwn lines be involved in tlie retribution ftc Inu thousand fold worse than the j no o of others p agues of tor nre these I the small this present time as if the land until they set the people free sedom were arming Cincinnati where your fathers were battling for ill yo r libe fun or will hesitate and falter for fear you your Laughter I hope not I trust not my friends 1 appeal to every one you mnn woman and child old and you most earnestly mid the disciples of the Prince of wake up and that you purge away the of to it that your garments be not stained with Tinman that is done your work is the THE OK men the of he is a h Hie wiall liis for all are poor with himself Il i the edge of industry of j liis property he is lo acquire nnd is lo limit his wanty There arc million six 1 young man but a bold one English i- a boy comprising thirteen million whom nothing was found worthy of sons of each of which ruled bonds on the examination He was perhaps j come docs CO shillings committed for gaiety or perhaps for evidence Drayton the real hero fuir is an anil liana wife mid children in Philadelphia A correspondent of the his visit to the prison and we extract the following from bis ace unit of Uo seems made for a soldier in such a bold stern determined num ready lo do maintenance of five ami are proprietors As this system mid government hap provided but s is unable to pay wh i it bout ten por per may it up lo by paying a of and away liia Out of five and i While so it is idle and useless mid s io drive out shivery from tlie stale merely IIc ol nnd a sure refuge in the sanctuary ol the s O Kin less to I often asserted nnd by farmers themselves that nothing lie complain about your government You talk your wanting of at ington in ing it or to or inattention A- by That this numerous and respectable portion of our citizens taken as a whole do in fact make little or nothing more than a bare support for themselves and families cannot be denied lint this docs not prove the incapacity of their business be- ing made lucrative when properly ed Its unprofitableness we have reason to believe is to be attributed principally lo an injudicious and mistaken policy in from the North You say that you it great many Well so you have I And Because your representatives have a more doughfaced mong the capital errors of our practical mers may be ranked a disregard to manuring and tilling their lands Although much already has been said on the subject marked antl eye denote and courage and whose open nml ingenuous inspires nnd lie will have need I fear of all his vigor of body and all his strength of mind to up tbe cruel treatment which bus already and which may last until his frame now fio vigorous nnd erect is down with age und his eye now so clear and stern is dimmed with the shallows of Ho is aware of his position indeed he was well Ihu risk he ran and counted the cost before lie pel out upon his enterprise and provided for his family in case of liis capture He is now in tlic grip of the law made by to protect what they call their property inhuman beings and made us sharp and as ns the of wicked men could make leaves thorn proprietors only and a sweet placid smile upon lips for for- stand up giving gentle spirit had passed from them I no about the matter giv but tlie eyes wore fixed was dead t been hours Tho distracted man rushed down alarming all the in- niates of the as he A man wag soon present land the chamber in which that had almost lived and died was thronged by a crowd anyone inspired by u better system would willingly have sustained her ft life or encored tho utf lotted hor -All wore one when the child awakened by the out of liis little bed and for protection to hia mother voice eloquent as it hud ever been to lier could awaken her again Tho surgeon declared that her do tth had been sodden and but that it if as case which demanded an An inquest wait heU Among the dence singularly it the journal which Susan had for wow Sauit tlir why thea fro in the rear to meet deselect conversion of me church iio Hew Hampshire than of whole bearl out Father 1 hood of old more hind what they attend to If they would spend all their serve this labors and on one-third or at most o is considered gu at home i yet it is one that cannol be too often brought be long ns the present system is back to j sued of our farmers attempt to improve the history of do not mean the iif New for I am here in whereas if I were in my own I should of its history to its zens but to 1 say to your history of New York and tell me when you liad a representative who would bow so low as to loose caste at hoaie I I believe you never hud one an ing the Romans that the soldier should be more hw general than of the face of his enemy Perhaps yon inay gather sonio this the propriety makin your Before Gen Scott sot for Mexico ho n good deal worried a certain fire in the roar How that is just what you watt j our Representatives You want nea fer your present system do not yield but and if they half the above Mentioned quantities should happen to Dut in to lands the r tj enco is still greater Little or no attention is pool by the great mass of farmers to grounds of this their ducts are generally very inferior both in ity nnd quantity FerhaM it wouW not be far from the truth to that from four to five acres BOW usually required for pasturing one cow that quantity of Und light to afford for at least E farmer it too is administered with a city is The has causes much making real a chattel and il is injurious to rial prosperity nnd fatal lo and nation The wise nnd good of lo this of but and men made tlic lution of and maintained nil its unit nil either ton strain the of estates this system pinin was an A show thai wrm back of Inn por in existence The been of all Ulat is kept till now all as it is called by lie and m nml bom w which still imported jor use ol governments which still relic of inquisitorial is virtually re- fused is olf from communion or one-half the quantity of land they now do nrk L W found ground bones one of the uf all er i -n c of it in almost town in the Stale Our j is whose s the of c ei of when properly man to tbe of happiness and fo I c sell in ordinary seasons from i crime of helping men io pronounce that a half to two of from forty to fift fi o a halftone per acre and live by Hint creed fifty bushels of corn i excitement among tlie wall s I hot fill on in to productive nnd to fill lit We the would on tin vanillin of that tlie ot irom oi fiom to forty of oats and other still is hot anil I KJ Hn grains nnd fill other in the j menu lo make drag out a life of M wilh ho temptin to knock slaves The for a slave with a view of selling him is imprisonment for from SO for it is payment of Ins market value fine of two hundred dollars and in With a refinement of cruelty they mca i lo trr to convict Drayton of the crime of inc for own gain and be live twenty years then go a man from hU prison they BMD to firing indictment for each slave he 10 in to 1 jm o tW him the ton 20 to 20 per but of bone manure on fruit arc It not only them productive even to twenty hard lalor j n fruit ol ing him with f setting hun at are pt HOT Indian corn it is they mean lo or to mt in But no rop on which iu i- on ind in particularly true in lalion to the Turnip In iin on made four of produced Next to it hog manure applied Hut there of of in the tkc of hog Why rk of not the present with and um v be very U farmer A more -Baton
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