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American Freeman (Newspaper) - March 12, 1845, Milwaukee, Wisconsin ma Silk do ream do da H th pint l i i Dv Santa is i Lemon reen irit i in he HE re rn r d DS I BY k no 11 br Inn r to I 3 SO far 41 one for T 7 C It j PHY S 1 C I A N S tl H G EON al the House v AT LAW STATIONERS Corner of Water Mulligan Strati i y Vll W T 13 Ihc by Jones It Co Nor i the A n nt A winder in a W T i Nov 7 Sloan AT LAW T W AND AT LAW ANI What be strum of i nitty f Whaf j When Still 1 s 5 woi COTT W T i Law aurl W T SOLICITOUS w T uf Water und AHSON A AT ANO AGIO NTS M 1 A u T Will to till of ill any purl of this lory Ho i II IV J Jim Act K R iV Cetlar tl li 209 ter si Y Jan fcc pi their Inv mm will and in any of the U Slates Im Of till II A N Ar u n A v o A c UAV M r J shop of 10 r 1 1 Y t A x s ij 1 o x Al 1 L Wa in An Y Crockery null anil Shoe 1 mill OiN nod ol anil IN G Oils Uyie Stationery Iron Garner of A mill or tn April A o u s K IK T 13 1C AN Si l iy in size JL ami arrangement ol tlic rooma for fort anil and undei the ol Mr tlic reel that the American Shu best May 15 IT existing i ho in name or 1 WHITNEY CO limualconsoul1 All tlie ol tlie Jatu will he sullied by i JONAS JACOB L JONES lL OF CONNECTICUT CONTINUED fi or HV on Vessels in port or HI Also upon dise ami Produce inland Wni W V Clark L Win Kellogg S W Henry Waterman S- IS Grant Lemuel II W Thrall HilU John H Win A -Ward Ezra Win Connor Agent t LL kimls of Books and manr to order and siylp hound to iny i i 1843 P WISCONSIN V THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL BOOKS BLANK HOOKS English and American and Printing Ink Alsit and Card boota hoards Which of- farce aa most terms A liberal and School ghei to furnishing Public and Libraries i jj seen lull And t of u dreams all one The fopt may pr.ejs A bring Thua oft ill If lusl Jut Then hast ihou felt amid the gloom i j J If to couch of Aid Anil The balm It sought If in prayer cot j thou haat in i life V desert Thyself spot what hough down ho barh be thet to heaven shall care forgot They calmly rest The a oed if ho and ml ami Tyler i eall He w to for and an lof M mulct him Soon he led him hn our his f hrr ut matt i ch t nl Jick thu Oh that of tlie sacrifice the of freedom ini vile to the she Mt the in man the title can as than -a the j aire Iy opposed to generally ii T this sudden change has this i almost The Slave v or of ld misi'if- ahle victims in a genius and a until his little wui divided 4 Yet of two u in thr one for philanthropy tnd profound chiefly in nearly as serfs ahd parcel of famous haVe seen so few years since jhe of of lias been and inore case of the J of tyrannies of the most Io they had a who choicest examples sublime and is a ple all fhr and intellect and and ri mind by but'the very t L i t is if about-face the Dis- there true any in part unity be ay this last which voice the scorn of he of of all honest now their and n tbt r i Twist ami How lillle dp know that wo How less mny hr Of timo tide rolls on and hears Our aii new LashM the of Of but liku ir j ir 1 mo re sadly in the motley face social system than the I As of in which some The hews forest must by ihuuglit of case or fill die Nor in his admit the Tear Of ill The or one living To him on hia of duty high Arid when his ioa are lurking near of beauty his Shalt rise in where now the gloom 01 Error The he nil now Scowl Kind tomb shall bow An i tha Christian Like the of a Jug all on iime the between and hu Soulli un- dcr this specious ail controverted Arranged to Jier So it the of iher slave it was in tlie Louisiana and treaties provided new territory Kouth could carve slave so it was in the Missouri so called really no compromise at all is to it acquisition of slam territory by the annexation of Texas i The resolution which passed the for the prohibition of slavery part of iis of 33 ID- utes line of the souri look on map of Texas arid how our to divide that country and Slavery arid you wiltt have a illustration Southern first plaice on in use it will that Tex a does not extend far as the posed compromise un- doubtedly true in of ifiiut Freedom hen gets nothing and all a- new hms jer lite r authority of the considerably extends a iding the pro vi ice of Santa Fe By what right th'c ancient hounds of Texas nre thus we not in trie if information every and man must regard the map But even to doin an area ot only squart miles trary cling of from th But they had the advantage they went latest and a have been to raise power and ni color is most The Man or the same way they say of Congress or the say i man in of the African Had freedom and on h in native Und than a year after project he could hot determine to lit tion His old loved him be almost hi nut so for loss of her child should himself by away C I i I f for she to who are taught by their and thai there s no d so dreadful that of being branded u a away there w tie that bound Jack Io hia hon er Th i was his son Henry a beautiful boy of His kindness of and rendered him an universal favorito and was he Qn a uright he Bad carried little Henry on hiis shoulders to the creek be taught him how to his c-r to grove where he trees shook down the brown nuts for the delighted And since Henry had rown a large boy was tlie chosen tjf sports of i Henry was had read more than most boys of He delighted o tell of wonderful things he read of and were his and Jack gathered much thi thai of use Io him j Henry laught Jack to it was done so and in a natural way hat he scarcely knew hr was giving Jack until reader eel that Jack many things unfit for and severely for his imprudent But though willing to respect wishes 10 far as to refrain from teaching the slaves a future he could not conceive how lhat which he was to believe of the ut- he bad become quite a Hia father soon discover a runaway and mi flit give n hint me du larm Henry assured Jack lit 1 lo fear from him and bidding each osher an affectionate farewell Henry naw in the dim it j the hills guided by the no star La a land where slavery is unknown Henry returned home an heart Although hi resolved on what he thought yet so good and obedient a child could but feel at the of giving to kind father It was dark when he arrived His father who hsd Iv of Uie Jl wen lilt his of V S hut jp huut bu tn his i in In- thoMI n t will I 11 on n ilia v oi tbi ANO nf n at the Iy awaiting his return met dnor and his voice waj rather harsh and un- kind when he linked what hsd hilm out so lute I hnv j been in ilic he with my doj and u In what direction r his falher 1 north ir but 1 a short cut through the woods and went over the hills as aj as the river and came out through the by John had you nre i A you Hi al ih tlun and tlir coull door ill- IHT ils iron do nnd what nn good lls dm waii wh il you brought home gain Henry met his and at ones fell lhat lie suspected iiin if of wrong but to test courage truthfulness by a direct tion Fora moment He reverenced his not for would he have been guill of but he also feared God and he dared I his sense of by I betraying an innocent man to a condition he dreaded more thar With respectful limitless he sit od his lather and while his grew pale his lip quivered with ell he father you wish to I hive seen Jack 1 have seen him 1 Gently Km nil that con flirl whose sunny Lion had er 1 all j heavy to said lows Io liis Lose us is in ih li in tl ijf dr liim J nr i i no In u l iil lT hai his glorious and hu lici tn tin j thul hij could and could 1 re- days of his ami turn his kindness by i IH ame caini upon him while he I- would not betray him fa her Hu has j nursed me and played with me ever since j d his of v i ilia u 11 HI u FSn UY HIS Ol ost importance to himself and without freedom and to ft s ten again I he which hu could not become a good and chains he has so manfully broken lie lias L useful citizen should be so very hurtful to been gone from the neigh bo -hood for many ris I would ibor Jack He had not yet learned either I hoursT Do riot ask me my i Reverend Doctor of Divinity to our Vom false philosophy or the in- father 1 cannot lack a of colored race UK felt that die is no Jack was Ui no his inferior in His first that ot quality to absurd and al all j natural gifts much shrewdness I anger lhat his child should dare dispute u isa ns any boy knew and his his will bin a moment's reflection and love of often taxed his own irm but respectful manner of Henry ot I to His father took to the I great pains to leach him that that could the reason and than an accidental in the of skin would seem I indeed even of manhood surely i as -a colored man a to German the rounds of bis tills by UIB of thirty Or is it in of to the i great as in- only be would lit him But Henry WHS very dull and slow to believe that any good reason existed why Jack should not leani as well as if liu had capacity Care headed i to separate Henry and color were his favorile iis much as of this peril of of the overseer at the of the Who occupies the position tlie duties of lhat at the Worth For we assume a primary ar- that when the moral vision pf a perverted I'd persuade at thai he is superior to his fellows he ing to their own standard a palliation of il i It has always to could in way serve causa than to elevate Iha condition of the colored the free Slates and every barrier of invidious them and that deal done but it has A few such UJ iwi -us IJST in i i i L r f men as Douc ass one Kemond the in reality at him from an -J strongest Anti slavery line and ng of Douglass are nre of iin logic distance ji i the professedly Christian people are at enough- Were this the the them might be traced to tlie arid of the which of a and whose instead of upon a living inward principle rises anil popular or to be vine appointment its seem to prove by hat il ii merely of people go or in a to Upraises of il itli dogmas Matter equally antl iti i H the black having endured hardships hips and wanting in spirit pi any other jf become toe and riru as t heir i and melons examples of anjd- This and Loms the we wear the ujf our 000 square styen Stales each uf which will be that What a j B i But all Southern is allotted toi is ine only part of by civilized parl in fact which is in- portion a barren will not probably for to all rivers among the with j erta t Truly the Ex Tfl csl 1 1 his is to and Id palio it upon i ilej as a is ng a to fe of ambition that i his race had any intended tp n new element of that the he greatly by of and less sallish The mind seeks at can never coma or height of a iure humbler obey While our moral dense arid with it will be for the man breathe freely i Even if he the can never attain thai quiet unconsciousness so harmonious he is con- forced to let Io constantly of the North is against thai of tho Had we historical examples that b i improved by eing brought a under thti most lucky of large i w hit c la lid he 1 them in good wigrking he beio known to for extreme to possi Jack was soon convinced that he hud no prospect of his in to escape as soon as possible no one not even mother of his purpose His plans were One about lliu middle of winter Jack It was at- first supposed lhat he had without leave to visit on some of him thai the boy act from a of And he be- him he wisely decided that this was not the time to con- him of it Ho therefore mildly said to him Henry I shall 1.01 attempt to force you to do you think would br wrong and this is not a proper lime i cide whether you have or nol will matter ovi r another your supper you must br j wearied with your wa k Years passed Morton u fine young man set out on a lour to j North al tlie Falls of Niagara lie went with a small party of friends on a 1 short in u small The day was delightful by Ih und contempt lie Mii to him ami ali li and h remembered ol turnkey and loan frini eyes met say t-n and par not ii 1 At martyr to country V lia girl lay hrr 1 was h r Io in IliN neighboring I balmy of the air they Imd already pi plantations but or closer search it j proceeded so fur thai they could the was discovered that lie had run The j hope to gel homo before night sel in neighbors soon assembled nnd men on horseback wilh and as Mii in of fugitive guns Jack hud foreseen that they their search chiefly to the arid he wisely self for a few from home until the heat of the be over supplied himself with a stock provisions for several hacl courage arid rely for future supplies On the day of his absence Henry set out with his dog and gun for a day V sport No one suspected that jack still lingered in the neighborhood and Henry much an be him most hoped lhat alone iu The his light step arid the keen air whistled among the naked branches of the trees was sad had always been his companion excursion the forest and as it had never done before a down a lorrent had passed the rainy season and tn mark huge heaps of old trunk's and of trees on one of these trunks which extended quite across the of the for the purpose of reaching the other side wilim he observed a dark object beneath a bed of leaves glance assured thai it was Jack The poor fellow looked wilh pity on was his faithful the nurse of his companion hilling like a felon from all that he had ever and loved on thai might a distan land this he believed ttt be his hi of his father and of the of enquiring whether lie had seen Jack He loved nnd respected h s he not own life lellin lie but would he would betray Jack still was already sinking In bind the hein i forest They were nil strong and what boatmen and their little over I the waves with must I lion J j n the glow of sunshine amid K perfume of lowers and the songs of i from the shore had not j her r to it is in a she 1 oved one n served a cloud piled in dark masses in the So il overspread the sky This s in amid the shadows gleamed fitfully over forest ing a lurid glare upon tlie wind moaned among the tall hoarse murmurs blending deep roar of tint distant Falls Henry mid advantage of favorable im sze redoubled their efforts hoping to outstrip the slorm which now moment 1.0 overwhelm A sudden blast swept bonl in a and his two companions were struggling wilh was an expert mer and could easily reached die but one of bis companions overcome liy fright seized him bis clothes drugged him under water In vain he struggled to free himself He could not shake convulsive grasp of tlie ing and hs that encumbered with such a burden in the rushing tide lie should never reach the Fur n lime limy disappeared beneath tho dark waters Henry and exhausted from the rose line alone llo the surface a stnn crm seined the skill and bore safely itp the sliore His carried j him tenderest care to bis md j used every means in his to restare i consciousness So nearly n as life ex lulling nf i a to h Til MAKt iron by this ui and layers i in a raised m a i of and days If upon trial is lor o iii S ih called hii which u thi into i- Iron Cm on its Ir n r In to I thur n hut ill using onr to so a quality us to tenacity til body f would In- on the this s li Lara when are besprinkled fe to body cementation In- ID ihi of d el p not ol aa it it that some inie whether hu ever AI reluming factor to his j In ami ton rid pnl into ill lie strel ll llM h signs of his i on the j a bewildered around Jhc j exile when he awoke j sunk again into insensibility.-- j and seeing a Lending The rijan who had so Dully his his feet and seized a thai j to rescue Henry was one of jF by I to sell his Hearty had quickly i when J hii oat to North and he rejoiced i to ied to set to meet v tell saw never away I very am you Her I'll do of who lied the mercies republican slavery ir the Slates ilom iij that benighted land lu chains and glorious republic The of observed j husband's agitation while Io lilt stra returning the ghastly face tlie arms Thank God it i Master Henry Mortal thai I've Soon by his to transports of ll mailer's beneath bit mere Or emu wilh earthy i Io Male in v itli Minn The ties i to of liv a i n ar i may Klin I'll In- iiiii uvo iii r H J t I
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