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   American Freeman (Newspaper) - March 20, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               ?4 BOOTS'. W. Ctffict oviit of itnd K iii, 1843. "Fi3i aiiJ liaw and SoKcl- tori.in Clmnoitry Miln-aukjti, >V. T.', JPlttorney and Counsellor at inul: Solicitor jind Cojnaullor in Oharioorj', Mil'.v.iiiUit, W. whrtber a negro's toe nailii o offreidom or not. fB'.weilhadlH'i.th Eniland.: Since: nbrqad, that ;the danger, the AtHirnoy CouwttMoi aj: and', Solicitor ill; Al.'a'noy it at iind'Sulictioriri: Clmncory, Soulliport, Winconmii. !j r-. J'Ollt.K, ANJ> Attorney, Solicitor Justice of Ihe Ward, Milwa'nliiu, W.T.- KcptBifibcr, [n'-Jy Attorney and Counilcillor at Lnw, anil .Sulieiftir. Ohuisecry. Milivanlcie VV. Ti jitit to the cornti of Mttin 'fe.il'iscor.ifH. ftrett, I Two (iinnanoithofPixtcj's.anil loi.iifi Ureut Slori', Water Street, .VJiln'tiulcie.' se. cWani North read arid consider tke following. ar- f fact's and ijrpresented at tarllintj and inconirotertlbfy. it ornoy uiiil oim .clJor ami OAJ.ITMK.T, FOND LAC t.Ojj.W, t. i Jti. U Lf ,1'jl.l .t'j IVI.Jii'i, ANO ctutKSIILI.OU (.AW ANI> 9UMRITOII. IH iMI.tNCKIlV. Millet? Ali'. IM'nlltfosUitt. ATTOIOiKYS, uSOUCITORS, AND COUNSELLORS, w.' T. Oilic-e north-cjst corner ol W.itor tun! Wi.sconbiu Slrw.fl. ike Ch'arier :1S42.. SLAVERY IN THE.STATES A. iVEGlTT.- SUBJECT 'FOR THK INTER, CON.GRESS. shall have to proviso for the COMMON promote the general wel- .S'. Corvstitulion. i; It! nfccudry ilnly' ol the tnx-tU'ty pavt of the .cswpUi) well internal.ta exlitriiiddi it.M'ftyib'e .a 'JLOC'JJL ajpftir, -t, if .it'fdnttih'ts tn- the Union 'smith a subject lor ,Vn? forisidrrntitm of. tliosC' chitrijocl with the general administration -of, the Mutlisnnj- of Ya., inilhjn'fihit Congress umler thn Constitution, May 1 :j; found' Cong, Keg. vol. L p; .SO 1-11.. ;li .Is slavery n KouVce, of national eurijty J I answer itiithe allii'tmitivei jttFerson, in his note.-von says lluit t.lie Stnte perm-itting one. Katfjof its citizens to trample on tho.rights of the oilier, them inta M1ES." Hichard H'pnry Leo, in the Vitr :'i 4t'h.-! It :is no.wfwell in JEng- that pu'r.i tier is completely expo.sed. ;to thji si'.ons 6F ail naval arid that -trie to slight; barriers to its progress. .arid Havoc. 4 which rijks been coolly Ijfo KVBHV RN. ccriea nml Jl'niU-iona, mul UOOIR uivl Wiuw'iiV i.ml ohiUrtjn's IVa'fr.tilrr'rt, Went first (lour m rth of Jtl.uk, I'ri'VufNin." paid I'.ir Kloir, On is, Corn. Cuvn-iiii-nl, ti> Ir-l-t. HI OH an JlTl'OHNKVS AND COUNSl'.U.Cmt AVi' I.AU-, SO- I-t'ciTims IN.CMAMCMtV, .GKNBKAl- LAM) .MILWAOKKVl, W.T., Will atlund to thu oolljclion iifilonian'lji, p'.iyment anil oi Van tlUl'M, in uny part ot'.thc T c-rritory. 11. l.tnilif, 'firlrgutr. inCoii- grrsi, Hut. 7'.; jit Wutkt'.i- imil .1, t-V j.. If- tl. U'ltlia, It. f! titffiifn; Lii'lhi.'zlnn. Wi-intl, Pitt- M'urs. ,S- tin JSrutit .WvsM. Tcrtn-ll, '.ti-r st. ,V r. iliiiT.. in Pry uniwaif, Gro- :Si'ilfs, Oil.-, Puny, Iron, Nii.l-', Sl.'ititincry, of Jvl.-M mxl HI., T. Pry Cirwr: llnrilwiiiv. frm-lli'rj', WiKiiii'l.-VVnrr, I'liirils, Oili 'ityc. Sli-i'l. iVmls, Still, Fish, Wntrhos, ClfcVt. l-'uncv. llanlvv.u'c, Sih'ci, Ai'cni Jontiii. -One floor of Dew i .Work. Mil'.'vanltic, N. Wntchi-s, AtiiMi: and; nuintii r A; ri'.i.'jii.ttnkc M is. o u s ii i Pfotdry Publie. Lund Ml t. A' All !C) T. Offfr.i his to cinr.v (lootb'. bomb. liimls. Also to. Clllti-   tho v.'huie Virginia.- in the s-Amoilchatc, of." utlompt.i" lo tiio slaves from regaining thcirliilicrty: Aild t'.ini'i yiv, thnl thia'.illonipt will not and .in the' 'The Jsiacreifjry of the Nnvy ih'bfFecjflhnt yye must hiiyViihe naval .forc iB orcfe of the jsirongest marialiit.ie: power in liBJwpifliJi to protect ihe fSo'uth from ipciirr )n hts.sensba oxpects sufch. jn'Mrsibnis irilillie .less thttll. tliisl" says 'the our fleeis: the r'triij.mphs ho rt-si ;ini! tc'd? Jnist au ad a 'prospect uf ..a ol' i'' Hie lii'iiff. ami .Kn' offfrcctloiA will be urnVetl .sy'ith Tf-o iiuo Judifv Tiu-liC'r of in a: Lcgisluturc in 1 801, said p. a e-ALR.. 'dlysiN H'l1, lil 11 il i ni.ANK J10OKS. Knu'hsh nnil btiiuiol lioiird, IVinlifiiiilin-! U'riii a njiaorimcnt (if Cp-.-i h.ilinon Atah.imii' FJ.VK 'Jlf' C-nrd ho'jkf, are iti lirs'liol'ileutlho.liUKE.OFPIlE' in DiV'ICKV S.JECfliO a tluciilcd tneuiing inc :e'itpensBS of'tho :-_-ir.- ai. 'Lf ._i. L.j j f. jpoes; sj4 very i n ybl national 'tx- V; i -M'.thjt wmird allovy., Souih.'.'db tlie whofi) jiu't.dien of th> hpt.produce as by some .thjiej. the na'turef.'of f loss f taken theiHmapcriatcr.'.'.', was Stirmcd tjo'r pbasibKfj fj .j lost s'aclrbsef lj iid 6 j 3 Ian jj: Con 1837, atpount facts tdr'tling. Tit ibuve ticut, !u 'i i items talten aliojifrotn tlie 3, tjrjs full of jj Foxirth. .Vfiion jtmr.rnon-. cyjia-i filled: i I: ii ireawiry, hawtias.it priatedf, .y'plpsiy. Southern liesp'ota 'thevast governinertK.lQ dasilroj'.your niitl iritercata. Loolc attif'i fallow. JSurslavcjiliMirfg-prcf-denta have redrivjid have only received'.: from the Cincinnati Herald. .JUSTICE. IN TENA'EiSSEE. time since, there came to our re- sidoncc wyoung colored woman, whose husband had been arrested in -Nashville, and cast into jail, on'suspicion of beinjj ft runaway sltve. She showed us a letter which .she. had received, dated Nov. 12, from whichisva extract the following in prison yet, and don't knpw .when 1 shall gut out. The people of .this place took nio up on suspicion of being a runaway, friiin some person in'.the lower country. ''-.But they'have not found any one to claim never will. My lawyer came to see me ihrco titiies, aiid olfered -to attetid my ense for fifty i.lol- but Lhivd-no moniiy to offtT; so 1 have not seen riirif.'since-' I have been in prison so' that 'iny prison fees amount .to n hiindred doltaris or more, and they say .that ifll nrii in prison twelve months, I will bci sold out for jail fees." '1-Iis nariie ia Alfred only a: few (jeer running on live river the Insttefi years, f Jis wile was wanted to know what coiild be dosui. We advised her to get a coiiy of his .free from tho Clerlt inliCiiicintfali, and "we 'would do all we cojiild. We opened Bt once a ilefi'ce with a. highly ..respectable lawyer in and th.i> Thtfir was, I hat >hoy uNarhined "Pe'sleet, nnd did not believe that he his 'story was that some person there said tht't he oncu belbngf'd to a lady in Louisiana. They thcjeibre, thought him .riot worthy of tho bestpwedcip Jijiri'-.- :Iiis jnil fees', they said, amoanled to he would sooti be sold to pay'them. No claimant and it vyaa clear that he wasj still VVe.forwarded another Uiilei, asking theyn whether, by the payment-of .his jail fees', pne uni- Injiry dei- dt-af- chain glo- Jlri-is has :been at the pains recently ta refiiw the (faid census, and has published thi.-fesi.ilt to the world, in. the January the vAm'erical Journal of Medical Scfeiici'S." eKainination of the consul (if; ihe versall song of glory to thai inin ty that damns the negro to ol 1 blacks of th.? N.jrtlv sliU pnjp.niJe to and seej 'and'. think, anil si'ngC'a'nd talk glifa as iiispitb of tffe last census. sor- ry tostrip (ho Southern slnve of the jrecious consolation' tha'Hie is 'now in the -irjly po> days of thy iti the language or iii- .pired wisdom. comes liotne appro- rislely to yo.u, at' tfc'is try'vug; moment are young, quilctooycuDg'trt u are, and if you had remerji'iered your .'teator in your past you not :ow he in the jilncc, to Ion's jiidcment. Still it is nfit too lute 1o Crcntcir; hecnl.'f early, end. Into he stretches out the arms of Jfallic'r's love to ycu, to the vilest 'j, and Ccum unto me, and be i-d.V You can., perhaps, ri-a j if you can, road them without jvvitliout to God foe- fts.si.itniK'e, urid will bfeiihle (o uy, n you JWM from jbriion to poor, isljiyc fj'd uiidei- Kimilar circum- comix hw to nitl eyes, tongue of i ,.oll ,j Me compelled usi und'Ui to dj> it. And those who.-yoiilH ii.jnin ad-i to'-'liiip.vlUttf do weUltOjlwik lU'eicehsus tb'roiigh before tbevj begiiji, lest (hey inspire him If you cnnnot reml the Scriplurn, rnir.isti'rj of our hol.f rifligion will hi rildjr ETTER OF. M. CI.AV. DiJrritt's ChrfiStiaii Citipien, of.last cfiliiiiiiis. the Irtter frorr, uck-y rcao.rs will, me to sew, i omens mdica .ttvc lasl pnt.ijrronb.j Tljougb ihu.jfollowing letter frMn the s M. CI.AV, was not intended Tl last Dis secuic diiy (if the ho) in this place for the public eye, yet xvii; hope-out-i. editor and the author will pardon us for havitig i-nserlcd: in our paper the uxtracl below. The. high-tiijnded'imd noLU; senli- j it eibbodfes tnust be our o.ily ex- cuse.Tor theijliberty havi; liiken.- i l reflect.' pilgrioi fathers 30, t-fiad nod rjrplain i you will bewblf ti> standing, io tipon. ooly np. can belp un'3 you, Jrctn Chritt; "the Lnmh oil God, who taketh awa] ihp ;sin pf thit viorW." To him I you; vhroujrh him you have.lh'al opening of tlni day-spring of ry fifni high, slioll bleM you yiSu in.a.i ilveilMtinf' 4 f.nint, foreyrr scntpiice ol" the [aw ii, you s to the pinch tnm whence you thence. 10 llin gnul of dth.il thefre you be toil confined UiKlil1 Kriiiny, tho iril which day, of ten in and two (ernooh, yr.u bp taknn to tha ipnbliu execulicr... jnd tbcra y ihe ncrk ti il j-our body te tlvad j VJIK! have mercy un your soul. jyiTickcl in Who wouM ilcjpated, so Liberty organ- it II Lilvt-i have nn ization II Wi! hlvj; a letter froirj tleinan iirinc! of the .VVifstenn counties of Jan. 83, which nn i 'his method of io- tneinorflble Witj that in tliLilaml 'the adjoininj i Ihiu 1 firel !icouiiv'.os aro a njiiiiber of KSQ. Aji) .Dear It is'from Ihe desct ndant.s of (Kb.' piigri'm lathers, that 1 look for an exhibition of. thut large, ;spirit of philan-1 ihropjiy which has in p-'isl rnai.ii.' N It is {pom thai spirit of opposition to abilitionists: 1 tnijan, ibnt tbert for. ten years, of-wjiir and; iJtininci- perha'ps 'ali'on-p.iMl'pciitsiunknOwn1.'to nvetV) have men who iiurlujfed i'ncxtiriguishableiiin in the tipe of iil.ib'-irjiy viljivs tit thn shall (el H, w.ill givo true publiij vneeling in. idenunsiasion of jthpgts'jjwilo hfiil for: slavefjij irnprisdiii'd the misilioiiaries, -.hat'l .firstiftjlt "me liV.iijui lfiF tborith 1 hifyo .slood one 'fjgainst l-'iiiaivi iiH far J' haye rerniftir.cil liqwra'! an antl God hed: I re- i of rh'y cbu n t j-y n ien' i n jltyis our (o have M full I'Ck'liiCtori. 'il'hi.i atlonith you, but ntlviT.lhcloss it ii tra4- Although y DI; inny iittie dis-hoeirk-nisl it no good men to bo run and elW-tv'dlhy the nnd bti of itiid chocr; the you scattering if Iftkintc dtiefl rou.t io in of; House! of iin thtt Ui.il tiotwitf of frt Kr.inlij   

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