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American Freeman (Newspaper) - April 3, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin I AMERICA jf. 1 'unit, eiw.cuinj: llmin, foir Attorney, Councilor and Solicitor Jt of thu __ Kiuli WtrdJ H T. Scplumbei. _ at law lon in W. 'JV fiilller Mathieinonj VTTORNHYS, SOLICITORS, B, fr. ANSON S. MIL1.KB.' anil C'liumpllor atjl.nwaiitl Kutieitot I and Uoiiiisi'llor I A, j. Attorney anil Coimsollor at MUV, atitj Solicitor in lu-i> uiirft of tlis'li'tuft IxJCTd. VV. L, ft OHioc Jjiurs Field's Jivvellci- hliop, coiner uf mul VVnlvir slrreis, ii flOTAHV IM'III.IO, AND GM.I-l-MlAb I..UNO lljvv, T. A. D. SMITH, .Mtnrm-y anil at ll uv, nnil Solicitor in VV..T. (to-Office, ihot tu the cornet af Alain M-'i.wwjsm atrfet. JAAIKS S. ut .ABIE j-rAn un- forulunate levonl occurred last Monday morning at jTwelve A1ila Grove, 15 miles West ot Kockforil A person by the name Andrews had pre-emption right to a tract of land which he had occupied fur souie years and which just erected a hotiie However, an individual named 'Morris Perce, either through fraud or some imistake of the Land procured u certificate fur the jS.ime tract and avowed his determinijtton to take.potsessnn lie fe.rry, sloop baralo- vmh others by rUlnall, and Ihe sloop to i.l er Abbott, have had some themselves in it, barricading the doors, The neighbors generallj, regarding An- drews as thejttghtful of the land, On Ihe 1th of Dicembtr hist the three took pnn witlh him and somei twenty of Perry (with three easels ot war.) off Cape Meaieurudo "in-the Hitler of November.- Thb Span- ish brig Volnrjt, wilrj one hundred and fif- ty slaves on bnnrd, having out- sailed, ithe JBrijlish. anil American cruisers. The missionaries were in good health. An. officer of the Unilid States squadron on the African colist reports that: three of the vessels.composing (lagship Macedo- nian, Commodore Pe.rry, the sloop Saralo- calur, Comman. sharp contents Iwiih (he natives-concerned in the.-'murder-of crew of the Mary two years ago By the packet BiddoM, which arrived At au eikrly hour on Thurs- day morning, March we our lo Ihe llth ult The packet ship, Qliaenof the Weal, ar- rit ed at Liverpool on 9lb, after pas- sage of lo days. 1 i The negotiations settling the diffi-r- encts betw een tlie Court of Home thu _rv. vessels mot at and after taking Cabinet of St htlle progress 1 h.e State 1 rials in uirg 1 Irel O'CONNELL'S CHEAT REPEAL AND ABOLI- TION SPEECH IN DUBLIN, 10, 1843. I IFrotfithc Dublin Fttiman's But there tan be no eacute for atro- to reduce the condition of human closes thorn not; only the light of human but the rays of divine revvlntion, the doc which the Son of upon earth to plant? The man why will do so belongs not lo my Over the broad Atlantic I pour forth vioice, say cious a crime an that ol aiiyjmati i ing, "Come out of such a land! you Jrinh- m claiming owneibhip iiiljhow (men; or, if you remain, und daioicounten- who by the same Creator, m ianco Ihesystem of slavery that tendad for ttw aame eternity, redecmell b> i theru, we wilt recognijju you eland north of Pixloy'M, aujl ur.vt to the Great Sli'i'e, Wad-r J'Vtmwr.v v. roN'l) III' C'O., T.: 1.CUC.B.N10 .HAtiTAIAJV, A.M> AN soMcri'oi; i.v en A v. ATTOHNKVS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW., Stl- I.ICTI'OHS IN AND LAND' i MU.SV A t' W. 'I-., Will U> the fullfi'lUHl "t'llt'llltuvU, plVYViH-Jlt ;in'l ftxuininaLiiin ol tuiul litky, in ujiy ol Hie Ttfi'iilnry. lltft Jinn. If. Drlfrute iu frr.i.t, Slmi. (1. fl Wnl'trr limt J. Sf L H'ni-ii, JlltfwAi- llc; It Jt.ll'iefa. Ksq. Hifriuiixr; Lrn.'iy Lutlinxlnn, Vf-'i Cfti-lHff, t'o. O'O 7'Vwi( t' sr.i. H'Midlaurd, Trrln-ll, t.'fil-ir C. 11. 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S 11 1 N G Nulury Sf Lnutt Agent) OiTici1, 2d iloor east of.ihts Court House, ia new County vrnor oj Monrovia on bonnl, pro- tit J ti'-e to nboot 00 01 SD miles ti Cflpe PaVma1., nnd on ihe lilh laiidi'd force of 500 officers 'A council house tjrdolftl on the beach, to which, on the the African King and them armed tbemselvtis with ,and proceeded to the scene of action A gun was fired from the house, when three dw charges immi'dutely took place from the ooUide A halt from one of the guns hit Perce, passing through bis heart and also winch, on the Ibin, tin.-AlncanlUng anil an arm of one'of the Sumners- In- Inhrprtter taint, atu ndetl by his peo- jumped out of a window pie, all lutly armed, (o hold a rqiij'about tenfcel.Ud dropped down dead, The Malt' WM very nnsaliifactocy, and Another ball iiraWd the forehead of One of finally the hia .Interpreter, awl the antl rnn, but huti not pro- before a froin the Ameri- can furcf killed 'the Kii'ig, his Interpreter, (jrazed the Suinriers. left a wife nud three children: A Coroner's inquest was noon at'ler held, b'ut'.-lhn verilict of the jury had not been tnade knovyn when our informant i-in CM i is u lldririd IUIU1 PI J till and others. Hie natives fled to a jungle, The Sheriff had .proceeded to .arrest whence Ihey comuutftl. for ubout au hour the pnrliea, and they .were' to he token to to lire upon the: Americans, who returtu-d Roekford tbr Claeiiao Kx. ____ gressing The accounts from Dublin are to the evening of thu The Jus- tice had chargctl'lhe agiunst O'Contiell and travtirsvrii An> msurreclionary Kiovecnent had discovered in All cant. Canton dales lo the list December hat! been rtceived Very Jitliefjof interest had transpired STITE 01 TRADE Mandusler, Fcb 9 are precifctly in thjt eatne position in our cUilh tbr the lasl two or three without ttjif least prospect of 'any present. The advance OE our icotton' tills nearly paralyzed both spinners and: manufacturers, as well 1- Rockford tbr Chicago Ex. GEN. JACKSON. of -passing the liiw reiriitling the tine Jacfc- lms to lire upon the: Americans, volley for volley, burned their towns, cle- struyed their ciinoea, and then returned to t heir ships 'On.'the following day ihs fire-moi'O towns, destroyed a'con- e number of canoes, in one of these towns the Kegisler of ihe Mary Carver was found, uUo.u private letter be- longing It's the captain of thnt vessel, nnd other papers whitih hud clearly belonged to I h'isVesi-rnalion to his fate: :t. huibtKils nanin 'rcturivjd to the ships. 1 I i' I r I nfn rnV -h-.'k-Etith and the Generul, although in feeble health bus writ- ten to his friends gralefolly thanking them for the interest1 they tout in the One of the paragraphs from -his letter is in- dicative of his'.present feeble condition and The from Dublin are to jibe eveniiig'of 9th. The Soli- citor General coutin.tieiji' his address Ahis inornirig at and concluded about. two.- Justice then pro- ceededji to chargejthe jtirjf, jV As far as his lordship !haV gone up la post hour, his tid- dress iit niost the traverse'rs. has characterized the opinions broach- ed as to the QtiBen's prerogative an xedi- i ..i' t, i- the sarred blood ol the same fsiviour, of the, tame promises, and embo'dipd in the same covenant of the Svn of Cod Ac, no man thitll dart lo say that such be iha.ll be miule the property of tlmrjil low man, md treated not as human lirlayt but at the brute expires, and then no longer. Let them go- [Coders.] Bul is that all lhat can be said, agaiisf slavery? Can anything be more dreadfully, destruc- tive of morality? 1 fliii by the presence in which 1 speak frotn-, entering .into this .subject as I might U inore se- lect but les.spureuudiltiry than Bii to taker existence. j ask, caii there he morality ft sys- aud chveri JNo, do not tolcf.ite it tetn which payenlp the inBrriateJftale. or here Vfv pctKfaun it an evil, and though, j whera those are married tl day may ai a member ot J sociation, I am nol 1 be forced from each other where bound to take up any national still I do not hesitate to: declare my opitiiont) I never pnlterctl in my own 1 never said a won! in initiga- ition ot slavery in my life, and ;1 would con- sider myself the most criminal ofhurhbn ibeings if 1 had tlorieso. (Hear', nnd cheers.) As an individual, 1 would not holtl converse ffitli the person U'Adi'ecps o slaw. (Cheors. 1 I would not shake hands with it pictepwket; would not consent to treat with familiarity T-rj-nts and the hiisband is uold to one slat it owno.r, and the- wife to another; and Vvjiere lln children may be lorn from the sent elsewhere, Can Ihercj be morality power of the master over the female slivie is un limited, and where no passion it so brutal that it has not the menus of I say ihe man is not a cannot LiL'lieve in tbo binding law of llieUv'calngue he may go to the chapel of Ins church, the petty larceny and why tlut'vul and h" n'ay turn.up the whiles oa his eyi-s. isu: ir; a just and wists makes the call, I am prepared, with continue yartls lielow its sujinmit as the smoke blew oH', lurgu spouts oe sheets of flame would hurst forth and shuot out a conside- rable distunes, ami soon afterwards a rum- ralllins; noist- was heard in' the humility, to submit to his will. He has ma-through ;a long and yanega- tcti life. How iniich longer I ani to be here, He knows, and tjinty He." i! 'J'he laches of Illj, tinctiot> of religions persiiaifion, have asso- ciated to furnish work for air :who can work antl hove nothing e.Ise to tlo paying for it, and selling the work thwr own rtespon- wbility.'1 To them: in [this .laudable and effective project for the aid of the uoor few evenings since they raised by Crown j -the charge woul'U; riot dptiiblu'de lhat night. ibi; Iniliimjmail of the first tiny State to prevent the jxif ieiteii) papers linvo. ils staves. (Hear, hear.) Br.l j wiicis Hoirshpy. pnitit iiii..hihger grounds. I W'fWn-He1, 'ifriVljiU '.o grdur.u uii' 'I Clamor cheers 1 l.i'ivh'w ;l'he i put I i'. ils being contrary ii.-.v Uod, and what ho forbids human law can couuteoance. (Hear.) Butllie Ameri- can .Constitution declares, in itu opening thai all mankind art! born to the Lord: hail a.ubjideJ, and his Lordiitjiip wosigrowing vei'y popular. Ihe '.kijigaoiu of the Si- thalcotitil.ry as fur from inalienable right lo life, to pursuit ing tranquilized. It appears that Golub of happiness; and accordingly, ihii State of Singh; ihe elder 'brother of Dhyn Singh, j Massachusetts) decided, Jn ils highest coiirl j remitlances, let them cease old Hiinjeet's fai'orile iini-iiister, who was of judicature, that declarulion overruled the j once. frca even Aiiierica after Ihis declarul if we should not, we do n blood-stained money, [Hear, hear. make it a condition of their symj if there be implied any submissio doctrine of slavery on our part, in rtreeiviug iti at on; bul it wunl If they itiiy, oi- o the assassinated in -Sifplemtierj1 had come from bis mouiilaiiiifasltie.sfiiL'sol Lahore, un-. slight allusion that was contained in it to j But there wise antl good tier pretence of 'juppor.titig his nephew, cotiltl to-i Singh, why nuw governs there un-j the slavery. But Columbia, where it exists, j where, iind there are wise and gooJidimen to-morrow abolish slavery, without 'in America and I would wish t est breach of rtm.itUutumal law. But when they talk of the Constitution, I ask, why not put an end to slavery there, where they have the tempi vate the friendship of such men the jwho rheiof and abettors commit, those who countenance the c' the Capitol slavery Iregard us theenemiesof I of conslilutional free- and 1 desire lo have no sympathy t I tee, Kiid a i'Jung ilady yenterday to the common soldiers, in order to retain hall of their assembly; where, re- Ihat some uncles are sitleH the Preiiidenl by the People larntions for sale.; I c.ould buW, the Siicret! ieuiplo tl 1KT t. 1_'_ ii.l' V _ >.v'' i' r I. JUilVtk i JL t' L______1 I L ._ t 1. 1 1 i. VVhy Beiausey rnaj Mr. aOo'Jirirjdlst to ask me to Jfiarry .him; and I could fill .iirll-Wim., I'.iints. ii.i.'Uv, .S'liti.'tH'f Ir.in, St-i-l. Nuii-i, Sail, Jkc. and vViyciKisin Directs BAVf.KS IIAC'KI-'.TI1, 1' >j f. .1 i; v.ni1 t'uui'.ix. F-.IIH'Y i re, 1 v r '..-i-uiuu, ic I'r.tii'.iiviiv One ilunr nj j'l, MiKii: lii'V.-s ami Jewelry '.ill llilld- l-epn.i-u'd ill ;i wui'klliaulikt. in AII el- (I at" Ihu nioiinlnini, commencing at j Declaration with the he vhu northeast unditerminaLing lit the south- we.st part of its ranjje, extending a consid- erable distance- The noise rosomUk-d a wngon jolting nver the ground, with a Iiiose bed. Their :itifornrinnt then movi-d soiine uidtance, atul lias frequwiliy, at intervals, since, st'un a large light. in the the but not enough to give a particu- lar account -from whence it proceeded; further wajs given them that, would sigri i A (nan fifrenn has, daiivering luciurea in which, froin pratti- c.al experience, he Irnles ihe evil of gambling'.' ji He ejiposed. Ihe Iricks, frauds untl of pro- fessed gamblers'; the ijntejbrVejji'.of a gam: bier's life; the. vices with it is connected, or leuds, and' .Ihe- riiin lhat the praclicfe ;of eamhlinB to the common soldiers, in :order lo retain hall of their assembly; where re- port from them. [Cheers.] 1 do no to go one line beyond my duty towa r, y 7.-- Irish people; but this 1 will say, ll; canning away the of human liberty but where., while not what I tUink them, if they are i jew'eis arid valuje to the mount! while man is enjoying free- way displeased with me for'denou r last lull, a Mr. H.itJtleii, a Itian of veracity, j 'brings on individuals avid oil their "gain saw. the liio'unlain. .throwjng out liinoUu anil flame. From itiiese. llie phiMioiricnon hijis ai inlerviils exist- ing for the slxlcc'ii yt-ars. ll is a tifihe JiltiB nnd situnU-d ill nn range, antl ihu region sparse I friends. Henry A. lytuhjenberg hasjbeen noiiiina- ted as Governor of Ferinsyl'v.onia, by isa -very even in .the bands.lM Dost Mahometl, and-'-theiparentiJ from their.chil'dren; where tlie intrigues are afloaEof variouVkinds. .Inii "f despair, antl theshrieli thai attends Bosl' 'a" tha.ear.' Yes, ttirjmiike the cqh-ij I.will say, shame upon every man in Ame- "Crt who is nol an anti-slavery nnd disgrace upon him! do not care for 'Gi.eneraiit All'the Ihe consequences, but I wilt not restrain the] service of the iny honest indignation of fueling, when 1 ilhless miscreant fur the aliolitiun ,--------------i .cheers fur sev- J.eral- I desire to- be loutl a -s of slavery, antl :holders. yi are imy cing, 1 :rlmb i IJV.Or. work cntillfd Familiar Letters t. ry Clay, describing a winter in Hie 11; G, (j'w'iity." CoHiir.Ht-rf fi- 'o K S', KK.MAN uivJ KNfJl.lSH S'.-HI'.I.INO anil KKAVIXK BOOKS on', n winpli- iiy.-ilurii lor Scliooln anil stilf-iiistruclibii'i v ENGLISH GUAM'MAH lor -ri, and los .ufi 'c lrim' twrmaji into KOSDICK'S German Inlroiluclion. i German Tustaineiils (.it-nnan Almanacs for tor snlr at HA tin's ciipital oral row proutietors Cor tale, on rfiionable JL terms. Hit; SO A 1> C A FAjfl'O.UY at tlic slope ol Hie lull the Red III itllce- P.'1.'30" "'I1" itiVTOt small ciipit tull ilo wull tu atui For irarticiilarx Hie the Inn. Wilwaukic, l-'ob. 38, 1844. K1OK Two ihuumiul acres of oxcslIerT farming lands, fying in Milwaukio worth! V'ine counties. A tut- can burnew nnd ilrny; 3 wrot in 4 jwns up mttf -.WO boat nails; 6 cnitos crotkury usaoricd i N, Mai'ch S, 1844. i Mr. repoitott' n Mil from ihe Ciininiitteo tj'ni Public Lantlst reducing the and ccjuulizinjj; the value of the same. iMr. Ciilhouu's answer his appoint- tnl'iit ia expectetl to-morrow. Mr. M'- DJiHii? has pludgeu hiiiisiilf that Mir. C. will accept. iThe Tai-ill'hill will pass the House, and proliubly ttu-s Senate.. JMra. Gilmenhas gonebpmfc to Virginia. Ueototi isi stilt, very has) not left his house. A mer.-.ber of Congress told me to-day iliat hj; very nijuch doubled 1 if iitr. B. will evi-r fully recover from the shook, ll is slated Ihnl. he in at limes quile tlighty in his Kead since accident. The woundticl are recovering. The Princeton leaves heis lo-iiiorrow for Ihe North. lii the HOUM Mr- A. Y. Brown; Ihe JUilli for organizing a Territo- rial .'Government over the Oregon Territo- ry, with an amendment extending the ju- risdiction of bolh ciril aid criminal, South and West, to the Pijifip Tlkiii was referred to the Coramittcw of the Whole. tiiorq will be naturalized this year, Seventy or Eighty persons made a pi'oft'ssion of retigion ibt xl'otqsi; iuJthis Cinmty, within Ihe last Tlie reformation is alii I in priijarrest, and .-leems not to'have reached its urnith.- Grant AWOTHEB ra! Ernes boileri ;bf the steam- boat Pilot bvirit near on Sunday, Jld spreading death (lostrqction among the urjfqrtunatei on board. Thu number of liyea joft could nol ho oseettained. Qf 10 up Ihe thu etly, threeipr four are not expected to recover; atTKing them, William Govr, .brother to the Captain, Mr. Ea- gineers, Capt. Govr and iiteewman, art menwoed u badly injured. Kear- ney .wwt blown yOurigsicr in one bf our schools was.iisked, "VVIial i.i the Con- gress oiftho lie replied, "Congress is composed of two .tm' Srr.iilrt riii'.l .JlVj.'fi-vjeiii-iiivt.vi At Sukkur there hjftd beerijrmuch sick- ness; it appealed tobei-dumnisjfiiag...: The Ariny. of Excise wMJi.re.ady.'near Agfa, .under orderjjljf the Siir Hugh gade, led General to move lo.wards Dhojplpoor, half way to .Gwaliur. ;jiit ;the and the- rest (if the nrrnyniovtiipifi, direc- tion tin ihe'foliowing tljiy. The intelligence reached Gwalior, nnd aliiriTi. The-younjj wah chosen to be heir to ihe last Sovtiroicn byj the: Bhaee. _...: .hi -_ which hieirt evwv took who ii the whole kingdom. j the. mostleiiligblenei his. i mav.i .-wre'SS li'ciij'.ii'iiif yt4u-under wj! thtjj G.ov ernor- VVe might have shrunk from the (from- free labor during n course of o V but it ti fiords a proof thai many of the tecs of Antigua have censed to convert molasses into rum- It ought to be served, thai these five years of freedom eluded two of drouglit, one very tous. The stutemuni for 1839 forms an 118- unworthy of me, enjoying OH 1 Jo Che confidence of the virtuoua, t iind is a 'ctHiiivipn -pticur- rencein England, wjiete money is so'abuh- that capitalists ire glad to rnake loans al two per cent, per annum. AOK OF MB. OA the lijlb of April, 1777, tnrt will coiwej- quently G7 yenrg old on the 12lh day o April Among the imports at Savanoah week we notice 120 tons of; hay fri Great Britain. A qurfr article this to- received acrosi v Gen. Joseph MsrkU, a :c moreland fpunty, has ccinii tbe Whig fotlSoyefnot of paopii nier that (opt Iheiiplan humane people of Ireland, he uplitto be what I would desire to consider myself, unfit Ih'e representative Of the virtues of the people, if i were not to, niaka every sacrifice for them, Hilher than to give the least sanctinn to I accept this tfocurnent; aiid 4 embrace ihe lhat iVconluins, biii 1 w HI not here enter into the question, it, whuther a man escaping is justified in tnkiiig away anolher rniin's horse to iissiat him in hinlliglit; butvt believe tejr of: there are very few of ihe ad- bv niiny if they were running away from an enemy, woiildsproptusuch a liber- tyiive'ry mucli, or would Had tyjin considering whether a liliick.'; horsfc ov a white horse lliii Ililtecj fui' (he Uwvlliave j f JLaughter.) 1 man who would take'h'is t s an 118- It is is i ,1 niirubli; ctimnx to this account. follows Sugar, hogsheads, 0 000 hoy ond. the last of sluvuty puncheons of molasses, (also 10 000 beyond the last average of slavery and only 58.3 puncheons of rum Tim ;in, the sixth year of freedom, after the fa trial of -live years, the exports of sugar iVu Antigim almost doubled the average of il last -live years of slavery, is n fuel whii. the necessity of all othef c tlcticu. By what hands was this nntl reulixi'd By i.ht> h Ivv7.y ..i coniea .tluwiifto the 1st December. markets at Gamon hail) tnore :rived at Amioy and 'wM.'dull, M arraojjj 'M.ji.. of quarrel jwijlihjJnV opon into declaration of >n, recei- a ton to hit mother of that; wifi. to gradual alioli lion? They Klip, tbe slaves are worse (rented since the cry of the abolitionists has raised in their favour, it has niniJe .their masters more of thuni, mote severe any under such circumstances; but thitt I will any, that 1 would strongly rncouiige evwiy man to escape from: slavery as toon he cao. (Hear '.They W li-slavery ariS for ihe inniiedmte abolition of the ut Vtfft.'whith of arc >ewbl with was; 1 told, Catholics hut the violence .wrote their long btrfoie fellows of and ijfifci 1 found which shuts next visited Dominica which ha gives equally favorable uccount.s but 1 hasten to make a few extracts from noiiifey of Jamaica, the island from which liie most unfavorable reports have .iind in which the unwise and un- kind mewilW, of pfQpr.i.elp.rs, particu- larly in regard rents, havti done much to the, good of eraanci- pillion. f" glad lp obserye that the (Sunday) remarkably well ubscrvt-.U it is in many of favored Union. A wonderful scene that morn- in Samueil Oughton's ftttendeil wilhptit haying coin- people any pievious un- he minister was so aaet. They mt willi IM, ia 'maiiarr.cnJ (pprmrnl Uiifc to pi divine (ruth preached on Tin- con jfrfjHiou it ia numbi.TM re.tpfelibility, timff ttw date of lull They ia from the country, partly or. Curt, mulvi and 'J twy entirely iiipjKirl ihe ntiwioii, and m- lurging H filerlir.jf. Thrir other collnteritl ui lary very liberal. 1 have bnmghl my mile for the chapel, miitl a wmuxn, once a to S. a day brfort' our 1. ii die thrn'piil Imnd iwu pieces of jjold., io llit'ir il wonSd r-r- Ininly be a. bt-tlor to K-asr llii-tii to gihle on lilt1 -c prnclicc has ofluti! years been mltiptcd in sUinct'S. ll istiiily never viMtt'd by II-JK proprii.-iur, nnd M-luu-n by the altorrry, lut Iri'i in r.Tc i.f ejijicrieiictil J'oung ofti-n of ciiurnclcr, ohouldi at all. would they pr.ispv.r t'vtn us iln-y ilo, bul for. two CHUM'S: first, tin; i bounty of iijcondly. thr ly, conduct, und try of Hie negro MIX-. The rap'nl of the nfgrot's aiid tin; of it cw.i tlinonj; the inhahilanls of .hm-.au-u, M une of thu vcs-jlis of We WITH, nssurt'i.1 tin gfmd th.il iriany iook last year in jaiuufca in n latioii on an avcnin-c in Knglunil. A svhitth ihiil mjir.rrr.iu furini'd. bul that iniiliiiiidi.--i who formerly livfd find vfifc wiiliout ihe projwr now convinced ot ihi'siniulni's.sdf thr pine-.- lice and urt- nvniling ilh r- :.f IMU'I fOVcntllt. ll .ippcatx ii. 1 r Si. sin! will's Imvi! lii.-tn iirrHDjjfd ijuitn iifdi'pt'ndfiilly of older, and Ulxjr bt'en iiulteri'il lo linil its niatket wilhoni obstruction. coHXPijuvm thai (htm; has hceii no diili-ri'in'cs, llic (n-opti: arc working well. The quantity of oli- toined from a frecmun iar Ix-vond tKe old tusk nf B slave. Hiborious occupation of bolinii, the groes perforii) ilouhlw lliu woik in thai was forinrrly done by slaves. In rumi mitlcing llir. ifity's Uik uinicr to four bnrrvlii of .AW, by work a wcuk bund "ill iiil !iar- reJs, a sming one from len lo At lliu Baptist sl-.ilion Sligovilii- several Ii is on n hill, antl i.s isurru'jr.ilcd by lidy ucrt-> of leriile mountain land. 1'his prtkpcriy w divided into 100 5o ui which hivvc been already sold to ibu laliorprs, and hud proved limi-ly rci'i.V" for many u-ho hnd tet-n driven hy hard iVuin their ferrr fr of lliciii hatl liiiiit good others porar.y huisj antl others, pr'.1- p.'iriite; tlio jji'ouiK.1 (or bjilding. Tiieu. were clearrd or in of cl'-ar- tind in many into fini; ctiHivalion. I ht'lievi.. sad ever been driven intn the lam! u villiiEje had risen tip, with evrrv prijnjisi.1 of ciimfort nixi ami liic land was likely to prodacea of food, 'j he pi'opdf (here ituu'- rifd.. mostly with titiiiilics, ain.1 llic iiu-ft t'liiplnyvtl ihi; bulk thoir lime ill workirij; for wages on tin- ratali-s. '1'hn inul the .schticil M'e.'e inimedi.UeK' ;it ihnnd, :inil ch.iriii'ii'r oi' llifi .Nnvcrt.it.. I wiuicss a oC grt'iuev oroneniRrlti-d by conli'iitim-i.t for (.ri'dent mid linpit for the future. Mow to renu-mlier that l.vvo years ugolhiu puaceful ilo CN isii'iici; "On our ivlurnwe viisilccl ing estates, of eitual sti-.v. feriilily; Uoih unions; lii'.- finest. Itir nalnriil local aih antagt-s wiiioh I any s.'nv in Jamaica. in dilli- cully oilier nl! The was osluli! iiluady to, wliioh b.ntl htu-n ttoprivecl ef so :nany hiniitiby Itiu atteinpt.s to compel tin: laliur tree- men. There, if I iitn imt mistaken, I law ns we passed hy, the elem- marks of that vij- i lence by Iwen ex- i The of these, properties, jcajlrd Cnyiiiunas' wax under ihe. ieiitlighti'iied nttorneyship if J ud ffi Bernard, ifith his lady tbis ovet-sc't'.r, met on the On the iittl Tli.-ir venl was sellleil i y e of the (eiKMiivnta wliieiv ;r. .1 liv.'V were lillowed to r M iiit.rk.-t Ihcy i- m' etitu.si; ;Le J.onii- n.arkil; nnd hxcrllent- yj were they wurhing the ut' hJL'ir old inaHlrr. The nttormrf orn- Ijburen all wtrll satialird, qually at their cusu. IhsrH ropetly which would oi'.ciixitm iif irf filamatcajaiKilhfr wh ch wou.J M live to a gofxt ii rugardi :e> properties bnlh f and il is equally ax trtlp that tie1 respective results of thu Vvto ji-s uf inanfitMTirnt." lice of_______ obljiging M .to nmlte on ihe oc- caiiiw'i, and to KM to hold our meet- intj wilU hii (lock after inanner of a UBtf we na J i consiiliug of nearly ihreo ihou- Jof hlack people, chiefly emancipuU-il a after their favociin ctiH white raiment, nnd most respectribly jnd fifcti in by i; by Hobeil IN VV i of Lake .'ll rn un ihi! i I'll A.- ti- Kjlil- 'I i-ro iirousbl l (livey May
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