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   American Freeman (Newspaper) - September 28, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               W p ii'ir s i A N s: A f AVolcblJ will visi... Praiiiuviilo.oi'i Hie of lluhtx.'li. Attorneys .'uid C'niinscUiir. XMvand 9tuic: tors in W. Office nartli-eost corno'r "-Water. Streets. 3." Sftr.'i.Kfi. ANC '...j GENIS-HA.L '.LAiSD. MlnVAUKffK, Vf. T., Will attend lo the collection nMoriiinds, payAient ol'iaxco, and.'exiimiujtioii ofbnd ol'tho Tcrri'tiiry, I ft. urati, VKaMnsstam W'.'J'.; O. II. tyaliter'atut J.i; L. Ward, MHwdii- Jiujfalu; Ksy. .jj.iif- nainCo.; 'Messrs. Ca.Wf'sont Y.; IfooitKiurtl, Sf S3 Cedar St. au'l O. TMfctm, jtyy., -MS.-Wit- ____ j-' Van. _.__ Attorney W, T. A WV WiHUraAv IJo'iida, Mortnaaca, llun'du, taJie'acknoWItjdgornunt'ot Ihc-satnoVand attcrtiJ to their .Tegitttry adininistur protect bitlia of Jiolea for noii-payiijeht unil dsuniivVts un.d .iiind pciaond in any part olithe U: State's, lie-can alwayj (ouiid'at otliltc -Hugijtur of thu Court riY AND COlINtllkt.l.OU. AT A.NJJ sor.iei'vou ly ''J We 'lay 'bufp'ro 6nY 0, If 1-tJIJI. 1 Office rtvnr Field nins Slurtovanti JrJji! (liil United .Slates pi'iioperjof province of Our -.'Jjmt.amV vrho irejg'n'at enttiroricd-'ori ff'Ao art' iBstithcjtrafj' righteous, 'liblj'V tUKJ-justi rciilrm; of glbryjSqt-.n flcavert is the divcUing-jplaco 'a.rC Hnltowe.il Uc mm tic tiiou aclorkV, our glory 'sniiioE beyond cretiUonfa'spilcc, in the book jJ'Ay kingdom lovers bcVoiici.the illarrj-isVies; KeagSom Come let let th'inp'empu-cvO'thpivMMy 'i ;1 u 'avci'Jasmi'g :ho wofk..bf -.Oeme is tho'gveat. w'philrous work fil'.l OH. Calvary lie dj- ill, but I'eignii i'tvftller shop, corner 3. 10 i mul KH IHIIwaukic, Out. 2.1.J3-i ______ PII-yls-ic u it o..v. At tho Jy.isj. J... '''water Sti-'i'ct, i WriOI.KrtAI..R fc.RI'1 IllH) Crockery, nr.d ll'in! VVn nn.tl dealer.'! in :do. Boylsj 'ind Sljiios, Puinis, Oils i' .SjJi-uiij. ami niifJ Pnivii'itiliM, iVIcn'f Oiiiii-.-it- urnl lifio ivu.t Slinos, u' .1 uix! childlCM'.- .Shuuf, Iiuiiii HMl'tn-ry. H-'altr-Slrrrt, W'urd; J-'irpt d'jur .noi-ih of (Jlitnird'a lllock, owned hy.l. It attho of Gioci> I'rDVisi'jii." i pnid Shiirix, limn, Fork, Uiim-ij JUIMH.MCJ L-.ird, Sii: Milwniikiii, .Tun. ItU Mi-dmiiu roco'rd ih'tliy j csirth, fs praiseil in man th'ijj hi songs immortal angebjilaaiHiia iiamei; -with joyj'and mints hia.'love pro-; claim. i Give l.nvd, ceaso tfy ol'tliat fiiiVtl ori which; our 'J'his be. oui- iViion without'end.in our eLernal Jioine Our yoiiia supply from 16 tbyi Daily assist arid aid. 119 wllieh pray, though we nHkTyet-tfjtii'ti, iniiki.' us gi-alc-ful when thy gifts descend.' V i'orgitis bur which' in destruction pliicii (7s the vilo rebels ol a rebel Our fullies, sinVand trespasses lui'ec can pay; or ttKmVoee'ivc; we-, 0 Lord', pin1 nc-iyliiuh-'ji o'qrlook, We bog thoud'st blot' otii's Ti-o'm thy jubmoryV. for.ij %f l.- shp i-..i.jj jjjijj saw sduii fc.p'fi .i.ricidenti oi I'o'oin.'is fin jfeiV; ;York, who .ighed'.-jn llie-'N.. orn (lio .vyjierhlour.' ijip, Hying, .on their '-'--I1 cftayat.-   liv ij'frorii ibt> 'oi trc- Vi- CVniniilto'i; shall Chiiiinm :md insinictiuns tniiisini thii.-Britiijlii goyonitncDt ;t> sijuion 'I'll'' The comrJ.iruiding odicei's of licr .jJiij- powt-r t" niuUo'liiei.j- own Twii-lliirds btttrin'mind'that it is no part of iln-ii-'diitv iiiiall oorifliHiti.! to'icapiuri'.-.to or it) anv to iniV-r- B, .shall bn ihnir dis- fcfowith the Assoi'mtioii in juir- or.those fvi'vu slaves on j siliinoi; to that Ixinks :inrl orilnot; lujjl.-yoii in.slrljic.- tiops .to. thy coiiiiDnndinv oliicurs of.ijhc vessels ivill run ilitigovornmc-ii'ioi' iSUucs iu'v far; i.f ih.i Should.: ivu wlio iio-iriKtit 10 beVricvnnci'l'iai, most assured. lyriGrent Britain" iii'.vjsr'will -..il.r.v olhor nations to osennc v.i.sit .ui.'l exninina- tion.Jiymorely. a United Siiiios or the (lag nny.-oiliur-nation- whi'ch hasi not grained to ihis''rif'jlu of J Wo think, "on tiia.oori.tr.iry, pursuing and carrying out a! laudable object, and p.iilliflp down the horrid iri.if- tracts are furnished, lliKl a' lio ni'i! coiiiMiissionyd iilso havd (wwiv.- l" "H'lrtiniN "i'thc Aswci.-ilion, "'ci-ks lirovious notice: of lr1111' uf to Diipply limit1 own tumibur. were sent' af- j fie in slaves on (he ciiiist of Africa, llie te'r.I'l'mj, he.is by this .time safely.in Jiis f.'.ltJn'de'r writer says: tho Cardeiios-has us .'af'fevf mak'e. the.-bl.ti.6d. with Jio.rror, As--l Uhited'Siates arid'Greril: Brili.-in are ii.ro hound. visit-uiid capture vessels' bearing ithe of C'UjbV natiou .haying slnv.es. TI.P; immunity to slnva tjjt: dug; of the United '.States lo eovor ,-m un- i This A.ssoitialion shall meet annually on (lip first Jn Folirunry, atsncli place as.fchall. lie designated the previous an- neal inciitingj w'iibii thi! for the v.n- suing yeir'shaH.-liio elected by bulliil, wl.-o shall' holjd their iofHccu unt.il nre 'J'bis Cnnstittition slmll not be. littered cepl at uh annual antl by a. volt; of Beyontl "VVilil. lic'iirt. j.n.esirctli.tlio; -shore; riienlastaiivanciiiir ih'eir irianflood! "tliby 'hear. eth you a more And Iilcetdeniqn-ronn3 .with .tficir outstretched: .-.-They waijt'tp-'scfzo r.itl niay'wt; conquer thrinigh tliy'cuiK'WOjringSont i tion.oit persopy. .of .nil .r.an Miner us I'rnin nil which jt.i'i; book-iiaugh.t that has. an AM) C. A Two doorsniiriiiol'Pixli'v'Hinnil nu.vl tu tin1 VVestorn VVutpr titroet, MllwotiUic. Kolirnary Id. !S-lt. j A. KLY innnilfiiittiirD.i jll.i'its mill Wliucs: ol ilcNcripli'Hl, Ui order, [opposite I.iutinyliiu's .Stoic. MilwaiiUie. April 17- lyn'I__ MATS UAS'S. "BTl'ST reiniivwl, Xiiuitiren Caai'i Satin aiiil llonviir-Uats, Print's Mpofliiii il.its, Onl's nnd at' every idcrforjpiion, ami Hi.tii, Krewili 'ri-uyvlluii; Cajw Yontlia' flt-lls, and otln'i- isiicy Optiositt: Dt'weyV Coininbrciul Milwaiikie, riiiiy 15, ISJ-I. i nTO Mitwawte, V. TjlE Aincricnu in and the arrangement ul'tho rooina Cur com- fort ami coiivcnirnce miu'urpajsod aiui under Ihc ol Mr. WIHT.XKV (lie proprio- ft'ol confident that the Anicricaa will iranU with ilio best Houses ol'tlic West. _____ _ _____ H-'irc in all cr.n annoy, y j, Uit in this and may oni- From all caliiniilios nien.lietidtr, Koii and (urn dur feet aaitlc, Fur v.'ti are uiortat wornis, and cleave to elny; 77ii'jit' 'ti9 lo rilled, and. mortals to not Ihy'tntTcy, Lord, liirover knowi no God hilt tjt'eo. Kingdom and dntpiro in tliyprcscnci- full, The th'o ofaH.: P itrcr is wiili lime be1 jtutl llty atlnrod !iy oarlh arut bcuvt'li, IH thy own; ID TliOB, the t'.vi.'i'laKtilia; Ui> thy tviiina na'inu adored, .'liiu'ti.' Hosainia! bkssm.l-.bs Hie .Lord. If vre enquire after that great day mpr.e their i ''pnncipk's, and vicious '.in it that .in places of educa- persons, .of .sill .ranks, -there, is! :no iiaugh.t that has. any relati.on. sacred] Parjenis. nre. -bestow w'jt- on their children than f.iiMue the art of .speaking Well, '-nithet thaiS 'd well j ;'btit.theic manners' pugrit to be' Mot. ied On (lib it.syvbi-jpsr death or (he chain 1 to slic turns Oh God, i'dk the'cold yet.rnercitul; wave, 'Recdvcb to its hoabbi the fornraf the sla'vci: The! so duties is llnv most useful part :'j- i: i prudent, h'puest, nnci iJn- IVightr accoinplishuientsi' bi'ing jnice, floi-id, leiirn.ed, or nil that.which the vvijirld calls great 'scholars arid tine gt'.u- ThiJ-end'df lo Arid low an lli'tjac'enesoh IVerdiiVi vision ;lelh not willi ruslung u thi; rtealh-crico-Ucir.woinan's heart As.jjhc flimtsa'down the r arirlrn ore the'ilrpwnirjj voice, w.ait until 1 .cangive lawful olijocr; yet''s'up'jioiic a vessel benriil'T ore positive i fl.if; and having slaves oil board, should still laU-r'date, be eriiixer, no v-c.-st'i'l ''eiiri .spX'nk to you with j to'bur Cf.-veniuicn! should the cause, I': mention j be in sight, slioiild isucli a vessel bo per- Blaye has been', IVou.'nd and .whipped under the following' circumstances: Mr. Dodge, persevered cjns'tiri'alely in" preser- ving silence! on. every question that was put after each'.stroke pfthcl whip. At.last, at .liio that wait a-confession I A'rricrican (lug, how i; mic.ed to esoiijio because she should tliinli noi. fi'io sliouli1 be caplurcd by uitlier party hound by trci- ;y ID pin down that trade. If wo from delicacy refuse capture a sl.-icer under tlio. British and iho LiriiiBhtlv clinc a similar capture under llio very ey. A fricn n er 16 be abolished 7 Traffic froni him. .Yesterday' they reconimenci.'d wh'ipp'iiig' liiirt, and vhe pain was still more the whip was -beeii intiicted; the day before, he still; '.s.eryeij the satrie silence, ami remained in 'asimilat's'latijofinserisibiliiy.' To-day.sev- j.ri.Kht by trea'.y, but England bus this oral.-persoiis have s'oen'.hinT. ure ig- j'.an.d it is .so should be 'doomed piracy by the laws of an und bnso Irnflic. We him; r-.n right to cupiunc a Spanish or I'ornifjue.io vessel having; sluves on bonrd, u-o li.ivu nosucli 'nnriint .of pl'a'ce'he from, but .satisfied .-.that no.jnfonnation can be obtained hy him to the two-thirds of the mend.icrs present. A coDiSniUco of thrw, Messrs. upjioinlod hy'lho chair to noniina'te oflioi'.iy to serve until J-'cbrua- ry .was acm-ptiid, ond llin ConViyilion proc.eeded to )hn election.of resulted in thu choice of tho follow ing "gpntlenxsn: I'RKSIDEJST, Ipl ID. I-IOLTON, Esq. ij i w.smiwrs, A'c'r. 11. If. .Ueniiiitt, Ksq- Wtiitwuj, ii. iS1 TfnlJjtiril, yi.' Viiiiticraatn, L< If. Jmica, Ci'. P. Ifottitl, Kcuilnffi. Thomiw-Wri'jhl) AVj., Sucretaiy.1. A. Kccoriling Secretary. Trewsuror. A'cf. S. din; and Geo. L. Tho fojiivnn.i Uesohilions wort: thou discussed ftd ItvaiilctSp That this Association will do lies jn its power lo Kii.-itnin fti Colpoi' (lUO.unfartunaiu Africans were trnnsported j tBur a suii.ablu tiian, who may be appointed 'to this lielii. Rr.solceil, That if llui- Assiic.in'ioii shall be able lo'support more than une G.iljJor- leur, ihu ExeciUive be ins'.nie- tod lu eiv-ploy a suilidjlt jiur.son for Mich length of ijii'ni; ait may lo -thi-in act'in expe- dit-nt, to aifl as Colporteur among the by ihuse.crjisern within the year to Aw-'riuan oouniries. If this tuttui: is io be put down, it .should hi; doiio witli gy and: decision. These. in ir know it '.oh'; and aro foil the eonscqt'.nccs. 'Js'ow jaijor.'batk T.o swing .The wpujd'st i- The soul tliou wpujd'at returned' iaitsGori The universe iioldp'tlV no realmitornigiii More 'dreary 'than hef'siaverjpf i-Iovo me'rcilcss .iic.hds sthycd lier .Joy 1 tho huntcd-alavcis frei-.'jj., EKl-'ECTS Ol' INTEMPERAKCE.. IN one of the quiet, towns of Massachu- se.its, a young lady., (.be only child of, her who had an aceoinplistied't'd.uca- liun. nnd nl! the c.harms of modest '-.beauty and noble intellect, -went to a ruiji-Keller who was daily enliumg .'her. father drink, ..to, poiisess. :liis. .isnu little farm. OK II AUTKORD, to Insure against Lost) .at nv on huild.inps, Mills, Furniture, Goods nrVe'iwcls in jinv.l, or Produce iu ptoro, 6i.f.. AUo upon Hcrchaii- ilizc nnd Pnxluco upon inland nuvig-.vtion. DIKK'CTOHS j Wm, W. Jl. VV. Urccnr, Oaniel Cl.irlc, L..Norlha-.n, Win. S. W. (loo'driilge, Henry WaUnnun, S- Grunt, Lemuel Humphrey, DAXBt-AV. C'.AaK, IVcs't. Wm. Connor. Soc'v. j .lAMkK'S. VlAlCtiE1, Willis 'I'lii-all, Ellury .'MillSi John, J'Mw'urdl liollea, A! Ward, Ewra j ,K told him .ho stroying her father, but disgrace on liar and her mojiher.. :0h, he said, she would soon be need not trouble herself. .She replied, she.nev- er could never! consent to.-ih- volv.i.' in their.shame, one would never leaves her. .wo.i-U with her. hands, and ivery'day. bring him of money b.e HOW receiyud of her he .would sell -kirn 'no more. She entreated him with But, with an infornal. ;he, poor gi.ri .if he should say, tp her father, that she hud, requested him to sell no Her eye reason are n said 'she..... Sbe is maniac iu.lhu Asylum- .A.; poor old iji anbther eafttertijtow'n, who formerly lived badja hus- band and, .two 8ousr w ho, gave themselves up to intemperance-; One day the.fatlier and. .sons, others, like themselves, vvhifn n heorste ed tho door. One of the sjjjis idiot grin, he vvould.j '.next.'w'hq e.m -that .carriagB iTJcje irod. he found 'his face, in 'a- r miuldy. pool of .watei'i nprjprge' enough to ALL kinds of ,IHnnk tlilleii nnd ufiictiirBcl lo'brdcr, anil in fc-ujwioir siylt'j. dvci, bound to ilimtuh any vyiscpssiN'sT.! HAS nri UniuVii loraonnil 0 MEDICAL. -MIS, RCltOOl.'iiiOOkS f.'rplish and Slalionory, nnil kuiinet I'rfnlinit rind Writing Mad'j a large nasorirnotit'of Motors, WoiUou'- holmes anr) .Aloihams' I'M.VE OC'l'LEIlY: 1'ort'i folios. Curd Casrs I'oc l< (.'I bbokf, Vuiinii' F.njlisli nni Gorfnan Otci 'HViiicli nrc of. on niostrcaoonablc terms., liberal diti count trinde to Men-hants S'llioo] '.Tcuc'h'e'ri'.' Particular attention (-tvon to fcrnisbing I'uMic! ttnd prjvato LibruriRfi. Milwmttic, AuglH-iil.' THI-S Company .continue .to Wfcct, in both .Mirine and" fire dopartiaeiat: termj. They also receive raonoy on d- tiuitct oihcr mtmicd.opfrationf, in .opfrati their charter, they aro auftiorixocl to'ei on HboraJi iposite ahfl: which bj; potitod lot atatoi! periods. yy Drafts'grarit-.'d'on'Now York, Dletroit ani ChiewfC; drnitsavailalile in piiGnialj Britain or Ireland. ALKX. :MITCH.faiJi SocV; tic, W T. I drowii a In Ijient, the' band nnd .The pne heart .of; up, and rolled tt in put into a tumbler, and eyorjr hiSjSon' into bar room, ho .would givje.'tp scgar, tuinblijr' of and. hand doWn matches to .light it, till, t'h'fjy' were suihc'd arid th'eii'boii'sttil' that the husband iiifd iitiun vj'ihti oiM'- A im only; child, 'was boy f but 'in; lhat J wfcrc drawri Witliiniitb'e' cirele -the 'viw'fn'l aW.ny -I After v-hich he fty of n some philanthropist. to ijfign, the niice Pledge, The rnorniwg and oijjt of to to imijtato him, as we may the-nearesl by possessing trup virtue.. ..i MiUim. It ij! -the co-nrhosj custom, of the 'to' than', prectirit; but it jwould.be'lbe learii precept'father thaiv.exnrnpla bad tiiingsi are done only fair 'cos- toin liwhich will make a good practiceias easy-'te. us as ah-ill   does not feel his whole soul1; crying" o'u-t against Blaye.y, he-is more or human'v'.-iiet hini tri'at the. felayery, is the :jn 'Onpa and South Carolina'; and undeiijsimilar .cumstaflces-wpUi'd lead to.ihe'jiitiie frighit-.1 ful! exhjbiU'ohs irt fbr- stil'! insist thnt actipns spenlcjoiicier thnri: vyoi'dsi" VVIjat signify vui- beeh'ad'.optc'el are untiring in their efforts to: nullify it horn, in their :prac-1 Peck, S.Catr, A. G. Knight, und C O.Ji-n-1 tice.? Let.Liberty.Uien b.e.the lastjfo be nings were appointed a conimiltcu lo rupo' j for the'Conyention. .to al2 o'clock P. HI. COLPOIITEUH, CONVENT-JON. Pursuant to call, the friitiids of the Col-i pot'teur .lilnlerin'ise ussemblt-d at the IVcs-' byteriari Meeliijg-ho-use. was called to. 'the Chmr, JONAS', .M; Ci.AliK was. ehcisen Secretary.- Cpuvfiniipn l.hen in a srason ofj prayer, led by Bev's. H.; S. and S. Stuir. ij After some delibbrihioii, the reEoliivioir was adopted H'ejolsed, That of the con-j; dilion. of .tliH.se counties, and .our relation Uy it is expedient to proceed to the for-] ivinlioli of a Associaliu'u, whose object shall be reach every family '.Evangelical- reading', by iiieans of a" pious, .Colporteur- I Messrs. J. M. Chirk, M. S. B.: from .their steadfastness by ithe' uii one 'of 'JDo- .m'pcrneyVon thu i'-Miihllaex Standard. Advocated by ti.'Stulf. yiited, That the lirst m'sstinj; of the Col- fiorieitr Assaciation-JG held, ut Proirievillo, 'iMiiwaukie County, on th-s first Tuesday in February, IfeM-ij. 2tesolmii That.Kev. Q. F-Curtis, A. and -Jonas Clark be i> comtniltco to lev'ise and publish of Adjourntd. 'ruoMA.8 Wuicilr, OUiirwan. M1 WEM.S, Secretary. i PRAIJU K Vlt.LK. In accordance with thu Mquesl.of anub- we 'reptiblisii the subjoined Sl'i- Uslius of Pwirieville :v The.village was luid out in 1H-JO by its enterprising. propik-Uirs, .Mr. William A. and others, and thi; FJouriiiff ami Sa.w; Mills btiilt, and -otlirr Svork'for ".t; for ,an ijjjba, of pif! partiKJi. 'tnariyicf .the iarjk .th a -year .these, nic poi- ii- ...'.We cutthetuiipwiriji'trom' Hie N. Y. Sun'. '.It is iri our opimbn of 'attiihtio'n. Tt is a-candu] and: Tlier.e isj iri-bffli'rts to.supp'rM'.-.h'o.slnvs-. tVadeji yoryrrinw'iush.iscnsibiliiy jn relation to thu rigil.t of; seijtph-; lliot than rnoho.. -upon which- h'atiu'it.s .-ire ;ino're mrtra- tliat p'.r'ompil.y di'ny1 to-ctthcrs, (Jrent ropl.GLilp ,cy' escifpi r houfe to' So it: wbuld! td .hfisit'rife, ..jpiiH'lii'iiji'-'n. 'felph he iitf Scales .vveJfe.-Ihe 'Ivfjire'jBJpcerf, -in [ItjGn- .....'-npeh proy.i a. j'.'e'Oasi'.'ttf'-A'i'Kcay'liS ment reta to report bf.thti business .iviis ricceptcd. The Convention then up Uonstilution reported, and after irmkinfj some amend- ineiits, adopted it as f lialf stdfies lii Co. in 1S-K-. in oon- tljo Jilill Company. Tlio which if- situated en ihu S. ie eoncisls of a of heavy friiiiie work, of two ng 00 by .'S3 ,E.ANDjCONSTITUTION, f'fa.i, ui -Mono 26 Jri.: view ;of .the spiritual wants of pn- pulation, as evinced by the ihadeqimte sup- ply of Evangelical Preaching, theilcattcred sitilrtliciri of many of bur the n'utn'ber.jof families dejfli.tute of Kvaiigulical reading :imd instructiof) j ihejrnpid .iiicroase ofjcrifpt' religious ik'tle.n- the IifkurinujdepraVity of tin: hu- man 'htjiirt and in view of t.he difficulty of tho -destitute familjies by the ux- by with a bns'ouii'ilt of '7 fe jlepili.iii) which the wiu-elhousi' ccnlam- liig Iwo water wheels. I here are ibj.s Lwo of Fatcnl Siiiiut jVliic.luiiiw an'l four niii  vith thcf publi- b cations of tliat wiih thi; Holy ins !i churchifs, .vix: Ji Kpifcopal, Mc-thoiiist, 1 iWesliyU'vianj Baptisl. ainljl- Callu-lic; uii'J district sehot" xMntaiisinj; pupils; Ijtsvyeirs; 3 pliytiicioris; 3 hoii-ls; 5 .storis; prinling !J i. IJ i i ti   

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