American Freeman, September 28, 1844

American Freeman

September 28, 1844

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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 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 -.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 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' 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' 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 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, 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, by this .time 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 hound. visit-uiid capture vessels' bearing ithe of C'UjbV natiou .haying 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 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 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! 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' 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 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 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 ;