American Freeman, November 1, 1844

American Freeman

November 01, 1844

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American Freeman (Newspaper) - November 1, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1 ft. t u wty part of Territory. 'Bailiff i W T A'J if. Jft HlttMaard, Biiffaie; Lttoia JLwiingtori, Carntei, Put namCo.; Mntrs. t( V.; JlftMrs: tKiaduMrd, CW.t if Tutor II- 5S if. C. M. Tathum, Eiq tm Wa tent. j. Jnn no2ljj A ttornry' at Law. W" aektiowleagctnvnt ol tlui namevanS ii their oaths, (irotect billa of and nntus lor ami examine ifecnrils anil .tend inlcrmalionto pursniiK in part of the U. Statc.i. 'He alw'ays'bc (tmnd'at of thwtRcgMter !of Dents, nrar.thc Court House. E EASTMAN, ATTOH'IVKV COUKSKH.On AT I. A W i cu NCKnv. Jc WisconHtu nnd .Mllvni.li.kic, Orl. 21. 18-l. -r aliop, "corner v slretts 10 P'JJ Y S I C 1 A Nr St. S t; II ti r 0 At the" Druji'. Store, 1, Water Sirpvt, IVIilwaukic. RETAIL ulrK in do imim'.ic rind Gi ods i ftt Oockury, li'ncl Hard Bouts nnd. lUtiwm tl.pjicr Ltiiilx r Oili nnd fttofft. Gitrtior of nnd Wnter !St-i. opwjiiiu FKKDKIUCK WAUD.NER, in.pry ll'.onUvtiro. n rltrry Gro rcrics, W i Dvt ruin'.s.iQ.lw, Inni. ,X' ust Water, uKin, W. T. Stationary, V'u-liiein Mn.wi Wry Giuvls, Cnir.rriiii. linrdwnre, Crorkeity, WjhdtMi-Wnro, Oils Uyo. Stntioiiery, i .Iron.Stnel, CABIXKT C'HAIK W A .1 f Two tloon norlhofPixkVs.iiml ncMtothc Crrat Street, ml if BOOT A ELY even- dMCripti'in aiul sl 'i" V' ti. order, lo" HATSiStQAHS "MILST Ni.neto'cn. n 'Gent's fitinl s Mid Youths' of I "d 'FTeiu-.h .Tr.v.11 Youth'.1 Bells', ami otlVeijTancy art cki Opposite DewcyV Jloc Cip- Suritt" Street, WJ. Co American in .nil tin) arrangcrnc.il o! the roomi for com firt artct convtiiiencu umHirparicd iml untkrlht LupVrinlemlen.ce oi r the propne (or.i feel cunadcnt thatjlhe American will rank witVtnij'best VlousM JI i iauk A ad. In, w i .jj[ i r i_i' i They pour lipon iht ml, M that I IP ikrwie j Heaven infill MI and Earth' L So and they fleam forvnr Oh' ilorioun Stan 1 i JS arc tho. frown in wrath, And thunder ai m ire, When momr'ni round tluiri (tiarar Tho lightning's of I Thd Wind it .pf.dtth on1 With noneio may or bind K The soil fhou-urf, And irco ilia Stream, Him Uujheih in lite mil, 1 Ii gli'Jeth, it rotleilij.il, iweepeih, dailicth in freoloin oh And Ihey lower in Iretdom high, And iuck.li their long In freedom lo iho iky And aprmg and freclr I loom, of S f Thojn print (he I, berly AH th rtortd of y f I hi-y aend llwir perfume praiH. lo Hun Hhojfunqod ihm, They meekly bow ihtir henda lo JUoareri, Hut ncvtr bow to UB Oli tiny w ul t nlirink and gatp, iilil die, As ntthe treoth of ilornn i Should wo lliroyflhoJbadow ef-itvlliain Around their fragiln furnii' i I I lie H rdi nro Freedorii'a wing 1 hey ipt ed iht wide World i And joi fully on air k t j heir tongn u( freedom pour, Uu Ant! i In of our Jttaj ir gratif I j uiae, Who did: foiiu world of A home for ul! tfi free. Oh nAtun hjly (Jjd 0 i hmn ihe dart guill rolli. Of ..linking ulinin> on fiirmi of Oji.thy crcute.dii t'iicaoiil The univc'nja, Shoiul ns tn heard The cteriuly, umv 1 he auul ntllo whom wingtfd Ihoi loiind ih? drplh) ol liel Anil upwml iflount to heaven !j i dnrf mail chain iho living 7 Crufch pin Jitier a pnri of Deny And bind I'.trRe.theJionrHrjbe ihuman 'he 1 puliobe heard jv, it uralctlt, iKjatclh, b FrceastMiiou.riliin bird And fret nro alliii'iiopeaand Tear In failh that pnlnli nboVc Anil fte'cila h And freer.llian nil, iU'loVc; And aball ihnt be cqado a ci 11 Where tlieae an bi und Where che cuiwd links of Corrode anil Shnll thnt (rnffM hata aha ihriinoi, Ue .'pen! m conquered br oofht but i-hating that differs Fofflourowni he door way to dnrcri Ipaat Ttfhnesjiedand They tornt _, Maitiri, fnd drimn ait-ayj wrthoot n hope of B> er j by Meing on thu USD LJUGE IKSOL'UH fO HOLE s rHOHOEiT HoSst aa much >o tin) jicunij tp niy, u tre been ing men the countenance indirated a heart swelling painful emotions and as if he cdiild ae we had then' unanimouiiy re- that this thanks of the meeting tend to Mr Bibb, for his extraordina- ry address We tloab by saying, Way the God nod fhjj en with him jtorough lie, n tljiei ejaculation e ve- ry fr end of Gpd and.! Weeding" humanity lare sub tteasuriea.nind but as thfliirnall ijuat in Iht balance, compatetl wilh the great and glo- rious prize for whjch toe ire contending PATH Trjp Libertw Frew letter; from Judge of an i illustrious ;fitlh jcfiulious, of f have cnr- with it'any right ofho'ldmg man as a beyond the turisdU lion of ite stave States The power of the was the pretended ownetof the stave tez Standard HUHBA rot j M lo undlirttaiid the plaiwst pacts Afte Bibb oce! wh Ihiixi 'He then gaV-e own enpericnca with thes tlayewsj Be and J Hfr told ofra mas- ter ho at one owned him, who waa dwac n of a Baptist chdrbh; and wlio tyrant Be fallen m Bngllrt Vnd Amiricin Bi konixt board; Printing oild Wrmng of M' ana Mti moMreMoh-t coiirit :lo and Sohonl FariicirfHr atlontion 'furnickiug cone thfijie was, (l ol ple and' told m rnontfet so simple a U lo ihspire'canndencein i e, Esq on lower Has by his Jait will, left to all his flares, ainountirig to JO in number, the right lo be free, if smjj slkill s Selec BEAUTIFUL ITlRAOf THEPABSEIj THt JEW, AND THE CIIEIsriAX ,1 A Jew enlert d a Pitrsep be held the cacred fire, but whnt, suys he to tho priest, do yt worship the hr rabort-.. f tions to all persons, parents or whu i are charged with Ihe tank of jcatron, bt- j leeching them to give serious 1 thai -1'i.r land: ni enrr.livtt uf !t t- COSOr-tn alloi'c }.-t 'n: arj-i t; 1 -K I) -f in !g Il V.srm-itli thereto: 1. Be what the children ought t.i bt. 2. Do what the children ought to do. 3 Avoid what they should avoid. 4. Aim always, that not onlv in the enco .of the children, but oljo'i i their nc.cnce, your conduct may serv them fer 5 Are any ainong them delei-tive Ei aminr. whatyou arcyourteif, whatyou avoic a word your whole conduct. 6 Do you discover in is, wamleringt? Begin by improving yourself and seeking afterwsrdi lo improve: tour children. Think well that thnse bv whom J-OH i me surrounded, are oflen only ton of yourself. j MI :8. If you lead'a life of penheisce, anil j seek daily to .have grucf given .tou, it will I solifi bis imparted to you, and through you Iti' your children. 9. Jf you always seek Divine your children will willingly di- rected by 3 on, 10 '1 he more obedient you nrc to G-xl, he more obedient will your chi! Jren be to you, thus in his childhood the Solo, i ofthe Lord "an oniidit nt n order to be able to govern people, j .11. As soon us the master tries lulte- j warm in communion with thnt tulte- i warinness will extend itself among his pu-'l 12. That which forms a wall !i mn betsvecn God youraell will 13 An example in svhich Ion noli i "orm a'chief fetiture, is but the of thr! moon; cold and'feeble. 14. An animated by in ardrn', and sincere love, like ihr sun; if.' warms and Magazine, .V It'. I II Oliin I in i.i nt li 4 I' 1) 11 it t .ts-i K ril'i ril e mil M ftx-fi a M i y thmgs line- Uiaulite and preserves nil your peyple ijrpefroro the( opginal Thtjy cat) the suin their God, and descending, cyen from to n object, thf y knei-1 before an earthly Ye ami He the outward, 'hut blind the invrnrd eynr and whilci ye h to them fthfy, je wilhdriwu. from the J itviir hamamtyt ,h llghl Thoui shatt not rpakc un hi.ni l I L like them, they crurrihs which thti to statterJamong Hente theyiloo, in bpwed therkneju to Sta affair, pfovtJ (if the BSavehold the ptiatUantinous r'ermontend Mas- hefr the were grossly m- fr'tends of liberty resistance to the ery ttc Whig in a leader who tie dented to the, liscusiing the fforh 'tKe 'right ect Afl AM hoftility lo entaMtpoj tan whether tiltme diate or gradual; aatlu no to Ihe annexation of Tei pft lo naceiim that aiCcnrie Union, moment cer obataciee, ujh- bondnge, shall 1 hat the annexo- lUght io lead to a diswluliorj of tlwltfniooj ond to my mikt equally tht t wither Ihe Whig connecWd with human removed, t I i To- me it feemii clear ty forty Joiner in Uulwl hflndeiH to ihee a.ny image or any How then'dd you rH-ni Being asked the Paraee yVejcall htm Jehovah, Aconm, that if, Lord who who watSyand who wijl shr p PRESENCE OF .MIMX incident, which j ih Englanil during the reign ufQin PI> Anne, i jlt, a remarkable instance ul prcsrn of mind A geritleman was driving pov lo Lon- don, over Bo'ilsltm heath, when ''linchhise two hijjnu'dyini'n, with dreadful Imprecations otit v !'.n. w-.., l.v I'tmr.nlr.i if flf It'J I irr) n! i him to deliver, his 'money. Tlic -ntfcinr.n happened tcr'haT'e in chaise.al -he h. its to u irery amount, lire granilp. fjnttl alf iy, f' of .of mind, he iiwtii'nlly hit upon nn i-rit which extricated him from nn ;ger. 1 1 r.'l t-i ft ilp be, anavterrd thr Jew Yolir appellntion is grand said thfe Pjrsee, but it n Awful tclo' A Christian llben, drew nigh and us by being deprived of the rnran .of we, call Uapo, be must iivevilnbly be The Pagan and the Jew look -il nt earhj 1 ne robbers corutulled fur a IBM- Ho tolil. the. that his life wjn f doubly in their hands, as they laU" it th'emsr'lvi.'a, or delivri it into th-s i of justice oul tif which he could r.-il rt- I ;lieved but by death, ns he whs unfur- j lunate for the j ;sion of whuni, of1 account thi: :l-Mth ol j the-Jbuks'of.Hamilton, the Queen by prochtnatun, uUerrd greats j he implorid, therefore, their cor ipat-sion, i take hit itionry, 1-ir- thr I r aoil 7j; other, and MI js Ht one e an unagi" and reality, it is a word or the llifnrt, 1 >1 herefore, they raifed ej to hear- en, aaul with rev-i-relice OUR FATHER' And thev took each other by'the all1 thfeV cnllid one an other F A Kruntiuchcr republic, Mta TRUE POUPBNESS who has it henrt glowing with kindness and gocd will warda bis fellow men, and) wnc is guided m the exercise of these feelings by good common seme, 13 the truly polite man Poll uoHs not Consist m wearing white mlk; glpve, and lifting not u. 1 t Jf JO. Tht .MVtfrA r j p i-rni f.-tn ivt f r r nor Democratic leaduw dttecWd by trill' cannot, ittriitt will nhrink from ofthe popular tilling cirtuttf- Mr by a few ami many drtKslable dtvice iMfho abhor For Allilho rotts (iv- ion, Ih.e On no more of'him than if ed thirinR these (eltM- occurred and its pulling nrV'-r i lh 'be other ,hand, as montiy wns atwolulely i eceiwary for them, and nMlhey coiiNI set ndinj: tliim by robbing Ivm, said hf must iiubmil tit be c.irric 1 bfforr j some they were du'erminvd to deserve wtj claun the rawarj I for his The gentleman joiced nl hearms the intelligence, an-t hav- ing been corned before a Justio- of the ,aT Peace, who ritippeun! I.) know th j ofGen Macartney, he won discharged, n-l..rwiif being the person, but bier- wayim-d 'JUr >M{ itatri were, on story, APATHY or THE The few virtueti the can of, j hart; their tirigin in osteutittioii: nrf tho any display gcneroiity or dignified 11 Ihey return to their incorrisiblj; irrwi.ir.ii j nnd Judging thi'in by It. V Ailpoor drover hn beerea to market on K The cplllt? mjSt a lady ip the.paih, jy uncon- of the tljf (adf to ttirtt one into 'th said the drover, int' of fanaticism, a- I it f, tl MH.-I III. f- r .L-.... --_, they nay believed to be kindamt hill, on 'leciwr cxaiiiin 'I sionale, but, on wilt soon be beneyoUnce are that all f.fi Pi.i you w e beat thnr wilh.their fl.U, and Inr flesh with llv.ir naiU, d.i ynaijilte thnt nil from at hr low of dece'isifd, or their rmp-tS lot 1tm character: 'no; it merely ob ervmnc- oftinslom iSigiw of mourning shown, they aay, bimiuse a mnn must net die 'ika a 'leave no But whrn, (irice under the -y Annnrai, J'. il Mpi.'.lrl iittft it ili' II ro! IK varfr' ri thai It-.- fc.L f> 1 i> ruins, I i ;

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