Racine Daily Advocate, July 19, 1853, Page 2

Racine Daily Advocate

July 19, 1853

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Issue date: Tuesday, July 19, 1853

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Previous edition: Monday, July 18, 1853

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Years available: 1853 - 1853

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Racine Daily Advocate (Newspaper) - July 19, 1853, Racine, Wisconsin .Solomon Jforthrup's JVarrntive, or Twelve Years a Slave. This book has (his tlav issued from the V f i i Fuwi.ru's Lcciuro on Tcntponint'O. btocatc. OM Tiv.ni the KrL'C IJumiicrat. the hn-iicst On is, of N.-w ef mail M.lni.' Jin hours. l-'t'i'lll til.-'ll! We wn; il, le. ni' tin: l.'nili-.l Thi-iv Mil ,'oe.l-l. th..' 1'i-r, tin; must no d-.i-.b-. h :s his ij'lailY nor ih.' stibU-et t-dk 15.11 -s ie l.-tii: e. r..-a-i e to !t" I.I...i.ir, nil -.var n-i TIM T. if ,-mv if i! ihiiitt-.l 1" tin tin- .v.Uiitrh- i.f --.V" ]...-.v eniv. fi f, r ti- vhich are jjuarranteed to them by the j we are free to speak of its, T-. D. llOLh'.N, ot evils ami when particular instances uf inhuman treatment of slaves come to our notice, we shall remark upon them we please. The ease before us was that ot' a tree negro kidnapped by slave eatelu rs in sold into slavery, serving t'.veive. years as a slave, and finally rescu- ed from that condition and restored to !i- I bcrty by the interposition of our State Kxcentivi? and the kindness of his friends. It is a well told story, full of intete.-t, and may be said to be the reality of among the lowly.'' and so closely does it sustain that book in many of its s'ate. ment.s, that were it- not for the reso.etn- biiity of its introduction to the public, r. might b" imagined that the author it-i-i written a book on tile mode! ,-i' Mr.-. :5lowii's and attempted to pas- it oil' truth. Assuming tin- book of KoiiTiiufi' to 1 e true, it pre-ent- ui'Svave- l.ile to dwell up. C'Xciting the best I'-eHhgs .4' hitman..v their behalf. It -i.-ie's. tu.-nts. and ii'it be i.nir.i-.1. hope it is t'nlse for i1 v. ouid 1 e n: h.id ii.-i dtipfd. tli.iti line s-i.-'.i bv were h.dieted bv one being ii'-o'.i If there i'" to a verity. :.r-.- living, aeth'g ar 1 for h-'tior enr column i hninanity K-lii.-i, ;'in- i: "-e thev w'.'d e to r-iini-.h'.-i'l. if laws of the. Snith iHia-arv. aid. and abet the by .in'oiied wr-'lelies. h v n d a ra- story i f b-- to s'ltue S.-idl r.'.-'.-r ill. evidence.- Uu- cNi-tence of a ina'ig'taiu litrds eonid not --ir- thi.-i l-j.-k. in rite'ity. N.- ea-i for aii itistr.'.it believe that JIM BTUNV-. Bfiion. Eri's and TIEEVTS are of So.ilheru Slaveholders. ;'T .Not; THii-F's ?-tory is lighted up by tie1 lien. WiLLlAX F'JKD ail'! -Ni's Mr They are extreme ra-c-. n-it arid we trust, never from i mil let full evcii-hainh-i jnsin-e h- 13 .ilef. This wi-1 allay the" ex- tnvd to liu- I'ran.'is :ind ll.iyni.n- ;s citemertt created byili-- STOWE'S w.-riv. Mr- yet .n, Aii'trinn the to him and will proli.dily be h-iiled v. ith d, an- rcn iy t'ii- K-: di--- the public, or in him sn' it. "hv the British aristo-raey. a- it a'V i AV..1 t'.-ir lin1 tyrnnis in-t nn'ct tin. s tin- jii-.ti.-e is e, -n.-.-rie'd i I'.r th.en i.r.other opporiiitdty for to n- ;s.Ul-, nn.l will i'.ir the the right-of til peopie is .h-dg.- abeut our sins tor up. ,1; 'he lint it nr later mne. and i been I'OPII 1 and wrongs of PATSV. the entelty of tlic- will Gml yet a- lio'e a- iVieinls e.-in i- coo; villainy of i'l'RCH. and the flcr-.-e reijii.-t to asiiitlea- h.- sinns of TIBEATS and JIM Buus's. hi; i- Vx-.n-'ii ine.v I'l.ntanis i IM-'H-'VIOMI I ,'v; l'.'iii.''-l b-'i! a is "I'''i- wilt will !ho aii-1 trv A- i nr in I'ainilii-s in b.' s MMIIII.-I, my I hi.v.-lw., i'" v, ain.lhL'lits. Tho rontii in -I- tin- remlls; aa.l vili I" li'i'.ndate reiiiiiiiiim; on -t'u'l -''fl-iMiV t'..i-i; -e.il'.v l-'-iii-lin--'. The iniifi.rii, b.....r- 'ih.' e.' i 'he st.l.lents, IS a suit tli.-lll -I.e.MI V. Illlt ,-1, .1 a .-111) ,it ,v i; M, a'.-', l-i-l ii'. n llie ;-niiinioi-. u nut :i ill h.' Alii --nili-si-'if ni'-li.i.'l I i-.. vi.n "l re- ''r'V ill "i I- I II, ir V. ii] I.- :l i.i in-.iln'i.-n. tlni-e Ki-W I W.- hel'l-id lin- Kossurh i'.'in1, a I.i-t l-.-.i-l i'." oivii tvli- i.'iis ll-i-erin.' .d hi- t i'.-t i al I "f M limy -Jl I1, ill it: i I' he siiaii >1: ;lia.- I h'- li.e i. 1.-. 'I'll. eool. II i 1. I il.- !j; j; M iii e-l- 1 I, will j.a'-l iii t.i In In.. tiv-j iC'i- of wilell! lire i.' al iir.-t IIIMV i-itlier i-lii.--.il l, i si mhos. r rainiti" nt tin' >herl ,-r nt ni hi- ii. Il" eoiiclii'ie-! iti-it n is us of h.rdiy v ,-d on-- of ;h.- liriii :l- e lllld t ll-' M h iii the S ;e- i-y, t'ivii ilirtory. tin- r of th t'.iiirl. the -i n llist.'i'iii Sa.-ra. for -n'-pici.-i. ha-1 his ii.. s-'- ;_ aiMl'lh- mm .it'.-led. exi-t. -u-p-e.'t.d ctircd a i., the Court. And v I'ln-a.-es am] Tiaii'-ia- be ii: :it .'iH. Then is no 1..-.-1 ,m iad-rattir.-, J-, .r j t ,-'r- aa.i Archil ei'lure iMK.l js nut, ve stake lu success on iu menu no fninity Le ilhnut it KT Sec I'nnilililcl! I T. DtliUHAKI.. I ;

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