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The Philanthropist (Newspaper) - April 1, 1836, Cincinnati, OhioR jame8 g. Bir Niy verily concerning stir brother a a therefore this distress come Union us. Editor a might . Volume i. New Ilick Iloyd Ohio Fri a a Ait an in 1,-183 re the is a melt at new Richmond i Ermont co., Ohio. A terms. Two Liou ars per annum., always payable tir and Acx. Number e 14. Word if. But when you Call upon them to prop Ose abolition of slavery in this country Happy to the , an Byo commence action they will a to parties coh Cendej and conducive to the perpetuity of inti Versalie draw Back. I think i know something a the Republic. We believe that the present state of of the temper of the Public men and 1 Tell you they the West indies evinces the feasibility of immediate All letters should Pant Zeal of the abolitionists in it attempting to Force Public opinion and with apparent it a of Corii Laceney i justify themselves in doing a sting because they a were required to do too much. It cannot be denied. A Tuuu of. Immediate t Abol i that there does exist at present a greater apparent Are for doing Ain. 1 hey have id of Cut emancipation without even Creavin a concomitant opposition to emancipation in any form than has j Ting Loose from the South on the subject of slavers inconvenience. We might quote a multitude of a tie s a re a so but on the contrary Tho South is every Day acquire other instances in support of this Thinn of to. The due Tell to the editor of the philanthropist abolition has been my influence among us. 1 once Bojied that Ken think this sufficient for Congressi Omae. Names of the counties part cult Ray should to mentioned in directing where papers arc to be sent an adv it it sement making one Square or a space of equal Len the and breadth will be inserted three times for one Dollar. Seave Hogue re a department. Extract from gov. Swains message. Tiati. A ecu the cause. I would rather say that it has been the a Tucky was on the verge of adopting a system of of Camion of manifesting that opposition which pre emancipation on the Post Nai principle but 1 now piously existed but Laid dormant for we ant of an sex believe i was mistaken and were we even to Call citing cause. I feel Well assured that our slave a convention i would have Little Hope of any thin holders do not fear that the abolitionists w ii incite our slaves to revolt. Our White population is too j Strong compared to the Blacks to permit a Hope of Success by insure Coli to be entertained by the most ignorant fanatic. We know that ver our negroes can read the abolition pub Licati if they could they would find in them nothing but Bearance is to be attributed in a great of Gre to the being done to better the condition of the Colore race. It is Irne that we Are not Lynching or mobbing our citizens for the free expression of honest lined by the opinions nor Are we passing any of those oppressive letter a dissolving is cd very few of j Laws which withhold from the slave the exercise of j Colour Zaniou society cations and Benevolence on the pan of the master but our Lor j abolition in the Senate. Senate proceeded to consider the pm Topij omut a he society of friends Mphil Irdelphia a try Condid mind and i a Eho Luion of slavery in the Dia minds Uncan did will not be convinced thong ii one up Columbia. Rise from the dead. The question being on the Moon a that the pct. But above All we believe that slavery is an Ini of c. A i i. A fraction upon the Universal Law of god and upon a a Calmun addressed the Senate in reply to what Tho sense of Justice Imi Refsal in the human Bret. A a a a a a or Quot Kwh f i f Ciao Leigh made a few remarks m exp la j nation called for by some part of the remarks of the senator from South Carolina. The question was then taken on the motion of or. Calhoun a shall the petition be Leceil Fedt and i decided As follows a yeas a Coli dec Peterboro nov. 24, 1835. a a a a we a i f Rifi Utria. Iii ii i i. Ii ret 1111,1/ i ver iii iii re i in iii Iima we Nrec nor . I i the general Assembly of North Carolina convened at Raleigh on the 16 inst., when governor Swain delivered his message. With the exception of the following passage rela Ting exciting topic which now occupies the minds of the people of the Southern slates the remaining portion of the message Lefers to matters Loc interest. 1 abolitionists live some of them indulged in All the state of things continues the system of Fana scism i. J to to chartablcnes8 towards is and railed us All Man Moie tolerable than it is in the South. And i s a m in hard �311168, Sud we Liucc returned the com dined to the opinion that As the causes a my inv tin e i a j a a a a i Helnm result in the abolition of slavery exist to a a pm is Odom ton to Jon by will receive your serious con doral of it is mates have engaged in the laudable work of mob or Cater extent in the South than wit i us. And As i a Quot a a of a he longer possible to conceal of i Gerv in your own citizens to prove your attachment those causes Are acquiring maturity in the South n., iii Irr . Air. maae some re Marius on Beeves us in common \ Ith p i ,. To the Union and please us we have Barcly thanked More rapidly than with us so the probabilities arc f Vii. La t r a i concluded by moving to Amend it by adding to son Tiern state to speak a Yon for the spirit of accommodation you . will begin in the Oeuth and ours 4 a a a Ltd a i a a 7 g to 1 tip a Quot i at loot in Minnil Liliee t or iii self 1 think with , that error Quot ill be among the last of our states which will Grant Iso i r 4 r for the for Nat without now affirming or denying exhibit a spirit that still at least command Atten it. A i a a. A amp Lara lad i. And for a Vona he for its a Onri . I or of Congress to Grant the believes even supporting the hich it is Quot not that the exer inexpedient a a lion 01 me pleasure the Prospect of gaining Over Moore Nicholas Preston Porter w Alker. White am in society to the views which i have so Long but�?10. Which in vain pressed upon its adoption the journey would the question being next on the motion of or. Then be made most cheerfully but the present Cir Buchanan to reject the prayer of the Mai Icin. A i cum stances and complexion of the society a fiord made some remarks on the motion and t ant Banff hut in it Ali w design de stood file society which a be been Tranni sued to to this state for your use. De the attention of the legislature in 1830, when the evil was Cointa Raively in its infanc�?~3� and the citizen spirit Eiberta. Opponents they certainly and must be perceived and appreciated this subject first attract when fairly exhibited. Imay it not in in a. That abolition has rendered a service to the Casein r a. A of truth. In the Evide Uoo it a Forth tending a Teri Flo that of Liberty that cannot Long co exist grapple with the monster should know. Uie �"�?~1 a same Ninion that in the ceaseless warfare Offei Ioe. O. Trae dil Sions of All the obstacles that Lay in the a he a a a a a a he yield i a think it is apparent to All who have any accurate know Success. Among these obstacles the pro has been painfully Lorod upon us by inc recent de Lego Fotr condition that Thi Public safety Impe slaveholders arc the greatest and i mind of the Smith that should Suriender the Rio sly requires Tho suppression of these wicked and to now not How else the sentiments and feelings of Freedom of Speerli Llma this demand made Prus s i a missiles proceed. Such an interference w Ith Liiv Domestic concerns upon the part of the citizens of a foreign state either encouraged or permitted by the government would at once justify a resort to a nodes ordinarily adopted for the adj ulment National differences. If we should exercise greater s i abolition la your journal. Or. Nelsons letter to his and made Public and truth elicited and All Par Beau so it in arts a Canu input for the Lahore iii ties will understand Llie subject and each other t much belter than if the contest had not taken place. 1 have not therefore Felt disposed to take exceptions it it of j you a ult a Asiona insertion of articles in favor of forbearance in the present instance it is not because -vun.ui. I. The wrongs we suffer Are less injurious or mortifying ?. A a Gabion at Danville is one of the strongest when inflicted by the hands of Brethren. The obvious designs and tendency of these pro i a a a a a a it it a Muir you a Timu a l feedings is to subvert the Constitution and Laws of cd Cine a of this Opinio ii j in edition Che of entry and we have there orcs an indu nah Leto it since the appearance of the letter the right to ask of our sister states the adoption of such y the congregation have paid him the coins i measures As May he necessary and requisite to sup a member of the american press them totally and promptly a a o class. Where manual labor is performed by slaves men habitually attach to it the idea of meat Ness. Hence where slavery exists every Man w to lives by the labor of his hands is liable to be looked upon and treated in Many respects As a slave. This opinion has been too painfully confirmed by inn in of the District of Columbia have not themselves petitioned for the abolition inner cited in the question of slavery than in the a of slavery within the did tact. Work of colonization in the demolition of the anti a a a 2d. Beca Tise the Stales of Virginia and Maryland r. Upon this ques Tion there is diversity of interest and can be difference of opinion. The entire Soili will Outwith you in a adoption of any measures which request in suggest a few considerations which May a Quot Quot Juja pm in a mire of Gate May seem Oest to insure Union of Conn be entitled to More or less weight in coming to right constitute an pro where one Weiass would not and prompt and energetic Acton. Under the conclusions on the subject. Substantially own Ano Ilter class in some life conviction that there is Neutral ground i this is your position. You Are the editor of a a shape or form. Let not Gen tie men from Llie North which can be Occupin Eitnier with safety or a nor a violent controversy on the Start at this truth. We Are yet As a people in our and that to delay action is to increase danger i can for the present All absorbing subject of slavery infancy. Society has Jei been pressed Down in not doubt or hesitate As to the course which it he the Public press j to its classifications. Let us live through an Era. Comes us to pursue it is therefore respectfully athe legislative Hall the primary assemblies of the and then we shall discover Liis groan truth. Commended As worthy of your consideration Wyeth social circles the Domestic Board the Eccl Sisai a i a All society settles Down into a classification of or resolutions should not be adopted inviting the court and the court of conscience within Are More a capitalists and labourers. The former will own the states United with us by the ties of common inter-1 a a less agitating and being agitated by this Universal \ lifter either caller timely through the Gove Romens or est and danger to co Perate with us in the adoption theme. You believe that the system of slavery As in a state of Domestic servitude As sex of such measures As May be necessary to insure our it exists among us is a moral evil and that it ought a a safety and Clung upon the Legislatures of All the terminated but you Are alike opposed to the us states to exact such penal aws upon this subject Asj Fraise of the abolitionists and the pro slavery advocates. It seems to me that the great object of your vocation Asan editor should be to teach the gospel to make your readers acquainted Voith the whole Hody of moral truth As revealed in the by trip Tures that they May be brought to submit to its re and Alt Migli he probably made a Al it la Quot a a a a go and a Pechos from the South from Tew Eon Verte it was kindly received. As an Evi a he a a re a a Quot to f of a a it a a a Frt Lomg from or. Pickens speech m the Congress of the a United states a a or. Speaker a Quot a \ o Beffre thit 1 world for holding a race amongst u3 in d inv tic servitude. It is not my province nor is this to lib a Dace to expound the precepts of divine Law but i a Down this proposition As universally True that there is not nor never was a society organized in tract 8ociet a. In regard to what ought to he your Futory course x Leel very incompetent to advise but Wiuf As you May be necessary to perpetuate the Blessing contemplated in the formation of the fed Erable Consi Itu tilt it and thai re publish or. Greens letter to the journal and luminary with great pleasure a not because we concur in All the opinions and reasoning advanced in it but because it contains the candid opinion of an honest and intelligent Man who is really acting up to his professions in reference to slave emancipation so far As he is. Concerned. Cherish the Hope that or. Green will be bund practising the Complete righteousness of instant emancipation a and will yet be seen acting the High part for which god by his gifts has Well qualified him and which from the situation in which he has placed him he demands at his hands. We will not abandon our expectations of seeing the Blaze of holy action in reference to slavery hrs a out in the College and in the whole Church at Danville red. Phil the slavery Cine Salon in Kentucky anxious to do our duty in these times of excessive excitement and believing that our Southern Brethren afe the Best judges of what is proper to be done we wrote several letters to gentlemen of the first respectability in the presbyterian Church of Kentucky soliciting their views on the subject of slavery. By the Courtesy of John Green Esq. Of Danville we Are enabled to spread the following letter before the Public. It contradicts some Impre Siona which we had imbibed and expressed in our paper our ter course with kentuckians had led us to Avoir opinions diff erect from those of or. Green the disposition of our sister state to rid her a great evil. But from 4he better Opportunity of or. Green to obtain information we fear he is right and we were . L. For the journal Aud luminary Lix old by. March 1st, 1836. Mtg dear favor of Tho 2nd february was received in due time and should have been attended to at an earlier Day but the combined influences of several causes among which was an evil spirit of procrastination United to prevent. It is generally thought in Kentucky that a abolition has done much injury to the cause of gradual emancipation and it is certain that at present the efforts of the friends of gradualism Are greatly paralysed. Little is doing for the negro either in the Way of african colonization or voluntary Emancia Tiomir or of religious instruction and a general apathy on the subject prevails not Only in the world but a in the Church. Many a attribute All this to the ram uirements., in this respect a your aim is that of every honest minister and although your labors differ in form they Are or caught to be in substance much alike. And As the Christian minister should be careful to avoid every occasion of offence and to Render his Luinis rations As aur Active As possible ill due subordination to other and higher considerations so with the Christian editor he should exists in the Southern states of this Toufi Deracy. A a in he Only contest in the it old is Between these two systems. If labourers Ever obtain the political Power of a country it is in fact in a state f revolution which must end in substantially Transf a ring property to themselves until they shall become capitalists unless those who have it shall Appeal to the sword Aud a standing army to protect we believe that for slaveholders to put Forth such sentiments at tie same Momient that they Doma Iid of us silence on the subject of slavery is in Elpeet to demand our ascent to these sentiments. And we believe it impossible in at such Seini intents should be Cheris lied at the Softli and assented to bythe a Orch without coming pervade the North ii set. We believe that they have already spread far into much an , As colonization society and this would be his opinion of As it dirty which has not legit Motely anything to do with Ither As its opponent or of a society of which i said in my speech before it in Jannary. J is34, and justly i believe that a such is for rather should be its Neul Rauly. In the is object of is very that its members May be free on the one band to be Sla Thoi Delft and on the other to join the anti slavery society without doing violence to thu in connection with the colonization it has come to this however that a Ineller of the colonization society cannot adv Cate the Deli of his enslaved fellow men without subjecting himself to such can rfcs of Neon Steney. As the prints abundantly Cost upon me for being at the same Lime a Mctie incr of that society and an abolitionist society. It was not until some six or eight months since that i began to despair of seeing the colonization cease within any Short period if Owr Freta its in Efem with the subject of is Tver. No More and it Antiri paled the adoption of any such measure Willmut clearly and expressly guarding against it. 3d. Because the injury lib High would be inflicted by exc fing alarm and apprehension in the states tolerating slavery. And by distr big the Harmony Between them Quot and Ilie other members of the con for Dorney would far exceed any pric Lieal Benefit which could possibly flow from the abolition of slavery within the District. In. Potter wished More tire Tjo or Fleet and mov Edito Lay the motion on the table but withdrew it at the instance of 3ilr. Buchanan. Or. Buchanan then addressed the Senate in defence of his Mot Ion As it origin Nelly stood or. Preston said there May be other reasons he a had some wbb h were Elro Gorthan those , and he should vote against these which contained negative pregnant looking to a state of things when Congress could act on the subject. Or Potter said one of his reasons for wishing to Lay in the fable the amendment was that he might. I examine them and if such reasons As than a year ago and 1 was still confident in. T the a Vav. Old be to him. So As to command his society would retrace its errors and be it again Simp vote. Could be iisigned. He Tene cd his motion by a colonization society. It is True Thal rile conditions on which these were made h Ive not been fun lived. And that it is now too late to fulfil them. It is further True that most of the sum i still owe. Has some years to run he re it is due. But t sympathize with the so ii to in its embarrassments and herewith enclose you my Cheek for the whole balance Viz i3,000. It ism a Villi though and again withdrew it when or Ray stated that he had objection to let the amendment lie Quot for fort iter examination. After a few words from or. Cuthbert on motion of or. Morris the Senate adjourned. A 10.�?the Senate proceeded to consider the ipe Tiffen for the abolition of slavery the pending i motion being on its Rei Oelion to which or. Clay had i would not insist on its taking this direction against i de an anon Dumert he adding thereto certain Rea the judgment of your much esteemed boards that g Psi. Which were in by shed yesterday the whole sum to a applied towards the after a few word from or. Porter of the do Abts of the Soety str ii pig moved to amond the amendment by at some future period and under happier , Sii Rikin i out nil after the first word and insert a / x. I _ cd. T a 1 a the american on ionization Oseit tyranny Possi by cease to meddle with slavery and to claim a at is the remedy and the Only remedy for that evil it Mav then a online its operations t it their Esti tuition Al Sph re. Rofl employ All its Means in the Benevo ing the following words a in opinion of the Senate co a Gress has constitutional Power to abolish slavery in Tho District of or. expressed a Hope that the gentleman from Kentucky worm withdraw his Aniene Lent and Chelig Alful work of aiding the free people of ment. Color in out country to escape from the unrelenting after some conversation m which or. Leigh or. Pre Indiee and Perseen Tion under which they sift or Claver. Cuthbert and or. Log participated and to a Benin in a foreign land the honorable and it it for. Leigh moved to Lay the subject on the table Happy Home which is cruelly and i Erdly denied air. Brawn a ked for the Veas and Navy on or. To them in their own. I May then have it in my teem his a he chief Field of ins usefulness. ,3 a�?zg.,age of judo Jay a it is a and should Tabor Quot ill All , to make that erase at the North Field a Garden Beau Fri and at Racove to the Eye is serial Price Isles of Teste As Well As abundant m the prod Ruon of Good ,4�?z�?zublicaaism has been Iusti Galud and do Relod by fruits. 1 he editor who fails to throw upon his Sheet a aristocratic portions of the we be a due degree of interest or gives unnecessary of Fence will soon cease to have readers subscribers 3 Lieve that such sentiments Are corroding the very a soon cease to have ,iters--1,�3 a up government obliterating fran the Jaru but still duty must be Perfo nned and a a of the prime article of our political Creed la proof of this we quote again from the speech of or. Pickens and we quote from this speech merely because it happens to be before us a speak iii of the Maxim incur declaration of Iti dependence a that All men Are created equal a he says True it is an Abs Nice truth hat like other Mere it iii a it eat have actual w e believe that the prevalence of sucl.1 a sentime. is utterly with on present form of govt nun at and that if to go Uii rebuked it would Franu its lowest foundations. We car anxious to Haie the Union of i desc slates preserved. La i we perceive every instance of ill blood that has tended to inflame the South and the North against each other to have Arisen either directly or in directly Cut of the system of slavery. Be thence of include that if slavery i Heriot of All this evil continue it will be impossible for the Union Long to exist. We believe in a like cars constituted of the people it behoves every Patrict when he observes a system existing either within or without the gover.nient, which Sheds a dangerous influence upon our free institutions to. Raise his voice against that . We believe that this Freedom of opinion is the great conservative of our political Freedom. We Are sure that it has been always taught us. Every Public print in the Laud that has made any pretensions to the love of i Bort Haa urged the people Tobe jealous of any infringement on their rights. Such a jealousy for Liberty has been icon iii be Tessary fur its preservation. We Boeve that when tie principle of slavery is making so daring an Rattei dipl upon the Liberty of the people it becomes us even or bread. We would Rua that the difficulties which obstruct the path Are not insurmountable nor Are the dangers All Lions in the Way which will certainly de your final pure then peaceable a is the order of our duties and As wit i the minister so with the editor. The whole truth should be advocated and insisted on in due order and proportion and nothing should be kept Back which time and circumstances require to be brought Forward. Is intern Perance a growing vice in a congregation ii the faithful Paster will not fail to denounce it although hts whisky making elder will denounce him in consequence. The readers of your journal Are your congregation and you Are bound to warn them against any obliquity of principle or practice which you find prevalent among them. Is the system of slavery opposed by the Morse Law is it sinful you an Juwer in the affirm Ati. Have you then any Chuce Are you nil then bound on your allegiance to denounce it not once or twice merely but so often and 80 Long As time and Opportunity Many permit you to do it in a manner calculated to do Good. With the political bearings you have Little to do. The moral aspects of the system should principally a Gage your attention and labors. A masters Render to your servants that which is just and equal a is the great text from which you should preach from that i derive the doctrine of gradualism As opposed to both immediate Ifni and pro slavery and which doctrine Jam endeavouring to practice. A late number of your journal contains the expressions of some opinions respecting slavery in Kentucky we hich i think incorrect. It is but natural a upon. That a stranger in passing through our country should i if we have Hope of destroying it Buterly at least makeup such impressions from the Liberal tone in to persevere in those Means who h alone can hold it which our politicians and other Iniel Ligpit men speak in Check. Those Means we believe to be a Freedis on the subject so Long As they Are permitted to Deal in j Cussion of the subject. We i Olieve too that to Una life their remarks by the important p wer to contrib nor Armyn to your Tro Aenry. In the mean time. I cannot conscientiously do so a nor indeed. Do any thiner else from Waluch by approbation of the society Ermuld be justly inferred. It is proper for me 1q Sav that i am Brono it to this deep min a Tion earn Ier than 1 expected Tobe by the recent increase of my interest in the american anti so Lavery society. From its to t be present time 1 have looked to that society As under god the Best Liziie of the slav Quot and of my country. Lei is motion to Lay the subject on the table which u Ero order d yeast messes. Black Calhoun Clay Clayton a Ritter and a Cut chert in hot be of the ques Lior of Viny of Ohio Goldsborough King of a Noma Leig a Moore Nau Dain Nicho Aster ter Preston Robbins Tomlinson white�?24. Avs a tosses. Fenion. Brown Buchanan Ewing of Illinois Grundy. Hendricks Hill Hubbard King of Georgia Linn at Orris Niles Rob Sinee the late alarming attacks in the persons of inst. Rugo Les Shepley Tallmadge Tipton w Alk its members on the to it the of discussion and Aston Isbin As it is. Some of the sup Trest ions for invading this right Are impliedly in the african or. Wall wriglit�?20. 8o the subject was Laid on the table. Farch 11.�?on motion of or. Leigh the petition repository t have looked to it As being also the f he abolition of slavery in the District from the Roll Vang Point of the friends of this right. To Liat. _ society ours is Bilile. T will not say without cause a with nut Uvea As much a the certainly very great cause which i it has for being the enemy of yours. To Nwovern that May be it is enough for my present Puri Ose and to justify me in Standis it a aloof from society of friends in Pennsylvania was taken up the question after or. I High withdrew his amendment being on the motion of or. Buchanan to reject the prayer of Sard petition. Or. Mckean moved to assign As a reason for rejection Lii at it is at this time to legis your polity. To know that the anti slavery Soesie u v by now lip come identified with this i or patented Quot ret Tom. X Rishi and that if it . As v or is Diliana. I a nasal ind Byl was 9._nays 37. In Slivin. Ilia it shall. This a rat and sacred Irett on Ihen recurred on the motion of or. Fri Chanan to rect. Of Man will fall and perish w Ith it. With great regard your Friend Genuit Smith. Notice. The officers of the Western anti slavery society wis ii to obtain in time to be Emboli red in the annual reports of the Ohio state and american anti slavery societies a dec erect account messes. Calhoun Knight Preston Davis and Walker briefly assigned to Weir reasons for the course which they shul take on this question. The question was then taken and decided As follows a yeas 34.�?nays 6. So the prayer of the petition was rejected. Or. Webster said he bad several petitions on hand of a similar import which at some future Opportunity be should present and move to refer to the com Verance in these Means will Eire Etuale the peaceable. .1 to it Rei a a o Minitee on the District for the purpose specified in on the Bra crr. The each .�3 3,3, Ani final action of is earns ii re the Senate might he made thereon. Or. Ewing gave notice that he should Endeavor on m, next to bring up the distributive land Bill. On motion of or. Clay it was resolved that when the Senate adjourn it adjourn to meet on monday. After a Short executive session the Senate adjourned till monday. Society whether auxiliary or not is earnestly requested to Forward to the subscriber so far As possible free of expense to this society before the 10th of april a statement of the member of members in his society when it was organized the in Reape of tie past year together with nov other information c Rabie or unfavourable to the cause. There has always been found a difficult among out benevolent associations tit secure reports from who Riotis Small societies. Army frequently fail to la Ond any or count and of Couto Tho reports of the larger societies mus Tho incomplete. It is hoped that Ono will neglect to to Nippy with Thi request. Of Hooch All the winds of doctrine be let Loose to play to Doernber that in. J. A a a direction of the pc lodes. . Moreh 10, c. . Upo.the , so to nth be in the Field sve do injuriously to doubt her strength. Let her and Feuse Hood grapple w to Ever knew truth put to the worse by a Roe and open encounter a of a

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