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The Philanthropist (Newspaper) - February 27, 1838, Cincinnati, Ohio to no. 8. New series. Elf philanthropist Mills null Kelt by the society a w. Comer main sixth tree tsp Cincinnati. Ohio. Jvt.li7s , Publ Laluc Arsint. Bouri and fihs cent in three dollars Finol paid Tell the expiration the Yew. Let ten Sunnett Ould be a heated to the put a a Raj oae retain a to the Edi Togiai department to the editor. In til Cates Post paid. M communications. St. Al Heuie so a Licking co. Xii me Titi Haiti Fol it. So so a inc Cir a our St. Albans Licking county o., to express their once Minig the mob aed murder e. P. Lovejoy at Alton Luino the following resold 1�mis were unanimously adopted realm a that Ald Tou i we look through a gloomy id oud we see in the death a. P. Love Joy an Omen shining like a Brilliant Star a Faich be tokens Success and to the spirit . Treso Eedy that although argument and persuasion. Me the Only efficient weapons which can be used with Success for the advancement any benevolent righteous cause yet As All Law and government Are founded toe principle coercion physical Force As the last resort in defence personal and inalienable rights is justifiable both by the great Law nature and religion a therefor fully approve the Conree Rev e. P. Lovejoy in Selme Fence. Reeo hed that the Lawless and unhallowed at bks growing out the principles , made the Freedom speech and the press in our country in Defonce which Lovejoy fell a Toa Tyr in a nominally free state demand these Lions Atlen Tio to . Decided action Adl citizens and that tiie great sin slavery which he so faithfully rebuked demands the fullest express Sioui . Of the Church and that those ministers and teachers who refuse to Bear faithful testimony against this and All other flagrant violations the love and the gospel plea that it is a political questions that it will Divide the Church that it will expose them to lose Public favor Are Recreant to the principles the Rel jews Chat which they pro fess. Reeo Hedt that those persons who not Only re Utise to five their decided disapprobation the not Rise he Alton mob but even make High 1 tiie who Frair deserve the severe rebuke every True philanthropist and Christian g memo Iveda the civil. iii Iris Are in duty bound to bring the murderers the Jov. E. P. Lovejoy to consign punishment Reeo ived that the fear manifested by the c Utica lest there should be an anti slavery lecturer sent into Licking county evinces a emissions Ness Itiat they have a bad cause and fear investigation. Esd vet tiles we Aiu net a Tooi Himl tinn the Utica sympathize with . By Opi memo iry. Rte Iveda that a copy tiie above resolutions be sent to the Licking Ohio dem Warat Newark. Adv Ocate and to. For publication. The above resolutions were passed in a Large meeting by a vote each separately the first was advocated by l. Barnes the second by s. Whee the third by Rev. Or. Phillips the Baptist Church. Allen Barney chairman. E. Eastman Sec a. 5# the Buhle Aud Sla Verj in. I Olla is Lnier a few evenings ago 1 attended a discussion in this place the question a does the Bible slavery the parties met in the methodist the House was we filled better order i never saw observed in a debate . Any subject. The attention the people was had until the very last. The in Leman the affirmative opened the debate b judges and chairman being in seats. He prov demonstration that Baralia m and Many others had servant and that some had a great Many he proved too that some those Rich pm try Aichs that held to likewise held oxen and sheep &c., and course they were All Cine common Stock. He proved too very satisfactorily that Joseph a b Brethren void him to the ish , and course they would not have thought such a thing had not slavery been common among ent. And from Bis remarks 1 thought he believed they did Rig after he had proceeded through the old Testa treat he came to the veto. There he proved 4hat the. Timie Jhno a Sla cry a Quot a proved was s practice As was practice under the old dispensation. He cited a to the Centurion who had a Aen rant and. Wished Christ to heal it. He pointed void Tuart and the other Ineo Hotary servitude and that not Only the bib condemned it As an oif Trage against the creator the universe but that common sense and every feeling humanity Clas ses the accused traffic in fish among the damning sins a revolted world. He stated that where slavery exists one methodist Sells another a presbyterian Sells a presbyterian a Baptist a Bap list dec. Is that right Quot yes his antagonist would reply a they Are property and the owner can do what he pleases with but Christ says a Kinas in Uch Asye have done it unto one these tiie least my Brethren be have done it unto yes they would sell Timeir Saviour they did do it. And 8laveh and their add cents declare it right. They ii wily a Loiti he do Batch be envying about one hour and Twenty minutes each. And now . President How do you to link the Ludum and chairman decided that the Bible condemned the sin slavery the traffic in human blood no a that the Bible a a justifies 8la. Toky. We All know what it is Tjo justify. Yes the judges that occasion declared that the Bible in Willi am surom justifies slavery. But to do Justice to the audience i must a at that a different opinion w As held by a Large majority As was and is generally believed. There doubtless has resulted . Will result much., Good from the debate the decision the judges to the contrary notwithstanding for a Trelah is powerful will Many a c science wll. H let him believe that the a gospel peace and Goodwill to meow justifies the sin slavery. In a few weeks i expect the subject will be investigated and i Wil. Alien communicate the result yours affectionately a Friend to . o., 1837, l8.ra� l lie Wii the meet Luu w . C. Were induced to do so by the reasoning Aioli zionists believe Tiso that in. The single s Tate Ohio they Are doing More for the Elevation the coloured Man than has Ever been done for that object by the co iii Natl society. Minister Pray what Are they doing Mechanic Why they have now if i recollect Light by bet Cen. 2 0 and 30 schools in successful. ration in each which there Are fro m 2 0 to 50 coloured youth receiving the Blessing an education. This will amount to nearly 1000 scholars at school in our torn. State. Minister i want every abolitionist to have a Black i suppose sir you would allow them to consult their own taste and act their own pin Cipley. Minister that. Is. Tiwi avowed pin cipro to at n. And Aioli ti. must go hand in hand. Mechanic did you Ever see such a sentiment avowed in any anti slavery publication Minista no sir. Mechanic did you Ever hear an abolitionist avow such a sentiment minister no sir. But 1 have Linder Tood that some them have avowed it. Me Fumic now sir admitting that an inf amp i dual two have expressed themselves in this manner is it just to charge it u the ? . Editor. This n.otori..s has been through the state Ohio lately collecting Money for the purpose establishing a school in the it above named settlement. Notwithstanding he has been published time after time by these Tilers themselves and. Also by the a. S. S. Con., yet he continues to dupe the unsuspecting and practice his impositions with a Alto Gelber . In the Spring 1835, i visited the Wilberforce settlement for the purpose ascertaining its actual Condi Tio n by pers onal observa.ti.. I ascertained la wish a character. He was a Man w to was universally detested by the settlers with the exception perhaps one two they requested me Titan once to use my in Faience i u. The a a states to Stop his collecting Money which they said he appropriated to his own use. As to his in 0.ral , it is unquestionably bad., a Cler Gyman informed me that Lewis a character had been impeached at the court Kings Bench Linden District u. C. Two magistrates one physician and two tavern-k.eepe.r8 came Forward under a do Enid that they would not believe Lewis oath a and a he added a half the then if liar ton would sworn the with regard to the settlement itself Only two coloured men owned land there in 1835. There were but thirteen who occupied lots and three Friese were single men. They had a sch ool 6 coloured scholars and 2 White. The Juanada company who owned the land where they settled four d that it would be unpopular to have coloured people it and so refused to give them a title. They wished to Purchase their improvements and have them move off. I do not know to w the is finally settled. But this much do 1 know it is very risky business to give Money to be appropriated for the Benefit the above settlement. Abolitionists in particular should be their guard against impostors. A fellow from the a a campy in Brown co. Went out Winter before last and collected $30 0under pretence purchasing his family who were slaves he said in by. Query ought abolitionists to give Money to Aid in the Purchase slaves under any circumstances ought they thus to strengthen tiie system with which Thoy Are at War w. What epithet did you apply to abolitionists when you charged them with similar conduct in relation to the colonization society but sir we would turn the tables. Who Are the look at the South and you will be that it is the be for whom you apologize who Are practical ,tors. Do you want proof look at the vast number mulatto slaves. Minister you should go to the South and preach your doctrines we h sve no slavery Here. Mechanic do not the several states constitute one nation yes sir. Me clinic is not each state responsible for National sins minister yes sir. Mechanic do you believe Sla very to be a sin minister no sir but do not misunderstand me slavery in the abstract is not wrong. I do not plead for i to. Abuses. There May be things about slavery which ought to be reformed but for Man to hold Man As property is not wrong. Abraham had servants born in. His House and bought with his Money and god gave the jews a fight to enslave the Heathen. Mechanic admitting in order to avoid Conten Tion that Abraha m was a. Slave Homer it no More proves the righteousness slave holding than Abra in off Tyml who owed his lord three thousand Ridenta and to this servants fellow servant whom he i Durward met and whom he demanded a windred peace. Thus he went through the Bible proving that servants had been held in nil Ages and had been bought with Money. He stated that they were am article Ine r Cha Andize with which a person had the right to do As he pleased and Eom pmed them store goods which men both and sold for gain. Veo gentleman u the negative arose and. S tated., that the part he would take in that discussion would be to defend the word god from the charge brought against it by his antagonist. He explained in a Brief manner the object god had in giving its tiie bib a. Showing that the Only design. In giving to Fitwi. A revelation was. To , him tie plan salvation through a redeemer and the relation he sustained to god and his Fel Low Man. He then a flowed gave the definition slavery that it waa tie reducing Man whom Goc a Iliad made in his image to property it was Mak tag him As. The get to Eirian had and Mill is an in Tilc Mere Handie in which men could Torl cry an article which could be executed and sold for a debt a which another had. Con Tracten. Yes an article property whose neck an inhuman tyrant could place a Yoke and whose tights he could in Een place his feet. Such he said was the spirit and Tetter the theory and practice Severy. He then showed that the Bible clearly an it fore Fok condemned such conduct. He Showe it the Dine rence be twice a be Vanl and a slave where god justifies the one and Coj Odemns the other. He dowed As had been admitted that servants it help property Lar amount my that a save soul hold claim nothing As his own that the one was a a a a a in dialogue. Rici Imond Jefferson co., la., dec. 11,1837. Or. Bailey the following conversation actually took Dace a Short time since in this Village. The min Istir engaged in describing Genile Ina ii Rora the country the advantages colonization when the Mechanic took a place among the listeners. If y u think that it tends to exhibit the tin e spirit slavery colonization both combined you will give it a place in your paper. The minister is an aged and respectable Clergyman the presbyterian Church a has been very Active in Many the benevolent designs the age especially in tiie missionary and Bible causes. A a fit icfmm., Well sir what has the colonization society done in this business slavery minister Why sir you will remember that that society had to in Many difficulties at the commencement its operations. Its frien were few and its Means Snall. It had Public opinion to w.i.11 in i the favor and territory to Purchase which to Plant Colony. It however went enlisting friends and gaining favor until the y the states had passed resolutions in i to favor and seme them have afforded penury Aid. The churches generally patronized it 3 h a Hamas other sins prove those sins to be harmless. But it Rem wifi a yet to by pro cd that god authorized the jews to hold slaves. And further you being a colonization St we May safely take your As a specimen . It could never have been the i Nten to 0 n Liat society to abolish Severy and you never would have Lent your assistance society which you believe tend de to the abolition. Of an tn8ti. divine appointment. Bart Thame a a their Aniis Are -wtgaa\e4 it us there is no rebuke . On account old Lis holding slaves. The words servant and slave Are always synonymous. God gave the jews a right to 5tiy servants which implies a seller As Wel As a buyer and person bought. Mechanic i had thought that a person might sell himself a a if thy brother be Waxen poor ant so to hims Elf , sir there is a. General principle running through both the old and new testaments principle love a thou Shalt love thy neigh it As thyself and whatsoever be would that men Sho old do to y a do be even so to them.,�?� no w whenever i hear men explain particular places in scripture in a manner that would contradict these Ete Toal principles righteousness i am sure they Lave misinterpreted gods word. Modster after a pause i perceive sir that y u have been studying this subject. Pfc Cammic when men respectability engage in the perversion gods Law in order to vindicate the claims the tyrant i think it is time to examine subject. Minister i caving the company i would advise you to handle your took and never mind Atu dying a a t tend to things yon.understan#. Q the sentence should have been filled out one take these matters upon Trust from the priest. How very different this minis terms Adrice from the command his master a search the Low different the character a people who obey Lis advice from those Noble a a a Ere ans f who m we read who a searched tie scriptures daily to see whether tiie things spoken were m. H. U. Nisi we had already removed about 4000 the Colore people from this country had it no t been that the abolitionists started up and lied us in some cases meanly seizing isolated expressions so my members the a . Soc., which perhaps could not be maintained and charging them the soc., and thus raising an excitement against us we would shortly have been Able to petition Congress Wilh so cd popular Force that the Power and wealth the nation would have been brought to Bear the subject. Thus aided we could have very soon carried b ack. To Africa All her children and these would have carried with them the Bible and the blessings civilization and christianity would have been lighted up and diffused through that whole benighted d Region Mech anic smiles minister turning to Mechanic . Need not her at this. You know that what i say is True. The argue is s Trong and you know it. And now i ask you what the abolitionists have done How Many slaves have they emancipated my chame i was not aware sir leering at your alignments but to your question i would answer that i do not know precisely How Many slaves they h freed but i do know that a file men have s it their saves free mid have said they neither do i. He thinks it is time for such a work Stop when it can Only be advanced by wading through so do i. He seems to think that we should rely the divine Arm and not the Arm flesh for the Pio Molion works love a and Fornor defence in the exercise our religious Daty in advocating the cause tru Tii. In Short the s substance f his is this a that no Good work can by expected to be advanced by a resort to violence at least that christians Are not justifiable in resorting to Vio a Cnoc for the adv Aii Ein ent a Good work a a work love a which a the same thing. Now All this i think is very Good but where Are the cases in which an peal to the s m 0 re i a allow Able will the doctor say that christians Are justifiable in resorting to arms in the support a dad cause for the Adim Cement a work which they could no t expert the Blessing heaven no i am sure he will not. I think then he is Mund either to adopt the a peace principles to the Ull ,tent., like his a a lamented Bro tier Worcester a to admit that he has censured Lovejoy for acting in full accordance with the principles Chri 8 ti.anity., it seems to me that with respect to Liis thing the doctors eyes need the second putting the fingers so Liat he May a see every Man Clear a a whereas at present he appears a seem Enas Trees Are we to expect that because abolitionists Are fledged to use Only pea a e aha a m8,ans in their for the Over Lirow slavery that every Aho Iti Onist is bound to give up the privilege defending his property and his Riff hts not till such men As . Chaise ing adopt the peace principle to the foil extent. It will be difficult to convince them that they alone All the professors Chris Sianily a re b found to submit to every kind indignity and Lawless violence without resistance while those who Are in Pursuit the riches ,Hoe,0 is the world May take the Swo re defence into their own hands and he faultless. If a Man who is engaged in a work a a Christian philanthropy a and who is pursuing it in a lawful Way May not defend hims Elf from the attacks f Lawless ruffians i confess myself unable to think a Case in which a resort to arms is allowable in a Fol lower Jesus. Lov Ejoy took up arms to protect himself and property not to abolish Severy. If . Channing should meet a band ruffians while his Way to Cli urch who should presumptuously forbid min to proceed and. Sho uld he in this difficulty resort to physical Force would any Man in his senses argue from hence that the society who Rich he is 80 conspicuous a. Member was about to propagate its tenets with the sword surely not. Then surely no legitimate argument can be from Lovejoy a conduct against the peaceable nature abolition principles neither is it to be charged to the account abolitionism but to that View christianity which allows Itiat there May be cases in which an Appeal to is allowable and necessary. Philo Patria. Ment and Elevation the race to which they be Ong and to contribute your efforts to the formation a Public sentiment which shall banish slavery forever from our country. Too Long have we slept in the k nor to is civil. H Avi no formed a National compact which recognized its existence while it conferred no Power for its abolition within the i a its the state so , we the free Sta tes have insensibly fallen into the idea that we Lave no More to do with expressing disapprobation it As it Exi Sli in the states than we have with positive enactments for i to abolition there. And this error has come to prevail so extensively that the strange spectacle is exhibited grave statesmen 3ole,. In Ai Otai Ninffa. In the amp be tic world that the ctn ally guarantees to the South a Protection against truth and reason As us 8 my ankle As a Refl ii Vasi ii for the Ibe ratio u its slaves you Are not destined to become statesmen and will therefore have nothing to do As Public men with settling constitutional Coe slur a Tion if Sincli were your province your lives might be Well spent in combating this great and fundamental error. B lit the Cre is another Field for to u to occupy the Cre is a National conscience to be enlightened a National heart to be purified a National feeling to be a not rough t to pm frenzy by a Conte potion the i i pulled in a Csc up Strong steady Onward current pure practical Benevolence reaching the Hovel the slave reasoning Willi his a a owners in the Spiri i a truth Tell ing and Resistless Good will and sending up to heaven unceasing prayers for the conviction the one and the enlargement the other. Here is your Field Kab . That to ii May occupy it Long and occupy it successfully is the fervent desire your honoured and grateful Friend William Slade. A a y so me unaccountable m is take s cd Cal tic students had no Opportunity putting their names to the letter to . Slade who most Cordi Auy join in. Ite sentiments toward him. Or. Chanel Ngy a letter to . Friend Bailey a Wilt thou indulge me wit i Liberty to make a remark two the subject we. E. Channings letter to the abolitionists i mow that he is a great Man and i confess i Admire Many his sentiments but still i am not disposed to Bow implicitly to great names to take for genuine every thing that May be put by Ali from any Many a mint because it has issued some Sterling Coin. I regret As sincerely As he does that e. P. Love resort d to to de fend his a Al rights. Think it was. A great Inis take and one much to be amended but to what is it chargeable to abolitionism to the construction Given to the principles the Christian religion by the most celebrated theologians and sanctioned by Channing himself in the very letter in which he censures love a by for appealing to arms and his friends for no l expressing their disapprobation his conduct he has not adopted the peace principle to the same extent that his lamented brother Worcester had done and he would not say that a Christi an might in no Case resort to arms. 1 have not the letter at hand and Only quote the sense. Then in . Channi Ngy opinion d Oes Al Low f an Appeal to physical Force in some cases. Buas the philanthropist is not the proper medium through which to discuss the pea principle i shall not enter into a minute investigation the soundness this opinion. I shall Only Endeavor to show that lot Joy acted in accordance with this opinion and that whate ver c error there was in his conduct is to be charged to the account this principle. And that he is to More to be Cren d for carrying his p i to triples out in a cd Roll a Mannl Ai jul Paras nil i common sealed for the Jalae theological. Them Larj. Am Walpol near , Olio. Januar 3, 183b. Hon. William Slade. Sir., a the undersigned being candidate s for the Sacra d ministry and soo u to Ente r u that holy office feel no disposition to employ their thoughts upon the reigning topics political controversy yet we cannot forbear this expression gratitude for the signal service which you have recently rendered to humanity and truth in moving to instr 0.ct a c0 a Mitte c to bring in a Bill for the abolition slavery in the District Columbia. Governed by the wholesome restraints a re Ligi Oes profession y ourself yet compelled to act in a body some whose me seem to know no restraint except what one violent passion imposes another your situation must be trying beyond 0 rid nary coed e Patio a and the Merit f your recent services is enhanced by the consideration that your duty must be discharged at the risk your life. Aware these facts and circumstances we beg leave respectfully to assure you that the interest we feel in your efforts As Well As those our venerable sex president is no Ordinary character and we feel grateful to god that he has left us a few statesmen in this perilous hour the re p Oblich Ose consciences prevail Over the rancorous Malignity the spirit Severy As w Eli As the More seductive allure cents quiet popularity. You will not need to he remind cd la at the immortal Wilberforce arose in his place thirteen times to offer his Bill for the abolition the save Trade before that Mer Morable event was accomplished. We beg you will accept this notice our affectionate regard not the less sin Cere by cause we Are. To t number Eil among your immediate constituents As a testimony our cordial affection for your private Worth and our unfeigned respect for your Public character Servi Ces. Praying for the Blessing and Protection god upon your health and usefulness we Rem Ain very respectfully. Yours in. Beli Alf the slave j. Blanchard and others. Sure f than every professing Christian his assent to such principles. How could . Chan Ning by me up. Lovejoy for out the Prin cities which to Lii self holds to be in accordance with the Christian religion but no the doctor does believe that a work Christian pkg Lank Rocky is to be can cd a by the c sword. Item l y . Slade. January 13, 1838. Dear sir your letter tie 3d instant approving my recent course in the House representatives the subject the abolition slavery and the slave Trade in the District Columbia has just been received. For the kind Luanner i n which this testimonial your a affectionate regard has been communicated to me Yon will be pleased to accept m y warmest thanks. I should in deed deny my nature if i did not feel most deeply this expression your regard when i Lay it the table by the Side other co m is a very Ferent character. 1 should be More than human rather less if under such circumstances your a prov i no voice did not go to my heart. It has g 8 the the a and left an impression we Icli time cannot obliterate. There Are however i need hardly Tell you far higher motives to Gra life ratio n in re swing j Wiir letter than can be found in any thing personal to myself. I Sec appended to it the names Twenty to Young men who Are preparing for the ministry the gospel the benevolent redeemer and i see in its spirit a pled that in going Forth As his messenger you Are prepared to carry with you a ice . Are i n Bonds As bound with them a heart to sympathize in their sufferings to Laurent their intellectual and moral degradation to Aid in d Evi sing Means for the improve Man rights. As w c have published miss Grimke a excellent letters without any comment we deem it an act Justice to admit the following strictures some her positions although not directly cite d with the great object coi rap lated by this paper Jfe do not hold ourself responsible for the positions the ,�. Or. Bailey a As i have Long been ardently attached to the doctrine human rights and free , it matter Iio Little ii Cortili cation that so Able Aii advocate As miss Grimke should fit off at a Tangent and run wild in one those a thousand ramifications which so c Speaks in her last letter to miss Beecher. For if what she says about wot arcs rights is not based truth it will Lead Many her friends to distrust her intelligence and judgment Aud course Lessen her influence As an abolitionist. Unless i am greatly mistaken miss Grimke has in this matter a seen a Little presumed a Good Deal and so jumped to7the conclusion Quot that a whatever it is morally wrong for woman to do it is morally wrong for Man to do a males and females a have equal and the same rights. Now greatly As i Admire woman so soft attractive Grace a and highly As i venerate the character those , , pious women whose memory still gilds the literary and moral heavens yet i cannot assent to miss Grimke a reasoning conclusion a for this reason whatever other reason. he urged that go Dos word seems to Settle the Point plainly and absolutely that although a woman a rights Are sacred As. Truth and dear As. Life they Are a ii l equal to and the same As Many a rights. It is not my purpose to write a criticism miss Grimke a letter to a Learned and Laboured to Sho w the fallacy her reason thing support my own position but i would adduce a few passages scripture accompanying Vliem with some Brief re Marks that the cause truth the doctrine human rights Yea woman a rights May be advanced. And if miss Grimke Shoum find . Reflection that she has Een mistaken in this matter i Trust that her own sense Christian duty will Lead her to Tell the Public. But before i mention any scripture i will make a remark upon the sophist by which our Friend miss g. Was led astray. She assumes tie truth f a pro position that needs to be proved viz., that tie a reason Why human beings have any rights is Lecause they Are moral and then from merely an assumed truth for it is not True draws an unlawful inference viz., that a fall persons have essentially the same and equal now it is not lawful to info from the fact that two and two make four that four and four make two. Neither is it True that because All persons male and female Young and old Black and White have Tome rights Uliey All have the same and c qual rights. The child is a moral being but a child has no right to dictate govern its parents and is inferior in every sense As Well As in station to Ujj its father and Mother therefore ail moral beings have not the same and equal rights. Again All adult male slaves Are capable becoming free men by the loll to Weir Mast cts but women Eann Tobcco my free men by the will Jiny Many neither prophets evangelists and Apos Fly severe mistaken 6 reason ing is Latt Aclo us and heir Ponce Sion wrong. I Trust no intelligent female will feel injured by having her station u spoken. Of As god himself has spoken it. For 1 would not wantonly trifle with the rights feelings a revered Mother an affectionate sister a Bof Eom companion a filial daughter. But it is time to quote some aut Hontzjr for my assertion. Man was first created Gen. 2 8. God made woman As a hey for the Man Gen. 2 18 unto the woman he said a a a a e and he shall Rule Over Gen. 3 16 men in. times too k. Wives but women did not take husbands Gen. 4 19 11 29, &c., 4rc. God said Abra Liam a for i know him that he will conman a Lik children Aad he household Gen. 18 19. Lahan and Belha Iel gave re he cd Gen. 24 51. Isaac took Rebecca not Rebecca took Isaac Gen. 24 67. Afoot Abraham took Keti Irah a is Sau took s w ill a a Laban gave his d a och tar so the priest Midian gave Zipporah to Moses dec., &c., in number 11 i the lord Sai d unto mencs a gather unto me seventy men the elders men he ivc always taken the Lead Meir led. The children Israel out Egypt and into Canaan. We Reail one woman who became leprous by reason envying mid slandering a Man. Numb. 12 10. Isaiah says a was for my people children Are their oppressors and women Rule Over them Isa. 3 12. Read also from the 16th verse to the end. P aul say 8, a a let every s0 us be subject to the higher Powers rom. 13 1. A Render therefore to All their dues tribute to whom tribute is due custom to whom Castora fear to whom fear Hon whom Honor a 7th v. The. Holy ghost also says by Paul a the head the woman Iff the Man a 1 Cor. 11 3. Also a the woman is the glory the my for tiie Man is not the Wnm Aliy but the woman the my. Neither waa my created for the woman hut the woman for the inti a rat. 7, 8, 9. Quot again a a a Ivea submit yourselves unto your own Hub ads As unto the lord. For the husband is the head the wife even As Christ is the Siead the Church. There forc As the Church is subject unto Christ so let the wives be to their own Hub ads in every thing a Eph. 5 22�?24. What a hateful my 8aiiit Paul was again submit your Sci pcs into your own husbands As it is fit in the lord a col. 3 18. But Why does the apostle repeat the injunction perhaps he was aware that not Only at Rome and Corinth hot also at Ephesus and Colosse there were some Diseron tented members that aspired to be the head it again 1 Timothy 2 9. 12, he says a a let Fife woman Loam in silence with All subjection. But 1 suffer not a comm to teach nor to usurp author Rity Over the Man but to he in for Adam was first formed then eve. See also m 1 Timothy 3, the Bishops their households. But another apostle besides Paul has something to say in this matter a likewise be wives he in subject iii Raicic own blah ads Tiu kif my obey not the word Uliey also May. Without the word be won by the conversation the Waif whilst they behold a War Chaste conversation couple d. With fear. Whose adorning let it not be &c., but let it be the Mdden Man at the heart even the ornament a Meek and quiet spirit Wimch is in the sight g great . For after this manner in he old time the holy women Ciao who trusted in god adorned themselves being in Subj Petlon to their own husbands. Even As Sarah eyed. .abraham., Call ing him lord whose daughters be Are As Long As pc do Well a 1 Peter 3 1�?6. The re Willi due deference to the Anghis women 1 would say to miss Grimke As our Savior said to the disciples the pharisees a Render therefore unto Caesar the tiling which Are Caesars and unto god the things that Are gods a mat. 22 21. Heman Ferris. Marysville Ohio. A f. Line. Clu 8, 1838. M . Blimey in Maine. Brunswick a correspondent writing from Maine says i have just returned from tote Ai Inual meeting our state society held at Augusta. It was a Good meeting and auspicious in its influence upon Tito cause Here. Or. Birney your former editor i present and. Added much to the interest the Casion. In addition to Public addresses a daily meetings . Blimey oct tired three Lessivee Enin is before s Large and deeply rested audience composed in part Memis its m Quot our state legislature Tsien in session. The a Clovis . Birney were a High order and Admira Hyt adapted to give a new im.pul8e to the a. A. Cauto in this state. To myself Mommy others also in was peculiarly delightful to meet with the Man w h we have Long held in High Admira Tion. Anil respect and to hear the Good True is abolition an As they flowed warm from the heart this Onul their most Able and eloquent advocates. Sei ral very valuable acquisitions were to mgr society at this meeting and tie proceedings whole were highly Apted to inspire new a in to the cause Here. A a can children instantly become free men by any amount willing arrogance. A if the foot shall say., a because a am not the hand i am not the , is it therefore not tic body a i believe it is and Mil the d All hands except by Fanny Wrig lit and Quot some outliers the family compact is a divine institutions and by the same authority is Man appointed head the family use would every family present tiie an Oeilly one body with two More Heads Rno Sirum Horren Dum now if Man is divinely appointed head a. a w h at Mem Ber a family so ecu qualified to vote for become the head the civil government As the Man now i do not say that a a woman is a head Shorter head and shoulders Low in her moral re8ponsibfliti,e8, the full length his Many a Noble nature below him a. E. Under his neither do i in tend to do cide whether woman Lias tie greater strength body and mind. I cannot Tell either which is most highly valued in the sight god an african am Crinan a m a be female an. Old person a Little child. But this i can assert which none but an infidel dare deny that Man is by divine appointment Superior in station to the w Oman. God has appointed him. Head not Only the household but the woman in particular and has commanded the woman to be in subjection to the Man. To that either tile patriarchs a nation has never been cursed for god. It is strange that people professing to Blieve the Bible should sons fit infidel ascertain whether the declarations Jehovah at True false to see whether it is Safe to obey he Law. / christians have a right and it is their Daty la every practicable and lawful Way to Isle Pfeto relieve the sufferings tie Henran family Wlate Ever it May exist and the Southern states have no right to claim exemption from such Intel Mace 0 slavery oppression being in iii scriptures is no evidence that it is right c foretold his followers that a they who godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer Pene eat no one would infer from this that Perse Eulota right. Colonization lists look to the government for Cess a abolitionists to the almighty wbk his per a righteousness Shau cover the few do the mixed that the Waters if colonization its Rossby loved die anti that love we mid Inma lest itself in Madama Well As Al cans. A a it god is be respecter pm Mont Why we he j up

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