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The Philanthropist (Newspaper) - January 8, 1836, Cincinnati, OhioA of the philanthropist in publish he we Kat at new Richmond Clermont co., Ohio. Terms two dollars per annul always payable in Advance. All letters and communications must be Post paid and _1l a a a a a a Mam they will hav. Fat glory is Ope i to t should names of the counties particularly should be pen on de in directing where papers Are to be sent in advertisement m Torch and your families with the suite and if toe to be it were to erect presses in our own bosom to print and happiness an _ _ circulate papers to blow them into a flame would tread it apart from them and we a must then acquit you not Call upon to interfere for their suppress Ese in the necessity which denounces Sion Aro May we not Call upon you in the like a Tion a spirit we Pray you also to Mark the discontent which is gradually spreading in the South. She detests your incendiaries. She will wreak the Earli that the measures of the abolitionists our. ,. ,n�tv4kr.n�t est vengeance upon their Heads if Ever they come be directed to the editor of to a Jim anthropic. Win line a a or jur�8<liction. We believe that the greater of part of your own citizens Are opposed to their be s various projects but we Call upon you to give Akin one Square or a space of Ettl Jlon of g a a l 1-----&Quot length and breadth will be inserted three times for one clearest evidence of their sympathy Dollar. Port. And in ref re sup for want of this Active sentiment there Are some men who Are pleased to suspect your sincerity and to press their own scheme of disunion. In fact Are you not beginning to see the danger and to tremble for to a tfx Many a so a Heru heart that loves the ution As its Dearest life blood begins to Quail Undler the Prospect. Many a generous Patriot who loves you is already beginning to ask a Why Flo we not see our friends in the North come slave Holde res department Calm Appeal from the South to i the North. On tube a 1 183 Quot of the consequences of disunion cannot a a v Uva a but i amp duo Lii Tow Yurui \ 10� be too highly coloured or too often exhibited. Very Man Forth to Aid to put Down these fanatics by wit who Lores peace every Mao who loves i country every f utmost Force of Public opinion to Call Leoti Ling Nan win Lnu a i in a a a a a a if a the Lam glum who loves Liberty ought to have it before Quot his Eves a by the May cherish in his heart a due attachment to the ion of America and be Able to fat a due value Ontl is a a a preserving . Public opinion to Call meetings and denounce with All the Force of indignant Elo-1 Quence and in All the majesty of crowding Multi Hiam a a separa but not countrymen othe Ortli dear citizens of a common country let Ife banish All such gloomy anticipations. Let dissipate All dangers and rally firmer than Ever round the Union. The great majority of you All the men of talents wealth and distinction Are with . All we ask is for them to show it now and put Down forever these Wanton fanatics a and with them the Only Rock which threatens our blessed Union. Let Trust to each other and treat As we would treat you sympathize with our situation and put Down the fanatics. Rally then around Tiyo,-1 Union in. Fact and in sepia mruth a Mujib Rey girl As was once eloquently said by the illustrious Madison a a no Ray countrymen shut your ears against this unhallowed language shut Yoiiro hearts against the Poison which it convey a the Kindred blood which flows the veins of american citizens the mingled blood which they Haye shed in defense of their sacred rights consecrate their Union and excite horror at the idea of their becoming aliens. Reao to to Jungt b so. M , me a Tugui Ano i no we will a Clear and explicit infringement of the spirit of the who have called this i i Federal Constitution and tend with unerring certain Hano to alleviate Are strength and i Hope the effect will be that those convention will regret having deed of which they ought to be ashamed called Liis Conven bus it to our sense and believe we arc in the wrong we will cease Hora to lib imm r. A a in a i and throw no More fire brands. May we not Hope resolved nevertheless that we confide under i that the feelings of Titis a a a a a divine Providence in the patriotism and deliherai�1 Mon a it a Quot to Community will Call these the last Resolution rejoin our fellow citizens in Case they should. Persist to absent themselves from the meeting i Trust that the feeling a tii which this was received is a proper Index of the feelings of the people of Utica. The right of discussion is that for which our fathers bled. In patriotism and deliberate men to their senses. Good sense of our fellow citizens of the non slave a mends holding states that such measures or the views from which they emanate will never become so general As to jeopardize the Union of these states or the Progress of Freedom in. The world. Resolved that while we Are disposed to extend Charity to its utmost tension in favor of the motives of the abolitionists yet that we Carnot without a am Wurem a egg arty account shutting our eyes to the Clear Light of evidence boxes. Cheers let abolitionists Only but consider them if Ionest As under the influence convention and there will not be of an infatuation not less dangerous to the Well a guard of them. Cheers citizens being of our Ommon country in All her great in do it. Teress nor less hostile in effect to her Constitution Hon. Chester Hayden of government than the assaults of open and avowed 1 a we can follow the language of this Resolution go to the corporals Utica let the South has As deep an interest in the Union the North. Certainly no state is More attached a it than Virginia be Chasse the Potomac May be Sancho dividing line and she will thus become the Bor it is of state. Her Rivers a hold bristle with entrench an air tents and her Fields be turned into Battle grounds one hav Ith these feelings she and with All the patriots go Roaf the South would commune at the present crisis of Hea the kindest spirit with Herbret hem of the North Gean i the Only Rock on which the Union May probably a so put is the very one which now solicits our Atten nothing has created such marked interest in erect sections of the country nothing is so Well inflame the sensibility of the South As an interference with her Domestic institutions. It is not a Mere question of property which May uti Matey be at stake but it May be h or safety the very lives of her wives and her children. And yet it is this very topic which the fanatics at the North the crites who aspire to the character of saints philanthropists Are most Apt of meddle with. It the nerve in which we most feel and which they e most disposed to Pierce. The weak among them Are seduced to engage in its outrageous agitation by sympathy and the knaves Are incited by the vilest passions one Man by the love of distinction another by the want of dread. Fanaticism seizes to convulse society and raise a crusade against the a Rath. Tappan contributes his Money to acquire seizes the Opportunity of displaying himself in a Public Assembly. And Moresh Apte Fai still a foreign emissary is audacious enough to his foot in new end and to disturb the peace the South the Pai Pirnie press and popular i Are All employed to Plum cute their nefarious Are Pii ted for gratuitous Cir Itka tiie f distr route no sometimes a lurking emissary steals into the mean to South to administer their Poison. Families perhaps not one citizen of the North out of 10, the w 000, has seen these incendiary publications nor is nativism he aware of the danger which they Are calculated to gte�01 produce in the South. But she knows the peril and. A she feel8 the mischief. She is indeed prepared to o All in her Power to keep off their emissaries and arrest their publications. But it is scarcely prac foes. Re material Isu Gad a atrial replaced or 5 6 7 12 13 14 19 20 21 26 27 28 feb 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 20 22 23 24 25 \ 27 29 Ali eur a mischief. J operation fat her to shut every possible ave nue of a of Jet on. Some poisonous missile Uit a yet the Barrier with hit the precaution she my Era vengeance which she is the head of the Kiti uding Doyz Writh All the to wreak 1 2 3 0 8 9 10 11 15 16 17 �8 22 23 24 25 29 30 31 1 2 3 it 8 9 10 11 15 16 17 18 22 23 24 25 5 6 7 a i i 12 13 14 i a 19 20 21 a i 26 27 28 i i apr 5 12 1 i 26 6 13 20 27 ? in 21 28 7 14 21 28 �?T4 5 6 7 11 12 a3 14 18 19 20 21 25 26 27 28 Fords adequately to express the resentment which the South feels to warns those . The outage is intolerable Union w which is Are made effect. Is make out tiie duty is the Sou jul 1 8 out excuse. Do those incendiaries plead at the a 22 2 3 4 5 i 9 10 11 12 13 14 1. I 1 16 17 18 19 20 21 t 23 24 25 26 27 28 i aug 30 31. O a i 8 15 22 -29 9 16 23 30 3 10 17 24 31 11 18 25 5 12 19 26 6 13 20 27 7 14 21 28 sep 1 8 15 22 29 9 16 23 30 3 10 17 24 4 5 6 7 11 12 13 14 18 19 20 21 25 26 27 28 i i it i ii i i i w-9v� in i motions from which they Are politically debarred r the very theory of the Constitution. If there be nov 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 13 14 17 18 19 20 21 24 25 26 a 27 28 Are americans find that they have a Tomisan inter Aiko Morm est in the character of the whole Union the pre to jct 0pij0 next i frivolous. When the North enter Quot into the neuf i0b thu ,u.,.hem r8 Tho Len so agreed that As members of the confederacy they a our would have nothing at All to say to our ownership in f . Or to their emancipation. To Guaran a ssh i fee to a indeed a representation founded a certain ., f proportion upon this species of population. They government also bound themselves to deliver our. Fugitive slaves. But beyond these two provisions the con 0 f to i in tsar motion is perfectly silent. It is no american ques i won ave a a amp a it concerns Only and Tho South a a Jav 5 West. It is an interference with our Domestic in emissaries a have intended i thing wrong or dishonourable in the retention of then confined to ourselves. A citizens of srm i a United states they have nothing to say to a a he a. Have no political right clearly and if As Jept f train they have no moral right. It is an evil which the i by do not understand. The remedy is left to our 1u. Discretion. It is boat understood by on selves. The District f Csc men Are not Only impertinent but pernicious _ Zitte meddlers. They not Only bring Misc to Oit t the Whites but they aggravate the very evils which in they Profeta to remedy. They i strengthen the Cord 0r a of slavery Ruelf. They them with wet a a a seventy which is As pain Auto the slave As it is i amtati0n can a Aspli the owner. A regard for our own Security Thori Troscon Musti Peee upon them he these vile miscreant Haoold Ever succeed m part 0f Iha. Ins rebellion a Soong alone will be the evil end a be in the eyes of god and Man for All Ceivia petion jul flow ills thus that they Are higher ground mischief both to Tho Whites and to the throne a a mis Iva Ting the very evil which they pro Caj in Puj Sei. Every sane Man in the Northern rights of the is urea to argument to convince him that the Bia either now Ilion and inter mixture with the Whites effect a sentence in to All our sensibilities and too per to place but Cua Miu the very safety of the South to be enter la a Quot 4ia a ha��nhn�w<rigtrxa7m asap Proa a Ingle moment. i the South thiiftn�?T1h, Bir put Lac can Lilia a has been select in do these madmen desire to excite Raay qom i t of f r the meeting of n state convention is faction among the slaves Tosh a m y 1 of the Irien l3 immediate ,�?� for the Pur to cause tone to of theirs to flow in 1 to Intercourse pose of forming a state Anri slavery society a i a a 8 the Southern states will be deem it a solemn duty which they owe to themselves n therefore appeals in the most ripest Setusic few Whdeh Nfn a clten8 t0 , of Tho North As Well amps amp ass ue9.ted�?Tthat Hnis a a Wirks aaes rash awk assay 3axrtr.r.ynarag oct dec 1 2 3 8 9 10 15 16 17 22 23 24 29 30 31 a a a 1 2 3 8 9 10 15 16 17 22 23 24 29 30 31 it 11 5 12 6 13 7 <5d 18 19 20 21 25 26 27 28.5 Quot to 11 12 13 14 18 19 20 21 25 26 27 28 processed toy Cut published title pages proof cod tide Sheet i i oversized Over 18 wit-3 or 25 High subject in which i feel a deep interest Ieve that my feelings Are under an in i on this subject they Are the result of in deliberation. If i understand Tho \ resolutions the principle assumed is e who Call themselves a abolitionists a immediate emancipation a the be pursuing not Only riveting the chained servitude More closely upq6 Tho South but a vastly greater mischief is i course they adopt they Are putting % i institutions of of r country is there to believes that if the people of Tho Viri a khat the people of the North. Put Erable extent United and determine Weir social relations at one sweep i Stem of slavery that they would a band themselves from the Union to doubt that Sincli would be the. Merely the Union Between Tho Rould be dissolved but the Union id instead of one or two govern tand the South we should Nave As 8 As we have states. And could formed with a Constitution which a a approbation of All the states in of liberating the slaves at Tho Nice would be that a state Little would be brought on the Union it on the world. It is said Sla in and we Are called at ones to a a slavery is a sin and we Are to by without regard to Consequene-5try and ethics Are these to do i to consequences is there such i wrong without regard to con effect sole ism. It is the Eon a thing right or wrong. Thor a ases which Are not left in human to those we Hay divine author re our Jadav a amp it a Light Lead to i Wise cases we Are to it of Escribe right or wrong ton a As an arbitrary Rule fences the no such tiling Aso ted with consequences. I Mable to understand persons e Are bound to emancipate because we Are bound feint regard to consequences Illy it was wrong to Rcd co. Hen we have Triem in on be right of citizens should it or care and let them y to provide for Hemsel a them it is better for to for them in the relation provision for them in Ini practicable. The very in utterly forbid our taking a lists. Wrong though it was originally to place Thich they Are found still i it then right but is it Fin i by now to tical it is Clear doing a absolute wrong to take the course of the but desire that those who i we respect and esteem views should be satisfied v Ortity of the inhabitants to which we deprecate i assemble in this place a is of Utica better under a i the demands of Benev Etc Nance to their proceed Duel Beardsley. Said it is but a Short i respectable number of to Weir sentiment a on the to. The views of Titis object As Well As of Emilies in Titis state. It free states hat been Quot meat against the a we whelming and we Leir fanning Tho embers c have spoken audibly n at the South and to it have we witnessed Sion of the citizens of consummate fool a has a state coven v was taken. Our legislature the extinction of slavery at . A i a a a g As a people Avery burning freemen All at is it not madness to think Itiat at one blow you can make citizens of two millions and a half of slaves when new York became a free state a was by 35 Vars of policy. A course of measures a has for Bibb re As made a duta for the master to teach is this was the first measure. The next was Laid Down the practical belief of this people men who had been enslaved till they were 30 years of age Fere incapable of Freedom. Did the legislature turn their backs to this subject no they enacted Laws that those who were bom after a cer period should be free. May we not Hope that Laws Hube passed through Lieut the Southern states of a Siiner kind. I believe sir that tote whole a out at some Day will be glad to emancipate every slave upon the american soil. I Trust in god that Ives. They. Z-tm7 Ling with excitement the feelings which bound be must in the estimation of enlightened ant reflecting.llu6l m uw1. A the end Maer run takes quo together like a band of Brothers May be ultimately men denominate them the Pratti. In though we it the time will come that measures every Dav will be Rappun. ,,jjg5wf t,,j., to a re a a in. A be. Those of deepest Enrina deity and of Trust undersigned enemies of the n. 5t valued instil the event but we me hot the mento do it. Is to do Bis a a i i e. What he Conw awful alienation hen tiie South will be compel Tut ions of their own country of her Happy a Peri we should a Era the fears v the master and the a it Coti him either on the de to say to the North As or. Jefferson a first draft ment of free government emphatically of the slave would be chained closer. It becomes Usas Money a any. T lung of the declaration of Independence said to Pur then slave Popule Tioy of the South and of the human s Good citizens to assure the whole Outh that to Fth Ould 8, in Doi and i British Bret item might knt re Bee a free find race. 8 Edl Jour. I Froat people together but a of Gran resolved that ibis Sonvi Etoh is based upon id eur Rhad thie Vuu Cia Yohb in assure me Snoie Koutlis that we have no fellow feeling Riith this Miskiel Benevolence which has called the convention we deprecate. I my a below Ioir Digni-1 what we hold Tobe the a a id promote the objects they have sir what Are those objects mainly to bring about the abolition of slavery at the South they seem like downright idiots. No mar if his sober senses cae doubt Fiat every movement of Titis kind instead of elevating the condition of the slaves renders their condition More degraded debased and oppressive than it has heretofore been and the constant tendency is to reduce the slave still lower and make him More a slave than lie Vas before. It is Clear that this is the tendency of the efforts of the abolitionists. I do not believe that a Man cram with an honest heart with a sound and intelligent mind take such measures and entertain such a belief or even expectation that they will produce any share i the objects which he professes to have in View. And Why Are these abolitionists intent i holding a meeting in this City to promote of their designs it in intended to ins Tity cheers it is intended to degrade the character of the Chy in the esteem of the world. And especially to nth a who if be Here to treat with the utmost contempt and insult faces where they cannot raise v i Quot a St 3# to Koupf ramp corporals guard cheers Uliey air in contempt of the open Public and express sentiment of the comfy Unity come hereto hold a disgraceful and scan Valoua Assembly to Rush in and insult to our fees w Ith an Blage of Titis kind if we were not a peaceable p sle perhaps they might have an excuse for such downright hardiness and insult. They will be treated constr fwd on the w

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