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The Philanthropist (Newspaper) - July 3, 1838, Cincinnati, OhioI. No. Of. How the o a on tar main sixth Tremelt a Cannati Ohio. Bot is Peml Slaff Asom. Two Dollora and fifth Oleati in three doll an if not paid till the expiration of the Jear. Let ten my i Nett Aronld be directed to the pm6mking it those a relation to the a Ditonno department to the Ltd an cruet p9$i paid. A the . Edit sly by a a Bailet in. Cincinnati too iday moral off Only a 18s8. K. My a oui for about hoists. We Trust that every abolitionist in Ohio who feds any regard for the Prosperity of the holy cause in which he is engaged will give heed to the following remarks. The experience of two years has made it Mani fett that we must have a More efficient system of rai8iir funds. To assemble annually in convention make speeches pass resolutions and talk Over the necessity of contributing largely to the cause is All very Well but it does not replenish. Our Treasury. Two years ago the convention in a parox3t5m of Praise worthy excitement voted ten thousand dollars but it was easier to vote than to pay. Those who promised Liberal things doubt lest Stori Smied Huberal things but lae Gre of Moss Ivym whom the ten thousand dollars were to be revised were not present at the convention and of Ottise were not greatly affected by so generous an . Last yet or the convention declined voting any thing individuals and societies Thida Dong Mem pledged Vertaim sums to be paid Fol the course of the year. On the Shdie there was commendable faithfulness in the Redempa on of pledge i. Still the plan was a partial one and Mir last anniversary Sho wed that it was not to be relied on. A minority of the whole number of societies alone stood pledged during the last year. Hiey Hose the whole Pei Niety Burthen and of a Rae were the less Able to do any thing at our last Anni Vei Saiy. Nevertheless with Dimin lied ability they were again compelled to shoulder the Burthen. The pledges Wen made and As usual the to the societies Kilt not a log the Leil amount of Toney was pledged Cha at any former anniversary v. We do not attrib be the backwardness of a majority of the so Nieues in contributing to a Lack of Neid or to an a generous determination to it a few societies do All the work. An act Inam table with Ohio generally forbids Sun i a supp sit Iott. The whole difficulty in the Case consists Tia by in the want of an efficient plan for raising funds Sneh a pin As shall wisely de tribute the Burthen of the Caus Over the whole anti slavery a place responsibility on every shoulder be readily understood and easily carried into execution by every individual and secure the bar Antonious Aedon of every society in the state. This certainly is ail that is needed for it cannot to pc Simo that there is a single abolitionist in Ohio who is not Weling to do something that there is a Eingle siciely that would not Blush at the cons foosness of having Given not one cent to pre Aboite a cause to whose support it stands solemnly pledged by its Constitution in a meat then have Soch a plan a plan that win every abolitionist into the Field a Evcic Moo into the Treasury lust see what could be done with scarcely any a fit there Are we win say then five thousand about zionists in the image. Are Here any among diem so poor that they could not contribute each i2 cents a Quad item to be a half Cento pm quarterly Wim amount to 50 cents a year. Now if every Aioli Toms tin the state would Only contribute this Small sum yearly the whole out raised would be twelve Dio usand five Hundred dollars. I it of what a rim your Ute stress make the Power of iii Divi Doal fib it is immense and it is precisely this truth that we be forgotten. We beseech the two Hundred and sixty societies that hate not yet pledged themselves to the cause to improve on these the secretory of each of these up cities or if he fail to do his duty any individual belonging to it so soon As he shall Hare read this article go Straightway and of his society read to it our re Tad the article we publish below draw up a quarterly subscription paper and get every Indi Vida my print to put Down his name for such a my whether it be much or Little. If you can gel no More than 9.piafune a Quarter take that in the name of our country a liberties let every Man woman and child of you give according to the ability god has bestowed upon you Mesach Netts is a Noble state. Her id edition ism is of the right Stamps it is a hard working about Mem. We exp oct the following from a plan of labor recommended to a abolitionists of that state by the bored of manager of the state society she is to raise Steen thousand Douai through the Yew no doubt she will Mise every cent of it. We especially solicit attention to the Section entitled a a Pron of labor the Vbk to a a hoax tar the a Tole society and it Auxin amp Arim the Mumm f eat k. Obr Ioos. I ten thousand dollars re to be need for the Parent society. A. Tom is Sot Lew one Hundred towns in the Commonwealth in which there is no and where utile or nothing has been done for the very canes. There towns m Kras possible Ere to be i. Rated and societies planted in every one of them within the year8. Anti it Siam Ely libraries Are to 1m established As far As possible in every town and Village in the Stote. 4. Petitions to the state and National legit nature Are to be or related in All the town. 5.torsjae this Money Plant theae societies establish these libraries and or Vidato these petitions agents local and others end the Presa to a greater or less extent must be pm eyed and a to Atfield. With All the Aid in the Woi ii and we Uniat it will not be Small which the friends of the cause in the res fictive towns can Render there Mast be still More or Leas of the machinery of agendas and the Presa 6. To set this machinery in motion Sod sustain it the state society will need Al six thousand dollars. The work to be done then in this state the a suing year is by no Means a Smoli one. Sixteen thousand Duars cannot be raised one Hundred new to duties cannot be planted and antislavery libraries est int be and petitions or enlisted to every town in the state without the Moat prompt Sematic vigorous and persevering Effi Art. How it a a Dombi it can never be done by depending on permanent agent to do h. You cannot get the men and of Yon could you cannot get the Means if Yon com get both it would be bad Economy of men and Means to undertake to do the whole work by this inst mentality alone. For the most part pm Bua Iaela of permanent agents should be to lecture and form societies a. In towns where Little has been done for the cause thus occupying new ground and whatever needs to be done elsewhere should be done by local and temporary agents or by Volunteer labourers in the respective towns. The county and town societies must each assume their Felt measure of in the matter and in with the tale society and with out writing for a permanent agent to come and stir them up a they must see by the help of local agents and otherwise that the work in All its a is promptly and thoroughly done within their Respre Tive limits. It is vein and worse run Vrin to think of carrying this Entz up Jose Forward systematically and efficiently in any offer Way. There must be no shifting of upon others,.but county and local societies Man. Woman and child must each stand in their lot and do their duty for theft Ilves or the work can never be done. The bored would suggest the following plan of labor. /. County Sod ties. 1. Let the Secretary of each county society on the reception of this immediately despatch a letter to the Secretary of each town society within the country urging the immedi de adoption. By his society of the of Tator Buggea ted. Below for town societies. 3. Let the county society hold quarterly see tip in the i fit rent Parte of the Rountry let the Secretary notify these meetings in the Public papers and Send a notice to the Secretary of each town society m the county let the meetings continue two Days each let special pains be taken to Are a delegation of one at least from each town and at each meeting m o report be Oaid or Groin each own society. If any town society is not represented at the meeting or has failed to enter on the plan suggested or or similar one let the Secretary of the Board of managers of the county society write at once to some local agent in the Vicinity to visit said town and kit them up. 4. Let the treasurer of the county society remit the fends pledged to the state society do promptly and with Irr fail on the tenth of july 00-Tobe january. And april. This arrangement As is obvious will harmonise the financial year of All the societies Pranty state county and local. It will enable the town societies to remit their quarterly payments to the county societies and the county to remit theirs to the state and tit state to Letroit its tp.4hf is Mil. Dpi All the time it. If any town society Frits to remit its quarterly pay Menta in season let the treasurer of the county society borrow the amount and 6end it on with the rest and and let them write at once to the treasurer of said town society urging him to see that payment is made or let him apply to some local admit in the Vicinity to visit the town forthwith and a stir them it. 6. Let the treasurer and Secretary of the county society have each a Complete list of All the local agent and Volun. Teer lecture in the county that they May know who to Call upon when they need to a stir up any town to a Partick or a Iee and let the Secreti Send a copy of this list to tha Sec by of Aach town society. Ii town so Detineo let the Secretary of each town society on the reception of this immediately cell a meeting of the society or its Board of managers and let them adopt at once the following or Home St Mike plan of action for be Jearl 1. Appoint one Man and one woman members of the a piety As agents to take charge of each Adtoon District in town. 3. Let theae agents have a perfect lit of the Heads of families and the names of every person of eighteen years of age and upwards be Timeir disc it 3. Let there be a meeting for prayer or other exercises in behalf of the slave regularly on fee last monday evening of each month. # 4. Let a lobe eruption paper be draw ii of a Enque by the Secretary or of fliers of the society pledging be Law who sign it to pay the sums annexed to their respect us hires guar of cry Vuk. A on the first of a Ihrk october january and april. A. Let oops a of the subscription be placed m the binds of fee agent in the several Sci pol Districto and be by them circulated Fero Gfa a town. Bith bit a few generous Spirita have Hod to Bear More Fea a fair Quot Abare of the pecuniary responsibilities of this Enterprise. It is time for the multitude to Bear theirs. Everywhere then let the App Ca ten be a feral. In Many cases persons axe Friendly to the cause and would gladly give Soa Hing to rid it who ate not members of a society. By All mates ask them. Loae to wan a Umney Pecante you failed to ask it. Further let no one Beri Tate to Anba Cribe because the sum he can subscribe u Small. Drops make the Ocean. Gather up the email a oms As Vrell As the Large. 6. When the a completed let the agents in District take and retain a copy of fee Auba Crip Tion in that District and re Tom the original to fee treasurer of the town society end once in three months collect the Sof ascription in their Feria it and pay it. Over to said treasurer at the Jcj monthly meeting Ujj receding i Heiret of i iffy october Jim Cay and april <1. To prevent mistake and Deley let the treat purer notify the eol Leetana in the several districts beforehand and if possible fee sub Sorters when fee pay Ninta become due and if any Liidi ritual is Sulci the non by my at the moment let my of Home Friend so that when fee dbl Leelor Calls on him his. Subscript lift shall be paid 03at a unc without f a 7. At soon As the Coleci Point Are paid Over Lethe treasurer of fee team society Verok the amount to to Trees Ucer of the county society of in no Case and on no account let the remission be delayed beyond the first Day of the months named it a Aie the Mora particular and Earnest on this Point because punctuality and stomp then on fee part of fee town a Odetia a in this department of on work Are eare tial to the Igor a and Auto Chafet every Afeei. If the town societies defer or Fitial in making Beu payments to the county the county societies must do fee Earle to the state and fee state to the Parent and Ember raiment weak nees failure Are fee result in every department of our Enterprise. And remember cd iii tvs amm tement one come site. Every instance of delay or failure in the town society 18 80 much done to defeat the whole movement. Abolitionist who cannot give at least 50 cents a year. Putnam Muski Ngum of. Rocky Spring Highland co. Greenfield do. Rom co. Sardinia Brown co. Hartford Licking co. Delaware co. Cincinnati Hamilton co. Stark co. Ashtabula co. New Concord you a Pep a Musk. New Concord masking no co. Tacara he co. Gilead Clermont co Fayette of. Greene co. Ripley Brown co. Knox co. Ladies female soc., Putnam. Guernsey co. And auxiliaries. Belmont co. A Euclid new Lisbon Colombiana. Rich ill Muski Ngum co. Akron. Newton. Muski Ngum co. Gew Garden Columb. Co. Utica. Lees run Harrison co. Windham Portage co. Tallmadge do. Bufalo Guernsey co Quot a Clinton co. A Bloomingburg. Monro co. Jersey. Massison a Grant males. Lorain co. Zsofi m 50 00 100 00 100 00 a 100 00 to 00 p 300 00 100 00 100 00 15 00 to 00 10 00 30 00 so 00 100 00 300 00 60 00 150 00 60 00 100 00 50 00 23 00 Quot 30 00 30 00 34 00 40 00 50 00 25 00 35 00 50 00 13 00 50 00 a 10 00 13 00 10 00 35 00 200 00 61 50 160 00 was aah a i jews. A a the necessity of preserve my fee e Olive Branch Etlou question. The Olive Branch of Danville ky., in an editorial on the convention question has the following remarks a we come now to a part of the subject of All others fee most important i he slavery question. Other durations May be of considerable interest to particular sections of the state to a county a town or a particular District but throughout the length and breadth of the state there is scarcely a Ringle individual who is India Brent upon the subject of slavery. All Are interested and All feel feat they Are so. That fee people of Kentucky will one Day have to act upon fee s subject. Of Ria very is now reduced to a moral certainty but fee question now is has feat time come we think not and we oppose the agitation of the question now not because we Are enemies to free discussion not because we Are unfriendly to the slave but because we Are friends to both master and slave. A Kentucky has hitherto been free from any violent proceedings upon this subject we feel proud that we Are kentuckians when we recollect feat her soil has never yet been disgraced by those outlawed and barbarian like proceedings which have disgraced Home of her sister states. A she has hitherto been free from any violent excitement non the subject but though free from excitement she has not been in Concemi a. Suie has Felt and acknowledged that tha Sanaa. Rifis Saboi aos peace and Good order of society a but we fear that fee agitation of the slavery question now would Lead to no beneficial result. The declaration of Northern abolitionist that Kentucky is now their Battle ground and the great inner it which they have already manifested in fee proposed convention Lead us to believe that to Wilt leave no Means untried to produce the same excitement in Kentucky that they have produced in other places an i when feat comes to be fee Case we May bid Adieu for a season Al least to peace and Good order. We May prepare a Una Ais for All those scenes of Ouraim and Lawless violence Whide few Vwg muted the Progress of similar Excita Menta in Ofee Setji a it is admitted in these remarks that the people of Kentucky will one Day have to act upon the subject of slavery hot it is denied that this is the proper time for such action. And Why is it not a proper time if slavery be sinful the work of reformation cannot be too speedily commenced. If it be ruinous to the state you cannot discuss it and take measures for its removal too soon. Why i it not a stable Timet because abolitionists Are imitating the country be assured never until the last Velige of slavery be swept hmm this re it Public shall this agitation cease. Besides top nose that abolitionists Are wrong Inte meddlers it is Best not even to a Sims the propriety of breaking a single links sorely our respect ame Cote opiary cannot be in Earnest. But what Are we to think of the reason assigned for thus postponing discussion Kentucky has hitherto been free from excitement and to introduce this discussion would interrupt her Tranquillity. The autocrat of tiie russian might put Forth a similar plea a a we Are now in a state of peace. My dominions have i Tiberto been free from those violent revolutions which have broken up the quiet of other nations and filled their annals with the records of violence and crime. I cannot consent therefore that the prerogatives of despotism should be discussed by my subjects. The establishment of a free press in other nations has uniformly re suited in unpleasant excitements and commotions. A free press therefore i will not allow and i will oppose any movement on the part of my subjects to investigate too curiously the doctrine of the rights of whether men be prevented from freely expressing their opinions by apprehend com of violence or violence to fact one thing is certain i a right of free discussion is restrained adhere peace and Good order in a Community Are maintained on the sole condition that no efforts be made to put an end to an acknowledged evil the sooner that Community be disturbed the better. Liberty of speech and the press is too High a Price to pay for even peaces but where once it has been paid think not that it can be redeemed without a struggle. Nevertheless let it be redeemed let the evil that must not be spoken against be fearlessly arraigned at the bar of pubic opinion and subjected to the test of free severe discussion a the struggle will last but for a moment Victory will declare in favor of right commotion will subside 30 1 then there will be peace True enduring honorable peace not Soch As reigned in Warsaw when the foot of the tyrant had stamped out the last lingering fires of a nation s Freedom but such As fell like Dew on the hearts of our fathers when returning from the Field of Battle it was told them that the foe with whom they had contended had forever abandoned All claim to their allegiance. Sogi Fitlin below is a list of Allae societies Aat Are pledged. We Publiski it so Hitt the a pledged societies not seeing ask names in it May be re mind de of their neglect and stimulated to act. We expect them to act promptly. We Adjure Aem 8 they pity the wrongs of As slave As Aey regard the Honor and Well being of air country As Aey value their o in liberties and would secure the approbation of the god of a to impressed to act instantaneously act energetically act with one heart and one mind. No matter How hard the times or vexatious a Money pressure. Are is no via what does not concern Aem is that a reason Why you should do wrong in postponing what ought to be done now is it Wise to perpetuate an enormous evil just to show How much you dislike and despise a club of men because Aey a Ink Aat a sooner you Are rid of Ais evil a better. Look abroad Over a foce of a civilized world. The question of slavery is agitating every portion of it. Great Britain has converted her 800,000 slaves into freemen. France is preparing to right Olish Ria very m her colonies. When both nations have consummated a work of emancipation. Are is not a slave holding nation m Europe Aal will not be compelled to proclaim Liberty to the captive. Monarchies Are outstripping this great Republic in sincere Devotion to Liberal principles. Kings have become our teachers m lessons off Liberty and Equality. The example of the greatest nation on Eara is pleading via us not to falsify our professions but to do Justice to the slave and tiie Light of their example shines from one end of a Eara to a other bringing out in Imes of Zueff Ceable brightness the glorious Tina that immediate emancipation is a right of a slave a duty of a master and a safety and happiness of All concerned. In a Blase of this Light a Slivo sure emn no longer plead ignorance and doubt Anc perplexity As reasons for not abolishing slavery. The Way of emancipation is now opened its perils have been tested and proved to be shadows what was an Experiment via a British government must be received by us As a practical Trua we Are called on to Izzard noting for Ait Gram Experiment has demonstrated what men ought to have known before Likhat Ria very Eon he abolish it i about danger or injury to any important interest Aud yet in View of All these facts in the face a worlds opinions at a Hazard of making Ais Republic the last Refuge of oppression on Eara a editor of a Olive Branch can say that Kentucky a time for what emancipating the slave no a but for simply discussing the qution of slavery has not yet come think of this a the monarchies of a old world already in fed in sundering the chains of a mave while we. Republicans have come to an condos Ion that abolition in great Britain. All Britain is glowing with anti Lav cry excitement. Meetings Are everywhere in Progress and a whole country is demanding in tones of aun Der the instantaneous entire and unqualified Abo a apprentice ship we have just received from our transatlantic friends several of the late London papers from which we shall make a few extracts. At the great meeting held at Bath april 24lh, George Thompson delivered an energetic soul stirring speech the report of which occupies about four of the Large columns of the London Sun. Here is the concluding paragraph. 006 or two remarks More Aad i shall take my heat. No doubt in the House of commons air Yaghout fee discussion there was no feeling for the negro no recognition of religious feelings or principles no respect for the hundreds of thousands of petition Era a Complete ind amp rence to fee prayer of the lation and Only recognizing the main Cnance of the interests of the punters. Shame upon fee men who did so shame upon the great and otherwise Noble men who on that occasion stood Forth not As fee champions of the oppressed not As fee indicators of impartiality and fee British constitutions not As the exponents of English Law not As wishing to fond fee throne of the Sovereign in righteousness and Justice but standing Forward to do the bpm work of the vilest combination that Ever disgraced Mankind. If i happen to be a. Slave let me Bow Down to some despot let my chains be in the midst of the bad time of i prance let be sacrificed to fee Demon of despotism at fee horns of an altar dedicated to Freedom and Tio und by fee High priest who worship sat her vehement apply Vitae what Are we to Dot go Home and be quiet says lord jobs Rua Aello take my Bill and be thankful a ays did get neigh confess yourselves alumni actors says sir George or Tyr do Justice to the Plant is says or. Gladstone you shall have no emancipation says the House of loud and continued cheering what Are we to Dot shall we disband our energies a hear hear shall we Auta it Dirge Over our defunct abolition societies Shalt we present pet icons no More shall to present memorials no More shall we come to the uts eps of the throne no More a hear hear shall we May we dare we do this a tremendous cheering is fee aspect of our Case changed since yesterday no. Are our pledges redeemed no. Are our promises Fol fitted no. Is the us of god satisfied it is not. Are fee expectations of the negroes realized no. Is Freedom obtain it is not. Is fee National Honor vindicator no. Then we Are just in the position we were in five years ago. By every principle you then insisted on by every pledge Yon then gave by every act offensive to god and injured humanity which then we witnessed by High heaven 1 Call upon you today not to be dismayed by any thing that has occurred not to be frightened by any votes of the House of commons not to be intimidated by fee menaces and frowns of fee Treasury benches but without Dalumi Biating men without any motives of personal revenge or party feeling bearing one wife Ano Feer keeping your sacred object right before you gird up your loins and Wield the Sabre and earnestly Eek on fee god of fee Oppre Aeed and go Forward and let the Ca Linnet and parliament which for a time has Defeated the righteous object of the nation know that the nation is again Lar self feat she a potting on her us Engthi and looking upwards to him in whose arms there slumbers omnipotence Ltd who May soon look Down from heaven to Earth Lyme a i have heard the cry of my people under Oppree Sion i am come Down to deliver them and i will Rescue them out of a hands of their enemies. Or Thompson co added his Long and eloquent address amid loud and general a april 2fia in Liverpool a London morning chronicle says a numerous meeting of a ene duties of colonial Saverer was held at a am Phi a atre in great Charloite Street. Thu spacious accommodate 3008 persons he mayor of Liverpool Wil Liam Raa Boue Esq., presided. A the Motoa read the requisite to. It waa addressed to fee May of. Requesting him to rail a meeting for fee purpose of petitioning the House of commons in favor of sir eard Lay Wilmot Smolios Fer fee Oon Teta and image Latai abolition of negro slavery and was signed by 176 Moat respect Aba names. A the a Tom who said he was aware this was fee first towns meeting held out of fee Assai on a House and perhaps in having it held Here he was deviating into a very unusual course but he trusted that fee Good sense and the gtd a a feel of his fellow townsmen would hold him excused. If it were a right cause if it were one of troth and Justice it need not be supported and it could not be assisted by Mere declamation or by violence of speech or action. If it were founded upon truth and Justice by these alone Ronld it prevail. They were a deliberative Assembly and were not to be moved by Mere excitement but by a deep and get ailing sense of principle like a Majestic River Over full and overflowing and not dependent upon accidental sources to swell its current. The cause which feel bad assembled to Dise Tiss was not to be advanced by violence nor by abuse nor by attributing evil motives to any one. If fee cause was a just and True one they should allow every one who came Forward to be heard with calmness and impartiality. Twas Feison duty to see that there was a fair expression of opinion give ii to fee Pue be cauda u Wae a Ipp her of no Ron pay nor Ortance to give the Sanction of a towns meeting to the cause before them applause he was assured there fore that to had Only to bespeak Calm quiet and deliberate attention to the Gen Jimen to whom various resolutions had Bem entrusted. The mayor sat Down amid great applause a a few weeks Sinue 124 Legal voters of Boston petitioned the mayor and aldermen for a use of Faneuil Hall in which to hold a meeting of citizens in favor of the immediate abolition of Ria very Iri the District of Columbia. Their prayer was rejected Laough this Hall is for the use of citizens and has been granted again and again to nearly All sorts of persons for All sorts of purposes. So much for american Liberty and British tyranny the London Sim of the 18a ult. Contains a deeply interesting account of a meeting on the 17th of the county of Essex on the subject of negro emancipation. A a Public meeting of the freeholders and offer in Habut ants of fee county of Essex took place yesterday it fee town Hall Chelmsford for the purpose of taking into a onside Region the propriety of petitioning furl sment the immediate and entire abolition of i to apprenticeship in fee British colonies in the West indies. The meeting was very numerous by and respectably attended and fee gallery was filled with ladies. At a few minutes past twelve the High sheriff we. Cotton Esq., who was by several of the most respectable and influential inhabitants of Chelmsford Colchester and the neighbouring districts entered the Hull and took fee chair amidst loud and general Dree ring. Among those present we observed revs. H. Bull a Pearson e. Yorke a Brynd t. Craig i. Gray i. Eark i. Howard c. A. Bra fill Esq. T. Clisty Esq., g. Gibson Esq., n. Catling a Esq., t. Catch Bol Esq., e. Daniel Esq., w. C. Miles Esq., j. H. Pattisson Esq., t. Butiu Esq j. Copeland Esq., and messes. Marriage t. Candler Dixon burder Copland Perry Pritchard Cremer Ridley eve Johns and Christy. A a be High Sii Knirr having taken the chair said that no doubt All present were aware of fee object of fee meeting. He had Only to express a Hope that whatever observations might be made they Wood be made in fee kind spirit which had called them together. Wife regard to fee emancipation of the negroes that had Long been determined and they bad not met to decide on the expediency of abolishing slavery. No doubt it was a question on which Many entertained different opinions and therefore be begged again to express a Hope that the discussion would be conduct wife kind feeling. The worthy chairman Feen read fee requisition calling upon him to Convene fee or. Thom Soja we also prese it at Ais meeting and spoke with his usual ability and Elo i Renee. The follow in g is an extract from his speech the whole of which would fill More than Page and a half of our paper. A now fee negro was worthy of this not merely As a Man but As a Man fit for Freedom. Our enemies being fee judges there is not a human being on the face of the Globe More fit for Freedom. What a mass what volumes of base calumnies have been propagated respecting the fitness of fee a Ero for Freedom and even now Mare told by , that if two years were necessary to prepare him for a transition state How much the More necessary to have two years to prepare him for a state of Freedom Ergo we no Means think of emancipating fee negro. It is tot the negro whom 1 consider unfit for Freedom the patient double dredging negro attached by a solitary act of kindness to fee Man who May have been guilty of 1,000 Acta of unkind who with a Cutlass in his hand for fifty years never once raised it against the Man who had spoiled him of his rights. It was not that Man who was unfit for Freedom in my eyes though fair science May not have enlightened his mind though the Page of divine inspiration May present unmeaning hieroglyphics to his gaze he is not the Ina who is unfit for Freedman but 1 will Tell you who. No matter How polished How proud or How. Pider no matter what be his rent Roll no matter whether Hebe a student of Christ Church or an under Secretary of state that Man in my estimation a unfit for Freedom who enjoying and being Wise and proud and Happy and Strong a cause he is free either grudges it to his neighbor or feat is worse uses the Means which Freedom give him to for the chains for his fellow Man or worse than All wors tipping at the altar of tie goddess brings itts victim to her shrine and sacrifices him there. The Etc Moons of that Roans soul rent be Dull As night Bis affect xxi must be dark As Erebus let no such Man entrusted. I have fee authority of sir George Grey himself supported by extra so t after extract from the reports of Jover oors and spec ill magistrates All speaking in the most Eulogi Stic terms of the conduct of fee negro. But i have higher authority for fee Foci. I would Point to the Beautiful and Incontro Artita argument referred to by fee gentleman who has preceded me in tha condition of Antigua where they were 34,000 Blacks and 2,000 Whites which was a augur Ogiony and where therefore the Experiment had been fairly hear hear hear does its present condition fulfil the prophecies of our opponents who sat upon the battlements of their blood stained super St Tucture and watched for fee appearance of an enemy and when they descried his approach flapped their Raven wings and a frighted the Isle from Ita propriety a not a woman has been defiled not a Man has bean to Jared not a Cine piece destroyed not a trash House fired net a single the Man cheers the canc piece let Ding which will was the m tag cheers he put it to them whether he was no Justim in holding this town s meeting in fee amphitheatre fac subject on which Mikoy had a hemmed to Dei Barate waa of the utmost importance to Luliona of their fellow creatures jul he trusted that fee manner in which they would conduct any Damu aeon would Aow that they were impressed wife a Ense of Ita importance applause if fee cause were holy the Melvus a Hub fee Brili Rawest will Feria Frea on to let a Agate 8,060 tto a will be Manip Aiida Cai emf lire i Popula Tore grave and reverend set Yimet a we Esaena Feu psf the of doing any thing a rattly Haya Mared the they we Jiffy prevented Fri iii freeing fear slave Ity fee pm a a com info Cotham with fee British . The London san of 31 Isa Rerp of kit a Vtha a Inea Tod of fee Ahou Timi of negro apprent Ereain of fee 1st of August next a a hit do to agitate fee Cueua Tryr from one Axt comity to the Ofee. I Taos qty of Ermeia do or do not continue to i rapport fee of Montesi in out raging for two years longer fee Hiwa of Justice a�4 a Manziy a in swindling and insulting of England Scoll Iol and Ireland a it but re Inri. Jut Tow comin Nivica Tion to the Pool negro of a thousandth part of fee Qto i or atom Felt for him Here to Render pal find tier Lair Ian a on the subject of Hia deliverance from the bondage of slavery altogether in Necca. Tho govern rent Jwj red item to in a calamitous position m the event of the and Giomi preferring England a Oon traction of fee pm Anairam to that of fee Noble colonial Secretary and Rona Equi fity a Yonting fee dignified rank of a free British in Hje Ocala Latof coercion in snob a Case won he out of fee question. The shedding of one drop of blood to compel fee emancipated negro to Sif Emit his Limba again to the chains of slavery would evoke a spirit in England too pow Erfyl for the strongest administration that Ever directed Tea political destinies of the British Empire. Of Tufis we find Pitois 08 Strong As Are con Isteni with the Charp com of a cd retain people in the proceedings at every to brie meet Ilig held upon the subject. The report of one Liekle yesterday at Chisford in Essex a Given a great length in on Cal mos of this Day furnishes no exception to the ride wac we have Here Laid Down. The Job Trine of the right of negroes to cast aside the last a moot of their Fetters on a 1st of August was propounded and defended in fee presence of a grave assemblage of magistrates and co Igya nor was there a. Voke raised to Call the True interpreters of fee National con Votion to order. Tins ought to teach fee government a great and salutary lesson the Nast Irmiger dirty in acquiring Whir h May be followed by the Moat Ousami Torii events. It is a mistaken notion of consistency a fool Harar display of Fini Mem in fee part of the Cabbel to Peta Acera in any line of policy which they have them Selim Adi Nilstad to be of dubious effect after the nation has Unanita Onafay pronounced its condemnation. They cannot be so Regind less of their own characters after All they have done few Feu Liberal cause As to prefer political martyrdom to idea Hotro aviation of the Legal duration of slavery in any Pari of tha Ireland too is aroused As will appear from a follow tag extracts from the Loudon morn my chronicle. Graux Otra Ower Dublin Ataii. 31. A a anti slavery meeting. A omit Numerof and respectable of swing Rotunda to Day for the Parpo aes of calling up the constituencies to Ese the inf Lueise wife Tives in order to give Success to the Inta Udad Metianu of sir Eardley Wilmot for fee Terrhi nation of fee system. About half past one of clock fee let mayor waa Cidlik to fee chair shortly after Vrzich or. Of Coane made Hia agh Tearence upon fee Dat form which was hailed wife Heartiest applause. It Vraa remit Kate that ail Feora fire i whom a Otogur were stated Todd the been Heivad we it i new Sofva Tives the recorder sergeant Jaf Eora or. Litter Jimh dec. 0 m the third Resolution declared fee Nece Saily of Jenio fee scotch and English people in their a actions for fee kure do ate abolition of the apprenticeship Swem a Goa eak Nito ted by degrading and exasperating the Tyr sea to a fit trans for that Liberty to which h was intended to be the motion was made by or. Terr eos m cuu agh Ina Vacy masterly speech in which he was Mere Fine of Well Tampa us censure upon tire Irish Viere in fee late a no sixty fear Feu other speakers. Or. Dillon followed. A a a a a vote of thanks to the Marq nere of Sligo and oth Fui wire declared their determination to berate their a it Prstt sea in August next having passed it Wae Rar Elvad feat tha Pali time of the meeting a booed be entrusted to fee Nohia Masuma for presentation in fee Hoose of lords and to for presentation in the commons. Blooms As sweetly As every the Niillo goes As merrily As every the wharf is Laden with flu Gar As heavily As every the ship floats in aft Harbor As proudly As Over and ta�ves4h� a Horn now to re ing with plenty with a cargo of natural and de sweets the produce of a Harvest reaped by u grateful and an honest in Mentse cheering have the i i Litia and the troops been re Organ red. If Everad been such forces in the Island As was Fea Case in every or slave Colony but the militia had been disbanded. It had been fee practice to make every Book keeper enrol him Serif As a Mai Tia Man and periodically to put on run Alan Duck a atari fat coat and a plumed hat with a Rifle on Iris shootes to go strut on the Parade and through certain Mill Tail evolution that he might team to be a worrier and Aholt the negroes if they dare comp tin. Now All few of Miri limn had foal their Vocaty of. A Gram visage d Warhaft smoothed his wrinkled Fht and now instead of mounting barbed steeds he Capeta nimbly in a lady a . A and there were standing Tio opa m the Island were they called our no. We were their doing sore tog cigars a raking Sangara fishing of fee Lagoon feasting tire plan torah houses and dancing wife the pumpers Daugh terse and some Tyty marrying feel too As to or thing they did not do. Afsa had almost for pc. Made by Tiff government at Home to the executive in Tbs oof ony to withdraw every British Soldier and leave it to be a funded against intestine Foud and foreign aggression by the virtue tha valor fee loyalty fee gratitude and better than Aik Toto potty of fee great applause but have they a police yes. And who Are Tyl Blacks. Who is fee head of fee police the controlling mind and Dir Ecung a Keoay an emancipated Itsvo where Are fee eyes of on Legry utom where Are the eyes of the Majori Tyr fee odious i a going to say Tito Mous majority when Antigua with hex 34,000 enfranchised Happy ener Gutto pea Sofol Loyal Subj to stood before Feam to rebuke feel timidity to win their admiration and solicit their suffrage w amp Var of 700,000 follow men yet unemancipated a Tret Nondous cheering then there is fee bermudas where 5,000 have been emancipated and there is Nevis of Asch will be free on fee first of August. Another Uland More enlightened than the legislature is about to Ltd it feat Congress. Deferred article. . Ague 6ia or. To ams when the slate of Masiah Inolfo waa called for petitions Rasa and my a that he held in he Koa certain joint react Aticus of the of Feu wealth of in relation to fee so Lilian Slu it very and the slave Trade in the mat rat of grim did i Eilf upon a former Day other similar re unions. Of Forel Teto had been Laid upon fee table whereupon if to Foug Uaita moved to withdraw them from Tiff Taofo Whiteb motion wus still pending. Or. A sad he should not Offin tons until this motion of his coh eague should Havo Bun it acted on and it Abold be Aegert Mii fid a Tieffer fee Hauan Way or Amsid not Clib Antey decide to Lay on fee Tsue Inthout Reading. Wrt Hoot a to tug without the joint Resolution a of fee Legre Leture of a Sovereign stale of fee Union,.covkecrrcut Wisla tits . Or Ingham fee state of beings Ralford for pet Mons presented joint Resol Tiona of the Lugi Slature of that Sute expressive of the of Pink thet fee Rezaei Iliew of the 21st dec Emler lest whereby All ammo ride a pee tire object of slavery were ordered to lie on the a tide a held be reset need. He moved that they be printed. A a id Leeal Monehe Laid on the table. Ilfra Ingham said he he to Obj Eiroa to their being ordered to us on fee table tot by did Hope fee hone Woid order them to be panted o the printing was ordered and feel table. Territory of lows. We repeal no Frau tire National a part of a debate which took place in a comm june 5tita on the Bill to establish the of Iowa. It a be seen that a Atlantic Plave told log states opposed a but chiefly on at for Ooria Aat it went to increase Tho number of free states and Chasie a balance of Power tilt More Agai nil a Suvo atutes. On tire is 0aer bid a we Teni and 86tia beaten Naithel ate ten appeai$4 to Fedor the Bdl a Ere of a a few hints in or. Popes Remaria Aat jul punish Tefo it ter Telsfor proite Fole reflect Ion a mercy a my Semah is Amft. Arbreon fete h would it lire Tea Jim to at act Inch of Efow Hue i Teemul to bring Forward As would occasion no Date a and hem feel lat it sted. The Premit wry Oxild by Damsel Foit length or. M. Than proo Odad toimi<�i4eilw�p count of the settlement of the Norfe Wattem Tenter it pm fee great Contentment of the people at ital few it a a Oiw gov Ammenti at if Osemond in Vogt not a ree Tead Fen idea of the of Carto of pot a temp Fefe i Are no freeholders and Only five Village inf Patio Velriten he then proceeded to fire an a Coati them a a a sueae Tfir twelve year past be behalf of the Tanette Ijelu or fat adj to Omrom oppo Todis Al ground that it went to i Creaty tha number Ltd Fere stat a and thus to change fee bsds no of Power yet of fete a mate the slave Holdron Paffen of fee Union. An Ante a w stood there were i4 of 19, wisc Nifer Wei tote Laoj Iowa another and two More had Baa Hite to a would make 18 to 12, s proportion of two thirds of Fea innate presenting an Apps Ting Prosper to Southern he then alluded to fee care of Texas in we Reagan be the passed some very warm com did Anta fee Cerep fouled of the opposition which Bod Bren made tel fete Ita Anne Tion to the Union and still Mot of the up Fey ran wire

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