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The Philanthropist (Newspaper) - March 6, 1838, Cincinnati, Ohio pm Mishins at it doll an and fifty Canta in doll an if not paid till the expiation of the year. Let Eminem Ahong old be directed to the in Mait limb relating la the editorial de not intent to Faa Ottoa. In Mica a pvt paid. I late poetry. Taftt i i pipe a a from me Jemoni Job of a Southern states Are destined to to common Fate in the history of nations. They will be amongst the greatest Aai freest or the Mort abet of National. History presents such combination for Republican Liberty As that which sex believe that thousands will yet Praise him Foa Type Success of abolition if it succeeds acc of its present Prospect the Temperance Cau and also every revival 6f religion causes a a Ccu Lemcy i.�. In Short i say without fear of , that Rio Good cause is carried on it this must naturally be the Case while he Maii iia Tare remains the same. But strange As it May seem in this enlightened age a Rais is brought an of Section to a go cause by those who profess to know something of depraved Hunan nature As if it were a perfect Standard and All contrary to it a must be condemned not remember iii that which is highly esteemed among men is of abomination ift the sight of god. I think xon for the Muter fun deter. Both races Witt be exalted a of benefited by the relation. We dare not be a Asir with the a Pola Tii Tiu which our Attu Alioa involves. To most a we will a a be a of not to glory to infamy if. Hot for defence for Dos fiction Moat miserable if not to Triumph a to fall to die with die epitaph upon our grated if Gravu we Are allowed Writt by the pen of philanthropy i Here lie the meanest Opp Tadors and cowards who Eter polluted the Earth with Thek biood.j7e�. Of Bart a Amwel -.fcb�opcm, to Ais Comiti Umit 4aitd Lam. Is 1b38. Away awake to infamy thou wild. Quot c thy in filmy w Fra the stains of thy Long a repented in Jet acting to the pruent and tip past a and while thy hanged near shall last. Thou Shaft u now be steeped in infamy 1/ thy a haute abide i on thee Bouling South i Hll not thy land Republican nor free a a Smoen diary words ill auit thy Mouth c and till thy it Borer Are pm. I Frant a partnership in Trade. Is fitter Dale for i amp a Liberty. _ Well Hast thou tried thy Raee exalting plan and Well we tee bin Chi the Sublime a a a it of chains and strips merchandise of Many slaves by their a Ward exaltation j by a due a a relation their lord Fly to reach their goals in equal time. Dame history Don to Tell a Irue enough of National elevated by the Wal for her republics lacked the proper Stos a \ the Dainty pallid a Anglo Saxon. With Blacker feb to Bear his packs on a a and bid fhe biddings of his upturned lip. _ v y00ve hit the so of the ancient sages \ la hich fran teen Utica to such Early gives a Sheti Laws ergot to take the labourers wages to fatter amen re Junit Wilert. To whom As asses to their rulers it a the rest should be in so Ceca ret alien a a a aver. Here is the True rep Mican fim Dadon tie spot Itiat of the Wise Erefile must land on. The Giori Ous principle of ,,0 a in the a pm ill we Ems Appet twi. Are inborn equal human i hts. Without a mass of prostrate my to stand Onby Quot a a a a a to say that immediate emancipation is not Safe iffl0 aay Liat it is not Safe for he Raan beings to obey their creator for if All should obey him the system of slavery would have no supporters. A fac.l8, reason Andes Perm ent hate abundantly corroborated these statements. Look at the Happy results Whitfi followed the immediate emancipation of 6�0,0b0 by the French and 800,000 by the English which in two islands was immedi. The le.8limony of Twenty convened at the Mission House in Antigua who All bore witness to the Good results of manumission is As follows by Joseph Chester Toa Large and attentive audience. After which the following resolutions prepared by e. Bucking were presented to the meeting and so me remarks by the mover. Or. M. P. B Aird and Joseph Chester were unanimously adopted resolved 1st, we As christians and patriots deplore the recent unlawful and shameful transactions a Salton iii., by which a peaceful City was thrown into confusion sacred rights trampled under foot and a devotedly faithful minister of the gospel deprived of life. Resolved my that the pre Seiil aspect of things in our country the spirit of insubordination and monism the disposition so extensively manifested get o be mime nth Sremec Tion �8s� a i Che it to Lead any candid Man to acknowledge that so far from being who re Fig their wry rss i for Ort 1s�irertt��?oa���b. Of wac night a inst the Aiti slavery cause a i persecution and violent opposition which it meets Are Strong proofs of its righteousness a those that will live g Odly i n Christ jesns.,. A Ion a suffer be were of the world a world love his in amp a. A Yon remarked that a it might do a a Liia subject among some people As new englander but not Here where so Many Are migrants from v i re inia Quot and have relatives who a i a interested in foe system of Davery this argues that we must Witfill a Subjec popular before w c attempt to advocate it. Suppose the most Penlight Eneff Personte in die comi Unity were Sll to adopt this prudence what advantage e would tie Community derived from them. It appears evident that a those who have distinguished he rns elves As Bene fac tors of Mankind a by adding wobbly the Wiiki no profoundly have been noted tor despising popular prejudices and Dep waiting from Tho comm i ways., of the when religion and morality Are concerned to stand firm by what is fair and just resisting foe tor ref of corrupt Public sentiment is the Only course we can pursue if we would not be guilty of conniving at or being pm takers in the the sins of the., nation. It is also evident that he when ies first. Great principles the basis of action will eventually acquire a greater a influence than he Olio seeks popular a aus a and watching the Gale of Public opinion turns like the weather cock to accommodate himself to it. If Thi amp o objection proves that we should not meddle with tie subject of slavery and abolition k May also excuse us from speaking again St any or even sin an do when god tells you a to cry aloud spare not and show his people their transgression a and the House of Jacob their sins w he n he says a i have set thee a watchman to the House of Israel to hear the word at my Inonu the a, a a Rte them from me when. I say to the wicked thou Shalt surely die if thou Dost not Arn the wicked from his Way he shall die in his Iri i Quity a hot hib blood w ill i require at thy hand a according to your reasoning in the present Case you can excuse yourself saying a a fear excite ment a and division and Thi lit is hot Safe to what would you think of a minister of the gospel who should say a i dare not preach against Dmn Kenness and advocate temper Ahee for Konie of my Quot Aro emt Granta from a Iregi on where Antem Perance preva.i1,s, and have relatives who Are engaged in to traffic and use of alcohol a a b of know d,0�,8 this till by a a with your interrogation a Why dont you gift the Smth a what need i ask of going to the soil a if people Here Are so much Intel sled in the system a that to or. Pose it is to cause excitement let them be convinced of the sin of 8l and their influence will be great in turning the minds of their friends at the a South. From your own argument i should infer that this is the wry in w hich to advocate anti slavery Principio and that we can Asef a a the Sabbath is Bette r observed the conjugal and to destroy Liberty of conscience Liberty of speech social duties Mote respected and education is a and Liberty of the press Call for prompt and dec a idly sure ing. Union did onal freedoms work j give action a behalf of Nur civil and religious Libet ties on the part of every Patriot and Christen. Ing in Uch better than foe apprent hip system. They say their Quot a opportunities for doing Good reate an Tipy wer under the reign of slavery. No one can now compel for floor negro to go out into foe Corn Field or sugar House on the Sabbato instead of attending divine wors liip.,�?� the great necessity of continuing slavery is this a the a Java is poor ignorant Quot degraded and unfit for Liberty a foe Refore he must re in foe darkness of slavery deprived of Light Liberty and All that is dear to him on Earth until he prepare himself for Liberty this is foe Wisdom of foe p to slavery party. But what mock on beneath thy democratic Vioak thy tyrants tricks Are seen and scorned Che More the spell of thy Typo Crivy is broken Aten thousand a Archit eyes Ara Laid a upon the secrets of thy to Lily fio igers. Fil Ching from Tho poor a a and sooth it is Thon most undo thy wrong Exchange thy whips and stocks for Hocti pay. Or else tuft Wolf shall howl and feed her Younga. Upon thy Anglo Saxon Graves / a receptacles of meanest knives. 7hat Ever founded the blessed Light of Day communications. Letter of Samuel Boas to the be. Or. Jeu lok Rev. And Bear sir it is with diffidence Liat 1 a obscure youth attempt to address a person in your station yet a retrospect of what passed foe last time i saw you has led Ine to believe it my duty to look into foe subject and also to ask some Lite explanation. But first let assure you foal i ish to Ellef Tain no unkind feelings but to love an respect you As former in. A i believe that when you called me out beg to Converse in Friendship but finding that i a Ould not be induced to recant awl loss principles which with much investigation i have adopted you to Gan to Deal with me in a Hansfo unkind unjust and unchristian manner. Fire it by taking i pan ill report which you received As i suppose either directly or indirectly hmm a Man known As an avowed enemy of almost every Christian Enterprise. Secondly by Accusio me in a Public manner bringing charges w hich Werc not neither Cap be sustain although some probably believed them from Mere report thirdly by assuming the sole right of a peaking and by interrupting me whenever i attempted to a Peak in defence of my principles or character. Fourthly by attempting to answer by it Cule resolved so a Liat we consider foe resold Tau olmec Atton. foe House of re present i by United 3ia.tbs, de. So 1807, in which the right of petition is denied to be a palpable infringe Mien t of the cons fit utile Al and inherent rights of every american citizen and fur ther we believe that Justice to foe american pub i c demands foe in Media the rescinding of this and disgraceful Resolution. Resolved 4th, foe right to think speak and write upon any and every subject is to every Man by the very charter of his being and any c efforts to Dyrke him of this sacred right. Says the word of god on this subject a Rob not the poor because he is _ _ poot neither oppress the afflicted in the Gate for Are and the lord wih plead their pause and spoil the soul resolved 5th, no Man in foe Bible of those foal spoil them who that oppress of foe Gonse is a the who does not unite his maker a. Fervent prayer to almighty god with Wise and thirdly you remarked that a slavery or abol�-1 prudent efforts for foe benefits of his race. Tion is a political ques Tion with w hich w c have nothing to this is an easy Mode of getting rid of duty. A minister who acknowledges that slavery is a sin a great sin an evil the greatest evil in the United states can excuse himself by say log a it is a political question Oyhat kind of a in is it is it a political sin a kind that god does not allow and does not require his servants to re prove w Lien he tells them to declare his Woofe counsel a whether men will hear or whether they will forbear the Tersip Eibinck question has been Cal led a a a political going a Quot w Hen every reformation becomes. A a poetics ministers of foe gospel w ill have but Little to do. A slavery takes away foe key of knowledge a and with souls the Worl of god which every Man is co m,.Mande d to teach to his children and is this wholly a political subject Are there no great Morid principles inc Jed in it is there nothing to excite foe sym path a and p of Christiana and. Christian Rifo Sisters when they reflect that there Are Hun Jred a of of Oua and a of pagans in Wiir highly favored land who a re legally Debar Del Man Reading the big cd and even from the Knowis a 6f la tto is a and my at w c c o naive at such a. Cmel body Mai murdering system because it is a delicate subject when win it be less sol what if Martin Lefoer had sought to evade his duty by such a subterfuge the following Resolution was then offered b y m. , and after remarks by foe mover , j. Cd Ester was , a of Lucil a that use deeply deplore foe practice of Many abolitionists of applying to their opponents and slaveholders the charac ter of thieves robbers Man steamers and a cd mfg Ati anti Rcpt Liran and other Denun Chatory epithets As such expressions tend in no w is to Advance but to re Taid foe Grem and Good cause of anti so carvery. Resolved a that a copy of these resolutions and of the proceedings of this meeting he sent to the for publication. On motion a mourned. Robert Baird pm a Zenas haywar0� rec. Sec. Feb.-15, 188. A Quot Quot Rew co ffa.3, 1838. My. Bailey a at a regular monthly meeting of the new Rich Nond anti slavery sonic held on Tho evening of foe 3d february 1838, foe following resolutions we re read Aid Unatin Mously adopted a Quot a a resolved a that As abolitionists we deprecate the use of deathly weapons to sustain foe Anli Sla Liisu. if into us it us, cum Iluk i i i t i. T ii he went Forward �,<1 did note rink from his duly it to to meet foe approbation of the Prince of peace. I a s cd a that we Higley appreciate the labors of our sister Angelina e. Grimke in foe cause o and hereby in Fon spirit of skin a and encouragement tender to her our congratulations and bid her gods Speed in foe cause of righteousness and peace Wjk Eso Foed a that foe resolutions he forwarded to the editor of the philanthropist for . James Blakeslee preset. James h. Parker Sec. Factual in plead foe Cauin of foe oppressed while Are As we could at foe a South. But is it so that we at the North have nothing to do with slavery while there Are in foe District of Columbia and in the territories where a Congress has foe exclusive right of. Legislation a i Early 30,000 ? a Congress w ill not abolish slavery foe people Call for it a and people will not Call for i till they feel it to be wrong and they will not feel it to be wrong till they examine it. Hence foe propriety and Necess of discussion. Secondly you say a the remedy proposed would he worse than foe evils of slavery.the enemies of Almos every Reform Aie wont to urge this . Rul we to see., that in foe present Case experience has put the question beyond a doubt and even in reference to temporal .evil,5, those can nyc ted with slavery Are id most infinitely greater than those which have Fol Jawed emancipation. But what shall we say when we take into the account foe Eternod All shall receive Accordi to the dec is done in and a the Snail hafe judg Raeisi without mercy that showed you chose to make what Yon called a practical illustration n of this Point Viz Lorenzo had built Mill dam which overflowed his neighbors farms. Ura Foer Foan ingenious reason those few arguments which you allowed me to offer. As i supposed that any Good cause could be supported by fair Means 1 became foe More convinced that your a cause was m Njust by them eans w Bich you employed to support it i shall now attempt a review of foe reasons you offered Why i should not meddle with foe subject of volition. First you say a it is causing great excitement and agitation in the Church and Community causing division party spirit amp cd let me ask you if this is a sufficient reason for abandoning one object m a it not be for abandoning any or every object what important Enterprise was Ever carried on. That did not produce excitement just in proportion to foe importance of foe object to be accomplished did not the course pursued by Moses and Aaron produce a excite ment even cause foe task masters to increase the burdens Laid on the israelite yet what was foe course advised by the All w ise god was it p Ropos de. By so eth Era slave holders and their bettors Here in the North no the lord said a i have surely seen foe Ami Ctm of my people Mil am come Down to deliver them out of the hand of the the deliverance of foe israelite from Captivity in Babylon caused excitement cd work was great t and Justice and mercy acquired it and the Gates of hell could not prevail against it the Reform a Tion under Lefoer caused excitement and foe same objections were raised by anti reformers which Are now raised by anti yet Foo Sands they prosecuted him and made him pay damages he was Orde red to . It of ii wife and w As. Exposed to new judgments daily while he neglected it. He removed it and foe water overflowed some farms below. He again was prosecuted and Mie to pay damages. A this parable see to re for Only to temporal calamities and therefore must be sniper oct. But which was the safer course a to retain the dam and thus expose himself to judgments continually or remove it and expose himself to one judgment a to cum Chow. The r. It appears foe Man referred to Only acted when compelled by his own interest. He was not moved by Prin Cip inc or mercy to Bis fellow men Tai Etc he had no claim to mercy or even to Justice. Which was the greater injustice to deprive his neighbors above of foe use of foe if farms entirely or Subj to those below to the inconvenience of having theirs washed by a Smrdl inundation you can apply this to foe Case in hand. This objection has been used by Many of foe apologists for Sla try and As often. were by abolitionist. 1 was surprised to hear your raise it calling it an a insuperable objection a 1 had supposed that you would Vic w the subject in a different Light remembering that we Are in foe hand of that god fio says a be be merciful As your father in heaven is a blessed Are 4he merciful for they shall obtain mercy a and a in keeping his com a.Mande tote there is great imaginary consequences Are a new Standard o duty yet strange As it May Teera this Standard finds advocates among Christian minis ters. Of foe nineteenth Century. If the word of Glt were taken As Only Rule of Faith an d. Prac.,., this objection would never have been raised. This sacred Chart represents it As our duty to do justly love mercy and w Alk Hii Fol Bly before god. It and his , and we Are Quot blessed w Ifo his example. If Jim inca Tigjo i Yah stand w you by. Saying Foat of i go on As i have done foe Church will Lay hand on me. Is foe about to take cognizance of my to Itic Al Prince Plesz. If not i do not see foe Force of your argument. Fourthly you objected to abolition by , a it is contrary to foe Laws of foe if this be so Why do not foe opposes put the Laws in Force w by do. Anti abortionists find. It necessary first to tray Tuple under foot both the Law of god and Law of Mon when they atle rapt to oppose abolitionists. But suppose it were con tra by to foe Law of foe land. It was once contrary to foe Law of the land to Pray to the god of heaven Yeta Cert Ain Man wanted Daniel dared to. Disobey. Fhe lord protected him and Stoit the Mouth of Lions. A if god he form who be against us a y of spoke of the doctrine of foe apostles a that we ought to be subject to the Powers that you a it ably fog of to men Tiomi their example w Hon a towers that be contravened foe Powers that weve from above. In such cases they did not hesitate even w Hen a a when Stra it Lych arge dby foe m a,gis-trates.�?� whether it be right in the sight of god to Hearken to you More Tolian unto god judge be is their answer by inspiration Given. Your argument is opposed to the real design of scripture w o uld Leav c Man to such Laws As he leases while foe scriptures ban do nothing but Tell Hon to a be subject to the Powers that a . Arg led Liat a the seem to approve and not condemn Here let me notice that you acknowledged slavery to be a so a great sin an evil a the greatest evil m the uni states. Now do the Sci Petures approve of a a great sins How do a e now sin hut by foe Law of god How can slavery be sinful unless it be contrary to this Law a a for sin is note la Why then bring this same broken Law to advocate that which you Call sin i should like to at Beso Lutious adopted by foe Antrim anti slavery society a special meeting Jan. 16th,1838. 1. Resolved that american slavery in foe abstract and in the Concrete in p ,mid to prac Tice in All circumstances and under a pretensions is sin a Roost Iraq Den malignant and iniquity inva Aio n of the p, Tives of god and Fos Linfa of Man and equally at War with foe declaration o a Independence and our Christian institutions. 2. Resolved that the spirit of mob Cracy which has spread itself Over foe length and breadth of our beloved country like an evil Genius Calls loudly on no orderly and Good citizens to relinquish party attach tits and to act with a View to foe supremacy of foe Laws foe i inviolability of constitutional privileges and foe equal rights of All 3. Resolved that we View foe course pursuer by a Majori in of Congress in. Refusing to hear our petitions As a virtual denial of the right of petition a High t solemnly guarantied to us by foe Constitution of the United s tates. I 4. Revived that we tender our thanks to every me of, who voted against foe late gag Resolution adopted by that body and we Wouk motion with respect foe games of j. Q. Adams Slade and Swift of Vermo it and. M Orris of Ohio. 5. Resolved that foe citizens and civil authorities of Alton in winking at the deeds of blood and carnage perpetrated a Law less mob with n. Foe jurisdiction of her civil authority have justly merited for Freir hitherto far famed City a double quote trom an address of the presbyterian Synod i of hard earned infamy and Public disgrace of slave holding Kentucky As they Are not 1 Only be washed off by their deepest ried away with foe a a fanaticism of abolition so a a Quot Aras i am. But i have been too prolix and must Brief. The writers of this address though let Vermont chronicle a now under foe care of Lis Brofer and late of the a Boston recorder a is in foe editorial of foe a now. This notice May be necessary to enable your readers to know the author of some remarkable pieces in foe editorial of foe a observer a As or. Racy a name does not appear on the paper As editor. The pieces respect affairs at Alton. A the a a observer docs not say or. Lovejoy or Liis friends were guilty of foe crime of exciting a riot be does not say that Rev. Hubbard Winslow a definition of Republican Liberty a the Liberty to say and do what the prevailing voice and will of foe brotherhood will allow and protect a is a Inie definition of Republican Freedonia. But he does say in this connexion and As bearing on the Lovejoy Case a that it is not Safe to abstain from blaming foe seducer lest we be accused of apologising for the seduced a and he argues the whole Case from analogies in which foe sufferers by the Alton mob Are grog-sfersii1�il empt Bieu to drunkenness though the observer does not affirm that Lovejoy or his friends were foe instigators of riot and murder. When the a a observer says a nor can we i�?i7-infiame foe Public or any part of the pubic with rage any More than with lust or wine and be innocent a after informing us that he does Felt mean to a answer foe question directly a whether Lovejoy did right or wrong in staying and dying As he did what does he mean his readers shall understand the facts were All before him in the Alton Case Why does he not like a Man if not like a minister Wil us plainly what a a a a does old respecting Lovejoy if he believe him and Lis friends guilty of instigation of riot and murder w by does he not say so in terms it we re a thousand times More honorable though it must , proportionally less in. Keeping. Another sentiment is a it is a duty to avoid the performance of All acts which though in themselves Law by will pro Bably excite u n holy p passions in i do not mean to review his piece which Ike almost every production from the. Sime pen especially on foe subject of a Avery is As re m Ark Able for its perverse acuteness As for its malicious bearing but simply state that from personal knowledge i know that foe a a consequences of or. Tracy a editorial toils have been signally unfortunate pm exciting o ther Foan a a holy feeling hereto Ore. It is Notin my knowledge that there Ever was such a thing a As a ministered quarrel in ver Mont prior to of foe Chro Nice there but it is in my knowledge that the chronicle always under his and his brother scare was the unfortunate vehicle of a pain fid strife got up somehow. And having been his subscriber at diff Ferent times myself the Public will kno w if i err alien i state As my judgment have been More remarkable for biting satire Subtle Contention Foan for Candor o r Charity. I Trust to abolitionist will take foe paper. i of Justice and of Christiania a a. Call upon us seek the repeal of All those Laws hich in this in iving in foe midst of slavery to no to Crouch to Public of Pihion or court popular applause. Con Riton and piracy tical evidence of their deter in nation to uphold and support the supremacy of foe Laws for foe time to come. I. That foe sentiment to exp Ress cd in the latter Dause of a Resolution adopted by foe colonization society of Anil rim Ohio on foe 1st of the greek language a is no word that exactly making the martyred Lovejoy Ai corresponds with our Terra slave consequently has Iriven demons trait Access l tit or by his to own death has Given demonstrative eve this word o occurs but once in the new Les temm paralysing influence of foe principles and that is in speaking of the de Toction of baby-1 measures of the american colonization society Over foe Ion which had made a a herself Rich by her Mer in wine Oil wheal beasts and slaves and iinds of How could we expect to find the words in scripture w san fun a when foe language in we Icli it w As written has. No word of foe signification of our term of slavery. A the been asked Why do not the scriptures prohibit foe use a As a beverage of ardent spirits and direct us to form Temperance societies if foe y Sho uld be Forni de. This is similar to your query a Why did not Christ and Nis apostles forbid slavery and form anti slavery societies Why i ask Fod they not form. Biblo and. And tract societies pc. The same answer May be Given to Ali these Queri Sechrist left some going for his followers to do. To he continued minds of those who enlist form mates her Iner. John Cary. Prest. Alex. Pattison seere by. Meeting of Sandy Spring a. A a society Adams co m r. De Ito a in in r8uan,of a c All for 0 president foe Sandy Spring anti slavery society met in foe presbyterian Church on Friday foe 9th of february1838. Revel Aezer Buckingham opened foe ing with . An address was then delivered. The Resolution alluded to above passed by the colonization Sci e ty., is As. Follows resolved that in the opinion of this society moral Reform should not be propagated by coercive measures i Refo re although we can oot but regret foe death of foe Rev. P. Lovejoy yet we attribute Ibeh of the blame to foe course adopted by him m being inconsistent with foe mild and persuasive Means adopted by the apostles in of doctrines of christianity. A few or. Editor a As or. Campbell has. shown a readiness to instruct foe ignorant and has professed a laudable Zeal against Modem errors perhaps As a servant of Jesus , he May kindly resolve a few scruples of one who also professes to serve the same master. If As he says in his letter in foe philanthropist september 29th, 1837, a american slavery is cont, to foe Phila Nar Opy of tie chri.s-. Tian institution Root and Branch and contrary to foe eternal and immutable principles of gospel righteousness and go spel Benevolence and if there is reason to fear that the vials of the fiercest indignation of god from the Angels of destruction be poured out upon our nation if it do not repent and Reform and put away this manifold evil from among us a is it agreeable to the word and will of god that individuals and even whole families living in foe full practice of this system should be baptized into foe name of the father into foe name of foe son and into the name of foe holy sprit and then take the name of a reformed Chure Hes of Jesus Christ a see Luke iii. 8. 1 John iii. 8. Is forming such churches not making foe a House of god a Den of thieves m att. Xxx. 13. Is forming and count enhancing such societies not solemn trifling with eternal things. And is not a their worship an abomination in foe sight of god Isa. I. 13�?17. Gal. I. 7. Are preacher addressing such As children of god not prophesying lies in the name of foe lord Zech. Xiii. 3. Jer i. 14. P is god in Christ to ii ored or dishonoured by such assemblies rom. Ii. 23. If the Church of the Hving god is foe pillar and ground of foe truth holding up foe truth and righteousness to the surrounding world what do such societies exhibit Jer. Xxiii. 15 Luke i. 35. If the Wrath of god is revealed from heaven against All ungodliness and unrighteousness of men who hold foe i n. Unrighteousness rom i. 18, ought not such societies to expect foe divine vengeance Mai. Iii. 5, Are not p , w to Are in Stramesi tal in forming such societies deceiving perishing souls to Freir eternal ruin Jer. Xxiii. 16, 17. Are not teachers administering the lords supper to such encouraging people to eat and drink to theirs clues 1 c or. I. 29. 1 Cor. V. 8. Will such a religion be of any use in another world m att. Vii. 21, 22, 23. Are the cruelties of the inquisition actions More sinful in the sight of god than the cruelties inflicted upon coloured Pec ple by pre tended Christian protestant sects in this country at this time col. Iii. 25. Do hot foe Reform Eil baptists in one part of their Commerce agree with the Mother of harlots a. Part foal ars to so me of us highly c slaves and souls of men Rev. 18,13. Eleutheria. Ism to seek state subject a portion of our fellow in Ien to Legal d is Ahdi ties account of their color. After making some remarks respecting foe impositions Practised by foe citizens of Fok state upon free Dolored persons foe Resolution. Without opposition. An address was Foen delivered by Sam. Cock is in which he s to wed foe i , of cols sizing foe coloured race and also answered foe objections commonly raised to the plan of immediate emancipation. The following Resolution was then offered by Samuel Ross and passed by a unan Imo is vote resolved a that those who oppose emancipation except on condition that foe Blacks be Colo sized Are doing much to tie Progress of Liberty and human rights and do encourage a species of cruelty and injustice scan pay less dreadful i. A fuse a. The two following were offered byte. A new and passed that Aig rican slavery As it now exists we regard As a palpable violation of foe Laws of Jehu vah and in co with the , to holy and benevolent precepts of our merciful redeemer and it ought immediately to cease to exist and All argue used to advocate policy As a Standard of duty in preference to foe word of god ought by regarded with utter . Resold a that those who in this age of Light and knowledge attempt to vindicate from foe word of god a sys tem so sinful so oppressive i and so utterly at variance with foe spirit of the gospel As that of american slavery when they unders tand i to pernicious effects ought to he regarded As destitute of foe spirit of Christ As those who reject the whole a counsel of god a a. L. Benedict offered the following Resolution which also passed unanimously resolved a that this society re comi Riend to its auxiliaries the plan of raising funds in Aid of foe anti slavery cause by the perpetual subscription list i. E., for every member of the a. S. S. To enter his or her name in a Register provided for that. Purpose w iter a sum annexed there to be paid a quarterly until slavery he abolished. A a the Secretary then proceeded to elect officer t / for foe ensuing year which resulted in Frohow a ing Choice a Bax oxi Dicker Hax president. A Charles Neil Secretary. Milo d. Pett ibo be Cor. Sec. I Edw. Potter treasurer. Coir a cifors. Daniel c. Thurston Reuben Benedict mias Root sen., David f. Finley Thomas Hance. The meeting Foen adjourned to meet in Del. Of the second monday in february 1838, the Soci-0 to met in Del. According to a Jonm men meeting was opened As usual when an address was delivered by Sami. Cochran which w Asi % a though sleep yet Clear though gentle yet not Dull. Strong without rage without o erf lowing the following resolutions were offered by Benedict and unanimously passed resolved a that our societies i be requested to Send up to foe county meeting at least six delegates. Resolved a that in Case of foe non a attendance of delegates they be enjoined to Send up written reasons for Freir absence. That foe auxiliary societies report at our next meeting the number of members in society. Resolved a that a committee of four be appointed to investigate foe situation of foe coloured people in this county and report next Mec Tibig their number foe number of those who can read and write tie number of children of a suitable age to go to school foe amount of property owned by them their occupations and such other information As they m a think pro per. The following persons were Foen elected for the purposes mentioned in the Resolution Viz we Ream a. A Benedicts w. K Napp and , Bingham. On motion foe society employed s. Cochran to spend two weeks in visiting and the various parts of this county. Feso Ved a that foe proceedings of this meeting Toge Foer with those of the last Quarte rim get ing of the society be forwarded to foe philanthropist for publication. Charles Neil. Amp of. H t r the How York he toward Winslow had re v. B. F. Lov ploy or. copies of the a observer were Laken by the students of Lane Seminary last year. Two students Are subscribers this year one of whorl retains it chiefly on account of its interesting,�<�rresponden.. If any readers of foe Phi in month rapist take that paper it May be Well they should be reminded that or. Tracy formerly of i it Delaware co. Anti slavery society brawn. Del. Co., nov. 13, 183?, the Delaware county anti slavery society met this morning at 10 of clock a.m., at the Baptist meeting House w hich w a. Opened by prayer by foe Rev j. Eaton after which was offered by or. Jameson the following Resolution a a resolved a a that foe individual members of this society at foe opening and closing of each meet ing occupy a Short. Time in a a a % o offering to foe great supreme Freir aspirations invoking blessings on foe abolition Enterprise and rendering thanksgiving for foe Progress of Public Quot opinion and truth. The following Resolution was offered by Samue Ross Reso Vod a that the principles of rep Hcan t he attorney any one particular attorney general but foe attorney general in foe one would think Heije must get influence in this office top Roduco even in a powerful intellect a Servile temper inclined to Truckle to Power rather than to befriend the oppressed. It is a noticeable co incidence that Fosters reprint of foe Edinburgh review has ust made foe Lite Rary Public of this country familiar with foe details of the attorney generalship of Lim who is characterized by a celebrated poet As a the webs i brightest Meam to of of the three Points Here indicated our Readick will read ily fix. U Pon one at , in w hich o or Modem Trio of state Atto Raies Beardsley Linder and Austin May claim Equality with foe immortal Lacon by the Way we apprehend our Corres Lon Dent last week was out in his surmise that the whole three were aiming to make themselves governors by favouring mobs. We do not believe attorney general Austin expects to be governor. Possibly he May., however be following a precedent of earlier Date and emulating foe footsteps of that celebrated attorney general of whom foe Edinburgh says a the made himself a Servile advocate that he might become a corrupt fortunately for Massachusetts there Are no vacancies on her Bench and if there were foe appointing Power is too closely dependent on a virtuous to Cany out the precedent a Eman. 0 Law has Triu mph de in Connecticut. Two of foe rioters who assailed or. Ludlow at Meriden have been convicted by foe supreme conic at new Haven and sentenced to prison for six months. Or. Ludlow in giving his evidence read foe Sermon in court that he was preaching we assailed by the mob. Judge wait it elided at the trial with a eat . The states attorney Hon. Ralph i. Ini Erion did his duty oath Reader will recollect that several a Gen Fonay of property and Steiding were Imp Loai m fair. Whether foe net will let foe a big Fiah Cape we Ahall Aee. Particulars next week

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