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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - December 5, 1850, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaI bushed weekly vol. My All f r f i rut if ont tar of of the n lit id in i it i till u Muir a car Linster Isy Dunber 19. 1800 inc honoured by the r it o Muir Kiml mail Ilion in behalf nil Fth i institution and the Union whole no. 642. Wincn now unit proudly upon our Cotin the Bible the Breeze rude i Over the he other As no been and we air our history have Thev Ever lilt and United voice of c it ear rom the South i lie of the tunes Are truly portentous Pic i n of pm resident a the Miny a the i Ope the or re a by to my i vol 1 Hil to attend a cause of secession and disunion a i r during the last session of the last Tutulic 11 bid on the 2m stint As i firmly believe still food la i in m the District i in Chine p Ibum 1 int in give Union new Milinn with e Tepan Tiev the f to vote on the quest in whether r n s in t hip is Orth on the Comproni ise 1 Itelo pfc i l i Sernoe ves should be freemen was detect or i lit i i uru tin Nevi Pirp .1. Ecle v i motion of my Friend. Or i i r in ill in i i unit m in nil Ting int i r tie institution and the i n in in Proem Al 0 in i r n i r oct i a clip Leopie May b co ii United and Ihnn Farewell a Hirlo our Blob de Union i am i Cansis a our Lurmin b to a Brite and Wise Man looks a Gersi Lilvin Ilist e i his h the Best Celebration of Ott. I the ques inn whether j freemen was detect i of my Friend or Brodhead of tins brute by the slender majority of on lir Twenty six votes Well a thus stood the question when the present am no Congress assembled that at first pre clan seized the appearance of u polish diet divided first stat or m a Remote and obscure place anti hurries him away he does not expose himself to the Public gaze he will never bring the unfortunate object of his rapacity before a commissioner or a judge indeed i have no recollection of having heard or read of Century but it is objected to the Law that the fugitive a Usieto into Host a ties rather thin tint of the re their part should be easily and speedily sup. Pressed yet what horrors in the mean time be perpetrated Many a Mother now re tires to rest at night under dreadful apprehensions of what May a Seal herself and her family Belore the morning self preservation is the t instinct of nature and therefore any e of Loci Ely in which the sword of Demolles is Al the time suspended Over the Heads of the people must it last become intolerable. To judge correctly of our relative duties towards the people of the South we ought to place ourselves m their position and do unto them As we would they should do unto us under similar Curcura stances this is the Golden Rule it was under its benign influence that our Constitution of Mutual Compromise and Concession was framed and by Hie same spirit alone can it be maintained do the people of the North act m this Christian spirit stigmatizing their Brethren of the South with the hardest epithets and imputing to them a High degree of moral guilt because slavery has been entailed upon them b their forefathers and this too with a knowledge that the Conse-1 quenches of these assaults must be to place in peril their personal safety and that of All they i hold most dear on Earth i repeat that tin constant agitation must be arrested by the firm i up and non of the Van he fled v t Long endure i per Bonds it can be Harmly tuition with a fun give _ the people different states for Eich other would to spa Vii that the pint of Mutual forbearance and brotherly Jove a Titch presided at ils birth p Lorms or ii eyes c Juht a Resolution of a Contention of the period of More than half a counties of Maryland assembled at Aii Navolis of 1793 was in june 1774 a the British parliament of the Biston port Bill which provided Tor opening u mib Crinnon in in Beveral counties of the province for an immediate Colu Retior for the Relief of Ftp i stressed Jiha Bianu of b to i Cru ill Dean Cpd of Tneia Manson put cuing us Stence for them 8of 1, by uie operation of the said net Lor blocks. Up their did that hip of fraternal affection which dictated Nob e Reso ution and Thich actuated e Usieto which he has so it has been under the act of 11793. And so to the present Law. A from is placed upon the very same footing under t from Jusi ice of m does a Maryland Fly into up upon proper evidence to the authorities Ohe state from which he fld then to1 Stind his trial he has no right to demand a trill by jury m 1 in Sylvania Jay More under w extra one Man committed in England or United states he is delivered i i. R of in cents or i Liitt Timpl t pm ill our Lilc Tel Tenn nil Broil to i Tun r .1 r ui4 ii i .1 i in. 1 i Ili r n i s Ini in n with Lippi Nilli Loire i j i i be Mil v ii Nee will in i in lion of my Joti Surv pros re t 111 111 ii to nit r 1 Ilin the Lenl two i t i in s r i r s it nil i t in t ii to r n in i v r u 11 or is t Irine i in re. A incs shill s to spi my i.rkims-, it h i 1 h i its i up Jav. N t in bal i urn Stith i n n i t Sunli be Irp i veil i i i inn his ins b in i or in i Imin Rice Prist rits no Paral c l to i1 t striped burning which win to i up from the eco Vic serious a hid i Wilmot be r come a i a or had stave y been Bol Ishad in Simmi the District of Columbia Nolan i a u i Specula it pos icon of a time Providence could must b Rebul d and . La of Mol of not b a my Only Jitend Public Opinio n 2 1 no Lur tue slue Law Usu trip execute i in ii in incr tin i m u spurn i Icli of ii so pm Nis i Shili offer i of inv 1, re ill is i h in or i i Mist in e Piippo e tint the to a Psi Vii he is now m tin South Iii Oppi m so1, by by the tuts or Omi Sions of hip present Congress minds of the of the Blaito Pmj stale it wins Uii Ore it jiul glorious old Coin the Katja Iowie of the hut hip Hill Ray it Light Milia to d to s in is no l Joist Iowa Omicron Potter Tsyn Stunis As the bit Upp i Niri Himml ii i South a Zulun Lay Hir ii did Oil to her Pilj and fir go and no Arthir 1 lit Wisdom Modera in Jonty of the people of the North who Are known to disapprove it of the sacrifice of our glorious Union May and probably will be at last the consequence 2 i shall proceed to present to you some views upon the subject of the touch misrepresented fugitive slave Law now evident Tom All the signs of the turns that this is Des tined to become the principal Subj i of Mma Uon Al the next session of Congress and tobit or the plice of Hie Wilmot proviso. Its total re peal or its unite rial modification will hence fur Ward be the Battle cry of the agitators of the North am what i the character of tins Law to carry into execution All Tion no firmness of her people Ca Cul lie her eminently to a and equitable Clear and Man Duterv Provis on Tion requiring that Fugi Nve slaves from service in one state to another shall be he fled without a trial by jury a this country Are Cicely the same is the Case in regard to the fugitive from labor upon satisfactory proof up without a trial by jury in i he is placed upon the very same tooting with fugitives from Justice from other slates and by treaty he is placed upon the very same fooling with fugitives from Justice irom foreign countries Simly the slave h not entitled to Superior or vile Fps Over like free White Man when ii return to hip Hunte from which he has escaped he is there to a trial by the purpose ode Elding whether he is a Freemn i Bei Ieie eve. By slave state has provision by he for Siriph a trial without expense upon who Peiu Iun r i a provision by new Loi on a Nln t without the e cons i r Hue heard to Anno noted Vel we nil n authority the fee stat. Or of i such Are Xiv. To Eon in Tum loll re i i Iii Nii in a Leicil or of in p Roll the onion Many him Are now taught to believe unit the tace of their own firesides and the vat Liboy s up Irr Tanoh Tim Itie crusade of the abolitionists gun list their Domestic peace and Security comme Cpd m 1s35 general delivered up to their masters this provision n to explicit that he who runs May read no refusal resolutions in favor which hrs cheered the hearts of every Pajni vote of me of at Wash i u possible fur a moment to believe tint the Egton nailing the Wilmot proviso itself to slave Stiles would have formed a Union with the ladle and Here i ought not to i u Jet the the free states it under it their slaves b Sun i in our in up 110 May the. Wk_.l----1. of the a in act of of revolutionary others might return to Ami renin site the their this would re rider our Tinion Impi Lible it would by the soul infuse or to const Laullon and h with irresistible in try. I am not one of those who can n ver o calculate the value of the Union Bunp hrs and ils blessings 8re me Siim Ible god w Oul that fanaticism App y in u this the grander Nind most g , i a Shch has Eier been erected to r Dom in tie lace f Etinne whilst friends of Humaria Lahert . The orld would forever of re the Irre Pinoli Exun ple i i the int ions c a step in i Prolic Toal tin. Norih Smith. And Visi from have enu Infra Tiomi which my i id r Coil Wilh horror Woulla ant itt of injuries which tie South h Ite stiff re or tvs c i t Ipi us pose in. T la of Suhr in no Iteni it a my fro i i p in Muir jul i up n t hip last or. And it 1 a ii tent and after Fie so hers eco thin nil Fiolic Popi 01 Hie i Etc i no. In i Gnjec uie me Iree plates n Unnur Pineir slaves of in ins annual Rue Sage to Cong resin great me tag held in Philadel aim of the birth ply escaping across Tho Boundary which r Flint or Lunoc fat it in kit of a. .1___ c _ i j j 31 i j Day of the lather of tin Cou in Ivor of Hie Muou d acquire All Hie rights Oliree would have been to Efler an Irre tit notation to All the slaves of the South a Jook the North the most emphatic terms the property it Cis t us r Why Bho ulu an act of Cor. Iress cast such reflection upon the judicial tribunals of a steer state As to say Shail not to the trial of the question we ther an mid Vid Uit but to allow uie in line slave i Toni by jury in the state whpre1 he is , Ito ild n 111411 Insl inces comp Petely nullify ii provi i ii of the Constitution Thetie Urc urn i fear Virv tiny in the Northern Stutts Tho pin in in conscience above the con Titbit Iii Triin who Wou a us jurors Ruscup a Tii Niue slave from wheel Irp a t Sii d ing Goj s up evict ought Sou no us my ornate at the for such crises no Var forfeit All hip innumerable of Hie Union mid the and the lovers it Simlon the in St a Tonii Ulmor it Ltd or p 111 lie a t Arfus in turn i i nil i i the s d Init then is to f pull c n by u twi n a exc n a prism Ltd for m hint period the Agit lion in the North South in been 0 Tojo i of tilt ii Atid n wary and i he receding in the soul h still continues to with a in hip but it will fam Luilly subside Sho Ilju Runion cease m the i d quiz Misier shall be delivered up to h i it i 8ueh 1 besides the tie Lay tile trouble no i Luijt it Vanir u 1 ii in i inn i the Honi Estic in t hum in till Luie its div i r Udo soul u e world to f i t to 1 in fins Itie i cps put flux ethic i up 1 c mind to i t ii Iril Ost Irp i i -4 in i nit 1 Sti i n j sat pc Lul Ivy uie _ c h if we Luv Irp Aiu of our to apr t i Neil p Opp i Uro i the Dpi n a mils of foreign i our con Lilion no Hont 1 v re to to or excl m do by i r i n i if in to if a i by i j a Roii n it of just 1 1 h a in Trio of Lite Liberty did prop Rev i i r Ovri Viii nil 1 vre h Nonio to a net of dirty one sort ill in Slit s h open a cd he up s himself to in 1 my imy any where throughout i t. Sex he Orvn pro spin y Anil hip n the to t perfect free Iiir-., p Viiu the stale 111 for i r the of the United 1" i i consent of nil to n Greiter 1 i t Ini Parr to Ilni soil our capital in by and ill 111 it p u r , with null Ihor m oath Corll bring hip Ilin r mid Horn ninja Linn i my b 1 a. The Wilmola Roviso was incr posed i hit abolition of slavery in the District of Colum in i hid been the chief Kliemt of Giti Tiomi be Guions for this purpose by thousands from men w Mien a id can Dren poured into Congress ses sum i ters Salon in i hip wished r c Imo i Tuduy Consin cution non Nannt of non enter Terezre be not Only to the shoes i his its be and the free negroes. But a Van in Iho r Hie s a gite slave he would be. The Tempe Muld he Tail to obtain a verdict this been Ragm will to the political Ruiu he would then be Persed w k so bul f of Sud a temporary sex Wincn m c pm it the Schouw fee the and the when irreparable nations Are All that a id Asres vet will curse the Compromise Cord negroes but every to the cause of constitutional emancipation Ilsel since the thus imps d upon the missle r t abolish Cost what to so u my be asked whence the necessity of fishing the present Law Why not rest upon the act of 1793 a Mijc Raul us i if la is Earl in answered. The act of 1 i to of a h 9 Loi ills Ninny of Iny Conoy or own t decision of the supreme court of the unwed from the land the Case Olingg the Commonwealth and there Are of Pennsylvania deprived these of the trate Sof the underlie Law. Liat an was the consequence1 let us take Tho state the nation Lino abolition of slavery mil7e a Ltd " e " rth distinct Tould convert n a Citadel in ii Venus t0 him Niida Tol two a Ladeho Ding slates from Thich the Mao of of fur an example there were asses a Susa a a z an 1 implied d to ? m tit j. Mia Ive Tuchy and Missouri Tho Maryland and Virginia because the whole world knows that those states Tould never have ceded u to the Union ind they imagined it Coul i Cipr be converted by Congress Mlo a Plimp for m win h their Domestic peace and be Mii Fht be Absi filed by Fana lips and a Public opinion was running strongly m that direction before the abolition excitement com a fenced especially in Virginia there a three Hundred Miles they equitable and satisfactory arrangement of the Mir it of the is a lust provi Territ Orul ques Hon Between the North and the Nimi As South but that has i for the sins of t a nation. I hone. Away i Konro Iho i has been admitted As a state into the Union with never a positive prohibition of Slavov in her Coli Lilu Devyr i queston Between the North and the Otas but that has away i Lorp it t j my be Gal Lierd t my fathers ours Verv James Buchanan to s. To j n John s Riddle John w Forney c and Robert m Lee lion and whether the mexican Law abolishing slavery be in Force or not in t be remainder of t our icon Morjal acquisitions does any Man be will Ever prevail among hip mormons in Utah or Imong the of the Snow Clad Hills and Mountain valleys of new u ,xicl.0slave Trade has been abolished m the District of Conlu Nebiu Whit then of the. Compromise practically remain for the Routh but this fugitive slave Law pissed of Nisi carry out a Clear constitutional prov Ision it exch mop fit a the Only compensation which they have re for Cei Ved for what they believe to be the Greil Tiou of oed n in a when in Lori in t port of Francisco on la to Nisi n in the abolitionists went even still agitated for the purpose of Oboh lung slavery in the forts a Senila ind Naty to Nils to Hin Stales had Cpd d to Hie Union nuclei hip Constitution Lor prot. It Toni and defence of the country Thomas Jefferson came within one vote if w in Mory serves me. Of passing the House of de Legates to the Oiler three hip i vu1s when a influential anti Grote Pirty in fat or of Gri Duil emancipation. Of the i superseded a h la o passing e ouse superseded we i Sacon re Aonie Giti Eslave Bill was passed chiefly to remedy the s defect and to substitute such officers instead of the state magistrates had been nullified under Hie Deci court Beautiful idea. Would we not give i its a r re ton Merf n roman d ill during the of Augustus How profit ble Mig Hattte hip histories of Rune Nev be wrist pin neither Luy nor f Tacitus nor Dion nor Cicero or Suei Oniu Dor Pliny nor Beai font nor Sage the Constitution Imd become to1 1v1 a la tale of fugitive slaves almost a dead Leiter it is n Ous a to tempt a journals of the Border which that metro i of nations we should then be Stile every escape of slave from their masters if they could the line their safety was almost certain they a. Moriei Isino be archly Ever in the in Gage of the con Lilu j we Mit lit find a a pts Tion delivered upon claim of the part i the Horice. Or Tiht us i in to which such service or labor May be due s Strong mail in War is be p i cd Init ill Miyo in i in Mai pm Commir Cal a i o hirer or Luc Wicins to the 1 ill Anil lir Iii in pc to 10 Hie Puican g Mem Nietin Iii Ini Ilia Elv alter the conclusion of a pics an m hmm this Ili Init up of pet he to it a to this a Flint to Congress in August 1846, and whilst Bill hip api wus pending emancipation the Ruffi arts of the Aioli hoists have very Long Post urn d the Day of in Ilsup Stales throughout the rain growl slave Cai isei in operation which must before Many no the supreme court and Onder excitement produced by the agitation proviso passed Laws imposing Job execution of the provisions of the Constitution for the restoration of fugitive shoes i am sorry very sorry to state that 13 no Orr this number by our act of 3j March 1817. Even the of our pub lie Juls is denied for the Safe custody of hip 01.1 the free negro the avowed objects of their Moi noun nor of in i in p of for naturally the Kip Northern people Irp Tho t Imil Nal and profit h o her which is one Gonna of our Union s Lutc tinier and Corr Mon pro Prony of the present _ of Hie future Mutt m c liner Letuli d up Lovo and Devo Trimn to that ,3 now i o r from the at n t nuo idiom the at "7 Iran t at Lluc Hoslo not rather hed visit her i acquire any territory irom Mexico and m Point regard Una Ruixin , and a. Int i Anil until eighteen months thereafter. Besides his proviso by defeating the appropriation was calculated though i cannot believe it was m tended to prolong the War the Wilmot proviso until near the Termini lion of the last session of Congress Defeated attempt to form territorial governments for our mexican acquisitions had such govern ments been established at the proper time Cali fornia would have changed her territorial into fluent Al meeting As they value the Union of these states the greatest political Ever conferred by a Bountiful Providence upon Man Asther value the Well being of the slave and free negro As they value even tha cause of regular and constitutional emancipation to exert All their energies to put Down the Long continued agitation in the Nonh Claver m the South. Is it unreasonable that the South should make this demand i the a nation his 0. I Iuliu mis Uei Nana j he an nation his a pc tap government and would have come into such a height that the Southern people tin Union. No nil Nril v by n inn i an Lora re .1___ tin Union As naturally of a Young Man enters upon ins civil rights at the nge of Twenty feel their personal Security to be involved it has filled the minds of the slaves with a up a into me Tinnius in me a up producing scarcely a Ripple upon the surface of notlnn3 of emancipate and m the language of Cru general Jackson threatens to stimulate fhe n t conf v8 to in3urrec" All the horrors Ofa from it h placed Tho two of the Ger Vila War although any Auch attempt on kidnapping and thai it does not provide n trial by jury for the fugitive m Tho state to which he 1ms the very same reasons May be urged1, with equal Force against the act of 1793 and yet it Exi Ted for More thin halt a Century without encountering any such objections in regard. To Kidnap pm of the agitator Are altogether groundless the Law requires that the fugitive shall be Tak n before the judge or commissioner the master must l Here prove to the satisfaction of the Maui strap identity of the fugitive that he la tiie Mas Ler s properly and has pie aped from disservice View i Ash would a kidnapper Ever under take n task would he born Witny Hsiaw to commit and expose Hirn Selto detection before the judge or communion or and in pro sence of the Argus eyes of a non slave holding Community Whoso will always he in pursued them was insulted assaulted and imprisoned and few men could a found bold enough to incur Fie Hazard of such a dangerous Unvert Kimg in has manner the South Ern people were annually deprived of their pro Perly Guira Elped to them by the Constitution to the amount of Hund rails of thoth Linda of it d Imp fro n press under t in Shidow of the Cupito o a my fru Iid said a Dor Tor g a to an Irish in int be we must All dip once arc its that replied put if i a did dip half a dozen times i d not Cire in Penn Abreut this do know hmm is d the proprietor of a to a Stem coun Tryr Rutan for Turk Caid the Boj Upkin scratching in head. I was q n to Down to that s i of his Hnyp open nor into most ence it will in Romnie the Dhul Uinn of hip Sliver by Nab Law heir to upon up who res a options imposed m u in Fence Sucu the on n genre Mentor hip pro ent Troub is and will restore the Nai unil con Linn be b v Progress or of Pinang ipalion to Tench m i be nested by the violence of the Abo j among the pros rfcs As blk St-4pfri
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