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THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE,
Ai this anna il document will be published
ty almost evory paper in tho country, we havo
thought beit not to occupy our column, with It
thought beit not to occupy our coluruns with It
to the neceMnry exclusion of almoit everything
lie. It presents concisely and clearly the
present ilatc of our foreign and domcstio re
lations, excepting only our "domestic lintitu
tion," which receives no word of direct attention,
for the reason, we presume, tlwl It has been so
eaftsfactorily settled by the famous compromise
measure. On the whole, we should (.ronounco
it vary clever document of its kind.
It commences with brief notice of the late
election and Mr. Webber's death refers to
the Ashing difficulties, and recommends arrange-
went, for the final settlement of the question
MrtA tr.9 ihim VAni rtrt frsilj. to-Ill. tl,A Itrilutk
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Colonic io our immediate neighborhood
quote his rainarks in regard to Cuba.
The nffiiii of Cuba formed n pi oininr nt
topic mi my Inst annual message. They
reitialn in nil uneasy condition, nml n feel
ing of aluriu nnd irritation on iIih part nf the
Cuban nollinrilii'S nppi.ns In exist. This
feeling tin interfered with the regular com
mercial intcrcouse between the United Slate
onil the Island, nnd led losoine net of which
we Imve o right to complain. Hut the. Cup
lain General of Culm is clothed with no
Kiviep to treat with foreign governments,
nor is be in nny degree under the control of
the Spanish Minister nt WnHhingtuii.
Any communication which lie may hold
with a foreign power in inl'oi inul nnd 11 mat
ter n courtesy. Anxious to pul nn end to die
incniivcuietics, (which seemed to reel on n
misconception,) I directed tin? newly appoint
ed Minister to Mexico, In visit Havana, on
iiia wny to Verii Cruz. Downs respectfully
received by llni Captain Ui'iii .Till, who con
furred with lii i ri lively on ihe recent occur
rencehut no pcrinnucut arrangement w
In the menu time, ihe refusal of the Cap
tain iener.il to nllow passenger unit the
miiil to be landed in rermin cases, fur n ten
nii which iloi'.i not fnt nicli, in the opinion
of this (Ijvciumeiil, even n good preKimip.
live ground for such n proliiliiiion, linil been
Hindu the subject of n serious remonstrance
at Madrid ; nml buvc no reiisun to doubt
Hint dun respect w ill be paid liy the Govern
liienl of Hit Catholic, Majesty to I tits rcprc
eolations which our Minister litis been
instructed to make on the subj-ct.
It is but justice lo the Oipiniu ticucri.l to
add that his conduct towards tint s, earner
employ cd lo carry the mails of the I'nilc.d
Stales lo Havana, bus, with the exception
above nllilded lo, been marked jth kindness
ml lilieruliiy, and indicate no general pur
pose of iiilerfbiing Willi thu commercial
correspondence mid inii.-i cuiime between the
Island nml this cntiuiry.
I'.iirly in the present year, official notes
were received from the Ministers of France
ml F.ngl mil, inviting lliu Government of
the United Stale to beeomu n party with
(real llriiuiii ami Franco ton tripartite Com
vrntion, in virtue of which llio three powers
almuld severally nnd collectively disclaim,
now nml lor I lie lutnre, nil intentions lo ob
tain possession of the Island of Culm, mill
should bind themselves lo discountenance
II ulemplM lo that i fli rt on the part of nny
power or individual whatever. This invita
tion bus been respectfully declined, for rcu
sons which il woiihl occupy too much space,
in this coiiiimiiiiealinii to stale in detail, hut
w hich led me lo think llint the proposed mea
sure would be ol'iliiulitliil eonstiiiiiioiiiililyjnr
politic and unavailing.! hiive,however,in rum
moil wiih several of my predecessors, direct
Mil the Ministers of Fiance, nnd England lo
lie assured thai the I'nitcd States culcrliiiu
nn design against Cuba ; but that on the
contrary, I should regard it incorporation
into the 1'iiion nt the present time ns Iruught
with serious peril.
Were this J.-duud comparatively destitute
of inhabitants, or occupied by n kindred
race, I should regard il, if voluntarily ceded
by feipiiin, ns n inosl desirable m-ipiWitiun.
Kut under existing circumstances, I should
look u mil its incorporation iuiooiir Fuioniis
a very hazardous measure. It would bring
into the Confederacy a population of n dif
ferent iinliomil stock, speaking a dilli rent
language, mid not likely to luirmoni.o w ith
the other members. It would proliahlv aflect
in a prejudicial manner, the iiulus'iial inter
ests of the sjoiilh ; nml il might revive those
conflicts of opinion U lweeu the different
sections of the coiinliy, which lately shook
tho Union lo il centre, nml which have lieeu
o happily compromised.
The Ftcsidcut expresses the hope that the
Teuhantcpco and Nicaragua questions will bo
-speedily settled, and gives a briof expose of the
object and importance ot the expedition to Jup
pan. Its object is to procure protection to our
seamen in that region, and to open and extend
our commcrco with Asia, by providing for the
supplies of steamers and other vessels.
Th following is tho cxposo given of thestuto
of the Treasury.
"The cash receipts into the Treasury for
the fiscul year ending the UOtli of Juno lust,
exclusive of trust fumls.w liere liirty-nine mil
lion seven hundred nnd eighty six dollars
lid eiglily-liine cents, mid the expenditures
lor the same pernio, iikchhi uxinusive ui
trust funds, forty-six millions seven llioitsimil
and eight hundred nml ninety-six dollars nml
twenty cents, of which nine millions linir
hundred and fifty-live thousand eight hun
dred nml fifteen dollars mid eiglity-llireo
cetiti was on account of llin principle mid
interest ol the public debt, including the Inst
instalment of the iiloinnily lo Mexico, under
the treaty of Guuihiliipe I Inlnlgo, leaving .
a. balance of f U.OTi.FIG.Q? in the Trensui,
on the first dnv of July lust. Since this lat
ter period, further purchase of the principal
Of the lilllillC Hunt nave uecn munis io nm
extent of $2,45(5,517'.), and the suiplua in
the Treasury w ill lie applied to Hint object,
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the limits, a to price, authorized liy law.
"The value of foreign nierclinudise im
ported during the fiscul yenr wn two hun
dred and seven millions two hundred mid
forty thousand and one dollursi'.'07 ,1210,10!;)
and the value of domestic production ex-
Imrled waa one hundred and liu-iy-uino mil
ions eight hundred nnd sixiy-ono thousand
nine hundred and eleven dollarsisf 1 1'd.Htil,
911;) beside seventeen million two hundred
nd four thousand and twenty-six dollurs,
( 17,204,026!) of foreign merchandise ex
ported I making the aggregate of entire ex
jiorti one hundred nnd lixty-ieven million
I sixty-fivn thousand nine hundred and thirty
even dollars, (l(i7,0(wi):i7;) exclusive
'lie ehnve there wim extxirted forty-two mil-
lion five hundred nnd seven ilxuipnuil two
!"'"',.i''mI ri',,.,.V-fiv dollars, $ M.G07,-
SM) in specie ) nnd imported I'mtn foreign
ports hvn million two hiiinheil mid rixly
two iliiiiisnml fix hundred and forty-three
An alteration of the present tariff, is rocom
mended by substituting specific duties wherever
it i practicable, and wherever this cannot bo
done, a home valuation instead of tho present
foreign one. This it is thought will prevent the
frauds now practiced. A treaty baa been con
cluded with the Seminole Indians for their re
moval from Florida. And provision is recom
mended for tho settlement of the tribes in
California and Oregon on district, expressly
appropnaica tor ineir use.
" Within the Inst yenr, P,000,000 of acre
ol In ml have lieeu drought into market, nnd
l.!,CC)0,C(;O disposed of-nf Ibis immensu
oii.iiiliiy, only 1,.V-'1.0 1 acres were sold, m il
the rest being ti.ki ii up by land warrants,
Internal improvements, swamp giants tc(.
Tho post-office roccipts have been 23 per cent.
1ps thun before the reduction, time w ill howev
er remedy this deficiency. Tho intervention
(lo.lrino reoeivc a decided condemnation, as
dnc al-o tho Jlllihustcring project. After a
brief rcfctcnco to vurious other topic the mes
sage concludes :
" In closing this, mv last nuniial rnnviiuni
' cntioii, permit me, lidlow citizens, to coogrnt-
Uinta tun on the prosperous condition of our
beloved country. Abroad, its relations with
nil liireigii powers me friendly ; its lights me
respected, nml its high place in the liuuily
of nations cheerfully recognised. Al home,
we enjoy mi aoinimt of happiness, public nml
private, w hich has probably never fallen lo
the lot of nny other people. Jlcsids iifliird
iug lo our own citizens n degree of prosperi
ty, of which on so Inrgn n scale 1 know nl
no other instance, our country is miniially
iiirordiugn refuge nnd n homo to mtiliiiinh's
tdtngcthcr wi. limit example from the Old
" Wo owe tbcfc blessings, under Heaven,
to the happy Constitution mid Government
w hich were lupienlbed lo us by our lathers,
nml which it Is our sacred duly lo transmit
in nil their integrity to our children. We must
nllwiiv consider it a gren: distinction mid
privilege lo have been chosen by the people
lo bear a part in the iidmiiiistriilioii of such
h Government. Culled by nn unexpected dis
pensation to its highest trust nt a sriiMiii of
rmhairiisiiient nnd alarm, I entered upon its
iirdiiipns duties with extreme dillidelice. I
claim only to ham discharged thetn lo the
best of mi bumble ability, with a single eye
to the public good ; nml il is W illi devout
gratitude, on retiring from office, llmt I leave
the country in a statu of peace and prosper!-
WASHINGTON CITY, Dec. 6th, 1852.
The Governor of .South Carolina, in his
nmiuiil message give a history of the at
tempt by the Itritisli Consul, to lest the
constitutionality of their law imprisoning
llrilisli subject who visit I lie slate, lie re
sents this, ns altogether nil un warrantable
interference with the pet institution. He
tells the legislature that had tli re been no
attempt to force t!iem lo relinquish tho law(
there might have been a propiiety in so mod
ifying it us to in ike every ship owner a jailor
compelling him to confine hi colored hands
on ship-board while in port. Hut a it is
their safely will mil permit its repeal, or their
dignity, its modification
In regard lo llni staple thrait of tho Stntc
lo ilistolvo the Uoioii the Gjvuruor talks as
Hut sincerely as I fuel the gratification of
siinoiiiiciiig lo you that the relate litis been
united, I must call upon you to remember lluit
oursilcty bus not yet been secured. Thu
storm which, one day or other, is destined lo
burst upon us, is slill brewing. Tho great
(eat uro of the Compromise, which induced
our sister Southern Slates lo accept it, lias
been openly violated. In one of llni North
ern Stales, the Fugitive Slave Law bus been
nullified ; and in nil the others it is but n dead
letter. A brutal murder of n slaveholder bus
been the result of no attempt to reclaim n
slave under this vaunted law.
Tho spirit of mischief is working with
fearful energy. Agitation still goes on Willi
ceaseless activity. Kvery element which can
be made lo operate on public opinion is put
in nction against our instituiions. Even that
powerful weapon, the literature ol'lliecoiiuirv,
is employed lo direct it polished but pois
oned shall against iluun. It is true that no
thing bn been dona by Congress, since vour
lust session, ngninst winch we cm complain.
Judging, however, from the elements which
nreul wink, nml from I lie history of the past,
we cannot hope that tins cessation Iroiu lios
li'e oels ngninst our institution will lie of
Amid all our prosperity, nnd the still great
rr prosperity which we would enjoy if tell
iiloue, the beurt sickens nt the conreui lation
of lluit fierce fumiiicisui which is nt work,
nml which bungs like a pall upon our future.
However strong may be my conviction n
to the propriety of mi attempt to slay the
coming storm by the separalo action of the
Stale nml however deeply I may deplore the
decision lo which our people have come up
on this subject, God forbid tbnt I should tan
into ii flame lite expiring ember of parly
strife by now receommendiug it to you.
Our destiny, fiir weal or fur woe, i connect
ed with the whole South. Further aggress
ions, which will surely come, will convince
our Southern States that the institution upon
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wiiien noi oiuy me prosperity oi lliu ooiiiii,
but Iti'ptibliciiiiisni itself depend, is no long
er safe in the I'nion. Then wo tuny hope
lliut they will rise in the majesty of their
strength and spirit, and, in rouj -lion with
im, either force our right lo In) respected in
the I'nion, or take our place us a Southern
Confederacy among die iiutious of the cr.rlh.
A New Paper.
A Prospectus is out for a pew Free Dem
ocratic paper, entitled " The Standard," to
be published in Columbus, at fft a year, or
to clubs of ten or more flfiO a year.
The commercial rule, tbnt wl.cro there iff
i . .i -I. . , r ii
a market, there will be a supply, seems fully
verified, ns regards the northern altive market,
slaveholders manage llieir card so adroit-
ly, on to keep up their mm ket at both ends
or tho I inon. Their bale, strong, and yet.
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submissive cbntlels, me elit south or sold
near lioinn, whilo iho dangerous ones who
nwny, nre lo lie cnught if possible by
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and Cast ugiirileii men, and
tnen purchased, thus milking cnpilal for
themselves, both north and south. At the
Mm Hi being reputed good anti slavery men,
nml (it the south good hlood-lmunils.
ngiun npplicaiiou is almost daily mnde to
nholitlonists, and the btimane of all classes,
to pin chase lite less vulunblo chattels, o -
men mid children, aged falliers, bereaved
mid distressed mother mid grandmothers.
Tint besides supporting the government,
which w hatever else it tnny be, is a massive
structiiio fur the support of rdiivcry, our
pockets lire continually picked fir the bene
lit of individual masters. The lute Lemmon
case in New York, present a new phase of
the trade. However little sympathy we tuny
have with those who paid the five thousand, j
mid we suppose they dont nsk any, as it was
a nice commercial transaction, we can but
feel some interest in this new method of ex
tending the traffic, among us. It gives us
clearly to understand that there will be no
want of pretexts and occasions so lung as
chattels exist. I
This being so, it may bo worthy of con -
sidcration, wlieiher we should not ndopt lIr.
Rankin's plan ns proposed in our last paper,
mid buy them nut nt wholesale. Could it
nut be made economically, an improvement
upon the present retnil triulu of men women
mid children, that so niai ka it ns a nation
al peculiarity. Certainly there is force in
one of Mr. Rankin's reasons, viz. that ns the
whole country has sustained the system for
love or gain, the trWe country should bear
the but den of its removal. Nothing surely
can be more unfair, thun that our northern
slaveholdeis should slip out and throw the
burden of the loss, if loss there be, in the
removal of the system, upon their southern
Tho Tribiiuo rebukes the New York tra
ders in culling sty lo ; hear il :
To Soutiikbm DtAi.r.ns. Your attention
is respectfully invited to Hie advantages this
market oilers lor the snlu of your Iftimmi
properly. Most other kinds of merchmicize
mid emtio may be inoie profitably disposed of
elsewhere, but lor "niggers" ibero is no
place like New Yoik. It's astonishing, the
gieenucss nl the fivw Yorkers in Ibis branch
of trade. You can gel full prices uud over,
lor women, yomigsieisnud babies llial are nt
wonh hull' price where people boy niguera
to work 'em. Oil six or eight bead, you may
ch nr ns much ns $i,0(J0. All on have lodo
is lo let your goods rim nwny mid cmch llieui
or else In ii.g them yourselves on thu
way lo Texas. lOiiher method will prove
Hiiccessful uud fetch the cash,
N. II. This mode of selling clout hurt Iho
conscience. You gim Iho pour devils their
Ireedoiu, deserve well of Heaven, nnd don't
loose a cent by il. 'I'll its is a great udvimltige.
One of the last appeals is the following.
The cases of thousands of other w ives mid
motbcis,mtike the like pressing appeal. From
one lentil the coiidilion end hardship of nil.
BALTIMORE, Nov. 21, 1852.
Hkv. I! i r ii V, Ci.ark, Kust ll iHton:
Dtnr Drulhrr. A pressing case of mercy has
induced me to tuku up in v pun to write you
on the Kabbiilb.
I wtml nid "material aiil " for iho eako
of poor oppressed humanity. Let the case,
simply nml briefly slated, make il own ap
peal. And oh! my Ilcuveuly Father, let not
thai appeal be ill vain.
My colored cook lins n brother- -a free
man mid a most worthy one loo. About a
yenr ngo be married nn excellent girl who is
ii slave, nnd be has paid her owner regularly
since bis man iuge, (f'.l per month ns an cipiiv
nleiit for her time ami services. Their little
babe is just o month old. A lew nights
since, (jeorgu went lo the owner, to ascer
tain what he would have lo pay for the child.
He was not nblu lo get n definite answer.
The next day, (last Thursday,) without nny
premonition, the wife mid child were sold to
a slave dealer. The first intimation she bud
of ii was when the buck drove up to the door
to laKo Her unit her little one uwuy.
The husband and fin her was not apprised
of what hud transpired until lie returned
homo in lliu evening mid found bis hem th
desolate; hi treasured one were gone.
Tho present owner design shipping them
on nexi Saturday, '(7lh iust.. lo u Southern
Kirt. He any 750 will redeem litem, if
pant lie lure Hint lime. About ffl.jfJ uro
A more recent despatch snys that $350
nlone lire wanting to complete the ransom.
Miss Charlotte Cushman and Grace Greenwood
have gone to Homo to spend tho winter.
Tub Whlevan, a weekly religious and lito
rary journal, Lucius C. Matlack. Editor for
more than eight years published at 0 Spruce
Street, Now Yotk, is to bo removed to tho city
of Syracuse, January 1, 1853. Thenceforward,
It will bo issued every Thursday, beginning with
January Clh, or tho first Thursday of tho new
year, at No. CO, South Salina Street. .
IU'KKEU Tuii-MfHi. Tho Whig! of Massa
chusetts have a majority on joint bullot in tho
legislature, of from tevon to ten, so that they
will elect their govornor and hunker V, S.
The New Ilampshiro legislature have elected
Charles O. Athorton of gag law notoriety, U. S.
Senator, in place of John V. Ihle.
J, ".r !l ,e '"." ft'-Iti o.li tljjo tt.n
hnnilsome donntmn rrcicvei from this source
ir Christian Tress, in the stimit paper
roiiinmiiig tin nt0 ryom pl) Comiiiiiic o ml
The 'is,"K 's of the appropriation, but In our
!" r biieincfa it wus ovci looked for tho
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AS. we nepenil upon weekly receipts for
weekly payments, the fif y dollars thus given
was a limely and valuable, aid, mid lliu re
run CPl","n r '.' K,ive 'ro (densiire be-
cniinq cvmc-iiift urcnt liln-rulitv (l fi'i'litm im
toiiiiiiissiuner n,. ..., ,?,i. i ' ' , 8 1
oninepnit ol Iho donors, iiinsuiucb ns our
rniirso does not in till respects, meet their
' r' "pprovnl. Such largeness of view is
w" l,,v J'l"'' '"! reumrk in this day of wiir-
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thank., and widi them si, 11 ,oi, ...,.;
... ' n ,Mn iiuii ii i iiipn n r llffiriV
in similur cflbris heriuller. Christian J'ms,
The net proceeds or Olo Hull's three con
certs in Cincinnati, were ncuily four thou
TltK National IXTF.t.t.liir-crrn dnnie..
"""'"niaiively, the report that the American
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the purchase of Cithn. No such oH'.t bus
been made by the present administration.
Laiwif. Pai.f. or Him Catti.k. The
Richmond F.xaiiiiuiT ol tho U lih, says, on
Wednesday Inst, a gentleman nenr Frcder
icksburch sold lo mi Alah.iu.u planter one
bundled negroes for 8 15,0(10.
fr?Thc total receipts of gold nt the Fni-
ted States Mint in November, mummied lo
$7,2(!0,000. The coinage from November
41".' I,!"! '0,5 hi in gold. The
ixi ij'in n ciu, en iiioiuiiB wei v it i ;;',).j-t.
(t7"Ail ntui-slaveiy meeting was held ill
Glasgow to redeem the family of John
Weeuis fioiu Aiuericiin hlavery.
Ten young Indies recently took the veil nt
Toronto, nt'nchilig themselves to the orders
of Si. Jo.-epli mid lliu Lady of l.orctlo.
There are in our western stales 2,000,000
Geruiuns and ilcccndaiit of Germans,
It is estimated that by the flr! of Jmu:uy
next there will he 40,000 immigrants in Califor
nia speaking the Chineso language. At tho '
commencement of this year their number was
supposed to bo about 13,000. Firly in tho
year, twenty nino vessels, coiivejing 7,537
Chinese, were reported to have sailed. On tho
27th of March, the vciscli expected soon to
sail numbered thiity onc, to convey 0,270 pas
sengers, and tho latest advices the emigration
bad not suffered any obatcmcnt. MU.'Uep.
From the Nantucket Mirror.
Hon. Charles Sumner.
iinsn er. It explains the cause of bis iinn
bere, acceptance, n result which disappointed tho
Two hundred and thirty-three legal voter
joined in nn invitation In thu Hon. Chillies
Sumner, lo visit Nantucket, that bo micbt
nddress our citizens on Iho issues iiivolvini?
in the Into National mid Slate Elections; to
w liicb be bus since returned tho following
wishes of thuso w ho tendered Iho invitation
Boston, Nov, 5th, 1852.
Gkntli mun : Owing to my absence from the
Stntc, I did not receive your favor of OA. 2,1 st,
until it was too Into to act upon it. I writo
now, that I may not seem indifferent to jour
desires, or to our great cause.
Oihcr engagements and the pursuit of health
prevented mo from taking nn active part in po
litical labors immediately after our Convention
at Lowell. And sinco the death "nf Mr. Web
ster, my predecessor in tho Senate, I hnvc felt
an additional constraint, which I doubt not you
Believe mc, gentlemen,
Boston, Nov, 5th, 1852. CHARLES SUMNER.
As Mr. Sunnier peremptorily refused to
speak, bel'oru Mr. Webster's dentil, o do
do not see how that event wns any ' addition
al constraint.' Tho excuso is fnvuluiis mid
unworthy u man who pretends to a shine of
common sense, or nny interest in the ' great
cause.' The ' great cause' will go, ns Alnu
iliui says, , to the deiimiiioii bow-wows,' un
less it bus ii belter liieiid than Mr. Sumner
has proved himscll to be during Iho lulu
cuevuss. Lowell .Imtrkan.
A Texan correspondent of the . 1'ort
O'oKrvir contributes tho following queer
"Texas has been highly favored during nil
the past season. Wu uro now in the midst
ol the most dt-lightlul fidl season wu havu
enjoyed lor many years, livery department
ol business is highly prosperous. A most
abundant crop bus been realized. Our citi
zen bnvo been blessed with unusual health.
Immigration fins commenced hs uiinual influx.
A much larger number of emigriiuis lliau
uiirmg uny previous seusou, is confidently
anticipated. Wu trust soon to see published
Governor Hell's proclamation lor Thanks
giving. "Kuvivnls of religion have, during the
past season, been experienced ul the folluiv
places in Texas : Sarissit mid Crocked, among
the C'uiiibeihuid 1'iesby terians i ul Marshall,
Methodist) Independence, Itaplisls. In each
tuse thu Sunday school appeared to piepine.
thu wny, mid to hmiisli most ol die subjects.
"Tliu ciiusu of temperance is receiving n
commeuihiblu degree of iiltciition. Tho or
der of ' Suns' is doing good. Throe of thu
leading papers in iho siulo tire udvuciiting
thu Maine Liiptor law,
"Much attention is being paid lo the sub
ject ol popular education. Seminaries ol
leuruing me being founded in most of tho
counties in the stale.
"The prospect of the suunr idnuter wn
lievet belter nt Ibis seusou ul thu vein-. The
grinding season is just commencing."
'Vnclo Tom" W having a great run In T&tit,
New Jersey Receipt for Curing Hams.
Seven pound of conrio salt, 6 lh. of brown
sugar, 2 tit. pcarl.ich, to four gallons of water,
llni together and scum, when cold pour over
tho limns. To remain in, eight weeks. Tho
l) ovo It fir one hundred pounds.
TO BE ADDRESSED BY J. W. WALKER.
Sundny, Dee. 12th Me.opotnmin,
Mond-iy, Dec. 13th Mid lh field,
Tuesday, Fice. 1 Ith Gnirctville,
Wcdnci lay, Dec. 1.5th Hiram.
Thursday, Dec. lr.th "
Friday, Dec. 17th F. linhurgb,
Saturday, Dee. 18th "
SumLiy, Dec. lDth IVint.town,
Sunday Meeting! will be held all day.
The other Meeting! at such time as tho
friends may appoint.
Receipts for The Bugle for the week ending
II. Ringer, I.(tchlW,l.
Horace Hiiencer, Hartford,
Mary K. Underwood, Ml. Vernon,
. U. H;chordson, Wr. I'nity,
John Cnruinn, Schnolerafr,
Mocs llishop, l.iueiville,
lh lr. How land, "
Isaac Lines, "
Jesse 1). lirociks,
7 l.l'U I j
l,a0.4 1. j
Treasurer's Report, From Nov. 4th to Dec. 1st.
Ilcnj unin Micl.incr,
A. M. (.'iement,
Win. Stcsdinnn, and Wife,
Surah A. Thomas,
J iseph Darker,
J. MeMII.I.AN, rwaiiircr.
A 1 1 O K
FOll F.YF.KY AMi-.iMiUN.
TO T.IAVIM. AS A'.KM I.
77i f?u6teri'4ir is now ;ik4.' 'i7 n Thir l Knitioit
of Tin: Liri:.i.yi) vbv.iaiis or
A M E 11 1 C U ,
The great Navigator after whom our country
UY C. H. l.USTl'.U, L ite U. Consul.
ii.ia'stuati;d wmi knuiuvinos.
From the Xeip York Jj'trtwl nf C.iantirr.v.
'This is a very interesting and instructive vol
ume, especially to Americiins, hi il relates to tho
discovery and early history of this continent.
Tho Flutes illustrating various points in the
history of the great Navigator, add t i the Vid
ua nf tho wnik. and still innto to its accepta
blcucjs to the common reader."
From tht Xme York CAriiti.m Obierccr. " In
this ,elcgiir.tly printed Vulume, tho compilers
havo preserved nil the information acccssihlc
respecting this eclebrrted voyager. Tho Hook
will bo a viduuhlo acquisition,"
From tin AVio York JlerorJer. "Th's is a
worthy t.ihuto lo ono of tho great nnvigntois
whoso niiiiio nod history, will ho fircvcr con
nected with the American Continent. Tho
work is well woitby of attention lis a reposito
ry of much that is valuable, bearing on the
curly History ol the . New World.
From tht A!biui Steclalor. "The subject of
this work is lullii ient of itself to ultra -t nnd
ititcicst every Amciiciin. The man who gave
nnnie to this great western continent, can never
' It is written in tbnt fliwinj and attractive
stylo which charactcris nil Mr. Lester's pro
ductions, and tuiinot fail to huvc an extensive
A nuinbci of netivo nnd intelligent men r.f
good character, are ofl'crd proliublo employment
in circulating, by subscription, tho ahovo' valu
able und interesting work, in this and adjoining
Comities, in the State of Ohio,
Tho Tciins will bo given on application to the
Subscriber, post paid.
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Coinmereial, and other Yarielies of Metalie
Fens. A full ussortment of Stationery, in
eluding the very finest fpialily of Letter nnd
Note I'aper, I'lain nnd Fancy Kuvclnpes.
Wmrnnled (iold mill Silver Speclncles.
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String. Constantly on hand u fidl nsorluient
of Toy suitable br llolliday Presents, nnd
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mention, not found elsewhere.
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oied hv the Messrs. lu. Amblers, has tin duv
npened to the public a set of Heading U inins
on the following terms, vi. : '11 o lloonis beiuj
furnished with ail cxtciisivo Mlscellnhcous 1,1
hrarv, and nUo with tho beit D.iilv, Tri-weeklv
W'ecklv, and Muuthly Ncwspupers, l'eiioilicals
sndMuga.incs nf the country, the charge to
rcgulHr reader! will bo ten cents per week, with
permission to tnko one hook Iroiu the Lilirury
ciich week, und daily uccess lo the I'eiioilica'l
Department. Iircgulur visile 1 will bu ihurgcd
two cents u visit.
The rules and regulation! will be seen more
in detail, in printed caid in tho ltonms.
GEO. V. SMITH.
Nov. 20th, 1S32.
1 II it i: O LOO U A I, C 1 1! 1 i: T.
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proprietor has also a I'litonoloiuiii Cuhiuet con
sisiiug of every popular wotk ever published
ou that suhjci't, und having thoroughly studied
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ten descriptions of character as desired. He
would invito tho attention of young persons ol
both sexes to this department. Tho charges
will bo moderate.
Rooms open at ull hnuil of tho day, and un
til nino o'clock in tho evening.
GEO. T. SMITH.
Nov. 21th, 1842.
AT THE YANKEE NOTION RTOKE,
B.iwd t. h nn P-lavcry, History of the Trial ef
P:-tner Hannnv and nlbrrs f.v Trrnnn.
! Itc ievv of the Mexican War, Woman's Kiahtt
and Duties by lllizihrth Wilon, Slsvchol Jc'
Kehcion, Alroit's Trc! by Ir. Alcott.
Widi a variety of other Anti-fclavcry and
f ulem, IKv. 11, 1S52.
Till-: YAXKKE NOTION1 .SFOliK l.:i brrn
retiiovrd to Dr. Stniitou's Fuddir, Comer of
M da iii.d Chisnut .Sr., Immedistcly West of
( lic'ni:in ft Wr'gh's Ilirdivore Store, and
ncnily oj'posite the Ihii.k.
Where the m"t It .-auiifiil and Kvtensive
Airtoiee' of FANC Y GOODS AND YAN-hl-.K
NO HONS, tl.Ht h i- ever vet been brought
to this country, can be foand nt tho lowest
Silitii, Nov. 20, 19")2.
rOJKS! BOOKS!! HOOKS lit
Jcut'lf, Troftor I IVorlliiiiflon,
VIS Brrr.Rion-tT., t i.rvLANn, a,
Woi i o invito the nttcut'mii of tho public
lo their nin' nod varied n-soiimelit nf limike
in all ilepailineiils of lileralure, wbieli they
cII't, et wholes. do or retail, ut very low
t ouatry nVrreliniilsi A. Itooksrllors
Will liiul il to llieir mlvnulago In cull on us
beliire piircbasing elsewhere. Our Stock of
Scluiol I'. ioks, Juveniles, nml Stationery, bi
large and complete, nnd we ran sell nt such
pi ices ns will make it nil object to buy of us.
I Oil AGF.NTfJ AND Fi:DI.U3
Vc have a Htn. lot ofltooks, vabnh1-, interrsf
ing and i heap, -,'.icfi will sell t';,s r iinl
pay n haudsumC lOtil- The li-ll n-i i- ,i a
p u t of ll.em :
rAi.Li:i s c i;t citii vTi n c n i : r - i
:t : ::"-
S iiiutel l.
cmiliiiiiitg tivrnty brvitttil'ul v
litiinl.i'd r i 1 1 . . 1 1 1 ! rn.'.'rnviiigs,
seven tho is ,i: ! pMges by lion.
(J indii"!i n gi'ut'eiii-iii who, ns
lc, Ii. s nii,lc his Heme n household word
in two liemispbei i J.
T'heso popidar Imnlis nre n library in them
selves. Thev embrace the most important
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Art, so Jiulieioii-ly nrrim-'eil, vm-II cntideuseil,
mid eleiii ly expressed, im to bn eipial'y pro-
liiahli! lo I i 1 1 1 1 young nnd old. rmno idea of
1 1 1 -i r pouularity m iy be formed from the diet
of llieir driving been introduced u'rendy into
over siv thousand families, nl the most re
fined, iiiicilii nt, nml j'ldicions portion of so
ciety. T'he innM dis tinrnished men in Aniericn
have given this Library llieir enthusiastic,
iipprovnl, uud Ihe press have been lav ith of
Till", lACYCLOI'F.DIA f)F FSFFFI.
AND L.N I I II I .MNIXfi KNOWI.l.htH:.
Ily W. It. Murrny, F. K. S., oclovu, Wti
p ig.-s, !FiO eii'.'rav in;is.
Till-, 1 1. LI r I'll AT LI) MIUIIOR OF TUB
WOULD; or, I'niveisal Library of Liter
nture. Ily Waln-r Percivul. Octavo, 1130
MI HIIAY'S PICTORIAL III3TOKV OF
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ItY.eomph te, 'Hid engravinirs.
COLL.M N'S I'll Al ICAL ACKICLTIRU
AND KFUAL LCONO.MY.
JO" I '.l'l ll'S, various rdiiions.
LOI!i:.0 DDU'S WOK US'.
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SAUti I'.N T'S TI'.M PF.K ANCK TALI'S, il
lustrated. This is u book which every one
interested ill Tcmpornnco should own.
CAKN I'.- S VOYAtJF. TO 1111' COST OF
AI'EICA. A capital book.
KOSSI.TII IN NI'.W I'.NI.LAND. Tbi
volume coula'uis many of the finest speech
es of ibis great unit, delivered in Ameri
ca, Ills speech, delivered on Honker Hill,
inspired ns be was by Ihe pi ice, nnd the
Ihe memory of the past, m, liune, worth
double Ihe price of Ihe book.
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ed. :i."it00t) copies sold.
COLI'.'S AM F.UICAN FIU'IT LOOK.
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A.MFIUCAN FOWL HKKF.DFK,
Willi many other books too numerous lo
Wo publish nlso the inimitublo and world
renowned r. I.K iO.U S CAKIX,
tty Mil. Harriet lU'cclnr .Voire.
The sale of Ibis wr.tk stands willmm a
parallel ill the minnls of ImiiJj ptiblishiiig.
The sabs in Ibis country, ha?, in the short
space ol' 7 mouths, reached id most L'lO.bOO
copies, or Iflli-dl O voliimi s. T'he wile ol it
in F.uglalid, i ipinls, it' nut surpasses, the halo
in this country, uud it is being tinuslalcd into
all the languages ol' thu Continent, so llmt
soon the whole of tho civabzed uud untight
cued portion of tho wotbl, will have seen
and read I'nelo Tom's Cabin.
T'he woik is published in ,'lsty les of binding
paper, $1,00 i cloth, 1,50, uud cloth gill,
In mldiiion to these, we have in press, nil
EU'UANTI.Y II.M'STRATED EDITION,
Octavo size, on new slerreotype plates, with,
about 100 beiuiiiliil illustrations, making,
an elegant gilt book for the coming holli
lays. We Imve nlso in press nn edition of Un
cle Tom, jtriiltd in (is G'trmon Language.
The price of this will bu 50 cents, in paper
We Imve also n targe assoitment of Finn-
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so, Pocliet ll.blcs from iij ccnis tu f 3,00,
with nil kinds ol hooks suited to thu F. iiner
Mechanic, Merelmiil, end the genet ul tflml-
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