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Stampede of Slaves  — New Creek, Va., Oct. 14  Six slaves from near Romney came into camp to-day.  They were pursued until within six miles of our camp by the…

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THE EDITOR’S PROGRESS REPORTED During Mr. Garrison’s absence, those of his friends who do not take the Standard will be glad to see the following incident of his visit to…

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Washington is to be illuminated on Saturday night.  The day being the historic 22nd of February, President Lincoln has issued a proclamation, recommending to the people of the United States…

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Why the Rebels Appointed a Fast Day.    In Jeff Davis’s proclamation appointing a day of fasting, humiliation and prayer, he assigns this curious reason, among others:   — “The termination of…

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THE CALL UPON MASSACHUSETTS FOR MORE TROOPS Gov. Andrew’s Reply to the War Department.   – The New York Tribune, of Friday last, prints the following letter from Gov. Andrew, of…

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From Texas – Rumored Plan to Restore The Sate to the Union – New York, June 7th.   The Tribune editorially says:  “We learn through a private channel, in which we…

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Nearly all the Governors of the loyal States, having subscribed their names, officially, to a letter to the President of the United States, urging an immediate and extensive augmentation of…

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An English Estimate of Wendell Phillips  — “An English Traveller” writes from Boston to the London Spectator: —   “The real pillar of the abolitionist party is Wendell Phillips.  Gifted with…

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The following is an extract of a late speech delivered at Newport, R.I., by Senator Hale, of New Hampshire, upon the war:  —  “I don’t know what to think of…

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Meeting of the Loyal Governors.   Governor Andrew arrived in New York yesterday morning, on his way to attend a meeting of the Governors of all the loyal States, at Altona,…

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The contrabands at Cairo, Ill., number from 800 to 1000, and are in most miserable condition, suffering intensely for want of necessary clothing and bedding.  Two are reported by the…

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Garrison on the Emancipation Proclamation January 9, 1863 , The Liberator   “…however effectual may be the President’s Emancipation Proclamation in breaking the chains of the bondmen in such rebellious sections…

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Massachusetts and the War – Statistics at the Adjutant General’s office show that Massachusetts has contributed for the war 58,214 three-years men, which with the three months and nine months…

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FIRST CATHOLIC CONGREGATION OF BOSTON    1. This church is designed to be a school of Biblical and Moral Science, and to adopt systematic and thorough courses of instruction in the…

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A Massachusetts  Black Regiment.   The proposed colored Massachusetts regiment, will be numbered the 54th, and will go into camp at Worcester.  Captain N. P. Hallowell, of the Mass. 20th, and…

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V Meeting in Aid of the Fifty-Fourth Regiment Mass.Vols.     A meeting in aid of the Fifty-fourth Regioment, Col. Shaw, was held at a private home on Tuesday, March 3. In…

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The Colored Regiment at Readville.  The Regiment now numbers nearly three hundred men, and recruits come at the rate of about ten a day. Thus far only ten line officers…

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Readings From the Poets.     Under this title, Madame Louise de Mortie gave, in Mechanics’ Hall, last evening, an entertainment far surpassing in excellence any similar one ever given here.  She…

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PETITION FOR AN AMBULANCE SYSTEM, Boston, October, 1863 The undersigned , feeling a common interest in the safety and comfort of those known and unknown to them, who are engaged…

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BENJAMIN LUNDY  (From Greeley’s History of the Rebellion) Benjamin Lundy deserves the high honor of ranking as the pioneer of direct and distinctive anti-slavery in America…….   In the year 1815,…

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LLOYD GARRISON SCHOOLS     —-  COLORED Mr. Garrison is told by the Principal of one that they have recently opened eight schools for colored students  in New Orleans    “We are proud…

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Garrison at Charleston           April  A correspondent of the New York Tribune has some paragraphs about the visit to Fort Sumter. It includes a presentation made to Garrison…

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There are in Washington nine colored day schools, whose teachers are supported by tuition fees.  There are also twenty five free schools, supported by Northern philanthropy, and eight free morning…

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FREEDMEN COMING NORTH    (Liberator, Aug 25, 1865, pg 3)  -The telegraph reports the arrival at New York of a party of colored people from the South, en route from Rhode…

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