OUTRAGEOUS     It is stated to us that while the 18th Pennsylvania Cavalry were lying in the vicinity of the city, and just going home some of their number caught an…

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We learn from Col. Lawrence, Commandant of the post at Goldsborough, that six negroes were killed at or near  Warsaw two  weeks ago.  ….The former owner of the  blacks left…

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Newspapers favorable to slaveholders     (Liberator,   Nov 11, 1862, pg 3) WONDERFUL DOCUMENT!   1. Judging from the tone of the Democratic press, the President’s Emancipation Proclamation is a…

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The Educational Commission.   We are sure that all our subscribers will read with lively  interest the Address to the Public which we publish in another column, in behalf of the…

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Stampede of Slaves   (Liberator, June 14, 1861, pg 3) A Harrisburg (Pa.) letter states that over one hundred fugitives from labor, from the neighborhood of Winchester, Va., arrived there…

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.How the Slaves Love Their Masters  (Liberator, June 14, 1861,pg 3) Upwards of 150 slaves have sought protection at Fortress Monroe, and been set at work by Gen. Butler.  One…

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The following resolutions were then introduced and unanimously adopted: (Liberator, June 26. 1863 pg 2)   — included these phrases:    Resolved that we will for ever honor the illustrious name…

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Statue of President Lincoln.  (Liberator, Sept 15, 1865, pg 3) It is nine feet high, and stands on a pedestal ten feet in height, making a total of nineteen feet.…

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Yesterday as Wirz was on his way from the court room to the Old Capital, a respectably dressed lady, asked the guard if that was the Andersonville butcher?  On receiving…

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SOUTHERN ESTIMATION OF COPPERHEADS. (Liberator, Sept 29, 1865, pg 3) The Albany Evening Journal reports the son of a distinquished Southern statesman, saying:    “We are loyal — the great mass…

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A negro woman, who was baptized a few Sundays ago, at Huntsville, Ala., came forth from the water shouting:  “Freed from slavery, freed from sin, bless God and Gen. Grant!”…

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It has been ascertained by the Freedmen’s Bureau, that parties from that city have recently been engaged in enticing freedmen from Washington on board a vessel bond to the newly…

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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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The Raleigh (N.C) Progress gives an estimate of the number of men enlisted in the South, and either killed or disabled during the war.   Totals– Enlistments  1, 124,000  — Dead…

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The Almighty Nigger Among the Churches. The slavery agitation, before the late rebellion, had divided most of the Protestant churches into the Church North and the Church South, and the…

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Regarding  the proposal to make soldiers of the slaves, our secesh partizans don’t know what to make of it.  We of the Northern side are trying to teach them; but…

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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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The North should immediately begin the great work of re-peopling the South. Mechanics, farmers, merchants, capitalists are wanted in every Southern State.  Before the end of the year, one million…

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Harriet Martineau writes to Senator Wilson concerning slavery, and adds:  Regarding  the proposal to make soldiers of the slaves, our secesh partizans don’t know what to make of it.  We…

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CELEBRATION OF THE  EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION.   The Proclamation will be celebrated at Tremont Temple, on MONDAY, Jan 2, 1865.   Gov.  Andrew,  Wm Lloyd Garrison, Frederick Douglass,  Rev. A. A. Miner,  Robert Morris,…

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The Lady’s Almanac for 1865   George Coolidge, 3 Milk street, Boston, has published ““The Lady’s Almanac for 1865”, which is very neatly  executed.  Besides the usual calendar pages, it contain…

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PRUDENCE OF THE NEGRO.   A  bundle of bank deposit books of the savings of Co. H, 35th Regiment U.S. Colored Troops, Lieut. H. W. Batcheller commanding, now stationed at Jacksonville,…

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The Louisville Journal Gives Up Slavery.   In a leading  editorial in reply to a correspondent who urges emancipation as the only hope and salvation of Kentucky, it frankly admits that…

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Fillmore endorsement justifies attitude of South     (Liberator, Nov 4, 1864, pg 3)   The Copperhead press are rejoicing over Millard Fillmore’s endorsement of Gen. McClellan.  Fillmore justifes revolution…

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September 23, 1864 —- Letter from Frederick Douglass Douglass writes about a letter of his recently sent to an English correspondent, and published subsequently in the Liberator.  Douglass comments on…

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– Rebel Governors in Council  (Liberator, Nov 4, 1864, pg 3) — The Richmond papers of the 24th contain the proceedings of the rebel Governors of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina,…

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The Copperhead press are rejoicing over Millard Filmore’s endorsement of Gen. McClellan.  Filmore justifies revolution in the South, in case a President were elected displeasing to the Southern people.  The…

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Rebel Governors in Council  — The Richmond papers of the 24th contain the proceedings of the rebel Governors of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, and Mississippi.  They adopted resolutions…

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Mrs. Frances Ellen Harper     This eminent anti-slavery lecturer, of long standing, delivered one of her able and eloquent addresses on “The Mission of the War”, Sunday evening, Oct. 23, 1864. …

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The McClellan papers generally follow the advice of the Richmond Enquirer, and call their opponents Abolitionists.  The word does not frighten any one now. As tweedle-dum is to tweedle-dee, so…

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Death of Chief Justice Taney      The intelligence of the decease of the historically infamous author of the Dred Scott Decision, which took place at Washington on the 12th inst., after…

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On Wednesday night one or two rowdies attacked the Rev. Highland Garnet in front of the St. Charles Hotel, where he is stopping.  He was struck and knocked down, and…

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The Freed Slaves   — The Philadelphia North American submits a carefully prepared estimate of the number of slaves thus far set free by the administration, or by the events of…

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What the Rebels Expect from the Copperheads. The editor of the British American, of Kingston, C.W., who was recently at Halifax, reports a conversation which he had there with the…

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Shocking Accident on the South Shore Railroad Last evening as the six o’clock evening train from Boston to Cohasset was going with considerable speed between West Hingham and Hingham, the…

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Raising the Price of Newspapers       The price of the Boston daily newspapers has been raised from three to five cents per copy, and to yearly subscribers a corresponding increase.  This…

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Chivalarous Sentiment in Delicate Expression.   The New York Evening Post, has drawn down upon itself the indignation of a Copperhead screamer, who is probably a southern gentleman doing business in…

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Colored Pupils in the Boston Schools.  At the late examination, Elizabeth Norton Smith of the Wells School received a Franklin Medal, and Catherine E. Snowden of the Bowdoin School  a…

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It is hardly too much to say, that the hearty and earnest endorsement of President Lincoln’s nomination by Wm. Lloyd Garrison, of the Boston Liberator, the Anti-Slavery Standard, the Tribune,…

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The President Cheered. During President Lincoln’s visit to Gen. Grant’s army:   “The noticeable feature of the ride was the passing of a brigade of negro troops.  The troops were lounging…

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