Contents of a Secesh Journal.     Nigger, nigger, more nigger, big nigger, little nigger, abolition, John Brown, Stonewall Jackson’s grave, nigger, black nigger, yaller nigger; C-o-n-s-t-i-t-u-t-i-o-n; peace on any terms; emancipation,…

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WHO ARE ABOLITIONISTS? The St. Paul Press, for political effect, or some other foolish purpose, the editor of that paper says:  — “The Republican party is, in fact, the only…

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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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A correspondent calls attention to the fact that a great many boarding-houses in this city are kept by rank secessionists.   This is true.  There are hundreds of such houses, most…

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Sufferings of Contrabands.  A Vicksburg (Miss.) correspondent of the Tribune, under date of March 4, writes:    Some 2000 slaves of all ages and colors reached here yesterday.  It was one…

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Cruelty to a Slave In Richmond.  It will be seen by the following that slavery is not dead yet, though some of the victims are almost:……..During the session of the…

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Died,in Brighton, March 5, Mr. John Telemachus Hilton, aged 62 Born in Pennsylvania, he, when a young man, came to the Eastern States, and became a protégé of the Reverend…

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THE FUGITIVE SLAVE  LAW   Washington,  Feb 29.Senator Sumner’s report made, to-day, from the Select Committee on Freedmen, discusses the relation between slavery and the fugitive slave acts, which it says…

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The Gloucester Fire.   The fire at Gloucester, on Thursday of last week, proves to have been even more disastrous than at first supposed. While the storm of wind was howling…

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THE PROBLEM SOLVED  !   An intensely interesting work, arguing the inevitable and the only just solution of the relations of the White and Negro races of this continent.  It be…

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Our colored soldiers of the 54th and 55th will not accept the additional pay offered them by Massachusetts.  They say, and they say correctly, that they are soldiers of the…

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A GENERAL  EMANCIPATIION ACT  — Wm. Wells Brown will address the people on the above subject, as follow:   Northfield, Mass.  Friday, Dec. 11  — Bernardston, Mass.  Saturday,Dec. 12 —  Leyden,…

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HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN  60 Pleasant Street. The experiment of a Special Hospital for Lying-In Patients and the Diseases of Women has now been under trial in Boston, for…

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The Anglo-African says that Mrs. Abraham Lincoln has presented the Contraband Relief Association of Washington the generous contribution of two hundred dollars for the relief of the suffering freedmen in…

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Advices from Cuba state that there is serious alarm on many plantations on the Island, lest the slaves should break out in open insurrection, their conduct in many places being…

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Rev. Henry Ward Beecher delivered his lecture on America, at the Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, on the 16th inst.  He had a densely crowded audience, and on the whole was enthusiastically…

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ONE MILLION SIGNATURES !  Circulate the Petition ! The Loyal Women of the Republic, through their National Association, resolved in May last to attempt to procure a MILLION signatures of…

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THE HUTCHINSON FAMILY    “Reorganized, reconstructed, and augmented”  by the union of the “House of John” and “Tribe of Asa” – will continue their series of spirit-stirring Concerts in the Cause…

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Gov. Andrew, of Massachusetts, while on his way to Fryeburg, and near Conway, N. H., had an opportunity of taking the lead in an extemporized fire department.  A correspondent of…

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Anti-Slavery Newspapers in the South.    Anti-slavery newspapers are now published in Middle Tennessee, South Carolina, and Louisiana.  Another is to be immediately started in Mississippi.   Mr. Montgomery, who, for months…

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A TRIBUTE TO THE LATE COL. SHAW       Beaufort,  S.C., July 27, 1863 To the colored soldiers and freedmen in this Department:     It is fitting that you should pay a last…

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Discovery of A Lot of Secreted Bullets.     This morning, a 7 o’clock, a colored man saw a white man lurking around City Wharf, North Charles street, in a suspicious manner,…

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Buffalo, N.Y.,  July 6    There was a difficulty between the Irish stevedores and negroes this afternoon, in consequence of the former trying to prevent the negroes from unloading the propellers. …

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Independence Day in Boston.    The eighty-seven anniversary of American Independence  was celebrated in this city, on Saturday last, by the ringing of bells, the firing of national salutes, balloon ascensions,…

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Anti-slavery Sentiment in Nashville.     The Nashville Union says the growth of the Union Club in that city has been greatly increased since the adoption of the celebrated anti-slavery declaration. Previous…

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A RETURNED FUGITIVE SLAVE AGAIN FREE.   Thomas Sims, who was returned from Boston in 1851 to his master in Georgia, under the Fugitive Slave Law, arrived in Boston on Thursday…

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Ladies seeking a flag  for the 54th We are informed that a circle of young ladies are exerting themselves to procure a suitable flag for the Massachusetts  54th (colored) regiment.…

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COLORED REFUGEES IN OUR CAMPS    The following letter is from a very worthy, intelligent woman, who was herself a slave during twenty-five years, and who is now manifesting  sympathy with…

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Feeling Toward Negro troops     I am happy to say that the feeling toward these colored regiments, throughout the army, is undergoing the most rapid and extraordinary changes.  Soldiers – that…

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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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Recruiting for the 54th Regiment.    William Wells Brown, Dr. Smith, and Charles Lenox Remond, all colored, have been appointed recruiting agents for this regiment.  The camp was opened at Readville…

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The Virginia rebels have invented a diabolical instrument to cripple the horses of our cavalry.  It is constructed of four pieces of rod iron, sharpened less than a quarter of…

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Port Royal, S.C., Feb 3d    The first South Carolina  negro regiment arrived here yesterday from an expedition sixty miles up the St. Mary’s River., GA., to the town of Woodstock,…

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Colored American Patriots   We understand that Mr. William C. Nell is preparing for press a second edition (revised and enlarged) of his valuable historical work, entitled “Colored American Patriots”, in…

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Farewell to Rev. J. Sella Martin.  The Joy Street Church and Society tendered a public farewell on Monday evening to their pastor, Rev. J. Sella Martin, who left for England…

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Garrison on the 13th Amendment LAUS DEO! HALLELUJAH ! February 3, 1865, The Liberator “It is with devout thanksgiving to God, and emotions of joy which no language can express,…

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What is said of the Proclamation Abroad.    The Consul-General of Frankfort-on-the-Maine, in Germany, writes to a gentleman of New York city:  “The Emancipation Proclamation gives every general satisfaction. It has…

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Serious Accident.   Yesterday forenoon, as Rev. L. A. Grimes, Pastor of the Twelfth Baptist Church, was passing from Howard to Hanover street, he was knocked down and run over by…

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A Contemptible Piece of Business     The residence of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, No. 82 Columbia street, was some nights since besmeared with a black, oily substance, and the front, of…

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Cotton Substitutes.  Mr. Stephen M. Allen, who published a work on Fibrilin, some two years ago, has experimented on many things as substitutes for cotton. He is now working flax…

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It is remarkable that a settlement of Quakers near Mount Vernon has remained unmolested during the entire war, though alternately included within National and Rebel lines.  Their semi-weekly meetings have…

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A gentleman from Harper’s Ferry states that on the top of a pillar of one the churches, which was much  battered in the Antietam fight, some one had written in…

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