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[[This page is a collage of newspaper headline clippings, many of which continue onto next page (not shown)]] [[clipping 1]] FREEDOM'S JOURNAL - RIGHTEOUSNESS EXALTETH A NATION." YORK, FRIDAY, MARCH 16 [[most text is obscured except for following]] [[?]]we shall consider [[?]]duty to recommend to our young [[?]]authors as will not only enlarge [[?]]useful knowledge, but such as [[?]] to stimulate them to higher at- [[?]] [[black and white photo of a woman]] [[clipping 2]] PLEASE TO READ AND CIRCULATE $1.50 Per Annum-$1 in advance. Advertisements conspicuously [[?]] WEEKLY ADVOC- ESTABLISHED FOR, AND DEVOTED TO THE MORAL, MENTAL, AND POLITICAL IMPROVE- MENT OF THE PEOPLE OF COLOR New York, Saturday, January 7, 1837 -ed graves, the good we have done . Future generations will partake -ely of the fruits of the tree planted - rise up and call us blessed, and and addition t othem, should be well convinced that the wants of the community are such as demand it. Every class of citizens requires a Paper a- dapted to themselves; and which paper should contain new and interesting information-not speculative and useless trash. The thirst for KNOWLEDGE- THE NATIONAL ERA. G. BAILEY, JUN., EDITOR; AMOS A. PHELPS AND JOHN G. WHITTIER, CORRESPONDING EDITORS WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1847 THE NEW YORK GLOBE NEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1884 Richmond Planet. VOL. II. RICHMOND VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, FE- NO. 10 The Weekly L- TERMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM. "REPUBLICAN AT ALL TIMES, AND UNDER- THE ADVOCATE OF THE R- VOLUME 10. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, SATURDA- THE ELEVATOR A Weekly Journal of Progress. "EQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW." Vol. 1. San Francisco, California, Friday, October 13, 1865. No. 28. THE COLORED AMERICAN. BY JOHN T. SHUFTEN. Augusta, Ga., Saturday, December 30, 1865. VOL. I.-NO. 3. COLORED AMERICAN. AUGUSTA, CA., DECEMBRE 30, 1865- - We give below a message from President Johnson on matters connected with our race. We commend it to the atten- HARD TO PLEASE The New York Daily News writes, "The working classes of the South are - - this section - re of negro - of the two - a form more - aborer than - North. The - the South - the mark- - what in, as - _____ among -ven who are - have been - st times, by - do, the mali- - re will not - rk so much - r, that the - pressure of MISCELLAN- A REMARKABLE P- Twenty years ago, Mr- wellington Boath was invite- by an American family of -nions at the South, to travel slave States and see for he tumi condition. Her rhym this singular prophecy: You tell me of a bright la sea, But, ah ! can you call it t- free ? Where the image of God, for a handful of gold, Like a beast of the field in the market is sold- Where the child from the mother's fond bosom is torn, Where the father is chained, leaving or- phans forlorn, Where the maiden is bartered there were three or four persons- to break into the house; and she believed they were robbers, who had come there for the purpose of trying to rob her of her money. The stranger arose, seized his pistol, and told her to go down - New Orlea 21 Conti Street. Published Dail FIRST YEAR. NEW ORLEANS, TUE THE PENNSYLVANIA FREEMAN. NEW SERIES - VOL IV. PHILADELPHIA, MARCH 26, 1867. [No. 13 NEW -I.-NO. 1.] WASHINGTON, C.D., THURSDAY, JANUARY 12
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