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POETRY. Ol WULUIC ftTTT-T- ftTTT-T- ftTTT-T- ftTTT-T- EUkVEUVS OUUSS '" ' MOVE ? ' ' - r ; 01 when shall Slavery's cam removs, . . . And Freedom's songs be sung , ..,vr .. And the broad banner that ws love, ' Be o'er ths captive thrown r ; When shaft tha poor slave-mother slave-mother slave-mother fold : Iler Infant to her breast ? . . Nor white men, for the lore of gold, . ., ..- ..- Ita lumbers dare molest 1 . Bend, rend the ohaina that cling to nut -t -t To Afries exiled aona; ' O, realm, beloved, in mercy haste, ... To save the ruined ones ! - Then, native land, tby light shall be . ' As evening's silver sUr ; . . And million ahall thy glory see, . ' And hail thee from afar ! HE- HE- UNCLE TOWS OHAVE. the boundaries of the plantation, George '

Clipped from The Liberator12 May 1854, FriPage 4

The Liberator (Boston, Massachusetts)12 May 1854, FriPage 4
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