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"- ' ' ; ; ! . -. . - 147. 1:7: a l'.3 supcrisr intelligence,"" csterproe api f rcspsnty cf tha North. -XT', fr. At a I rooa Poland! -The Csei by n i-rhl Uk;?;, 1 t!cttci but' the rl IV I fan tho' tcccrj, cf .na tions. It r.-i'.l t-3 rr.oro ' than the " Auto- :t'i "r.mdf j clllterata her' heroic de: 's. JJ Press. ytrrUn CfTSfrsl At ttmbly 2 ccrrctrsn-cr.t cl tns Newark Dai- anient cf ths , ly Adr-rt'.:? ? writir.-j ca 't'or.hy ere run j, iv a c:rrse (jrihpr inrrr-atioa. 1 Ths two tt?:?t!i?3 r-re proceeding quietly', v TJir.t in tba first church, (new schcaf,) hii appointci , Messrs, Bague; CkTclirJ. IHrily , and 4 Uirlin.a com raitlfce to .rr.ike a, minute rtrport, of the T5roeprdin"s ana occurrences attending jf- - - , o the c-nTccation ,of the; Jwa assemblies; and enevher cominittee hss ocen appointed to rrmre a letter to the churches.. Tho rules, hava been adopted for ths gOTcrnncnt, of, the Assembly, and -it proceeds In all rt5pcts: pit the. principle cf, being Use constitutional body.f he John- Btatchtord. . ji , the temporary clerK. An appeal . lrom, tne iviorristown church against tha decision, of j the 2d PhiliJelphia 4 Vhytery ..War referred to tha judiciary committee.;, ,? t ;, , ;Prt"Coxf of Y has proposed a let ter, f to the churches n Scotland. " The published minutes of the last Assembly were, ordered to, be re4 in full., s Tleporta from Presbyteries; har been, madff antl the reports of the Princeton Seminars, ofj the; Board,; of rlissions,--of the da cation Board,- &c.,. ;haro -boen . made: the order for , Taesday, Wcdnesdav, ' and Thursday, andjhe clerks directed to no-' tify the persons concerned., The follow- ing resolutions were adopted oh Friday il Resulted, Tht tlm reolutioa adopted by the late Grnf ral ApmLJr, diconntenancin j the operationa f the American lldme Miftiooary and Ldacatioa Bocietiea, be, and the Rama U hereby reacinded. Utioived, That tha General Aaaembly recognize with dut gratitude to Uod, the eminent naeful sex of tboe ocitica to the church and the world. . and cwruia'lj eotnmend them to the ooatisaed con lUence and patrouae p( oar churchaa. ; ; i'. The other Assembly, ()U school,) 'sit ting jn the 7trt church, Also proceeds with entire harmony;1 The rarioUs customary reports have been m ule, and a number of appeals from the disions of .lower 'judi catories presented. Mr. Breckenrklga msde .his report -from the commhteeiori benerolent 'operation on Fridays- Mr. . II. J. Breckenridge has presented a serief of resolutions of the ' oldt school conven tion, relatiftf- to: perfecting 'the reform measures, to the American board- of. for eign missions, tracts, and Sunday School books, &cV.'. , i.. , !.-.,-a t. s i a Jt - Messrs!; Breckenridge, ; Nptt, ' Cooley, C-ilbertson, D. Elliott, Mithew Preston; Dickson, Auchinclos, D.mnr.Jno. Elliott. W Maxwell, Bell, Bees, and J Chamber lain, have been constituted a committee to report a plan - for thai pacification - of. the church, so r 7 to preserve, as far, as prac ticable; its prcicnt entire organization, in all its K?or.iphical extent; i - .K-ii u At nearly as wo ran learn, the tvrO asae.nblirs, in point of number, are about equal. It ii nd tha ,whole number of dw'legitri, who prcsenled "themselves tor catj incluirng 43 from the exscinded ajnoJs, was 270. The number who had applied to tha mileage committee 'of the new school assembly as early as Monday last, is stated at 130., -About 12 members .or the an-:mbt.' residing in the vicinity, ani perhs-i a flw others, had.not applied to tno . miles je ccommittee.' The new achool ass'-? lib! must thervfore contain between 140 ani 150 members; which is probably" a rather larger number than the old schoil assembly comprise. ' , , t Tha nev school, on Saturday," adopted the following resolutions: ( ... ,; , !j ". 'JlssQheJ, That the action of th kit General a.Mm.i. Atfatnr th. Svnod cf the Western Reterre. lMc Geneva end Geneaee, to be out of m rr!.uiti-l connection of the Pibvtenan Charch In the UnAeJ SUtet of America end de!irint the SA Prebytery of Philadelphia to be diaole l ii entirely at variance with the eoo t.tut. ;i rf th Presbyterian Chorcb and there fare looprlire nJ void. ' ' ' . solar l Thit the ru! idootcd by the last AwenVy, l'r, tf !aUoa ta newly formed Preabyte rie. eTcl ilinx their commiwionera frornllheir Mi l t.;i uer i.a orpom;ion w m Aiinui j, not Uvir; Uca iuimittea to ;ia rreabyteriee. ' - .. ...Vm II.. (rv IV. PfM vl.. l aao.be; ; ciu-j - . VP'""" a a contrary tu the esu-unea an r a K. . i nnl him llir Ml l&M W UT futrAemtlv..- " ' n, tnndav afternoon.it was . r..'M TV st if.s text Generif AscraU ili it. m.t!n la the First Presbyterian Chart v " ..- - f FbiuJc'iU. f- ' . Bcctlar.i.Wtfam 7 -"v- . The Anniversary Meeting! of the Bap- t ; . . . i i . . . t m.,t. I r nt lAntrth nrartiMi Kw themselves: I nrIifd unmasked Tiolatera of law. in I aretd"" ha church S a home and w thughtTrWand proper to darkness of night, in the heart of a pay be directed to his brother. John Ke- !niFa r c p uV which ills expedient to hang a Quaker because he differed from crowded city, and for the avowed purpose ley. care of Capt Wm. B. Fox, Worces- corrt- - Y: nhVh are the General Coo- them in opinion. Such is the mo of 0f preventing the exercise of me Cfenst rentioa cf ' Vermont, the Association" of contradiction and injustice into which we lutional and invaluable right of the Jree r The Prince de Joinville, son of Lnuis New hire General Conference of run, if we do not establish a decided rule communication of thoughts and opinions." phijippe; King of ; the ; French, attended T NiVr General Association of Massachu- of conduct to be adhered to inflexibly, u it be true that if even erTor of opin- by geTeral Fnch officers, arrived in this -t., r nn-clical Consociation of Rhode whatever may be the momentary impul- ion may be tolerated while reason is left cty yesterday.-? We regret to learn that n I f''ral Association of Conttecti. ses of passion.'- ' "; free to comhat it, the practice of combau- the Prince's stay will be very short, his Uaaa. . , . . These remarn . think, apply strong- iQS supposed error with the firebrand, or timebeiner limited on account of the :ne- cut,. Ktci "j- . , . m . :n dk;UH nhia. . - nr i i . v livw . . -. ateh V.i0". ?r.l tToiaUl En. are rnsnv. who. to .'ceruia extent, iasti Pf.S.1...fc. letter, be Ibe proceeding ' u being . care for u 7 . v. r AnVbW'of A. Church erili beyond the reach of a " tu Cler-v and Churches are to ba. held .gainst the frequenters of - Pennsylvania peaceful tod ine object-lawful. , ",w; ' I dpddih usatb.-a woinan oi uuu r .... aT: . r.i- mrr.mrncinsr 'atl it.tt.tKai tr. wm miiltv of braving MTtr. T.rn.rr 1 iri lMth 1 ous character, named Hannah mown, ia tin vuy ecu r,v.j ral Street Church on lursday in Dxr.raro: '1 - f.-. 5 CI s d'; : i in..wr ni miercsu i,u-. .rxi.m wr ntturea kibhuucw i in that ttr tnr fh instruction oi i inio hduuuc ; wu r: . .' . .u .....iruv to t.-.ti-1 ; wn uni,iJ tn awaken popular I ,u m;n4 ik T.rrtof hisnroo-1 went up stairs.. A . li'-' frr-y th eircti!nitan'a -,f hem.-nt m intend that violence was 0Ttv ta tha amoant of at least 8100,000. pamed her. i In a fiJ ; re cirr.tlca to relig.:?a neither a proper nor an etlectual rene- Tno 8um nccessary for the sypport and was heard falling, g. i ."-.v .. , I 1 4 A ' 1 tK- ;ntitnt;rt; -hont ftlfi.OOO. I raised nn her- r' r- : cf t:..i v- .-.'--"w-t- I tn iv9Tt. 0r Haven me upinwu i ""-" - -,r z: : I : From the Boston Advocate. ,Ox tub Value or Vaccination at THE PR ITS E nt TXME.A query of thh . sort :i m certam newspape rs. ttnd has Srrcarc . . f hu 1 any thing or noltong maintained the high character which Dr. Vaterhbase gave it forty years ago, as be in' an effectual' and 'safe remedy against that most loathsome 'of all diseases that kateaflicted mankind, the flaunt itself not excepted! It it,bas endured a close tri al; during the longpace of forty years; let the voice oX truth utter thanks to "the Giv er of every good and perfect gift,n lor the signal blcssing. f i 1 'J:-'l . As it regards.myself.if 1 nave guarded it, and maintained it under good report, and evil report, through a pretty long life, none can wonder that I set the highest estima tion on its value; inasmuch as it has with drawn from the condition 6f : man Tone of the greatest evils :of his 1 exist nee. Al most every other morbid calamity is - les sened in its Dan srs bv a diminution of sen sibility and stupefaction of, the intellect Of ihe auflerer wherea, he who. is slowly consuming under this loathsome disease, is rotting above ground, with all his facul ties of ; reminiscence,1 and- heart-sinking apprehension pressing him gradually to death, amidst stench and corruption. 'To see a son or a daughter in such a situa Udn. or a parent, or any very dear friend, is as much as human nature' can bear without sinking into the same' deplorable state. To ask me, at this period of - its lingering sufferance of what value is vac cination, is a strange question; when put to one, and by one who has seen this rauU uphed instances of iu complete 'efficacy in shielding a human being from its -distressful operation. ! ? 1 :it-?r The piophylatic power of vaccination in securing a person from the horrors1 Of confluent small pox, is the most : valuable discovery to be found anv where on the records of medicine; at least, this - is the still fixed opinion of the firsts introducer of it into A-merica.v?t 0 iiM'';, kifl-J. j - Td sum the business up in; the fewest words, I say now, after a careful, patient, laborious, or to express it all in one word. sedulous trial, for forty years, and anex- tenstve correspondence-in every quarter of the world but the interior of Africa, I am prepared to say that I ; am - entirely convinced tbat the genuine -vaccine i mat ter, taken originally lrom that clean and useful creature, the : cow,' is a complete protection against- that most- afflictive scourge, the smalfpox. -To which 1 add that I have no reason to . believe that its protecting power is diminished by passing: through . thousands .' of ;-, people -nay, ' of millions. As we know not. wnen, now or wnence tne small pox came. , we . are equally ignorant of the original source of its blessed-remedy. i . never , pave . iuu credence to that of the' heels of the horse, although the excellent Jenner.was dispos- ed to trace it vao nigner, .; , . t r : , . BtNUMIN WATIBDOCII. Cambridge, May 23, 1838. , ' . T There is an excellent view taken of the tendency of the times to mob, in the fol- lowing from , tne . rennsyivanian : uos ton Press.' Thoughts trroM eicent iybnts. There is a bewilderinsr mist in times of public excitement; which seems to ob scare the reason of men, and for the mo--ment at least, prevents them from judging of single instances, by reference to a broad and rreneral Drinciole. Under these cir cumstances, it will be invariably found that in discussion,' while the comprehen sive view is admitted to be the just one, on ordinarv occasions.! the r individual .case j - - r t will be urced as an exception. . Thus we have no doubt that when the Convent was burnt at Mount, Benedict, it was conceded bv the pankiDators in that aflkir and by their arwloffists. that Dersecution for reli- gious opinions was wrong as a principle, but thst there were instances in whkh. it was nrooer : and at Vicksburg. when half a dozen men were illegallyj hanged, : it was of course granted mat mob muraer. wa, wronc. but Inst tnero were urnra 1 . " . - . ' . . f " - i T J i - . . .hould be ansnended. and -i:r-"7;7 'r-17rz: i" A..k( U.ui w. nrn' catalogue.1 BV UU IU I UU if U UUI IUO t , V UVIC " Even'among the Puritans of New ,Eng- land, wbo had left their homes to nna a I T . . 1 f L same error which they condemned mom- 1 here .,;".t Z ' .ress ourselves. ' I ai lu ... i, a uun " Granting all to be correct that is urged ir:. - j - mnA manner, and cf t3 citizens over 16 years of age. a . j aa nnrr : aiui. ,,. - ta-ra in regard toaraiu-."- i v.!.: -a m rtrri PTfll. D.AWU WW v a bkaut v . i . i mbeooposw .w Of c-3 hunltel mala adults, wnp uieu t-j 13 liicsaraecuesuou 10 private uou- versation TVA'u ii1 anient talue of n t V i r ."' ".T-AT "ion -ym b annihilated in three years. Pcc-t Aocttan,' tcAicA c7i t Mw' The language embloved bv Jhe editora S l7$j.tcorihanvthinr or nothing! -Hai it wonM nnn . . .t - , r country where the rights - of 1 conscience the most ruinous to social harmony and a could be enioved to the full extent, , the public order that can be conceived. li c . . nuL on nion in I cru From the Kew-York EranIirf.4 a A PaSIlTrTtAU An'ld t - mL"tll: Jpf Commerce, of Jast Tuesday; closes? a engthy -article; headed The?Ab5S ista, whid! is certainly a very remarka- atK wouia quote it for the benefit of j all tolm would know what b the character 'of the means used against tis by our opponents ; I am a little curious to know hv what arithmetical' process the worthy editors obtained this resulL' Do thiv slavery will be abolished in three yeara- ana; that, consequence,, there , will , no longer .be aoy necessity , for antislaverv Organization 1 .. If this be' lfiwr nmmnn the most 1 have to say resDectino- .itLt they are too , sanguine in their exnecu- Uons, ,, Tht monster will not die so easi y. ; A great revolutioa is to be eflected in public sentiment at the North, previous to his death ; andjitors who apologize for slavery, and for mobs and riots,p must radically change their course. A Let us not be too confident," that all this can U". done in three years; Or, do 2 the", editors' sup-; ; pose that the threats of southern men. re iterated by their satellites ; at the Nortbl will awe us into ' silence and that thus: wet shall be'.'f annihilated ?, , ,We f shall see; icu "iay caiaunaa an insiiiunon, oi , Which robbery, and adultery, and murder, shall be the principal properties, and they .j may c h ristea y divined n. Probably ; the ; editors mean, that, by the great current of popu lar seniimeni, our aocinnes will be .swept away. and lost. " So thought! the oddoq- enls of Christianity' 'when' it was intro duced into , the world.' . But. thev were disappointed. ; I believe the advocatesof slavery in mis country are doomed to as certain a uisappomiment.-. li l am not very much deceived, the sign of the times plainly indicates this. ; Virtue will final ly prevail over vice bright over wrong truth over . error and superstition. ;, Let this prediction stand by the side of the one i .uave auuueu to, ana, coming irom such a source, it is entitled to some considera tion ;) let them both be remembered; and let us fearlessly go forward in our course, relying on the Lord of Hosts. Our prin ciples will prevail ; .and the history of 1841, so far. from recording the annihila tion of them; will greatly attest their pow er and their extension, as those who are permitted to lire at that period will ack nowledge. 'J'. ! t . '.s" W. The. extent to which the ice trade has been carried' from Boston, is a striking proof of the enterpnze of New England men. ' The loiiowing letter lrom SL Liou is, Missouri; we find in an Alon, Illinois paper :isoston Press. -t i St. Luis,.Apr. 20. The Boston merchants deserve greet credit for ' their perseverance and enter prize. ' No one can deny, but thau as a community of merchants, they surpass all others in ingenuity; talent and industry in operative speculation.-o XNot content lor some years past; with monopolizing the Ice trade of Calcutta, and New .Orleans,' they have for the coming season . furnish ed a supply sufficient for our neighboring city, Vicksburg. The Steamboat Selma, is now up from N.; Orleans, and Capt Blood informs me that; he towed up-the ship Henry Tuke, with a cargo of Ice, which when loaded at Boston, was esti mated at 400 tons ; she delivered 366 tons, making a loss pf 34 tons. I am also ; in formed, that this waa the fourth ship ' that had made the . voyage from? Boston, to vicKSDurg, mis spring, wun ice, . return ing, cotton loaded. The Vicksburg . con tractors for this luxury were Jo receive 1600 tons, for which they agreed to pay 94,04)0, per cargo, or $16,000. The ship Henry .Tuke received $2700 freight round out of, which she paid, p 1200 1 to the Selma for towing consequently ; the Boston merchants receive $1500 for each cargo delivered.. , Governor Ritner of Penn in his proc tarnation on the riot offering a reward of $500r says, - . ' For the first time the ; orderly city of Philadelphia has become the theatre' of scenes heretofore only contemplated i at distance, as dangerous excesses on me pan 1 . . " t of oih.r.' - Thev have now been enacted r" .T"-. j"." - . - f ey Lin our, midst, and. assumed a form the most f m uu f .IUIU9W UU - destructive of property and domestic quiet, the-most inimical to individual rignts, ana I - . - . I . The torch oi me incenaiary of nunishin? even crime without the es - ly ublished process of law, must be the very r - cm essence oi tyranny, it is the auty oi me - -sr. .alA-a7Wl thefr constitutional rights, without resp L .u. roVii Ko. tK.if - rnJiiv r a . .a m, .ii r il. w- at i 0Mectabe or be noCagreeable to himself . I J ... or others, so long as their deportment: is i . : t:- lf a,Ir Birch, of Philadelphia, the insti 'has been HAB nilCHIGAH AUSlCDLTLIli. ro z i ie irin rr inn ri rrnw ktbt-iv in ivuriii iiiiduuic ipv. a w t it v oat v lmnrnvp inn ruim I mJL A IWfcO I1U fcS W f a-V j i. , . . . . . .r.i: ii' .Th.Mnii a I iiTtiov.-Tne Ad of their husbandry.' They 1 havelpaper published at Brunswiclc. Meaaya;! deadly ison; ixed agricultural societies, and effer I -From Oldtown alone we' have received plants of yellow- lacter u. i organiz altural societies, and oner BaRBADOEs.Th'e "New-Haven Her aldgives the following highly interesting extract of a letter from mrbadoes to a com raercial : i house in - that city, i dated i . ........ . April 30.;' f vf .3 trtT.a ,ip;a::r om ai -j i "In mv last t allnflpditnllhe nrftsnecL mat the slaves, apprentices in this island, would all be made free on the approach '"g m ui August.'" it is now reuuceuio a certainty that such' will be the casel i he' Uovernor, in a special ' communica tion to the1 House of Assembly; some time smce, recommended the measure in the most explicit' terms.? -The Executive council, on the 17th of prilrcame to an unanimous vote in favor it. and set forth their Teasons.' as nublished in a naner which I send vou herewith. Last of all.' the House of Assembly, on the 24th inst after having laboriously canvassed the the whole island to obtain possession of the": Views 'and feelings of their constitu-' ents, appointed a committee, with 'instruc tions to bring a bill for the entire emanci pation of all classes of slavery apprenti ces, on ' the 1st August, 1838. I doubt whether any measure, ever passed In this island, has given such general satisfaction as this. I speak not of the apprentices themselves, of whom there are upwards of 80,000 to be restored to their "inalien able" rights," but of merchants, planters, proprietors ; from'all classes there is a gen eral expression "of joy and congratulation." t j.u9.iew jLingiana Anti-oiavery , oon i.-..jj -: u w itiiliuii mil a vv i ru ajwi a an ii n rwm aim 11 nl -t n. -J . t. I nnTrr". J - wi. . 5 J I WA UlUWO. I P. j . m - . . I iMinpnf ?vjfh Snm or no nl TiiiThiirn .1 Vice Presidents, Samuel Fessenden, Wm. Smith, X Appleton of Maine; N. P.Rog- ers, J. A.' Richardson, Jonathan Curtis, iew nampsnire j jusun Jrarsons, jnaun-1 cey 14. tknapp ot Vermont: Timothy Merritt, Samuel Osgood, Isaac Winslow of Massachusetts; Peleg Clark and Mar tin Kobinson of R. Island; E. R. Tyler of Connecticut. Secretaries, Oliver Johnson of Rhode Island, William Bassett of Massachu setts. Resolutions of a nretty stron? charac ter were adopted in the forenoon, and in he afternoon addresses were made by Messrs. Stanton, Stewart, Dr. Osgood of Springfield and Orange Scott The latter stated that there were 2000 Methodist Clergymen, (of whom 1000 were travel ling preachers) and 50,000 members of the Methodist Church who were open Ab olitionists. The attendance appears to be about the same as last year. lie joiAJURjsui. we irarn iroraine x reucnscieDiiuc journals, iai m. muge-a- die contmues to obtain the happiest result from the application of :e ectrieitr in af- icvuoos ui iuc uervca, parucuinuy in iuai acute disease termed the doloureux. He I causes-the electric current to twissoverl the nerves by means of needles of Dlatina. placed at greater or lessar intervals. In some i instances a single application is said to have been sufficient: and, in one case of dreadful suffering, in which the patient, had long been forced, from the pain of speaking, to express his desires by writing, six applications to the nerve RKLIOioi,s Papeas iNon-prOfess-entirely removed a malady of three years INO Families. Christians can do a great duration. AtlaS. ji f K rirrrilntrntr Tflirinn na- j'amin Rathbun has at length been admit - ted to bail, and released lrom his ptotract- ed confinement. The amount of bail required, and for which bonds have been . . . . 1 i a given, is in all au.uuu dollars being 5000 dollars upon each . pending indict- ment N.Y.Spec. 0f Wisconsin has been divided by law of A man Attempted to sell a white girl as Congress, and all that part lying west of his slave, in New Orleans. The girl said the Mississippi, after the third day of July she was a slave, but suspicions of her col- next, is to constitute a separate territorial or were excited, and the man cleared out. government, similar to that of the other It was supposed tobeaswindlingconcern. territories. By and by the shades will be near enough A DEClDE1) move. Near two hundred for white people to enjoy the privilege of VQters of Hardin co. Ky. have published selling each other without fear of detec- a pedge that they will vote for no candid tion. Boston Press. ate WD0 treats at elections, or "suffers others The situation of Editor of the Christ- to do it for him, directly or indirectly. -A ian Review, vacated by the death of Pro- little more of suh nerve would soon make feasor Knowles, has been offered to Pro- election treats unfashionable, fessor Sears of Newton, but we learn it is Tbe New-York Express says, B. B. doubtful if his other duties will allow him Thatcher, author of Indian Biography, to accept it Boswn Press. now lecturing in London, stated lately that The Worcester Spy contains an adver- he had . discovered the identical press at tisement requesting information of Luke which Franklin worked when with Watts, Kv. an Irishman, who came to this on his first visit to London. It is no long- country in 1834, and is supposed to have resided in Maine or Vermont Letters 1 rlr TPtnrn to Eurooe. He wLddib w ea w k-. taken' lodgings at Brown's Hotel. Globe. " d that the MiipiMf higher than it has risen since 1828, over- mowing its ioanaa,..Ha .w.8 .1 k ... Kitfm t-'rMIW - - i. i no - laged l-DUOUC uc p Lk..MAmJ word - white" in tbat clause of theronsu- few minutes after, sheltution wnicn specmewno liau down the stairs, ana ran to her assistance head, and found that life oletelv extmct-Jimrv of Com. i L- .t; a. a m iuw a ma m. aa w mm- ' r a viihili3R iu r ifcuuiia b uv a - - I - r rom uiaiown iwu wo. :: From the MiddleviHe Journal of May 15. : . 7 Thk Chxroxees, We regret to learn viuieuce uas oeen ireaay 'coramiueu by the' Cherokees within our limits. K Dr. John BrusterV late Surveyor General - of tne oiaie, nas iauen a victim to their hos- tilityi uHi3 ferryman vas killed it is stat ed,1 a few hours previousl'at the ferry from wnence iney pruceeueu to, nis no use. His body was pierced. by four balls; e rt Cost of a Riot. It is estimated : that the cost of the late riot in Philadelphia. . Til. ! . 1 . AF AAA L " win amount to aooui s ,uuu, to do para bv the citv. We should think Haltoffeth. er probable; that those who pay taxes will fiod.it for their interest to take pretty effi cient measures for preventing such things in future. Christian Sec. -.-1 - Professor Knowles, it is stated, fell a victim to imperfect-1 vaccination. The venerable Dr. Pearce, of Brookline, Mass. mentioned in his funeral discourse on Sun day before last, as a caution against im perfect vaccination, that the professor vac ctnated himself whilst at college, and trust ed too much to the success .of the opera tion. Christian See. Slav er Ca pturid. The Pavo, ar rived at New Orleans, reports Ipoke on the 30th ult. off: the Berry-Islands, Brh ish man of war, which naq two, days pre viously captured a slaver, with 500 slaves on board, lrom the coast.of Africa.; ,. ; A preaiiuuiui iwu ccuia ucr uuuuu a - . w t oflerexl by the Legislatu on all beet sugar mam manufactured in the of Pennsylva nia has nassed a law ailowincr a reward of Coc- - . " . . J i o ui iwcuiy ccuia uii cbcu uuuuu . wm Iawcu u ' Insanity in JNfw Hampshire. -Re- turns from 14 towns in this county show ue uu,uoer U wuum mcir .umiis to oejorty. i uis, iauen as an average, will give for the whole State more than 569 insane persons. Can there be a stronger argument to show the urgent ne cessity that the philanthropic efforts now making should succeed ? Keene Sent. Fire in Albany. -About 3 o'clock A. M. on Friday morning a fire broke out in the large carriage factory of Mr. James Goold in Union-st, and in a short time consumed his buildings on Union and Division streets thence it extended to several houses in Hamilton-street. Mr. Goold's loss is heavy, estimated at $45,- 000. on which there was an insurance of $20,000. Gospel Witness The dead come to ltfe. It is stated in a Western paper, that, a daughter of Mr. Williams, near Wilmington, la., died I af tha email tAT rT TH7o fiiinnncpn In ha . . u, i k.. flnd jald in the usual manner he fri'end8 ur by her all night; but nri t. fnunmin rjnin(t ,i, : f' n1 i , , i - To drive Boos from tines. The I ravage of the yellow, striped; bug on cu cumbers and melons, may be effectually preveniea oy siremg cnarcoai uasi oyer the plants. Tnere is in ' charcoal some properties so obnoxious to these trouble- J some insects that they fly lrom it the in- j stant it is applied. pers, in families which are not pious. 1 The general intelligence, and the literary department, and tne practical morality which they present, will render them ipter- esting to those who have but little regard r 1 XT IT ior religion. n. x .juvan. a New Territory. The territory er used, but the owner has refused seventy guineas lor it as a curiosity: An Ourang Outang, recently imported into Salem. Mass., from Borneo, was sold at auction yesterday, by Jfjhri Tyler,-for one thousand dollars. A Baltimore paper says, human slcel- eton has been brought to that city irom tiK Roekv Mountains, near the head wa - m . . ters of the Mbsouri, in height eight feel nine inches, and weighing 180, pounds. Sharkev. a magistrate of Mis- ,;.Vtv; h received in the Yazoo Cir cuit Court $1500 damages foT injury done his property by a mobv in 1835, who hr I ed into his house under the impression ! that he was an accomplice in the negro insurrection. . The House of Representatives of .Con t w.tow.-- : 'r'-'i I A ' Piatt.v oiariiiKTj. Mr. R- Burnett, near Galena. 111., died a few days since, and his children were thrown.into a w r : - I convulsions, ov eauns vi Tn?bi-K like the wild parsnip, w v a-a ki " r' , All umbelliferous water blossoms, end tnost of j r.4 mnmrtlU n!. .r.mAAn Wnt nCCtlCUl Oy Vl fw.w;,,aiB. w- i a w p.. wm. , K 1 female Missronar. Societrin rumbn TOR THE la.DIK. . ' .'w"yf waio,, cociainiug yuy I members, : has rect-ntlv - forwarded to the Upper Missisnrmi Missien. & box of cloth ing valued &l e hundred, and. twenty three dollariZionJ$ Heraxdri:V vT if-. . t a-.,-. - ., t "The Whiat Crop. The newspapers from all parts of jt,he country speak of a prospect of a full wheat crop. Nine Stat a are mentioned as promising all the farmer can wish for. Zion's Herald. ' ;l . On Monda y of last week, John t Ad ams presented a petition " '-frorn Sundry inhabitants of Gothland, . Ya-" praying that he, Mr. Adams, be expejled lhe Jlousa as a nuisance. Mr. Adams r.movea its reference to the Committee on the Judi ciary, but it was laid on the table. Zt on's Herald. " y- A person named Yeager was, arrested; on a charge of.-, being concerned .in , the burning of Pennsvlvania Hall. "After an: examination, bail to the amoun(f6f $3,000 was demanded lor him, in default of which he was committed. A young man nam ed Fulton was likewise arrested1 bw the charge of riot, for whom $1000 bail was required. Penary ivantanJ "Jj The Market. Money "t Stocks , are heavy, and in general lower. - ; Cotton ia dull, and Flour is heavy at $7,75 for com mon westerii. NY.Jovr. Co. v The banks oi Detroit , resumed specie payments on the. 10th' , inst ." The : Daily Advertiser of that city, says there was no excitemeht -no rqsh on the banks, as was ailicipated.: " . ' " ' Governor Marcy has issued his procla mation offering a reward of seven hundred and fifty, dollars, for the apprehension of Rector. N.Y.Spec' :,(? u , j In more than three-fourths of the State in our Uniongeological surveys are now in progress, under direction of their ' re spective legislatures.- v-r--: yi The quantity of coal, annually produc ed in Great Britain, is estimated at 22,- 700,000 tons, of which about 15,000,000 tons are consumed for domestic purposes. The Charters of 10 Banks only; Were repealed the last session of thelVlassachu setts Legistatu re. Boston Press Fashionable. An income of a thou sand, and expenditures of two thousand. Boston Press. - The importations of gold into the JJ. States, from the 1st of January to the pres ent time, (four months and a half)) amount to '$7,939,674. A trial of the wooden pavement exper iment has been commenced in New Or- 1 ea ns. N. Y. Spec. NOTICES. The Members of the Onion River Min isterial Conference will meet at the house of Brother Huntlxt, in Jericho, on the 1 2th of June next, at 1 1 o'clock, A .M., The Brethren are expected to take part in the exercises as follows : A. Angixr, ah exposition of Matt xxvi. 37. - - - S. Fletcher, do. Hen. v. 7. 4 A. Stone, do. Her. xiv. 10. J. C. Bryant, do. Gen. iii. 24. C. Ingraham, do. Gen. ii. 7. I. Huntley, do. Rom. vii. 6. : . J. M. Beeman, an Essay on the ques tion, Is a literal, the only meaning of the Scriptures?'! L Huntley, Clerk. Jericho, 24th May. 1838. . SABBATH-SCHOOL DEPOSITORY., The Subscriber has just received, and now offers for sale, at Boston -prices, a full supply of all the publications of the.-New England Sabbath School Union," together with miscellaneous books from other Un ions. Sabbath Schools in this State can be supplied with such books as are desirable at any time, by sending to this place. ;ri Enoch T. Winter. Cavendish, May 24, 1838. " ': Notice. The: members of the Board of the Baptist Convention of Vermont wilt meet at the house of J. P. Skinner in Windsor, on the second Wednesday in June at eight o'clock, A. M. , . , . C.A. Thomas, Cor. Secretary. :. Notice. The next Quarterly Meeting of the Vt Branch of the Northern Bap. Ed Society will be held in Windsor on the second Tuesday of June, at six o'clock P. M. Members of the Board will call upon the subscriber :' '" E. Hutchinson, Secretary. WEEKLY RECEIPTS. Wm. Wiley M ci ; ftl 50 R. Loomia, J 00 John Chiproan - 200 L. Carpeater. 200 J B.Wetd . 280 N.N. Wood '288 05- I have received $10, from . Penr Village. N.Y., which shall be credited in the Telegraph, as aoon as 1 can ascertain among whom to divide the credit. , nT-n? Vv In Middlebtrry, on the I9th nit. by E..D. Bar ber, Martin Gravel of Montreal, L. C. to Elizas bath Barayr-v-'- - -f - - - :;. " ; f, - , DIED, . v- Iq Ifiddlebary, on the 24th inst, Charlotte Emma, wife of Sidney Woody, in tba 25th year fr!f n!L'ulL VL Mar 11.1838. Misa F.nn If " Clark, aged 18 yeara. 6bo riewed death with tba .mMt eomooeure. trusting aloda ia Him. who tri- urapbed OTer death and the grave. Truly, bleaa ed are tbe dead who die in tbe Lard. f-l, I stood beside her dying bedV '- ' ' f And watched tbe mation of her mind. She raised her feeble voice and aaid, . r InJeaus only, peace I find.' .,' - 'Backed with diatreaaand chilled in deaaV - p ghe called tbe thouehtleeaeinner nicn . -Beseeching, with her dying breath, ; I k , That bemightnotbelieTaalie.r - ' " .GloWto God, ahefemdy cried' . , , '-' Wbfle Jeana beckoned her awayr - ' To reign forrrer at hia wda, . -t In regions of eternal day. v . . , - . By her affectionate brother, A Cw Wmdbam, Cu Ckritiian Sec 1 - :;t lliit lh2 i died Pf drur.Vf-ncr. 7.