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TELEG llAPIL I G Th Editor of the Vermont Chroni: civ oa xaacuesiea s want t nota we mag- j.i-ri; M:J. DAY, JULY H.1S33. naninaity and the honesty to lay before his .Jtae-z ' - n readers the correction which 1 cave, two wtuJl& JapiM Uoa o lh.AU-SUTrr .DliUon.- f.- 1S " T! ?S" Th.-pcblie wiU heriifot know whit ei Cf cea uootibj r ' IfiJenea to in etat ' Fourteen of Uiose imprisoned at Moat-among b abstracts nothing frotnt the natural antipa- .. .... . ... in.;nn,-deliffhtfalanUynd love,-, Enfield is now thy arising between aborigines and intrud- reaJ. implicated ro the late revolutionary ,llo.uv . a fl M .-1 in?:n fkut: in , and, under ipe cnarge aiga l gonth-Hadlev. Hatfield, cases, neither Daily -look ta any possible statement of the .rj-ls7acanyK". Chronicle, while it U irif inz rent to it, , Acrmos At WBrrwa-EroUier otuv j,,, .Anti-Slavery. The von baptized 7 more Us Lord's -W.1 following paragraph, from the Emaaoipator S3 u all by ta?t;a, fif eonfifm$ my ttr(mg. est position! against the Chronicle. The emphasizing is given just as I find it : " UTbX CONSTITUTION AKD DtCLAJUTlOK. Seeing these documents have become mat ters of discussion, we hare thought it best to publish them at full length on our last page. The Constitution oi the Society, as first adopted, is sufficient to abolish slavery. Those who wish to gain other ends may wish to alter it. The Declaration will re main, among the archives of history, as one of the noblest documents of the age. Some of our opponents hare falsely inti mated that the Society "threw it overboard" at the late meeting. Nothing could be further from the truth. Not a word was ottered to its disparagement, but all wished it to remain just as it was." The Editor of the Emancipator is anoth er who knows whereof he affirms in rela tion to this matter, as he too was present at the discussion of the resolution. More than thSa. h mi ona wha mrtvf atrfinrinIv Vamas the use L feU Lpoeri Petc doctrin0 aod WM lh. tut whtcr-3 also have been added to the search ty Utter. ., 1 - , ., L -The ftowbrf b copy of On memerUl to the . iUgUlatort of YennoBt. adopted at tfca Tempexaiiee wctlot tb4dk Uataaf, tar cixcolatkm bthk Sowa. Ills puUUWtoCAll tU attention the C aCUUB Vf bM uw 1 " tia te coenaeaea the work. .' Let tho who like A form, copy It; and those who prefer a different fro. draft oaet mod Uttoaie fomofaBMinorialbe jn bna!Ute cireolatfoa h eaeh towa and be la tMtllaeM tobpUee4 la tfce haadaef the ecrerU rtpreteouUtea before they aaeemble fat the next 7a (At jftmoraiitlhi Senate and House of Etprtstxtatiti of the State of Ver- Ths undersigned,' eitizena of the town ol E.&s&ia, la the County of EatUnd, respect- sally rrprtstut that, as dxisis, is now known and acknowledged n W a MAmAni -: fnnntaiA' of tut -, .S . 4 MV. MWW W " ' terncis and woe to families, clothing hus- lzzl$ and fathers with shame, degradation aad brutality, and wlvte, mothers and chil dren wiih rags, wretchedneu and itarva tioa 11Ib2 the land with widows and Tu Barnsa . West Ikou Aitbehtice mr. The Editor of the Emancipator has collected and imblished some filtv Dara- movements. graphs, from various Jamaica papery show, treason, have recently, been discharged on Sunderland, Williamsburg, and somebth- result but the conquest:5 extermination ing the sentiments and the prospects in rer accountth papers saycf their being er places have been greatly blessed. It of the other. ' iWr:M, v was stated at a receui Associauon, luai in aVV;i .f. th in-nowder and rum recent revivals .mere naa oeen more man gard to the apprenticeship and emancipation, J under age. in' that and the other British Islands. Be low are several of these paragraphs : 'For our own "parts, we have never entertained any other opinion than this, that the Apprenticeship, as the ofispring oi out very, is an outnce against uoa, ana an outrageous and iniquitous violation ol the natural and jnst rignts of man. Shall it, then, continue or not? We say, that it As to these colonies being or becoming the nuclei of Scientific ""and "Ch ristian A.usuai,-a:s -"VlUie en Aitiiir4 conversions in the coun- operation' in the land of darkness; for celebrations of the 4th, accunu already be- Vfipeen hundrea conve m co if answer, that thev a fiol no gin to come iU of " accidenU' such as broken arms, broken legs, ana instant deaths. Eight of the leading Patriots imprisoned at Montreal, have recently been banished to Bermuda. Some fifteen others are hanish- ought not to exist another day, not a sin- J ed from the Province of Lower Canada. gle moment. Of course, every one is not fPV I ST.- 1 a a vt a . Ans k m A mm a. a J a nwi- Kevival IM bOijTBJiEi.D.-Twe are . natire town , tbe coast: and in informed, that there Jn.qu,t an ; them science would inspire lest respect, teresting revival in Southfield, Oakland and wouU meet with more hindrace county, tne pas; winier, uuu i s than " amonir the natives or in the slave fruits of it about thirty nave unitea witu factor;eS l the Presbyterian churcn. it is said to nave commenced under tne moors oi a young man who was engaged in teaching of . the same opinion as ourselves, and we do not expect we shall convert our oppo nents to our own way of thinking; but this we assure them, and we care not whether they like or dislike it, that the Apprenticeship must and trill cease on the first day of August next! Are we asked now ,we come to tnts conclusion is it inquired, how we know this to be a fact? Geo. Aithur, Lieut. Governor of Upper a 8l.hool there being no minister in the Canada has issued a proclamation, requir- J place. The labors of the Rev. Mr. Bar iner all nersons risitin? that Province from I ber were also enioved for a season. The S r a . . . - ... . the United States, to be furnished with passports. church are anxious to obtain a minister. Mich. Obs. At the Whig convention, for the Second Congressional District, held in this village on the 5th inst, Wm. Slade was nominated We answer thus: The rapid rtrides of for re-election to Congress. k :i r i:i i Tn y J.- Congress adjourned on the 9th instant. IIUV6 UHt UUI IbllUII -V k I.UIU IV4 auuvn be longer kept in a state of bondage ! Public opinion is the mighty lever that has raised these slumbering principles, and the public voice of the British nation I Sabbath School Revivals. From is the power applied to it! Yes, that no- the reports received from the various Sab- ble nation is in motion 1 Meetings are! bath Schools, we hod great encourage CONGRESS. REVIVALS most active and efficient in defeating the resolution offered by Friend Whittier. And be declares that "nothing could be further from the truth" than the "false" intimation that the Society threw the Declaration over board, at iu late meeting that nota word vas uttered to its disparagement.19 His rphans andjeaviag them to want and an- fa phraM tLrew g-ish-7-crowdiog jails and poor-houses with those it has made forlorn and subjected to desttion and madaess overturnbgstage tcach?s and nil-cars wrecking vessels and ! oZ ag stcaobctits instigating riots, eon anil3a and manihu;hters tnakbg hav c 3 cf bcJieV Wreck cf latellects, and ruin overboard," plainly shows that the Editor of the Emancipator wrote this paragraph to meet and confute the Chronicle's statement The mischievous mendacity is now nailed to the counter. Tbe Right or Wombn to Prrmon. cf edu! j in i word, undermining the dear-1 John Quincy Adams, on a former occasion, est a: J best social, eif u, and religious inter- defended the right of slaves to petition. He est j ct cea J and whereas the Trafic in has recently had occasion to defend, in the dnaks lies at the foundation ef the Congress of this boasting Republic, the tH, icismach as such drinks' could not be right of women to petition. . 1 have not yet Bsei if ihey could tot be obtainyd; and seen his language on this subject. Tbe fol- wLt-rr-rj the acknowledged right, on your lowing notice of his effort is from the New- fart, to Impose a tax however, small on the I York Commercial Advertiser : Vending of these drinks, implies the right being held, East, West, North and South: and those people who paid twenty mill ions of pounds sterling tor the freedom of their oppressed brethren have declared their real intention their fixed determin ation their irresistible will the neoro SHALL BE FBEB! FallAOUth Post. We believe we speak the sentiments of nearly all, and we candidly state that many who before could not think of the ultimate abolition without dread, are now equally afraid that there may be one in the House who would urge the question of its continuance we never have known nor could there ever have been so com plete a revolution of public feeling and Ministers could not have taken a more sure plan to carry their object, if such was their intention, into effect. Gazette. The St Christopher's Advertiser of tbe 3d April, slates that a meeting of the Le gislature of Nevis took place, at which a bill to abolish the system oi apprentice ship on the 1st of August in that island, was read a first time,- without a dissenti ent voice. The Apprenticeship. We perceive by the Colonial Freeman that Mr. Wat son, of Bellfield Estate, in St James, has M Mr. Adams alluded to the speech ol to irarost a tax however large, amounting I Howard, on a former day, in which he even to an efiectual.'and total interdiction x I denied the right of females to petition or directed that his predial apprentices, near and whereas a Committee of your prede-1 i.ntireTr" ? wHh politics. He My 200 in number, should be declared ... i va tk.t th.w -.m.-ui.L defended that right in the most animated absolutely free on the 1st of August. . . land eloquent Style. Turning to Howard. I St. Andscws. The Mllies interested I twelve nf thanMfrftmal hnv hn hnrn cui su.jtcrio a proper he exclaimed Aie you a lather I Are in plantations will meet next Wednesday again. There are many more in a deeply abject of legislation;; and whereas tbe -on m husband !-that you should. make to consider what measures ought to be interesting state of mind. Constitution of this State declares. That tach declaration, so derogatory to the adopted to meet the expected change. goveramenr is, or oujni 10 pe, lnsumiea ior icniignienea imaies oi mis iana r we St. Thomas in the East. It is re- ment to labor in this department of Chris tian enterprize. Sixty-five members of the Sabbfeth School in Hatfield, were hopefully con verted during tbe first three months of the present year. Not one child or youth, out of tbe school, is known to have shared in '.his precious work of grace! In Oxford, there was enjoyed a refresh ing season, during the past winter. Quite a number of the Sabbath School, it ; hoped, were born again. Several among the adult classes were among the subjects of the work; and some adults who, this year, for the first time, were peisuaded to unite with the school. One hundred and ten members of the Sabbath School in Munson have become interested in the extensive revivals with which that town has been visited! About seventy of the 110 were baptized in in fancy. The revival in Ware village, during the last winter, made the school a scene of great interest Among those who shared in this revival, were thirty-three scholars of the Sabbath School, of whom 20 were baptized in infancy. ' Of one class of 17, 9 became hopefully pious. Of . 1 l s i . t anomer ciass oi y, o witn tneir leacner became hopefully pious. In Nantuiket, eleven of the oldest and most interesting lads 'An the school, and As to the inherent rights of the black man,' though I entertain all possible con tempt, both on scientific, and experimental ground, lor tbe idea that be stands on the same platform of natural equality' with us, it is enough for the main point in hand, that he is entitled to just as much liberty as he can use to his own benefit, and no more. That he ought to be immediately emancipated from the individual caprice of the white man, and made a subject of law, fully under its protection, in every personal, domestic, moral and religious right I do believe. That every child of the race should be immediately: freed from the degrading influences of slavery and slaves, and put under a severe, faithful system of appropriate education, for the perfect liberty of those ' who know the truth and whom the truth makes free' and should never be allowed contact with the degraded authors of their existence, who contaminate with the foul and malig nant breath of slavery whatever they touch, I do also believe. That, first and Friday, June 29. House. Steamboat Statistics. Mr. Sergeant asked leave to offer a reso lution, which was unanimously adopted That the Secretary of the Treasury be requested to collect, and report to Con gress, the next session, all the information that can be obtained as to the use of steam engines, in the United States, and the ac cidents and loss of life or property which have attended their use, and especially that he ascertain and report The whole number of steam engines, where constructed. The explosions or other disasters which last, the system of transportation, as the have happened to such engines. essntial condition of emancipation, should The causes. be abandoned; and that the free blaek The disasters to stenmhnBt when. American should be thought to be eren where, and how thev have occurred. ndr less obligation to come to Africa the common benefit Protection, and secUritv I then referred to the first petition he had cf the '. people, nation, or community, and presented on the subject of Texas, which . r tk. n.Mi.ot. MMi.M.Mff .J wa 'rom several hundred women of tbe net for the particular enwloment or advan- c of plymomht M and tags cf aay single man, family, or set of in lnJ most respectful language. Yet men, 'who are a part only of that comma- he, the conduct of the committee on tit?: and that the" community hath an in- this subject has denied the right of peti- dubitable, unalienable, and indefeasible I lion to these, and the many thousand other j'iht to reform or alter government, in such SBTSrr as. shall be, by that community, juitd most conducive to the public weal" "that frsquent recurrence to fundamental principles,' and firm adherence to justice, tno&ratioa, temperance, industry, and fru gality, are absolutely . necessary to preserve the blessings ol liberty and Jteep .govern- femalea who have signed their names for the same object And the chairman has directly denied their right on the floor of the House. Mr. At denounced such conduct as at variance with the usages of even savage nations, and unprecedented in the history of the world. He alluded to the Jewish history, and the many instances where the island. Barbadoes Mercury. bright-eyed daughters of Jerusalem, not ported that a meeting will take place during this week, in the parish of St Thomas in the Eaft for the purpose of taking into consideration tbe propriety of a total abolition of the apprenticeship on the 1st Auguot next William Holder, Esq., the proprietor of Lilli put's estate, in this parish, has declar ed to his apprentices his intention of lib- eratmg tnera on ine isi 01 August next. We profess to be among those who augur well from the approaching change; as a body, we be Here no peasantry in the world ever possessed a stronger inclina tion to labor than the praedials of our interesting In Northampton, forty members of the school have been converted. In North Brook field, sixty scholars have become pious, SO of whom were baptized in in fancy, and 35 have made a public profess-1 bankruptcy under ion. It has been stated in a former num- sink into oblivion. ber, that sixty have been hopefully con verted in the school at Williamsburgh. For several months past, there has been more or less interest and some cases of hopeful conversion, in most of the Sab bath Schools in this city; and in many other schools in all sections of the State. S. S. Visiter, Boston. From Zion Hetald. Lowell, Mass. How such steamboats were manned, and whether intoxicating liquor was used. The name of the owners and masters or commanders. In the case of boats to which no disas ters have happened, the burden, where built, and the names of their owners and masters or commander? and engineers. GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. From the Emancipator. From Liberia. We give the follow ing for what it is worth. It was issued as a h-mdbill on the night of the "great" colonization meeting, week before bst. The Colonization Herald, of Philadel phia, calls for the name of the writer, and abuses him in a style which confirms our belief that his main statements are true. We still continue responsible for the truth of the introductory and concluding re marks. The writer of the letter is what we have .stated him to be. When he returns to this country, we shall expect him to sustain his representations by proofs which will overwhelm with confusion the venal tools and superficial parasites who are trying to gull the people of this land to rescue their concern from the utter which it is about to Let some of these men beware! There are such things as in dictments for obtaining money under false pretences! Hewi from Liberia. Extracts of a letter from one of the most scientific and intelligent white men that ever went to Liberia extensively known as an active and devoted Coloniza tionist and a man of unquestionable in tegrity, and 01 most respectable connec- I 1 . m m . . r.-M freei the people ought therefore, to MiVfflThrriKrnf r k k.m The Temperance Address, delivered in y to that portion assigned me as my held in me poiiucs 01 tne.r country. He re- - u"fft ;. fuoo- dIe ef MethtldLn in j, wel, ound lhe lerrea 10 Miriam tne Dronhetess. who. 001ns tne author much credit The Socie- u - i 1 Kvitiic vii io,v airu uai uiuii v Dear Brother : Judge of the pleasure tions in this country. He was led to Af- 1 take in being able to announce to you that on my return to my charge, especial ad have a right in A legal way, to exact due and constant regard to them, from their lx;u!it:n and fnsgistrates, la mating and ,fxeet::i such laws as are necessary for lbs good government of the State;? , ; Therefore we pray your Honorable body, forthwith, to enact a law, or laws, totally interdicting, in 'this Bute, the Traffic in 'intoxicating liquors as drinks, and. thus baa ' bh from community an intolerable'nuisance, lawless, Insatiate dev oarer. ; V ' ' to m. . mm when Pharaoh and his host sank in the 1 a a waters, iook ner umnrei amidst tbe con- .gregau'on of Israel, and all the troewn went out after her with timbrels in their hands;, and Miriam answered them, Sing ye to the Lord, for he hath triumph ed gloriously : the horse and his rider rica through his zeal for the Colonization cause, to which he lias been devoted for years. He is still in that country, con cerning which he now tells the truth. Monrovia, Aug. 24, 1837. You have yet to learn, that the preju dices of color work backwards here, among those who have suffered under them in America. You may have felt disgust, or contempt or pity, for the degraded negroes hath he thrown into the. sea.' w 1.1. " I tie maintainea mat contempt or the oe- nr ht mn 1.t tf ftn) A moot- Ironaro 1 (vaa1 flwt v a lltA a 1 ?t r!l?J? T 7 Tl he iQ2 wa held however, by a few friends of congregation. There were eight forward 1US OI UbriStUnit V. and asked his onrmn. I . : 1 ' . BAL..1. - ; The Uu Whi2 convention, held at Mont- ents to examine tneir Bibles, where They lhe " el r resoiuuon. were intro- iSeCrt on MoS.l 7t f ptlier, adopted the foHowing resolution. : would find that one of the mightiest, mir- ed, and the following were adopted, la'nTfito noIreJ, Tht we consider etATery se a Wa- ciea 01 our MTior, me raising 01 L-aza- o. mur- Tuesday evening three of whom nrofess- anil'nthertt. I J CJ m . .1 1. eu 10 uuu peace wnue. at me altar. . liticai eril We nrobablv havn Ka trfrot PprkiU Missionary Society in New England, ithhold having received duun the vear naM 218 . . ty requested a copy for the Telegraph; but prevailing the Sabbath school increased Mr. Howard's connection with tbe College in members and interest, and still increas disallows his erantinff the reauest Those laS the whole number in regular at- of our townsmen who neglected to attend l,enJancet at present being more than three around you in America; but here is hatred have lost a rich entertainment uuuureu several oi me scnoiars now se- the most mangnani, lear ana envy, con 4 At' ci j.. u rKus several recently having found siantlv resting against :he white race and .An Anil'?very Address could not be in supermtendent straiht hair of the Caucasian race. And oDtamea. quoits were made to procure a and teachers much in the work, and final- it is only the influence of the second feel- mg, which occasionally res rams the out breaks of the first and third. Among the natives indeed, those feelings have no existence. Distress, anguish and want form com ijinxx ev.l. sncri hooe u time m not iu distant. I rus irom tne dead, wax nerformed at th m-n fi A: TK rutin m ? V a i iSjVlS I F'' Rrfred, That .Urerr fa not a no Yr ;Z 7 ?nl tT tie "ISO referred to profane history, and mmlj ; bat that t is pre-eminently a tjersaaa in awafunijf to oUere eny eoperior prlv. I , . , 1 . ... I arai.ut bamonitr, and sin arainst God. It U oiTtouJ vul IM lucre or slavery vk ""io mio warrior i Rg$0f9fd, Therefore, that none can w iCui m k.iiuuun wi wn rower nrwDiMuw uau uocu livi icu ij patnotism. terrewsuoa aa4 inrtioainent h ob a baria of J0te 0f tyrants severed, through the aeen t! , t rojmUbo: , thepoww.ol eleeunc the J f fci A.minded and virtuous femafcs." trrt'r il ,M i-oed to the whites. Taos, " M uisn uiiw w tiuuwhs khiuo. It appears . that another writer, one J. Coc;! Ci ' i, with a white popdatioo of lees J : t r.lae repreeenuti vee . while Ver- r"'.; ' - ilL?a?B0? to-SV, mm iMek, has been making predictions, similar e f.re. ert not, therefor, ia the s4 I ...... ..... . - . r I t a of new autes to award to them any A acTer'tority, mun we are wiUinj to ow!&!f7S tcm as political toaatets. ' , . '. -c!eJ. That rolitkU cqiuUlv amonc the Cu'i is neeacsarr to the protnotwa of eqoal f.lr We. thertre, dVpreeate any farther de rutura rem this principle a danrerovs. If this m at at. a a m unica evrr oe coeoivM, u wu m i lrx iKcJmcr of aorae faTored part era cf our country, devoted to the eonatitation w oar cat to reaiat ue crat appaarance g f. - ' r.-T.l, That If any Stat hemfler seek to t a'. -.-led lata tbia Union, it uM to be admit- tr4 enij en tae tataie ef perfect political aoali tjr, ar.4 that aay, the leaat departure from this fcriar';' will direct! tend to diaaohre ttia Uaioa. ' k MMW4nanMe' AntucL Aw mi ls or Edccation Ccr..:r .i cf the July No. Religious' In fo William Miller's, ia regard to 1843. Tbe Providence Journal, in noticing the work, speaks thus : This is another of the many attempts to interpret the hidden meaning 'of the exertions for its removal, without doing violence to tne laws oi oar common nature, and ol our common Creator and Judge. Some debate arose on the next resolution ; and it was laid on the table, with the re mainder of the series, to be taken future meethiw. up at a ll I. -t Tl rt L 1 a ... I nmir ill H I I rv m nii. I , mm wm m I VimJt o iuiu n , luvic uiccuuni uiiu suuuu I - , .It judgment. The book was undoubtedly . Of oan I nrrut.B rnnrl intent mn and lh nhin. I naOK Dim Thk Rcucrocs Hebild, from Richmond, Ya, containing the Letter alluded to, three weeks since, is received. The Editor says : "I mailed the No. to you myself, at I was should see it." I am' not dis- mon scenes here, the more deplorable and hopeless, because the suffering is all due to the viciousness and laziness of the suf ferers. . Our commercial news is now an old story. While your folks have been fall ing From opulence to poverty, ours have only been filling from one depth of suf fering and scoundreltsm to another. Mar 12th. 1838. 'In iny former letter, 1 gave you a few leading: nints oi some oi the practical difficulties connected with the devel (-mo ment of the Colonization scheme, which written with rood intentions, and the opin ions ire supported by some curious calcu lations upon tbe prophecies both those which have already been fulfilled, ' and those -which the' author supposes will cometo pais,w ; v - 3i O. Biraey's reply to P.- II. Elmore r.rcctioa' ia Com mon School? j Proper closes with this No. For giving it it length, G!3ci3p of Miortert; .Boston Primary t j.un.-no ipofogy will be required C;'.co!j; I! c tak cs cf ..achers; Bath- TK - . tyi.. C Hints to Parents ; -syi cn Phyxical Diucalion; Keys to wr" w V itSipuoueauon in xne :hccri2c2i; Are Games of Contriv- Telegraph, commenced, rnquired, "have t'-i Ir.jurio as! Education of Boys; Vo- you. anything more from Mri Dirncy this ,l r.-Ji'c in Bchocls: Miscellany; No- ireeAfP Prohablvall wiU aeree that it has or 20 new members 200 on the last eve ning of 1837. Yours in love, E. W. Stick net. Junk 28. Amherst, Mass. There has been a highly interesting state of religion in this place for some months past. There have been no special or unusual means era nloved in Droducinsr it. A means much w m . 7 - v u blessed in the Rev. Mr. Bents Society, I perceive have given occasion for a free were the visits of a committee of the churcn expression of some of your sentiments on to every family connected with the congre-1 the subject Though I see and feel rea mllnn I hi mAnmpnt fTn rn lhna on- question his veracity in the case, in it a sense of their own responsi- ior lavonng me wun anotner ( bilitv, and laid upon tDem tne burden of in ine decisive condemnation of OolnniT?, employing self-denying labor for the pro- tioo; not only as concerns the relief and motion of Zion's welfare. Eighteen have improvement of the colonists themselves professed religion since the first of Janua- but also in its influence on the condition ry in Mr. Bent's Society, and fifty or sixty of the natives of the country. In its prac have indulged hope. Among these arc tical operation, it has thai far been a re-twenty-five heads of families. Of the newal of the worst scenes of conquest, young converts, the larger portion have oppression and extermination, presented enjoyed the privileges of Sabbath Schools, in the history of the dealings of white ADumoer.in auvanceuiue nave r suoscri-1 men wun ine aborigines 01 the Southern oed.witn. tneir own nana unto the Lord' As yet there has been little or. no diminu- More than than the white, is equally important Let them have a freeman's liberty, of going where they think they can do best; but everywhere, over them as n peculiarly degraded, vicious, malignant race, let the rod of justice be a rod of iron. But as for the common proposals of the scheme, ordinarily known as 'abolition,' if their wild, speculative folly, needs more reasons for its condemnation than can be easily found in the United States, Liberia cap more than make up the deficiency. All that unrestrained freedom does to make them a Magor missabib terror round about : Jer. xx, 3 here, a terror to themselves and those round about them, would equally operate there, I cannot state my conclusion of tho whole matter in the same terms you use, that Colonization has fulfilled its proper mission. I should say, that after their proposed experiment had been fairly trVd for twenty years, it had been found im practicable; that Colonization hat failed to filfil its proper mission ; and, there fort, that 'its further existence is not needtl.' ' The authenticity of the above letters ia vouched for by the editor of tbe Eman cipator, No. 143 Nassau -St., who trans cribed them from the original, June 21st, 1838, 5 o'clock, P. M. Abolitionists fel un mingled abhorrence for such senti ments as tbe Writer expresses towards our colored brethren but we give it as Colo nization testimony. Light Wantxd at thb South The President of the American Anti Slavery Society has recently received a letter from a gentleman residing in Vir ginia, appealing to his manifest liberali ty in favor of the oppressed' to furnish him with such works as would enable him to decide with regard to rhe merits of slavery and abolition. The writer say?, As i now stand, I am convinced of the EVIL of slavery, and the NECES SITY of its abolition, but am rather in clined to think it should be gradual, and not immediate. 1 think that, could 1 be convinced of the expediency and safety of IMMEDIATE ABOLITION, I would feel it to be my duty to raise my voice Vu ueience oi me poor diock. l am now oc casionally employed in the proclamation of the Gospel of Christ, and I think, next to a freedom from sin, the freedom of our fellow-men should be contended for, eouli they be emancipated tcith safety. I hare had recommended to me Weld's Bible Argument,' and Thome and Kimball's Journal' for my perusal, which works I cannot procure. You will therefore please procure them for me in vourcitv. if vou can without much trouble, and should they be bound, tear the binding off, and foi ward them to me by mai marking on the packages the number of - sheets, so that they will not be opened and destroyed, in form mo per mail the price, and I will en deavor to send it by the first opportunity. Any other work, pamphlet, or communi cation, which you may think useful to me will be thankfully received. Emancifar tor. copy. .The article being lengihy, and de manding considerable attention, comes to hand too late for insertion this week. It shall be forthcoming, as soon as I em com mand;, time to review it probably next week. - There was a destructive fire at New Orleans, on the 18th of June 4osaof piop- The readers, ta laia vicinity, have, Jrom I erty estimated at $250,000 to $320,000. New-Jersey is being terribly scourged I tion of the religious : interest. with mad dog ticcs of EoolsV not been a woid too long. " Drowning- drowning, Almost every pa per relates new instances. lorty were ; meeting. present at JLhe last inquiry States; And even worse things tha are already " hoped and " planned by the brutish refugees from opnression. whom we are sending to execute schemes of conquests on the, unoffending, natives of In Belchertown much of the heawnlv I this coast. The cirrumainn rr ui .. . j . j - ...vw V .UO dew has fallen, or where erreat alienation i narties heinor of nna n1nr - i r m vu, uvv , Clveera for Jamaica Boston, July 4, 1838 ( 12 o'clock, M. S On going to the Post Office, we fou in pur box the Jamaica Royal Gazette of June 9, which, on opening, we found to contain the following glorious announce ment : It has been decided bt the Hon orable House or Assembly, that THE REMAINING TWO YEARS OX THS AT FRENTICB4HIP OF THE PrJGMAI. LA BORERS bHALL n H ABANDONED, ANDTHAT ENTIRE. COMPLETE, and UNRE STRICTED FREEDOM shall ta place on the 1st of august 'next l" this Island. Let all the friends of Freedom shoot AMEN I Liberator. Cucumbers, according to the ' estintsw of Dr. John, contan ninety-seven per cent of water, and of the remaining three pr cent, only two and a third per cent, ean prove nutritious. N. E. Farmer "it s , "e.