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June 12, 1839. VERMONT T E L E G R A P II All a man's powers, intellectual and corporeal are bis-own, by the gift of God. Slavery, takes every thing. The law thunders vrath against him who robs his neighbor of the value of a shilling, and certainly it can do no less against him who robs a man of himself. To take from a man bis earnings is theft ; but to talce the tamer1 is compound, supelative and per petual theft.'? ' - He then proceeds to show the moral nA intellectual depredation of the .slaves and their cruel oppressors, and as a! proof quotes the language oi one oi iceir jown legislators, who says. .( Could we destroy their capacity (i.e., of the slaves) to receive light we should be safe." Then closes as follows, "And now my dear brethren, shall we slumber over these abominations and-take no mpnnres to cleanse the church, and'the land till the work is done bythe exter m'matmff thunders of Heaven? Shall we not rather rally around the standard of truth, of mercy ana numanuy ana encour We the heart and strengthen the. hands V the choice few who are already in the field? Let us cleanse our own garments, partake not of the sins of slaveiy, that we TPftp'we not of her plagues." Let us lift ud out voices againt it, 'cry. aloud and spare not,' and by all means consistent with the "word of God, labor to purify: the cburch- of Christ, and bring on the day when the '.slave shall be free from his mastery.and ! i ut fM Peace to his sacred ashes. I would i'ove to visit nis grave, ana piamtneTe a sweeping willow to sigh with every breeze un'4 ten iu uuure ages uie nuuorca spot where lies the good, the great, the loved aip. Timothy Spaulding. T. . ----- - -. - - -. y .. - . a t x 111 11 " - ivuowieage ol " God Progress of the mocatic Principle; Literary Notices; Miscellaneous Intelligence. General Intelligence. What can .Colonization Colonization . . exceed the impudence of the snnir.tv in eonninir Hr into Vermont at thU day -especially . an ."agent wht, faithful to his employers, takes .the part o( slavery against abolition? Tiat .Society and its agents ought to know that Mie sympathies of the people of Vermont i re on the side of the slave. They, ought JiUo to know that the people of Vermont have long ago been made acquainted with nature and objects of Colonization hat it is the. slaveholder's instrument for fivetling the chains on his outraged victims There is satisfactory evidence in the uUev. Mr." McCree's conduct alone, to condemn Im and his cause at once.. There is noth ng more apparent in what he exhibits, than ,hat his sympathies are all on the side of ilavefv and against abolition.' . I Brother llolcomb, inasmuch as- I was r.bsent while the agent was here, has fol lowed him at some length. I have appeod- 'd a very few rematksin the shape of notes; tod would have pursued the matter further If there had. been any need of it. w I have found it necessary to abridge broth : Holcomb's article somewhat.' , , From the JJew-York Spectator. ' liaU from Canton ' By the barque Trenton, Capt. Hallett, we have received Canton papers to the 20th of January The; imperial government, in Us deter mination to root our the.evil nractiee of smoking"4he black mud, has appointed a special envoy .to Canton, , with full power and strict instructions to leave, no meas ures , untried until the filth is entirely scruooeu away.- a tnunaenng procla mation to foreigners of all nations has also been, published, the, nature of which may be gathered from-the following ex tracts? '.,: , - v ; . . " "Tang, governor of the two Kwang provinces, &Cm and Me Foavuen of Kwangtung, &c. conjointly proclaim to tne toretgners ot every country, lor their full information. .. Whereas, it has been graciously per mitted by the heads of the Chinese em pire to foreigners of every nation to come hither for commercial "purposess, now nearly two hundred years; during which ime ye have been steeped in the food- ness ana bounty ot our emnerors. and have obtained 'profit and advantase be yond all measure; moreover, the tea and rhubarb of our central land are indispen sable- Articles for you foreigners ! how much-your very Fives depend upon them ye cannot indeed but kno.w! Out-em pire of Ohina has not the slightest neces sity to trade with you but could ye exist a single day were ye not to trade with us? In"; spite of this obvious ' truth, however, for several tens of years back, ye have been looking-at the article opium, as the sole way to realize profit. Your opium store-ships and ware-houses convey he drug in unbroken succession; which has led to native traitors connecting them selves with you in the.sale thereof; and our ignorant common people takfnsr de light. in smoking it, have no vv become apprehending our own people... We have j only to memorialize the emperor that he shut up the port, and stop the foreign trade forever! After the port shall have been shut up, no, matter whether ye may bring opium or not, the tea and rhubarb of the inner land will not be permitted to leave the country; and thus may we in stantly hold the life of every foreigner at our command! Thirteen Days' Passage. The steam-packet Great Western, ' Captain Hosken, arrived at the . Gtuarantine last night at 1 1 o'clock, having received a. pi lot at half-past 9 o'clock. She made jthe run from Bristol in thirteen days and eight hours, having made the- shortest Western trip across the Atlantic that-we have on. record.2V. Y. Svectaiou The Lowell Courier gives the follow ing account of a horrid catastrophe which occurred at Lowell last week, growing out of jl violation of the license law. Is not the rnan who encourages the romselr er to violate the law which prohibits the sale of rum in small quantities, morally responsible Tor thes'e dreadful consequen ces.? Zioris Hei a Id. u The public Good requires it." On Wednesday afternoona concourse of peo ple was to be seen about a dwelling house on Uentral street, looking m at the win dows and crowding.in at the doors to see the burnt and blackened body of, d dying woman whose clothes took' fire while she was in a state of intoxication. It was a horrible and awful spectacle. Death soon closed the scene, and a'cofEn immediately cunceaiea irom view me enspea ana mu tilated remains of a woman, the mother of a family of children, who should have been to them a guide and protector. We envy not the . man, who, ' for- the. paltry profit of two or three cents, sold to this wretched female, in violation of law, the conienis oi a un pau, wun wnicn sne was seen staggering through the streets, an hour before the fatal catastrophe. ? Melancholy Accident at Niaga ra Falls. We, learn from the .Buffalo Commercial of Monday, that Dr. Hun gerford, of Troy, was instantly killed that morning at tne Falls .ol JNiag-ara. In in accustomed to the odious habit: the evil has gradually Spread oyer the whole coast, company with Liindsey, the guide, he had and infected every province of the em pire 1 ' - - On former occasions, edict followed edict. We, the Governor and Fooyuen, have three times ana nve times, agam descened the Biddle stair case on the A- merican side, and was standing near the water, when a mass of rock, weighing several tons, fell from the bank above, a height of some 150 feet, directly upon him, and again warned and exhorted you; butjLindsey suffered a severe contusion on because your minds were solely absorbed by the love of gam, our words passed ike the wind unheeded by; and we were put on with the excuse, that all those who came to Canton to trade were good & upright foreigners. Howiittle dreampt they lhat many of the sampans smuggling i Friend Rich will bear with' roe for put in; by his article another week. I have lieeo gone; and it being.out of sight on my f eliirn. vai out nf mind until U was too ate. Several other original articles tire on ile for insertion. The Ncw-Esolajtd AHtl-SnviRY Convkn rio." adopted the following, among other resolu tions i his left arm, but was not otherwise iniur- ed.N.Y.Spec The legislature of Pennsylvania invites the consideration of that of "New York to an effort to connect the canals of the two States at a point that will enable the one State to exchange her coal for the salt and Distressing Accident. A friend1 in Woburn writes us that on Wednesday, J6in uitM (tormerlv flection day') a young lad by the name of Wheat left nis piace ot residence lor tne purpose of spending the day in amusement He took n.:k ' '""l IJ 1 . 1 vuu mm a tj ece or an oia run narre . which he called a cannon, and when a short distance from the house charged and fired it. when it burst and a nart nf the contents nnssed throtierh his headl which, as is supposed, killed him instant ly! His remains were not diseoverpd until the Friday following; (the person with whom he resided felt no uneasiness on account of his abscence. sunnosin? he , ri 0 had gone to Tewksbury to visit hisfriends) wnen they were found in the distressing: condition stated above, by a geatleman wuu acciuenny was passing -near wnere the accident occurred. He has left a widowed mother to mourn his loss. There were no less than three bovs killed in this city and vicinity on Wednes day, last week, from the use of srunDow- der, viz: Wheat, mentioned above. Cope- mnuj oi mis city, published m our last. and Carleton, of Andover, published this day's paper. Ch. Watchman. Tv . . jjistressing Accident. A young lad, named waiter F. Carleton, was shot ia Andover, last Wednesday week, about ten o clock. He was of the a?e of 11 yearsr and son of M r. Dean Carleton. The circumstances of the case were these. The deceased and another lad were out in the pastures and woods gunning. It be gan to rain, and to protect themselves, they entered a farmer's barn. Young Carleton, who had a short fowling piece, was leaning upon.it, his forehead resting upon the muzzle. In this situation, the gun was discharged. The fore part of his skull was shivered to atoms. Lowell Courier. ' Rights of Patentees. A case of some importance to the community was decided in the United States Circuit Court on aaturuay. rne aeienaant was prose cuted lor makins inction matches, a na tent having been granted to the plaintiff m October,- 1836. The defence rested on two points, nirst: the invention was Known and in use betore the patent was taken out: and second: the inventor had made it public, and extensively sold the article before he took out his patent. Judge Story summed up the evidence and explained the law.by which it appears that a patentee can can claim to act under his patent from the date of his application for it, without being obliged to wait until the day it is a wared to him. The jury gave him five; hundred dollars damages. It is said that the patent right is worth $30,000. Courier. ' ' interests of the African kinjrs and slave ' traders to turn their attention to more hon est branches of trade and industry. For ourselves, we believe nothing short of the total abolition of slavery will destroy the traffic. The market must be broken ud. and the supplies will no longer be sought lor. Penn. Freeman. Notices. : securing the assignee of able sneakers uuu n. is iu ue uonca mai lorni Sn u. will take early stens to secure n nmni attendance of delegates and friends of the cause Voiet of Freedom. To th TJaptUt Denomination t&ronstiont th United SUite Jt BrlUslt ProTlnee. The Baptist Genkbal Tract So ciety at HS AnnirPruru Motl . : April last, Resolved to publish an Annual. Almanac and RepisUr. Tn to do this, the Board are dependent on the - iuuuiinauon tonne reouisit Sfni i;,nl . - J - ' W It 13, thrreforp. hprrKv riu " . CIRCULAR. - To Baptist Conventions. Ministers. Con gregations. and Churches tn the United I Intelligence. Stales of America, Friends of the'Poor quested of the several Lilerarv and The. Kiuvct una jiueucuics vj Ainmcuiaie i "s11-0 aushiuiiou?, vonventlons and As and Emancipation. Dearly Beloved in the Lord : We the undersigned, address you as Baptized Believers, in the name of the Great Head of the Church, nd of His suffering poor. In the opinion ofa meet ing of Baptist Abolitionists, held this day in the city of New York, and whose rep resentatives we are, the period has arrived when some judicious measures should be taken to call sociatinns. and all ntk. u t: . . . a ' 7 . wuics, unaer tne inuueace oi uapiists, to send B. IL Lox- ley, uepository Agent, No. 21, South Fourth Street, Philadelphia", their Re ports, Minutes, and other information which will enable the committee of Pri. odical Publications to present a full and complete tabular view of the Denomination. It is intended to in tho wnrt- 0,,1.. tew I . . w vvVtO MJ V Ul 1 V a national uaptist C-onven- m the fall as nncsihU t A .1.' tion, to prepare the way for organizing an Reports, Minutes, &c. of the several'bod American Baptist Anti-Slavery So- ifS, will be requisite at the earliest mae. CIETY. liVW r The providence of God seems to have thv hinr tK caused a necessity for such an organiza- 0f printing the several Reports, we would tion. And while we do not aim to arrav UnTrci tK ; f j.r.-. . ourselves against any well managed So- statistical facts. This thought was su- lt I frestpd In us bv thf 'fYifRmho n-UlU r j - - - .j ia it 1 w (1 tt v have experienced this week, of giving a Statistical account of some Associations and other bodies. YV could not tell tchere the Columbus Association mpt we could not tell the are of the Canisteo and Pig River Associations, and we could not designate the minitlrrt ai th inside the Bogue having been repeatedly plaster of the other. Old Connecticut will taken, their knavery has thereby been exposed to view! and will ye still come to tell us that ye are upright foreigners? and that every one of you is Loking after a lawful calling? - Now, however, the indignation of the Great Emperor has been fairly aToused at these wicked practices! and the hourly ex- "no next wish to cut a canal for the better change of her nutmegs and other tions," lor the 14 tar, tumeric and turpen tine 01 North Catolma.- Boston Times. Great Hail Storm Friendship Anne Arundal Co. May 29. x esterday we had one or the severest thought ,of his heart is to do away with wil Blorms ever experienced in this neigh- cieties already in existence, we think oovjous mai as tsanusts. we can now ac- ! 1 . 111 compiisa more oy laoonnsr on our own platform, than in any other way. mereiore, wnose names are an nexed, cordially address to vou this Cir cular. You will oblige us bv sending I your names as soon as convenient, should you approve the object contemplated, lo Sandy Creek Association. If the brethren A 1 I I 1 .1 - W M m . I who have the. charge of printing the either of the following brethren : Editors Eastern Baptist, Brunswick, Me. ; Edit or Baptist Register, Concord, N. IL ; Ed itor Telegraph, Brandon, .Vt; Editor Christian Reflector, Worcester, Mass.; Rev. Elon Galusha, Perry, Genesee Co., Western JN. Y. 5 PPPn iv If h Wo Qhin rrinn C.r V Rev. R.Turnbull, Hartford, Conn. ; Rev. L. Fletcher, Spread-Eagle, Chester Co Pa. : Rev. Samuel Aaron, Burlington, N. J. ; Editor Philanthropist, Cincinnati, O. : all ot whom, and any others who may re Minutes will look at the Statistics of the Taunton Association, Mais., which vwe have given this week, they will see what is, desired. .Our brethrpn. nf tliP FJIfnrTnl A. Rev. Nathaniel Colver, partment, will subserve the interest cf the good cause, by giving the above an inser tion or two, accompanied with such sug gestions as shall be thought necessary. In behalf of the Committee of Period ical Publications. R. Babcock, Jr., Chairman. - Resolved, That, eschewing all theolog ical or metaphysical subtilities, and being guided by the words of our Lord, Ye shall know them by their fruits, this Con rv-cnlicn affirms, that no slaveholder, no ueienaer or apologist 01 slavery, or any well informed person living m mdiffer once to the slave's claim to freedom, und er the light of the Scriptures and the max ims of a republican govern meni, can pos reas tnat temper 01 mind wnich was in Christ Jesus ; and -therefore, that ; no church, composed of uch members, or sanctioning such, practices, can consistent iy 03 termed a cnurcn or unsT,.- Resolced,' Thzt petitions be sent to the Legislatures of the New-England States earnestly recommending the repeal of all jaws mawing any uiuerence 01, tights or privileges on account of complexion ; and tve believe that all tfue abolitionists, who petition on any subject, will sigu such pe titions!, '. ' ' .C.', , ; Resolved, That the Governors and Leg islatures cf the N. Estates be requested to remonstrate with the-Governors and Legislatures of the slave States, concern ing their constant encroachments by stat ute and by the violence on the rights of northern citizens with a dark complexion, or with-clean consciences on the subject 01 slavery. Resolved, That the success of the Anti- Slavery cause, notwithstanding the unfa vorable circumstances in- which some may suppose it now stands, is ruaranteed by the intrinsic excellence of its princi ples, by the sign3 of the times, and by the attributes of the Divine character. licsoived, lhat colonization of the free colored people of this country; in Africa, is hostile to the welfare and deeply insult ing to the .humanity, of those people promotes, sustains and perpetuates Amrr. ican slavery means no good to Africa them forever. In the capital he has com manded the great officers of State to de liberate upon and draw up the severest statutes; in the provinces he has ordered the governors and inferior officers to see that the laws be enforced with the utmost rigor I It is the voice of the Great Em peror, as of Heaven itself, that gives forth the command and where he wills it, it cannot but take'effect. ;VVe, the governor and Fooyuen,4 have already received with the deepest respect an imperial edict, commanding the ad-? tnirals of every station,, along with the commanders of the different garrisons borhood, which although not as violent in the immediate vicinity of this village, was very destructive to "all the country southwest of us. Information has readi ed us of several wheat fields having been cut to pieces, tobacco been ruined, barns, outhouses and chimneys blown down, and all the windows demolished. There nev er was such-destruction before the hail laid in some places six inches deep, and as large as hens eggs. Every hour brings . . . . . 11 Ml -I , , .1T-1 t-t us iresh intelligence 01 damages done to enaownea wun lanas wnicn, when sold, at Death of William Leggett. The New York papers announce the death' of William Leggett, who had just received a diplomatic appointment to South America. He was formerly editor of the New York Evening Post," and afterwards of the "Plain Dealer.". As a manly, independent,- frank, open hearted, clear, and vigorous writer, he-had few equals. The cause of the oppressed slave found in him ti firm advocate: and the administration party, to which Mr. Leggett belonged, and among whom he was esteemed a lead ing writer, have received many a lecture of Jenersonian abolitionism from his pen. He has sdwn a seed which is already be ginning to vegetate. Ihe Jtnend of Man Michigan. This infant State deserves the credit of having devised the most mag- nincent plan lor "education of any in the union, a university with branches is neighbors fences and trees, and of our having lost hogs, calves, &c.' Drowned. -A lad, the son of Deacon . t v. 1 'It tne lair maruei value, win yield an in come of over $60,000, and the primary ceive them will please transmit the names they obtain to Rev. Duncan Dunbar, or to either member of the Central "Corres ponding Committee, ocated for the pur pose in , the city of New York. .The Committee, will then be assembled, when the names which have been received "will be appended to the Call, the time and place of holding the Convention fixed, and both the Call and 'Address be circulated throughout the land. Finally, brethren, let us exhort one an other to increased diligence and more fer- 'vant prayer in this holy cause. Let us be up and doing : "and so much the more as we see the day"appoaching.,, We remain, afiectionately, Your brethren in a precious" Redeemer, CvRtrs P. Grosvenor, Chairman. Charles W. Denison, Secretary, of a meeting of Baptist Abolitionists, held this day in the city of New York, May 11th, 1830, and signed in the name and by the authority of the said meeting. First meeting of the Central Correspond- . , ihg Committee. . At a meeting of the Central Corres ponding Committee of Baptist Abolition ists, held on the 13lh of May, 1839, Rev. Duncan Dunbar was chosen chairman, and Rev. C W. Denison, Secretary. it was on motion. Resolved. That the individuals nen- tbnedia the "draft of a Circular adopted at the General Meeting held last- week. and military stations to get. ready -and JBrown of this city, was drowned in Con despatch squadrons of war-ships, well cord river, near tne upper bridge at Bel supplied with guns and military weapons videre. In company with a younger lad, schools have a landed property which be earnestly Requested to procure as many will probably yield $350,000 per annum, names as possible to be affixed to the This will carry the means of education to of alt-kinds: these are to cruize- alike Enst West and Southland to he studded over the ocean at short intervals, as well, for the protection of our coast as to seize the naUve smuggling boats, and drive out the loitering foreign ships.- . Ye foreigners have brought your ships from -lands afar off! Your-primary ob- he was playing , upon a plank, and by some unaccountable means, fell into the water, and was di owned, where itv depth does not exceed three feet. Every possi ble means for resusitation was applied, but proved unavailing, JLowell Adv. " Rights of Jurors'.-! understand, Mr. Editor, that threats have been given every child in the State, and will give to the rising generation a richer inheritance than gold can buy: it will render toe State of Michigan intelligent, moral and happy and wjll place, her prosperity on the surest ot alL louudations that oi a wel I ed ucated people. The papers. Lewi's Tappan's Case. It is well known to our antuslavery readers gener ally that our .friend Lewis "Tappan, has ject was to take youf principal and seek out as to the Juror who adhered to-his I 7 Vi? JrT profit, on At.:- Am wV ould ye. for- own conscientious convictions in the, case cWch bTtth The sakeof profit, involve your persons recently tried in the Municipal Court. I feh!I in destructionf At this very instant our merely allude to'it to assure that Juror, common people are giving, up the use of and alt others, that they haVe 'independ- opium;-the brokers, who bought . it. of ent rights which ntv man and no Gourt you. are flvmg helter skelter; the gov- can infringe. -Hisi conscience is in his ernment oracers are directing the law3 with unmitigated severity; the people are trembling at the idea of puuishment, and anxious only to secure their own persons from danger! We, the' governor .and Fooyuen, unit ing all those circumstances, now issue this proclamation, with the utmost, the most intense earnestness! When it reach es the said, foreigners, let them instantly divest themselves ol their previous tilth, own keeping, and he cannot transfer it lo another, without moral periurv Jurors should understand their rishts, and fear lessly act upon them,.unawed by Courts, or the system of teazing and tormenting which is so oor, resorted to in jury; rooms. U-fslTnmanly as vveir alinjust, and should be frowned down. Boston Press and Post. Z. Anti-Abolition" Riot ' in New- Haven. Several members of Yale Col- York, in consequence of his alleged con tumacy in refusing to submit to an unau thorized and tyrannical order of an eccle siastical court, before which he had been summoned for having ventured to speak the truth in relation t5 a recreant clergy man, who after making professions of an-tour brethren will come prepared to pro call, and to torward them immediately to the Chairman of this Committee. Resolved, That ihe editors of Baptist papers, and all others friendly to the cause of the oppressed, be desired to publish as much ot our proceedings as they shall deem likely to be useful to the cause. Adjourned to one fortnight -from this day, at 1 1 o'clock A. M. Signed, u. Dunbar, Chairman. C. W.- Denison, Secretary'. I The third quarterly meeting of the Ad dison County Baptist Association is to be held with the Baptist Church in Undport, on the fourth Wednesday of June. Ex-i ercises to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M., in the w'est meeting house. We earnestly j 1 . i at r - j soiieu our "christian irienas irom aoroau to "come over and help us." W6 hope a 1 Call for the IV&Uonal ConTcnUon. At the last anniversary of the Ameri can Anti-Slavery Society, it was voted to hold a National Convention at Albanv on the 31st day of July next. The under signed were appointed a committee to is sue a Call, and make the necessary ar rangements ior tne proposed convention. In executing the wishes of the Society, they accordingly most cordially invite ajl such Freemen of the United State a3 adopt the principles embodied in the Constitution of the 'American Anti-Slavery Society to meet in con vention at Albany on the last Wednesday of Ju)y next, in the 4th Presbyterian meeting house, at ten o'clock, A. M. The object of the convention is the thorough discussion of those great princi ples which lie at the foundation of the ab olition enterprize throughout the civilized world; and of the measures which are suited to its accomplishment in the United States, and especially those which relate to the proper exercise of the right "of suf frage by citizens of the free states. All questions and" matters foreign to this ob ject will be cautiously avoided in the de liberations of the occasion. w. Li. (vhapim, Wm. Goodell. . Joshua Leavitt, H. B. Stanton, S Gurdon Grant, Troy. iu. sanord, . a n a m- Hiram Fanning f AlDany. . Uolburn. Utica. New-York. AVKEIiLY ItECEIPr- Ashley Arnold $225 W. W. Finch 50 T.Packard 150 B. and Iladtrar 1 50 S. Whitney 50 11. Howard 200 J. Martin 50 S. Prentiss - 50 J.W.Parker 200 Geo. I'rovroson 3 00 J. II. Thompson 200 S. Williams 2 09 L. Bottum 2 00 S. Chase 2 03 B.Cook . 3 00 I.Dyer 225 SIAIIKIKD, In Rutland, 22d alt, Itufus Graves, of GranTille, w tiappaionia a. I'&tec, 01 uutland. IS. Y J a 1 T - M 4 U Aniri IrO'al rrr c Chine ana laKins an iuc wuiu.i. -vvv...U8 -ll,lJJ 1 1 i .u. .;.:nn.. ,tnff mon :hored outside, cause one and, all of e--" ? ! . ' anci them, with the utmost haste, to return to their native countries! .- Th other shiDS which are not receiv ing ships, as well as those merchant-men which do not enter the port, must not, at has no tendency to destroy er embarrass I their own will and pleasure, come and go, uie Biava iraae in a r en or Ampricn ; 1 rainuiinsr. auu swu s v a f rand nn thn hcn.l.n f fk ..kk. them.' Everr one must "carry on his - I . 1 1- I 0 m ana 13 tne ' subtertuge ot an impenitent people embarrassed . with slaveholding, and seeking 10 rid themselves of its evils and dangers without'departinp- from the sin. CnBtTUM 1terr.r.. ft ... . e 1 r.,. 7" e.'J V" J pies of ereed 8 i.r?ve 3 L Tittmann Ve who bv vour r-T ?: of. Cqnstantine bevond the ' - Am. v -iLJLiaL iv i iirnfi lawful calling in peace and quietness, and men ve may eniov me swecis oi nam, time without end 1 " ' But if from first to last ye obstinately adhere to your stupidity and awake not; 11 ye "Will SHU De guiueu y mo punci- mess and avarice, then it is own act put yourselves nrotection of the Jaws l . We, the governor and Fooyuen, have no heed meeting at Rev. Mr. Ludlows church in New-Haven,a few days since, by making a noise, and neltin-r the speaker (Uernt Smith. Esa:. with earsrs. Several of the ffuiltv persons were arrested and fined in the pitiful sum of $121 We are happy to learn, , however, that'further proceed inirs are to be had in the civil courts, and that the Faculty of Yale College have exnelled one of the orTenders. a young man from Mississippi, and suspended another. N.Y. Observer. A little girl nearly : four years of age, iy Convention ; : On the Discoverv lf u ?,. . t -f . 'j L-iscovery on w be thus worrvm kird"? , liZZSZ "S W strength ia .eonsUntlye-b; or ourselves ana smrm- i-i . r ing preventive measures against yo.i, olitionism in the North, had consented with the slaveholders of New-Orleans. From the decision of the Presbytery mewr lappan appealed to the (Jrenerai Assembly now sitting in this city, and af ter a fiili and fair hearing. Aw appeal has been fully sustained. He conducted his case with srreat ability. Jfenn. Free man. ',. ' . The Sla.xe Trade We are indebt ed to Thomas Fowell Buxton of En sr land, for an elegant, copy of his new work on Slavery, an octavo volume, ot pajres. It Dresents an awfal picture of the present condition of the detestable traf fic in human flesh. It is to the torei;n 3lave trade what Weld's new work is to slavery itself. According to the estimate of Fowell Buxton, for every 1UUU slaves alive at the end of one year after their ar rival in Cuba or Brazil, there is a sacri fice in the seizure, march and detention in Africa, the middle passage, and the fatal rjlantations of 1450 tract the meetmsr a few davs, if Provi dence should indicate it to be duty. L. Kimball. Bridport, June 4, 1839. Received Jan. 2, 1839, From Female Benevolent Society, Jeri- goods, cash, goods, 88,27 2.7G 4,75 7,05 cho, Cash, do. - - From Fairfax do. do. - Received May 24," From Jericho church, - do. for the Bible Society, ley, - - - Received June I, of Rer. D. Packer for Canada Mw. Received June 10, V r t a m From 3d liaptist cnurcu bhattsburv per O. . Murray, for For. Missions, 43,50 A. H. Benningrton per O. S. Murray, 5,00 WilLard Kimball, Tieasarer Vt, Bap. Con. cash, 5,50 per I. Hunt - 4,50 10,00 . x - m tiappaionia a. raise, o la Pittsford. 30th fllL.br II. Curtis, of nmn.J.in John M. Goodnough to Sarah Ann Gorbam. DIED, In Orwell, 3d inst. Doras Dascom, of canker-rash and measles, a?ed 26 year. in Jericho, mh ult. I'aiy Uabcock, aged 69. In Leicester, on the 7th inst.. of Cons u motion. Ilarrj K. Alden, aged about 25. la Lanty, on the u tb ol Alar, Oranee Green, 31, Also, in Danby, the wife of Dr. Otis, br a fall from a watron. 1839. THOY & MICniOAIT 1S39 Six Bay Ziinc. Merchandise, Fjjrniture & Pas sengers forwarded from New- York, Albany aud Troy, daily, SABBATHS EXCEPTED, To any point on the Erie Canal, and all the different pen on the Western Lakes, Riv ers, and Canals. pnopniEToas & aqextts. ALLEN WHEELER, ? A. 10G, Broad Ft. Stephen C. Orav, Vi Quay Su Albany. Moore & Stiriipson, 153 Kiver bu Troy. seasoning- on the pHild of, Mr. Talhot. was drowned on souls ! He computes the annual number - - . ii 1 ' ? It a I C .L . I . C . V Jfill.n m tm tr. rtn rvlondav aiternoon. while DiavinK hiw u i ui iue vif.iuns ui me vuinau omn uaus half harrelnot nuite half filled with water, at 375,000. The writer thinks much bv fallin? in head first No person was may be done for the suppression of this 3 . . . ...... t I 1 I . , . I IT 1 " - -O . . - . i : . ikn hi t ronen iniinn i mnnirnn trniiic. nv a vicrnrnii pnnri nn nti'i r ml i nr. unit: l i t r: luiiu t, m-m , ...wu..wmw . - . . . ww. ' " - . I ... . -. . r. - I -w-r - T . U A .-tl r- ri Wl.f H t . l k on hr.nr. nnd iffi lhf rmrt nf .lh Kritish tTOvernnipnt to on-1 IVedncsaav, iuo wv u uayo r j i if ;t II ill loaiUH auuui r- f rw-t, uiiwiug . I . , ... . F . . , .. ., 1 t A mnnampn iri in mnTTnt fnr ...".;nf TVp.i.hurumntt Hiraia. en a traae wun Airica. ana maice litneijuoe. ----"6v" lw r. " r-vb-r- w iJ Vd.kMVM .w.vJg- - - - ...... r Convention for Sontliern Vermont. The Executive Committee of the State Anti-Slaverv Societv have resoiveti to call a ceneral Anti-Slavery convention for the southern counties ot Vermont, to be holden at liuiiana, ou Aucsaay ana davs of Moore & Slinipson, idj luver i roy. Sidney Allen, IUlecr. Davis, Haniblm & Co , Buflalo. m. , . N. Hotchkwj. do. Thviaaa Richmond, Richmond, Ohio. J. M. Goodman & Co. Clevelan l. ". hio bT "Troy Tow Boot Line." Cocnties Shn. s dUj, at 5 P. M. Mark packages. " Troy &. Michigan Line." Those who feel disposed to sou a re their nrr- tice to their profession, and uve the Sabbath from desecration, are res pec tin: ly requested to patronize this line POTASH KETTLES. (J TT GALLON Potash Kettles, made oiViy Irom Pig Iron; also 30, 50 & 90 Gallon Caldrons, for sale , by the Brandon Iron Company. ir