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December 11, 1839.
VERMONT TELEGRAPH. 47 instructions, and who might be introduc ed, at once, to a knowledge of the holy scriptures and the' way of salvation, which ihpu nlnnp ruvil. if lhrf wa? hut a ( which you possessed the other day, when j you accounted for the waxing and wan ing of the people's feelings, you can show all the conversions which have been nar rated since your meeting began here, to be only a re-action of the animal spirits lf our fellow-citizens, ;who have the the visions of night, and as unscriptural as the fables nientionrd, 2d Tim. iv, 4. Wm. B. Stronu. ir! i Letter from brother Merriam. ' Springfield 111 Nov. 19 183$. p,,3r brother Murray :- More than ,,'vcars have elapsed since 1 parted Ai'h yourself and other dear friends in Vermont, to seek a' home and new fields .fhbor ia tis ra5t vat,c' of the Wcst The hand of a merciful Providence has ...M.niUr nnon us for iood. The ,'.onf cords of consanguinity, which once ' .I , tn tho home of mv father?, have ')'1IU ... , These Rpfnrmrrs sttonose sinners to . i i snn.itTpfi in rnniu succession, i . , . r ,.,i... be converted bv the woid onlv, without the Holy Spirit. Our Ami-mission and! Ami nomian opposers occupy the other extreme, and suppose them converted by an act of the Spirit's Omnipotency, with out and independently of i lie word ol truth. There is a wide field for usefulness in this Slate. Two things only, with the blessing of God, seem necessary to se cure the interests of the B iplist d.momin heart to feel for them as Paul felt for his countrymen. she could confide, and without loss of time 1 made known her business ; and to her iov she found them readv to render any as sistance in their power. Arrangements were soon made to re move the child to a place of safety, about twenty miles north of Baltimore! where it would be taken iood 'cara of till its icmovals, or by the arm of relentless i'.-uV yet there arc still a thousand en- I arill" COUSUPia110"3 which tiusier in ,e recollection of the past, and in my , mind are associated with the eter recn ' i n ; .ISC ill'l' H.n "II r i hill? of my native land. The names fji'ir breiuren ui nuc jmv.iuuo umu Vi whom in former years 1 have taken aeet counsel, and have shared in toil and rivations for the cause of our blessed IcdtfcmeT, vrill ?ver be dear to. me. The n ftf iKnm thrill mv hpart very mviiH"11 vt - 7 1 - Mil -r iif, a Jinil of mournlul pleasure. I jve labored two years as pastor of the , iptist church in Springfield One year a 3iis?ionary m the Springfield liap : Association and have recently ac- o 1 of tho pastoral care of the Baptist jrch in Upper Alton, Madison Co. 111.. vUdi place I wish all my periodicals Hitters from fjiends to be directed. ,ly health suffers some from excessive rs during the last year. But neither .;e,f nor my family have regretted, for n:le moment, our removal to the Wi st, i I remained in Vermont, Mrs, M. iU J juUless have closed her earthly i:so Wore Vhis ; but by the blessing our heavenly Father, she still lives, l 1 M'UrocI of tho i laiproveu iieuim. iuvitow . . ... i i i.i,k iiiv hive niioyeu uuoruhni uemm. ilu enough of ourselves. Please ac 1 ot my sympathies and condolence i you nnler your r.tlrirtion and sud- Wihi n beloved daughter. 1 know 1 i!!t';fics3 of losing a first-bam. Withe success of my ministry in this lie number of baptisms will present r.'.Mv correct representation. I have tV,;l 'a -ure of baptizing 140 willing wr, s i.ee my arrival in Springfield, c;ih ;i!i average -ot a little less than children, vouth, and adults may be taught to read, if they are ignorant, and where they can receive elementary instruction in the ureat truths of our religion. The caoture her citizen of this village. Four of the cars ! appeared deromlv grateful to Al. passed over his body, and he was instant-( Gjd fjr their freedom. ly killed. Mr. pra't was 75 yeirs o!J,j "Some whites fc'arcd vio'ei.e.- anC and verV deaf. The train was moving j crime. But it is a remarkable feci t!.a slowly, and within 200 feet of its Mopping , not a solitary negro h is lifted hi linger place. The engine. nar. noticed him, but i against a whitman since thi ;.ctof supposing he would step out of the way ; emancipation. Co far from exhili'.iiic a in season to preserve himself from dans;-, dispos ti .n to violence, there have l,Lvi er. When that became doubtful the j souw U aiitiful nnd Miikin' instances of brake was applied, (the engine bi.g pre- ,tht ir at'.iehaser.t tj iheir former pirprip vious'y reversed,) and every effort made; tors. O.ip young man, whose jwents to stop the car, and to alar.a the u:an, but t had died, uui him in sickness, m l he did not hear or notice the tiaiu until it , poverty, was recrivid bv one wh.. !-! ool UN- apprised her of this circumstance, and she ! was nearly upon him, and hum m h;s ef-; been his s.ave ;hat s'ave hiied a joj.n a in the J became greatly alarmed for her safety, j fort to escape, befell across the rail.' ; for the invalid, di-frayed Ifu exppnes , where t which she now saw was in great danger. I Adv. j while ill. and aft?r m d.-cease. paid the but see as we see, the readiness and cer-j mother could call for it and convey it to tainty with which these means might be New-Jersey. But before the mother employed to enlighten the ignorant and i could leaveBaltimore.it was discovered guide the inquiring, we think they would that she was there, and officers were em tio long remain unsupplied. ployed to arrest her. Some of her friends ThtS AMEKICAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL UN ion is endeavoring to open schoo destitute pans of our country It is said that "necessity is the mother of If the cn-rineer-bas a n mic'.e of con- i cost of his fjneral. Another funily IA Society is to constituted that we can la bor acceptably in these districts where people of various denominations reside; and we have already succeeded in estab lishing many hundreds, if not thousands, of schools on this plan, that are at this moment widely diffusing the blessings of knowledge and salvation. Our last An- invention," and she adopted the following . . r? ,. " ... , r ' iut poverty, and when the fotlK-r" d-t-d. etijits to , - - --the daughters were supported with cKer- ;-give himself that he neglected to call out f,10SS uv negroes, who had once Uvu hiratajiein to t-lu le u!i their ation, and extensively the salvation of ! nua! Keport, which we should esteem it a J i -I A U .. -II ThesH are. first, a suffic eat Yl ,v"t &C,1U lu d"..v sinner!!. number of ministers of the right' stamp; and secondly, a competent support for themselves and families. Will not some of our good brethren in Vermont emi grate to this country, and join us in hold- olie dressed herself in sailor',3 clother, and with a cigar in her mouth, openly I"-? u"lhr .1 ef the cse in season to apply ! communi.at iu this.nd tuUtqueut 11 i i i - i ;n niv i i 1 1 r i ivi . hii r i i i - frequently passing the officers without the leat suspicion or interruption. After she had been on board the boat a few min utes, the officers left it, and she soon safe ly arrived in Philadelphia to the no small rejoicing of her friends. In a few weeks she again set off on her journey to get her child, and in a short time returned with it; but her happiness was not complete, for she and her infant were liable to be arrested and carried into ins up the truth in opposition to the equal- permanent foundation, what sum of tm ly ruinous errors of Campbellism and j dollars is belter spent f . . . ,T , . , i One of our missionaries, who lately ivnu-nomianisrn f i ne maccuunutn uiy contaias a complete history of our opera tions for the last fifteen years. To prosecute this benevolent work, we must employ suitable laborers, and to sus tain them at their posts, we must pay ihem from four t five hundred dollars a slavery. She was honest, sober and in- T f i .111 A. I I It it i . sl II- year, it iney estaonsii inty scnoois on a dustrious, anu by tier cheerlul, oijligmg manners, had made many friends, who freely contributed towards raising a fund to purchase the freedom of herself and her in season to the oi l gentleman, s that he their slaves." might himself have been able to asceitam ! Such was the substance of the infonna- " !ll'frrriiMVV with i!n lnt- finrir t niMrr ii r t the remcdy-or r-her the preventive. ; A. ou thc .i;lm(. nas illli,e The responsibility ress on the proprietors ciety of another merchant of Bridgc for employing suoh n.angers and agents, '-town. From hiui uUo I received .similar r . ' I i i,rii ,i.nt 1 -talei:ioM iu re; UT to my f inquiries cor- It is a great, and ore evil in our Jond, tiia1 . ,. , 1 i 1 , , reponuin imu-ed to nt-arly that a;H" nc- ihe propiiao;s of public conveyances gen- CJUIll uf the conversation would be 'little erally employ a stt of men to manage iroie th in a reptt.tiuti of the same word and drive boats, cars, ttaffcs, &c, who : 1"-!,J unanimity of opinion om.u , ,, . . , " . ; sul-iect, is truly remarkable. Ojt p.:s- ho d human life in very low estimation. ; , . . , i , . . r, 1 1 . J . en2ers, tentv in number, have ri.IJui n mauuouu... m th ,nidst of his usefulness, estab- child. The money thus raised, added to quarter. iuan im- iisneu, in a single year, sixty-secen schools, ; that she had saved, ly economy and in iv li iti.ii. i'ait-.. i actor, eeii.p prin'.' :k fUiil itL.ti ! 11)11!' iiboii ;3 lb' fcltl.M, 13 Mi' : innl' imp help Leinj'f . south !.mt tin ! rict;(:!j! ova iii r S ll)(!M icnl im 1 iu'en i.nitv III 'In. !' irescnci' ivitli tl,i i laiiil i if .. .i ilers li.' itagiS t ! h cf tL e. 'i'l.o that tli';!);1'' I for ith inoic II or im :l that of ,d Ml! I htttUts n v Mtr thai MIOi.t) i'i:. .zancii- and ii.d1 captive 1j ,,ce us t!;C wiili Iivr ' noithern re'ation to M.ry t that J pfCCCS ' very a ill hli0 ,,e c.-tt" Hirdrng 11 echoes from every portant posts will remain unoccupied, or I and visited or revived sixty r.ii ,v,,. hH for ,( mm 1 number of chilcTren embraced fill into other hands for want of men. Q,'jincey,;on t'r.e Mississippi Peoria, on the Illinois Hennipen, Peru, and Oito- wa, at the junctions of the Canal with the Illinois River, and several other import ant points, are destitute. A minister is needed at Jacksoncille, at Winchester, al so at Griggsville, and at PiUsfield. Low er Alton is also destitute, with Greenville, Garlinville, and many other places which six. The idustry, soon amounted to a sum sufficient d in these jto accomplish her object; and upon muk- j ing application to me in Philauelpuia, i opened a correspondence with her master, and finally obtained a manumission for i them both. Children are seldom aware how great is the debt ot gratitude due to parents, or they never would willingly grieve them. Here is an instance of a mother voluntari ly putting in jeopardy her own libertv, md ne rom would not i "Children obey your pa rents in the Lord : for this is ri;ht. Hon or thy father and mother, (which is the first commandment with promise,) th".. it may be well with thee, and thou may est live long on the earth. Isaac Tatem IIoPpf.u. ef h' V Uai'.cv, during the progress cf a .ittd meeting in which he and my ore mutually engaged. After sever 'ii.'cossful attempts to draw us into c discission, he addressed a leVter v.her Uailey from which the follow- 5 token : Iv.though I can heartily subscribe to 1 3 riiy of your sentiment?, yet to some Ida mosl earnestly object, and voa to re-evamine these. In the r - of the Lord do look at thm again", v- one text within the lids of the good schools is not less than five thousand; and in April las:, he reported, as within his knowledge, Jire hundred and thirty six cases of hopeful conversions, during the preceding year, in connexion with these schools. Our .Southern fund is now exhausted. Every dollar ot the Valley fund has been expended for several months, and we have borrowed Jive thousand dollars to keep our few laborers at their posts, and must withdraw them from Michigan, Ohio, ought to be immediately occupied, togcth- and Illinois, unless help arists from some er with the whole range of the east and quarter in a short time. . . . ... . .1 Two or three collecting agents only ouih parts Mwetaie,i rom .urcu.gai, 10 emo!oved. whose remittances are the Ohio River and from thence to the wholly inadequate ta sustain even our re- Mississippi, embracing not less than one duced scale of operations. If pastors of half of the whole territory of the State. churches would present our wants to r .. . . , , . tneir people, at some suit tote time, tne so- lu a this recion there are not known to . , 1 1 . , , ,. .b ciely would then be saved the expense be more than two or three effort-Baptist iind tejav 0f sending for their contribu- . . r r- i . : I . . . j.i . l. . .. i- i . . i ministers, rlere jfarKensm, Ami-noun- lions, anu iuus uie wume uxioum. wouiu anism and Campbellism occupies the en- g directly to the supply of the destitute 1 I It .1 A t t .ho ovinn of wknt is And we would earnestly entreat tae c . I i u i sympathies oi private Christians and so- done by our pccdobaptist brethren, oi vho appropriate their collections, which I am able to give no definite state- from lime to time, as the providence of mpni Fir a descr'iDtion of the qualifica- God may direct. I o say nothing of the - i 1 r ! - l -r c 1 tr Vi i I r ft n --. mi i-o iY tt t I lions of the laborers wanted, I would re- p-:"""0 ,u'o this time. . ,. , , , sionary stations amoau. we neeu lor our fer you to apiece published a month or present domesiU wan.S nt iwtUlJ. two since by brother Peck in the Banner five thousand dollars, and we venture to &l Pioneer sav lhat li'1s sum judiciously expended . at this time, would at least do as much to Come over, come over, dear brethren, a(jv;ince the best irterests of our country, and help us, ere we wear out and die on as the same sum invested in any other the field. O, let our Macedonian cry be form which the wit of man has ever de echoed from one extremity of New-Eng- Usff . , , d n land to the other. The labors of brother ma-e thP sales of our books pay our; Newell have been abundantly blessed. missionaries-we reply, that we are pledg-. 'pl0V penn. Nov '23 J Two years since, there was not a church V st 11 .ur MH,.r on """" ti Mr Editor . . , , . and to Duruen mem wun tne expenses 04 in the whole region wheTe he labors, in Qur missionaries, wouu be to tax one favor of Missions and but one minister be- 2nss 0f the Christian community for the side himself. Now there is ah associa- sake of exempting another from contribu tions. Our publishing department pays its own expenses, and that is all we ask or expect from it. Donations are respectfully and earnest ly solicited, and may be remitted to Paul Bkck. Jan., Treasurer, or to either of the. subscribers, at 14(3 Chestnut st , Philadel- loo many ot them are the ver:eH rum-; lT1,JCj, cn lhe inland have visited nunv i- ans and savages. !os estate?, arJ conversed witli ret . ' numbers of peop'e. of various clu-jes, on Brother Auro.i Angtcr has removed ; lhis suhjvcl. We have ail f. an 1 butt.ne from Watei bury to Ilirdivick, and wish-1 sentiment. None of us have I nu an in- es hi:j corr-spondents to direct to the laltcr ; divMu:l who is not glad that emauripv . 1 lion has taken place, mid folly Sits'ud V ,ir?' I that its results have been U nefici'.l to ' m:i'pr an. l.ivi t,i the moril and tie- GcHCral 111! cIliTwIlCC. jcuniary wclfireof the whole poj ubtiuii. Emancipation is the Wks r Inpils. J00:1 Vho!csil!c Prices Current. A correspondent of the New-1 or.c C?m- t mercial Advertiser, writing from Barbi-j doe.", rives the following account of the ' Aniciicin, hi. results ( f Emaneination in the Wect In- AfeHl-8' ?' Kr l?d ' . ' IVt, do. do. do. dies. Lil. l (ltd. Ttsrm. whhr. V.rc!. Ltw!icl. Mom of the af t n eon I spent in the so- wee'.;, uar stronjresi u joscu aic 'j.'ll.h s, our most virulent anti-mis-J'rtis's. Not that the Campbell ius, -'ir:ncr?, are more, or even half as ions a the Methodists, but they are in I Jirect opposers of old fashioned ... of religion. They ridicule tne iJ.M of experimental religion, as 'm op'ra'.ion of the Holy Spirit on ..a, is of sinners. They seem to be :'y aftlicted whenever prayer is offer 1 (lod for a divine influence to fasten ruth upon the heart3 of sinners, or. ir conviction, conversion and par When they speak of the Spirit, mean only this spirit cf the book, and an intelligent agent by whom its are impressed upon the heart. 1 t position they take rniy be seen irom ion of 7 or 3 cnur-ches, and 400 mem- llo.viiij extract of a Utter addressed j ,hh u new hui two. Dear if of their popular preachers u broth-: jrolherf pray for us. Yours truly, JONA. MERRIAM. tting in jeopardy her own liberty, city 'ot a nierc!u-..t o! 1! i dge own, and of i e(J barrel, perhaps her life, to save her child course tl.. great subject eo'j:...r,l o-:r j l' .' slavery; and is there a mother who j COn vers -.tioa. He n.,i only spoke with ' jirfUroj- v'hi'o l'j. To n A 3a 4 75 1 2 ") I 1 10 14 o'J 12 O'J 12:0 10 oa iio Common Schools The readers of the Telegraph will rec ollect that it was notified, a few weeks since, that Thomas 11. Palmer, of Pitts ford, was to deliver a course of lectures in this vsllage, on the subject of Common Schools. It will have been observed, al so, that Oreille Taylor was to be lec turing in different parts of the State, about The latter lectured in this vil lage on Tuesday evening of last week. Th.? farmer had previously concluded his course. Both, it is believed, gave very general satisfaction. It is to be Inped that their labors will not by lost on com munity. The subject is one cf vast im portance nn l should receive prompt, prac tical attention. confidence of the b-.'neli'i 11 workm? ci wl."-," emanjipatinu, but st:iU 4 that all persons JirisHer, An nir.ni. lb. on tho islani were of the t:mc opinio 1. j u-tUr ' " "People in the TJnded S ute.3," said he, , ; tW.V, mmV.l, lb. -" may c.tll e-.nancipatioti an experiment ; j '.i;ytJ, but ticre we do t-.-.a call it s. ; me experi-1 sjieun, " metit is over, and the e..ol results of j Cl.ceie,vew ua'.k. " r - .. ii i 1 J-.UHC . mitre, b Iki, emancipation, are uutislacto; 1! y est-.blish- j i; c-i:ks ed " Like all others with whom I h id i rn,i!,-, niMihciu, spc?, 2s 11 2 1 1 4) 10 ... :a 14 15 12 S3 4.'! t Ii t conversed, he alleged the great rise 111 l fie value of real estate, as ample proof of the pecuniary benefits of that great measure. Oae estate of 400 acres was lately rented for 2,000 per annum. Another planta tion sold a few years since for 15,000, was lately purchased for 30,000. D ir injr lhe last two years one estate h is yield ed the proprietor, a nett income of 6l:-0,-000. The island he concluded, is iu a far better slate than it ever has iee:i. In reply to my enquiries respecting Jamaica, and difficulties slid to exist there, he replied, " In that island many are rai?i.'g clamors and fabricating rum.r!-, from interested motive.5. A large numoei cf the proprietors are non-residents. The resident attorneys and managers are natu rally desirous of becoming owners of r.d es;ale and of purchasing at the lo.vest ra'e. 1 hey hope that by fouien'ing or exarei' 37 ! 2 37 1 2j -ill 12 2 5 Brother O. S. Murray. Am. Sunday School Union, s Puil'a, Nov. 30, 1839.' Editor Vermont Telegraph t My Dear Sir: You will do us a fav- hia. Alexander Henry, Pres. Frederick W. Porter, Cor. Sec. still r.ccq.' ceoi ir,u.d lis rei ilio51 t. cenff' e hhv'. 1;l hedar5'-- tnd corn'?' would ha -in a wotJ; : yet, J'f" icl-lTor. Isaac T. Hopper, lhe writer of th? nttiol be low, copied Irom the Yfciuh's Cabinet, is the aur.i- ! 1.1,.. .:.lrt,1 4 'Plwun ia f.tmryGr' Tl !lA. or by giving lhe accompanying article 0 .ng a J- cf a fugitlve s!ave. Anynarrathe place in your valuable paper the second fr0U1 tj,e pen cf Isaac T. Hopper, may be mtirely tn?- in T)eremhnr. Dur present c ircu in- Telied urMMi for correctness in point of fact. Per- sou.licitt. gtcrf. Flax, (Arneiicjii) - Fiht CihI, (iund Ca'ik, i'-iutil -Ihiy, Cha'.eur, Ha-ldodc, -Aiackctcl, No I, hiircl Na3. AIcvive,dry Suited, No. 1. htr bj!;i.on,No. 1, 7otr, (JtNH-S.fc, M-h, - " l5dlt:ini)ie, Howard St., It ciiiiioad caiul. -Alexau Jri i vvhai f -live . - . - . .M ai, Indian in hhU. - Uruitr. Corn, n-i ttiern ychov,- buf!.el fcoulh'u Cut, yeiiukv viute - " ITye. no; ih n, IWiey, iio iiii'..-il - - UaH, iionhcru, (prirnt ) " FOUthC.n, IteW, - 44 t'o. dj. do. thiis;.nl. :U"ll)0(l Jlixis, tiortocin - jori.d 9 li 1 33 11 (I.I ) il l (. CO (i Ti til " .") 22 o.l 2 . 00 ; 00 (J i;2 ( 5' 5fJ G C7 4 2 4 U.) fin M 77 45 4 00 5 73 Ci CI 73 7 12 21 nting dillicu'tii-s, and fcCisttrinr abroad 1 rum jrs FuiitwPrn an I wt stern V. b.-sl Li'zlitb. per lim t r- ... ...1 liaps there is not the living person who has helped as many individuals to escape from American Slavery as Isaac T. Hopper. Truly the blessing of them tlitU were ready to perisB will rest oa Lid stances demand a new effort to sustain our operations, and I am sure you will most cheerfully contribute to help our Society, -1 I . i I t 'V ft L - r r in IhlJ ' haflil. 1,0 i . .,.Kr. ihotM. hv ma inuuence ui vuui ua u m n.o . . . . ,,,0,,,,. " UUIl lll'.'UJ, 'Him n.v. 1 j - - j jlAliiUAL AttLVllux. ,r ... -.r r.ii.. I 1 riTarJcd. My specifications are torm : v ery repecnany, , c Mt was a s;nx. t0 H. C!ag?etf, a merchant of Baltimore. Understanding ihat she was to be sold to a speculator in slaves, and taken with o'.herstothe South, owiag. The world, or unconverted I have been requested to forward you what is found befow. Pieasc to publish it in the Telegraph. If the Telegraph is not published place ii in the hands if you please of some other Kd!tr for in sertion in his paper Yours &c Isaac Tudd .Married, On Thursday evening November 21st at Troy Pa. by the U.w. Isaac To 11 Mr Amos Miin trd of Columbia Pa. t) Miss oaran o uuggies ul l'ouiwifv 1 Eighteen arid three-fourth j cents, iu the shape of postage, drawn from tit? pocket of a newspaper published, may be lho"t cheap enough f.r so valua ble a production as the foreiroinj. But fcr m v owti part I think it so well paid for that I cannot in con science tax myself eo much further with it as to give it clothing- far the pross it 111111 g imkeu, just ns it came. By the way, is it not a lfc'.la ludicrous to ask an Editor, if his paper is not i.ow published, to f;r- ol trou'do. "di aitcr ai.u ios--. 1 t i patii: will bi- created amoii llie absentee j Lard, Botru, nronrietors. and thereby hrire o-iantitics A 1 pontUcm, Hi 00 IS t 10 00 12 00 real rst-ite lie liirown into tho market. Ii is for their inter. m ther'f.uc, to cici:. i aIiou there i s i.i. c"ti.-rv ilo. black: Bj li-rioie ci:y ii.!:.ije Co. lrv hid ' N c w- York it-J , liht i:t(ui i!u. slau'.tcr Pi-tua di hidci ' . 1 ' " r , n t 1 . . u'atidl!:ro ; Malascs. Ncw-Ode.n.i vro;.ble with th. n.)iii. and t. persuade the world that j nro 'eny in Jai.ua a is ruin-d or ins.c ire. j Lr 1 1 1 : s reasoti fabric iteu or rumors are in.iastt ioii.-'y cir every possible ehuirivl. r natiCipatism Su.arli.ju.se 1 hi.-s iu,t wor : t, vve: in J.iiu.iic.i .-,s id ., 4 Barhadoes, but the actual cviis are fjr, very fir, from being s.i many, or so gvat ; :s individuals tlx're have Even for those evils such as ihey are, tne tihh Uiiit.-r Wbalp. itlj.itd Nei'i Foot . represented. . .1 j. lu-.ttr x arts, i i:. uu oi .. planters and managers arj responsible. ciej(. By harshu'. ss and mjusii.'e they u ive j .Mess alii-n-'ll t:u min is of lhe black?. Uar-J ing the sys-lera of the appiemirj-tiip, when . the .lanter's iule rest could be? pro. noted j by i', he swore that the labor of e.-.ch j negi'ti ""as worih about seventy-ii ve cents j per day. Now when his iniert ?i ii' s in j t!ie opp i.e dir ciiop, he rj u a rrels with i barrel I u.! e l of ft . name ; ork ciy- .e,oidrub' kly, tw0 ,i good. l wxturt'i tfcd UentstfPt terpn intion 3kccbf. eC ; 5.: Henry utiquiiiesi V , I'rtacbcr' C ' )( Tl I n , 1 JA ...I . .1 w . lwi .m1tt -"""i uiiu ua iwi, ieeeic iuc ownn, . 2S Comforter ot Monitor," before 'ijve and obey Jesus, for it is on!j - d to ihose who obey him. 2i : Remission of sins, is not - J to an alien, sirvco the .coronation ' Lord, on any thing short ot faith, ance, reformation, confession onj IT). endetcmul life is only promised whp continue in well-doing after 5 on Christ until death. Hence H'upturality 0f se prayers which brgivoess without these oac and Mourning benches, anxious altars, are all as unscriptural as -j'nuillllljj, UUIICHkir CDUieS' ,Jr 1'Olw orders- o lhe atheistical lawyer on Frederick W. Portek, tor. tec. For the Telegraph. CHAniTY AT HO IKE. li . r 1 . . . I r.r. 1 t r With all his overflowing benevolence, she ieit ner masters service uu nu lhe arwstle Paul fell tor his own country- the neighborhood of H iddonfield, New- Jersey, ana ooiaineu a sriaauon as x ui nieslic servant, in a highly respectable f;iniil v. C M , had left an infant. K ,;. tA cntio tdr riirir ? ' . . . ... 1 . -1 . . 1 1 . What it it should hnppcn uianae ouicr Miioro, j.tMr ,i, h borers il ihey demand inorJ than j o paper ia not now published ? Whit nxt ? i 1 w.iii .' i-p,iii i.ir t i- mi.i 'r .? ;.'h; wor u A1.1. with Vl.i.nfir 'jiiinVt i I'.'i.eiit SS at.d ' T-il'u'.c, tricJ 1 exoibila;.; demand d the fcl I'rin.e S-J'd: Herd's (Ji a.' ltd Top, M.uthrii not the 1. 'i Canary I tctnr -Max Red Clover rorthcrn lb. Scutacrii Clover none I'. oap, .vincr.can luonn lb. Ca-iihj lb. - lb. 'tazits. 1st sort w-r II. 1 HW. pti'ijc' or S2X. ficcce lb. 'J 7 Zi 23 i 11 v 21 ) no 1 i'i 1 2H yj 2 S7 IS U I ;n 00 14 U' 1 12 C:i 2 s a to 1'J r.o 27 2S 2.i 21 2:i 23 1 ii'J 1 12 I 21 (.0 TO era 3 ) l 00 1 SU 2 fO 2 C I 3 00 1 37 1 62 15 IS t - 12 10 2 50 8 II 3 0 My worthy cor,pon1,..t he a prov ot; mci.l C f ielli- j J an original eonms. ter certainly the iea .,.,,, .,.r,.i,.,. .., v.,,.,.JMpS As corn.h. Ia J -i.. ...v . ...... . w j... . - i men,, 'for kis brethrtn, hi kinsmen ac cording to thtjltshi a sympathy which he lias not expressed for any other branch tf the human family. In the midst of lhe urgent appeals which are made in behalf of benevolent rather more than a year old, which she knew would hare to endure the horrors and suffering, incident to a state of slave fit "With a nioity of the philosophy .TiS " firat-bora" but taj Idee . :. i. ...1.4 I f vutiw.h shP hnrl larorp v nartaKen, enterprises in oilier countries u miuu.u , ,y, v - .-0y i ,, Wmio,. ,,-ntu- have millions thoush her master was not unusua l) in our own country who can be reached in a few days, (or" at mott, weeks,) an with little expense; millions who speak our own language, and are accustomed to !lhe institutions of Christianity ; millions who-have no national nreiudices -o en counter, no long-established customs of idolatry and superstition lo root out, and no ancient political associations to break through; millions of native Americans, who are without the means ol nreugious WonW if those "native Americans" who hve colored skins are embraced in tnese 'n'dlions lo whom ih Society contemplaies carrying the of BaWationr" I ask for inlurmation. Will the Fretndrnt or Secretary be kind enough to inform met Information on this point would hate a ma- there be.ng nr. Editor of a papsr, una mat paper not i or.,Tjvt. (f .' , jere men- in exigence, is altogctlu-r an o,iSinjd idea'- - j Hon that on my voya-e homeward I was Tub Gexesek Farmer and Albany J feilo.v paeujer wiia a ger.tieman who r., . . . . rv.ai-l ;.. i was himsell li ll'I.IIi.BIIW !1 I ( 1 Iif- 11' I v i n iii lo. c fihe proprietor 1 an estate ui 3 paper, to be published at Albany, nfter the j ,.in!:u:) slJ,e(i lh't, PniIlC foct?, anJa--w- -i 1st of January next, under me ntio oi crib'd to the same Mwrce tne rumors ot k do. i and c xiiiiion, l'ulied eu KiiGiie No. 1. No. 2- ;o. a. if. lb. Ih. Ui. lb. Iti. Ui. Ih The Cn V.KEICL.V IIKtiaiT- lleness, and ruin, which haw jf. Ar..-n. Co1kii. . . . . ... . UI-. severe. This renlered her Hie miseiauie in the extreme. It was constantly prey ing upon her mind, and greatly depressed spirits. At lenmh she determined to make an attempt to rescue her child from trw rrrasD of the slave-holder, aud she communicated her plan to me. But ap prehending her scheme impracticable, l discouraged her from attempting to carry it into effect, representing to her the dan ger attending it. But a mother's fond ness for her helpless infant overcame all opposition, and lo Baltimore -she went, r,Pfirt naluitaiinor with fear on the one hand, and etated with nope on u.c TTnnn arfivinsr in that CltV, She m0 th. hpst of her wav to tho house ol a colored family w.th wnom sne nau .w uhizftlor. beinsr a consolidation ofltrouo.e, idleness, ButVs Cultivator and the Genesee Farm- - , d , I Tf, ; J ckwmZ V,. ...i. c, mm iu uwtuueu uy i. v.:-i-. tj W0(ut Ca Cirouia;o gross atvJ o!t leluted , l. W. 11 and Luther Tucker, the present E ir.ors ot j falsehood. the Genesee Farmer, it is to be issued j monthlv at one dollar ner annum r-ub ufiouh-, l'a.ury IV.int, i J. W. It mi-. . " I I'.r.jX "Ti.ri-!';u n .My inenu proroecea. "ice Lr.t 01 ; l. (iwwui 1, h;:tivM. A :i Mit l ist was an interrslin" and won- 1 s. 1' Hvet'udt N. II. i dvrful day. I walked out in the morning "- " - lIi',.,'...C V " '" o o J f!f eo ...t.-VM-n. I , lienor! hi' fcc iHnel t-ntt nni lirreps- .- .1 1 . ! .1 1 1 ..in 1 ;r.ii.i io'jn:i tutu suicinti anu awiui su.iiis-v, , nsn..r r iv ij... ... , . or of the late Jesse Duel, publisher ot the that I wr.s ashamed to be een. and teturn- j.rfJ.c fu:f.r, t Nar.cy Eatuu.' i t- rmr h.ne-j I hj i-h-if,- 11S WtTe , In llll.i.ididifiti. ah mt V , 1..i- Cultivator and Luther Tucker. Fatal Casualty nnfrirH nnft iit.Mi.l..il K, prmvd.''il J'ltlU St" A distressin? ac- i entire coure'rations. Awe -md sacred- son, beyuicur i). HcbiiiSon, tn S.-ii-: Ii.' Wallet. cident occurred on the Boston and Wor-jness seemed to pervade the atmosp.'pre. ; T:7 rpstpr Rail Roil. at Framinham. on t Toward tw-finuor I ro'lf on', and heard m ... . Saturday last, the particular, of which many houses the voice of nnsinir and ! yt?vnn " " - n.: are tha iven in a letter froin the agent praise to God.. Many of the emancipated , p,illters in Ni-.v.IUir;'.ire and MJti.a?citj of the corporation. " Framing ham, Nov. GO, 1830. 'I ami grieved to say that our gravel trait? in coming into the depcl this fure- wearing on me contributions in" "S") a c0 oreO tamilV wiiu wuuiu v. . p - . .vorthv SfSlpS.W&!TS.portion ,Ca (been acquainted, and in whom she knew noon, ran over Mr. Aaron I rati, a norJiy negroes I saw si'ting by the roa i si 1. ' are nqu. !, 4v. ' reading the IVnaments a:$trirniiel a:no -i- . esi. -hi m-. -y ai.i. v.:i,- ci ;rrr them bv he British an 1 Foreign BiU ' WT'i f ;. an'1 "uV,"f. r l h'-'c ife.c,f - .. . . , . ,. , . .l-ilm P. I.a.rtiee. i.u f.ittr it u.ut-t II. uajl! bocety. which they higuly value au-i : of t,,u v,llse, 9. DJ died iu the tn preserve wilh gi eat care. All of them 1 mnpha gjf. - -- ' , nn