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VOL. XII. No. 33 126 fulfilled to the letter the promise He has men', deck, alternating all the charges ; from made. The future, then, to which we ihe shrill soto to the full chotus swelling confidently look, because it has been pre- and rolling in successive cadences over the dieted, is the change which prophets h i ve gay waters, the listening forests catching up announced i to come over the nature of the gtraja anj throwing back the responsive things in the social organ ization of man- ecfaa And herg -Q mid.channei nes tne LlnJ A time will come when the Lord .. . .... , - , ., , , will Wise up Branch from the roo: of sunken wreck of a ".nagged vessel her Jesse, who shall be the ruler of the lira- 'haltered "hurricane" rising sadly above elites,' and in whose days universal peace the waters " proud in ruin." While gal- and universal Kriowieuge man rcigu. lantiy Dreasuog tne wave sne struct pierc- This prince, so raised up by the special interDositloo of God's providence, shall be endowed with the spirit of prophecy. and be as cood as he shall be wise. To him iustice shall be, as a girdle, and 'truth a belt,' that is to say, strict and impartial ed to the vitals she quivered a moment " like a thing of life fahered goes down, her groan hushed in the bubbling deep 1 Such is a glance of the amusing, interest ing, and saddening variety meeting one justice shall be administered by him, since navigating for thetfirst time these proud riv the wisdom which shall rest upon Dim is ers of the West. Indeed it is the epitome to bo the special gilt ol Heaven, ana inere- ofa gUn, yet it must suffice. 10 e ne win oe incapauie m erring. c M friend and j Qad takeQ ou tickets fo .ides ID.,, peace sna be eve y vue e pre- New tWQ weeks CQnfihe T-nilinnr nnrl nr nat inn will nraetice anv I . ' loncef the destructive arts of war. because ent on board a Mississippi steamboat, we the desire for aggrandizement and oppres- concluded to stop here and take breath at ion,' as well a? the power of executing least. So the boat "laying to" for several injustice, shall bo removed. Independent- hours at this port, we took leave of our mot Jy of all this, the outward and temporal ley group of frieDds and ordered our bag iranquill.ty wi lbmorethanoverbalanc- (of h I should be a linle more ed by the spiritual renovation which is to . . , take place. The earth shall be full of a.c and say plunder ' here,) to the the knowledge of the Lord,' ays the "Southern Hotel." Notwithstanding our prophet, the law of the Most High will fellow passengers were representatives of then indeed become the beacon-light to almost every nation under heaven, with a all nations: Ltuago to the house of full share of ' Judges,' 'Generals,' 1 Colo the God of Jacob, and He shall teach us nel . Majors,' dc. (with somewhat a pre- VII 11 a nail, a ivi mil num ut uio I i I I a i .u - -i f i i l. ponderance of the military over the civil, uiht ' An. I Iha nnn it rif uraal nrhn I 1 ' ,ave o Ion and so Ditientlv endured all "versing the style, Cedant arma togae ) the contumely and the oppression for the and bent on almost every conceivable des eake of the holy and venerated law 1 they tination. Texas however claimed the good- shall be gathered from amidst all the nu- lier share, yet by jostling together for two lions where they have been dispersed, and long weeks we had become so coalescent, I IIILI t.1l. lll ' xney snail oe ,orougni oacK to tne land lhat ve parted with a feeling of regret. wuicu vjiuu pruunseu iu .rt.ora nam wnen He made with him the covenant to give to him and to his descendants the land comprised between the Euphrates and the river of Egypt, a land which shall then be fruiifjl in the extreme, where famine shall be unknown, and where no wild time, would of course come to undertsand certain things called by the name of sci ences: but apply directly to the child to speak out the knowledge gained by my in struction. If this effort prove successful it is demonstrable evidence of the fact I am laboring to establish j namely, that the child is benefitted. , I know the objections brought to over throw this system of benevolence, and also am persuaded that I am under no obligation to adopt every sentiment held by every member of this Society, more than of any other. The idea honestly fixed in the minds of many, lhat this society will ultimately rid our country of slavery, is to me as ab surd, and chimerical, as any that ever enter ed into the cogitations of a mad-man. But to the benefit received. Some have been released from the galling .yoke of slavery, and in part, restored to freedom. Civiliza tion, though surrounded by difficulties, is carried to Africa, and presents a barrier at least, to the infamous slave trade on the coast. An asylum is there afforded to those unfortunate, human beings, who are did not yield to the force of our arms and enjoy with us the blessings of our free in stitutions. I now view things in a very dif ferent light Did not ihe Omnipotent Je hovah, with whom is no future, regard this Melancholy Shipwreck. Thebrig Charles Miller, Capt. Hatch, that arrived here to-dav. fell in with, March 2Utn, fott the Florida Reefs) the wreck of the schr. Emblem, of New-Bedlord, irom Apalach- icola. bound to Havana. Ihe Emblem as a place of refuge, for such poor and op- saied from Apalachicola the 18th ult., pressed ones, as could find no sympathy in and was -thrown on' her beam ends, by a our Republic? " When will christians learn gale, on the 25th. After lying thus 8 to practice on this : great fundamental doc- hours, her masts went by the board, and " , .. frL-. u she rmhted, full of water. trine oi tne cross, . yuai!ue ye wuum . , :. r , ' , 1 Her crew consisted, at the time of the that men sDouiaaounioyou,Coeven5ouu- disasteof c t Le0nard Russell, Win to them, for this is the law, and the proph- Barjno. jeXt Andrews, Richard Single etsV Mav that time soon come, for then ton. and Yf. L.ord. She had also a Mr. would slavery cease to be. Last year 1 had and Mrs. Judah, and their two sons the pleasure of contributing my mite to the Charles H. Leland, supercargo, and Rob- aid of Colonization : and now ; with the ert M. L.opez, as passengers. same cheerfulness forward Jive dollars to vou, which I wish to be applied for the ben efit of the Canada mission, among the col ored people. I pray that the spiril of be nevolence, toward that mission, may not slumber. Colonization and Abolition. As my friend would not bring up old, stale ar guments, to prove that Colonization is a philan thropic institution,' eo I will not now occupy time , or space to refute those arguments. He has, after all, gone into an enumeration of the principal part I n stolen from their native country, but still are ; of the old, stale arguments' such as,6omft have so fortunate as to be re-taken, and restored ; been released from die falling yoke of slavery the term of his natural life: and inr,,. her surviving her husband,- the sUm 01 nett hmoutit of the insurance, sSall be par able to her, to and for her own use, free from the claims of the representatives 0f her husband, or any of its creditors; tut such exemption shall not apply where iha amount of premium annually paid shall exceed three hundred dollars. 2. In ca?e of the death of the wif, fc.. fore the decease of her husband,' the amount of the insurance may I e rnai9 payable after her death to her children for their use, and their guardian, if under are. Slide of Earth in Caxada. ru ihe morning of the 4th insL a large tract i of land of several hundred acres. Capt. H. saved from the passengers, Three Rivers. Lower Canada, slid off,.. Mrs. Judah and Lopez and of the crew, thc Tiver. There were upon ittwo house. Andrews, aingeiou auu jlj-jiu. several Darns, 4U norse?. cows, and oihcr however, died from exhaustion, soon after domestic animals, and 500 fine suar mi his rescue. The others naa pensnea oe- pje trees. The land went off gradual' fore relief came. Mr. Judah was a theat- and the inhabitants (including the mJ' ricsl jrentleman. His wife throughout J employed in making sugar, who tool- ti the four fearful days she passed upon the uarm as soon as they saw the trees mor. wreck, had manifested , jf real energy ol ing,) made their escape. The papers. character. She assisted to sustain her rr, , . P . husband upon : the. wreck, and he died in . "rT 5"k was j-i f r l .u:i I irouuc .u imo oitny huuui iuc year I ISO pr arms as did a!sa one ol her ch I- I. . . - i . , . ' ou. to their beloved Africa, though not always to their kindred and friends. These bene fits should not be lightly esteemed ; but I barrier to the infamous slave-trade' 'missionary effort &c. all of which have been met repeatedly. When slavery and anti slavery can be made to co alesce, then may Colonization and Anti-Slavery look on the enterprise principally as a Mis- not before. rluua,J cuu"i uuui urau u' For the Telcn-avh. the church has blessed it as ?uch. rnpv ctv am ARr.mir.NT dren the other died inthe rope by which he was lashed. This spirit lasted her until she was saved, when nature gave way and she sunk lifeless as it were, upon the deck. She states that, as she hung, with her foet in the water, upon the wreck, constant vigilance was necessary to draw them frequently up, as the sharks that swam iri fleets about the wreck, were An interesting revival was enjoyed in Ju- j From a brother to a brother, tchohad late- J ever on the alert to seizo them. And as our carriage started for our quar ters, the waving signals of 1 farewell ' from the decks left a throb playing chilly at my heart. . : -A stranger would scarcely be at a loss to recollect his latitude here, being almost con- beast nor poisonous reptile shall iniure or .tantlv met with the nranomen of Sonth- nt'siroy i Ana tne temple at Jerusalem I it shall be rebuilt in more than. its tormer splendor, and the walls then reared shall endure uninjured and unanproached by any foreign invader, .for the Lord will be around them like a wall of fire 1 Enw moreover shall be banished, and the di visions and quarrels which caused twice our banishment, shall be no more heard of; for the reason that oppression both in ternal and external must have ceased, w.ben the anointed king, the Messiah ot the Lord shall reign on earth '.The fore going is a summary of the many coincid ing prophecies to be found in the Bible, ly 1839, in Heddington, a peiiy kingdom in ly become a Unicersalist ; and to Jiis the neighborhood of Monrovia, at which son, who had become a Unicersalist time thirty-six natives professed the religion j preacher. of our Lord Jesus Christ. This account is To his son: Dear Sir: In the letter found in a letter from S. Leys, a self-deny-1 you wrote me, you said your father was as ing missionary of the Methodist Episcopal much a Universalist as you were j and you em" at every turn : exempli gratia, 1 Southern Hotel," Southern House ' ' South ern Store and figuring at the head of news papers, as Southern Sun ' Southern News Letter 'Southern Reporter,' &c. &c. It would seem really that our friends the 'Southrons are quite complacent with the sun's looking down a little more vertically upon them than upon us. This city is of recent growth, yet it has already become a formidable rival to Natch ez, and bids fair to attain soon the ascen dency. It is a place of much commercial and it will be seen that the reign of the j importance, and its operations in this line Messiah is to be one of good will to all I are very extensive. Casting my eye upon the commodious harbor, I see spread out a field of steamboats, keel-boats, flats, and va rious other craft of nondescript character in countless succession. The town is situated on the inclination and summit of a consid- mcn. ti Ordination at Hanover.- On April 8, Mt. Ransom M. Sawyer was or dained as an Evangelist. Reading Scrip lures and prayer by Rev. David Bur roughs, of Cornish; Sermon by Rev. Jos. W. Sawyer; of Shaftsbury, Vt. (father of thc Candidate:) Consecrating prayer by itev. ti. ivenancK, or uornisn; Uharge Church, published in the Christian Advo cate and Journal, Sept. 20th, 1839. Now I suppose if no colony had been planted on the coast, no missionary would have gone to the interior, to proclaim the news of salvation ; and who can estimate the worlh of these souls ; or calculate the amount of influence that will be exerted through them, on the present, and on fu ture generations ? My principal intention was to speak of the merits of another institution,, one in which your sentiments and mine more near ly coincide. It is asked by opposers, where is the fruit of abolitionism to be seen but iu the broils and mobs that are becoming so common in our beloved country ? It is very gratifying to be able to point to facts that speak out on this subject. These stubborn things are numerous, but two or three are sufficient for my present purpose. Even in Alton city, where the cause has been so much persecuted, are its good effects to be seen. The colored people there have pur chased a church worth two thousand dol- were no more a universaiist man raui was. But, sir, Paul, after enumerating the works of the flesh, says to the Galatians, ' Of the which, I tell you before, as I have told you in time past, that they which do Four of the "passengers died thc first nisbt of the disaster, and Baring, on the third. During all the four days of their exposure, the survivors had for subsis tence but two lemons, an apple, and a little water. The survivors state thai they saw during the time twenty-three vessels, some of which must have seen them that one came so near that they could see preparations making to get out the boat for their relief, when, with a refinement of cruelty which can hardly be imagined, they appeared to change their minds, filled away, and left the unhappy beings such things shall not iuheritthe Kingdom of before them, to a lingering, horrid death I God.' And with this declaration he pur- Eastern Argus. sues them through the whole of their life, to the very last breath they draw till they are dead. 1 Thev shall not inherit the Kingdom of God.1 At the same moment, the Universal Preacher arises and says, they shall they shall inherit the Kingdom of God. I stand and hear them both hear this palpable contradiction. Now then, which am I to believe? The inspired apostle? Or, the Universal Preacher? To give the argument its full force, I wish to proceed one step further, and observe. The Proph ets, our Savior, and his apostles, all, with one voice, threaten the unbelieving, the wicked, with suffering to come. For ex ample saith the Psalmist God shall rain A Singular' Occurrence, and one which should be remembered as a caution, took place in Germantawn, on Saturday last. A family of eight persons were strangely affected on attempting to rise from their beds. The mother rose first, and on steppin? out, fell prostrate on the floor; the father, on hastening to his wife's assistance, met with a similar fate. The children, being awakened by the noise, and called upon for ail, sprang out of their beds, but on reaching the floor, every one of then sank helplessly down. A tit ol severe vomiting ensued, accom panied with violent pain in the head, e.ich one being affected, precisely alike. Un der these distressing circumstances, help arrived, and medical aid being summoned. the cause was immediately detected in a by Rev. Gibbon Williams, of Meriden ; the town and country from the dome of the court-house which well repaid the toil of as cent. The country inland, almost as far as the eye can reach, presents a succession of mound-like hillocks, as though the sea in a moment of violent agitation from conflict ing storms had suddenly congealed. These hillocks are covered with the original shrub bery, and crowned with beautiful residen ces. , -But the eye of the christian wanders in Right Hand of fellowship by Rev. Reuben Sawyer, ofN. London; Concluding pray er by Rev. Levi Walker, former pastor of the church. N.II Dap.Regr. , , Rslioion in Polynesia. Twenty three thousand natives a re receiving Chris tian instruction inthe Navigator's Islands; 3000 in the Harvey Islands. The whole population of the Sandwich Islands (108, 000) may be said to be enjoying more or less of the light of Christianity: eighteen thousand of the children are "in common stinctively over the prospect for ihe glitter :hools. In the Georgia Islands a work ina spires lifted heaven-ward bv nious hand of grace is in progress. N. Y.Bap Adv. and looks in vain. In vain he listens for ""trnniiniTfiTmn 11 lhe ' church-going bell ' and the inspiring VERMONT TELEGRAPH. . cadences of the deep swelling organ.' I nniNnnv wtTvu,;niv tUD oa ,o, no,ice on or two diminutive houses of wor- . . .-' 9t ' L. ship, one of which belongs to the Presbyte &3- The Editor is absent, as anticipated, rians. There is a small Baptist Society while this paper goes to press. here I learn, constituted durinjr the past There- is a rush to the theatre every ara Kla KluflT nr I K ctraof e rarrnl n rlir laisl nut I r: r a-u'ha: 'liars, in which they regularly worship. upon the wicked fire and brimstone-an disjoined pipe of a coal-smve in the lower Mllll Irfflll IIIUII1II llllll Kit Wlltlll llllllll IIIU I -f... I a - - - - r--r o e i ti-.-.u r u i. :m tn.o., i . a .i ti i .u i i , . r. buiuc asaiaicuiuc nuiu a ueiguuuiiiig i uuiiiuic icuipcsi i xiu aain 4 uc w iliv-1 oiui v , Uic uuurs aoovU tlUVin0" DfCn leit city they have paid four hundred dollars, i ed shalj Lnot go unpunished. Saith our Sa- ajr, the g ts filled the chambers, and and now when they gather for their month- vior If ye believe not that I am he; ye ly meetings, each, according to his ability, shall die in-vour sins shall be damned. My friend and I took a bird's eye view of Correspondent of the Telegraph j year, Vicksburqh, Mi., Dec 7th, 1839. j nrght, but how few visit the sanctuary of Dear Brother Murray : I seize upon a I the Most High. This city, you know, is leisure moment (made so per force) to drop! somewhat noted for its various exhibitions you a line by the way as you desired. I left! of mob violence, especially in hanging up Columbus, O. about the 20th of Nov. in the gamblers, a year or two since, without , company with a friend (Dr. P. of N York) judge or jury the branches of a large tree . and ta a day or two took steamboat at Cin-1 serving the unhallowed purpose of a gal cionau for New Orleans. We had our full I lavs. O. H nw much ia noorlo1 Vi ora tVa .chapter of incidents on the way, none of pure and peaceable morality of the gospel ! lhis liltle bnd could be Sreaily multipled if whtch, however iaterestinir to rovself both While civil and commercial interests re luCdUS were provwea ior tneir support. I . . L .t- .. ' . I . , . . " . . I llSIVe PYlm !nrt tVio norra. rC ilia Tq!,. bi me vimc ana m reirosnection. mv nresent striKinsr a deen root into tne sou. metv is a i f-ss-- . o , , I j . , , plant of feeble and neglected growth. How iruui ecemoer, noping to see some proper important the injunction to pray the Lord resPOQse to what I consider a loud call on of the harvest to send forth faithful laborers into waiting fields. Yours, &c. N. N. W. brings an offering that is to be applied tow ards liquidating the debt on the church. Now is not this a noble example, and one from which while men might take a useful hint, especially such as are connected with churches encumbered with meeting house debts? This church is intended to answer the two-fold purpose of meeting, and school house. It is their intention to procure teach ers of their own color, and establish a repu table school, that their children may enjoy the blessings of education. Where but among the infamous Abolitionists can edu cated colored people be found ? Should they succeed, as God grant they may, I guess a certain sort o' folks would begin to think that they act some like men who have souls as well as bodfes. I am not a little gratified with the intelli gence contained in a letter from Hiram Wilson, missionary at the Wilberforce Col ony, in Upper Canada, published in the Telegraph of Dec. 25, 1839. I rejoice that self-denying spirits are found, willing to go among these refugees and teach them the way of life and salvation : and no doubt And the great apostle If any man love not the Lord Jesus, let him be accursed. And with these threatenings of suffering to come, they pursue them through the whole of their life to the very day of their death till they are dead. ' They shall not go un punished.' The Question then is this will they go unpunished? Go unpunished? When all tbese inspired teachers say they shall not? Do these teachers deceive them ? If, when they say Ye shall not go unpunished they tell them the truth, then, when Univer sal teachers say ihey shall go unpunished, flo they not tell them a falsehood ? Are we hence the consequences. A few hours longer exposure to this deleterious atmos phere, might have proved fatal; as it was, fresh air and a little nursing restored all to usual hraiih. NY.Svn. Most Distressing Death. A man by the name of Taylor, employed upon the firm of a Mr. Smith, in this country. was accidentally killed some days since. oy a log rolling on him. He had under taken to make some rails for Mr. S., but before commencing, the latter had started for Tennessee, and on ihe 12th of March Taylor came to woik. On ihe 13th, af ter breakfast, he took a bucket cont lining his dinner, and went to the vooJs, where he had split two cuts of timber imo rails. and had nearly opened the third bein? baste will allow me to detail. Every one tvho knows any thing about the navigation of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers, is aware that every adventurer over this nature's high way;, "cincturing half a continent," must witness a full share of fun and frolic, vari ety and incident a frequent alternating and sometimes blending of the grave and ludicrous, the milling and agreeable such at could not fail to amuse, and sometimes to surprise and interest. The ever-chang- the benevolence of abolitionists. Certainly if it is the duty of missionaries to labor for the good of the colored race there, it is the duty of those who are living at their ease, on God's bounty, to impart to their necessi Wi,:i t i . 5i i, uuc x am willing, uiy ueari is some things, yet we so far agree in others that I venture thus to address you. Coloni tng view of scenery, the ten thousand kinds lzation, as I have formerly told you, shares l craft floating on these waters revealed largely in my benevolent affections, and I from every curve, and thefcparkling wit am firmly persuaded it is an institution flinging from boat to boat and from boat to blessed of God, notwithstanding tne disad cow and raft and "ark" and keel " and vantages under which it labors, and the the thousand other tl ceteras, with the ban- persecution it suffers. 1 am not about to ter and fun and the challenge and the retort:' brins: op old stale arsutnents to nmvo ihit and then the boat rac the thrilling boat) Unionization is a rjhilantKrnr.; - - . ".vjn lutlliuiiuuj Upper Alton, March 23, 1840. To the Editor of -the Vermont Telegraph Sir: Though you and I differ vastly in drawn out in pity towards the oppressed slave. L think, of the perils of those who have found a home in Canada, and con clude lhat such at least are capable of pro race If which amid the double excitement ' of the danger and the strife, makes the pul ses bound like the lashed waves dashing upon the fretted shore! Aad then follows! for now, as in the days of our Savior, is a tree known hy its fruit. When I wish to persuade a friend that the children in my school are making improvement in their the scarcely less exciting boatman' song 8tudie, T do' nor attempt to'' show by: a from a dozen practised roicea on the fire- course of reasoning, that a human being, Mailed March 39, 1813. V ? "' t ilh certain susceptibilities, trained in a t BaJ boaiaaM, BrctheToa'i laiijo at iu ' I particular way, for just such a length of viding for themselves. If not how did they possess the moral courage to undertake the largest. The timb.'r 1 not constrained to believe, and say, they slanting piece of ground, and while en deavoring to open it ihe log iolled down the hill in doing so, it had thrown him on his back, and had rolled on his lejrsas high up as the middle of his thigh.. In this situation he was held fast. He had cut off his mall handle with his knife, and had dug away the earth considerably about his person, with a view to effect his liberation. But in clearing his stick from dirt in order to make greater prosresf.by striking it against the lo?, it had "dripped over the other side oiifof his reach; he iben tried several small sticks, procured by cutting shrubs around him. but had failed. In this way the unfortunate man lay from the 13th to the 21th of March literally dying by inches! He was found ov iur. bmiih's boys. During this limy mr. naa returned, nni hpnnnir tk. do? This argument, my dear cousin, and my more dear brother, I now leave with you. It it is fallacious, you will point out its fal lacy. If conclusive, you will readily yield. And the Lord bless you, especially, with that Godliness, which is profitable unto all things, having promise of the life which now is, and of that which is to come. Chester, April 10, 1840. J. B. General Intelligence. Bridge across the Mississippi. It is in contemplation at St. L'juis to erect a magnificent bridge over the Mississippi, opposite lhat city. The gentleman who rn i layior nad commenced work and fronp supposed, did noi and its probable cost, has reported favora- l U?eaf-V The vviff of the deafi n,an was appointed by the City Council to ex- ay,or naa commence amine into the practicability of a bridge ?0mef as lhe fami,3' - i i teel uneasv. Th IV I b!y. The bridge, according to the plan he proposed, is to be 3000 feet lon from bank to bank to be supported by wireca-j bles to have only two piers and three ar ches, and to be elevated aove high water mai k forty-five feet, so as to admit of a pass age underneath for the tallest steam boat 1 he estimated cost is between seven and and persevere in an enterprize sd hazardous? nT nunfura ousana dollars Boston O, that the road through our border States were more secure. I would, that a hih way, guarded by Omnipotence, were open from every place where the clanking chains of slavery are felt or heard, to a land where no such oppression is known. When read ing the history of the. revolutionary strug gles through which our country was freed from British" oppressioo, I have often tho't ita gTeatpity lhat the Provinces north of as mougnt ne was workmsr at Mr. Smith' perhaps two miles distant and that all was well, lhe verdict of the coroner's jury was in accordance with these facts. imncy Whig, MarckZS. - A Law for the benefit or mt. RIed .Women Amona- th tdat the present session of our Legisla ture, is ihe following important one for the uriiem oi married women: N.. y. Bav tist Register. , x'VaP. Married Women. An art in ra.twi to insurance for lives for the benefit of mar- ueu women. I'aesiri Anr;i i ioia lhe People of the SUte of N vrl represented in Senate and Aisembly do en act as follows: yl. It Shall be lawful fnr .nv mnr. . . - - J .- wo(Tian, by herse f and in h by Roger, king of lhat island. The worl. men were a part ot lhe boot? taken 1 v bin in lhe wars in lhe Holy Lind. In France the first manufactory was estah'hfi at lours, m 140,by Louis At. lh work men employed there were brought from Venice, and other cities of Italy. The fiist pair of silk stockings worn by a mon arch ot Fiance wer worn by Henry 11, at lhe marriage of his sister. The nu n ber of silk looms now employed iu Francs is 84,000. They employ 1C0.2S0 wav ers, at an annual" expense cl 7O,fJ20,u?0 francs, or about 300 francs to each nt. er. The manufactories of Lyons employ 49,000 workmen. The value of lhe ra t material consumed in lhe kingdom is loO,. 623.330 francs ; an J the value cf lhe mm- ufactured article is 211,550,000 fr.ii.rj.of which 133,550,000 are expo ried, ar.dibe remainder, 73,000 francs, consuuu-J a France. Boston Press and Pod. From the St. Louis Republican cf April I Indian DiSTURBANcts.-Bythceaa. boat Euphrasie jtve received, yelvtdav, two letters from Fort Leavenworth, ce scribing fresh Indian difilcuiiits on cur North West border. , We subjoin the fal lowing, which comes to us from aa of ficer in the U. S. service. Tne other ii also from an officer, and takes a wider view of the whole subject. We are una ble this evening to get it into type, but shall give it a pldce on Monday. l ne Indians, prompted by Ihoir staivmg and impoverished condition, and knoxk lhe small number cf efficient troop a Fort Leavenworth, may be induced tara lo great lengths; and should ether triki combine wilh them, there is cause to ap prehend tbe most ftaiful con q-jencrs u our frontier scalers. The substance J our informant's later is as follows: "Strong symptoms of open war ran lately been manifested by the Indii south of the Missouri, bordering on Ea chanan county, the north-west cour.tr cf this State, The citizens of this coJi.jt have addressed two letters on thc su!k: to Cot. Kearny, commanding t F J Leavenworth. The. first, d .t. d I i h in-L states that many of the Otoes from thcli ; Platle have crossed into the Suite, ::is:u l parlies of fifteen or twenty, ani have im pudently and forcibly levied con'rilytifss from all of the whiles that they m t jth killing their stock, and DJ.mga-.vv whatever ct grain aad ;1k: illi iht j' might want. Colored Emicrants. Thbii Por poise saiied ye.'.erday forBri'.ih Gunns, wilh seventy colored emiraiits in loiri The passengers were-comfoitiV.v pwid ed for, and seemed buovai.t wih te Vz est anticipations cf theood foisue t -awaited thfin in their new hom. A" sel will sail for Trinidad on Wed-e? kr and we unJer&tiud that one buiid'tJ twenty persons have alrra ly ttLtu p sage on board of her. Battaiurc m Steamboat Raci.no. The D-.3 Courier of yesterday mo ruin? cci;'- communication from "a r asseisgcr,' C p ing a statement of facts in reh'ion'o steamboat race in thc Sound on Thiif last, between the steamer New YrW bound to New H-ivvn, and thf Ximr. baund to BridgepoiL The New Yo beat her antagonist, and ihe - passtaM" has fulfilled lhe piomise h-in iJe . captain, that his boat should have the en it of it, as soon as he got to Boston. This s-'teainboat racing is poor bs! and should be exposed whenever it ;' known lotake place and the Loits are known to be engagtd in such d Srr ous experiments, should be avoids -u the small pox, cholera, or p!3gue u-s9 board. -Bostnn Journal. New Counterfeits. Messrs. L',e and Davis of this city have sho-.vn ' new counterfeit three on the Oafidi C' at Uiica vignttte, a looomrlive anJ tv oa the bank of a river, with a bo;iH!cr ing ; payable to S. Thompson; dA-d J3,' 1, 1830; J. B. B. Lansiug.ctshi A. Mann. V. Pr!.i,l..nt litpr A', t" IS words !NTw Vrb cr.. v..nA' tn left, the design of a female figure, y c the right a two masted PeS. A'-3' The whole number of births in Phila. delphia last year was 7,262. Deaths, 5 113. lioston frets andfost. Copper Ore. The Wisconsin En quirer mentions as a" fact, not ffenerillw i.n .k. i " kuuwu, main lare quantity Ot ennnornr. has been shipped from the western narrof iuui lerriiury io ingianu, within the past year, iu uo smeuea. it is tniri thi ik,. is oi so valuable aquality that it yields the h h ' e 0 aay Prson, exporters a handsprae , profit Boston f a,ssfnt. as her trustee, to cause to JL I C UfhU, T USk. I , , aov, kMO I liO 01 flPr aasoana for any definite period, or for ried er counterfeit five on the Stale Bank ot diana such as we have before describ"1: Seven counterfeit bills of tb? foniif nine of the latter are in their poshes?'03. No arrest has vet been made. Tbese M will probably "flood the country, .f. caution on the part of the people. Jc. counterfeits on the Oneida Bank are iU" ously exwuted. Chicago American. Holmes's Case. When wr state Holmes had been set free, the oih.'r3J some of our contemporaries t'1.0l,o'JL5, must be mistaken. The following. the State Paper of April 14, cxplaiw" confirms our "-tenant: Pr