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N i I , on 10 id ill ' :g lo ir no u id in tat of ey ? is no Aug. 2G, 1840 which I recently attended were assembled people from all parts of the land, of eve ry order, complexion, and stature. The streets were lined, almost as far as the eye could reach. The rattling of carriages, the bustle of the crowd, and shouts of crazy auctioneers, were nearly deafening. As Isurveyed the clamorous multitude, my mind was agitated by mingled feelings of pleasure and pain. Pleasure to con template the progressive march of litera ture and science, and pain, to see the pre dominancy 0f vice and immorality. hi one place, you might have seen a .company of men so called, gambling nway their money. In another, wrestling, anJ forsooth, fighting. In one place.you might hive seen a tumultuous rabble, crowding around a temporary shantee, wiili all the avidity of starvation. You K.ijfr. have seen men standing within, who ha n J led bottles and glasses with al most incredible agility, dealing out 'fata, U leluvi' to them, and to the clink of lanmmon's box, gave most rapacious ear.' In other places, you might have seen oth er mvn, (the mere wrecks of human be ing?,) us they passed along, 4 reeling with v. debauch.' Here a company of youth, l (utilizing-, and sporting with the tattered f ng nent of a mnn inebriated, and there pill; rii.g from a pedler's carb Ever and anon, the streets echoed with blasphemous or.fi?, and the loud acclamations of a mul ti"uJ.y sporting over the drunkard, as he rolled in the dust. Besides every tavern ktiire, and grocery, which sold liquor, t!i -re were some three or four out-estab-ii-hments that retailed ihe same. Lr.c at these things, reader, and tell tr.r, are njt they deteriorating to the mor n's cf society? Can there be gooj cmoh at such a time, to counterbalance 'I'm evil? Ag-iin : if wc take into the account ihe it. . . witoie numoer ot commencements m trie United Slates, how vast a minority of kvliDlesome influence there will be! It i;ny be said, that it is unfjir to judge all, h" one. Hut, at ihe same time, it cannot In- ch ;ul bu. tint there is a general re- :i n'jlance in their features and character- is ics. This view of the sublet shows inclusively that their tendency is deterio rating to morality, and also that it is pros- in:iti T to intellect. If this is reallv a cor-i-riew of the subject, is it not high time ti nroii3J every citizen to a realiza tion .of ii ? I do not intend to snv that Inminenremcnts are the immediate cause f sue Ii evil tendencies; but I do mean to Uiy ih U they are the occasion. Without lu'cn iM to the responsibility of present- uj o-.c,ieion3 to otheis for offending, 1 iiiil;, are these celebrations absolutely ne- I et ! y ? If not, were it not better todis Ip'inv wiih them, than to present ccca ijtij ul.xli will corrupt the communitv? : These must, evidently, flow from these 1 1 'uri'i f:, poisonous streams which pour a , dc-o! ahvr iiiflucnce over everv portion o t: !:-:.d. Omega. VERMONT TELEGRAPH. sold about 400 copies of the Bible, and have orders for upwards of 500 more." Can any person read the above without rejoicing at the results of emancipation in this island? Notwithstanding all the embarrassments and turbulence alleged to have followed it allowing them To the full extent that falsehood and exaggera tion have made them, and they areempty trifles compared with the benefits. Wha't a pity it is that the people of the United States could not be sufficiently united to copy England's example, and devote a portion of the national domain to th nnr chase of the emancipation of the colored people at the south. Baptist Register. Truly, no one can "read the above with out rejoicing at the results of emancipation in this island1' and all the other islands where it was more immediate, and conse quently has been longer enjoyed, and with equally favorable results. The wonder is that the Editor of the Register and others will do so little to bring about the same re sults ia the United Slates. He talks about the " people of the Uniied States " " copy ing England's example, and devoting a por tion of the national domain to the purchase of the emancipation of the colored people at the South.5' Now he ought to know, in the first place, that England has set no such ex ample. Np purchase of the colored people ; has been made. True, after Parliament The steam packet mentioned below is understood to be one of Cunard's line, mentioned some months ago, to ply be tween Liverpool and Boston, by way of r T I y. 195 viduals, who are requested to fill and circu late them, and forward them to members of the Legislature in whose fidelity they have confidence. Halifax. This is the spennH r.n tht h-e ! -- ..14 VU hUUh AJUO I . . mmmi arrived. AniOnnr thfi nasspnirore lUronrn I Rpllrrwtlia Tnf nil l nnnnn said to be brethren Garrison, Grosvenor and Colver, of Massachusetts; Rogers of New-Hampshire; and Galusha.and Ful ler of New-York, on their return from the London Convention. From the (Boston) Daily Morning News-Extra. AKU1VAL OF THE ACACIA. Designation or Missionaries. . On Tuesday evening, July 28th, the interesting services of setting apart four Missionaries for a foreign field, were con ducted in the meeting house of the First Baptisi Church, (Bro. Ide's) in the pres ence oi a very lare assembly. The breth name of George Wild, while amusing Cambridge Boron-h to Burlin-ton. All himself by Dlavinsr on a ...i ! .u r?, ,. . J An nr, " " . ""uu j"1""") vipers wi i can on me subscriber, o afternoon ,n Cross street, Ml, a distance door south ef th, meetin. hn J. w Z l oi aoout su itet, breaking his lett arm in ' nnv;, r,. : Z: i i . ; r v iui tiiciu in ins vicumv. ... jiuivj, auu ctcn 1,ictunn'ir illS head. He was alive this mrnino- but little hopes are entertained of his recover-. Boston Transcript. " Ten days later. The quickest passage vet I 1 FT.f T'Z"' Onh, hrrh-, n,,j s.JL Jr- ; f Je'4ln-and members of the First ervaan J ubJ'om ) baptist Church, and Bro. Alfred Constan erpoo Monday, Aug. 17, 1S40 ns Acadia, owinir to the smoke and! haze, on the bay, was not signalized at Boston, till about half past eight this morning, when she came past Long Isl and Head; and by a quarter before ten she was in her dock. jtme and wife, whose ordination and mar j rige took place a few weks ago in Mount Holly, Vermont. Philadelphia Baptist Record. Missionaries Ukturxed. Theship SaluJa, Cant. Parsons, for Africa, which sailei from Norfolk, Au?. 4th. having on The Acadia is a beautiful steamer, and ? board the Missionaries, Brethren Constan is intended as the crack boat of the line. tine an( Fielding-, with their wives, suf- ull well has her first voyage fulfilled her ' teri?d SJ severely in a gale of wind off the intentions! She left Liverpool on the afternoon of the 4th, and of course she has been only about twelve days and a half on the route, including the stoppage at Halifax. This is the quickest passage ever yet , made from England to the United Slates! The Acadia was detained at Halifax live hours longer than otherwise, on account had decided to emancipate the slave?, it foolishly gave the planters 20 millions. Af ter it concluded to stop the robbery, outrage i lne dense fog. and murder, it bestowed this erifL lest the he Plan siz?' and nrrapgement planters should take occasion to say they had suffered loss in being compelled to be come honest and upright men ! But was there any bargain in the case? Was it left optional with the planters to accept of the 2l) millions or continue slavery? No such thing. The emancipation was in spile of the planters. The 20 millions was a gratuity. So much for the fads in the case. Now lor the argument. Let us " reason tosreth- of er." To talk about purchasing the emancipa tion of the slaves at the South, is to talk about hiring men to stop sinning, it i3 re ducing right and wrong to merchantable commodities, to be exchanged for dollars and cents. It is sacrificing righteousness to selfishness. It is laying filthy lucre upon the consciences of men, instead of the Truth which the mouth of the Lord hat'i spoken. I ask where christians find their warrant for such proceedings ? Do they find it in the precepts or examples of Jesus Christ or his apostles 1 No nor in any part of the Volume of Inspiration nor iu any revelation ever made to men by the Holy Ghost. Possibly I shall be met here and asked what I would do if I had a relative, or friend, or fellow-being, who had fallen into the hands of cannibals, mussulmen, or pirates. Would 1 not give money, if I could thereby release them ? My answer is, that if my brother, or my fellow had fallen into the jaws of a quadruped or biped, so that there were no other way, in the nature of the case, for me to obtain his release, I might be in duced, if I had the mean, to prccure and give what mbht be required by the devour er as an equivalent for his freedom. If it were a hungry tiger of the forest I had to deal with, and a leg of mutton would be re- capes, that she sprung a leak and was obliged to put back in distress. The ves sel arrived at this port on Saturday, and the Missionaries are all well. The ves sel is undergoing repairs, and will be ready in a few days to sail again. Phila. Bap tist Record. eived by him in exchange, I should pro r .1 . . I , . 1 1 i jrejomg is irorn a young man uoi cure it wan me :easi possioie ueiay, ui auy Jtl in college. Whatever connection he needed expense within my power. II it were nay Li-.v, in future, with institutions de-1 a human tiger, in the shape of a follower of ib id t.) make men wise and useful, I trust the False Prophet, or an Australasian can- li.ut, white he avails himself of their bene- nibal either of whom, is nearly as far e- ii's l.e may be preserved from their contam- moved from the reach of a christian as the i.u i: ... and corrupting influences. The four fooled beast itself and money were t fa i: u U. ha here taken against college the thing demanded, doubtless I should en- .w.'Mcement, with their present charac- deavor to procure it, if other means failed. I'ti-iics indicate original "thought, decision Nmv fnmM . icst. We have here ap- f trluir.rii.r, and moral courage which prom-1 roacheJ ar)0jat where it will appear ilul.ios. While improving ycurneau, . . abolitionists, or their opponents, '-.uii the avenues to your heart, my broth- . f t e truj courteous and charit- the Acadia, very much resemble those of the Britannia; with the single exception that she is rather more splendidly furn ished. Her machinery appears to be of the most perfect desciiption, and she is indeed an object "good to look at." The Ajadia was saluted from East Boston and from the Navy Yard, which sne returned. Before going into her dock, she took a sweep up past the wharves, and around by Navy Yard, exhibiting to the thousand anxious gazers who had sudden ly assembled, one of the . most perfect models of naval architecture that ever floated. We have by this arrival, our regular files of London papers up to the evening of the 3d, and Liverpool to the morning of the 4th. There appears to be no revival in trade, and commercial prospects continued rath er gloomy. Nothing new from China. Threatened European War! Arming of France! The engrossing topic of the week has been the disagree ment of the English and French Govern ment on the Eastern Question, the settle ment of which England, Russia, Austria, and Prussia have agreed to attempt with out the co-operation of France. The French, at least the French pikers ex claim against the perfidy of the English; declare that the alliance between France and England, which they now say, thy always regarded as hollow, is dissolved ; and threaten insiant war against England and her allies The belligerent tone of the Paris papers had caused some uneasi ness on the Stock Exchange, where the prices of all kinds of stock have fallen. We believe, however, that the quarrel between the Sultan and his Viceroy will be settled without provoking a general war in Europe. The London morning papers of the 3d August, in common with those of the whole of the preceding week, are filled with comments on the menacing tone and attitude of France who is terribly indig nant that England, Russia, and Prussia should attempt to coerce Mehemet Ali, and prevent him carrying into effect his designs against the Sultan. From the London Standard. The Moniteur of Saturday contains the threatened ordinances for the augmenta tion of the army and navy of Fiance. The voung soldiers that still remain of Baptism. Our hearts have been made gladd uring the last month, by learning that several of the churches in the city have again visited the Baptismal water. B o. IJe baptized five. Bro. Kennard ten. Bio. Gille'.te, eight. We learn also that a baptism took place at Point Breeze, on Sabbath, two weeks ago when three persons were immersed in the likeness of their Saviour by Bro. Porter. Phila. Baptist Record. Mission House burnt in Burmaii. The latest information from our Missiona ries is a letter from Bro. E. A. Stevens, Missionary at Maulmain, dated Feb. 10, 1840 an extract of which is given in the last number of the Christian Watchman, which states that Brother Stevens had, the Sabbath previous baptized five persons in the tank under the Banian tree which stands in one corner of their compound or enclosure. It slso furnishes the distress ing intelligence that a fire in the jungle back of Mr. Vinton's house, spread so rap idly that it was impossible to stay its pro gress, until it had completely destroyed the dwelling house, boarding house and appurtences. The house was occupied by Mr. Abbott, whose loss was about 300 rupees. Mr. Vinton's lossnotascertained. Phila. Baptist Record. Narrow EscAP.-Mr. P. H. Schenck, of our city, had a very narrow t scape James M. Bee.ma.v. Boston Wholesale Prices Current. .Hum, Atneiican, lb. from the melancholy fate of Major Hatch, Ashes, Pearl, pJr ioo lbs. at Poughkeepsie, on Wednesday. Mr.1, do. do. do. Schenck stood leaning agaimt the door I buAel, From - & 5 37 4 87 To 5 &u 6 12 heif, mess, barrel. No. 1. f-iiine, Beeswax, tVee, lb. yellow, Bristles, Aii.eiican, n. post, when Major Hatch brought him a chair, which he took and sat down in it, a few feet from the door. Major Hatch then took Mr. Sehenck's place, and short ly after the fatal flash came, and pass hi" down the bell wire to the knob, against j BtUr, .-hipping, 4 which Mr. Hatch was leaning, passed I candUs?nuniJt b. irom thence into his back, causing instant j dipped." death. Mr. Schenck and three or four! sperm," other gentlemen were prostrated by the Chcese.new milk, liffhtninsr. but suffered no serious injury. 1:ne 'fm"r? burf. iV. 1. limes. Feathers, no.thern, j;ecs, r 1 75 2 2i 2 00 2 50 WW 13 00 1100 11 60 33 40 25 35 10 22 13 23 70 11 25 14 10 Notices. Received fice dollars from a friend to ihe African Mission, living iu Crownpoiur, N. Y. Daniel Packei:. Mounlholly, August 22, 1S10. The next anniversary of the St. Law rence Baptist Associaiiou will be held at Stockholm, on the 2d Wednesday of Sep tember IS 10, at 10 o'clock A. M. J. M. Howard, Clerk. General Intelligence. The twenty-filth anniversary of the Hol land Purchase Bap. Ass. is to be held with the Baptist church in Springville, on the 2d Wednesday of Sept. at 10 o'clock x. M. Brother Templeton is appointed to preach the. opening sermon. The next meeting of the Fairf.el Bap tist Association will be holden at the Brick Meeting house, at Fairfield Centre, to convene on the third Wednesday of September next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. There will be preaching at the Brick School House in the south part of Fair field, the day previous, at 2 o'clock P.M., at which place persons will be in attend ance to receive and entertain any who may come in to attend the Association. J. M. Beeman. Essex, Auar. 20, 1810. NOTICE. The Ministerial Conference of the Ad dison County Baptist Association stands adjourned, to meet at the house of brother V. G. Johnson, in Whiting, on Monday, (September 21st,) at half past 6 o'clock, P. M. Sermon, brother Bryant. Skeleton, brother Hays 2d Cor. G : 10. " brother Fisher 1st Cor. 0 : 10. Exegesis, brother Jones, Bom. 1) : 3. pound suu.lieni. geese, fYor, (American) fVi, Cod, Gand Hai.li, quintal -Day, Chaleur, ' Haddock, - LlaAeit!, No 1, barrel No 2, " No 3, Ale;vi,c5,diy saltcd.No.l. bar. Salmon, No. 1, - do Flour, (Jeiicscfc, ca-li, - Jo P.iltnn'.i.', Howard St., do llicl.mond canal. - do A.exau-Jna whaif - di llye - do JileaJ, Indian in b'oU. - do 37 S2 37 37 45 9 12 1 75 2 25 1 50 1 75 S7 1 00 11 OJ 11 25 9 00 9 23 4 12 4 37 15 00 16 dO 5 37 5 50 5 63 &50 3 00 3 00 vkj:icl.y m:cr:iii. N. T. Sim on Crownpoiut, N. V. J. Hint k ey, l'ut Mills, (icn. Oudjfr, " C. Carpriitcr, " L. Temple, jriagfii.'lJf 4 ro j 10 2 CO 1 i.l 2 CO DIED, In tins village, oa Tuesday, 13t!i in?t., of con sumption, Amanda, daughter of iJcncon Caleb Ki)ov!(un, njroil 1. In Arcadia, N. V., July 27th, J.-rusba Teraes, aged fj . in ihia villHp, on Friday, 21st inst., of dysente ry, Hannah Ki.izabetu, wife of Augustus K. Fuller, aged 24 years. Consumption and Liver Complaint. 1 It . T AY L O R ' S Balsam of Liverwort, HAS been used successfully for eis'it years in the cure of tboe diseases. Kcraeu,bcr! the original an 1 genuine is made only at 375 liowt ry, N. Y., all others are sjur.ous aud unau thorized! Consumption and Liver Complaint.' As a general remedy for these diseases, 1 am fully sat isfied, from lon f xoerience, Iheie is no medicino equal lo Dr. Taylor's HjUam of Liverwort. i?e in purely vegetable, it can be used wi'.b the ut most safeiy by all peisons in every condition. It cleanses tl-.e lu;igs by expectoration, relieves dif ficult breathing, and seems to hea the t hct. - There can be no quevuen, but this medicine is a brother Wright, Gen. 2 : l 7. I c.ltain cure for cluuuic coujrhs and cold. I bav ro Building by Steam. We have three powers which are carrying1 on a warm controversy for the ground of physical operation, viz : steam power, horse pow er, and Irish power. The first of these is decidedly gaining upon the others, and it has now made a new and important con quest ag.iinst Irish power, which both horse and steam have heretofore attempted in vain. We allude to the hoisting of building materials. The great difficulty in applying steam to this business has been the constant necessity of changing the position of the machinery". But the in vention of the Central CranQ Hoister has cured this difficulty, so that now you h.ive only to hoist a mast in the centre of a site, place a steam engine by its foot, and all is ready. There is a fine arrangement of this sort getting up for the erection Trini ty church at the head of Wall street. J. of Com. Steam Fire Engine. We learn that the Mechanics Institute have awarded their gold medil to the inventor or ruber the compile of a Steam Fire Engine, and that the Fire Insurance companies have " brother Flint, 1 Cor. 12 : U. j used it for four years i i my practice, and always (firt clause ) ( wLth su. cess. A. F. KOGKlis. M. D. " brother Church Rev o-U (CONSUMPTION! The fo lowing, re oromer ynurcn, j. i i. marks wcrc lJllen rom lhe ,ast number of the brother Johnson. Ps. 10: 10. :,u.(jlC.d Magazine: Jrassaqes lo ve reconciita : " me surpnsuig ciieci proaucej ty ur i ayior Brother KingsbuiV, lt John 1: 8, ! balsam cf Liverwort, in consumptive cast-scan "h O ' not J'' exciting a deep and thrilling inteiest WliTl o : J. ti ( , .. 1 throughout the world. We haves b.r.g believed Brother lrn broeke, Uen. 0: 0, with j tll!3 disease (consumption) incm-Lle, lliat ttio 1st Samuel 15: 29. j djiikidt to credit our fosses w hen we se persons Brother lie. Acts 0 : 7, with 22 : 9. evidently consumptive, restored lo health. Vet 7.' .P.r TPl.MrW ("Ml to ,l10 U.is is a lacioi uai.y recurrence, l..-. Ministry. Brother Harvey, Atonement Brother Thomas, Church Discipline. Brother Murray, Peace on Earth. A. Hahvey, Cleric pro levi Bridport, Aug. 14, 1810. nrrlernd nne of the envrhvs b'iiit nt a cost the class of 1836, and all the young sol- of five or sjx thousand dollars. The plan diers ot the class ot IbS'J (Algiers has "f. !!.-.; t i;o vile intruders be allowed en- irarre. ; My own sentiments in regard to corn 'i; :uMi.ent, have been made known, thro' '.2 Tth rnph, long ago. I have seen no- i tj change iny views of them. '1 tii: IJibli: among the colored people able towards the South. I ask, then, will our opponents compare " our southern breth ren." to u?e their own phraseology, to tigers and cannibals, and say that their hearts are so steeled against the Truth and the power of Christianity, that their consciences can not be touched that they can be moved on- O I. . l A K r I i I i n r, I o 1 il I AM - nf hv brother v bv dollars anu cent "'"uu"- " v .1 .'A .) I 11 Li J O IIU U V II V" - 1 I J . . . l n P.rnivncimvn. liovo nn such thins of the South. And their M i i ., r ... i. .it, rnmomUr brnther i nnnrdnnc.e with this belief. ; 1 '.(v-li uiimin mm w..,.. i cltia uic iu . s h. f pout same time in this part ct fc.a'e two vears nro. "Mo part oi the world is under greater "uuj-auun to me uioie ootieiv m-ui j and, and no where tnve its operations ueo attended vith more delightful results. he rfflct of thr cvcn uinn of the word of 'fe amongst thi pni'intinatt d sons and "!iu?hters of Africa in this neighborhood a,n most cheering. Ii hs, in con npct.on with the preaching of the gospel consumed the classes of 1837 1838,) nre to be called into active service; 10,000 sailors, 5 ships of the line, 13 frigates, and 9 steamers are to be added to the navy. This looks warlike at the first view, but upon a moment's consideration it will be found mure like a demonstration than an arrangement preparatory to actual hostili is to keep the water in the boiler always hot by means of a permanent s'.ove in the engine house, and to keep two hors- s al ways caparisoned ready to dra the engine to the place of work. In this way th machinery will be ready to work at o-ice on arrival at the scene of action. This engine is expected to throw water to the ; tjp of any building in the city; and in such r O -3 i W i h J 5 S - - - 2 a - J a 0 c 1 55 3 1 tn f u. 3 H g S ."2 S- - "S o -i 1 - '" Z. Z 3 r- 59 Tf. -r. -Z3 r- w a CfJ n . -3 c ( '-3" i w ' 7) 'a "2 5 x "a S tn ty. The augmented force would be mad- qujnl:t;eS lS not l0 stimulate the fi;e, but equate to a war with Great Britain alone : put oaL thrown upon her defence. Terrible Accident. Mr. Charles S 3 - , Lr - O 50 I we question the viriaj of the above m-dcine? iw . i ii i . Ill Ur HUM, We MM!! UC III TC . lliruuuuia we hoje physicians wi!l make trial of thin medi cine and lepoit its eff, ct to us." IS'otk 1 he original and genuine Taylor's j' sain of Liverwort is made and sold at 373 ZJovtery. TO FJ-J JULES The mun'. er of feii.a.'cs iu delicate Iwakii in this city is truly urpr sinj. VVed';nes, Ins nf anpeti e, liver c3in:Uinti, and 1 many other diseases j rey upon them, ni..Lii;; Iheta j pale and lean -f fl-ti. All ih'n cau be remedied by Ihe use f 6ireiithe:iiu icdi. ii.e, that will j ass ?t ridtnre in all her n.ow menl, reeLw tor.e to the neives and rr.uscu!ur orsans. Of tins kind i Dr. Taylor's ii ds im of Livcrwoit, which Jcing mild as.d purely vcp;ctab, answe.A fenw. s ad miralty. If nil will use it, wc ate cenftdcut an c.iiic tte;, pMjd !'pi'eti:e, and iuddy c'.tccks will foov. Unce more remember, the onina and Cnuine i- inaJt; at 33 iowery. SP1TTLVG OF lL001l.1h diwsFecoc Fists ol" a dischars. of tood, ofl"n frotiiy, from j t!ie mouth, biouht u;i with havkii Sf ciughinj, ! and i u-uaZy accompanied with difficuty of j breathing, ami some pain in the ci.esl. S me .i lim(;s it i- precede I by an nppn-ss on at the dust, ' a d y tickhn couh and sijht shooting patus. i T.as d. ase is aways inorj or e-s darijcrous. iThe grejtdaujcr is tlut theo nxmp'oms iuy ter minate in cinsumptin, and im. mediate rr med es can alone save this end. I'ut Dr. Taylor's Ua ' sam of Liver .ort is a sire remedy, and lo show it3 uupara le.'ed sv.cras, certifie of cuit from 1 421 citizens, and many phyaic'uus, will be put 's ished in a few day I YEK VOL'S JJl.-iE.lSES WEAhWESS. ' Dr. Tjy r's liiam of Liverwort, i.-.a le at 373 . ! Thev have always trusted in the suscepu- biliiy of the conscience of the South to the power of Truth and Christianity. But the moment you go to making it a matter of dollars and cents, you lose hold on the conscience. What, talk about buying of men what they have no right to sell? Buy of them what was never theirs buy Knir the bodies.and souls ...I f r: , , stolen piuucny - Bnu tructton in the Sabbath-schoois, I .. t sl0D ginning and . r -uanircu uic muiai . uv-w. . O . : I inn. unii ilu rt rnnrci T " n I onii iiwic it.x.vi v.. r -T;ia frfi.T,, ,vhiihrpshnr v.-eh n r. o I m.,i;ff fiU V ) war with Great Britain supported by her , " V 'u , 1 ne Dec"" 1 - """6 rV her domes'ic dntks I5y th,- u of this medi- I -ii;e, r,ni to the late treVty. j macjiinea ft-w days since. caught by En?Iani Non-Res.stance Society w.l be cine ,(Cr stren5,h 5i whv ,es.0!eJf anJ u J dll;;; . r , ,n , rr in ,t nvi-, wir 1 ll!S ,0CIC vvUh l!le snaf; dr'lWn beld in the city of Boston, or. V ednesd iv, r.sla thy as I can wih her Vt Le. Idy address Why mueed should Fnuue mokt. i and wa3 raosl h)r,ib!v man- ',03 i81J rnd will probably conti i- ! U at Dr. Tayfor ,.C.. i wilh us ? We nave given no off, nee to . - . , - "'' uJ, Vvf;,,2 nf CURE OF CO.Y.SCMPTI OY. -Mrs. Mar- France---.ve entertain no scueme oi con- - . . . ,. , . uj iu ui '- - ja a w-irthy iii.-n.ber of mv congregation, wt I n'!r jpcon-stent wiih the peace an 1 inde- Py.tatfd' fnd notw.U.anding his severe cau;e in ail pirls 0f the country are earn-, tAvn i;i Jn, tfrni. Slnce Wi , co!.l.p,in in .he I q , " fVnri.n.' Jh,1- to cultivate 1 ,"-,'incS' hoPes of h,s wTY a r' estlv & affectionately invited to be prasent. j t,ica.t and some diUku'ty of b.cathii.. ztl i.i a nf the l-.v Comrnitiee : ; tew uays uieicaiier sue i.aj a vio.er.i llowery, is assuredy an cxf-cZvint remedy for Second Annual Meeting of tHe T.cv-.ivr;- j theje diseases. My wife has been moie or l is land Xon Ilesistance Socictr ill for ten yean .Ve was extremely nervous. ai:d at wines so we.i thai Mie cou; i w awemi vo ..r. ,,.,;tr.r::ii i-iiice nnd tn maintain eacb nation in its proper independent conuition t lh neon!. A I k th district con- , . ni'uuujj" wins at least 10,000 negroes, nearly half f whom are attached to my congregation, jjmu U scarcely known, and a drunken 'c!c man seldom to ba met wilh. The rP'e are as industrious as nnv neasnntry the world ; and, in iniellijrence, fully if not stunorior. to the npnsantrv in E, ' - j - j , njlanJ. Their attendance on the means ;gi grace, and their liberality to the cause . ?f God, is remarkable. A great proportion uTt oieainn acquaintance wun tne 4ciiritur,'R. ."?d there are few who have ' . . - e L. note r nt way oi saivauon oy Christ. There is a great desire to , Wnme honest ? And all this uncnnsium traffic between those who treat each other christians, MdioS each other lhe hand of christian fellowship? Besides all this, it is easy to show tnai bnv no- s out Ot.tne case ma vw- . that could possibly be accompusneu w. this way would only strengthen the sys tem of slavery. But I choose to leave u hioher around. It is enough for me to know and to point out the sinfulness of a course, without meddling with its im P?s tb whol of Gods vord. 1 have policy and impracticability A New Article of Medicine. Taylors Balsam of Liverwort," advertis ed in another column, is a new article in the market that comes highly recommend ed. TVv iho Publisher nf the Vermont Tele- L y iin. Vj graph : Dear Sir: Will you have the goodness to give the following an insertion in your paper 1 This may certify that Elder Win. M. Fay is restored to full fellowship in the Baptist Church of Christ in Minerva, iew York. Done by order and in behalf of the Church of Minerva, this 16th of August, 1840. A. P. Morse, Chh. Clerk. Capital Punishment. It is lime for pe titions to be in circulation for the next Leg islature. With the present No. of the Tel- I forward blanks to numerous inat- Jegrapb, Melancholy Occurrence at the Works of the Boston Iron Compa ny. A melancholy acciJent occurred at the works of this company on the mill dam. on the afternoon of Thursday last. Several of the workmen were employed at the puddling furnace, in cooling the cinders that hud been drawn from it, by throwing on a large quantity of water, as customary. The water, h is supposed, found its "way under the molten iron, and there suddeuly generating itself into steam, produced a tremendous explosion, throw ing the cinders and iron in every direc tion through the building, which was set on fire, but soon extinguished by the en gine of the company. Three men were dreadfully burned by the steam and mel ted iron. One of them, it is thought, will not recover. Four physicians .vere early in attendance from the citv, and rendered every assistance in their power to the un fortunate sufferers. Rozbury Democrat. Serious Accident. A lad by the Bv order " Maria Wt. Chapman, Rec. Sec. Boston. August, 1810 vinVnt i.i the sides. wt.iLh no ineai-ii.e ! wou'd re'.t..e. Sl.e con'inued in thi y for I !r..i-r t!mo rndi-r thn tn ir . aie t f Df. I'-Ci, Wt Notice of the place of meeting will le iiafl;v bcc.me consum .tue, and vas evidently iven hereafter. 1 t!.e end of her ert.. y brother r rs-Udd.-d t er try Dr. 1 or i xj sui cr mrti id r at l. I IV kJt A a -- I of Live. wort When commnca h.is mru - cine it did not seen i-j agree wit, her for a f..-w ! Aw K.t in;r the dof-, situ found it an- reithirij inslir.t'r: and we hd Ihe s iiti h rr.i;i 1 recovery tr h illh. Itev. U'jlxhm Smvthe. Obkuve! 15 iv only lhat wlr.ch is made at lte O d Oince, 373 r5ov, e,y, N. Y.. and which .:d by Ira IJatt-t., IJ.-amion, wii lf, llona r Onion River Association. Westford Ausr. G-h, IS 10- Dear Brother Murray -.-Permit t?,10 i SScSy say, through tne meaium ui mC jPeM.,rcofi!-i graph, to delegates ot ana visuki-j ureui River Association, who nre exDectin to be present at its next an- . .-. . . .i ! i. - : F niverary, that it will meet at me tsr.c. , 8,,n . Co..Ku-uni. s ron?v-icx,i'i;tioii, Meeting House in WVatord, Thuray. . a. l Cat'i iw-U J Ca-:Uetou-the 3d of Sept. nest, at 10 o'clock A. M J.din C. I'arker, hite.i-i'.l, N. Y. Those persons coming in. m - vmc ud , tbe incisure of the sul previous, vrilltind enterta.nnnw .. . . , fccnUr on 8:h infant, a red lows: Waitsfield, d E! two orV yea.so'd. u-uh a star Jericho, H.nesburgh. n of wbi-. in ' .e furihtal. n,.J the end cf sex, will call on brother cne of nis , .r:1. ,,rt,5en . if. The owner living on the east road from i-sj- to WtfnJ Those lioiu ju"".". . 1 . r t -"V n.-iVI.'! "VWUIU- k.nthpr rCft'han i away. nLiO.Il U.l.lPii, VV1I a.y s t y Ii i " if it .4?