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by terians sell their br. Presbyterians, Meth odists their br. Methodists, and Baptists their br Baptists, I presume will not be denied, neithr caa it be successfuly controverted thai the aforementioned denominations, as bodies, and unwilling lo.haye it known op which side they do stand, for fear of the loss of their influence, (perhaps I should say splin ters,) wiih those whom they ackoowledo-p fn be the enemies of truth. Yet th from Maine to Georgia, approve, sanction reason why they should not opposes enor -ana common, wim tnese barbarous airoci- and opeuiy and feailesslv proclaim an V Tr h m'd J01. 0ur vernal and exterminating war wih all .hat professed Chr.siian.y to the blush, for m no oppose truth, justice, and humanity; when- stance can or wil the Mahomedan sell ever,and wherever found, Butperhaps they Im Mahomedan brother; for the moment lus are told or kindly admonished (I funk the fclave, "christian dog" though he be, is con- phrase is ,i,Vr Ln i r , , -r,at ,t t i t r-i . pnrase is, that good folks use, and which ert d to ih Mahomedan fa.thhat mo. hey are careful lo give Ireed so if it relate inent his cha.ns snap, his shackles fall, and to money matter,,) that if thev take a bold he t, free. But not so with enlightened chis- stand Ln., ! " J . 7. !.a.bofd ..-........ vu.wi.vc vuus- ana all populai VERMONTTELEGRA to desert their makers. Such might with consistency think it unaccountable that soldiers should desert the service. It wotJ be difficult to determine whether the slave or the soldier is in the worse condition. k UNIVERSAL INQUIRY AND REFORM. about. Well will it be. for them and for Huraauity, if when vthey come to see it, they do not faint and turn backward be fore the giants that are to be encountered. The weapons to be used here must be of et bereal temper, and the courage of th ose wno use them must be tried. The battle h isnot my purpose to be very system- .vill be such a one as has not been, r nd is atic,, according to the common views of systematizing, in writing- under the head, Universal Inquiry and. Reform. The field is wide; and 1 propose to range in it, from time to time, at full liberty. My k n. nn,t , a. -"uuuuaues3 is so ureal as to i t meahom : ... . i . . . . i ,.. Va ivu uctiutu J - - - - -- - - t.iuuy. s.Tc ex.eraai proot ot deep- piety, and i favor of moral reform in nil and carry me bevond taking herd m ... ... iv uzui aiiu i a -v " I l. !!l " .ST. 3f " R'- . "-uloul all ! ramific ations, deemer. and vet rnhhprl .Mrr.:.. I . ... ' 3' - iuunT. i ir will nrnira r . : .., ; . . his miod imbruted, debased, degraded and -1 V. " ' 1 7 y ra3ny .,9rrl Ktf itia . V A ,1 .u!. .!7nd r,nls 'Sh; f. st suffer a ui tutu uuu uiimr, uc Ufjjcjscu ifoni tne tended for im rcl V.V....U.., .u clerical order, or excommunicated from the for the restoration-of his p undered rights u.,u i .i . J UUIU Jiroa) u,e 1 1 annnt k j '.u i . .B- church, lose their influence, and last, though It annot be denied that there are at the pres. not ,east in the estimation of s dorian ent time, more than 200,000 communicants r. :u. iAt . in the Methodist, Baptist and Presbyterian " r 1 ' ry u ri r . r, c.ujricrido may be the consequence, of such rashness cnurcnes ot the United States, who are held .pjow. when name, aad cliaracier and indn- and considered as property to all totents and ence is about to be cast out as evil, (notwiih- purposes whatsoever, wholly unprotected by $(aadiDg our saviour b3s saiJ t unto law, shut out from all instruction, denied vou wh!n a)l on j . ....... "i u cjaan ycii Ll j U u, OC.Cy. bounds set by men in the ignorance of past time, to the observance of better laws and systems. Not that the past is to be treated with contempt: But it is to be left standing in its own n!n a rwl o better regnrd is to be paid to the present. This has been spoken of before. Bat ii will nerd to be repeated, ag.vn and again. The opposite doct rine has b-;en kept sound ing in the ears of the people continuallv, in ail past tune, and the clamor is now in creased, sicca the enunciation of sbme- not again to be. It will not do the trifl ing thing to decide between "the powers that be," in church or in state but against the who.'e of them. They are all to le overthrown and driven away as the chalTof the summer threshing floor in the winds of heaven. The siege is already commenced. The alarm is nrerd - i- r- " The turrets of the -towers of sin and op pression are already toppling. They are as sure to be thrown down'nnd demolish ed as the march cf mind is to go onvar4 To be continued. nrrr m r n ftiFmnntt.ai tl.. T!i.L . ' . .1 n vvu,uiw, j ini'aiuy . c uiuie a st a leu Dock lri ... - . . nH fi,ir .u... L , and Tnony, precious money i to Le with- thin? truer ?.nd better has hovn hrrf 13 to be done Why, with by far i ii t t t t'A jar nnrrmn ryt i h -.., - i . i . e. . r w vbJ iiir acis inriorntmn is nnf nnK V N. M - ! and finally shoved out bevond the nala n M "1 1 "r. 5 o be wnh- mmg civilized society. . 7 ' Jl,3I.' U?!V ,Wny'WU" This abommation is practised, defended I r .... i ... . 1 . tuucu I Prove, thev are 72icj;? advocated, tolerated, approved and sanction luv. S' "P name, ed by D. D.s, the c errand the "eat b!d- clCtf and the "spoling of . 'f r , , e &reai DjtJ heir g-cotj for Chr si's sake," hut Mane v- ies of professiog christians throuzhout the ... : ... . 1 nu-IQneV As long as it continues to be rung and reiterated that it is presumption and audacity to think of Shall tlie Soil bo Purchased 1 I have received a letter Irom au esteemed friend tn Ohio, who has scruples against purchasing or as I bhouid say retlearaing the soil for the pur pose ot a community. He thinks it would be a violation of principle. I would publish his letter but do not know that he desires it. He wish es me to give him my views on the subject, either in a private letter, or through the Teleranh After writing what I shall forward to him in man uscript, I have coucluded to copy iuto the Tele- L .1 e . iue roiiowuig extracts from it. - Posdblv hout the i ir,--.. nr i ... . ' beinfr thev mav hp. nf enrt-' bnithin,Hii,i. t t- ... I """e'JM'Jney mev if m nave at the ner I iua j wnueu, so vici. al leasi uiey i?Am f rr ;RepUWlC' n long it will continue to be necessary to -W ?1 anJ thus good nay be done, an America. Is this denied ? Let me cite iui.. r.u , . . . . 'kJ'y '? be. happy. to have the Brother : th ...i ! ... r -"iitviijT uiicu in v sue i' i hp trim wic uiuinti aim kern nnorrnn hit .. . . - you to . puW,ea prA..oc aiion,, aWof if. I will ia M oenerai oonierences, General Assemblies, aml.j to' ,hp :T V : '-. 4 --iuai ai,cory inesucf, or on any other branch of th, .1. .. ... . .. . . I .....,,u,,,. lUU UU 2U L HI (7 J 111 wiiicn tlinr j o t. ' . - i - ...via oic so wen engaged y acting u narmomous patt in manuon, Vt.. Julv 9q iqiq io sustain me cnarize. Take lor instance the from our n l.,t,o . . , . rarf,R 0Ul ine uws ol the universe- Vmr Brother : action of the late General Assemblies, which from amon th r.-Z . - - d that t0; interpose obstacles to the ..... r cp w v lui: 3 ui a u inri i i - - - - ure composeuinparloiUight-Uererend rob- hion and th. w.,n,-.r ;' nbJe and ennoblino. th,. ho.-,ronl Vou ask mr vro.o i . L n-r.n n o ,;,k .l . . .. . r . ...... Vt c.iridntSUl, , . 1 . - irgmu iw.OUymff. ..OJ ,..lu JUV3C tJU4t.c lueimei anu . . . , . ruannirvinff work ofn irrhtw;n. Mnl T .,.;n i 4 ' " coasent with him. and see what i.nBJ.. .. t .i . ... . I . . vJ)II,kt ou must KvMf vwm' i u an i.ni: iviiir ina i'Dr..rnnf, . imuviii f innnu'inii to i it .. . u . i i . ... 1 1 i t i t , . i .....j sttucittiur jjruvu I & .- . i"c uijjue&i arm worst I me leaa .,uv. V6 wuic j.j, aiier carrying itself worthy of the title. . ----- ---, i uiu yiau to see I I'rpshvtpripa v ovon .1 i. I . .. . . vv,v.. ..i.-iC wuurcu- g-etttrjr." It promises to be such a naner r,4 ; t cs.andwe find the most abundant tPstrm., 1 . . . a PaP frA-ia only.- :...u-.. 7 . 3 P,ni0'1, u needed to wake- luy uave oeen hemmed in and shut up by fjree beyond his control, indirectly appli fd, ufitil there is nothing left around him but the wide-spread iniquities and abomin ations of slavery, extending from the cen ter in which he glands, all over the con tinent to the circumference. Thus siluat ed, what shall he do ? Shall he put on the clothing and receive the food produced bv slave-labor, enough to preserve life, health anu actve usefulness in the cause of hu- maniiy ? Or shall he sit down tnla-J, close his mouth against food, and perish and die, with the hope of being thus more use ful? Here is the question. I cannot per ceive that the case which I have brought is too strong. In regard to propert y, we are situated, not in the mi !d!e of a contin ent surrounded by ocean nor vet in the ) center of a hemisphere skirted by a hori zonbut on the surface of a ghbe sur rounded by empty space, and every inch of it in the hands of piracy, -all the means of sustaining 4ife and being actively useful coniaminaled.-with oppression and vio- ence. Thus situated, what shall we do ? May we U3e one dollar of money ? Aljy - w..w -ft uirau iiay we cover our bodies against the cold. Or shall vVe at once sit down and die, and in this way trust H do the most jur the re dumption of the race? Th-se are the uucaiiuns to De answered. Th k ; . u strait we are in. My own view of it is, thst we are go to work in he use of the best means 'n our reach. There is no other way that l ean see to save a soul alive. FoV ii by some magi- power, superior to that which now holds men in bondage to this universal sin we would remove, all the XV. NO 4 3 mer He, Rot say that n n.c consistpmi.. j r "rior out if hfi ;t , ec thi wu, be u;; '- an making some exchan r neCC5sity terms dictated by lhe uw '2' Soun,versallyiaoperatio '-n, 't3 willincr &ux.oa n,ntheh AfTectionately 0 S- n,u. township, IjuUtr3 J' UJ ppery morning of -he Safnr 1 nn' 0;1 t' . "iuian nacied Si n tT 'u! v igton who w ) o M,'Uin? I ond murdered hL w J'f5Uai M by dash. Wn7,t ,. and chiljj The father, oon aker V'lh eJtenngin their own 1w?d youngest child ev.irir Jn ?' nlt' to Hrv of ir.nn, dthe faniilv HV.r i e f J a :I:c;- ri - . " "-c.ii u a ""ivi i I-fnalIy,J,ou.eVerd)-Ivennedy u'Ln t, v,,l-fi t n t v lt -Muurnood, occupiej Sv .ned Wter,whomhedro Youn, for truth, Jas. C. Brown. the case as they demurely say, to Gad ia rrayer. Why they conclude that the peace, (ra.her they should say the better security of their own salaries,) 'of the church (the syn agogue of . Satan) absolutely requires, that they should keep quiet on a question lo del icate, as that of piously and relistouslutea. iotf mcD,.women. and children, compelling 7u' sntimenti 0n heir n "Von w nuuie uves, generauon t I n i I rv.' nor imr . . v . . . - ' 'iHl I. And how are Oe Munul to thnn. if ,n ,..,u . .. ih.. . .j : i .. . . - jv 11UU1U u;uve .'r"Cf wno are lie up to .Aa, at the most truth aud be the most us,fu is written r now are they toimprove For myself, I can see no wr VERMONT TEJiEGRAPH. Ilrautlon, AVcdiiexday, August 9, 183. who are not allowed ta "think their own situated as we are. and havino-uA thoughts"? ed into this r... t ;"u"uu uy -umsiatiCos out Much has been said in the world about K oucmLUut to US(r mono, a . i u Writer, tn the. Telegraph spealc their human freedom. There has been n real Ve use fetffllt.p .u: . . - , .. I i' T -yiw-wujceiioa- 10 boasting about a, by thU nation, over oth- f,xch:,ngTug it for land, than fnr hrA er nations, for half a century past. Sixty olothing, or anything el.e nerrtVd t seven years ago the declaration was put make no d flrence between the soil and forth that Life, Liberty and the Pursuit ,ts products-no difTcrenrf. l,..f ot Happiness are the Inalienable Rights on one thin. and ni;n,r ,.i sr. r. .. . . ...... r -- "o "uc v mi iuti. . tnen o oivpd a RMcr, f on other ihinis 'Pkv .. . v , ............. i lir e race could b( ug3 of your own mind, and ri,ht views, still there ,onhl n means in existence, uncontamiiiated with thisin, to keep alive a single indiv i lual until the fruks of regeneration cou!d be produced for his sustenance. But what K tiouse in th an o'd nan out. and i.i. . uuj ueuroi of ror i,.n cr, '" J n;lr;i(. . - ..uct n, some of lhrm - ' II I I : r. !n C e- n . . ! . W kl I I 1 I I , (111 f A 1 . f . v uMiuiiy tor tiits tie was readily traced lo K,, w here thet fr.nn.1 i,:... , AV'at' Ju u- j nun put hi. i.f',, Fly, 1 we is not that difTer- aftcr veneration, with no n,tw ,!.!,. .... FOR THE TELEGRAPH. r , iv njn6 uau i rpi i r he lash, thumbscrew, branding iron, .tr lhose who owe for tlu 1'eiegraph, es- pecsally those whose accounts are of long And now, what seem i to be particularly standing, and of considerable amount, are numonns and truly lo be deplored by the ioformcd that I am in c real need of what tried and true friends of humanity U, that is due from them to meet mv creditors. yeara war' under lretex0 , ui.. niC1 Wll0 nsv o been My contract with those whom I owe were 013 "no made mis declaration, of de- tne violent sys em of the South and tl-e T ii n"."ni. mad,rwhh reference to my contracts with ' "Sr Clat,ishl principles, v.olcnt fy,tc.-n of the North. Everv shoulderto shoulder with thelamntd I.nV. .. . . ' . Rnt it,.... ,t..r.j i i . , , . . . ,!.:.. i . . . . cr3 i .v r,,r r1M(t AirRi l ;. I lDOse wno owe me. .. My means of meet- ' uc,um,;u at,ti e?iao:isriea f 'u'g as r ejn seized on and con verted in J y hare faced A ton's human t2er,, should . mv rrnAUn .t Jn Not at :aH.;Tai;e lhe declaration .h,, to nronenv-: th,r, . . "l1" at this lute reriod in the tim h0i o - .b,wieinU. r . , - " "4,u n is one truth and error, surrender all intoihe handi M bjr r", on account of the delinquent s mar 3 malienaU difTerent aspects at differ- of a f.len.less and uncompromising enem,. Y oI ose who are indebted to me for the v"c "v4 l om tne i.ps ol those Thene things go to show the unsoundness, .Telegraph and other work, and lhe rottenness of the sectarian religion . special word hero to priests and .jught tobepalmedcffon mankind at the other professors. It does seem as though present day; they demonstrate its hypocrisy, r ' .... :..!... -r-i . , ' there were more than a willingness to de- flia iufiriiltfy worse than this, ji ro rri in f. . . . ... lu ,UUJV ljr any, such sudden aiid universal chmge. 'Ne. The r.fb.mh.s got to go on against the combined powers of mercenary politicians and more mer cenary religionists. These find it far 1 1 ..: : 1 1 . . im" '"ivmual interests, as they view the case, to keen the n.-ojil ' M,.-inU-ii I,. I:,., nu rdeivd ed m fA e,ir.. I ... l ' ' --"t' oiners, secured jii, .,r 1 ii;C 1 tU. ton's, u h..r.. 1... " , iV' iH'n to WY. -ueVthV;i,r,;o,i- ason? he said "mV"11 i,&LcJ " ' to f.ik.ju.iue ,!ilo their own Ii ... ' .. r on 1 hn cn.i 1 ... 1 ' onter council. nrer:,;rr J'.T . Ul "" 'I' 111 v-F.- gnorance. as they 0 their IF !tr r,r;n-;t. k J J.-L wicked deshns. i pnre me of the means of paying my debts Tueirveryacts&deedscotoshow.thatthev and rryioS " business. I could tell have noconSdence in what they themselves stor;5 by way of publishing facts, expos- who uttered it, than they went forth des troying lives by thousands. In fact the very instrument that they commenced with this declaration, they ended with the ofil-r of their own lives to be thrown away on the altar of strife. Then look at wh-u was said about L:berty, and compare it wiih what has been done about it. The ent times, in diftWnt .j.,., . 1 , . r. .ui-t-o uuu untter diflerent circumstances The imquiiy commences in attaching valuc (0, things in hasine vrovprt u In . t,:., m i 1 1147 mill".- r . . ... . : a. tiere is the commencement of the con- Proft tn nrpnrK ttni iUa',r : 11 .. t ilinr thp. dol craft, that their trust i in n nrm .fn and some drnn, ihnt ,,nnl,l n, aiUe VV3S bttueen one class of oppressors rather than in the rnnfiiW nf .-i., ; oui, , and ancther c'ass of oppressors. That "'cuom i pvupicu uyuu v. OUU1I I UU II J 1 am at I ,,, , v I U ri-. - ,- kcepio- God, thus treatin- with ih h;.i L i......ki Ua lhe oppression thrown off was couumpl lhe promise, of lhe Almigh.y, Vi.K , ,v H ..w ,J:..:J., a W'-?? -hjig. worthy be namfd, which bcar.on their face the broad eal of ..:. ., A", . , J . comP"Wivilh the oppression ever since Hema. Their Wth, if .he, em h'i any, m r? But whal shall 1 do J i.flfed pon others by .he viry h.nJs i. feeble in .he ,lem p!ed;e, of Moral, "eJ.'.o:, coud for Pay. 1 look lo t!; ,hrev the load from iheiroin.shouU . . .. . ' thfiSffrnin wLm lhs , J.i. 111. " " -IUUlU- .o , i.reatano.wiul w.rn,n?,, , he, I -;V .7.V"r : " ers. The liitle finger of the oppression 0.c.o r aenae. TBer eeea. .o fear a . ' " 10 00 infl cteJ bv-Americans in 1813 is thicl- .w, w. .mi uicau auu uuuer, are airalu 10 Le M V ".. "wjr uaiB iuc power. fMti m ih l;' r I . , Poor, and will r.rtfnW AUr.A , Rnt ih.r. r .,T,o t a.. ., tT UlXn lhc ,om cf lhat sffored by them - xvi.aiu me onnij - - ... .w w.. uimw . otuuu III UUU Ol, I in 177f" A I U Tl " plain, unenuivocal iniunetinn, of n;m It realltr .pp'm m .n..ti,or;,' ,i;..,:.r.J ,0- As fdr Pursuit of flappi whom they tre5 to lore above their eh.Vf tn s,m, mum i d k . L neSS' lDt' stor-v 13 ,n Part told in what has , - - - t i jyu. iiit-juis wnat spiracy against Ilumanitv. The ri-htof uiuiuuai to lay violent hands on aw Ag; tt-arf: attract it from t)te common treasury of the family, and appropriate it to hi own interests against the iater,K r,( family, is the right of the individual to lay Violent hands on everv thins loth, uuer annihilation cf lhe fami ArJ irom this ii follows that thP f,,v,;i., i,,, - -.. iy . ui,i xi t) A ..l .1 U .... .. : I I -. ivi lucv win continue to do if always ha ve dune, to the .exent power, until they can be shown the rela tions between their own interests and the merets of humanity. These relations O -v .1. i -.u uc .uovvn to tLe people ui h much better success thaa to ;hi,te who rule ihen because the interest of the latter, ,s ihv' view a from the position of power u hio'i mey occupy, will be in their w as the lor mer will 'or m presents to the n the means of release cievatiou, comfort, happiness and useiul- ness 'rii.. 1 1 ; . . i i luiHj. iu oeuone is, to. reach ihe minis of the people. This is a .real vvork, intrenched about as they are with the institutions in which Uu-v 'have been nlucuted. How shall it be done? I hjk to three trin(-in;ii rnir, . ' " - r-j-.-.. A.auan-ui;tuu-es u car ry on this great cnterrr:za fer .h. haiigih,; murdcre obiter council r,r. n.ihcBu.lerHil 0 'f 1 ' tember next. Th!i !! : 1 rili'.'u'r u i. UH'I u-c iV e (II I Sf) n r i.. SI I Ph .,..,1 . ' 1 J, UUU J( 1,'ICf.C; I , .,.,,, r l"irihan Lrcemaa. All iiis ; . , . I'-'"-,ng tifr, ir. i' ""fu witn (he u h,,l-.c.,i . ,, "v"v auci f. 1 .. , 7f ;i i.ut, last ,rie wo. fh.-v ii., iy j where- perceive that the ic- :! -I . jy, and who while on earth went about do- cannot hn dnnp h, f,;.. u.t oeen said touching the proceedings fol- i.C ,ood ,o the Poor, the desti.ute, and , he nol be mel 1S X!",' riailS hC h3d DOt whHe N by robbery, in the wnv of wJfKK.h, PUccdoe, not agree with the pro v 14 ui9 own neaa. . MMvm,Ujj i a -. . .1 r i' I u wjf uiium opin- Pursuit of Hanhinps Is nn! nn;.iJ ...u , lr nnr iU..PM,U..k!.r..j.. m. ion, mat II 1 Dad COnlmii 1,1 li ... . r' v.jvn iviit Ihe question of action against wasnotdecided by theruleof but. tvhat lll'rl iKa ter,reQ,ire? and what was their decision 7 religion that has alwavs ;L : 3 fU ,sexvm?1- man VT7k- . L . . a - ... - ----J-l wil UjP . i I i .. - r;h, at a!),d thai no other iodidoM V, r"' ' he l.u.i:y Us any riShts,but Ihe one ,ho Z 1. T'' f may bo euccessul enoogh n:onOD)Kz T": ", "cry .bing lo himself. The nri, . ; oe 1 10 diff ' 1 't" ieiiiirence everewhor.. nf,H ... t. i - . - i j.iuui- ii ue;ore oxer- i h. : . i- i i cise it at his nun nl.n,r .i r. . . .- .uuuiouass lor examination v, uuu iUT ii IS I j nr i . - I V f Ufl l-f.J A 1 r-V"-- look, foramenn, the comnarai v.. ... .. - ii.uu, nee ol !he ! J '-'' boJ-V uil' te horrified, a, h uie UoingS oflfjt. I1(iap JJ( here .s n0ihir in "Ji'idu.1. ,vkhcu. m0(.v cr on his own rr.iW;itv. " ';'-'' a". Kaonlyilltrta;; n .he ,?y ,nnhg ,be .ntit c " .' " ta.li.jri but ,i,re j, ,bvf0r' "J'" M. enemies ,o ,,.,.;, ,ut inisfuectl and sh ei whoever has power has a right to e; own benefit, regardless of the general bflnor nOW b.Trn fills ht nn,-m :r. tU-.-U ..ii I . thata lhinnrl.,.fi ...L- , . . .wuie nanus jr,a, even for 0rCaJ, they would never barter will iccomnlish is olUjih. ! 01 violence. He lives by permission- a rranA m J " J Vr "-v n0l 0, r.gh'. 11 ;3 right to the soil. wi:l, But how is the case now with sectarian r. .nnlfi-. .. . . ' ivh'ch his lifi; is necessari!- rnnn,.,-,H lonUt, in ,hi, boastedly enlightened, and r F-tically; acd '10 n j . ehmuaa,a. rDj the professed am- n JW f -r.,"- fOs denied by th existing order of bassadors of H,m who came to bring peace Deseijtion.- Wednesday niht " ings. All & Loll K been r oa eanh, Ld good will to mm. feuless!v S0,J'rs deserted from the U S hr ' 'P h 1 - V - seized on and boldly declare the w'S f -nijjpcecdtd lo btieffi ?J r 'y hdJ in lhe God, whether men will hear or whethenhey .mention cros.ing ov,tJ to Cn ! hanJ ose who give or withhold ac- wUl' forbear 7 Do they nol rather loo freV "iiV fA Pr:Ured a boat not C?3 10 ll at Psure. The ho'dtrs cf it aneatlv far thin. .. . f . '? wnen they were "disco vr.rt denn th r',,ht rr. . ' .7 w ten lime Uitr-1 bom umnmr, " z v .-uj y if. uere f f . . I J W 'L I Lll I III IFn . I . I ' I . , ion in retueuieht. 3. Thf- 7 . " r . 1 " . . good. ,: . This is the principle on which all 2 L , " .f?? ! tyrannous action has a!pv re- J f U' PS- pnnciple at once destructive of.hrm I -' s Al-tt and Lane would and happiness, end suhv; . J . l"e last 01 'ce fi:.t.' I u.L -d itice. Let not th, me Uf that the iimily havei ri.ht to iii. Thl'L Jhl. K rnosl "Pant. nd strive bvmnt,,,. JlJl A. . . . . "'y in(i.,peiuat!e. And . - "'Uvunatm. ltistne hawiif. 1 s-iut out the vMnw , r ii . ;"'''liScirc0mslances,:,nd,a,rt.J;,1!,1,;r J 'y ..r . .. P,cr. sjn !ghthasasavagclOEymril,IiyVoiiani '..:.: Is 1! M, !1Wil!,,ri ,, -onjieis nrevai't .i" ? hi I'er Icst ce.r!:i;i.!v it to considering, it most III W r "e- ,V 'l''- p-Poriant. UuViVi, ,,,y ccavicliu,, l!latM !ea, : ' U'a;";K"1 Tci- things are.,,, Koi.,,. v. a ri,!.,-,,, " . , " " "?U '?S'nal lb"u,s i rilinS are ntceSsar,o ou, : . . . is power 10 do. great IS. Ill VieW flf tWCl rr,n 1 ' J "- ( V'vl U ! COlitiUCl tul' uur reu hrethren. Irwas ulf to s5jVc ar pearances that the poor viViim w,s ret, j once sacrificed to their revere en the : j It was not because his rnen.us and ca- t,. 1: i i ' uhs uu not uaibor the same feeiii..crS 1C,, ards him that he, ut.dorers Lvoralle e:r cumstnnces, had been unable to rt -rn towards his 'victims of fo victims. They have no fir. est i if 1 iir.o 11 1. Am is lhe faUe foundaUcn otl which lhe the cuestion a .ani.hn 1 1 , h , ' A It commpnpil I fTn,,. 1 ... t .1.! . .. - the ignorance of the li v. nfl, n " J 1 ? : ? St "l . tc!l been carrh.J u vaa? are m our reacii, and advancing vuiiivu oa la ineir nervprsp which . , v"' lut I,,,uc,r: 01 progression, mak- luiui auo nail its origin m nnr,r, ' thetwn - --.."o -P' cement as tasias possible .? . If --"j " vtiiiicuuio una per - , --- -a vu.3c iy wDicn iney can k." T ""ea oui oy ihe hair ol obtaia the most money tud ihe greatest pop- h,3h , some boatman, and Lh lr 1 Yea they are rif infor k lh barr.cks.der a' for the buildins up of sect, far Hlf-.gSran ti rL oT? i'Wfor .t .nd poUr applaus nd are Srv r' f" wckedIr and basely treacher-ou,lQ,he cause U badnliste WblCb i vjn lher profe" 10 PO0- ' reason is assigned fhrTh' , J. h.le there ire tomeho ba-selt be- W' AJ v V 1 . r ray truth d huma, Hjh.ithere are olhers d t 1 J.ey had rather who stand aloof and insloriousl," eowf, ft v 6 Pl lhan r.cluri1"' There are for warn of moral courage th?y are afraid Seh? lcU 08 lbey 'ink it strange .-f ;nhe slaves of the feouth should desire rr W ... i L 0-""5f tuuiiy ll W1UJ i his has only, uicreas- wrong we j pons pn th .v.w . in. iuuse wno nave grown wtser in the choice and use cf weapons have yel been too much in darkness and confusion. - They have cot got their fejrt upon the true ground. The true line has not been "drawn. A few have dis covered where it must run. Arid many are marching up to it jnote than have discovered - it, or know what they are peluatmg each other. Here we find ourselves. Vio'ence to right and gdod have become universal so that we cannot stir without pariicinat ing in it. I See no way but that he who would tn lhe present stale of thuv-s strict ly and rigidly re fuse to do What would be a violence lo right and goodness in a bet ter stale and relation of things, must die and go out of existence at or.ee from inac tioq and starvation. I conceive the friends of reform in regard n property, to be sit uate in the venal world, verv much as a conscientious Quaker might be in lhe heart of a sla veholding nation. 1 1 e raa v ha ve been carried there by direct violence, applied ivuh maliciousness or wantonness. Or he opportunity be found for occupying isc sou uitnout the necessity of enslaving ourse.ves in any degree to redeem it, aj I h t'.1nr I? ,.i .'I . AJUl 11 IJy use is to ie maue of anything already ace urn u lated, an d an v thin'f ri!rf;ltT ,... rn! i a .1 . a uvwu in u uuu uu Vtnin f to hs accumulated ou hotter principles is t0 be exchanged in the least with the sur- roonding world, in our present condition of enslavement to the sins and. ignorance ot the race, 1 see no inconsistency in ex changing soil for soil, or products of soil fcr soil, or money for soil, any more thnr, for any other articles of trade and com. uierce. The faster trade and monev ro to disuse the better. But I see nrv .t,.. . way at present but to make the most in. i i. -i i - - . nocent use of them for their own d I or k,1,JDg one, as one for kilin: ts.ruc- five. If there had been twenty-five i bo.ical feeling,. 1 they had not l.luu, fident that they could ktep him suL-md securely until he could be laiKd n:,J.r more f.vorab.'e circu.nstar.cts, .h.y v..d have taken r,?l ence into tluir oui, .,2. at once. But ,Le rr ore considerate d them saw how it would lock in tLced vi OMigm. I hey did not like to t.ke ilerc pensibility. They rather divide tie t,,i ter up, and hidethemsehes in the ccn.ir.u- Tbe eyes of the people n.vst f::i. be blinded uith the mockery cf vvhai'is called law. Aud then the man trust rot have his head broken wi:h a stone fie must only have his neck broken with And who cannot see this to be a verv dilTerent thing Uom'lhat? It is n n'aia as theology or legislation ! The proceed ings m the case are as rational and sr.lu- lary as ecclesiastics or politics f A circumstance to aggravate feelinrs against the poor Indian is the fact lhat he billed five. But this is a ciieumstance that is allowed to affect but one side. A man-killing community will just as soon t t f . s 1 r : i a n ii ti V w . ci it in Im fl! or cr th S )e cx dif tht rnc an fuh pei put the el! hi .noi feat lai lav.