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TIIE N E W V (> M K II E R A L I).
ANAIlVHRSAmr week.
Annhcfuaiy of the Aiacrtc > i Temperance
The eighteenth anniversary of tL-> American Tempe
rance Union was held on Thursday right, in the Hr ad
way Tabernacle. There was t \iry h :j attendance, the
majority of whom, liowe^e- w? e ladies
The exeTciren commenced with a voluntary on the
organ. Mr Win. E. Podge, in the absence of Chancellor
Wai worth, the President of the Union, assumed hU
place, and introduced the
Rev. T. L. Cutler, who a Irtsacd :hc Throne of Grace.
liet. Mr. Marsh, the Secretary of the Union. read in#
annual re^K t of which the following i? an abstract:-? .
The report commenced with r toticn of the doath of An^oti
C?. Pbeipf, Esq . chairman of fh*? Executive Committee, und
the remark that, though man die yet Gou I've., anil all the
physical and moral laws of his kingdom r?-in.'iin unchansroa- j
Lit, diffusing, where obeyed, universal iduasodaesB 1 a wis !
thn light of tbe universe; yet n t iu* ij more perverted !
aril abused The lnws of appet ;*o. of iasbiuu. of honor, of
trade, of (?'?Tvitude. of war, cause and justify tuoro tli-u ,
half tb< m'rery that falls upor. men. ffco laws licensinf i
the traffic in intsiicatUig liquors nave been bi t a perinis- j
?ion of thousands to go ft?ih to kill and destroy; und so
ciety ? now making out u.iqaty, and not unsuccessful
atrngftle, to throw oil the c t?o
flic report detailn an eitt;ii rdinarv pro rose in the past '
year, the present adoption o: ;?rur.i: ir r law lu five Stare?
of toe Union: its marked rusnlt- fn fcu. improved condition
of tbe pw. Th.\ otpeoially tin* uiiuMn 1, wo king classes;
in wai ted money saved, dosoUte homo* in vde happy, drunk
run .?# and crime diminish* in qui t rtroct* and peaceful
3a>-? atba; the increawirg demand for tho law in me State
of Now York the ditcu-v .u and votes: tbe late Legislatero;
zh* to of the Tempcraiu e liii by Gov Siyiaou*, with it ?
uojb.-tnal and u&. atisfactory ic*?ons: the vx'raordinary
Spread of the prohibitory agitation in Ounce Dent, Penn
s>lvania. Maryland. Ohio, Indiana 1 lli*.oi$?. Tenn**t--j?e
and other States; tbe .National Alliance in tfuglaud and
Scotland for dislodging trslin-; il,e b-pc oflirt.iiu fo- re
demption from Britain s oar*-; the efln-uu' leagues of Ca
nadu. New Brunswick anu Nova *cuita; the .luinc I.aw
spirit at work in Swcdtu in Liberia Australia, and the
Sandwich Islands, and the hopeUm-me** and folly of alt at
temptr to fall 1 nek upou the power of more moral suasion
or any pcrible well enforced license ?yx* in. Tin? rap i'.
also a< tails tbe general operations of tb' past year* the
World's Temperance Convention in Now fork. numerous
Statu Convt ntiom and vopor's of orders and associations;
resolutions and procecditi .* u. ecclesiastical 1 >die<; impor
tf tion, exportation, and mar-ufac-lure of liquors: expenses
of panpcrlfin, idircv, insanity and crime, tbe fruit of intern
Serai*?* power of drift tin usages; iseues of the press, pub
cations and operations of the Union, duties, hopes and
cm cur air cm cut id temperauce men. Ac. AO.
At the conclusion of tliib report, Mr. Mar^ii read tliu
following resolution-, wbicli were adojtod:?
Resolved, That in celel ta'ing the eigktcci th annive rsary j
of tlie American Temper euro Union wo leel call-'d upon to j
take special ouffftiiance of the good baud that nas upheld
and guided us; to offer up devout thanks .King that n . enemy i
arrayed sgaintt us has been suffered to prosper; that darik i
clouus bave been dissipated; au l that tho prospect daily I
brightens of the ultimate triumph of the great truths on
which we are based, and w hich wo have long labored t > pro |
Resolved, That the reeult.i of tbe Maine law in the re
moval of temptation, thesavir g ut v.autea money, the dimi
nuiicn of drunkenness and crime. 4be ruloruiation of iuubr
at. s. the onco desolated homes ma 'c happy, the repaired i
' * * * * Hid quit *
bouaei, improvod farmn. peaceful H?rocts a lid q uiet Sabbaths
in the Stat * of its adoption and tbe fixed dotermiuation of
large majorities of tho people and thuir legislators to hoi'
on and rtsirt all clfurts to etat'.o r -epcal. bbow that God \
of a tin^h h with us; and r.flor 1 a isurauee tnat every iftate.
beholding tut apoctacle, will o'.timut l.v abandon tbe odious 1
system ot drunkard f.r?d pauper-making by Uv.s of license,
and secure pro tot tion by lews of prohibition
Resolved, That the logiuation of ti e State of New York
the past season has showu an ?.xn ted state of moral priuev !
pie und patriotisiu iu those who haio been elected to malic ;
tavfs ftr the people, and mat th veto of . ho 1 c-i'putance bill !
by tbe Goiernor cf the State fur realms which bear tiocx- j
animation ?*nd on unfounded assntupt(ons of itjrry to the ?
euuse of teinpcrance, is, incur opinion a vreat civil anl t
moral wr -i;^ to all the vitul in'crusts of tbe coruuiunity. j
We can view it oujyasn judgment of Heaven for our emb,
which should humlic a id excite ail the people of the ?&ata I
who lave tbeir cor.ntry and race, to greater zeal and earn- J
cftuess. that the mrse may be removed and the earth no j
more receive its slain. !
Resulted. That the American Tempo ante Unionsympn
thUe with all, in every Sta'e and na*i n who are engaged
in Miis warfare uitb tfiotrulPc in iutuxi'uitin; drinks with
etcry hssoeliition in our own land: with tbe* United King
dom Alliance m Great Britain; the M'ottish Maine Law
League; the ilaine Law Leaguu* of Canada, new Llruns
wlsa aisd Nova Scotia; tbe governments of Liberia at.n the j
Sandwich Islands; tho Victoria Anti Liquor League of Aus
tralia, and the mil.ions of a ti license in-n of India. To !
all we say: Brethren, your cause 1p right: beof good courage; '
ktyour tauus to strong; your work sliaU not go unreward
Resulted. That wo feel gra'eful for all that the Union
have Loeu able to socomplisn iu tat* past year, wad for tbs
favor With which their publleati -ns have teen received ia
the community, 'i hey a*k for Divine wi^d'>m and guidance
in all their labors; for t'.e co op ari u of nil philsr.tnropists
and patriot - of all ministers < f cburc'ice. of all mothers nud
uaughicrt, of men of wealth and liberality; uu i they pledge
a faithful tiovotcdncbS ol tini? and talent and m uey as it
shall be contribute* , to the great battle which is now to be
fonght for tbe world sredumption
Tbe Hou. TTioiiA>? E. Powkrp. Speaker of the Vermon I
lx?gi?la rura, was here introduced, lie would not, he
aaid, attempt te portray the evils of interaponnce. The
question waa, bow to get lid of tho evils of this system,
not to debate about it. (Applau.-e ) It i ? the strong
arm of the law thai* in to -olvc this nuettioa. The great
opponents of the movement an- avarice an! law?remove
these, anil the reform is eliecti ] Hut temperance
people th' ntaelves Ua ? done inueh to it .pede the pro
gress of tilth movement. Some of them bate eu leavored
to pasa partial laws, wherru . we must go to the root if
the evil, and stop it altogether But have wre.tlie power
to do so'; The speaker here quoted authorities to
show tvc had. lie thought the first thing to tic done was
to pass us stern a law as possible, mo matter how te; rific
the results. In those States that have passed this lav,
"old soakers" arc ashamed to indulge in ?' the ardent. '
Be thought the law ought to be as effectual us possible,
for vou cannot, sa.d he, get nie.i to appear as witnesses i
against those who drink liquor. Tue speaker here '
beri.ted the veto message of Gov. Seymour, and j
didn't think afte r nil. it amounted to much He argued
that the law was effectual in thoso States where it
was passed, for he had known men to walk lf> miles
in order to procure liquor, out of Ihelimi; i of the ?tate.
The hex. IIfjsy Vi'.iiii) Bekc iikk was the next spgaker.
He thought that nobody could doubt that intemperance
wa' a great evil; it was like the milkfe-.er in the West?
it was known to exist, yet none thought it was in the r
neighborhood. It v. ill not do to shake the axe at the tree
of evil?we must strike at tiie root. To speak to the
moral conscience of a man whose very occupation pre
supposes a want of it. 's ridiculous. Why, these men
have no' rot the place where the coiiscieuee ought to
.grow, (duiughier.) We propose to apply the principles
that have been in existence as loDg as .Saxon law. l'be
Maine law did not originate among tho rich?it is : dem
o -atic law. (Applause ) There are two things required
ai law?one or them is justice Kight la the first ele
ment. Then comes discussion. He anticipated opposi
tion, but we innst beat the way through the hearts of
the people to Alba? y. (Ap; laudc.) He leit he ought to
take th. weak side, and was glad of tho Governor's veto.
The discussion that will ensue will weaken the stronghold
of the devil?lie didn't mini the Governor, (lueughtor )
He next .-poke of the dubious course of some of the city
paperi on the liquor law, und said they were like the
Hatchman's cow?sometimes white and sometimes Mack,
(lamd laughter.) We cannot enforce, be -ulded, tbc
.present biws; wc aro a progressive jieopie; v,e must not
take the old. cumbrous machinery, uut meat improve on
it. We don't expect that wo can pass tue lav. to day
and enforce it to morrow. In tho country it will be en
forced immediately, and in the city ut a m e di. taut
period. The dry on which tho Maine law passes will
hereafter be celebrated, like the 4th of Jniv amid great
Tbo congregation then united in singing the following
God help our suffering raee
Strong urink's dark curse to chase
From off this earth !
-??ad blessings from aboxe.
Truth mercy, t? arc, and love
? 'h ! let thy S| irit move,
Anu hope havo birth I
Awhile the young world stood,
beauteous, and "ver good,"
lu God's pure sight,
But fraud and folly strange,
.Vow good to e. il change
And Iroui our hearts eitmuge
Ilia holy light !
Vo deeper stream of woe
Can curac thi- wuild below
t Than strong drinl s flood
Where every wave is w rath
i And passion's stormy bieaia
(ears man to sin and death
Through tears and blood '
1 Thrice enrsed traffic ! vile '
Where hope, on funeral | He.
Meets dark despair !
Where men, for sordid gain,
? I>eai out cises'e nnrt pain.
And spread their country's bane
With artful snare !
Cod help our sufferingrac,
strong drin* s black curse to cha e
Away from earth
May our Maine law now prove
A so\ creign law of love,
All through the nations mote.
And save the world I
Th > ( iiubmav here asked lor material id, an stated
That their opponent* hod a fund ol #100,000 He intro
duced the Treasurer ol the Union who csme forw .ird and
staled that the treasury was empty, aud he was opposed
to carrying an empty beg.
A Von*?What will Governor Seymour g've (laugh
ter )
M-. Marsh?lie gave $2.> to the society.
' What society?" askeii 'he Chaikm x: to which Mr.
Marsh did not re-poml. While the collect.i n wa<Uing
taken up.
Kev. Mr (trim addressed a few worts to th" an
? rneo. and then gave phice to
IWt. M-. Hatfiklu, who denied the allegation in the
Governor's message that the religious pvtion of tb?
Community was opposed to the Maine I.iqtu r law. If any
etattmeni waa false it w.is this; for their preaf am! pni
pit had given unmistakeahle evidences of the r< ,>ioi(Ai on
this subject. (Applause.J
He was followed by
Rev. Mr. Ci-Rvhj iru, of KMmkuMtll, who -tstet he
wouldn't be bom in any otlier than bis native Ft.it" for
five hundred dollars. (Gaud laughter ) rhe spe.iktr here
Went rn in a very humorous vein, tell;- T wane fnnnv
pu&l(ogi Qi Uc^htet. U? said U? tswk-.lle.s .a.iUA
'ii sympathy a? tlio toad did under the harrow When
h- nj-a lie he i n harrowing, and n load kept con
stani-- hoj jiiuar under t)ie teeth of the barrow After
lie had saved him several time" hi at l i.-t In. t all hie
patience. nnd run o-? r hiin. (Laughter.) It wan so
with therumscllci- He waa In f iVor of n if ,ng them
it their prt r.t trials, but if they oontinued lohop ttnuer
the harrow, let them take the fata >1 the tn.id (Great '
laughter.) On > wife prayed for fcr husband' * (a rum
seller) emersion to temgerance, an1 at length her I
p?aiei-,w:i! granted, .mi dlchar . early one morning,
a wore o'T l.ti- el in; men in the i end nnd knocked iu th? '
Vails of hi.- barrels instead, l'hir wife, when she caught I
her Bichard doing this, ran to him an i ki ed him at the
had only once kissed him before. (He:, owed laughter.' '
lie km w that the drunkard commcnci I t.v drinking win<
lrim rich '.t en's tables. In bis wutiio town was born
a girl, lore!* and rMjeetablo, but In rcduc.-d
c.n u instances, who tool; to mm mg for a living, aad att.n
> f of e!. hit en went to ItCaton to exercise her trade. S.ie
w.-v. reeeired w itli fare t into licit men's familii treat -d
as a meml cr of those <*:mllies, not at their tables, and
vat thus introduced to the habit of drinking wine
Prom tlrs ah* becam?? a Ideated drunkard, the associate
?!' thi lil-i'. white and black, bho came tack in her
difgract tu her native place and one night white sleep
i,_ lis! a;-n w ith nine drunken companion the ba n
tcuk fire and she waa burned Iodeath. 1 saw lier crisp.*!
form re it lay in ite rom-li eoffln. And oh! (lo>l, m y I
Mot -ii ueh a si^ht again! from this pathetic story,
which drew tears fioin many of the andionce, tlie speak
er fell b ck into his funny vien, and erected renewed
t eal . f laughter till the close of uis remarks
'tte I cm 'Ictien was th< n pronounced by the Iter- Mr
I'r.'iuau. when tiie audience retired.
inn rl' nti lloaril of Commissioners fer lorrlgn
Tli" meeting in behalf of the American Bonrd of Com
mJsalrn ? .? i-'oi'-ign Missions was held yesterday it
tic I'l .ci.lv.uv Tabi made. in the presence of a i, r y Ur ;?
audience?the lion. Theodore I reliDgtiuyscu, Presided,
Iu the el i air
The exercises oi the day were opened with prayor
niter which the hymn, "Glorious t.iiugs of thee ane
?I id en." was sung by tiie congregation, standing.
Tlio following interesting statement was then road by
ti ? Rev. Mr. Wood, one of the Secretaries of the Hoard:?
Tin* American Hoard of Commissioners for F<> eign
Missions has uc.ilei its care twenty eight mission.-, which
occupy one hundred and eleven stations ami ih.iiy igbt
regular out-stations. Of these misiiims. eotsn lire
among the aborigines of our own country, two are in
Airicu fone on the western couM. the other in the ten i
t< ry of the Zulus, near Port Natal, on the southeast
side of the ct ntinent;) one is in Greece, one to the .lews
In Tu i v, four are among the nominal Christians in the
midst of th - Moliamedanism of Western and Central
Asia, seven are on the continent In India, and one on
the island of Cey lon' three sro in China, to which a
fourth is now to be added ? and the remaining two arc in
the lovely isle of tiie Pacific. Since the annu.il meeting
hi October last, information Iiiih been reee ved of the
death of two missionaries, one unordained assistant
missionary, nnd one female assistant missionary, pix
missionaries and one female assistant missionary, who
at that dale were in this country, have returned
to thci" lb Ids of labor; twenty three new Iv
borers of whom six aie ordained ministers, have
been sent, making the present number of missionaries
(not including eight nt the sandwich Inlands, who. with
six lay and fourteen female laborers, are entirety sup
ported independently o the hoard.) to be 161; of unor
dnined or n-sistunt lnissionn'ies, 27; and of female as
sist; <nt missionaries, tin. The whole number of labor
ers :-ent from this country is, therefore. 107 With tV-n
are associated80 native preachers and 192 other native
helpers, making the total number of laborers connected
u ith the mi sions, and supported by their funds, to lie
f ?'8 feventecu missionaries and seven asaistaut mis
sionaries ..re now under appointment and expecting soon
I i depart?three missionaries to Micronesia, several to
tin Armenian and others to other miu. ious.
1 rem eleven printing establishments. 37,127,251 pages
of the Word of God, and of Divine Truth iu other forms,
were issued during .the lust year; ilie w Hole of issues
from thi heg'unh'; in Ing more thsi.'Jo8,0n0,i Ollof pagei.
In the !) seminaries . 23 boarding schools, and 712 schools
in Ihe missions, between 23,IK10and 24.0U0 pupils receive
instruction, who. with the blnssin - of God. will not only
be o their ralvntion, but furnish pa tors and other well
qunlifle<l agents for the work of evangel zatlon. One
hundred and three chnrches, under the care of the mis
sions i ontain nearly 20.000 numbers in full communion,
of whom 2 01S w re received during the year last re
Hie receipts from Augur t 1,1833, to May 1. 1854 have
ben $210.2uO 17. being $3,847 32 more tuau iu the co.
r>']-i tiding months of the pieiious flnanctul year. The
expenditures of the yiar will, however, neee-sarilv foil
not mui.h below $7>ui jks) nuriug ti.e remaining three
months, $110.1 oO. or $So.950 pt r month, must therefore
bi .intubated, to enable the 'treasurer, attlioeudnf
the year, to exhibit to uelicit. The amount received into
the treasury dur.ng the.-*- month* of last year Was
$23,7' it 7b, or an average of $31.Out) per month.
la tl " j'tesent biief statement no utteuint wiil hi miuie
to lepict the progress of the ".eat Work in which the
Boat ;. in cot.mon with other similar organic
ticds is engaged. ?? can only >ay, in the moit
general term that nover ha# the enterprise tdnt
bin r its object the conquest of the world o
the hnviout'i> crown, pre-ente r mi ispoct more animating
t faith, or rmreeentemnlv impressive. than it doe4 at
the preM'nt moment. ' The Breaker" ingoing fortn o
do II,s predicted work ol overturning among the ni
t Ions. the voice, wl i U centuries ago, was heard to cry?
"V?t once morel shake uot the earth ouly, hut al o
heaven it tow souuuing the note of commotio i,
which cannot hut have the most important bearing, ou
the extension of the kingdom of Christ. Korit time our
expectation? n rot bo realized. l.'isasvroaa events
n av be permitted to operate ugmnst the hlefsod came
which we seek to promote. It may he prerequisite that
the nul'ons I* hnmhied under terrible .judgments, and
judgments ot long continuance, to pre|.are them to tu.-u
unto Hint sgikinst whom tlmy have s,-> grievouslv sinned
Bot assuredly out ol' these convulsions and conflicts,
however desolating, however seemingly disastrous for a
Ms-en, will the wisdom that permits them to this very
i nd, bring ultimately freedom for the gospel snd its
glorious triumph., in alt lands. And we cannot bell've
ihat where Hod haul wrought such wonders as he his
dor c for religious liberty, and the establishment of Bl*
troth in Turkey. He intends to let all be cientempo
! rnriiv reverted and lost. I p to the ltt'est dates, our
brethren there and in Persia arc preserved safely iu the
midst of per ls, and no serious interruption has been
occasioned to 'heir labors; arid although four of the fu
1 turo keeps mouy lact. frcin an open mow 1 of their crn
victions. the Holy ftp! t is doing a work of regeauratisn
I in the heart.- of some, and impressions are making on a
sc.,1- taut plum. 04 great simul'aneouv niovenmuU in
the adoption of ? free and spiritual Christian'ty here
after . The reformation among the Arnreciauit and tue
l Nest< riaur. end in by r>;v and Assyria, is inuring stead ly
onward? on el mcnt of ppw t r?a bright star o. iifu?in
respect "o the future of thorncountries. Concession*
have already been u)adc, a.na engagement.-: entered into,
un , r tie ' . _iessiorts of a Power that meant theur unt.
but i me'.h ng w . iy diflerent. vvhichare most larcrable
in their Inevitable influ' ncer on the nun-Mussulman
I mind in i's rclalions to the tenth tha' .strves,
i an. vrliiel . if c: rrli-u out, tnufct secure freedom to the
1 Mobamedan population, and prepare it also to .cceivo
! atd obey the (io.-rel. Tho whole framework of the ?x al
| and po;...ca' institutions of the Trrl.lshempire is being
? taken down for reconstruction, and the life of tfoha.n
i medaBism is departing. the revolution, partially accom
plished, uleo, in China, is literally without a parallel.o
lii?*or\. Who, a few years ago, even Imapin. las pis
si 1.1 . these events cow occurring iu tha, great stronghold
of pagan superstition and idolatry? Verily, w' en we see
Bi.eh things . \w mov well believe Ihat the end drawrth
nigh And while vve adore the haud that doetli those
wonders, should wi nut be ir. ited to new ardor aud vigor
of effort In Is half of a cause tbat liao such support,
To this are we not called by i very c< n iteration of inter
est, gratitude ami duty In all* the B ids of oui labors
there is a great work to be done; snd Ocd is working
tbu.' marvellously, tlmt, wfth humble aud sure trust,
w ? tr.ay g'rd ot. - Ives for the conflict in whi.lie sum
n.or. ? us to His iielpagainst the migh'v. Where arc eur
young icn ..ud our men of strength, llil.-d with seal "or
thelp.ril of Hosts, to respond to His call' The prospect
la regard to candidates for the mbsfonsry work H more
m o irn^.'i.g thnr it bus hi- n for some time pa-t Jh-re
is also some .serrate in pecuniary contributions; but is
this increase at all commensurate with the claims of the
Wn ? T o grai ,1 no vemeiits of l?Mne l'ruv'denr* in
pagan and Mol.anierlan lamb snd the Messing of Pod
Which Is granted to our humble labors make vi e le
Vnaud cn the sc us end dsught is ot the church to carry
the Co'p?1 to the benighted, ai fo- toeuns to sustain
them to wax loudi snd louoe with every revolving sun
Tbii, if our hopes are not iu vein, it what should be cur
expectation until, iu answer to tra.er, an i through the
felk ship i f the church in the tra>til of the K i.'i-ier'a
soul for a dying world, the waters of salvation roll at a
ungiity Uoid.
"And hVr v tea of rl J",
Ibalt'praad foem a tor'I"'
The Tbv. C. \ . A. Van l?TCk M. If., of the mission to
Sjrfa. first adder-oi the rneetlrg He j-oke of tliodu
tl"s aud obiects of the 8 stiety. 1 i n . ai .?? or churches
had no r.ghttobo diseomaged, even if Hod at Urn begin,
ningdid not crown th ir suiih nccMi. A mis
sionary iu the En- ' * ly i "iv.il e letter from a friend
la th't country, ng how mani . onvr t he had tnsde.
This !? the Idea that, eople ,ere l.avework of the
missionaryabroad They forget that iHe missionaries
go among 11 ople tbat ?.re diiterent ro-u thenmelves in
manners, habit?, eostomt n' ion, aud >vilnaf i. 'int
?etwithstanding these duaovanUta 'Tirltliaot have
no longer any rea-'n tn cot in <>> ml ol tucce-' He
df w the att'n'.ion of the a ?? i' if- , tticutsiriy toli-.-t
em Asia. Uvashut a few ye.o t slnce tlx Arm-nLnn
ir.in.on was established and now it w*s spreading over
the Hi?t, and the opposition the' was at first made to it
is ia a greet measure srltt. irnvm The si?< nl.e^ I,ere ?n
'?:? d Into nrgi. ments Pi prove that tie M homrd&n re
ligion was declining, sn l org d th- rices." ity of i-'-udliig
< ut more mlteP*! * * tooarry '.n the work of evsngsli
Th" R"V 1>. O. Audi, T' P., of 'ho Bombay m!vidua,
tlien add*es*ed themeetirig. He revi< wed, at considers
be- Isn/y'li. the history of India, from Its conquest, by the
Mshomedsns down to the present lay, when Bouthara
India by the i rovldi nre of Hod fell Into the hands of a
Pri 'estant p"w> r which perrr'ttcd the free el culatlon
of the Pcriptrtrc. and gave religious liberty to all. The
religion of the pes pU?estirmtcd rt otK hundr -dand
Vv-S liVi'- itUibv.VHS
collect tlr ni, and (heir gods wore no multiplied Hint no
one was able to number them The speaker enter it in'o
.,n e .aminnth n of the religion of the Hindoos, ami the
ben-fits which t'i people have derived from the ' brut
iaa miaciunarieB in India At Hint there was great oppo
sition made to the mi-.ioniiries ami to the school ays
teui: but thria ycart. L. .'ore lie left Bombay, there were
nun, a..live schools established, and ti e eau.-e was
jiro;;?( -?i: rio-t satisfactorily. 'Ihe Scriptures hod
-insisted into one hundred and fifty different Ion
gutu.' s :< a sacred literal- ie had be< n prepared, and
?as sent ever the couo'r by colporteurs at reduced |
piieeu ( ily one HL\ h of the missionaries in India wore
from Atueii'-n?theivd were from Eiuope. ...Ainoricam
at" not lul" -ing as thev should. This woH. requires
their ptaye.s, their contributions, and, from many, their
personal s- -\i ? The i'-v 'rt-ud gentleman closed lata re
marks;! bout India by referring to one who was bu ied
there?BUI op Heher?sud bo ui-h -d tin t the hymn,"From
t,reenlund?s fey Mounts,ns," of wbieli he was the author,
lui^lit be eu'ig by tin- audience ti ith one heart and \oice,
? bicb . a,', aeeordiugly done.
The Rev. Mr. Cuvlkr made a few appropriate remarks,
atnl railed tor more missionaries from the American
Church to tin- heathen in distant lands.
Hie Rev Mi. THOU iron, of this city, then addressed
the meeting. He painleo in glowing colors the condition
of the blast in the present crisis of an impending war.
He eat mei.ned nnd described the va Ions missionary
station* along the roast of Asia Minor, nnd bore testimony
to t >a zeal ol the great and good men whs hail charge of
tin in.
The Rev Mr fi lms was upon tlvo programme as the
ne\i spi a1 er but. in consequence of the lateness of the
hour, t-.o gave way to
The R v. J r. ltuey, who spolte with liis usual eloquence
an- leiviv. I.e sai l ?^ our attention has been diicetei
to i .iy to all the noted regions of the Fast?to the pre
s id mighty rnnllici goincon amongtheK.urnpeannat'oui
?to tie classic haunts ot (. recce?to the sscied scenery of
ps'c ini?i,n.i to tho atelislios ?.f your missionary labors
a lodii. I>iUr aud propriety, therefore, require me to bo
bi i-i 1 ennuot help expressing my admiration of the
wort,.- of thin great society, til tie r societies fare doing
eel . but this ism's in the tore-lronl lts'labors have
beer el a;octetIjvd by peculiar w isdom, and have bel li
crowned of (ioii with peculiar suites.-. T heard one ol
II. ? peer-of England lutely in tin-House of bonis wlifii
sj crhirg on the He .tern questiou, quote Pr. Ihvight. and
having done r.o he turned aside to pay homage to tbe/e.il
sinl i.ulirinp activity of Aroorhmi missionaries In ti e
lui.-t. It was the Earl of f-batteabury (Applause ) lie
QtirensUati-il that in Turkey the rights of conscience
were : st gaining ground, while the very oppn-dte was
taking place in Ri la. There the C: ar had prohibited the
circulation of the Rilde. With regard to this conlliet,
no not suppose that England uiid France are fighting for
Mnhomedaai-m. Mabomedanism is e. civil us well as a
religious power, and thev are only vindicating its rights
as the former; against the ruthless tyrant who has al
Ii'udy pionotinced the uiau to be sick, anil is waiting to
plaut his claw- upon him. (Applause.) It is to repel
ihic that Uiitain has taken up arms. You have hoard
the subject'of tour missions in the Fast freely discussed
ti day?they are in the south of India, Lu tlie north of
Ceylon audi Mtdn I wai peculiarly interna ted in
the nii.-sion al Ceylon. 1 was ce- irous ot visiting it, and
endi avoied to do so. hut failed from reasons beyond my
Tho I'-v speaker here alluded in the most eulogistic
terms to the Rev Mr. Fcuddor, and his three sons,
American mistionaries. Ho spoke ol the Madras mission
? the i edgion? and particularly thai ol devil-worship,
cm err: the Brahmins?the intrigues of tho Jesuits, anil
finally represented the field as a most uriluous one for
the missionary. He concluded vviih au eloquent and
powerfulap; eel to the peoi le ol' fhis country , to Increase
the means n r the spread of the everlasting gospel, and
to si nd forth more laborers to work for tiie evangelisa
tion of the world
At the eonclusion of I'r. ThifT's speech, r hymn was
ri ng ? after which a benediction was pronounced and
the mec-ing separated
/VivollMoh at ?Ur Tnberiiarle.
The New York City Anti-Slavery Society. An off-shoot
of tbe Corrisnni.m abolition party, held what called
ltd anniversary meeting at the Tabernacle, last evening.
llic annm-nce-mcrit that Mr. Theodore Parker, of Jtos
trn, would speak for the first time during the- week, s?
cured a largo audience, including many women, who
wont at. they go to the theatre, as the tickets wore cole
at a shilling each: the " show " atpciuan-e of the a lair
v ? heigh- ut-tt by a little crowd around the ticket older.
Munyof the big guns of the , arty. iii' U.ling M - ? r?
Wr'ght, Garrison. Theodore T'nrker Wendell Phillips,
and others, were seated upon the platform. Also, A J
Uarls, the spirit rapper. Uc Hie meeting was called to
order by Mr. Laches WrrxoaK, the President of the
T>.e t hairmau introduced Rev Mr. MAY, 01 Mat?*
churetta, who opened the exorcises of the evening wit i
a long abolition prayer; but a number of the strong
mind;' J abolitionists, male and female, of the Wright and
b oater stamp, seemed to take but Yery little interest n
?bo devotional proceeding*.
The annual report was alluded to by the I'rcr.dert it
is printed, and makes a pamphlet of twenty four pages,
but gives none of the usual statistics It repeats the
usual abolition arguments, ami glorifies the officers for
the success of the lectures delivered last winter
Hot. Tueodokk Pvkki.k, of Boston, woul l ask the ut
tention of the audience foi a few moments to the stnte
ol aim erv in America. Geographically viewed our coun
try is beautiful exceedingly Here is the foundation of a
meat nation?not a nation, but a commonweal'h, with
ulno diffeuticts enough in blood to make a new race ol
ne n and mu-h belter tlion the present Anglo r-avoo.
Tl " h intern end Western sectioi o' the country are the
fiwst mo tions of it. What a Spectacle it is ! A Lation
not eightj years old, o gieat in Us cradle Ah Lis is a
democracy?a repubtic. No pvie?t to stand between the
I coplc and their Cod?no Popes tOimpose their nen hews
on th" Church l'ho people are all?bishop priest and
king 1 .verything?*1 ecch, travel, religion. the press, is
free It is a nation founded upon industry. A nation Ol
farmers and miners?not soldiers The army gives one
wider to everv twenty four thousand inhabitants. .
The nation is ' the wealthiest, next to England^ |
\bove nil tbi.- rises tbe gri lt American olca?that
oven man is entitled to certain inalienable rights,
on which tho government, must rest. Above that |
is the oilier idea?one God, one Christianity ! whose
worship is love. What a contrast this seeing to Europe.
And this iv the aspect presented to the victims of Euro- j
u n despotism by this country. But when you come
neuior, tie land is black with siaveiy. More than one
cifcJith ol the citizens nre called cattle, and the right* f>*
buwanitv uinst not he extended. Mr Parker real iron,
the ifichinond Enquirer, to prove that the leading Idea
of tin* south was in accordance rvith the above state
ment. In spite of law slavery has gone to California,
and in the Mate in whose capital twelve hundred murders
have been committed in one year, slavery tins been
veiy prop..lv leualived for a ibort time pre(siratory to
its final, htahlislir.i'.nt Mna'or I oote, whose brother is
a slave, tlfateiied to hang John P. Hale on the highest (
pin- lu Alabama, became be was the only man that
dared to be truw to freedom. The.e is not one spotoi
11eo ?o'l. from NootUa bound U> Key V est In no part of
tbeeoymtrv i? tbere freedom, except the five tbousand j
acre that Panid Webster surrendered to Ashburton ir
1&42- (Iin.be8axidapplftu.se ) The President - .oui?
sworn uion a negro'.-, back, he should be .worn pro
tect no hi\ya but fugitive s ave laws?no property but
slave.. ihe Supreme Court Is a?lav? court?the Senateits
a slave tenate?the Senators are overseers. Mr Douglas
is a ir eat overseer, and Mr. Everett u a little ovc. seer.
(Laughter and applan-o.) The government gives a ,
tone-stead to every white man's child but ?ni give no u 1
U, ( PAtir'-n of the same color that. Madison ielt behind
him (Hi >es and applause ) ft is a crime to t . n
tlie-e cli'I In n their letter- tnat they may spell out thilr
I ibb- At tbe North the black man is shut out o
the meetinghouses because he is black, sltboug , '?
cording lotlieir theory, he may sit in heaven w ita V ie
lust men made perfect! The black nan 1stirlren out#of
tbe gravevard, . Ti n. Only the gallows and th ??* ?re j
oien to the black man. The press is generally s L , '
ofslavcry. Bv tl.o old Virginia law. w hen a ;? ive had |
three tourths'white blood in his veins, be beca. fr>
, It is a fact that most of the Virginia slave, are from h ,l
to thite fonrtbs white, 'ibis being the fact, it ??
mope- d to repeal the Uw. and make the standard nil e
* tenths. Now. Mr Jefierson left chUdren by h.s -duv-?
and beforw tbwy cnnld b* Ir.v. their female WMPBdM U
might laar slave chddr. n to eh.ee Presidents, trom .i.-f
trrson to 1 ierce In relation to Mr Agassi? Mr 1 ar..er
said that, by bis recent treatise on races, he tied sow
| bimseif to be the support of slavery, and all the t utbern
or .s have joined in the exulUt.on over his ov'actum.
Mr MltcUel comes over here and has tue reputation ol
bring a brave mm; but here, the Irish A[w?tl? is only
I the slaveholder's Paddy. Tbe Eroneror of Russia, even,
ha d liberal ed some three millions of Lis slai e? Vi bat ?
cent!ast between the Autocrat of Russia ami the sis e
holuing democracy of the I tilted Mates . What ? r_*
| to t*-hold. that every eighth person In the lan 1 cannot
I call bis or her Utile finger their own And, though A inert
i cu claim* 1 to be . n educational country, yet, through
out one half of tbe land, it was forbidden to teach those
oppressed children of toil the throe letters that spelt
God. Though w e translated tbe Bible into one hundred
and forty languages, and sent missionaries to eve^parr
<f the world, the only missionary that approached? th
skive is the overseer with his whip, in place < ,
Tl." Msndii.avlaa, the German, the French, ant uiner
. n igrnnU, all bat. slavere, except the Irish, whn. M H
B,n. r I thing. >ide with the slaveholders. He wool, ljk'
tos?. a Catholic priest c me out in opiioailion to
? , /Apylause.) The ?oice of commerce here in
N * l i rl w sho-tlle to freedom, aa was al?o the greater
f?n,, ike capital of MassachuaetU. The slave trade
1-twis ' war a profitable business to capita lists. In t!'
v. '? J -4- a ship! named the Edward Kv< rett, carried ne
kio. s or two voyages betwren Baltimore ami the ex
U,n< rbiuth "A fit name, indeed. (Applaum- ami
i,'.?cb biasing) The Kr.?t men?the great ma
tor m.id ete?Clay, Calhoun, and ^tebstrr?were
prophets of slavery" ami against freedom (l-*1^1
and applause.) Even John Q. A. lams, as >...,.4
m thing again.' sUvi ry, though In his latter daj? n<
made ?m; le amends for his acts of
fr -tdents, Secretaries and r.fllce holders art and_
b< , n pro slavery men Pierce himself. In his ina ? '
trn.k .id.- decislvelv with the honth. In ths htate
%?sM. euUsUyVtr; frctWm- ??
faith, with the eiception of \ ermnnt which, however
was in uo way a commercial State. .-slavery, though not
mentioned in the constitution, had effectually coiilrolloil
the country since 1787 The speaker the i went on to
say that, however public opinion might change in rc
gard to politics, national banks, tariffs. donations of lite
public lands. he , it never changed in respect to slavery
lie referred to the agricultural and natural resources of
the Southern States as being especially valuable, and
Contended that those States were by no meaus
Js veal thy unit prosperous an their naloral ad
vantages would ponoil them to be it si iverv
were abolished. The -peaker then reaii an im
mense array of figures relative to the population
s -h' ol statistics laiul under cultivation, circulation of
newepu) ers, number ot persons able to read and write
and an cuormou- ijuantitv ot otlier particulars ocr ipv
ltig neurly half an hour m the reading ol them, and all of
which he considerately requested the reiiortcrs to give in j
cr'c. ' 1 he gist ol the argument, however, was to '
i how that New > ork was a greater Slate in point of num- 1
l-crs wealth and commerce, than Virginia. lie t>ien '
touched upon the Gadsden treaty, and the Nebraska bill, in '
an t-ioieilnigly disci reive wanner, uuil briiucht-d oil to
the acquisition of Cuba. He expresseil it to he his belief
that Is.pcr. met with n destined Inte when In lust his lii'e 1
on the scatlold. 7his wee .mother move, he believed U>
extend slavery but be thought Eugland. on iiccount ..f 1
hci ,-p.inisli Wtli Wl old out ' . ii cot to our Mttlirinr
Cuba, klOicaver, lie und. mood that there was an o;,-!*?
no nt ' i to en h igl.uul ami Spain to emancipate ail ti j
hbf(", HI t not withlU twenty years. I'iiwi, u . ti , ?i
tacking the island, he would irmiuJ his heaters that tin; |
Iaptaln General had a document io bin pocket a.ii'i.jr
I7ing hiiu to free nd arm the blacks ut such a n?>
meiit is he saw ht. It e fastnesses ot [by .
the voinito. and olk?r uImam-s, w?mM tfcViVr be
conduct of a war extreme! v ?:tj cult HcsHt-s tlx .? ,<??,,? ,,
would issue tfttirs uf marque llow. then, would the
stoca.s in Wall end State .-(nets be wheu tbe news the
hc. uto of our ships was received
Oft'iinpiiig of.feet, signs ot impatience, and l,a,
i ./ 1?l arrtuti me. toy friends, you w.ll soon have
bettc> thuigs.
A \ on v? thi ti let us hu\ e firm.
Mr P. went on ami t many m-,n, of dissatisfaction and
He iontw, ted \?"K1U|* U,i* 1 j',"1 ?' ?' ?.rs
mLs ? that large asu-i bly with tht .act that
hhTr ?" ??n*n'i,! b!!' I"1 ? fvw years ago. wire un
able ,t> gat a hiJl in th s city in ? aich to hold meeting
thorn v"-"' vat ions, when speaking about
thee.xc.nsion of th.-word 1 .laverv ' lrom xtieoon?titu
lion, yet the tnfhicnce of 1 hut institution coutroHIng the
government of the country, whether whig or democrat
he related what bvtermou anoid legend, to the following
effcot ?1'ofo-e i lie flood there misted a monstrous giant
that they railed Cog; and when the waters were rising
and (tic ark was about to float, he wa led towards it
avoiding the deep holes, (laughter,) and asked Nouh to
lake :u i n board. But Captain Noah said.?"No, I caa't
take you on board; you nre n dangerous fellow,
and y on 11 make trunble. I dare not take you ou board;"
audi.? shut down the window of the tirk. (Renewed
merriment) "t.o to thunder," xiaid Cog, "I'll ride
after all," and he put his foot on the side of tbe ark and
got astride on if, Willi his right lc on the starboard and
his left on tbe larboard, and bo he was enabled to steer
the a,-'; whatever way ho pleastd. and made tilings very
uncoxntortable within " It was so (Mr. P. resumed)
with the constitution; they would not take slavery in?
there wns no such wor I to be found its it?but it was a!
lov.f'd to {/et and it bad evor - inco goverue i tUo
counti., and made thingy very uacomfortablo within.
Iliis exceed, ngly facetious allegory was, of course, re
ceivcilWith the usual quantum of "ha has." At last
when Mr P was obliged to knock under to Wie decide i
evidence of impr.tienee and weariness, which his tedious
batatigue called forth, he gave wav for
IVM L. (.lAUOo.N, wht came forwurd and observed that
they had had so much good wine that evening, from tbe
gentleman who had so unnecessarily. a? lie thought, sat
down ..ml Wing a temperance man himself, lie would
not 1. v. thent tskc too much He con ii h ted himself i s
a rniit c-.ek boat between two seventy fours, (Messrs
Patk -i and Phillips,) ami would beg lim .e lobe considered
crushed, (laughter and applause.) Mr. (. then re
tire-1 anil Mr I nntirs came forward, amid much at>
plaubc. and spoke in substunce as follows:?
LaUtOB and gentlemen, 1 am well aware, with the '.Bit
spca.-.er, who lit:- so gracefully, and 1 think uuneces
tar 11 y li ft this stand, that while slavery islml iiug its
midnight si Son tit Wa-lungton. 'reed- en is disputed to
go bom?at 10 o'clock (-'No. no." applause), and I will
therefore not detain you but for a few in .merits merely,
lout w ma t Hi! tin auuouiiccuu-ut that l-roughi you
to this in) S. ("Goon ' "Goon.") Allow me to com
ment. onu-wh-vt upon the stuthtics md facte wnich our
ft ten ' Mr. Pat'.er ha* just presented t<- ou. He toll i s
of the wealth of New York and or flu-'poverty or Vir
ginia. urn i.e laid btfr -i us, amp! and io detail ell lis
items Had lie bad a little more time 1 doubt not be
would lime added one oilier item to the balance - beet
V-onlu have been this :?Poor a he is, utiablc to
rent! and write there Is one item in which, as in her
1 igo -ancc history say- she outdoes few York?mat.
! "'}?? whut slit-means. Julius Co-iar
bus described, "What she wills, <ho wllis with a will, '
| and with ell hor eighty-seven thousand men .'hat cannot
rear :m<* write she rule* thu nation. Thn aggregate
we.-.th ot Ni w Ye k and of New- Knginud was unable to
buv up Webster?V rginiii over hh: us. Count up vour
gout?pile it o|i-Met the flashing gems in vour midnight
ciiveui tii?k? daylight, unit yet th-.-c .utli 'hua the m ig c
to buy up all your hverett* and Weu.sfers. Your tner
cLnnts me< t to morrow in the Pti-k?. d Mess them
(Ion : <?> ? ers)?to -cud up n pro' ?. . fnf m u ?
swmule it is u noble ebor- and thev w i.do tiieir ut
most I i-Kiev,- the old spi.it of i vitt ,a aliie a. uin.
Wi.at f.uli hmg uno Harry (?tis tried to do in 182" thi v
will trc to-day. Mt Parker told us 'hut the great
hew Il/injpshlrc traitor w is gone. Oh ? n?.
When he lay ujioti his death tied at Miirah
Hi-W. h ? said "I still live." Where the New
> ors rr,cri-lunt? oc-ft uitli yokes up. n their necks to
protest sgaltist an e' il they canrsot help, he -'still lives."
(hi those untroihlrn mount-ins of Nebraska, whic h
.1 the press and pulpits <.f ,>ew \ork ami Ni-,. rlngiand
could not save for freedom?he '-Bti!l li.es " vV'her
ever on the broad earth the it -art of the victim ?uil a
itliln linn, and the pulse of the tyrant beats finur |
?_st. i live-," an-t his s; irft rules over the l-lacl t-ntiz
rtr.rm against freedon. Tin ye words ci me back to ua
in t in the rlaintive accen's of a dving man, but almoit
in the jeering Hugh of th.- moMing fiend for every lover
of liberty. Mr. 1' then went on to sav that we alwsv ?
bad either slaves or alavelvoitters fur Presidents He
) referred the Utter to the former. Ifw had no dough
lac' s at tb North, hi contended, thi re would be noni"at
', binyl- n. The great evil, however, was in " Go/,"
and he w ,-nt for throwing liira oJ tlio ark Thus, Hiicsk
ing of Webster, Mr I" suit: he cou'd not nfTorJ to forg-t
nun whose i vii lived after them. (I i-isi ssadanulau-t* )
When we go bac! into l'aradle-- (continued Mr P)
I will mi self spous well of S-nt.-n : until I do i
mean to call him "devil." (Hiss.-., Warn vou make
the grave at Marshfield large and strong t-m.ugb to place
in it the fugitive slave law, and ? Itiu it down itn the
*ea[ of bc-.iiiH.n, I will consent to applv to the name of
Webster no epithet eveept one of pra'fs- (Applause,
; and constderaMe hissin-r ) This el-m nt of slavery w.ii
marring our com]?iss on all ai.tes It Beems but common
sense, thru to cliange the whole relation of the couutry,
aiiu^t rni ol ftavcnr and its influence over tbe politic*
and religion of th? tnnd. Where are thoae Pro
testj-nts against slaveryf why have tbey not mute the
bind tremble beneath the force of their rebuke toc-'jnntor
J otipLi* for tbo inMilt- bo had hp-ip^d upon them' Wo,
ti-e abolitionist*, are the ineo, and the on!y aien who
have Uttered our indignation against his atta-ws the
clergy men of the North, who were insulted, .-n-silentf
M-tt or all those aggressions by slavery upo-i th?
cu" e of freedom, there was one tl log In which t i f lune
not Miocc'ti '!fd, tfiat is- the ri^ht of froceocMCh peti
tion?to hold auch meotinff a* this. Ibe .Soul!, st
tempted to break tlu-m down?in lhat case she tailed,
let us never then surrender this manhood of thinking
for ourselves?of denouncing men and parties no mat
te- how boldly and frankly?who are recreant to the
f*ukei of freedom. And let u go home with Uiis k ??n,
itiftt it i* rittlit to learn lrom rhe enemy," a? v ;bi*t
what, prosperous New Vork and NewhngUnd ...mi, is
n, to rend and write more to make more 111..11 .? bui
it is to Imitate the "pluck" of the South? to .1 i i bv
yourown institution*- ?to be willing to riprewu y? .rown
tdia--. and to send men to Washington who wiii n -id is
gallantlt by New ?ork. as th< Southern men iei ,/ th
south (Loud rpnbiuse.) That apoUuse i i veri rate
ful; send it to Ys-htngton Incarnated In v repit-enhv
till- who v. ill speak if. (Cheops.) Don.it end Ih eih
dolbir?ihc working loom?the bushel of grvln frou. ti ?
te l.-a?-c country. acrid you a man who w .1 rallv ruun I
I. rrit Smith (Applanae and tiinsei.) ">?nd vou a man
ti UI as be ward and n little wiser, (nppk ihc ) for Seward
?- .1 man. 1 think, that would change i'upuviu N--sb lor ,
litter one; whereau I would have him pot Ins head oi
i . ,o window and pull "Gog" off the irk by one ol hi
b (Laughter and applause )
Iho audience separated immediuU-iy aft?r Mr. Phtlllns
L iu cJotea his reinkrks.
York Confrrrnce rnwl Society.
Pie tirot unniverwiry of thia k? lely was held
iait i ight in the Jane atreet Methodist K|'isict>|>?i 1
church. Thli eoeie'y was organi7ed about a year
iitro aa an auxiliary to the American tract
eitaMbhroent in Mulberry atreet, and has, we are In
formed a ready I* en of great aealatanoe to tt in the dls
?i ruination of trv.ta, and in the aupport of colporteura.
piahopt<eoU presided. From the flrat annual report we
)< am that the receipt* during the piu< yter amounted
in orer while the expend! are* did notcxce.'d
$100 The tmnrd of tbo society huee employ d fire col
porteura, two ot wlium re laboring in Will ?wnaburg,
i nd one in Chieago, 'he whole tliri c being (j< i u.ana, who
go anion* their countrymen. The amount of time
<naryed the society by the *1 olo number of colporteura
la a Utile over eleven montha. German books were aold
to iliesaioe of ?'JjO; 8.hWi familiea were visited, and of
thin number the colporteur* prayed and eonwraed with
bfib. They have also i:l>tributed o Cdl tracta. and h
ft public meetinga, all of a strictly religo.u- character.
At the conclusion uf the report Kev M FUgv .iwoirrHT
oaa introduced to the audience. In place of K 'V Mr.
rteveiM, who Wa* absent
Iho roierend gentleman commenced by alluding to the
unexpected position in which he was placed, and then
I roo < ded to speak on behalf of the Tract Hociety, and
ec< mm' nd*d it to the support of hi* audience Through
atirh aoeietlea, aaid he, ia Christianity more thoroughly
promulgated, for they aend out missionaries among
ihoee who are ignorant of the trutha of the Qo?pel. the
moat remote end* of the earth had been (penetrated by
the u iu'oauilea aent forth b. tar v rt .*'?>? ?? ?? ???? ?
tien?; id he?then nations were brought uito the 'old o
the Christian chu?cb. T1m> hpeal.fr considered it ?s <,n<*
ol the greatest imttrnmeiiU v. ' ioii could b* employeu' 101
the conversion of the world, ouil it wo.* therefore entitled
to tlio support of all who Inn! the interests 01 truer n
({ton at heart. By uir nscf trncla and colporlcurn nrc.it
beneath had been listened ujioii mankind, in * r !>. us
point of view. T he pro s .md the pulpit were also g-?est
agencies for the dihhoniin iMon of Christianity. iTvvi wa
ft true, writer so were oilier apostles, and this aocletv
was but following out the t rample of IT ore n't
preachers in carrying oa tbc work in which ibey v.,?e
*np\;ed. Hi *? tract- ne aaid, wen absolutely ne.eie
navy ' a means of counti-reeling the pernicious influence
of tin- tiiousaiidh cfinfidil productions which were lion I
m|| the country Those who were -raployed in the rnifi
Sr.'itf 01 and wile of thioo wort, were supping tin luuu.lu
tionsof our republic; for, if thev svneeoded in mi. , rt
ills- re I glon, our liberties must fa'II with it. The spe iher
?iiao alluded (o i)i? novels of h u yenS fue and iiuloi r tud
K iho liter of distinguished burgiwrs, in this con
flection, and related several Instances v.Lcri tiie
leading of them was attended with I Pie dehtrucliou of
those i. whom they were rea l. The reverend gentleman
'uclmt' If. speakingof the enorotiohroents which 'lie
t athoiics were making upon the institutions of the enun
try, and their attempt to subvert the public h hool
?V1""'"'. n*y su'^ bttrne I the flilile, and one
Catholic lind avowed to him their intention to persevere
until Ihey had enable hod ? ai-olle schools in every
ht ite in phi -e oi those whicii ihey may succeed in des- '
troyirig. He believed, how rer, that the patrioti-.ni of
it. and those virtues which eh.trm ierize I the American
J?1"!"!'1'" not did, and that the v were the offsprings of
the lhble to which he also attributed the deciuratloe <?f
iticej eiidcnco.
'U.o audience was next addressed by !>r. It ,k. ,he
<< ve-i ondlug Pecretary of the Societv.' He considered
work more eflectivo than talk, and' that bv it would
the roe eiy do more for mankind than by preaching only.
Labor was in his opinion, the great ngentofehr -ti.ir.lty
for without it its principles coala not be disseminated
,i u,"'rr 'no idea that Coil command* it, work ut.der
the no i thai th>- world in to In* redeemed bv it?this is
t. e ;? test gospel which wc all must believe in,'if we would
uccoiiii Ihh t tty great purposo.
At the conclusion of JJr I'-ck'r remarks, a collection t
was tanCD up, aad tbc mooting adjourned.
American toe ety for Am l: r ling the Condition of >
U, ,1 -wft, in the Hutch Reform. .1 < l.urcb, Lafayette place 1
at < .Si 11. Addrosa by Rev. John TorsylU, of Newburg j
i? -
A -liOHi-UKfiit 4?f 4!,<. Houmi'.
Expfclfil Jddtf i of (Iip !Vpw York \arinn?l
Ac i Ac., ASc
Jnt- wstlng from Washington.
IVdMiii.vt.To.N, May 12?Midnight
Wearied out with a protracted struggle o{ thirty-six
hours duration, Ike House but a few minutes since .wl
jon -nod on motion of Col. Richardson
The reporters Lave doubtless fu,wished you With an
account of the closing scene. Considering the exc ted
state to which members had become worncd up, it I as
been a subject of remark that personal collisions ! ?d
heretofore keen avoided.
WASnntoTOR, May 12, 1864.
No nrospfctof an adjournment?the opponents of the .
Nek a ska hill .leclnring their intention to keep up their
factious oppihitinr., nnd the majority, of course n main
i.ng hiTi. It is dilbcult to umlerslaud the seuse of the
opposition tact 't-s Alt'oiugb the Pacific Railroad bill Is
the special order forTuerdav .t cm,not com - tip unless
thi Houae agree to go into committee At present the
pending motion is to stop debate upon the Nebraska bill,
and the previous .jucstion has been sustained tUoreon.
So motion to go into <t jnmittee is in order tiM thai mo
tiou is disposed of so that Mr. Richardson' motion must
be decided, if it takes till doomsday. Mr. Rumner, the
aboution Senator, hai been busily engaged in organising
opposition to tho will of the majority . ne urgoa mem
bers to follow the advice of the TriOnnr, and, if necessary, j
lurn tne Capitol. Under his auspices, the Oppoasnts of J
the bUl have organised themselves into a letter-writing '?
corps, and hundreds of letters have been sent oil to the
country, recommending that meetings tie railed to rus
tain he conduct of the minority, aud to (ler . ince speak
er Bey I on the ha rye of unfairness, iic. Now It is no
torious here that, bo tar from Mr Itoyd acting iUiben-Jh
to tho opponents of the bill, he has gone even too far the
other way No man has been feumi to charge the
i-pcaker with unfairness on tha door hut the charge Is
tob meakingly made ngninrt him In the ,vnv ,T(. ,mv?
It is probable the House will not adjourn until s-mc
time tomorrow morning, when Mr. Richardson will
an adjournment. It la known that the bpoaker will of
course decide on Tuesday, should mutters remain in their
present po. Lion, that even a motion to go into Commit
tee of the Whole is . ut of order. The motion now p,.nd.
iUg to fix an hour to stop debate on thu Nebraska bill in
committee takes precedence of a motion to go into com
miltee Honce, when Tuesday arrives, the fsctio -s op
position wiil U no nearer forcing the majority to akan
don the Nebraska bill than they now arc. But by silow.
ing the minority to continue their pranU ahttle lunger
It will all the more clearly demonstrate the entirely fac
tious nature of tho opposition.
The opposition require, In order to call the yeas md
navs, but thirty five to be present: and they have there
fore arranged soas to let half their number stay away
go borne and rest, and, after a r-w hours, relieve the
Ikirtl five on duty In this wiiy they have uu advantage
over the friends of Ih, bill, who have si] to be pr,..r?t
for fear that if they are absent the opposition may lake
advantage of tho circumstance, and vote an adjourn, .ent,
or vote down the i-enolutiou shipping debate The ma
jority, thrrefore, fight,it a disadvange; but the justice of
the r position supplies them with tee n-cessary en -rgy
to i ems in at their |s,sfs, while their oppoueals are bv
platoons enabled to go home
The majority are uotcrmiuec to .nforce thnr consti
tutional rights, if it should he necessary to hold . n till
the Jt'i of M.-u-ch The responslMlHy of delay in;' the
public burines- rests upon the factious minor,t,
irinator McMurray is here, urging on the Nebraska
ill. He dined ye..terday with the Secre t.-ry of R ate
.nd to-day with tiie i'resident.
The national democrats from New York. iu Congress
contemplate issuing an address to the people of test
State, which will embody their v lews of the principle*
slurb ought to ho contained in all bills for the orguaiza
tion of the Territories of tee ( nited States, snd their st
ti'.ti U- in relation to other | uliticatsubjects Tk v r.-ean
tosiind on the iinpromisc m cures of lc",oi ,m I the
1! .Itimoro platform of 18.',2
1h( Riulnn Conaplrnry Trial.
Kmtdw, Pa May t2,
TIi.b mori.ing si ntenee waa paaeed upon the hasten
coiiepn %U>r*. by Judge McC'rtncy, a* follow* ? Daniel
iAr'itoour, ?2.ixki fitrt nl three month* confinement lu
Vho eoun'y jail ( P ? "'<1 $1! WH) lino and one year'a
aolltaryewnilneroeot .n the Htate penitentiary. Aar in K.
Jiekb, $1 00# Bee and mo- !? "ditarv confinement in
the Hate penitentiary J..< Herenaon, >1 Sue uuj one
year'a h; rj labor In the .-Ute penlttutlaMr. A. S. Peeli
iudied perwle-ton to any " few word*. which war granted.
Mo then ro'c an 1 aiid? ?! rin innocent, I am Innocent,
ao 1 etp me Mod ' ewvtnana appear* quite rom;o?cd?
more iv ban the 'fl era The four' hnu?e waa croieclcd.
mil ail M-emed to think tliat .(untie?; had been done,
I/Oea uf the lir!(( Exrhnn^e.
PHtt.UMk.rftU, V 7 12. 18,' t
The brig Exchangi for New bury port w ,u coal, waa
en| ?i wd on WedMoiay evening bj? atjaall, aud mnk.
T cr w eaeaprd
Canal Break In ( anniln.
A hunt, May 12, 1H&4.
T!>e Toninto Co/on>et of yeaterd..) n jKir'.i. a brwi'x in
the ll au unoir oaaal, vihieti will take two week* to
The population of Montgomery, Ala, according tea
late ten an a .? 7.0f?0
We le?mJfrom *h? fWonltatkm Hrratd, that the Polony
planted by the Maryland colonization aoclety, haa apceded
from all eonncion with the IJtierian (?neernment So
. ? ' its'' . i - ' ; ' its ; .1
I ?t<ad of eue. *
i'TO llTtltDK or raiitwu.
Sifkrws in Ibf Lritrvh KM and Hnssinn Unof,
dc.. &a.
Arrival of tlir iiuum1? ?i Komi on
b\ BWBSe'ti PKiifniiO TiS'jeoiurn wio* so. 21 wai i i -hkkt
liu-TO" Mia* 12,18J4
The Canada reached licr (lock a I nine o'clock thin
evening, having had tu anchai on Wednesday night on
accnu.it of the fog She left Haliluxat i o o'clock ?*
Wcdnes'Uiy night.
The n IHrily \?wt says the ?m itl|0\ hue ltmhnn
out in the British fleet xi.e first reports repr ient that
fe is raging w ith violen.-e tint we bop they e'liy p. j*eU?
Ikje inggerated.
The Bards Motlilfur ee h.-n that i >) .ition lias
been made b_v ' 'ranee and Kngland to l't uasta with a view
to force her to quit her neutral attitude
The Mimilrnr publishes details of the prmaago of tho
Danube hy the Huns, mi wire a l'ully confi.nsi the report
gi\ en In Omer Pacha, namely that the Huik>' ?a list ilia ana
transja rts enabled them to cross at thra points simul
taneously when the Russians Immediately attacked the
Turl ish foilific itions in one of the Uuscian regiment*
every man was Killed Two battalions ucxt engaged^
and were nearly destroy eu anii it was necessary to *cud
fifteen bn1ialiOBn% carry tlie intrenchments. Hie Turk*
hold their position for It hours under the tire of Roasiaa
t,un beats and 25 heavy guns and 2 UiOrtar.s lrom the
opposite hank The Turf, having fired their lastcart
i lge evacuated the place, carrying with tlieni their
,rv: k, and falling back in good order on Karxau
T1 in Constantinople correspondent of the Daily News
as-ertu April 12, that secret inst. actions were sent i*
the Anrtrian Minister at Constantinople to prepare
quietly to withdraw from Turkey. Ho argues from this
that Austria will yet play false and join Bussi* It was
soid the British camp would he formed it Buyuk.lerd,
on the Bospliorus
llaron Mai.teuUel dil In i s speech to the I'nissiao
First < harnber ? ?
To protect ]'. ussiaa and German interests, an alliaarw
is concluded between Prussia an.I \ nutria, which allianrr,
it is hop*!. the reinuiuuig federal Mates of tiermauy wtti
join. A community ot action will continue to subsist
beta n Auntria aao Pvuaaia en one park and the We.,t
era Bowers on the oth.,, the basis of that community
lining the conference of Vienna Prussia, however, be
lleving that Russiu'i. conduct lias recently been more
conciliate,y, will peisevce in rflorus to elTect an <*r
tingement by diplomacy. Bui when the d ci-iivo mo
ment shall have arrived, Bras-,is will act at once w.Jv
Katlllentiim* of the t~enty will not be exchanged tlH
the end oi May. It will then Ik- submitted to the Get
manic Diet
'IIh1 Bureaus in the Dobnulkcha were suffering from
sioKncss and some regiments Bud been ordered torecrosu
the Danube.
General Schilder has notined the Austrian Lloyds 'bat.
he will close the Bulina inouth of tiv? Danube, ien ving
open only llie Kilin channel
J.'rnnce. down lo the latest dan had chartered 854
ships to convey troop* to th? p.i-fc, of which 181 had
be n despatched. They were te make two voyages each,
and Ceuld convey 120,<i00 men and 10,000 horses, with
suit able stores
The leading Irish Catholic* in Britain laid issued a pre
test against Protestant government inspection of nun
Sever.-., tumults had oecu-re I ? SI ickport uuuuig the
operative ? on the strike th re
'llie following is the Int. it intelligence from F'urope ?
lOMKr. Saturday inon ag.?Tin Russians huvu com
I lately t vacnute lira; >va. carrying their guns ?a4
stor?? to Wilnn.
The occupation of Albania and Herrcgo.ina is iletec
mined npon. Ti.a o|?iat>i?s *jsill be assisted by Aus
trian ships
Of llie allied troops landed at (.alii poll, one portuM
had been sent to Scrutari, and another tsi on the rnarola
to Adriarople.
Bams, Friday Keening. ?The fundi dosed at yestes
dcy's prices. The Three per Cents at 63 10, anil the
Four and a half per Cents at b?' 06.
Tue story of the bumbariiment and enptnre of Odesas.
arose from the fact that th? Odessa batteries fired iat*
the British ."hip F'arious, sent with a Hag of truae tw
bring oil the Consul and British resident*.
Pai iewit ji was making formi table preparations far
an attack on ftilist la
Captain boote, a ".naervnig Kngiiab naval oScer, wm
a'-eidentally drow ned In the Baltic
Wax Iilo d<- Junrlro CorrrkpondriXt.
Rio i>i Jam.iiui March 17, lHfid.
(foremen f 'i Riufion Armed fb hnoner?Srriout Act?
dent, dim
Nothing unusual his transpired here ?in:-? I wrote yeu
hat. other than the drpr, rture of a portion of the Brit
ish fleet for Knglan''.
Two men were severely if not mortally, wounded l>y
tbo premature <li?c)m-;;e of a cannon on the 14th, on
lionnl ot one of the squadron while the Admiral >u
being i .liutcd
All on* fleet .ire abe rit down the coast and tho
United State nvenue cutter Jelferaon Harit, Peaaw.
1 bound to Ci'i i tin on.) American man-of-wax;
: in jrt.rt She o - 1 tomorrow
I A Russian arm* oOoner carrying eight guns. is at
j o here, comruau i i by a I'mice of royal blood, lia
clilom, if ever, visits the Ihiglish men- f war. but fre*
I quently Roes on board the '.morican cutter, the cm
mander of whiib is auppo-M-d to know something of hU
intended movement*. It is said thi schooner has a large
quantity of powder and arm? on board, and is bo ind in.
to the Pacific Ocean, to join tvo Russian frigate* now
then- The l-nglisli naval orAcur* look upon her ta being
fltteil out for a privateer
The city continues healthy, and 1-vsines* rather dull.
Kivt American ve .-els arris- 1 to-<lav.
Marine Court*
Before Judge lh< nipaon and a Jury.
M 12 ?Xoih JVurriiOfjt ? lAjarge.?This action wju
brought to recover for a quantity of terra cotta work
furoi.be 1 by Young foi Mr Isifxrge to be used in
the erection of t is hotel on Hrondwuv 'The woric wia
furnish'd in 1H6'J unci eonaiated of ernametitai cap*.
| l eys for arebes and other things.'he whola amounting,
by the terms of the contract bet we n Young an 1 1a
large, to $1,300. Th work was pat into the building hgr
men enipioyeo by the de.endaot. The defruie to the ac ?
lion waa that. fter the work was get into the hail ling s.
consider ible (icrti in id it Is-gnn to crack mi peel off
Irom its lice and tbst it continued to orsclfarW prel oflf
until the building was destroyed by fire n .laniary last
On the pnit of the defendant it was p.treu that tho work
waa not well baked, and consequently that it van toi>
r'It to endure the action of fr- st. and was, therefore,
wholly valueless ft was al?o in proof that the quality
of the wort might have La-en determined liefm ? it wiwt
UM-d bmlefendont. if it hail been properly eiamia-d..
Young agrt of fo furnish good terra cotta hut gave rw?
warranty to defendant as to Its quality The plaintiff iw
the assignee of Young The Court ehirgad the jury that
this trmnaMtion amounted to a simple sale and deliver ,'
of gooiflw- lira'. 11 they believed the defendant bad u?
opportunity toexamine the work anda*'-ertsin its quali
ty before hi- accepted or used it. it en "he plaintiff wars
entitled to rernvnr thi full contract price agreed to brs
paid although the work waa not an good as-ivw** repre
sented to ) e That in tbia caae there waa neither an i-v
PcSanor an implied warranty that the work watMffrh as it
was represented and tliat th maxim Ci ran'emptor ap
plied to the purchaser Tin language of the coomoti
law is this A vendor la not bound to answer to tbo
vendee tor the quality or the goodness of the arkiclca
sold, nnleu ha expressly warrant* them to be a.iund and
good, r.r onW> he know them to he otherwise sc.) ha''?
used some a1: to dug-iine them then- most tie either tta
express warranty or fraud, to in*?,e the vetioor answer.
We for the quality or goodness ol the ai'ici ? sold Tbw
rule of catcat esisor applies to the sale of ah kind* of
comrnodita a , without an express. warranty by the a- 'ler.
ci fiaud on his |S.-t, the bjsrr mint stand to ni loa-,-?
arising from even b.tont defect" The jur- rendered a
verdict for the plaintiff for $f 0, ynx) i.arirg been paid.
Political Intelligence,
The Wh'. ? Ststi Convention of t ermont wdll be held aft
rutlund on fli' "th dr y of .Inpe next.
The New BmniMirs (N. J.) charter election ook plac i
on the 8th inst Only BM vole* were polled, but many
tickets were In th field Tliep- waa an lndepend---t.
foreign t het whlrh received fifty votes, the succesafnl
ticket was framed b. tbe ino* nothings The result
was the r etlon of seven whig* and five democrats is
follow si
Mayor, John H BUI Recorder, Voter V Vunyon Al
dermen. Martin Neriu*. I.ylc Nan Vuia, Abmhim /' fpi
mft; Common Council kfoae* ( id'ngi in. tVr-1 Flagg,
(diver H. I.nsfon, ./r.'/--r4e?, ?? m S. ArrnU; (:i t7,
ts-tween John T Jeakhii and J- \n J HMJMI?fhebal
lota will bff counted agr.in l Mar.hnl, //'firy I.. Suit*w.
Town Clerk, AL'jtmdtr M H'aj- -f 1 emocrats in Itaiic* i
The Hudson t/cwU- has nominated UreeneC. Uronaon %
eamlldate fbr Cnsernor of this blate. '
The Man.a Isw democrat" of Maine are to hold a mu ?
*'l#n ? n ?I** fi *' r .*
i tw< use purpose ot cquiioatuoj a (auliite'.ff lv( liorsfaoCj

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