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ANN riMHSOcV, Publishing .4rnl. MAUIt S It. HOinSO., Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA COUNTY OHIO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1853. WHOLE NO. 111. ''. VOL. 0. NO. 1. THE A .1 T l-S U f B Rf B II 0 L E, 1 l'l-n!.MIIt) rVMT SATl'nnAT, AT SALr.M, OHIO. TFIIMK. ft .Ml ),cr untiTim, If pal.l In ndrm. $2,00 per Innum, If pnyin.nt b di-lftyc-il. Wins.i.n.llT .sn-l nrnnbrr. lo bn who n not .lib Tll.r., tut who r br,l.sl to lnl.rp.tirl In llii. ll.wHnlnitinn of ntttl-.l.Tcry Inula, with tin- lion, tlmt the; will Hth.r fulwcrthn th.mi'lir, or w.e tli.lr Influetu-o to extant! IU t-lrrul.li.ju Among lb.lr rrluilw. -Piiumnnltlon. Intsml.il for Inwrdon, lo bs s.1.lri-.l to mine n. Koniso!, ftd.lor. All otnori to Ass 1'e.imo, l..ls nl.l..g Agent. J. HUDSON, Pirn. ANTI-SLAYLRY lJUOLL. CAMPBELLISM AND CHRISTIANITY. ncARBHoTMKn: I have busy times on a smullj -ule, too busy to record much. Indeed, I thought 1 would never trouble y.m to publish nny thing, again from me, as I suppose nil our friend, arc every day engaged ns interestingly, nnd mnny times, more " " j I so; and but liltlo, comparitively, of what all are doing can of course bo reported in the H.,glo.But , perhaps it may bo duty for each to gi,e an account of himself sometimes, that all may be strengthened ' by finding that our fellow laborer has "fainted not." I went five in ties, nwliilo biiut, to hrar a IisoiiIp , ..-..-v, HMiiKi ..c ioi-iit nt.it 1 nmn. I dm biM. proaclirs in tho uhurch witli tbr. l.irrliAu tti.tcn V. T...H..I ... 1 1 i '. . II II., " T" 1 .' . . . ' of Alexander Campbell's pro-shixery sentiments. j In reply, he urgc.l that .Mr. t . had a right to Int. T V .1 . .i . I subject 1,u t in he had no authority .,, ha body, , ..rl.iiv tl, ii tit lti till tlm (if hen of Klil.tr or lliwltutt in i i.....s - , .. .., ... , luopnriiirumrciiunrii win:rr nu hvi imiu ihk mini-, eiico inuht lu;oortrily bewhutovory wiso.niHi ffrrtit,! mul govt tiiiui iiHIuonce nrccuHiinly i hut no one I., ibol l...w..l. .w.o.1 1.A S Joenloiblo. bn, I .... iiiuiiiiuiuitii -H rbt.vinM.,.1 ..unu ii;a- . , , t tl II it 1 1 ; nuder C ampbell -oii.umn.ls him to bo one: but, mud ., , . . . til tho rod of oppression, then you arc bound to wield tho rod of opircs.siim .'. Knowing that the Campl elliles are taipposcd to ., ,ft . .. ' , , ,,, consider Jo-ais as perfeel 111 goodnoss.1 supposed that this was said merely tocoiiwnce us ,lmt Jesus was he, "If the Lord Jesus Christ commands you tola a Slaveholder, ihn y" are houwl In lien Sluiihohlir! If tho Lord Jesus Christ commands you to wield considered by the speaker as haing some more nil-' thority among the disciples thanAi.rxANnr.il; when I called his attention to the point, he persisted in asserting that opprcstion, or any thing elre, might be its character before, would be-.euce c eiie right thc moment it should be commanded by Je.us. I said, I thought that tiod commanded or re piired certain actions, lirause thry are riyht, and not that they are right merely because he has com-. nnnd'.'d Ihem. I said, a pro-slat cry pries,, one w ho believed that (bid instituted slavery, and that the Iiiblo sustained it, said to nil anti-slavery lecturer once, " Wlm! would you do if Owl should tell you that he had intended .-.Livery, and that it wuk there fore right ?" " iroii7 71 my ln:rt tton tial f.'m ."' was the response. "Would you put your heel upon Jesus Christ if ho should command yon to be a 1 1 ivehol ler. . 1 1 11 . l...l opproisioii, I cenauuy snouui put toy licet upon him so far as bis divinity is concerned, for I know the ls-ing, what"vcr luuno you may give him, who requires mo to do wrong, is not iho God who created me, and burned deep into my very soul a 1 of oppresion and a love of justice and trull.: 1 ' ... s But, said lie,- "(iod is the highest possible authority .... .. ... . r t ... 1.1 icii'.l .vir. i.rrut, ii testis coiiiiiianiicu .1 .1 : I.:.... 1... nl,i..1. .., lest the jualico of his commands, let then, repute what they may, they must necessarily be right. When! (iod hus'giveii vou a coniniand, do you assume that you in iv disregard it, because vou think it unjust? "'"V f ' . - ; ... ..-.II ..oi ,.i...s.i.ii.i I, i sit in .lu.lL'eiiietit tin In si .' 1 " . . . , .No, Sir, but 1 (o presume to sit in judgement upon thefiie-lion whether (he cominan.lment issued frt in l.orlhr JMU! Ibithowcouldvoudolhisothervvuethnntoconi-! (7 pare ,l,e command will, what (iod has revealed in !. ... , , ,, :,..:,!, i. : his word, the Bible." I would conipnre it with his , . i , .i .,,. i. i own image, tho law which thc Biblo says, he . . ,, , t l.i ,., inprinlc. deeply upon the human soul or heart; ' ., '.i.t -c .i ...... mill llll-II IVtlllMI 11(7 1111 III lltll'tl lllt'll' 11 llllltJ ttlirt' no Bible, nnd by which the Bible itself has been, or i t i...c. :. i.A ...t.i .i.,.ii.o. lllUSt IIC COIIUI I.CH, iie.niii iiui.il iv ixin ini'ii... 1 ' ...... i the "That is iNrincLiTV !" said be Bible or not preacher. Meeting cloned, and I was soon surrounded by tho "brotherhood." Why, said ono.do you forget what God commanded Abraham to do? Supposo he hud taken your course, nnd disregarded tho coniinand iijent because it seemed to he unjust and cruel offer such a sacrifice? Why, I responded, bring Abraham here, when yon can by no possibil.-j .ymakoino.casttst o, . , ,.y .. . If you wore to find Abraham, t,v,.,orrow, just as should be, with tho fa al knifo dravvn to tnko the life of Isaac, what would you rfo with ..br.ilia....- After a l.tllo hesitancy, '-.-end U.m to an Asylum lor mo insane quici ns possiiuo, sain lie, nni.waiK cd away. But an overscor, (is it any wonder that tins term should bo used to doBignnto onn of officers of a religious body, whoso members hold bt hundred tltoiisund chattle slaves), stunding near by; took up tiii dofenco of tho patriarch, and round ly assorted he should Iisvvo no right to iutcrfcro be tween a man and his (iod 1 But have you no right to interfere between d man and a chihl, when strength of tho former litis botind tho weakness tho latter, und is determined to rob his victim life? Wonder if God would havo any commands for oi', in such a case, as woll as for Abraham, and if you would wait to got tho Biblo, to find in toachings In tho four Evangelists, tho Acts of Apostles, tho several epistles of Tuul, Pctor, Jumos, John and Judo, and then to consult tho Apooalynso to Hud exactly what God's commands to you might bo on this " peculiar" occasion? But, my Brothor, I will roport no farther; Tar ter Pillsbury, on hearing of io.no occuronoo, lid, " I ihould bo lurprisod at this, if I had lonir since cot douo done being surprised at thins." So 1 think that ovory anti-slavory needs to bo dune boing surprised. If ho is not, will meet much to be surprised with. Here is company of men who profuss to bo Disciples, or of the blcssod Jesus biassed, becuuso his moral purity, and what, to mo, seems infinite goodness, they reverence him so much, that actually seem in some sense, to worship tho book, in which Ins history in recorded. They any flint it i from thin book ulono tlmt man can lonrn right from wrong. They say they will obey Jesus' commands, M given in thin bunk, be.thcy what thoy niny ; or rnthnr, they will do whatever t he book say , much humanity shrinks back from the sett it must lie dune it must bo performed, if it bo found tlmt tlid Didlc enjoins it, oven to tho slaying of ones own child ! Ought wo not to pity tho wordiiiors of Bacchus, and Moloch, biiJ Saturn, tho'O henthen tuitions who ore obliged to "spell out their way by tho dim I! irlit uf tin I .in.'" linfn till it blip, llirnur I liolr itifti.it. til t,cmonstorcroeadilo,AstHi.dcnIinly by nndsocthem (k.v,)nr,,(, , . , ,,i(,P011H ,.,,,;, . ()r vnillly ntr!veto ,,;,., ie t.rvinjt r ,,, illfllnt vi,.lim wllilo ,llP , in .,, i.,lrn;nIf Brm f tl10 ll(.nted Wpn ,,ivillit 0,,j ou lt w ,,t , 1)0 tluinkful tlmt Jesus commands, by liimself or his twelvo Apostles, no matter how horrible tho deed, or how orazen tiivniiiy. s 'ii i ougui wo noi to do innnKiui rr , .,,, W,ut riJ Tkeeps us from being like ,., ,,,,,,,,, , ,ll0 ,.-,' ,,,,,. ,.,,w K .bW ,,,, , B, cnmwtnf;llwUih .,., chief slew two of his enemies and threw them !.,-!"'"" , ,.,, ovn ,, llllkl, ,, ,on f(;n,t(j u.M)n diem ! How thmikfiil wo ouht to bo that, having inu iiiii,k( flu uru iMmmuu vy n ori ui fiifiiuciii umof n i.avf, w hip to rlmno surh viotiinn, whiff . . I. -It. .. , r . . .1 1 I .U.I ici.y.',s...w.i, o,Ku.g, ..,e brown, "crushed," or lutf sugar, s.i.-h nt the Kld.-r ..uictlv put into his cofteo hilo" taking his break d Mr. Coo having so- .'unada, learning their utteruble. which the", llhnm oilv ,o r imo1 tii in, .my i ..ir.ii.u,f , "'ren'n.l I'" '"''-1 ,)W WIW th Klder's story sent homo to my mind . i .1 i p. 1 t n . . i xm: nrai uiiv, w in'n my 11 n'im ir. oo iinvin bo- journeU Willi the tllitivCH in tunuail, tulrs t.f wno, nnd riof unuttr 0ouM nt tho time they HufliTcd tl .1 f.t ... .. mo car ui uio inru 01 ruoitaoin. iis .nr. aiviii . . . . (,0 leaving me, ho turned nt my gate, and sa.d, -..ro. i.cacn, tnero is noi st.cn erueny, such s.iuer- ing. such untold and unl.llubk anguish indicted , ., ., . t iindi-r thc whole.heaven beside, as the poor Amen- . . . . . ( can slave is compelled to endure." And every . funned mind is forced to respond, "it is even so." And this is all done by a people having tho Bible 1 . 1 c .1 i- ' . 1 1 ,. lrii and teachers of the religion which the Biblo Is supposed to give; the most of them uro laboring to prove that this system is of (iud. nndis right, be buljcause they say tho Bible sustains it. Honeo an intelligent, (and judging from tho discourse, I will say a learned inui.,)will stand up, in a hirgc nudi whatevcr in Hartford, O., and intimate that tho pure Jesus, whoso very life was love, infinite in benevo lence, ! mission on earth, wee given by him in the language of Hebrew poetry : . t f I ' If ni 1 li .vlioi-0 own account 01 iiunseii, ami ..',!.:.... ....:..l. I...rtniiun 1.1..11 Itiivn nn term llinlvv'.ll unnn, nun, .; . ...... I embody any moro utter loathing, they cull slave that holder. Now, why is this? nnd why, but for my humble effort, would this man go iinrebukod by that tmdi hatrc 1 ciice? and why were so many good nuti-slavery , . , , ....... . 1 f !.. men ovmeniiy siiockco hi too pnrasco..Vj . ... i.ti :-:...f 1..,. n boeni.se I... ""rl ' , "', , has anointed me to preach tho ijospol to the poor, halh sent me to heal the broken hearted, to preach bruised, Ac I say that n learned nnd popular preacher will intimato Unit such ft hcinir. cither has, or lie iiaui sent, iiietoucai ti.e oiot-en n.-ni n n, uimu delivernnco to tho tho captives, nnd recovering of sight to the blind, to set. at liberty the... that nre ..:.. 1.:.. C.til.r..! CII....'.,!. ... l.i.m.in tbn liiiii.fi.1 ; rc'p...e nm .... some measure comncllcd to uso bv the direct ones- . . . , , , t i : Hon of tho preacher, would you put your lice,. Ae., forgetting tho blasphemy of supposing that j infinite purity could rcpiire such utter corruption, I doubt not that many good men really censured ..,i.. ... .... .. r... ,. ...i. I u.c, l" ni"Ugni, ir noi uincrwis. , tor mu.i hlk i r I .. .....-.... I I ........ b.w.iM t -, sn...... , . Christ I" To such I say frankly, I always seek avoid such expression-, out in irtiui, wu.ii.i u .I...-.1 ,.., v the less baleful tn vou. mv friend. ... , , i devil iipp-ar any the less hateful to you, my friend, ! . .1, .1 i :.. ....:. .......ni.:... 1 ' ' ' B' .V Jesus, inslead of Satan? Hid you consider that ' ... ... , , .. , while you wcro shocked nt what J said I would has,"" J ... . , . ., .i to a fa so and imaginary Jt:sus, you wcro tloiug 1 " p J . , very thing to tho true, while with, not tho "heel, - . . but tho very hoof of this great body politic, you crush to tho vory dust poor, bruised and bleeding t ii .... . i.i. t . . l..........;t.-1 tl,.m..iiil.er tlmt tbn Iron .Icsns Ktvlcd " j : : , , hiinsclt tl.o son or man, ami i iiiaun my si". to tlsHumed tho r.:ltttionsl,i,, of brother to , . . o. n(,g XilurL.r,.0l lt my nervou. friend ho ow t he tU ,u)(f Alnnrioim n,U(,Um ,, ,he American Government, n (ho ljo()om of UuuJ.IS ..,Ullt) ono9,. ',,,,., tlmt the truo jeHU1( CinNti tho Jesug Christ tho the of of its thc not any mau ho a fol lowers of they very , ,, r, . ... ... 1.11 tins " lmmnnuel, God .nth s-trU.h. Nvlnch Biblo coulnills; that wo can love, and serve "God! 1 . i 1 . whom wo havo not soon," bv loving nnd son-nig ( ... . , , , m nistoring to Iho waut:-i ol our feow, or brother,) " ' . whom wo have or may son if wo will. 1 true Jesus, ,n taking tho title of "Son of Mb" liumaiiitv hi. iloitli ins ie.itn, of tho Biblo, of whom you sny ho is your God! same Jesus has said, and it is also rocordod in Biblo, bo that there can bo no mistake about truth of it, "Inasmuch us ye did it to tho loast ono of theso my brethren, yo did it unto me. Again, I say, why all this, but for the idolatrous rovoreneo for a book, and at the same time an plied acknowledgment of tho groat difficulty, if impossibility, of fully understanding its most prac tical teachings. Tho secrot was all oxpluinod, so far as this prca chor was concornod, whon some ono informed that tho wise, and groat, and good "Alexander Campbell, of Bethany, Vu., is now engaged, among many othor exoossivo labors, in translating tho Scriptures out of tho original tongues," Ac So like tho good Fadladocn, in Moore s story Lallu Rook, our proachor may be supposoU to with all good Christians, that Truth, is contained in the Biblo alono, whilo ho may at tho same bo strongly suspoctod of believing that it can bo revealed in the wise, and groat and good Alexander Campbell's forthcoming translation Klder Bano, of Methodist Episcopal notoriety, In a nancnu - discourse in mo same juttcu, iwo three weeks before, stated, that there is nothing tho Gospel, as preached by Paul, tlmt would lead heathen shvvohohlor, on embracing tho Christian religion, to infer thut he ouht to tree hit elavet, tho slavo to expect his froodom. That Christianity did not, uud ought not to, in any manner, interfere with any man's already formed, oivil relations. it. may nppear when given in this Ne Translation. And sineo it is but natural to conclude th-it thcmiin, who, when in Scotland, stated his olfactory objoc- ;tion, which ho founded upon a nnosnl reason, w hy i the colore! race should n it be admitted into rotineii 1.. nH.l a A . . n,.,...Hnnila ..r .IMIII ll l(V Bl-...lu company upon tennt of equality, will also discover a " peculiar odor" about somo of tho ancient innn uscri.tsj our good preaelier finds it necessary to observe consilient bio "wheeling distance," as our captain in military nlT.iirs, tlse l to call it. M. S. BEACH. VERNON, Aug. 8th, 1853. AntiSLAVERY FRIENDS-IOWA. ving noticed in your paper ah . itmturv concerning tnc "yMili-Maverv menus who . , .l t l! t.1 1 , - unurew iron, too i.mmnn i cany ...ceuug, uoo... . Mr. Kditor: Hnv , , . , , . . ,, ...i:,,.., j "j" '.fl'. 1 'm ' J"U ,,W, nli'''t what 1 know of the.r doings. ' ' " 7' .. . "; nt V'?. I'ty nor,fh.ng condition,-, 1 riiii ftnuiiiuiiiLr in in ii 1 1 1 1 ii i iiii'ir iirtiiiiiii niin ttn Tin : iir,..,!,:.- ,Wrinin iti. il.Titmtfl),li1.H,Jt nn olir n,ltilmi ... i - . ey are uo.nK n Kr.-;.v , good ill this region, and working nn entire change;' , i i i ... no: nei.i....c.i.rt 01 me iieoine in r '21 ra tu niiiH- ' I n i T"" I years ago, at the time of their outcry against this , nboininntion, there was u third party organized in ; Henry Co., Iowa; but nt that time it was very fce Ln(i t,H was n f.,ir Minpltof most other townships Ij,, t,e county. But tho steady aim of these people ' i .. . , . , ,.. . 1 ' ? lncl. was told ... tones tiinlur jlWt fa ,lt ,10 lmut.,K)X That M-ry M,.,M much so, indeed, that one township oould at j , fir,t vl,.,ti,m t,.r,.liri..r, 011,, ,)0aKt tl r(.c V(,((. t.vy. (4n( j, ,.. 1.wui,sr M.i.:..u . . r.tuu, iwitiieiii ,, !UU.MU"U W (I'll j I'll Til 11 ITU, Kill V I , ,,, . " . .,...', ..,,, I ,,,,,-,.,. f ll(llimn ,U)t,rt Uf,t M , , u j. ,-.kt ,, , ,.,,:, , . .. Nn, ticket by nn oterwheluiing imtjority, ns did .,..,,,.! n,,.,. ...... ..;., 11 ...... . 1 1 1. .......... 1 v.. .,.,.-.,,, 111-111 , 1. iiiiiiiv inn. nich' 1 ei, Vl)tps f i,, s, ., ula. ' tive to ,hc (Jeneral Assembl v I ; Anti-Slavery Friends are nosscssed of ...ore liberal I J rrieniisare iosscssei,o, more lilieriil. Uy , lnnv ,,. rnpU, rMf .,;,,,,,., ' inr,(l . ,,rnntcd forscicntifie tt literary purpose ! wcro p,,,.,,,,,., tle-lr whereabouts itims an army of tcven hundred gallant Missourians w cni ., .... ......... ...1 r : . :r. r. 1:. . iiji-K.i.iiii-.i .orsciouiin.. iv i.iernry purpo'Ci. ei,n,;. ,i, .,.: . c .1 11 t hanty lor the 1 opinions of others, is inscribed on their banner. Vour readers may not be aware that (Ify were tho people attacked by tho Missourians six rears niM. The eireiniistnnen wns n s f, ,1 !.,.... 1 " ..... ..... Nino slaves,(be.ingiii to a Mr. Daggs, ..f Clark County, Missouri,) ran away and took refuge among 'tivereil. ttii.l tho Abolition Quakers, ns they were culled. Thev I . r . .. ... . sent over to lown to capture tl.cin. iiieysuiroun.i-isi,,,.,. nj ((, yilhtgo of Salom, and guarded it for several (days, threatening all tho whilo to burn the town, j l.inPRWoman who hnd nn infant only a few days 1 old. the rest miikiim trood their osean. But tlio may!,,t, ,,:,i . ,i ,.,. r... n it ; l,lv, tlireatening all the whilo to burn the town, T,'irti loweTeri ,lcy jjj t ,I(1 mt WOIlt awnv , t!lUillft with ,, 0lythrec or f(,urof ,,c fhw'f. . . .. . . . . uio slaves, .nstuiiieu a sun against many o, thu members of the society of Anti-Slavery Friends, whom ho naturally supposed iruiltvof nidin" thu flying fugitives, and got a judgement of two thou- sand nino liundrt-d dolhirtt nirainst the defendants sum. nine iiiinur... "una a(,.nnsi im in n IHI.mts, which was a grievous affair, as most of them wore illy utile to pay such unjust ilenmn.ls. lint notli.nf,, daunted by their ill luck.t heefr em snf bertv-nre I ,;i . , ,.. i..... ii " . , ; pri,,,;,,,,! M,pprtf r.r paper called The Aunt ; Free Jt.lnr.rrut, published by 8. h. Howe, at Mount pious,,,,,, ( lWii,) nnd devoted to the ennmcipalioii f ,,, Acriciln Fren T1(ir .iri,,eiples ! ' 'II' . ....... ,. i . ....., ... ,..,.,.,.,, w:.i, .. ., , .- . " , ,un0l ,y fl,ln(. your readers, its they still cleave to j,,, ,in i;i-,i nmy bdieve that slavery may be nfs.l-' iM,.a bv thc Iwll.rt-lH.x, tho tWitiitiitn unstained, I . .. . '.,..,. ....... , ... . ,.; out no tiie.r opinions w nai tney may in reu-- to these mutters, they should be hailed Jovfellv lis lu friends of humanity. 1. (i. MKNUKX1IAI.L. FALSE ISSUES. 7b the EiU.r of the lliirjh: . lor of r0. 1 1. . .. U. .. . 'C T .1. .1 I !. 1 .'...n una; n I, j furs nii J Itl.c.urfil .1 IU lie I1IV conviction that what arc called anti-shivery churches t .....1 .....;.u1... ...... .:..:..u c... i : .1... !.iii'. iiiiii-niini-i 1 iniiie-icin ni-iu lltnt UCCO......U toe ho n (,)n of mM ... ... , J . .and tho speedy triumph of our cause. (f the cor-,,r ill . r .1 1 1 -. . . rectness of that opiuinn I am daily becoming more . . ,. 1 . 1 t- 1 c ' convinced. J hev seem to me to hit n kind of esei.iie he . H uff ,iu llnti.H,av, ,,;., llf ' , Hnil 1 . . . . . ' ! tli oir 01 inn net win u-!th m.eli npnntiSvulSntiu u-nnlil lm too, , . , . ...p,,, i.,i..t ,i, p .....i. ll.ll.llinilllU IUI1III..I IH.WI .ID III inu i. unou ui andjustico. , , hen a church or a ministry use. the anti-slavery ntiineut for tho purpose of buihlinc un a sect, or this your tho of im not me sa cred oi hold time only Mr. of or in a or strengthening a faction, or endowing an institution, . . , . . , , then, it seems to mo, they censo to be efficent labor- crs in behalf of freedom, nnd beeomo stumbling I I....1. - ! it. ..r i. 1 1 .. !.. . . o.ocnn i.i inu way ui t.toso wttusu oustucss in to abolish s averv. Tho hostility of nn out nnd nut avow . t . " .i . i. odly pro-slavery church is iiothing-tho light that common worldlings have is enough to show its siltanio character. But when men assume to bo the friends of tho down trodden and withdraw from ec- . closiastic.il fellowship with men on tho ground nntl-slavorytiUelity, ami then uso their utmostcHorts to villify tho abolitionists, to raiso fulso issues, to detract and divido, and to draw tho resources of tho slaves friends into fulso and soetarinn channels; thus, I say, they beeomo tho slavo's worst enemies, and liko all such influences, must be destroyod. If the "Froo Press" truly represents tho Frco Presbyterian church, then is that a doomed organiz ation. It may think its professions will savo it, hut they will do .no such thing. Then thoOberlintwad-lifo ,. , i, . , ,, . n , otly rcdiculous, nnd I am glad the Bugle .1., S.Urt....lnn.1.1 ... ,......184.108.40.206 die is porfoci so thoroughly oxposcs itscautand rcligioiiscunning.l Only think of u man, who would never havo bcon heard of outside of his own village, but for thoanti-lofsuccessfuluuthorship, slavery cause, exclaiming that it is a pity that Mr. .3 ' . f . , .L.i Garrison is so prominently connected with thc cause, the slave. 'Tis impudenco und audacity only bo found iu a self-concoited priest. It would bo well cnonuli for such to remember! that tho past demonstrates thut whosoever falls iiion this cause shall ho broken! but uf whom soever this cnu.'c falls shall bs ground to powder. It is refreshing, however, to know, tlmt nil the nillini ri Ul rll-lTin IIIU iit.k .i u . . .r At- .Unnf n. WtiLUiium m .in; nunni i itn, inii " vi i" tinburgh. who thought it no d.sered.t to op-n the i , u,..u .. our society, nnd hy neet.mpnnyinjt me to Iho tn -xt; Tillige, to hold nn even'mg meeting. And nguin, last Sunday Ucv. Mr. Knsigit freely i up his appointment nrtd congregation thnt I ! gate up ins appoiniim ill nnn ionnr .." ' u might pr.ai. li the go, ol of nnti-slavcry. Hut ti.'-.o nV love the cause of humanity at paramount. '. umU nut narlln. on .iill.liiiri . ' T.),,.,,!, v,.f..r ,,.,1,11 I,;..., ll,e remnrh.of Mr. i Barker in tho discusiion with wish the Executive Committee would t ii plio:in tnti'i. Cirm frrot iiiliiim e ircoc.l.oll. 1 ., . .,..,. . , , ,, ... l- ,m . rs . . , ,..,., im.i.(,i..vrl.v J ,1c,- ,e romark. of Ur. ' ,, , i, i .dr. Il.irtzell. ' ould publish tlH ........... h .. . .. lined to be embraced and lived out but by very f,w 8,111. that few Miiillcinis-I the mas-cst.. .lojusti.s in ron.e manner and ,.-on, sooic motive. Tl.e.e will 'always be political ..uuie, and tcllgious see,, fol-i .,,;.,, . . . . . . .. tn frnilinr un nn pt 11 i v I in IimiI uw.ikfln'j n.iitl. v" rs .,. ., . ,, .. , , , , . . ' ' ' ol them redeem our sin curst country. . ... ., . -,, , , - r. i . onl-s. irith nit who tvtll 1 i'mP I..T f' I'aonl. a id ..! f,o..,i w. . i ' I From the New York Tribune. ABOLITIONISM DRAMATIZED. Wo remember about thii-teen years ngothe Tree man's Hall in rtiiludelphi.i w s'hiirn:J down bv n mob. the authorities ot tiu.t ,-iiy i.pt.areutly wink-1 ing nl the outrage. Judg: s on the bent II eons del , ,...,.. 10 , L,M s-iv.. Wn iirercmin.!.-d in the folh.wii.gpar- .....i. r ..' ;.., -t. .. . r ...,:...:).. ,.r i. II li "tlUI II 'lilt 'I' I o,l. ,i It MIIIIIOI I V Jl V llllk .. ll.e same sub;.vt on.e existina here: ! n is o t e,y to ,c, , , ,. c, y ,,. t.ioo ..stormed t hat!n-io-sl. Uh;i:l. dn..vo out the ,.,..- 3 .scinblv of ineii nv,d vi iri.-o, and obitcd t. r.t. . 1. :.. i-.... it. 111 till: ooi" ii'.n 11' i ; .-i.p ii. ui": i'i. f. ,!,! Mr.-' Afllotr .Ta1Ta. t hide, 'th-i !ve, n"" 'nl,lt'" e ..:v: tbrcalcuc d their lives. '''he mob as o,.r verniers ,;,v recolb-ct. was i:o, (.imi,tsed ol laboriiin-iinii; il was culled, bv way . ,f i . -. ,,c -Av.vU the pereonsorwhom 't ""' I" up v.. .re l-r !.. most pari, ii, e broad- loth coats and iiiiexci-plt lo'iileslurts. JI10 lnei- il hum iiinni. nn v.nri. i"r . - 1111 11 1111 1-1 . .1 el 1. 1 to- 1 ... ... . ;J ..... ... .. .clotli coats linn iinexcf.i.io'Oiesiun.s. jno inei-. ,-, ,jrklllI ,v,.rT ,.,i,;. Tl,.. 1 ,;, ,V11K ii,.t,e;a(.v1 by N-w Yorl." men hauls, and Tl,.- V.ic ) 'ui k I 'uuri r w as employed in (lie work of eliiiiuhitiiis the 1 iotci to t he w'ovk of illegal vi-;as ...r 1.. oleliee. I ur Houie III lie niter t.i.n. en 1.1, uov ii.ao uw who should be bold enough to ul'eiept the gehtog-w . . i'i r..,.. ;.. v....-v... i- ....... ,1 lip 'il ILI1 Alltl-rillll'ii in. .-i.iiy .- .... ...... lmve been susrrcf.l'of iiriviticiy hcvino- nn evo t iiwtt of tmirl-. l-doiii. ;v. i.-. rl.l.t in diabili c m. 4.11 tht are-.t cli.tugf ol pHl.liii opinion v im 1, allows nn Ante mm,ti,tl! t ., every night nt tho Na- ti..mtl Theiiler, lor sin Ii i" lb pi 1 lonuait. c of l'i: he olo Tom's Cabin dr anal l.ed. Hit ing no adnti.-a- hlllent t" I'l... ei- f,.,t of tlie cicc on il:c i'i'.iie::ee wat what inol interested us, and v.e took 11 scat in the Mi'-ro-boN- r'so us to witness lie- play i t' i st-iiamt of (ha jem i otn s v aniii ur-unaii.cu. i it.ng .. ti.ui for our miner lie ate:-., we do al M Y" ait oilVs urowi! ,.,,.flB;V(.v ,,f .,, ) ,, inuns. In the foil tliey crovvdo.l it, :i . lie- pit was conit.iv nd vviilt nil co-its or w nis,- iiicoiieiani e i l nidi io.tiiii.ei itiotis parallel lo lac toii.-t:: of the opera paniuet. 1 he box, - generally bad am.i-; . . . r . i ".V , , ,,,. ,,, ,Br ,,.,),v , ,, ,r,.ss circle presented a ! Maif parallelism witho blioyism of Iho pit, i lie overture comuieu. e.i. n was a mci..uge "' -"" ""'"""-"r ' .. :' " ""' .'""" I Hal lini-neo, ine cu, unit i.-e i r.e pie.,; ,t e in i ri' sin tic ii' Hit' . rxi' I'm t ;i. ui : ,,.,.,., Mr omiUc.. .,,,.1 n .cchar..,-:e,-s introdo, cd I'.r the broad liuma- .Icened iMcc-.-.n-y lo ph .: to l':e aiidienec in 'piestion. We arc at mien ii.tro-, ;h"'t"1 t".t:' "V'l'll b?"',1!, I' ""r V , ill,. I her t lnld llvinif. , lu1;. I oui letusiii , ,,. .... . , . , ... 11 ...'" ' i-s w.iii toe iiuiiii.: mot tier itiol tor in:..; p.-.y making tlieir cciiie on i1;" '"' T'1'1 "'"s "farlie.-t tal leiti, mid the ' I'i ' 5'?. ":a " :1 .". ' . .;lh. hoy .-. weie oil tlf sme ot the ,.gi,ives. Tin pri1..verv f. -cling had departed from aniongl I'lent. Thev did lo t w i.-h to mvc tho l .iion. ,mistcr And the sceno when' Hotelier con- fronts L.W:r n the rocks, and the fugitives are u..-...l ,... u 'uti tr'it.b. salvos ol n.irir'ib.ttion. In m.i'ii i- 1 . - U the allusions, too, to human r,,li.s. ,n t he as.ei- tioiis id iho v.il.io ol personal lesjioiisil.bty, Hie ...i,... .,1 there w ts a vehenient i.laims ot laiior to rt warn, no n, wis a v. in .nit nt r,,siionso 11 over the house, but especially from ' l d.;,.. m1....v,.s utt part in shirt-sleeves. j The phiy is a v.iritable ,. c ,h m.,M, a m,,,. audience, men, women an., cineucii nan totir 11. 1 1 :.. .. il...: . .!.... , I I '.. .. lOVCS Stlliuscil r.JI,.ll.l..iK in. il in... . i .....ni ... ,i l- .1,... :..,.. ;,, n, ,,u ,,i'.l.,. ii,.r .1... , iiiiiiiiii.ii-iii..!u. ... .... ........... ... ..... , ., ) mul tho oppressed. The touch of nature was a true .V.JOi.llO.l.nii IV .i.noisn.ni no; '..,.....v. ... ...... il.iUltl, f fits ,,f uttriotisui which would make the 1 ncctiliar instituiion the "corner stone of freedom," Harr! ., when Ii" makes his ecap ', co l toe pursuing party lire en- toiuoivl mid held down ill n cellar, liip shirt-sleeves I went inu frenzy of applause; they "hoy-heyed," stumped, shouted, and gave vent to iho most Vocif-, erous fcelin", all hei.-iuse a slave had escaped from They believed in the hi-ilicr la v. S;"i, ,oo, in the l ni i.-.n i t of (icorce I I necording to Mcllnme of that wry-necked retres . 'paction which looks exc tisivcly lo the past I. l..,., fl1,rfi l0 ,,,,,, of the political 1ro-0iit and future ns the yaw uings of a drear und 'e i 4 l,.."l.l....n...:."..i.i uisinai t-t :ruiiy. a niniuji. u.hiij rimini.:.. ..... visible throiiglioiit.on tno pari oi tne .iiioie. inc., ' boc-iii to think, spite of the pusilaninnty of .ornnici-! :.H .'J. ,,.,:.,.,.,. ,i,.v' life, which : ..,.. , VOHtl,j interests for mora Is instead of charily i the basis at once of religion and republicanism. No mob would have dared to disturb the Aboli-: , tio.i part nt the National Theater. It was coiu-,thc ''I1WBlttrBolv f the stulf which demagogues acling i ;ll(lor 0i,,llrul,H have used for the purposu burning down halls, destroying printing, j.resses, ' assaulting ptiblio sieakersintliiudating, striking, Killing. COW, llllll IS . ll.tlipci., .il ii;nnfc ill nm- liam-st. Hero, opinion is sate. Here, tlm I'ui.ui-1 saviors with bludgeons, nro cowed. Here, the oreus oniv dissen.i.u.te its truths. Here, cow anllv niithorities need not bo invoked in vain to sustain liberty of speech or action. Here, tho sin iic-cst form of Abolition-teaching that of tho drama, its scenes palpitating will, verisimilitude, whether or death, stiring up tho deepest fount., of . oir common lutinanitv presenting in dress, look, in- nm, " . 1 ,r,,i1,.lti. ,ho rare I . . '.. . .'.... , .:, . 8lmkcn tho heart of huropo and i America to its centro, reconstructed tho statistics overreached the ordinary If"'" of internationiil courtesies by ignoring dip imacv and exalting tho private person, created an j.;,,,.,,,,,,, jlltcrost in the entire workings and pro of to. ducts of our native iuiii.1, and shown tho force uf siuiplo appeal to our higher nature, in a manner ' "vu. orpi.nuioi ... u.u w.m.e mau history We wouhl add that tho miseen vnc uud costumes of IJnclo Tom drniniiticd, show a l irgo and grow ing artistic perception in the arrHitgctiicnls. of our ll.r-.it r.-. The observances of propriciic. .,f drW II H' lit - nr I " ' r - I - " 1 P.I... . ....1- rnMiirahi. r.ll .1 llttVil llnllO i.-.i i t. M. r.,iU. uti.iitf in rnrlitin ii i n uu i i- hi n u i"i i ii ... - . 'J'j JJ 'j ,i!iiijr (,f his f tee, nnd hi , i t r(;iiti ,ro.H1,rs nHotherworo nn in-pin ;i.h j PJ;1W wnM ,, , .0rr.:ii.n t.fniero rnilumisiii. in j o.,k nnd ninnner. mid liin I enrinir nt tlie shivn-inort , constituted one of the belt mnr:il h-ssuns of the eve '"!! To n"f"iitly real shivti mart men t w0)ipI) cnoh t(ikiK j,1M ,.r ,r tr Htnniling on . tl p ( k (o , (, ll(, ar ,,e t-.sy proles-ionol tj, inncsof the nuctioiieerdil-iting on "a serviceable ar- IK-le. mute cm-n to inu' I to see ll.e kicks ami i ''.she) il.lli.t. d Ol. the iim-les. ll.e h-ui.lliii of the mnf n nnd Ii ..tone llo fit V 111 til IS CI I VI It IS IV feat i u forum. rtiMnim." puliiit, press, till crin,7, lor int-nv. nun nr no- u lomn... ui u.i ui.n ut-K. .. : litli;.. i. t; d on the .irin-les. me .cn.n.ng, o, , , c , loiim i-ouns, t ic nieaum-sK, iniyerv. despair, stva gt;r, . ,nlta!itv, and the nil-leroclons nngo'llv. endlong mMlvnvi;,111i,,.Wionirofthosv:.tci.i.is,..,nally.lnt-,.l'"l: d'honoit and ( nstu' S the race. CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE-CY. linos: from such withdraw thyself.' 1. lie is proud.' His immense .leveloptmert uf the urgaii of self-esteem has turned his liead. n .p,,.s be is the onlv spccinien of pure Ch.is- tiaiiity i:i tho imtion. 11 ' ho win to embody bis r .i:. .. I 111 U.I III I . . t 1 I , ,l, y woull bo so The nnncxed literary .'fin is from the Nashvilb " ClirMii"! Aih- 'i-nlf." It is an ori;:iiial comitiuui-; cvion. V. fin ni h it as a sj iviinci of v. let Southern M:l..idist I.p. c .pal 1 l.lois ai l-.' soil. .1 toilicta'te tf their patrons and ndaptcJ to the worl: of "t jii-i ading w i 'ptur.tl holiness over tl:" laud." ! ! IIV.v(7;i. ' an- AR.it rnosi r uv nn. '. b.ki:h. " IbToro I ! ise, 1 be-; le tvo lo describe r.11 nbo lilioiiist. St. I'aul p i'.nis him lo ll.e life. "1 Tim., 'vi, 1. ": 'Ho isj i-oud, ktiotving I'othiug. but tloat- ing a'rut 1'ie: t.o.'is and rtrifes 'if words, v hereof comedi einy. strife, railing ', evil surniit-lngt. er iver.'e tii-piiiiiigi of men of corrupt minds, and to.-tiliito o, the trutlt, Mipi os.ng toat gam is rtm- lile his old broiler Vharisoes, snmciliini: like tno toiiowuig: 1 thiuilt (iuJ. I am not like ether men. I mil free fi-oiit thu curse of slavery. I inn not like those Sou! horn slaveholders, v. ho nre enslaving iho incite of Hod. I I filing to (be glorious underground railn.i! I e.miieinv. won lire .'1!":ih1 in the LellCTO- lent i nterprise of stealing iiegn.es, and running them oil' ,1 Canada. 1 toerel'oie think, O Lord, 1 am enlitlcd to about the firs, s-at in heaven. Itranl it, I bi:-:cu.h thee, I Udtlly ai k it fur my own take! Allien. ". 1 Knovt ini notion;;,' He is a fool. Ho does . i.iei. . 1 ......... ,r -j. ivnovt in?, noiiung.- iicisri.hu. u noes tl.,t ;iu..,siaml the first princii le of ll.e divine gov-1 .nuiieiit with regard to his designs towards the! African nation. While our colored people as slci-fc i polished ivorv bluMi. plaving the violin, kicking ', .... .1-1 1 . .1 . .. f. . 1 1.1 v.. .11. . ; up tni.'ir ne.cis, uitoc.iie juoii, non rooutiti lining-1 Itij.tlis, tliesa oboliti. ni-ts nie ex it'lig tlie tears of ' .1. ..:.-..!.. .1 ..... a 1 ......1., ..1. . ....i....... , Biiii.ii-.'i iiji u,u Hiui'in, 11111.. "" lit. i.y "" i headed nincompoops, en the horrors of Southern slavery. ( iitimcilHi! ebeurin,'.l ! Ii. Jlontin-i f Vnt finestimitt mill striCr f wortls, whereof couit lli envy, stiiJe, ruilings evil suruiis- ings, pen ejn- dit-pulings of riisn .. coiriipt Minds. ' lie is a Mischief-ma Icing body. The abolitionists have kept the hi. 'ion in a coiislanl uproar for untr ly a (jiiarler of a c ino. y ; exciting; liio worst pas- ..;ons ot tic" iiunotn lo avt. Congre-s is tlie nreurt of endless find nnry .lis' cii-.ioti, v.-Jiile the pnlnits of these mischiet-.n-.kiii lecturers ere belching out lea nil ileiinnci.itioiia ii-.tititi-t .ur lair ti miilo t ' 1 . liberty, anil '-lorious i ('Kvi.'.tianilv, such as hi.wlinsr tlcnions sinilt in the j bree.e. Ar.d destitute rr the trul... He is en n-.lid. l. i flan-is,,,,, ,.?rn I),,,;las and company, have nil i turned llili.:ls Thev found the Bible went dead iV" , "' "V "" " f " ..te.-ted n m Into. Jcvus l hn-t wet nn nnposlor, land Tom. I'aino a ..-enilenum nn 1 philosopher. iiiiiiiottpostietnetunet, tlie world with pi losicruli. , ",u "" ''. "' """ . . ' " ' " . nev, in nt. ii-.;.,:.,eiit 1 a lor. nn. lieiny v lay, 1 1 in. hp 11 - r. r. no,, i rnii i in i iim'n ;rv Merc mental pinnies, i-erf-ct i.inconir.oop,, compared with men of their nmnenso i.tenial cali- be;-, and far reaching stiitesn.anship. They intend ! 'TiV 'i'" ti '"''u-7', '' n':'' K11"'' tolnientol ..n. 1 he A lini'lilv liimsit I Is not vvorthv ... .. t . -., . . -.. .... ......nt n. oc co.iii.i.e., nun men ui io.it s.i.niiiie n. i.-i i .-,,,,, gent e. .tn-t id tlu'in alone a Sew yc-irs, nn.l they ( will rccliiy all the dependencies of Jehovah's yas"t l'l",mM,'iV,"r,n'- " """"' '- ?"''-"- ls'.s. S. Suppoj-e -liin is gollino-.' Scll-inlcrest, 1 after all, is at the bottom of the heart ol the ubo- 'btionist. He tleals nejcioe.-t lor pay, nnd takes their lain r tor nothing. I Ic lectures ior ti.e luxury ol beholding ro-y t in ok. d t!ai,i...-ls weep, and dial chii i;i p-pie an I iiliiinli-iniddinir may vanish bcfi.ro ; his voin. ions uppetite. Ho i foiinii.;; iieighbor I hoods of iuis"rcl,e, lazy, lying, lliciviug, robbing, I oiiarrolliiig, lighting, murdering, lascivious negror in Canada, w ho aru daily intruding upon the white ladies, and being hung by the ilutcu, end thrust into the penitentiary by tlie score. lie iiiah - It great fuss about scparatm: mini and wile, nnd lie is doing tn.' ini c'-c. While he Imast-i of great sympathy for the bl i'-ks, he in grindim? the heart's blood out of poor sow ing fcuialcsj in llf northern cities. EDITORIAL RESOURCES. . Vi'o cxtriutlhe following from a cori-cspon.lent of the .V. '. Trihmc. Ho writes from liichmoud, . . , . , irginiii, under Hate ol .Inly Mil: r " When I ho stupid, ignotMiit and profane scoffer hurls his slaii; and obscenity at others, the g 1 mul the virtuous, it i. thc irt i f wisdom to let rail on, mi -id. -ring, us I he lion did of the nst, it coin. ; hot when men of si.-i.so nnd po-. lile.ie.-s in oth. r rejects, descend to (ho lowest depths of ulg.iri:y and ..lander, merely to gratify Iho maUi o of pii.iie, .col this too ill regard to a ladv, ve niav well d.-c'ii them worthy of rebuke. There nre two tlailv, lliren or b.ur secular week I y, mil as tnanv as tluee rererious (!) pa,. crs published ' in this citv. Of the tlailics. 77c Jhirnt. It, ve be. ' hove, has the large-1 circulation, but The M,:i. is r the most ably edited. I nm notacii;ain("d Willi editors of either, lint presume ih.-v are both I gentlemen, and high-minded men. Of tho editor of df The .Veil 1 can say this much; that he is a very ! talented and uloiiiieut iinin, both w ith his p"ii and ' by w .. d of mouth. Ills editorials are rich and racy. ..uv nine I" 'i'" ...... ... ... v-n ............... the coluinns of all tho papers 1 havo mentioned, i (hat 1 much regret .to see, mid that is tho uhnost ' ihnlv attacks on Mrs. Stovve and I iiclo J ou, s I almi. : When itolhing el; so will serve and these papers, sonic ol then, tit least, nro barren enough ol news ict nn; n..- i or interest ; effort, spiced off with such choice terms cs " Harriet Vjv-. -he St. .we, '"Mrs. I i.clo loin ! - her l.-.tv little Hr.," " Mrs. I'ettieoat Stovve,' I II . I. I nl 1 i scurrilous parairniph niramst fatiricati d nluinst without u ' n en ted authoress, can bo s .n in "I1 ""'! VC. Illld all such graceless mid iinmimly slanders. Thc- seem to revel in tho gall ol bitterness against this lady, lor no other rca-ou that I can set., than bo- c.uiso sho has told somo iinpalatublo truths; truths which I havo heard scores, even here, admit. All; Ibis may bo very magnanimous and chiviilrous these gentlemen, put among otiicrs it would bo the hiuht id' vulirnrilv. uud u contlcsccnsion unworthv of all that constitutes tho character of u higlimiiid ed editor. But do these gentlemen know these Christian editors that they can't write down truth that its blazo will throw into obscurity tho dim ni ss of llit ir rush lights and farthing candles? EDITORIAL RESOURCES. From the Indiana Free Democrat. WM. L GARRISON. not f'd ii IhpI il itinlt una liim'rl. OMlltl ir Vwit ln- .. .t ii ;,!:.. friends w ill give bun wurm reception. ..V'Kc . . jtli tho religion sentiments .if Mr. Gurrisi.n, ,,c w,.ior ),. m thing to do. lie inty he infidel o (nrn, ,,0 pliti, . ftujlan ami hunmidtij of the "S.h eavo iyny rB concerned: but ir-opposUio.i to tynttds i.(,l1(.,i,.nre (iod," then this true friend Of li' Unm- v ,,M V ,! fearlessly proclaimed his fid. lily to (; and'iiciu. ... , ., t ,,.,,. .,C ,,n ,.i,.,ir. ii, ,.... l-.norV ea.c. . , ,)VS-IV1. ),. , ,.,,. , ,a:,: !.. clenn. I.rt lil:n spi-ik fi.r liimself let his. traduciTJ read - . y . , , ,,..,,,..,., (,t n.nnv vears. ir"in Ii J-'i' 'J " r. ,.'.,,: t;.ll,,1 -"' '' t'T'-' " he wrote the follow n.r; .v.nne.. And vi-ihitit lepci's wit, h liisdevio.H wjs Vet M-ovns hc ii.Hii.rtal mi nil (his b:"0 control'. Nocb'tins can bind it. end 110 cell enclose: Swifter than bub' il Cili'-slVoni tmlc lo pole. And in it I'f.'l. front arlh t.. I'-.tvcn it ...- .1 It leaps In in motii.t to mount: liot'iviV to val. It watid r', plu. king boiicyt-1 fiuiisnnd llvwenit It visits homo, i bear ll.e tirt-side tuie, t r, in sw el l i oinert epns the joyous boni s "1'is up hi lore ll.e sun, roaming alar, And in its wati lies, wearies every slm! M:-. Oarii'i.it's "infidelity" !. i:io-t ntrikinirly and truthfully di.-ldajed in tll-.tt bei itirtil and lioeiic .t'efniei.t uf the WT'ii-t which lolh the r'J and black mil Ir.vo receite I at our lends- "If Honor, .Iii-'tiee.Tru;h. had not forsaltcn. The 1 ice lonj hallowed as their bright abode, Thc faith of treaties never hud been shaken, I lur country would have kept the trust she owtid; Nor Violence! nor Treachery. Imd taken Away the ri;:hts which i:n;i.r:', 0..d bestowed. Our land onoo green a l'aradii e i' bonrt-f K'i in its youth, with tyranny and crime; Its soil w ith blood of A fl ic's sons is gory, VVhia wrongs eternilv can tell not time: The red man's w oes shall swell thc d-iiniiing story. To bo reheascd in eery ago and clinic." wcrk of defamation, la,!.'!!, tl.a J.egis!a tjctrgia ofli red live tlmusa tid dollnrs to c.uv c Mr. Brown is decidedly Iteltiii.I tho limes in hit isijtt.ro el ' new ho would arrest una ..nun 10 mat uo 1 coiim. ih ii hi .... . 1 1 ... 1 f : 1 1: ticoi,in,a I Hien in Mai-sacujisciis, niiiia .. 11 im.iin (..im-on. I nit law was a iprove t ny iv . 1 .1111 ,..;,..... .... .,-.1. 1..I Tl. ,. i,uiiiriiiiii,tovc..ior, j-.i. ."in, and .lignity of ti e sovereign Slate of Georgia w ., greatly disturbed by the honest declarut'un f Mr. Harrison's opinion of iho natural and hiiiliciubhi rigltta of man. .... . ,. .. . ... 1. . in. 1 - v hell the rvntincl a ll'l Us Conor rna 1 1 nsvo iei.-n roruotten, tiurriron will livo in tho oll'octinns of l.'n leliglit to cliertsn tnaniciiior; i of tiniverml liberty. TKLTll ANli JI S'l lCK. - . , . 1 . . . .1 ;..i..i jcolintl'VUU'll, Wlin Will UI'llllHUtll''ni.lHlwllli.iiiwiJ ,,r tl,;a'leirle ndvncale of i.nivernil liberty. 6IAVERY.-A TERSOXAI WAITER. I.a-t Sabbath, it was our privilege-, in" this city, lo hear t.'ie !!ev. Mr. LogHoii talk ubotit si tvciy. Mi ideas of it nre derived lioin per oiml experieiit e. Veil, 'wild lie,"iny hearers, read and hear. I rl:tve:y 1 have known it. Von have iniajriii. d cruelly in" Iho lash I have felt it bo t ire. You hav e La i the soul trader's hiisini -a dcs ril.cd 1 have Ken and known nil tho horrors if fi'nily (om torn o.s- sirid.T by ruthlc .s hands, t T t .- t poni bed r. a 'i oeo tl.? act it weeping Ur I. st, He. incu l: iciKiy. Tim ....rs..o,! ie, i.l..ts burclner..! wl.i.., were ,.'.,.,, 1P p.,,,!,.,, pvinpathies of his audi- lence. Our nv. u cc in-;, us olien bel.re, were v e- , t ,. .,. ..... ti.:r ,,....,,. ,1 , nil. 1. r.j,;,,,,' ll,,t'ihc 'o are ooiet. toil.' cashed. pivi IUU p,,v,'rlil. l.'.vin" or ilyin-, c.,t,l niioiis i.tii-t ose of net ve ,.,:., , .,c,,,ir i: ' , , . i- . i : i . t ' ' "''J' ' ? r.ivd I ' , -,o ' ' J " --- A I'.r.n.nMATouv Ci, i :,..!.--W- a,le:,.l. on t I ai.i. .....I v I . ..ir. ... .1... ic ........ ... . I v. . ' -"" " ,,. of 1'rt,. rnss.vi. linliuh, lied vine lit. r.i'.i I- ll.e rnlice; lis (rralilii a, ion. pii'-.it-It." d m; ;.:-it ) , Hid friei: '. not ui !: l:ii'; v ,t fl' i-.':.',.!.ii I . '.'is. u: Illt'lVV cry l hiisiian virtue. A.nor.g c.iie.o up for t ou. -i '..-rat ion were Meeting of l'r.-e res.ive I-ricieih. gratified will. I In: hnttit-ii Lie -:n sj v.td"d (he convocation. 'I'l.c n,ci.:l e. of this new Kciieiotis c-'iei-.-ly seem 1 regulatitig ott.-li other's ci'c..-ii'.. end I to M'tiiiralo tlf tnnjivcs from (be re. ' but upontloiiig tl.e woik-, vvli'.-i: I hi making their oi-):.i'i:;-.iili..ii c.'lcli-. l ; d c t'..:- I popular . ins .it... U c f .,:.,;.lc 1 o'enl 1 1 cv II. O M'l.llvlM ll.j.i li,:i mi eiaui c m. t 'isvery. lN-.ea:cs vn:-e ap) o.uii d lo i.::i'ie. ; o j Whole' World's 'J'empc: enct: Ct nvi i..i..n, re- oliitiotis passed njipropi-ia o to thc ,Vniivm--niy of , i'e-t India lliiia:i.'iiali.in, which occiiut 1 in cic e. projiinity ,o the day of the i ;cc' in;.. I n r ii i te. -,sioiii. idiit the 1'iety of the l'i.gie-s-te 1 " ,- mis . (ihey . .'.!..., a gre.;-. iiiea- tirc ol'ii l sio'.'i'. s -.. tj.o. iluient, l ot is rather iuij.rn-. c.l in ii- iii.i!:iy, i:i i coopc.pieiu e of ibis uclivity i:i li.-fciitis, 'i I.e.- n I w ho think oilievv. i-e i.lnaild tiliiMl some ol li.o I meetings of litis body. Anli-S!r-,ry iVim,'iiiJ. i What Si.vvniv ( avm.t n-: Kcj-.v - nl .1.-, If. it- ; XVl",l'1.'s V"1" ''"' ""rlil ''l' isoiis and d ii.;h;cr. . tT t.!i-.:.:tve.. n. id lab; re.-. M.cciinens of her p;o !ii.-t:..n-. ti.e m nth min t keen pi-o.ltlcllOH C.M1 I'liat i'.tliluli. ii j her slaves tit homo. Ilcr stiiil:n;e ,;,,. no place foriwhibilion there. which showers ru.-li ble.isiugs iij.o'i iLc t oor be tlieni I nighlcl bl.ick race, r, .-cuing thc.-u f.-t.iu hca'l.en vvhenec is.,, und da; i.iict ;, und clot'. i:;. ile'ia w iih ei-n. forts end t.'ln istiani;y, vvili lav c no e:,i!:t: ini: lnoiiiiiiicM; iM the future, niiiiah- of the M orlii'j- l-'ci'sl Ii. 1 city j w hat a tliougl.l i.-hoi e. Al li e f'.st slop . .,. ' tioivx in the I'm., i f Iru'- l'ri -. ".s, when ll.e din. ; rancour and "ghu-v", .. i ' v.-.ir if giving vv..v to the ' cencrous soii-it t.i' r'...lrv in irts ! . ieu. ,,M, ,;,. peaceful -n.it,Vs..:'t l.i i. liuilv, sl.tv. bv a necessitous la .. -, i.. .v. n. finds it elf .l.-t iut from any enjoy iiic.it ol ll e-e p-i ilco s. ! insiiiutioii having its Livili in luce nnd Uriks hef,.ru the arts and labors , 1' po.ic i hides away like nun who uts no pari "... thc tins inheritance. T. i.t . .nor,;!. j . rnioai-.s. The Ji.'rte:, of l.ou',. vil'c, is tew publishing a series of articles on the subject of si i i very, bv a Iv enttuknin. lie is t.o I lopiiin. Jet. ho nays: "Slavery is a t rime, inula mmi,', hi That, v. i, mil glo i i- d :i,n unholy tlnnii. and now is the iii. nit nt lor all to , nunc uiiar cm i l;.. trradual. but ellectual c:aa.ii tpattoii rgics to nl. obeli It by u w i:-c and The first battle bus been fought in Koiitticky. 1 The groat sul jeet is discussed now, at the iirc tdc, i ..;,,. I,. ..,..,'.. ,,,,,l ,i,i,ll 1 1 ... ..imiirn hntuc- ,illlu ,;, W hat is suid "r proposed ia mil hi limU,r;al; tl,0 fc0t (bat elavery itself is lookc I i.t ns it jH a .. t.nill0 a wrong, an unholy thing," , cr(.ute, in tho end, a right judgment, ui.d in'"ig. i.,,t .u ,,i,.,li,.ti,,ii of means lo "euro it.' '!" in Wtlw sttipa will Lo taken by the Si uth. Living. "lhw one hulfof (he world live has ev er been n mvsioH to tho other half," says the pn verb. his a gnut mystery with u (rreiii many peo plo now-a-days tomako out how they livo io;et a long Ihemtelvcs, raying nothing about otlics.