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From the Albany Alton.
WELL DONE. Dead of Separation between the National Democrats
and Freesoilers and Soft Condition.
"This indenture, ina4 this 13th I:iy of Scptem-
tar. 1K4( Rt a li.tiu tli.it tc-t the honesty ft men
1MJHMAMillir llflilt .'fti.v I nr... t I.a ........ . i. v ......
i . ............ .. ...
r"1"' n " ii "I W'.-UUI li.II l'Cll..Cr.. V Ol l.iU I.ISl
p.r aii'l tlin little cro-J ..I' ilci.il ni'int wliii, Iiku
vanpire have mevfl mum tlm ctc.l.t of said ...nt-1
patty composing the uiniicDrnnruled linn i.f Uarn-j
turners tulUlioil.i. short li.ts niuim. nml Xfit
York tlieivcs, of the se.ooini pair witnessed that .
tlie ui. jmnv tor il.e Br?t J'.nt, Iwr nil iu c"ni!v-'
ratinn ot a jp.xl riifl.inc tu Iheni, duly l.avc'
ilic.irdivl, mid l.y thoe pri;ont.i d j l-rver diinnl
and iiit cliinii. il tliuir titlo mid int.'resH id', in.
t' th it ecrlain s.n ill luinH ,.r in ncty 1 1 rei-nev
imu heretofore ennutvte-i with M.i.i tiini, To Vv.t
iiiim iiiilii n i-iiiiiiii'ij itir n ii i.i'iuiitriiiir
Murtin Van Itiirun, lying niiu lein in the t.iwn o! ,
ot.ur v mim, ccuniy ul I unto Julm, uud .Sluie 1 1 1
'ltoiiinloi;ii f. l!w : eoinmencing nt ft null p"t:
lu the U.il'.iiuiiio I'onwiitinii iii:irRi'd 'Itevene.' i
r'.mniii4 then -u koiiiIi to to of rduvery in im-;
lliNtiiut ul tolumhsa ; tliom u in a v. eiterlv iu
course tiw:inlH II l.l.iio, until it Mtitiu tim Iiuio.'r t ,
ti. klo sti'.kw ; them-a duo n .nli to Lt. iur.li svmp:iihv
ll.01.co S(Aitl.e ilcily toward a K,dd .,., OgleV
.n..n .....ii, 1... . 1., I.. .... it,.. 1 ., . 1... 1
" - .v.'.., . .w ...v .. i.j ivi mj'iiiii in
tho meai .ryot J.i.k,,t.' over the lei :) then, e e.isi
i , a piie of ineen li ny U...-uuiei.f. u.ai k-d Tl.e uitiil I
Dig;' tliea.e norlii to a l.ia-,1 wo.d moiiuuici.l ;
lunkcl i'.uo'.i-,-' tlioacc e.i-l cl,.wn a ilce,. il"i lii-j
ly lothopl.i.-oof Uviiun.cMit.iiiimga'.jiili .uiMs,
oin. e-.-ceKcrs, iirroniis'.ci.c.cs, nnv n it id broken
pled -es, Ac, be the same more or less. '1'iwthei
witU tlio uT:u: U'oan. e.i and all iutu. cf tJ and claims
whatever id tin; said pai iici ul tlio lii .-t p.i: t, either i
in iHct,vn. y or otherwise subje. t only to the con-
ilc a. 11 itioii ol all b.veis ol then- country. And (lie
aid party ul tlio li.t part he. el y ev. naitt and
to keep up it. pc.-pelual n'pair tlio lum.es
tu.tt novr surround thu pieu.ie I.e. el .y conveyed in
sufficient height to picvci.l allegros liuiu the mid !
-WUuoss cur band and icil tl.o day and year!
"By Dami.l S. Iiii m.v-on, ilu.ir Altoiney
"Signed, ucalcJ, mid tlulivcre I 111 1 he .cine ol
"GEORGE W. CLINTON."
"Count; of Vnio.t for t'li: ;,'.- ' I'niuii, tf. On
this 13th day ol ' sS'pic-nibur, 1.0.1, belnie loe came
1yniel 1'k kmsun, win. is u. uie personally known
as the agent of tin) first part, and nckuo'w letled
that he Had uxeculcd ibu luregoing instrument us
tho autand deed of JvLcmou (juiuociacv.
JOHN C. MATHER.
And thit fron the Washington Star is not bad.
Tho wile of our pclilivians aro well pointed jusl
JOHN VAN BUREN AT WASHINGTON.
From The Star.
Madaine n,,.,,or tell, funny .tories sometimes.
nbe Kives Ide bdli.iving aetotu.t td an interview be-
twee Prin.-e John VuV. Bare... .... Ihm ti-ii
W litis city, and C d. Uovcrly Tti-ker. llie S-timt
ci,., 11 ii.i. Ti,i....,...u.,.,ii v..i; t H.....I
v. .............. . .-- - .... ......... ..... .............
where the priuco ktoppe.l, and v. he.o liiu gallant
Colonel mot Liiu.itiid thU'i at-cosleil hut
1 .- hv. .John bi.w are ou? nut Ibe rlcv.l
brought you here? Have the Hards diivcn you
out ol Uulhaiii, or has Guthrie tailed you down Luc
to give nn account cl youi-ceit 7
i . J. ij .4 inc- yuUl i,ev., low do you ttor
As for the ehvlii.u.l know iiolhing itboiH it; Gutluie
all right i 1 go iu lor resolutions of l'f ; hold that
'the blood 1 1 ti t n a tcis is the tcd of the Church,'
and mv business lioreis to buy a nigger !
T.luy a nigger! Gjod gracious, Prince, how
you surprise nie 1
P. J. Yes buy a nigger! I consider a nigger
tho great panacea, the ornament of tho Christum,
the emblem o! tlio faith nud fidelity iu tho politicinu,
and, altogether, something dry important to man
kind generally. Just see how llrousoii has been
j.ulfiid intou star of tl.c first magnitude by gal van
iiiuz a Bi.uri icciurs luuuinric upon niggers lucy
Imve nearly made a treat rn.. out of ll kinson-:
more than half hum auued Charley O'Connor,
ecu r:iisnd noori'isiltiv to tl.e .i.-ecii.e.M ol' ootui-icl v
s:: :....V.. 1. ....;
tiiiivu uin ill -ivn LitinHi, itti niiLii uuiii'i n natu
ever boon performed at these by uiggers. Nothing
iu Kdiin.uiU ubout spirit rapping begin to cine up
t. it. 1 tell yuu,l!ov.y;.'M haven nigger my lame
require it, and 111 v persuiial want tlcu.nutl 11 !
T. Noncncc, Jotiuj but do you rea'y want a
ttlgger? because, if you d-i, you must hate oue.
P. J. Why certainly I do. I.vcrybjdy seeui
t'j doubt evcryiliing I say about niggers. I tell
you liuv. 1 have changed my mind upon that sub
ject, and, thougli I tlid not think so once, I regard
"the Wilmot" v. ill. the f 1:11c a' honcii' e I do the
Maine law. ll' Miiiipio.iry, meicly :u -In- k upon
ilasure tiiio n pci.snr.tl c -ui ! .','. ti n ali lie.
ftrl nnd all the s..ic.icc iii.- n grcMe-t upon
chivalry and limt!!y, it chec-v upou niggers, nud,'
therefore, wrong. Any lo in tli.it can l sec this,
hatu'l got ft nigge,' iu dis eyo, and any i.io.ii thai
Jtaa t got a nigger 111 11:9 eye 111 tuj-.e U.iy
in vii at all.
T. Why John, you talk like a Jviiut ! Gitous
y.nir views in Tiic 6-:n'in:l, uad lii. u you will be
i-ou.tiderej orthodox. They arc at 1, ..uud u- a uut.
I tkoii'thi you would 1 ..nie right ul la-t.
P. J. .Sound ! Why I 111:1 as s-.und 1.11 niggers
a the stump candidate !or telc-tiiu'.ti was -i. ll.c
g'.o.! qiuciti.iu. The only trouble is lo make the
wori.l bele'no it. 1 yra.il I't "crush out" unbelief
1111. i have a, -r-iro W r o. Ii"
nm . irnto 1. uiigtr .1 ri.11 wiiti niggi .1 .111 oiMi-
ult.i i .ti, .si.ri.i.i .... uii..,n., .... .....
i.nrv Adainantine sued an one as liicliiuson would
..-iig:itP.ci:a-c,aiiitwoiia iniKe 11 1,1 compaiuou
, r v.oo.oy. yn,. ..ev. mat i niubi gel aueati
of the w hole baled, and
-Nlr.-r"! nrrvrt'. ril-cr. nre tlio mT..s.
t iisrcuili) It t-tt.ch l!. tuniicutovl the lUrtll?"
I nipivisc wongree on the Maine law?
T. Ah ! John, il.erciu wo do harmonize per
fo -tly, and
J ho colloquii-ts ti.on rotii'Cl into a Corner it is
shretvdly susoeacd to converse ab'.ut tho printing
And again this fVd w3 from the Tribune.
A Ft HiT.-J"hn Vau Haren, in aUlospeei'h
Ta.uu.any H.tll, cotitcniptuou.ly .idicuicd ulUynt-,
jrtthy t freedou. of and tho rigid of tlie slaves,
ttttd ill e3'urt topreservo Nobra.sk.-i front the blight
..rUvery. His buisr.css w:n to suppm his family,
not "watching negroes in Nebraska." The 'i'ri-
bun eon.ains .1,? following capital hit ut thi.
leoch, tho signilicaneo id which "Priuco John"
will hardly fail to recognize.
WVmio. Euiployineiil, by a Prince, of facile
principles, Uueul speech and imposing ail'litm, but,
u r . 1 i . 1 , ., ;
whoso fortunes, wild lliur-c ol Ins launly, liute:
ulTerodby recent convulsions, and wln.se loss of u
k t. L-...I 1 . : ...... . i-.. !
t roucu j.iiioiis u.iu ii.iuieii cpeciatious ut 1. 1
a. oouaiorsnin uitvo loll 11 lu. without a Place,
AouUJlouicd to generous living, uud having 1. laiui-,
to provide for, he is ready to undertake uuy-
thing that promi.so well ; but the disastrous result'.
id a former Wool speculation couipoU him to do-,
clino lurtncr veiitute 111 that line, licing still
geutloiiiau of htrgo expectations, he must decline,
fur the pre-ont, any occupation e.ssenliully low uud
vulgar such, tor instance, as watching negroes iu
Nebraska, bill a contiuueucuof his present run id
luck may constrain dim to do'cund even to tli.it.
l'leaso address J, V. 11. at the u llico of 2' he Keen
From the New York Evening Post.
EXEMPTION OF SLAVES FROM SALE.
Tim nroprietyof exempting a certain number of
(ly from forced aide under execution da been
feraooM tiwe under discuesion in Alabama, mid
oiueHuw of that description is likely to be carried
through tlie legislature of tdat Slate at it np-l
I".""-"'". " "'""iwuii.siiiTOii.
tAw of citizen, who ure tint slaveholders, to bo
irBi.gv.re.iitig ia iiistiiui.oii, ny e.icourug.ng
out MtoresUd pTHona!ly tu that description ol
property, anu inerei.y loiitiroase tlio iiuuii.er 01
Hrowner. It is proposed that person applying
ar lti fctsnoHt of 'io law, be required to pay a to-i
tuf to tho Still 0 of twenty dollar for every slave
.......,1:.,.. . ............. 1 .,,,.1 , 1, '
1j j- T. 1 "i""- " .-'
. , .ci- n. i,
An M.T.M odyoeateof tl... exe.upt.on.'Mr. Per-
ry VSiUkT ol Alabama, ha. been .li.euss.ng
whenever the inslituli. n is availed tlie ccmlmt nf
mr n:l.lie men '.lie reirliiio-x willi wl.iili lliey
li:ve ji.'ldcl tn frecoil deinnnd" in the tettleineiit
f ewnlrjerin. in wltiilitlie lij ltanf tie flave
Slates were inudu'd I lie nnlnr Willi w hit li wei-en-and
tend fur lite unnex ii'jn d' TenK, I eean.c it would
address formal ren.ou tram cs to the general gov-
"rnme.it. n.,,1 v. I.e.. told tl at .be .nailer .cms in the
Mnto alone, at 1. is bwo.id ibe reai h 1.1 tvde.al ac-l
lion, Ian, eol the inciLci.-m y of iiilcrnatiunul law to
abate the grievance. The' wives and daiifchters ol
llritiili peers and official nddres America 11 woineu
unokii.g them to uid in removing what these tilled
i(lfll-t1iml.l!otd t-mrnf.l vn nil iiluai.iualioii n llmbi.rlit
inicwtiavc it wuli their tlioiights, bnbits nud daily
lite. Strive lo make thcut regard it .mt ot.lv us es
is scnthil to them, but all important to the State. Let
. it bo viewed as a State right, and its defence ft State
duly that it is a vital part of the State's structure
j the badge and cvidenco of State sovereignty
! that it is the great tlcnicnt ofour pro.-pcriiy, ami
that its surrender carries with it individual ruin and
State decuy. PKKCY WALKLU."
subject in ft scrim of papers wired Imvc appeared
ln.ni time to time in tlie Simile Tritunr. i
i'...... .. . i .. i. 4.
.tn.et in rojW to the ulict...., Hint an cxi'ni.tiui
law wvUM it an xu knov ..M-im ht of tl.e vo:.ki.iv-
if claeiv. It ixmai.t m im- sintetnciiU viiiih, in
u A hO t:imi jnirn;il, "unite reflect icn :
Tl.urn id nf .1 ' a , I-i ti 1 h-it llu infill III inn f Jvl.
, ..."a-.m "... :r.
,,-,f)f nuiit.iiu 1 i,u H.nw.u n.diivi , ,. .
ti.'ii iii'.fc (J:uif'ri.u, cs) ccially if e couple with
it ot idcheei of a determination to ndd to its strcniilh.
The uhciiunl distribution nf shins, ns exhibited in
11S Cxllibitnl ill
the i-cn-us lctuihs iho i'.-K'i"iir we liiunilest
'in the nruth fr the im ornori.tiou into the I mncl
ri i ir:!e li h ui p L 111 m ii' r i c ivh ri nu irrni: ill
the il;iiul i f CuL.T, fn.ni the Lelief that it would
Iringthen the sl.ivc M.i'oi the jionenil inllteiik
t iiHiijfiiutn.n, (us it were l.-ut jeivrdiiv,) lnliwiii(
the nni;.miiieiiien! tlmt K.nuhind nml Inline we:e
prop ued tn tim-r into iiepiii-.tticiiF with uin, ihe
ihe id.jciu of w hii h ffu tn pru ide for the em:m-'
eiputiou of the flates in Cul u all uttesl itsweuk
. nini in r own sense 111 it,
' The moral ,v, er of .ho world is arrayed n5M
..i . . ....
us on this subject. European goiei.nncnts ,)
1 i . I... .1. I,., v I.
"I iv n-iiiini niin,:n 111 11 iv iniiLii. 11 u 1 ,
ie,:hlic, even while her ca'ninits were diinping
ill. the bhs.d of revolution, celebrates her birth by
decrecsing emancipation iu her ieloiiies. In Ki.g-
laud, her parliament rings with doiiunciati n of!
Auieruan .-Livery. Her di ! um'.iMS mid states-
men scheme- a ,:.iin
tet iigan.st Ihu statute
of a si.vcieii'ii .Stale nro -
v 'I-" ' 1 "
diluting eol ued mariner" from rutciiuir her noi ls
of Ood. A gificd but shameless woman, false to
...IV.JUI.J M..IIU unillllllj. HIIIMllK'l. .i.v
lllioil 10 inv-iiini
ner sex. ini-e to tier country, aeail toail sense 01
irntli, delicacy, (and 1 haif alnn st said decency.)
for a base, bad purpose, a book 1.1 idling her
set, ui.d slandering her countrymen, and when she
. V ,. 1 . ..7 ., . .. .. '. . . 1
visits l.nghiiid with the b elli ig id a traitor m.ngl-i
cl villi the rnpniiiy tilde unirer, she is laed
and horn red by Lords and Commons, Pecs ni.d
" Men of all ranis and da res I eycr.d tl.c ocean
unite in protesting against tlio iiis-,i:'utb n.
" In this counii v, parties, te..ts nnd Mntei lmvc
waned ngaii.it it 1.1 uvcry I'oiui, cxicpt by a rc'ort
Our very i-ensitivcners under thee assaults ar
gues our fears of the strength of the institution.
"To think, then, of concealing a weakness which
is ?n patent, is absurd; nud to iniilitnus against
acknowledging it, is to make cowards of us. Let us
not tb'ceivi' ourselves.
" We stand alone, wild iiolhinz to break or turn
asidJf lort":;,: o whf Zr,
aroiind us ns an niiLi-v II !
V..-.,..- ..... iT.:.' .1 .!.. .t..f...!.
ers of slaterv to be found. There and .here only
i:....i.i - . i...u... .1. :.i.... 'ii.- ...'..
ii.iiv i"ii,ei nii.iii-u-niiriij:iil not., iiii'siiiiiiu
ne.-ded depends upou ourseh cs, iiiul must be sup-
1 ,. r. . ...
1 piled nt dome. .... .
Ii' 1... :...i;e'.,rn,i... ),., .I.a
part of our iion-slutchohUng eilizeiis, this f, cling
must bo supplanted by one of interest in and lor it.
Invite them to enter inlo tlirc.l 11 hiiious vvuli it
WOMAN AND TAXATION.
iu t,loeSebool Cominittet. the public are ignorant
1 no High School for Girls has yet been organized.
Willi theso vion whic!. n.iglit now be fully car-1
iitiricd out, wad the iiicrcaso ol her tax-hill, in eonti'.
'lonco of your Co.,s.itu.i,mal Convention, which
can result iu no permanent good, sinte the (jieiit
central element of Jantiee, was by the Committee
! on our petitions winked into "esjmliwy ;" and
no minority report, nor any act of thu Coiiteiilioti,
! vindicated or oven recognized llie right of Wuiuwi
; on the mil ..iv.' .,' ,rj,rcci,t.tion, Jlumaniiy.
j Thus dissatisfied vt nd city expenditures, the in-
, equality of public school education, (.irxmilUiny
tdocutoni,) your icuioiistrant pay her taxes mm-',
' . ,. , ,. . , , ,
inilwrily, instead ol ehcerliiily, leeling wild her thai
element of patriot ism wliieh inspireil her, ns well
1 ...... .-......'...I.. :.. a... ..!....,
rctentatioii is tyranny." This is respectfully sub
ly utitled. HAHHIKT K. 1 11' XT.
The following Protest of Dr. Harkikt K. Hot,
r 1, ., , . . .
" " bereittt.;dlB?t,n of properly
by a Slate which denies Iter all Political Fruiicliisc-,
w ill of course be answered by eonvcrvali.-u. w itd n
uut now else covui it be nuswered 7
To the Authorities of the City of I)oton, (.V.im.) and
the Litiicnt ycuerullys
Harriet K. Hunt, Physician, n native a id perma-,
nent resident ol the Cut-ol li.ision, and for many
........ .. ..... .. .. .1 " '
years a lax-pater therein, 111 making payment id
her taxes for the coining tear, protests oynui against
the injustice of lev ying taxes without n ri;ht of
rcprcsciit iiion. ide piesent system of taxation i
u serious wrong, a violation ot justice as well as
1 ,- .. " , ,. - ,- , o 1 .
Mi latioiiol rcpublii.niiisni. Ii ol all tin- tv. 11:011 .11
M::.-sacbuselt., who are citizens, "lily t-.n fill
wrong, those ten should be re lre-s't' l j but when
i.c;,: !y two thoii'aad pi -tit it ncrs piescntt- l theiu-
-...v, iicuuii ijjcir iyi.mir, it. your v,ollsu'.u-
.ii::.i-.:l! Cotitei.iion i.ti tNisvit.tl r.oe.ti,,,, i.w ..
inesjH dkhl" for the Contention to lake any action
11 to lake any actum
n rclali u, .hereto. What woman of tdoulrhl can
c nisetit to be governed dor that is the nrirtiiucul
1,.,. ,l, ..r' i...:,. ,. r, ,1...
bring into ' llico those who are lo represent her ? '
teen giicn to woman on this subject, only that man
1 1.... .1 . ....... 1 .1... , ..,
sons, tour remonstrant has no sued rraratu,
tuti'tu, and there are many in lit dilution. " State.
county and city tax:" the f tn. ...p tliA PV1..11.1. 1,1
tl.e Constitutional Convention, in which she dad in.
- , . ...
uv''ul 1"' '") ' "ovv larcicul that power
petiuon , when sho can neither express utacut nor
,;,,, ... its .l,,;.,-. I.ot l.n ,,,,;,,..lv i,.,i ,,,,.1
like an idu.t, lunal or infant, be v(,,,,,,'i to nieet
,,. 0f tho "city tax" one word. The incnualilv
1 ;..: .1- n..n:.. 1 v ......
ing no High Sch.Md for tiirls, while our Hoys have
both a Lalin and High School, as spoken of in
her lust protest, uud our privileged rigl.t of petition
tested by Iho voice of nt lca.it 2,7'Ki, lor such High
" LV''IT..T. X?J1
" "" e., i.-itnn,-, w, m hm, tn ici mice 01 nun tteep,
tun, unit cn-ur sentiment : -- taxation without rr.-
iuii, ami cieur scniiment : "laxation without re
No. 32 Green-st., Boston, Nov. 5, 1858.
; ing. Another school 011 a system similar Pi the
ibovo dns lately been establisfio l in Soulh llrook
' j lyn, uud i represented to work well TiiLune
tin. goiti tiepoKitetl 111 the 1 Itilttdt'liidu. jltut ti-otn
10 ff, di...0Very up to Nov. l.is stated to be ..
School yoa TianoEi) CiiiLi.Ktv. A number
philanthropic ladies of Clinton and Washington
ay, have re .-cully e-l tblislied wdat might be lermed
a I tagged School," on a plan entirely novel,
leas, so nir ns tni ctly is eoncerneil. I lie children
who lire picked up 'iibout Iho neighborhood, n
I inait. r now rnggcii or uirty, are put 111 as r.
table 11 in. ns cireuiiihtauce w ill permit, inn
1 , ;.i...t ...;,i..i: 1.... n... . : ':
tha substantial, us well it sucv of llio tlelicacies
of life as can bo procured with the 1110 ins provided
and. as .bus far show,, prove ll.o ntai.t altractin
,.,-., 1 ai v,.', y ..,,, uv U..i..t-r I'Olll prises
anil, as thus l.ir sliotvn Tirot-.u i.ia 1111.1.. f,..,-,,,.. ,
feature for the coildren, who tire brought iu wild
I ll.o prospect of n gootl repast nnd keptliiauhiM.il
; from the lime of opening in Iho forenoon to the
j period of closing in the evening. Tlie cltool tuts
ueon in operation for about two weeks, nnd there
m v, ..tji.,
apery resieciuoiH progress, considering inn snorl
1 lime they have alien. led
mended, llit.se wrl.o were first in-1
have been on hand every day n.ce,
;er of Hehulur I gradually increas.
: duee.l to atleud
j wnnu inu iiumner 01 scholars is gra
Aim or 1. ..in. j l.e total anion nt of Califor
Tf - I, O 1 1 Cl I n 11 II 11 n I i
) C - 11 1 " UC 1 K W"IC.
stolen. Ohio, November 90, 133.
TERMS OF ADVERTISING.
(hir Squirt (1C line "i (I f.-
M , snm'U,,
' " inn yut,
T" sqt im.ih,
An l-mtrtli n.hti.iiocfi roar, with Brit lie of nliaiiclaat
m i.thly. iaw
nif f.1nnin. I niitmir m-nnilily,
4 l !.! ioi Pcrcih.-ir illil Hue w 111 tc Infcrtml one year,
fur ; pi u)Mii;ii, $i.
FREDERICK DOUGLASS IN CHICAGO.
repudiate the religions creed of certain unpopular
,K i;,i,.niMs.. and by so doing bo had made on.o
. . . .. . . . .
; ""'I'""' " himself, for orthodoxy and aiiti-fatiati-gree
oi-.u. Vie were cunicl!i:d so to think for two
' reasons. First becau?e Mr. Douglass had in our
' ju,i,mcnt jvrn ,.,.,, fr everybody to think so
. J J
; j U f"r ''. "J n)' ''"' o think by tho publi-
'. cations in hi paper referred to, he has done a
HerjUU!1 ir,jurv to ,lie 1!IV0 to sy UollillK of
, . , , . . 0
Jllf,tlc l0 individu ils, and das given just occas.on
, '"p the exu't'OS t'l'i.uuim j;.uGli-iia 111 the Congre-
gatioiml Herald, nnd in n multitude of oilier pa-
pcrs, which are laboring wild tdeir migdt, to defeat
! ,, ,, , . ,r .,,,1;,:.,,;,. , .
' ' "'" f ,,olltl:""k"- Vo "'e
, Iherclore will, pleasure, to givo currency to this
first effort of Mr. Douglass, to currect this evil,
anil we trust he will perfect the work thus begun,
... 1 ,..! i,:,.!r ... r... .. . . :i 1. .1 11'
: and inuko lumsell, solar at possible, tlioroutrdlv
1 ,. !...'
midertt.d, hy those pro-slavery clitors and their
; 1:....... 'ei...:. ...... 1... 1.. ..... .1 ..
'stood by the pro-slut ery press, especially tho rclig
writes ! ;, ,', i jn f it) , published by this press, with
: ,, . . . , , . . r ,, ,. " .
a demon ac howl or exultation, Mr. Dotiuhiss never
alleniptcd tu "repudiate diselami or explain this
' view t f bis course. The above paragraph being,
' so far as wo havo seen, the lirtt eflort of tho kind
, jas cr c,a,jc
1 We "hould Love come to no such corsclutioti from
tion. That Mr. D. stirred up so luucd of a "mutt"
anion tl.eiu, is an evidence that on litis occasion he
u, J ltaxc t, ,l( bravely. Hut wc do think that
1 . r 11 1 1 . ii- . -i
when people of all classes understand hint to assail
1 . ' 1
1 aiili-slavcry men, 1.1 pro-slavery form, nnd Willi
popular put-slavery argument when lite inveterate
! enemies t.r tnc cause, use this fa"t exultingly nnd
! . 1 .. .... t-.- . i"
triumphan Iv iigainst abolitionists, and to 1 oprivi-
'. " . , ,. ,
this'"10 ll"-'ir c!r"rl,4 lll-''1 lie 1,1 fidcltly lo the
cause, to set Minsc!!' right on those points, if he
i has been mi' understood and misrepresented.
I'ndcr tliis licail Mr. Duiiglana In his lnt pnper,
. . -
Ml.e rnraKra,h trom the o.co ni tnc ru3r
tivp, whitli we copied lust week w ith
coimnent, nud adds tlio following:
'We find the above, fur the first time, in the
" I Lire (;' M! 1'ii'iilitv," followed by a lengthy
editorial ii'iiiiuruilin .Mr. (.iairison. Mr. liiuu
, w ill be so g'Mid ns to say tu his readers, upon our
lliniiornv, 111:11 in ins iin'uu.,,i,s 111 iim iiuo, t ii'i.
, ,, ,. , . ,. , .
""" . ,1"1.""t "(.amsnniamsn, .
! ' ""K- e no no, go noro,, ,
'to repudiate this or that mans religiuun creed,
, - , 1.1. 1 .
""'vcvor erroneous wc may deem It, but simply to
Mn utliy h.r the slave, and to uroueo peo-
lde tu iKtion lot-Iiw ilclncrnncc.
We are frbid that Mr. DouM.vs "repudiates"
.1.;. charre'i.r rr.,,lin.i.,n 1V e,,rn.. ilm t.rv
.1 1.. ....I
nl"1 reiuciiintiy we naa come 10 1110 coucri-
sion, that Mr. Douglass had taken some pains to
1 . 1 . . 1 , .. . , 1 ..I
"Tcl"c" pui.ucniu.ns ins paper aur.ng 11,0
" ",A ""' i...uj uom n r-1
any reports ofspeecl.es in poctnriun or political ;
11:11. er. for wc know tho 11.or.1l imnossihilitv of
theirtelling.be truth of anybody who will tell
, , ,. , :
the truth o! then, or tin ir churches or parties, j
nm as we n:m 11, ns wc supposed, 111 ins own edi-
lorial.i, we were compelled to think these pro-clav-!
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Ity the way. what varied interpretations may
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1... I.... : I .... ..... .... .
1 " "P"" man speed is wen ...usuaici ny me
""""'' "".'res'ioiis producM ,y tho recent I..-:
produced bv tho recent )..
i.p..,rM. 1 u.. ;,. 11.:........ n.,.,
. . .. . .... v. "i
rt, V0.H1..1..1..S ..in ii . s mi nn- 1 nm 1 -i.es, us
every way excellent, fortified bv unanswerable'
1 every w ay
jii..iionts an I ovent helming tact. 1i Khler.
v. ho wns present, tl.otigl.t them unwarrantably
,-eveie uud iu nauc respect unjust. Another
writer, thinks they pave the most triumpliant evi
dence of Mr. Piniglasn" ideological orthodoxy.
The Congregatioual Herald, considered Idem a
decided repudiation of Garrisonian Infidelity, while
the pious X. W. Advocate, "regards the preaching
of tlio boldest, rankest, Abncr KnecLind infidelity,
not half nt pernicious to tlio cause of truth, ns the
disseininatii.il of such sentiments" as Mr. Douglass
advanced nt Chicago. Now we, as w o have said,
did not condemn Mr. Douglass on any such testi
mony ns abovo referred to. Nor do wo ask of hiuiS
ll.c impossibility of being correctly represented by
iheso men, or of pleasing them. Many can only
, idensed by falsehood nnd nro-slavcrv eo-onoru-
vi e have I
ken no part iu the recent controversy
w.'.n . 'ir. I'oiigiifs on tin mailer, tiinngit uircc
with Mr. Doi.-'iss on this mailer, tl.on-h ,1..,.,.
' months a... Mr. I. implicated us iu it and chaced
n - . - o -
. . . . : . . ...
us wuii i.e. ug panj to 11 coii-pn acy w oreaK uowii
1 1,is Wcr' U,,J iUU and absurd charge linn
beyond ibe Atlantic, and vet wc have never taken
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,llc trou(l0 evca , , Jonv ,t. "o will olllv add,
.. , . , ,
that in whatever Mr. Diugl iss, or any 0110 else
enlist sympathy for tho slave, and to
arouse people to uctio.t for his deliverance,
jlUl(1 t10v hhnll m0 our hearty symputhy-and if
I ... . '
possilde our cumcf t 10-01 elation.
I Ono word more, for we want to ho distinctly
1.,.. 1 w ,l..-, .v- n,.Mlv . .. ;. ,
"-v j -o-s-
. u" on uf x& ur "' u ''0
lu.ioti, 10 sucure tin co-opcrjuion. c a-x no
immunity from tlio freest ...id sovorest criticism of
uUr anti-slavery opinions and conduct. Conceding
1 thi. light to oil.ers for the slave's sake, we cluiin
vu,,"jl,v,,,B. ...- ..'.,, v. uv whuhh nope to reitcit,
' for those r
1 paper will never publish disclaimer of
A NEW PARTY.
iiniKiiigjlllllt0 them. Hint strengthening the
Mm,. ol this republ.c, to date resolution, inlro
. ,(.,., im ('....(..ess, can ying out pracically tlie
;. ullll !...,,. of the i.,i.:.,..-o.l 1 i,.v t ii ?. 1
I , , ,
1 11,0 '""" ,mT; U'on P,'l",l;i''. indeed lite union
i "cenis to be porfected, between tlio Silter Grays
I and the Ailuinaiitiiiet of New York. Vuriotis
pupers iu Iho Statu express their npproval of the
union, and nllinu that their platform are one on
tho slavery question, and e-seiilially o ou nil otic
It is proposed to christen the new party, the
1 XntUntul Denim-racy. The X
I" , i. . -n 1 1.1 . .
i Ue. hut " ''""''" '
!-' York Horuld
. principles of tlie parly. It says:
' It would be tlm duty of such a parly to udopt
measure for establishing a closer uud firmer union
Pottvcen tlie Nurld uud iho South- and for the
i,rIOM, f coi.solidalii.g thu boi.'da wdieh ..,',
fniternily which ought
to exist hulwuuu nil tlie
aim uud intent of the iiniiiori.il Cluv, Calhoun, uud
it- 1 .. 1 ,1 ...
11 unsier. nttcu u puny woui i supH.rt the project
for tho iinnexinjiin ii the Suinlwii h Islands,
which, wo nro lold,' tdo udmii.isti-utiun iute:id
1 It woiihl take strong ground Ht once in favor ol
1 tde uiv.stou ot l.al!tt.ruui uud lexaj, uiid'tdo nd-
dition of two new .lave 'Stab,, to tl e So,, ,. I,
would liklse iu-is. ,, ,!,.. ilr. duAic,, of ,l,te
lubor the only one suitod to tlie nioridiun into
the territory ot Ncbraskn.
Such ft pnrty, lo eonstitutctl, and giving by its
conduct in respect to thefo measures an cniiiesl
of the loyally of ils intentions nud its honesty to
the South, would command tho adhorenco of every
true lienrled limn, nud would luilllo tho intrigues
of all the Northorn agitators."
Whether tho agitators will bo l.nfllcd by this
union, we shall ace. Of all pru-nlnvory movements
in tlio country, this is tho very movo that poilina
cious aj;itntors would desire. It arrays shivery
and anti-slavery in diroct and unmistnknblo hostil
ity, takes ftvtay, to a consulcriiUle extci.t, the o
portunity for hypocriey and false pretences, will !
break, with thousands, the charm of old party
names leave men moro to tho control of their
judgments and their better impulses, and prepare
them better than any thing else could, for the
reception of truth nt the hands of moral agitators.
Tho Hunker Adamantines, in Church and State,
move on with eipial steps together. Tho Itcrercnd
Doctors, with their S-jiilhern Aid Aisocintiont, the
Political Doctors, with their Jlrjnibtican Democracy,
arc all seeking the same end and animated by the
sumo spirit. What choice names for devilish
deeds. Uut their works will reveal them, despite
I, . . . . . .. '1. .......... ... .. ... .
The Federal Covcrnmeftt is just now in conflict
wild two of the States of the I'nio.i, Pennsylvania:
nnd Indiana, on the slave-ciitcbiiic question. At
luast it would be so in conflict if these States had
any pluik of tl.r ir ow n. As it is, of course, there
will be 110 light, but only domineering on the oue
baud and submit-sion en the other.
In Pennsylvania, Deputy Marshal Wyncoop has
been indicted by tho Grand Jury fur his murderous
assault upon Hill, at Wilkesbarro. Of course eve-
r liodv knows that that astuilt was as .1 ctinl as ii
was assassin-like. Uut who .opposes that tho I'll-
ion will be jeoparded by sending this murderer to
tho Penitentiary. Aobtaly, tf course, let nil
honor to the brave Oram! Jury, w hich dared to find
The Tribune, speaking of tdiscase, says:
The indictment of Deputy Marshal Wynkoop fol
ios attempt upon the lite ol U.li, a lugitivo I rem
slavery, ul Wilkosburro, Pennsylvania, w ill pro;cnt
for ii.liudicalii.n this que-ticu: U itit amount ol
''""'''''.' ''!' ' t'-'"' fr,,rUdice mll.c
i-f' iii tHie ot a liiiiltrcf It is desirable that this
lHli;, , f;,th tlt. iro r n fugitive is of 111.
value, the tint should be known. It, on Iho contra
ry, it has n price, let it bo established. Let us
know what the rights of the slave ate, if be hns
any. nnd nlo tho righls of the community, and the
.. . . -
have not become obsolete. It would socm, hotvev
m.v. no. occoinc oosoi.-.y. .t sec...,
,.-.:..'.. .. . ' ...1
.....n. D ...,.,,....
t,P penplo of the plinowero looking on like pill-
cm vciis, never lining a linger wnnc a man was
shot down befoic their t-ves.
Tlie other case la that of Iho Marshal who ar
rested John Freeman, nt Indianapolis, nnd who so
shamefully violated his duty ns to exhibit Freeman's
naked person to l.Uington, his claimant, ll.nl
do might gt off. as he did, and get witnesses
to come and swear to order, tlmt Freeman was his
sluve, nud wh nfterwnid exhibited Freeu.au'
person to those notublo w itnesses befoio they made
their affidavit. V eil, sonio of tdc friends of free
dom at Indianapolis have caused this Marshal,
John L. Ilobinst n, to le arrested for his participant-)-
in the matter, ns it was clearly ft ca.o of con
spiracy for kidnapping one of the cititcus of Indi-
Thi is to bo considered a case of persecution for
righteousness sake, and Marshal Kobinson i a rep
resentative of the dignity of tho Federal Govern
ment, which is assailed by this arrest. Of course,
then tho I. S. Attorney must come forward with
the l .iitcd States Treasurer for bis defence, nnd so
they hare come, as apbenrs from the following cor
respondence of the Tribune:
" H"jtin;i'iH, Thursday, Xoi: 15, 1S5I5, An
important opinion of Aitoincy General Cushing.tni
the execution of the fugitive na law, will appear
in tomorrow's Inion, which ha received .no Prc-
ident' approval, 1 he opinion p: anything but
S. ft," but exliemely ' Hard." The tat Is which
elicited tl.e opinion uie these : Senator lit iirlit. in n
1 loiter to the Seeretnty of the Interinr, iufoimed
i l"r ''''. ' !".. chum -
1 . it sol 1 1- tin lien ,11111 I- rei.1101,1 .in'iii . uin
tho Marshal, dad tlio warrant placed iu hi.
Is lo urrest Fieenian. Lr.on examination i
ascertained Fieenian did not owe service t.
Klliugioii. and he wus (lis. harg. d, and Fieenian
or aigiii sun ngai.i.-t 1110 .tiarsnai lor ilnnmces.
In view ot these lads, llriglit inquires, 111 bedall
of tit" .Marshal, first, vvheihcr the case can l.e trttits-
Ici rod Iron, tho courts ol tdc State i f Indiana te
tltostt of tdn I'nite I Slates ; nnd, second, wlietde.
the Marshal may bo uulliorized to employ counsel
in his del'enco at the charge uf the I'niicd States.
, lu regard lo the first point, says iho Attorney
General, 1 nut of opinion that, bold parlies being
isting prov ision of law by which the caso can be
removed to the courts or tho l' .tiled Stales ; and 1
do not think it rxoedient in thi case, at least in
tho present M:.g o'f it, to suggest any other possi-
hh, ......I., of l,.r.N.,ff it lH.fi. . I... e,.m-t. .L 1:
inhabitants ol tho Mate ol lmliana, there i no ex
Slate.--. It may, of courso, he nuide tlio subject of
ate.--. It may, ot'eourso, he nuide Iho subject of
As to tlie second point, I nm of opinion that it
mid l.e proper for the President to authorize tdc
employment of counsel nt the pul lie chtuge.for the
1 .r.t.- l ..... '
leit'i.se 01 tow .uu.Biiiu.
The Attorney General tdinks the Marshal ought
to be sustained aeitinsl 01-
ed Hgninsl organized combination to
delcat Ide execution of Ide laws, and recommends
I hit t the Marshals be uulliorized, iu citscs nllettiiig
the tiuhlio wulfare. to secure couuscl, Ac, nt the
Ono of our exchanges head tho above " A Mar
shal in trundle" We don 't sec nny troublo nbout
it with such backers. Ho undertook the job for
pay, and this will only iuciease the uinoii.it besides
giving him an unexpected notoriety. Tho Forest
City Democrat fays well of tbecase;
Now just suppose Freeman to have been an Irish
man or German, or just apply the principle forced
in hi case, to nny Saxon 01. our soil, or oil' our soil
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. .... nimt no...-. ........... ...j ..-., ,
will sacrifice every thing. This caso show
u, . . , ? ... .. . . , ..
damnublo servility. Will the country sustain it?
For rct.ie.nl.er, what Attorney General Cushing de
clares about it, the President endorses.
tnui mat in Juno la-t. neasint l.l:igt.,ii, .. Jl.s.V'
WOMEN IN THE PRINTING OFFICE.
Tdo women aro steadily marching forward to'
sh-iro with the men tho labor and profit of the
printing ollice. Eventually, to n great extent, they
will no doubt monopolize tho compositor' depurt-1
t. Tho Pittsburgh Dispatch, which three1
month ago, commenced oinploying tlioni, report
Unit it work well, better than they anticipated.
tl.e girl learned with unusual rapidity do'
tdeir work well and are well pleased with tho
business. Another result has boon, Ut nuiko tde
office more lidy, ouuifortablo nud pleasant.
The office of tho Now York Day Uuok, da been
cinvertod into a scluiol for teaching tirl tu set
typo. Coward of thirty have already received
instr.iet.on, and otl.er aro admilled a, fust a
s.luatiui are procured for Idoso already iniliuted
. . 1 '.: J v ,I,Mmlru-
M'verni Mtices on
lh. Western Itcerve, employ
THE CHURCH AND SLAVERY.
Our pnper to-lay contains a numbor of facta in-
.i:...: i, .I..L..I ........ . r .i. ..i i. ..r
UIVIIUHU lim nuBVII t.VUSU VI I'HJ IIUIIMI UI ,l,,a
county c subject of slavery., have coHcet
a variety of others, cspreltilly rclalivc lo the New
School I'lesbytoiiiui Church. Several Prestiytc-
ries hftvo acted In reference to the proposed iminir-!
ii 1 1 . I
,,. of the lat.t General Assembly Ihejr take th.i
actual "finality" ground of the Itullimoie r'"1'1
forms. They say mi agitation no discussion
The New School l'lcsbytcriuu platform, therefore,
juslly ranks a.ong side of the whig and democratic
phitlorms, in pnrposo and measures. Vicnking c n
this subject, the Free Presbyterian lias the follow.
ing just remarks. The rapid growth of slavery in
the church sinco tho division, shows, as do all oth
er similar fn'ts, that no compromise should be made
with this wickedness no toleration no quarter
given to it. Says the Presbyterian :
A..t!H.lavcry men and women, remaining in that
iii tiitesccnec in this decision and to perctunl (el
low ship wild slnveboUlc. s ; or to bo frowned upon
as fiinntiinl, iinicrtineut ocitators, should they
mnko any further eflor-s to " pnrgo out the old!
leaven" of oppression. Will they berenltcr lie si
lent, nnd quietly permit their chiirth to bo trant-j
furred to the control of the slaveholders? Time.
that settles all things, will te
And is this " 1I10 e- delusion of the w hole mat
ter" in regard to the N. .S. Presbyterian church?
What a sad failure of all tho high hones that were
once entertained of tlmt body. At the time of the
separation between the New nnd Old School, and
.1 .. r 11 . . . 1
.uWq .cn II v, the fullest exi.ectal.ons were enter- j
aineil that the former would soon .ree ber.elf en-L,wn
.rely from the sin of slnvehold.ng Uuy who!
had nn sympathy with what wns called Now School
thcology.wcnt w ltd that wing solely on that ground.
At first things promised well. Jt.it three small
slavel.olding Prcsl.y teries were in tlie body : nnd it
was confidently expected that they would he speed
ily brought to repentanco, or expelled. As u-unl
tho unclean spirit of slavery begged only for brief
toleration, The friends of freedom, w ere. venr by
year. Haltered with pnuni-es of a speedy ritldai.ee
Iron, the evil. In !.- 10 tlm in. Assembly .endv
ed that " slavery is an iiitrinniinlhi, .uiri'ghtcous,
and oppressive sysic.it. In ?M tho same court
pronounced slnvcliolding, with certain exception,
"an nfl'onee," according lo the definition of tlmt
term in tho l ook of deseipline. These decisons
were published over the free Slntes ns evident e of
progress. Anti-slavery christians were exhort-1
cd to bo patient and quiet, aid all would bo well.
They we!e urged to piay inn. d. say but little, nnd
do nothing. Their whole duly ns to " stand still
and sco tl.e snlvati. 11 of tl.c I rd
lint while northern christians were praying, the
slaveholders were trorking. Silenlly and insidious
ly Ide evil was strengthening itself in ll.c ehint h,
striking its roots downwind and spreading ils
about thirty riesbylerie. ni.tl over dlteen tlioiisaiid
i.raneiies unwind, i liurcli niter cliun h and nres-
...,, :.. ,i,c Stn,,., ,elo.,Lr , ,1,,., .bor.-h.
Having thus fecuredsulhcie.it power, I he 11
Power, the mask .si
thrown oft': the edict goes forth lhat all further tlis -
enssioii must lease, and Ibe rule of tl.o slavc - pow -
er be henceforth meekly ncknow ledged. The New
School Presbv lerint.N l.nip their si heme of i-liorel,
extension lo Cook after, and tl.e slate, ns l.e writhes
111 Ins agony beneath their very eyes, must look
elsewhere lor sympathy nnd dciiierahic. Oh,
" most Initio and iinpotivit Conclusion " of nnti-sla-very
etl'ort to lice t lint cLurcli from lite sin ol op
pression ! Another instructive ei iiimentnry on the
polity of remaining in a corrupt church, for the
purpose of reforming it. G.
ARGUMENT AND AN ANSWER.
...-... ...y u..M-ru.uouM.e. ul
Tlio Democrat of Detroit w ild w died our readers
aro getting to be somewhat acquainted, lias tlie fol
lowing poser for the m n-voicis, in ono of its cbu
litions against Garrison and the Garrisonian :
Tho Frco Democrats nro associated for the over
tlirow of slavery, and lie knowc it. They are much
moro opHsed to slavery than Mr. G for they dute
it bad enough to vote against it, w hile lieuV not.
Still he denounces them as pro-slavery not because
they vphold it, lor they do not, but because they
aie jriaoim 10 uie c.not nml lo I ini iioctrnment,
wined he desires to see ubolithcd. And do deems
tdc Free Dcinocrnl more dangerous lluin any oth
ers, because he thinks they ttiity yuiijy nnd uniiii
tain Ihc govei nniei.t.
To this Iho Pcrnsylvania Freciiinn replies:
Tho method of proving that the Free Democrats,
arc "much uto-o opposmi to slavery than .Mr. Gitr
risen, is ns iiinusii.g -sit is ormiiml. It .s the
' "Hit 1 1 a i-.vv: pun. i.ic lit elbus, the dctch i mciit
1 "' biclt mitt yet imuiortulizu the discovcei, and
,lstl ,,ls.,, ii,c 'i-nil, viz : that tt.odepth and strength
, r? m u'e .. ''
tdc dictates of conscieuco mid an "euliglii
1 oncd judgment.
.vitvun ni.u ru-jii n m ii- im irsii 11. n,t.
lly this uiurvcllous theory, Iho Ennlish Wdiirs
and iiio.leinto tories of '70 vtero itiucli more oppos
ed to ministerial itggic.-sion upon. lie Americun col-
ihnn weio Washing!,,!,, ide A.laiun, and
their fellow disuiiionist, lor the former stuck to the
government and volcd against extreme measurers,!
while tl.o latter cut loose from it. So the liberal
Methodist and Picsbyteriiins who cling lo those
old corrupt churches and vole in them, arc " much
,,. ., ' ,. ,,. .1,.., ...... ,1 ,, , . ' , ,
more opposed to slavery than the c-lctnns, l ice
Piesbyleriaus and other seceders who liave tlenr v-!,''",'1
cd themselves id' vott and voice in the old churches.
1,1 ''kc niniuier Iho anti-slavery Wdig nud Demo
1 ' slj' k to their old parties " are much more
uppo'cd to slavery, than the "conieouters," rep-
resented by the 1'rct Vemoerult, who Inno lost their
vole in thoso party caucuses: and would tb. Fro.
i Democrats extend their license to conscience be
Democrats extend their license to conscience be
J.l"'d swearing .0 support a slatehi.Lling Coiistitu-
!iun nnJ Govermneiit, to tlie extent of lying, per-
j1"''. ,,ll;!t or murder, us means of helping their
! cause, (hey would prove to the anointed visit n ol
tlieii MI.-hi, r., ,....., .. ..!... ..I ........ ... -
....... .-....... ,...,, ,, ,,,..1., v,,..-o. e.i..i.t-.iicoi
' anti-slavery leeling mid principle. Perhaps 1.11
ulterior design ol 11 Into articles upon Mr. G.tri-i.
; nm' associates, das becu lo leacliit readers
this large liberty front tho laws of courtesy and ve-
racity, lor are not men w ho will resort to culiiinmy
mid falsehood, nud play the blackguard iu their
anti-slat cry work, 'inucli more opposed to slavery
than thoso nho will not use such menus?
: """"" mime, a subscriber, Willi pro-pay-
I ""'"t on tho "ox' yeitT- T1"it i8 to en-
c."urftis'0 u newspaper editor. Tho oxterual of tdo
'"l'c wvt 111 ""' 118 pfmising a some utlior. but
! you "'""J'" t?ut 'inetliing spicy. Ym will
j gUt 0'l"ivulullt tut ''mr money. Send it on.
To the friendt of The Aurora :Vur riil.li.iiiiir
If thore ho an embodiment of industry, perse
verance, nnd heroic fidelity to hi own convictions,
it i to bo found in John Front, of the bravo little
Aurora. Mr. Frost is a tenipcranee nnd an Anti-
! Slavery man fron. principle, and therefore hn is
. . :. .
one in earnest. J-iko ull older lailliful men. ho
! sttcceoti in making himself obnoxiou to nw
ie nuu pro-smvery men. (.me ol tde rorn.er, it
scents, das prosecuted Mr. Frost for tdo exposure
ofhisyillain.es. Mr. F. give the following ac-
count of tho .natter.
Now that thi ott.rt is inado to crush the Aun.ru
uarr.is u cmiur, lot tl.o iriend of temperance
n.....v 'Him iiiinuit ,11 ono 01 our notr'eri' kiiii,i.i-.
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Mlllnr L ... .1.. ... a:.. n".( 1 .
tuuui until, 1 nave i.een soli-1
j opportunity fr doing so; but iu spite of their la-
U Aarutn ""!' amf Wi. to I...W
et.iiiiiiiiniiv. . . i.f,....o.. I,... ..ss ,.r .i.n.i "...
keeper nn'd his ullies. Jf liqiutclling cause
rof lrjy, or even uuird-r, .hi" paper will ox
aH!.7t!nu'rC'nj,T1l'1'r-;""'''? ""J "J"1
a suit ut law. 11,., 1 take it, i but another effort
to put down tliis paper, lt da been a pet object
of the liquor-sellers uud llioir friends, for your, to
tliis etui, nud tlw.v In.t s,.. ..!. ... ...
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wn, ,,rov(, n court on yesterday before large
iiumlier of our ciliiens, cures for or is sensitive
'"' " ' ' maf bo p-woil'lo that ho U so, but
to me It dont look phvusible. 1 he jury, I believe,
y" heT hJcMj rm.fllV0, e ,,cir duty,
when they awarded to the pliiintiif the miiKiiificeiii
Uum of firenty Jiee dMtrt ! after claiming thrtn
presence nna lanors ot many eloquent cmi.nn.ons 01
irce,l.,m. the meeting .....V be instru...e!.t,.l in
1(.;lilv tll0 Aiiti-Slavery Sentiment of tb
,,- ftll,' m. Icing the day when L'.IhW -hall
pose It to tlio world, and brawl the murderer with
tho stiama he so richly merits. 1 can not think it
was for Ion of thararlcr that I am thus hnrafsca
and nnnnsed : no! it socuii to mo but tuirt ot a
' u,e 'InUr
j, ivnii'iiotii-o lir nn nvPcnl All I have to nay
I dont want to be in the law business.
a.,7! n n.. ... llmln f-n,-U hftlfll
StcoNh Prr.vnr Mi.tixo or m AMrntc vt Anti'
.St.AVt.iY Socirtv. This important meeting will be
field 'in l'hilndeliiliin. on Kn.urdnv. Siindnv ftnd
j,,jm, T ia 4tll nm, 5th or ja,,. M
trust that such of the friends of the slave as can,'
will by all means attend. We republish the clos
ing paragraph of the call:
In accordance with (he Vote of the Society at Its
last Annual Meeting, we hereby invito its members
nnd friends to assemble in .Sanson. Strict Hall
Philadelphia, on Saturday, Sunday and Monday,'
the lid, -tilt and 5th. to celebrate' the Twentieth
Anniversary of its Formation. The meeting will
open on the first day nbovc named at 10 o'clock, A.
.M. Wc hope to see a representation of friends of
the cause from every free State, nnd tha', by the-
presence nnd labors ot many eloquent clui.np.ons 01
be proclaimed throughout all the land uuto all the
...linn limits thereof. r.t
JJv order of the Kxeculive Committee. .
WM. I.I.OYI) (JAHUISOX,
F.I. MIND Ql'INCV, 1 r- a .
S,..N.y Ii! Cvv, ) 'r' '"nrif.
Wtsnri.L Piiillis, l,W. Snirlan.
: 'urrisni. w in i.eing oppo-cu to me marriage lie,
The proposition das been agitated in F.tiglaud, la
bold a World's Ami-Slavery Convention next year.
At a recent conference o( tlie friends held in Lnii-
lo.i, it was .esolvcl to postpone the Contention till
iW5 ,v,r nilti,or .KM Congress is to be held in
,, . , ... . . 1.1.!.
A F"''"''V conference ...-regard to it is
,0 1,0 I"'''1 iu M:l" A letter in the eslcyan
from w hich wo learn these facts, adds, in regard to
the meeting at which these resolution were adopt
ed: Tl.o Key. Francis llishop, of Liverpool vcho vis
ited tl.e I luted Mulct si me time ago, made an ex-
I than will I. there cannot bo uttered R more
l"' """ "r. .smi
, n w-ell meriled correct. on lo that literary savage,
,ll0 ,r- Condcr. nn eminent I1.1lepentlc.it minis,
,tr. "n ,l,l rnri ,,f dciiomiiiiniou repu.lialed the
course ol the Jlritmt llnmitr, nml clinracterixetl it
I llH "n disgraceful paper.
iVIlogelder Ide nieeliiig was n very gratifying
on , and retlncted much credit on the aide Secretary
of ll.c llritish ami Foreign Anti-Slavery Society,
I trust that if the Convention is held, it will te
formed on tlie broadest nud most liberal basis.
WORLD'S CONVENTION. F. W. CHESSON.
Furr. LtiioBiR.H wantkd at Tiir. Soitii. It is
slated that there i soon 10 l.e established at Nor
folk. Yn., on nn extended scale, a house fur the re
ception of emigrant from Lurope, forlhe purpose
of supplying tlie demand fortius description of la
bor 111 tlie interior ol t irgiuia and INorlh Lorolina.
Let Carolina and Virginia abolish slavery, and
their present laborers will do double work,: Their
overseer can go to drivingoxen instead of men and
women to holding tho plow instead of Iho cat o"
nine tails, emigrant will flock in by thousand
without nny rpecinl tfl'orls therefor. If they want
emigrant ut "a large scale," abolition will Lring
llicni. It y ti e w ay, tl.e hut paragraph of news we
copied states that a number of laborer ltnd just
been shipped to Africa. Nalito Virginian they
were, and now tdeso same Stale ore bringing in
laborers from Lurope. That is sluvcholdi.ig politi
cal ccniit. mv.
The Emancipation of Science, an Address delivered
before the Columbiana Co. Teachers' Associatiation;
by J. Dolson Cox, at Salem, Ohio, Oct. 26,
1853, John Hudson, Publisher.
Six-Penny Savings Hank. Sue).. 1 the tyle of
" institution iu New York, designed for tho bone
men "I" the poor. Cdildreu und women are lurgoly
depositors. Tlio doposiles are of yariou nuiountu,
j from sixpenco upwind. A iliiyorily of 'tlio depos
That ! ilur" ",'0 ft'urtwa year of ago.' One fifth
Till M.mioxi.xo IftKE Diimocrat. Mr. CuIIaton
j has retired from tdc F.ditorsdip of this paper, and
is succeeded by Mr. D. S. Elliott. The Ex-editor
' 1 .1 .".1 . .1 .1
icomphu.is ihnt the winter has not been us we 1 u-
. , , , , , ,
lu"t "'"""d hiuo been. Tliero aro tree
Ooiko Backwaru.-TIio Ohcrllu Evangelist le
. , , , ... b ..
P" " U" l'r'5um(", hwh j""1'" l" co-oporution
''elh.wship with pro-slavery associations. Here
uccoiunlisli i,.r,,rA ri!,A..li.i i,if1i,..t.A l,. l.n,. .,.,. r
This pamphlet is now out and ready. The ad-
1 dres was received with unusual favor, by all who
! listened to it, and wn published by request of the
iTeacliers of the Association. Wc .hall publish
some it-marks in regard to it, by a correspondent,
next week. It is a neat, well printed pamphlet of
. ' I'!'oc-
' Democrats enough in Mahoning lo give a paper
1 healthful, living support. Wc hope Mr. Elliott mny
' le mol e flirtumilc ,)mll .iceessor.
r, t 1 : ,1 r
0,1,0 Temi-eiiame Advocatb is tho name of
- ' paper printed nl Columbus. It is a continuation of
1 paper printed nl Columbus. Il
tdo Muine Law Advocate, vvlii
w hich w us a campaign-
Tux FiiM.roitT Stamuiiu, aFreesoil pnper of 111.,
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, "l" uu" ",r " "urt'""-
v.. . . ... . . ...
ineneenieut of tho new ycnr.by four additional col-
Tur Iow.v Fkee Democrat, 1. Ftcosoil paper pub.
lished at Mount Pleasant, Iowa, has ulso boon en
larged and quito improved in il appearance.
The second No. of the Little Pilgrim I out.
A marriage ceremony wag performed in Itoches
tcr, N. Y., on the 15lh int., by Itev, Antoinette L,
llrown. The partie were Delou Alton and Kllta
A new precedent. Who can shovy
uny roasou why it should not bo followed?
- Dr. W. II. Bisuani, of Cincinnati, i about I
remov 0 to Wisconsin. Dr. Urisbane is nn earnest,
faithful, catholic worker. Cincinnati and Ohio can
pom.ly Hmu,0 ,lm But 0lr hm bo yincon.
sin' gain. The slave will always and everywhere
: command hi labor.
"i .. 1 .... 1 .
ure coioreu person. . .
ration. Tde Evangelist' argument drive right
iuto lB v!0 iw..lan F Chh ?nlt
; . n- 1 1 1 .t.- t ..
I rcn . Mission movement. e 6dould think lb
Southern Aid -S,-iety would doriv'e eoniforl from id