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: : k VOfi. V. KO.31. WHOLIi NO. 2. I'rom 'Aon's lltrald. METIIOD1ST GENI'RAL CONFER ENCE. Ciiicinnali, April 29, 1830. Ilrothcr Kingsbury Wo aro now in Cincinnati, thc fhr fanied quocn oftho west. Tbis is indccd a bcautifiil city. It may pcr hnps bo vcry propcily tcrmcd a sccond l'biladcipbia. In tlio form of its strcets, and in its wcll ndjustcd proportitins, itmoro nearly rcscmbles tbat tbnn any city I know of; liiough in point of taste, ncatiicsa elo gaticc aml boauty, it certainly falls tnueh bclow Philadelpliia. And so indccd do all oiir cities. In thcsc respccts, Philadchihia rutist hnvo tlic pnhn! Tlio quecii ot tlio West, miist howcvcr, in timo, equal tlic quccn of Ameriea! Comparativcly, shc is liut oi ycsteriiny. iier growth lias Ijccn rapid, nnd lier prospcrity alinost unextun pli'd. On Monday, tlic 18tli instant, wc nttend cd, at tl o'oloik P. M. in tlio Uroudwny IIall,Now York,tho first Atiniversnry of tlic "New York Wesleynii Socicty." It vas cry rainy, and ofconrsc tlio Congrcgation was not larjj'o. 'J'lio niceting was opuncd liy tlic I'rcsidunt, llcv. G. Storrs. Rcv. J. A. Mcrrill was tbcn called to tlic cliair. I Tlio oxcrcises wcro intcrcsting and iinprcs-! sivc. 1'ravcr was nlTbrcd by tlio Rcv. S. 1 Kclley of Newbury, Vormout, aftcr wbicli, ) by voto of tlic Socicty, tlic Jlcv. O. Scott, ' was rciiuotcd to road tlio Aiinual Report. I A n .. ' .1! I. l I...! '. 0 lerod, a.id addresscs wcro ma.lc l,y tlio Rcv. Mram. fo. ISorr.s, G. fcton-s O. Scott ' i ' i-'i P"; ,y ,"cct,l,,".,l,r,n ;edgod ilsclfancw to tlic suppott ot ,on' - Watc iuian, aftcr wb.cli tho oxcrcises wcro closed. Sevcral clergv.ncn wcro .rcscnt, aninng w lom was our liig . y cstcenied Intlier in tl.o gospol, Rcv. 1 . Memtt. 1 l.e cxncises ofourMu-sionary incutinjr in bo lM.rsytb sticet rl, ircb, con.mcnci'.l at l.al! iwHt snvcn o r.lock tlio sau.c cvoi.ii.g. 1 l,c ex trac s Irom tl.o Anmial Jtopurt, ivad bv G. T. Disosway, l'.sii. wcro I'liecrni"'. Rcy.Risl.op Andrcw, Wm. A. Sn.iib, I)r Skinner, nnd P. Ilodgson, tbcn addrcssed tlio meeting m a vury lccling and appro printo manncr. Contintianco was tlio only liiult of tlio meeting. Tlio excrciscs wcro not closcd till ncarly',11 o'clock! Andeven then, ono wlio was "appo'uited to speak, tlic Itev. .1. Kennuday, said notliing for want oftime. Tlic great Iengtli ol our ."uiasion- ary iiicetings is ccrtainly an nvil. Tliis i musl bo renicdicd. At New York, ncarly balf tlio congrcgation wcnt away beforc tlio excrciscs werc closcd. Wo lcft New York onTuesday tlic lOili, riiiladelpbia, on tlio morning of tlio SOtli. Wo d'd not, howcvcr, icai b I'iltsburg bo foro tlio following Sabbatli us wo intendi'd; nor until 11 o'clock on Monday night. Wo crosscd tlio Allcghnny n.nuiitains in tlio railroad cars, asccnding tbcm by fivo in cliti 'd )lancs, by tncans of btationary cn jliues, and dcsccuding in tlic Ramc inauucr. Tliis proccss proscuts tlic travi'llor witli a Rccucry, in point of graudctir and siililiini ty, which upproaclics tlio tcrrifir ! In de sccnding tlio mountains wo pnsscd tlirouh a higli hill in a ttinucl, cut ihrough a solid rock adistiuico ofihj-Juur rods; and, iu tlio caniil bctwceu tlio inoiintain and I'itts burg. wc passed thrcugli a fiuiilar tunncl I'l-Jire rods in lcngth ! Thcro arc, be tweeu iho Alli'ghnny inountiiins and 1'ilts burgh, Himolitiy salt tnauuluclories, wboio salt is uiuilo in grcal abundancc,froni wateis obiaiued by boring. A vrry scrioiis accidcnt occ.iirred'as wc wcro asccnding ouo of lliu iuclincd p'anes, iu cros-fing tlio niountains. A gentlenian from llartfoid, Coiiuocticut, startcd licforc tlio cars on foot, and iui-tcad of taking tlio sido patb, bo iniprudcntly walkcd bctwecn tlio rails, iiiU'iidilig probably to ntrp asido lioforo Iho cars cn..ie up witli thcin; bui thougli hc wa-s callcil toby nevcral persons wbo hlood near liim, ho was a moniciit too lato! .Iu.st as ho was turuiug to look bc liiud liim, ouo oftho rars'struck him, kiiockcd him down, and passed ovcr his lcgs -brcaUiug and inangliug tbcm iu u mo!-t shoi'.king maiiuer; unil otherwi-o in iuriiii' liim. I licard from him twcnty four hniiia aftcr tlio accidcnt; hu wasthcu alive, but it was tliought that lio would not re cover. From 1'itlf.lmrgli, iu tlio nto:imboat Pliil ndeli'hin, wo had a inost ilelighllul run down tho bcautifiil Ohio, to tbis placc, whcro wc arrivcd ycsteniay, at .') o'clock, I'. M. in cnmpany witli about thirty fivo of tho dclcgatcs. Tho subiccts of slavory, abolition, &c. bas bccn discusscd nioro or lcs amiing tho delcgates, ncaily all tho way fiom rluladcl - pliia to Cincinunti. Soon allcr lakiug tho cnunl hoiit at Coltimbin, ihis discussioii comineliced in nll parls of tho boat, abovc, bclow, foro nnd all. Wo had on board iwo hlavcholdcrH, onc of llieui a dclcgato from tho Georgia Gonfcrcncc, and tho othcr n Mr Moorc of Naslnille, Teniicsse,!, ouo nf tho commitico of vigilancc, who acled us jury for Judgo Lyucli, in tho caso of Amos Drcsscr. Rcv. Ilshoii Audiow, I)r llangs, II. Waugh, C. Siuclair, aml N. I.oviucs look tho lead on ono s'ulc, and Rcv. .1. A. Mcrrill, J. F. Adnins, O. Scott, (J. Storrs, S. Kellov. and others, ou thc othcr h'iiIc. Thc discussioii oxcitcd considern'ilo iiitercsl,aud thcro iipneaied iiinong tho passcngcrs u dc - siro to lionr auu lliat tucy iiiigui ncnr, brother Seoit proiosed to sonio oftho New York dcloj-atcs to collcct tho iiasscngcrs m thc gcntleuicu's cabin, uopoitit a chiiiriiiau, nnd cbooso twn on eacli b'kIc, and tbnn speak sd niaiiy minutcH cach, liut lUU proposition was not accepted, so tho dis h'ioii went nn ns boforc. ilrotbcr Siuclair stntcd that "slavcry wus sanctioncd by tho gospel ; that thcro was no f'ui in boldiug and trcnting iho liuinan BpucieHiis propnrty; ihnt the bringing tho negrocH from Africu lo tliis country was nn nct of mercy, fcc. MrMnorc (Uifclidcd tlio doiligaof tlio Nnsh villt) committeo in tlio euso of Drcssor, tuul Lynch lnvvin goneral, llo said that"right or wrnng, with law or withntit it, tlio South wcrc dctermined that llicsc fuiialics should tint go uupunishcd if ibund williin thcir bordors." liut in coming down tlic Ohio, from Piltshurgh to Ciucinuati, wo liad u sccno 011 tlio snhject of slavory, from real lije. About 170 milcs nbovo this city, wc touch cd tit n pliicoin Virginin, called 'Point Plca sant.' (Thoiigh, niit vcry 'plensanl' 10 1,8 1 nssurc you.) Urre wcro raiigcd on tlio liank of t o nvciWt'ffWccn stuvcs bonndfur the South West. ' This wns a tntc picturc. 'J'lioy wcro of diflorent agcs, from tlio in fant'nfsix montlis to tlio liian of thirty vcars. And tliov wcro of all colors, from ! tlio jet black to the sandy comploxion. ! Thcir rffcct.i nppcured to cousist ol'u fow ! old liuts iiiiil kcttles, togctlicr witli a fr-w bundles tied up in old hlankcts Thoir I dress wns vory coarse, liut suflicicnt to ! covor tlicir imkedncss. About tlio iniddlo ', of tlio I'lieiioon, tlio tiext day aftcr thcso human caltle wcro admittod on board, (for i you nitit nnderstnnd that thc owncrs of I thoso goods and chntllcs wcro prescnt, and I took pasngo witli us) tlioy woro icd witli j a fow bmies, lomnnnts of nieat, and crusts I of bread, wliioli romainod nllor all tbe pns scngors and working ineu liiul cntcn, and bnt a sniall ullowanco oven ol thcso. Wo loarned I'rom tlio owners of llicsc I J , , , , ,,,,. ,,,a bcl,n, , Tle n Matt,, tlllt lcy WPro , t0 lll.c South will.tl.e.ii, and M.ould let tire.n ; fo,. aml ,,' IM!rlll))S ocal(! lom. i 8P1Vm raiuowlirro in tlic Soutb, aml rm- , , , , , , lIntnli01M1. It is , ,lowovor tllnt ,lluy W(,rc ,esigncd . , N Orltnns, or solno otl.cr Sutilli- cr1 ln.ir,.rt nm, th-Mvll!i tlu npinion ofall llu (Iu J M) far M , ,,,, i;nrn. Ti)is ! inslalK.(!r,,r,1'lvri.v in rm lif,., WM ,,!(.,.ived , , Il,,u1,io18W nm umiholitionHu., i ..T:.i i ....i: i -i i tboir .. ,,. ,, ,.n1ll ' rv.,.,i ition witli thcso slavcholdcrs of considcrablo lcngth, tho substancoof which I will givcyou in a futuro communication. Tlic delcgates havc mnstly arrivcd, and our Coiiforvnro is to comuiencc its Fcssion on Monday iiioruing. I shall cndcavor to givo you wcckly, an abstract ofall impor tant (nattcrs conncctcd with our delibera tioiu. Ynius, Oni. or tiie Drr.ntiATES. 1I0N. FRANC1S GRANGI2R. A Washington corroFpondent oftho New York Trans-cript, undcr dato of April, says, Tlm ifalk'rics oftho two Ilouscs of Con- i cress aro duilv ciowdcd wilb ladics nnd tho largcr tho numbcr tho nioro intercstiiig tlio (lebatc. Tbe ladics soon select favorilcs a mong tbe iiicnilicrs ; and thus far tho llon. Francis Orange.' has hadamajoi ity of tlicir suflragof. Mr. ('raugcr is what may bo liulv called a Fplcndid niim, as Alrs. (Jriuidy would say, "tho ninro'n tln sbamc for him." 'I'lio Ilon. FratR'is Griiiii.'er,as vnu know ii n cniidiclate for tlic Vico I'rcsidcncy of tho I 'nitcd Stales Whether ho will oiitrun old TeciinisLh or not, isa (piestion that ro niains to bc dccided. As to tho fact of tho issue 1 catti nothing; but let mo tcll you, tli.it if Mr HrniiL'or cotild bo clected by tho pctlicoats, bc would havcninc teutlis oftho Mitl'ragcs oftho I'nion. Uo isa mau oftho nmit I'nsi'iiiiii'iiiL' iiiamiers & addrcss, and of II otl.ers in Cmigref.s, is bcst calculated to iiii uuius wpi i ; wm tho approbatiou oi tlic lailies. As :i niililic Mieaker. .Mr. GraiiL'er is elo- ipieut, inipasMoncd and &iiccrssl'ul. ll docs not often partieipato in tho dcbates of ,,,,,1 ;m,d,ai,o,Ab;n,t)vomo,uhs !': .': ' ; m. no o war, whu'ii I think was ouo oftho ino.st el rmuent ifl'oits 1 ovcr listeiicd to. It was pcrfcetly impromplu, called outhy tho occa siou, and ullcrcd imdcr tho iutlucncc of strong pas-Mon. I can only report a fow lines ol it, which run thus "Sir, bow aro wc situated in relatinn to tlus tionler warlari Sir. it lltis 11,'OL'l'esseti WCek lltter WCek, llllll moiilh allcr inouth, until U has asumcd all tho horros ofaHiiigu'uiary coutcst ior blood, nnd yct wo havo not licard ouo word from tlm nnmcr iiuailer ouo svllalilc lll relatioil to nieaiis to suspuiiil its forco to nliato its ( iijinninates his own truo sjihcro. Uo rcsists rigor. All, sir hus bccn ns bilent as tho cat- , tuiiiptiilion not withont a strugglo, for that acoinb; uo onc bas Mopped lorlhto assiuno ;s m,t v'utuc, but ho docs resist and cnii. its ioponsibility-it bas proprcsscd till thc ,meis. ,0 hcars thc sarcnsnn of tho profli flowerof your chivaliy hiu bccn laid lovy, ,,,(. Uj jt Bl-ini,g j,jm for tlml js tU Unjt 1 niul tho shrdl war cry ol tho bcnnnoio is j only oqitallctl iu tcrior uy tlio upiuicii iom- .anaWK as iuey giuiur iu uiu euiM" " 'hn of tho hcads of thcir viclims. 1 had not iutciidcd to say ouo word on this subject, but nstbo challengo bns bcen given iv tlnt fmiileiiinii froni New York, I .should bo reckTcss in duty to God and my cotinlry,if .... ! -i .... i.i ..c:., I willlUCKl tlio uucraiico oi iiii: luiru "i m dignant abliorrencc." Tho bill wm iustantly passed to n tlnrd reailing, nnd tho nnxt hour fouiid nniong tbc registcred laws of iho laiid. Wilb tho polilics of .Mr Graiurcr l havo notliing lo do. I do not know what thoy aro. I spcak nf him as u tiiau. aud as a mau, I do uot 1 hcsilnto to say tbat hnjs capablo of iin- parlll.g liouor io nny iuiicij uu ninj lo fill. Ilcre, ho is uuivcrsally pojiularas a rniitli.iiviin aud a l(!L':Hliilnr : nnd It can bo iustlv said, thnt ho posscsscs tho i.n'ections llllll ICgllHl 'II KUIIUUIlllill Ul llll Hllllv.n, U in thn ciiinvnicnt nf tho nrivato frioinlship of hundrcils who will, honcstly, uo doubt, nn1n II viifOl'OIIS cfT'ort to dcstrov his noliti- cial fortunrs. I (lay this inerited tributo of rcspect to .Mr. lirangcr witliout uemg ia-t.ni-iwl witli his acnua'uitancc. and I do nn, iliink that nnv man will accuso mc of injustico. From tlic Onlario Frccmun. OI'TICH IIUNTKKS. .Mr. Bdilor : I havojustriseii from read ing tlio 'Oldllaohclor.'by tho lato Williatn Wirt, and J must say that I havo nover rcad n book that pleascd mo inorc. It U n tiiixtuio ofovcry tliing 'from gmvc to gay from sobcr to hovcrc,' all togctlicr. Jfut tho jinssago that pleascd mo most, was tho following, takcn from volmno 1st, No. xiv. Ncvcr was thcro a trucr picttiio of an ollico scekcr ilrawn. 'It isaintisingti) obscrvc, at what a dis-, tancc ouo of theso huutcrs of ollico will wind his prcy ; nnd how tho first taintcil brcczo that salutcs his scnsc will guo tlic alai'intoall his facultics; sct his hrnin on work: how ho will discern ntouo glancc, that stich an appoiutmeiit will crcato siicb avncancy; which fdlcd by a particular charactcr, will crcato such annthcr, nnd uo on ; until by n serics of micccss'ivc promo tions or chaiiges, tbodilaut post is vacatcd on which his lieart is sct. And thcn with what indcfatigiblo industry will hc labor at his purposc! According to tho morality of such a gciitlciiian, it is hy no nicaiiH an impnrtaiit inquiry, whether tlic charactcrs whoso promotion is to niako way for him, ho worlhy of that promotion ; whether thcy bc tho hest that could bc selccted for tlic servico of tlic country it is Filflicicnt for him to know, that tboy aro tho bcst that could bc selccted for his good ; as to the good of tho peoplo tbnt is n uiinor consid atiou, and comparativcly, of little accouiit. As it would not do for him, howover, to avow tho real motlvcs of his conduct, tho churaotors who stand in his way aro innnc diately trickcd nfl' iu a I tho fcathcrs niul jcwclry of paucgyric, aml soareolv recog nizo theirown imiige, again, as reflcctcdby thciruiiknnwnand iinlnokcd for cncomiast. lutho iiicau timc, with what paticnt and icr.seveiing assiduity will tho oflicc liuntcr study tho huiunrs nnd wliims of thoso on whom tlic gift of tho ollico depcnds; and with what adroit and dcxterous versatility, will bc iulr.pt bimsclf to tbcm. Has ho herctoforc comuiittcd himscll'by advancing a corrcct, but an obnoxious opiuioii ? llo will support it no longcr, howcvcr loiully tho occabion may call for it ; and thus nrt f'nl as ho may bc wbcn hc spoaks, his vcry silcncc, too, bccomcs art and cloqiicncc. Or is ho drawn out by ncoinptilsion which ho docs not think it prtidcut to rois-t? IIc prtines nnd pares down his fbrmcropinion, until hc finds that it flts tho popular stanil ard ; or if'tbo emcrgoucy hc piossing, and his charactcr a bold oiie, ho opcnly retinun ccs and rcpudiatcs it altogcthcr, and undcr tho assunicd sanction of tlio pcnple'rt wjl', cnibiaccs its conversc and advocatesit witli all his ciierjjies. With onoof thescndcpts thercis untbiug, howcvcr npparcntly cnrelesp, tbntis (louo iu vain. Thcro is no bow, no smilc, no fii niiliar inquiry that is llirown away. Ac cording to tho rant phrase, 'ovory thing tells.' And as it was .said of Aloxander l'opc, that ho liardly drnnk his ttit tcillioul aslmtngem so it may bo truly said ofono ol'tho.-o inlrigiiers foroflice, that cvory glass i,f wiuo bo drinks, is a snaro for tho gt.-n-tleinan of whom ho bcgs tlic liouor to join him. Thcro is uo op'mioti that such an ouc advnnces or repicsses, no man that ho ccn sures or praises, no disscuting Khakc of the hcnd, no exprcssion of countenancp, no stcp that bo tnkcs eillipr in convcrsation or con duct, but what 'louches sonio whccl, or vcrges to sonic goal,' conncctcd with tho ! 8t allinr ot rcii. nuta a.i ichaiii o causes and conseiim .. ...;n i. r,-, ,i ... rent allinr ot scll. liat an innncuso , link nfler link, will hc forgo nnd put togctlicr, inordcrto grapplo tho rcinotc pnzc, nnd bring it williin his roach! Ilow will hc andplot.behindplot, 'i-"t.purpose. Sooncr orlaler howcvc,-, it will bo dctccted ; nnd onccdetcctcd I nmii is gouc forcver I' ) I think that would apply to soino of our politiciiins now-a-days vcry wcll. TO YOUNG MHN. Thcro is no uioral objcct so bcautifiil to mo as a conscicnliuus youiig mau ! 1 watch I I,:,,, nu T .In n vlnr in thn I.imiv..iw i-lnniU . nIly , ,rro liim, but wc know that his i(lt is i,c,m, tu.m, m,il wm hcani ngnin; , i,.0 ofolher's prospcrity may ouf-hino i,tn. , mt u,i lciuiw thnt tliniili uukci.ii lin virtue ,,,,,1 10 ,03 t, wound with his uwn nuro toucli. Uo hccds not tho watch word ot liisluou, il it lcads to sui ; tlic atho- tst wlio Fays not onlv with his hcart hut with his lips, "thcro is uo God," controls him not, for hc secs tho hand of n ereating God niul ho rcvcrencos it, of n prescrving (jiul and rcjoiccs iu it. Woman is bhellcr ed by fuud arms aud guided by Inviug couuscl, old ugo is protectcd by oxpcrii'licc, aml manhooii liy its streugtli ; liut tlio ynung uian stamls auiidst tl.o teniptations ot thc woriil l.uo a fiii-iialanccil towcr. Uiiiiiiy bo who L'a'uis iho iiron and sbclier ofCJhristiaiiity. Uiiwartt then, conscicnlious youth ! raiso tby btanilard aud nervo ihyself for good iicsr. If God has givcu tbco iuicllccliud jiowcr, awukeii it iu lliat rauso ; nover let it bo said of llieo; ho hclicd to rniso tho tido ol'sin by pnur'mg his iniliieuco iuto its chauucls. If thou art fccblo in mciital s'rctigib, throw uot tbat ponr drop iuto a polluted currcnt. Awakc, iuio young man! nssunio thc bcautil'ul garmcuts nf virtue ! it is easy, fcarfully casy tosiu it is diflicult to bo iiuro aud lioly. l'ut on thy Klrcngth tbcn, lot thy shivnlry bc nrouscd ngatnst crior, lot truth bo tho lady of thy Jovo do fcnd her. Southern Jiosc, Exlratl from Gcn. Ihtrrison'ls Spccch, tvhilc Govcrnor of huliann, to the Iem.iltdure of that SUdc ddiverul on the 18ft ot .4w ' gust, 1807. " I shotild fail to do justir.o to my fcclings, nnd pcrhnps disapioint yotir oxpectiuionts, geutlciiicii, should I ucglcct on tbis occa s.on, to tncntion n subject which has grcat ly agitatcd our country, and called f'orth tho warmcst cxprcssious of patriotic nrdor from ovcry clnss of its citicns. "Tho Unitod Statcs. truc to tho ininci- Silcswliicli ought to prcvail in cvcry Rc wrfH prefi;rring happiucss to spleudor, aiM safcty to glory, havo cndcavorcd to ulistract tlieiusclvcs Irom tlio cutaugling polilics of ICurope, and, by obscrving tlic most peifect ncutrality to kcep clcur of thosc bloody wnrs, which hao fo long dcsolntcd tho fincst (niailcr of tho "lohc. Tho justicoatid iinpartudity of'hcr conduct towards lichgcrcnts, havo not liowcvcr, hccn rcciprocatcd; and, from one of thoso powcrs, insult and iuiury havo followcd cach otber in iiuick succcssinu, auii prom- ised satisfiiction bccn nntic'niated bv lur- tlicr outragc. Thchhips of our increliaiits, pursuing a lcgal coinnicrco upon that occau to which all havc an cqual right, havo hccn capiurcd aud plundcrcd, and tlicir meu iinpressed to scrvc a foieign ty rant, an.i slicd tlicir blood iu battles, in which thoy havo no intcrcst. For thcsc ag''ies.frions, our irovcrnincnt, witliout mili- gi.ng wu.i us pout.es inosc p ass.o.is w ...c . ag.tatc tl.o breasts of monarchs au.l which nrodiir'n Iho frpntci' niirt nl thoso wnrs produco tho grcatcr jmrt ol thoso wars wluch ovciwliclm thcir unliappy bUlijects in miscry and ruin.havodcinniidcd rcdress, nui m vn.ih stiit caic.uiat.ng, nowoycr, upo i tno oxisicncc oi a nciicr ...sposmon, , on thc part of a powcr which had iiijurcd us. lluu lasl resort, wbicli is literally a "tnal i of who can do thc othcr thc iuo-t harm,'' i wns dcj'rccatcd by tho peoplo as woll as by j the Govorninent; and, so loug as tlicio rcmaiiicd tho most distaut hopo of an aini-, cablo adjustment, argiinicnt aud ncgocin tion werc tliought prelcrablo to war. Tbis delusiuu has, howcvcr, passcd away, and givcu placc o tlio opiuioii that modcratiou and (orbcarance, havo mistakcn for timidity and fenr. Somo nntions liko sonio individ uals, will not profit by thc lcssons of cxpo rienco. Great Rritaiii inight havo rcmcin bcrcd tbnt thc arms of Amcrica wcrc not palsicl by thc provious u.se of rciiiou stranccs. " A blind fiituity huiTics her on to that dcstruction which Amcrica had no wisb to acccleratc; aud, an nct of tyraiiny and injusticc. surpassingnny thing that can bo fouiid cvcn in tho bisiory of her ilcprc datiniis upon nctitrals, has convertod n usc ful fricud iuto a foc, ablo to puuish her for her multiplicd nggressions. Tho blood riscs iu my chcek, wbcn I reflcct on thc huiiiiliatiug, thc disgraccful sccno of tlic crcw of nn Anicrican ship of war, mustcr cd on its owu decks by a liritish Licuteu ant for tho purpo'-T' oi sel ctiug tho inno cent viclims of J!rili-)h tyrauuy. l!ut an act of tbis kind was perhaps nccrsary to couvinco all our lellow citi.ens, that thcy had nothing to cxpcct from liritish goucr ousity or jiisticc, wbcn tlic y wcrc opposcd to liritish intcrcsts. Tho uulicard of out ragc has madc a dccp imprcssion iqiou tho Aiucriciin miiid. Uiti.cnsof cvery iiolitieal dcnomination nro rallying aroiind tlio stan dard of iheir countrv; aud plcdging tlicir livcs aud forluncs Iu supiort of tbeir lishts. "I f-hould do inju-ticc to tho wclll known pauiotiMii of our tcrrilory, to M,ppo-o that cilher yourselvcs or yiinr coiistitueuts, gentlciucii, I'ccl lcss ou tliis intercstiiig occns'ton tliau tho rcst of your country- incn. "Wonrc, froni our s.tuation pcculiarly intcrcst, d iu the contcst which is likcly to cnsuo; for who docs not know that tho toinahawk and scalping knii'c of tho sav age nro nlwavseinploycdas thc insttumcuts of Itritish vcngeaiicc. At tbis iuoment, fellow citi.ens, as I sinrercly bclicvc, tlicir ... ...... ni...n... .... n nt . t . I k . . . .1 1 . 1 1 1 nmougst llic Indiaus williin our limits for thc purposo of assassiuation nnd niurder. Aml !(' tlii'sp. tlmlr wiirihv allics. mo not Iet looso to sliiughlcr our wonicn auu i Ji is rcauy auiusiug m n,nia iliniu chi'dren, it will no't procccd from tho hu- ity with which thcsc pluiider iatriots ehng l Ih. niul iiw.ic v iiC ii tinlifiil wlliell vnin- ! y boicts of her iittaimncuts in cvcry art ' mnl s.eicnrc " At ll.i" impotant crisis but onc scnti - incnt shdiild auniiatc t io lirenst nl cvcry truc. Aiucricau; difiegiirding cvcry pcrson al cnnsidcrnlion, ho should" think only of tho lio which binds him to his country; confiding in tho wisdoui and firmncss of his gocrnnicnt, ho should patiently wait tho hignal which calls him to iho lield. Ilow ileep thc liuniilia tion, how lasting tho disgracc, how inju riotis tothe causc of rcpuhlicanisni, should thc blood of our uiurdcicd fellow citizcin rcinain unsalislicil nr nnrevengeii. Jiut n cannot bc Aincricaus must prizo too highly Iheir dcnr boiight rights, tnincly lo surrciid t lliciu to thc proud nntion froni which thoy wcro wrcstcd. A hcniticcnt aud (li.-cr'uniiiating rrovidcnco will niako us thc nbjecls of his pcc.ulinr cari!. Auolli cr WiishiiiL.lon will aiisc to lead our ailllics to victory aud lo glory, nnd tho tyrants of tho worlil will lio tauglit Iho uscitii icssous, tliut ii uation i f fi ceuieu aro nol lo bo iiijur cd with inipunity." A .Sign. -Thrco of tho inost influcntial pnpers in Ohio, that havo snpportcd tho ndininistration of Gcn. Jacksnn, havc, withln fivo wecks, conic out for Gcn. Uar risnn for tho l'residency. Two of thcso doidnro thnt thcy havo bccn rcquired to do so by tho nlmost unaniuious dcsiro o( thcir old Jackson patrons,iind tho third snys ho ho has uot seen a Van llurcn mniisiuco tho mct'i'uiL' nf tho llarrison Convcniion at Colunihus, iu Fcbruary last.--,Voifi lliver Ttmcs, MR GEST'S LETTER. Tho following lctter wns leccivcd from MrGestin auswcr to a lettcr from the l'cnnsylvnnia AntimnsonicCoinniittcc,ask ing him whether if iu casc hc should bo clected, hc would voto for llarrison nnd Granger. I'nii.Anni.i'iiiA, .Tnn. 25, 163G. Gtnllcmen: Your lettcr to mc, datcd nt Hari'burg tbe 1 Ith iustanl, is leccivcd. In reply to your interrogation, I havo to Fay, tbnt in cnso I should he clected, 1avU1 i with pleasuro voto for William Ileniy llarrison for I'rt'sidcnt, nnd Francis Gran ger for Vico I'residonf, for which thcy liavc becii rcspectivcly jmt in iiomination ; nnd tbnt for tho following rcnsons, Ist. I wns preM'iit and ?at by wbcn my namo was plaeod on tho Electoral tifkur, nnd to bo olbcr thnn a ili'thi'ul reprcscntativo of tlic known will of my coiistituents, to which 1 was at tho timo conscuting) would bc a duplicily of wbicli I hope never to hc guilty. illy. Uu tho irinciplo ot ilcmoc-j racy I go with tho majnriiy, aud it was clcarly inaiiifcf-t that a large majority of th delcgates to thatconvcntion r favor ablo to Iho clcction of thoso gcntleincn ; henee tlicir votcs spoko tlic will of Iheir coiii-titucnts, tlic piople: for it waa obviotis from thc first votoou tbc questioti, tbnt tho reprcsentaiioii fiom Ihirty-oigbt couutics ()(-t (). ,hc fift cmnl,-osi , oll. stllt wcn ,MAeMy aVonrnlilo that iniliam rr .r. . ..i i iicnry llarrison miouiii loriuwiiu nu pm in uom'uintioii for thc I'rcsidcncy, aud tho iiamii of Francis Grane-n; for thc Vicc pi.ncv wn!)sti moro unanimous, And uiakc ,,,,,, ilmxa of lls la(1 ,,.sil.e, t0 thoso noniinations in a Convtnlinn of thc Uititcd Sttdes as being nioro cxtcudcd arouiid than n sinirlo stalc, vet nx tho ina- joriiy tliought it othcrwisc udvisahle ut thc prcscul, lor it was alrcr.dy mamtest tl, nt thoso cnndidntcs wcro not only tho choicc of tlic lM'.iiri.r. but tho int avaii.ahi.k. lutho ucxt placc, it was ohvious tbat tho dcniocratic ant'unasonic citicns of tho Gernian counties wcrc zcalously in fnvour of Geiicral llarrison for tho I'resdcncy ; aud thc wishcs and dcsircs of that portion of our houest aud iiidustrious l'clluw citi.ens ought alwnys to rccoivo our warm Mipport; for by tlioin ngriciilltiro nnd coui- mcrco llourisli, our taiucs nrc suppucil, auu tho MijirRinacy of thc luwn respccted. , Othcr delcgates cqually inerilorious, wcrc warm fricnds of thc cla'uns of othcr dis tiiiguishcd iudividunls; yct thcso iu thcir fmal vote, ripoudcd iMmniiunui'ly to thc will of tho majority in couveutioii. To auswcr you thcrcforc iu thc nflirm ativc is not only my duty but my pltasurc. Resicctt'ullv,'&c. " JOIIN GF.ST. To R. T. I.ccch aud othcr.". Committcc. NO SURl'I.US! NO SI.'Rl'LUS! Tliis is now tho inorning Hong aud cvc ning lullubv of thc l'lundcr l'atriots from Mauio to Moiida. " I'avs tho bills wc ask vnu to par.s," savs tho (Jlobc, ''and tbcrc'll uot bc a ccnt of Siirplus.'- "Wo go ior dcfcncc, not distributiou," says thc l)eiiio cratic Richmond Empiircr. "Spcnd nll thcro is iu tbc Trcnsiny," says thc iMorning I'ost; "that'.s thc prop'er wav to gct rid ol il. A short lifc aud a inerry ouc." Mr Senator Itcnton iiitroduces rcsolutions in tho cJeimtc, to ajcertain how mucb inoney can bo "got rid of ' by such aud such do liartmcnts. Mr Cainhrclc.ng in thc llouso savs that thc iiotiou of .i Sui plus is all a Whii! I.ic sot iiii for circct tbnt thcro is not a ccnt of surnlus unvcr was and nover will hc. Thc Albany Argus calls it n Fi'dcral falsehood, invcnlcd by thc lirit ish Hauk aud tho lust war traitors, to gull tho honcst republicaiis-and swcars point blauk that it is all nioon-shiuo. To buck his fricnds, rresident Jacksou, Mamps on thc floor and clcucbcs his fist, and swearrt . I' tl llll.rilll' rtlllll llllll II N IL I i 1 1 1 1 1 IZill IU 1 1 (II tbat scomulrcl tlay, nnd that so iar Irom nny surplus in iho Ticnsury, tlio Trcasury is absolutolv iu dcbt! to tho S'DOlls ol Thnt Millions of Inlinsl form too good n I'uiid to bc lightly givcu up. Wo renlly 1 bcg'n to think, howecr, that thcro is foiiic iciuiy. i nu luiuiiiu truih in tlicir story-umi wbcn wo nnd thnt tbc Jiepo.Mto liaulis caiiuot shcll out tlic iiiouics that havo hccn ciiin.Mci. io ineni thc Globc uud the I'ost will claiin thc crcd- it of uuusiial vcracity nnd exclaini with ouo voiec, "Did't wo tcll you so:" lf ibcrc is not a surplus ol Thirty-fvc .VU- Iwns, ovcr aml ahovo tlio (lcmands upon tho Trciisury, it is becnuso Sir Sccrctary Woodbtn v and Rcnbeii M. Whituoy havo loaiied it out lo iustitutious iiiul iudividunls uniiblc lo rcnay it. lloston JUlas. (0Tho Editor of thoCiucinnatiAdvcr tiscr, aii udiuinistration paper, pas tho following trihuto lo iho inlcgriiy auu pat lioiifni ol (ien. llarrison: "Gcneni llarrison wo do not only ho licvo to bc an honcst iniui. but wo know liim to bcso: his nersonal chararter w (slccin and adiuirc; ho is open,"iiiidid nnd linnent in his iiitentions; lio is no njpo ci ie: ho nrctciuls not io noiu inuri iic: mImi.IiIiii iIhi.s not nniirovc. lll orucr to I'cconiiucnd hiniself to ollico; ho spcaks lv and nvowedly. Hut no ono wbo bns tho hlightest knowlcdgo of tbc charactcr ot "cn. iinirisun ,:i,u uiuy Auwva unoii him tiicrcenarv uiotivcs. llo carcs nnthing for inoney. llo nover pro ii.rti-il nnv incasuro lor Iho purnnso o niminciliL' iiis iicKiiiuiiry imtirM. u ira 7 . f i i ; ir niiui-ovcd of. or ltromoieil nuv liuhlic iui princnicnt, it was for thc hcnclit of his counlry, not his own." Sl'RING. "Oli, how ,l;liglitr,il to Iho soul n( man, Ilow liko a rcnovating splrit cotncs, Kannini; liiaclicck, tliobroatliofinnint epring!' Nattirc is bcginuing nt lcngth to throw ofl'her snblo mautlcs, nnd ctlicrial Spring is nppcaringin its irimitivo lovclincss tho God of thc scason is breatlnng upon tlio carth nnd changing it from gloom to glory! Thcro is a lofly nnd pcculiar spirit hclong ingto tho vcrnal dcvclopcincnts of nattirc, wliich man would do wcll to imilatc. As tho harvcst in nutumu dcpcuds upon tlio "cdcoiiimittcd to thc :arth iu tho spring, bo nlso tho "chnractor of thc man depcnds upon tho priuciplcs implantcd in thc mind.s of youth in tbc spring timo of lifc. At no scason oftho yoar, do wo receivo inoro stri king lcssons of tho goodncss ofourllcav cnly Fatbcr, than wbcn tho inmtmerahle tribes of nuimatcd beings, wliich for a long timc havo laid incrt in thcir iiidiug placcs, rcsuscitalo from thcir statc of torpi clity, aud sprcad thcmsclves forth to cnjoy thc vcrnnl rnys of the sun. Thc cyo that wnndnrs ovci- tho valcs just whitcning and reddcning with flowcrs, nnd surveys tho budding woods from thc skirt oftho liioiin tain up to its sttmmit closc undcr tho sofl, bhic heaven, waving with thc new born foliagc, must ililato with tho doublo crno tions of sensc and spirit. This lofly nnd jicculinr soiitiincnt is gratitude. It is licard in the uotcs oftho feathcrcd songsters. It sounds I'ull and mclodiouR in the ronring waterfiill. It whispers iu thc wniving drn- jicry ol tno torcst. wiicrcvcr wc look, hntever wo hcnr, sight nnd soiind only iinnistcr to tlic suhliino passion ol grntitudo. Man, who feols not thc elcvatiii'r, imrifYinc infliicnccs of nn canlily spring, can ncvcr liail witli plcaniug gratituuo that tar nioro illustrious rcnovation, wbcn the winter of lcathshnll brcuk up, nudn rightcous, uisti- ficd ninrtality, shall put ou rohes of im mortalitv, when thoso oncc bright aud caiitiful, who no loii'-cr zrazo ou thc licb and iViiL'niiu scencs ihrotish wliich we aro permitted to inovc, shall uwakcn from n long, but balmy slcej) to sco more blrsscd prospccts tbnn evcr wo havc witncssed on carth, nnd to bask in onc ctcrnal spring of deligbt forcver. Ilow to rnEi'Anr. suhjccts ror. the Pr.MTr.sTiAnr. As ihostato is nioslly dc pcndeut on nircnts lor tho raw inalernil, I would suggest a fcw lliings to thoo pnrrnts 1IU llU lll Ullllft UllH lillC IUVJ, llllll WISI1 to lirenarc theirsons as cnndidntcs for I'cn- itcntiary distiiiction, which if thcy attend to, will provo siicccsstul. II vour children crv for what tbev want. ho surc and givc it to tl.cm, that thcy may hc cncouragcti to cry again. hen tl.o iu othcr Imls hcr little son to do hcr any scrviec, let tho fatbcr put thcso in his montli for auswcr "I wont." And if his inothcr undcrtakcs to corrcct him fora iault, lcl his fatbcr takc thc rod I'rom her and throw itinthofirc; this will grcatly cnulirin him iu his ri-hcllion. As soon ns boys nro Inrire ciioul'Ii, let thcm run nt lnrgo in thc strcct, sclccting thoir own company. If thcy want cnndy or toys, givo them moncy to go and huy at will, io cncourage thcir cxtrava gancc. Furnish them nlso wiht marblcs, and scnd theni out with largcr boys, that thcy may not only learn tho gaino liut nlso tho art of profanc swaring; but do not send tlicm toschool ; it is too cominiug. As thcv advanco in ycars, let thcm know tbat Sun- lay is a day intcndcl tor Etrolling, iishmsr swiinniing, and not forclmrch and Sabhath school. rscuil them to nll shows and nub- lic plnccs and public occasions, but moro cspccially to the Circiis and tlio Thcatrc. lustcail ot trnimng thcm ior lahor ntid hab'.ls of undustry, let thcm racc all day through thc inarkct liousc, aud at night go thorouuds whcrovcrincliuation lcads, sport with Mpnus, aud hnllon witliout rcstramt. It will not bo neccssary lor parcnts to bo nt the troublc of coutinuiiig tbis co.nsc long ; boys at ten or twelvo ycars of uge, undcr such training, will havo so line n stnrt ns to bc nblc to procccd witli succcss in tlio school of vicc; tnnny of them will grndunto bclore lhcy nro cightecn ; lio turncd looso ou socicty well proparcd to nct tlicir pnrtiu villnny, aml nlitaiu nn nonoialilo scat in tlio reniteutiary lielore thcy aro chgiblc tor ono iu the legirlaturc Jl'csttrn Chris. .Idrocate. NOTICE. Wantkd A fcw snruco youne Dandica to stnnd at tho Meeting housc doors, at tho asscmhling of the Congregation, foi tlio ilcvout inirnosc of slarini: vounir ladics out of couutcnaiicc. No othcr qualification than n sharo of impudcncc is rcquisito for this employmcnt. If, liowcvcr, to this should ho "addcd ncompletc dcstitntion of propncty or a taient ior muKiiig poiuu rc inarks upon each lady ns she passes or cvcn n capability of cxcitingn laugh nmong his coinriiilcs nt liercxpcnse -tno nnpncant will bo considercd ns most cinuicntly qunl licd for his stmion. fih'nild tho next Sunday bu n fair day, persons dcsirous of cngnging in this husi ncss, will plcnse lo lako their slatid nt tho rinuiiig of the hccond Lcll, for tho purjioso of giving n spccinicn of thcir powcrs. Doli.v. A Sign. A forwiinliiig cotupnny nn tho iMicsissippi rivcr, cnllcd the Jackson Trans iiortation l.lnc cvcry nieniber of which is nu originnl Jnckson ninn hnvo latoly lniuirhcd a splcndid Steam Iloat of scven lumdreil tons biirthen, to which thoy l.uvo given tho nanio of "Gcn. llAnutsoM." A Postmnstcr in Indinnn writcs thus to tho I'hilndclphiii Inquircr: "All partjes in tliis seclion of iho Stnto aro oftho opinion, th.tt Gcn. llarrison will cct Indiana by a ninjority of I'rom tcn to twcnty-fivo tliou-bund."