National Anti-Slavery Standard, Year 1860, Nov 10

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National Anti-Slavery Standard, Year 1860, Nov 10

  1. 1. Rational Stanbatts. VOL. XXL NO. 26. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, I860. WHOLE NO. 1,066. gfttat ;3wti-£lavm) ,§tiimhivtl. PUBLISHED WEEKLY, ON SATURDAY, AllIlltl.WN UTMUVXmi BOOETT, PENNSYLVANIA ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY, 107 N. Ptflh SI., earn-i *irrJi, P/iitadelpfiio. i0-£llU'Cl'U. MODERN "DEMOCRACY" ILLUSTRATED. •roperfy. Tbo Uit makes llieiu si use n.njuiJ tribunals which decide u] lions I'lnil individual rights of ma such. lour. It is unui'ttputerl. The deem have been uniform. The sanction »., lireck Areopagr and Jewish r-:uiho- times of Lycurgns and Abraham until las been unbroken. Slaves. «rf prop- m.i.ces ] irfi»'i-lv- '1 litre is no property > law makes properly! And whatever proper! v is good property. ur uf store properly is not ilili- n.-nt, „ ihe .-hnraeler "I" nnv oilier property, lly 10 tho reslriclion or ,piahlnalioiis .., i- . nilucc tli-m -lop till most oil' i si of Naples, fulbcr i seouB dungeon* lo to ask will, what if the free nog In tbo Iiopu tbn( tbo waller* coruplu.ned of hnvo occurred w'lHbut tho kuowlclgw of wimjl ol wc director* or these t,overa1 companies, unit Ibnt tbey will promptly Into luca-ioro lo *U>|> them, we forbear ~"ying more al present f HKt SROnOEB IN 1S3-I >-nd 1660, A - review " of a publiealiu,, entitled " rhiladelplun lM'Jl" wkcli ii| pcirvd ... */'/« /W/Y.lt bur of the same year, thus speaks population : r "J ' -l^lvlremukli'e. who kept :.'">- of IUe-1 i» iiitH'Jei cf |!ulcu«n ''1 . ' ... .... -.Hi.- •.. I>! ronlM-cl '' trom-i -.. • -' i "- • "-' ' ' " ireru wnonu f< • '"' -if "'' &"" "J "* ... .-., . ... ;. I..J- 0,«t-motn«utB '••JUs: iht;.-. - .'..J •'. '" .'-' ' ill:.- i. (laughter) Th« was a fact (rcuewed laughwr). And hu ' : ~ philosophy, And in " Mi to plain statute; n;;lii give, tcavo roo in r. I, i. I. . .in,, .lebovnb. i .: !/ •'. S„ |, was il pinion of frwnogroca entertained l>y PIiils.lclpLijiia in 181M. bin bow diuerenl i- ihe opinion in IWu. Tr.ov are lh- idols ul lb- '". '•"} .I 1 ,.,.. . i| ..., ,.n ....,, will, the bhek Itcpubl.- cans nnd wombip (btni nro beld lWnlbcns. Selection-!. SPKECn Of JOIIX HOSSACK, nropcrty of his ium 'is [<-M In lu.i ni:..-i. r, rilthoii-li Hi" '„.,1,..^h,.."m.m», .; ted! ><;„<- Here in the This is ibe full theory in morals ns in fuel- tbat a Just iuproper!v, bcenUBB you any it hor=B could nai bepropriv, an njiinio?. The miutcr h.i5 o right of |.ro|«rtv in I in- a. of his li.nii.il npj.i--i-.tii-- -Hi. p.irvi.i m il.-.--' thiit of all oLhrji- properly Ik who would this in the one <.isi>. ..'I 1 '! nsih -oiivinee himself oi tlie rightfulne-s of his dump lW e™« in any other (riven t-isi. wlii-b niii-lil Weo'iiie o.lious to hi: i his perfomd 01 .• tbo Court I have " few wotds lo nlccee should not bu prom ' i found guilty of n violnliou ul tl Stove law.f.n.1 it •«} 'I'l'i " >1 '"1 " 1 ' " J ,,: " tyranny of the Old World «!.> i -' • > i 1 '".' 1 "! until il.- A-.erie.in -h.ir- -. h: . I- 1: •"> —.. . ..*. u ]n n ,l i n j.n r-r. i j.m, j.Ijiiv " fc'tr rati uld no: be.rnsbe.i '.•• i I- i ' ' " claw. Commeu. i"c ibe stm^ux- "' l"^ al l ™ leuder one or twelve yea", n simmer lu a strniv" Inn.l. i-miic m.-:,r ) l.rr;.d by ibe swi-.ttol my brow, ur Honor will be.iv wu!i_n.-. uiintc-isloiocd i« 1 mil ^nppcnr in Coiirm. i"ii.-U ltt» if nddn-M itx-iii- I have tc»rcd tb.il 1 might fail in baarii :i this oec:i-iO!i woMi.j l! .1.. i-I- - ' ' - 1, ' ;' '" (.,(..-.1. -.,., ti.. -r. .' p :! befure you- I sa) t' t .,.r,.„.|lj .. ,.-,„.. ere.- if. ...l|. ..U. isofbon".". i. Ibis thin.- ..-Il .-. 'flint nr ;.i- 1 a thus lend Slates ion...) . b. tin! Slntea in their il.it. fir, tl.ii MH n, ,, inking the eh.ii I 'I 1 1 riled by I,..- . I.,,,-. II.-..- as bindinfl oiio-u tm wa-t thfi Inn of Kpjjit fJ »bnif.-I Hebrew ehildn-u; jusl us binding tui tbo Inw 1 milt. Worship the j'obk-ii in. ,.-.-. worship nm i.i'l; ju-i :is l.;i..|ir.g ii« lb- law futb" 1 nnoetles to preaeli the tiosp. '••' :..l.uro.unlermyii to obey ii. I ."n s-jITct, but I -.„.) ,',.-uluw bidding .".- )•• lellowucn of ihiir I.e. lo-.u. I wrong. Ycn.F.t!..l me a h.w l.i-I.l.i..- in>- -:..p i;.. i nr- lo tl..- r. o: the oo- :. I i :... suiS-r tbe ]CMi of till these hmuls Lave earned, I cad sutler bonds nnd ..-in,. i i ).•..: I l.t'-p'ug i'.-e.lcuorjnc npray i.fe but 1 tannot k<: ;!' imaiph upon ibe Inw of my (io.1 no: upon the bleeding, proslroto form of iny full ..,.,„. fgouotto Missouri lorelinvcoppreittud liu.uunity, for my duly bus titled mi but win, II.. |l,..l .Inert* tl..- H>-|'« u: . .. .: [hat " two wbitu . .1 in Anderson Count)' tnnn a' hundred t.iitbi ol nrythrjui- lo poison tbo .•ll-. tbo ovidsoco of whirb was oolj I f some, eclored pcrBoun while nuder torture, anil to icapu death. That in Willi.in.M (."ouuty thns: while •Decs. Thin in I i-Lur Couol) -. man named Morri- vj wns bauged in the j.n-.-enee cf liie hundred cili- ens, for the crimo of bciog *chnr-.d'' with inching pgcoes to InsutJeci.oii. i hnt .. « Irriiy m.ip'ell-r :in hinl lately nt.ii--. I .- in Auloiiio, b.d. iu ll.-.- pro- ine lnn^.;a,~o of its Ijtilycr, "been lra.i«lntr-l ic another •/-'•-'' '/ '•"""•. and ik-it a neflro boy hod ceoinjeini-l biui in bis /trrmitneni s i-.irtbly dui-e*' ; nnd that (ioo,nni.,i levity fioni tl.,- oh: . •ii.i> l .i|.|i < i| '.'-.ii Mr. I, ii. ui. mi A l« 'Mi flt. »l.j wii-. to .[.i.l tl- Stale, had " bieT, pn-n ui. -I l.y n mr.i-ri..l impediment." Ami Can wo read lb. so iking* in Amer- ican papers ami fail to ideutifi t' .- -i-r.i ! »l;ii. iv.™»t» ,viil, linn dm ami Hosiliahco! W.; aro almost chucEcd .n out nltirr.pl- to deer> thn brutality of tbeso Itnliau tyraotn when we rend of tbo doiugs of our degenerate Hupublieans in the ..lave .listricls. Certainly, while such Ihings eiiit in a coiintry with which wo have >.. .'».;>> tics >> i.ll.ii.ty wo feci thnt i; , . .- ..I (,..ilmii .-i wo. .1.. led in the bouie profe —I friends, and wo haio ihn ui raponcooo loing lo tell «"''«.V-l.' ll' eelel.rm.'.l I 1 '" l-'I'-iiiinf. Hrofesaor of Natural Science in Hie I'r. e (hur.li College, and one of tbo grcnteii n ,l„r ( ili-U uf his day. iiiaiutnmcd that block wa» the righl aud prop,-! .olor, und that we, are nil bleach. .1 up (ro:irs of ho,-hi,r) -that wo were just lik« ouo ul ilio,. shnwls Ihat were wen somo- U the fo«gate (lnu-hter)--^' -1^ el.an goue ..I f,.,.-;...r). Hi- would aiv.; th.-m :. phyM.-u , .;:,„.. l 1,on Willi this. 'I I"' stiij thnt ^' | '' | " r '-;|. Ibcso, nnnlomihlH cilled Ibe it'- »i'»i™- Thnt was :i l,-nrr..-.l len.i (laughter)— but it vvii.i a sort of ineni- t.rnn.j ivbich rousislud oi a eoiii.-n.-s ol cells, tvow, in tke wt.it.- mm lb.— were verv lito the boxes kept in such sbopi us llnne nf Mr, lu.o.v-they we.ro nil for chow-ll.i-r,- wn-i ixitl.ii,- in tl„ ,n |hi,i|;hter)-l.ii in regard to tic dark rii.e Hie r.',- muawi »'« I""' (l . w.tb what ik .alk-'l n hhiek pi-in-nl mid if the ret-. iiiueojuiii was i-.ol uiiule k,r th. l.lai.-k pigment, what was il made for nl all f (laughter). That was ralber a philo-oi.bic:.l ni-'inniii ir.mv.-l Inughier). The ojiiaiuii wan 1>. Id by -me dial I irk racu wis the old original tueu ol" man : a black fice and a while heart Thoro was many a mnu who bud a white faee aud a block heart! (Cheers.) UEORVE THOMPSON AT BRIGHTON. : the slaveholder : ihat Lai iieriod •: Gray r nbnc We publish below- Hume adidavits nnd certifieates, i.hi.h .w.-.l tlie slartlinj; fa.-l that the Co a -re Lilian i„., lv-1-, ', ,1 he Hie LiMtn.s- party from the Fifth [ii-.ii'„t B-utch is composed of a part of ibia cily an-1 M..m ere Coimlv. l-i v Bromt .TollN ilaowS Ai.,,in,... . ll,- 1= t.rov.-d to have ex-press*! hun- __ .. ml forms .•: ll— i- 1 v . it "d- frc.ua - nno! -... utnml error of the bend, and not ..f the be.nl Therefore 1 do not think I shall Inre worse at the bands of your Honor, if 1 state plninlv my v.cws nnd feeling -n tl- {.-n-«: <|m't..i, of the ruzi —tho n-lils of man. I t'-sil that il is a case t],n! ».l! U i.l. iri.li.- I -^ :<' ) '," ' ' l"Hei;or,v to meet the great Jn-lj;.- et oil ll- - aria. _ hhas W-nnrgucJij tfco prosfcwn Ihat I. afur soould be tho Inst to .In-obcy Ibbso laws j hut in thii I find nothing tl.at -1 1 destroy my sympattv for th.- . r-.-l-.-l- -t'uggl.i;- hdiln- t,.,l in all linds Surely I bnviTbecn prolccwd. 'Iho fish in the rivers ihe ounil in the st ihhl.- -I--.I. -r n lb l-r-sl !,n.. i--.u proi.eiril. Shall 1 join bnn.ls with those who make wicked Inws. m cr.nlurg out the poor black man, for wh there is r.o protection but in the grave, where the wieked cease Irani troubling and A Itlftw^si^Bin a forvi-uer. I Crst saw th lii.htau.oi,-' il- i :„'.! '-'I t'»" bills of Scotlimd; Innd 'sir il-'t i - .• ' * i- pieiT-l, nnd where Jtslav „, „ ,),,,-,- i.i a - 1 i'e set loot on ihat sbor the frcst- In the proeee-s of lime, .. procure money lo earry on the p. th.-rn.l .-l;ipi-,iv,.- Inn" to--i[,r..., an.n'im if. i... uiim. -;; i, t,-.-,li,v, hining shiplied someol tin was exported from this eity . i. the toi i.l both, till death sh nil end tho toil Herein nom slion for legal idicial di»ciiMioti. Docs Ibe --.,i" Phillips aa« thing I Tl,.- t'.mslil.i- is vcrj clear and vi-r> plain in pnnuing 0;t tie way il. : -s micst ion is to he seltkd. Atlicle - — provides that no jierson shall be deprived Of life, liberty or ;,r.--ity ii.thont .l",- pro- .. . : I,,. ....-.• . .... liray is a person, is ndi ' on nil lin-.d-, I'lullip- nilmits il : r!;.- I.l..-lln inarsliiils aud atlorm is thai hint U.in.K.j b ifspulo is the libort) and lili Ion;; luil it n nm entering inlo lb; fjll mm v .-!' manhood. A great niii-fltifin lien hcLvnti the-e men Hut U ray, stand.. on soil covereil by this I -e-stit.it .an hn robbed liborly, or the woges of bis toil, only by don prnee lii'i-r i- .. against .t lest in mi evlre.nity 1 i-.-y fur mercy nun ,1ml! ., he heard.' fir. (Jin luw to llngraotly oul- ragrs ibe divioo law that I ought no', lo bo scotone. d A single n-uinik,nr.d I have ilune. Kromtbe tt?U- „.,,., ., ,,: ,i ,. hi In- f.ds.'l ami fruiu jour rendering iiml int. ipntation of Ike la.v. tin jur, , i,.- found nn- guiliyiies.gjilty '•! earrying out tho gTeat principles uf the liechin.l ,.l In'lepen-l.-n : yes. «.ulty of ... ii.. ..... ... .. , i-.-- -I-' . -- i. cat Cod! enn tbwe Ihings be? < nn it be What country is (his I I an it be tbat 1 land boasting uf freedom, of morality, of it I ll,.,-. h,..;-. nli. hoii h.i.^ -bull the |ko- nlc bow down ami worship I'.i- gr. at image set up in " Yes, thn jury say guilty. b-Jl leCommctid -V of the Court. Mcrev.'-ir.i- k... Ii. -- i aai guilty of no crime, 1 (bereforc ask -, No. s.r, 1 ask fur no won j ; I oslt ler justice. Meroy ii what 1 ask of my God. Jusl.ee • Courts ofeiy ndoplcd co.intr. is all I nslc. It tlia true character of them ,,... i. I, ,; - , lamesik lahoiin iT to ilinouncc ntelii-b IV- l„. |- Hen llie I hrivtia:, tniii-slr) of Innl will unite in yeldir.g to i)r. Chccvcr all ll... moral support il is in its power lo mulct Aniil.r .,. "r one man. and odors liberty under foul. Gray was a slavo, a roversy shall esc, 1 by jury nhall be j i ol mouey. Tbo h a. you. yvetridea theso (Lib whole rjucstion lo ; tu trample right nnd r, it mny bo sniil Jitn iLilK-l (. My f.vlui; children are comHed (he (he oppressed of my my home. My my heart ; bui i-u ready to die, i THE CHURCH AND THE SLAVE TRADE 'huri- are casta wLcro uul to speak is a strong furiu of osier(;ou—no( (o ronilcmn is lo approve. When n grent moral ouesliou is made a te='. nueKion b:forc the public uiiuJ. or a great evil is threatening in snp-ad i" a coir.in-.unl; . ami in... hod) of imn pro- f.- B-ni- emineutly 10 '•• lh- re| :.-eu;i.ii-- in u ei i . -.:.,.,:. -I. - i u publiel) nnd clearly 10 express any uptnion nl-uul il, this want ef n^ertion is imme- diately received by the powers of evil .11 (he stroogeat nflinwV.ion. Tte hujtorv of t'-i- slavery .|.ir-i.. -:s hii been snrh a constant history of such liistanees, ainoi.; .lilli-reut reb-ions bailie, prof.-^iug lu represent the t'brislian Cbureh, as to giM ,'.- u re jn belief io Christianity as a pruclifiil working force, than ... .- . ,- , ol U.. .1 Mr. (ieor-e l.-.ompson I lets, wboso labors for 1 limed. Co! -i are wel inhabitants ..I Urigbtoi the na oa Ibe previous 1 in tbo Town Hall, nee to tho question ins of tho American imitation nnd ulti- 'n,.-. tlulivorcd by y at the 1 Craft, self and Tin ark.-l . 1 of this kind bavi copal Convent 1 the chain of the ,, T ,1.-11 h,.- |...— '- .... terrible conflict "l-.li the ile.ti .- I —-< "I -'av. rt i;."-i cost and when tl, - b.slory of I 1 .-, treat snuggle shaU bucnuoiilly wril(en, tho rescuers of Jim Gray will be considered as having dote honor tufiod.to humanity, ami (.. !l..iii-ki - [ nm (old there is 110 appeal from Una Court, yot I do appeal to the euurt ol high Heaven, wh-11 Judge U; inund and Jml -e Catoa. Ike re-cm r and I'-c r. - cucd.sbnll all hive 10 stand al Ibe judgment sent of the Most II..-: . I hovo. sir, euileavorid li. ube> th- divm,- law all the bins of uiy conntrv that do not eOnllic: the lawsBl nivCod. My humble tv.ab is, that 11 then appear that I have -lone my 'inly- Ml I ir CuiiiTuissionur wou r aiid the plainest pro- Bend City of phSadtiph On Hie DID day or ,e nfiidavit and certiGeatca : nnd loved his Ihllow-n o,iiil.Ht,-,n..- i- feared God DR. CHEEVER AND HIS MISSION. aiiwmncrs tur I i 11'. h .ccurrvd. The Kr.i , and the American Hoard of Coi n Missions in Uos ton, being 111 I to testify nuun.^i an ...humanity nine and horrible thnt ever defaced 1 the slave trade. * ..„ can it be pi a.!- d in e.veuSe l;at thjl liygon- and ohvol. -..- kii-luf w;ckcdr.ess— since, it has i- back on us like the demoniac with seven other its more wicked limn H.-e onip-l llhal nvi-ohip leaves the put -if New Vurk even- week titled n-.t n.r Cm ml. find Itaii-.. -lo say nothing of wbnt is done in other ports, ll is known that officers uppoiut.-d by Uov.rumc-it ! fnt.M -.his horror are constantly bribed into doatni- hells, > Hi 1 1. ' despair, nre riding th: w V tlie --VIIU-" IV,.' ^ Q.U.J U. .-,- .- 1'" ".- ' , wifufrom slavery in ii.-oigiii,n familiar lo many ol our readers. The hoi-lerons =(orm of wind nad ram which pmvaikd at Hi- time of the lir.il of these two meetings, operated a^nirist a lull afl-ndaneo ; but (lit) nudience was of a very icBpoclable character, and ppeared tuueh interested in the proceedings, In the .U-nre {.111 the lirsl neerisioii) '•( Hi- Mayor, who was prevented fmia being prc-eai by an engagement, the as Ukoa bv John N..I I- V--] . J-l'., Into I C, --on, and 1..1 l r- . h ui 1 ' should preside, pronoumvl a high esMgi a geolleinon Ion" .levote 1 t.. (h- 1- rile meuiures conducive lo the freedom, el moral improcemenl of' bis k-llow-L-eing-, After some observations by the Ch Alil-nuaii lijrrows, M. 1 -..I r delivered a very; nilereslmj which ho ospoied the objections of sue thnt the slaves of thn l.'niied Stales do ut freedom, furnibhinj! various illuslralit irrepressible yearnings after cmanei-." 1 '- dangers (bey -; " they tnay ,at ho being of ail chu relit The very refus is roots of the laondod with den to he Cbrislinus. 1 testify shows b er have spread i A few years n up to Satan "—and thi torie of thane who ilefended »lavery i l ^Vefcra i i B moVa.y^^ esire their of their aad of thn reach a soil where ud erect, free and secure from the man- huilter. 'Tbo speaker also gave instances of the gross and guilty perversion .,1 I. htistinmiy, in tho so-called religious teaching furnished to slaves by pro-slavery ministers and others, with a view to reconcile (ho vie- ims of oppression, not oiily lo uneomnensaled toil ml p-rp-i.-t) bonds, but lo the cruel scourging* vhich arc often indicted upon them. Mr. TiiOMi'soy commenced by observing thnt if (base in this country who honored the Christina reli- eion ami desired tu extend it, were about, for the lint liiui, 1,0 expend their philanthrope and mission- ary 1e.1l upon a foreign field of labor, there would be no work lor (hem lo do more iieeess.iry and impera- tive than thnt of seeking to abolish American sla- ver)', by means of the C liri s tin filiation of the fe.-iii-" Christians of the United States, w prosliluk-,1 the New Tcsianierit 10 such 11110: lo make it sanetion oppressions and ahoiniiinlions, worse than any thai had gr.mii out of the false 1 pro- , In. i, (.. r the cordial sympathy of .'V''''. n .-,'."" ' ilf m'kv JtBESfi. ClUSOS, .' HESItYH.rARKHI.l of "Illinois, who have gone through the many ,of tie- sottkmcui of a new country. I b-"- ' [ . 1 .lavs the »lrenfth of my mnnbood. t 1 stand before y ;... I,™, ,„ „„,..-„ " upon tin. spirit ale man. .„, , ,„ 1„. „n .1. that I .,.,1,1, When from beyond the bcj vns a charm in Hie nanio- ,, j.., Iicvoiu! the name ol ,„!",.,- lo" know anything „ ' ind tliat ' need because, as .[am anAboli- a mako for being an Ibis country, liku lite js a Democrat ; there hir, I soon found I hud nneiples or pn my adopted country dillercd upon hanks ' land questions, in on thing thoy.««M .liiui...- I,,ir^li.ri I'Liiri.-li Kelly, e i,.r,-i L :i-,er,ii,-i In 1I1I. ,.oui ,.f,I , 111- Ol ll„ |-| '"" .1. - I,. III.- '-.'" "'- ' hkvi;v 11- -U.WAHI-. SAllCLI. IIKIUIItl.V ', could stoop U.w.. rurscd svhlem of slavery tin odovcr any nutiou, the Mol, 1 10 which Hii'f olhired as Ii nf the eliildreu of toil. As 1 the crushing aristo-rm v .,t 1 support a worse nristuera party who proposed, at leai ,iathies all elasscs ol m-n ti globe. In this choice I i...n.l n Ihe favor of thi to be sentenced. . .... possing from Hie Constitulional ,:.hj...;tmns to this law, 1 would call the attention oi you. Honor to Hie partialiiv ol the hiw.nliivh is so at variance with the designs of ll.e I'athors „. org an ». iig this emtucnt. No man can read the Cons ilulnm-i 1. .. _ieh the word slave cannot In' tound ; Iroiu which tbo idea that 11 man could be minced to n Hung, am held as prnp-rt, is eoiofril!) .'..-I.-I -no '. :.",'-v.:,i. tent with saying Ihat slavery 1 is desirable to abolish, or deal in the way of formal [.roles t, Abolitionists when tlmj- coml calling ihe 111 selves Will) vigorously oa (he ene- m> it' isVe merit of Dr. Cheovcr thnt ho lins applied |,ia -cholru'ship !" r1 "-' mv.'.nig-itioii of all Ihose urgu- ,,,, .- ,,,." nii,..u,-,t or can he cnwive.l which r ,'„t I.e. snlhi-e.l to gain ground in a ,01111,1,1111' ........l-ilv pur>,.ing Ibe same course that the Ame Church has done about slavery. ,_ «_li_ It baa come now to ho (kticalc ground lo talk n-aiiibl tie- slave l,-a..le : anil ". hnstian bodies, instead cV =p--.kiu- .11 Hiuaer, piuiisly shut their eyes "ivc thanks that eo t.rt -,n'.:i.ia-..i,-_- ri t-pi- uol he.-.i snlfercl to - Iiv.de tie- hearts..! l.r.il.1 ini.-rrvi.it Hi- r-joi-'ings of a fol.-um jubilee te memornto the triuuipbs of Christianity. iiloo.lv lash was juslilicd by the -pmlalioa that " he who knowelh his nia.-lers will, and doelh il not, shall Until, with mniiv ftripci." Two i.eiiturus ago, a w i.ir-ons in ibis nirv. ilv I, .11, overs of a devout ud Wv man, sought lo'dis- over, by .earehiug H,e noeptl record, in depeinlcme upon Hi- enligluciini; mliu-m-e of llie Hole .-pint, thc-ir duly in regard to their faith, their pracliee. ami their mode of worship. Without tlie aid of learning, cotnmenta ous, they came to the conclusion tb-V vila -i-jain-l which ihei should testih ,laveryT On this matler they - hnndsui innoceiicy, nad had belief in the iiilniinaniiy ai iiier-diandiT-i! of those w' ,up-ri" ii|iiu .mongst (he ashed their own .>. ..nee declared ihcii il sinful ii.:ks of making ictils bore the iiua-e and ...... [j,. thnt t "'"at Tho' snm^^dnsion.heXelieved/would be che.1 by every umn who tat down 10 tin: ,u.o i.rl.nl uly of the religion that inculcated the. golden rule, ,„.-'s th-v would hovo done llut what wns the spee- of all, of ibe four in" 1 '"'" els of ll I Of llie pri. vyhole bill from t bis slave esea; ,;,„;,„. hi . ii giii.,1 i„,l v above nil other properly^ it ..iii..-ai.t-cs tbat no ot! A.lain. Kir, Ihe pnrtiali .a in. -1 lined by the word nagni lying slave pro^rty ntheunlioa-alaw giving tr property could possibly ( of this law is so gloat, :l I'oii-titulii.li that eil'li-an tyranny that would 1 1, i.i.rnk a.s Liinin-I vtitli 1 ' views enn I he any- I rely for this 1 ought ' lop(ed . Th t°o'iilyto"the J lili..-i rnnieiil. 1111. Ii r this hi tv, - "l his ' vo been and there- til: nirTSTiTiliiitcd' States who have labored 1 j sacrificed largely 1.1 the cans,- ol negro en tion.to whom wo most, gratcntlly «-*» j|I mage due lor Uie v have i two; forti coudu-.-lor vvhihjt most 'of our informutioii derived from others who, like ourscl iueouiniiHii-il and annoyed in the samo Under one prctc.v.1 or another, negro women are permilled lo ride in the same Indits and cenllemen on somo of the linci complainli; have been made to us of negro encouraged by some conductors t whilst ladies have 1.0:11 e |- lied ... ..-, ourselves have seen a negro wench lightly sand- wiched between Iwo ladies who manifested all tin signs of mortification uml ilno-omfort TEverj- cuRtom bus gentle beginnings, nnd il lions nro usually gradual ' since should be put down tuotiy. Our people ought -.eutuikv home, in- (oil. There r protect him in it hnd John fj- ,vo escaped, the ivo followed hi ;of tbo United States, nn 10 (if 1 need pardon), but I c.-n >r the fife of 1110, see what there is in robbing ,1 bi- ,nali..-iial.l- lights and enslaving lunik uit should enCiili- it to tho siiecial and pteuhnr ti„ii ciiiailouallaw. mi awnre, sir, that I s, marshals, attorneys ami many •, but v . oul.l rival, for lib: j„r tlioroilgh-b..-!irl-lle--- tinguisbul man who IS '"; fbo great power of Dr. Cheovc heard any 1 s, !",.r self-ill .evil flueu horrors in New York? enough in "hat wo profess tv iitin-s Hie loatlisiini'.- diseases, the dmly throw- 1 l, |l i v _|,|^ ll)], Sp moderntoi", - vrbo-ird of Ibe dead, the alter pi-,v-.--si£ | il( .'li ^ ", m.-. . and professors o I -1,-irkJ wh,- c-.i.iplei- the wi.rk of feai-.agoiiy , rader.s in slaves ; nay.r-"" .1 ,.,., all lh,s .1 appears. ,s in some was such , u „,, - a,., 'n.,.1. onln-iv-rl.'l -round, that to cvpress an „ b .. ',,,,,-, „ill ,iigh 1 l..-a.l.-i-oh.i 1 --.-leimntamong 1,'-,'.,.,,, br.-ih.vn What is ibe u=0 or sending a ircvenl civilized, Chris- oryins sin of the Ui his only theme. M powers his Maker h: I ho highest ordi of a province, willing to oxei f flerod subject is li ami negro ) keep their scats l... .-1111111, gs. an I 'will-nil ."niled the slaughter of Fir tell me not of men ready and 1I0 the law. My lteileeiucr, wf ,nlly worthy to speak, and yet w trust, although he knevr no sin, )( y lav ,.,Vvii I- I11111— anil iney a all consecrated lo the one u ,erwheln.il,,, object wliieh lie is scekn Ho throws nil the rnvs ol Ins intellei 1 11.1 : Kr</iV''"r:;*,u,"^i.,*iiS ,. ' " , ,-..,„, lh- nolle- of those who have the ,„ l,..,k -11 Hi- spcclacle- Dr. Clu-evei- solbr-. '' l - ',,', , si,,le--rvi dlv |..,|.>ilai'pr-aelie, '"",', '',.. ,,| lie.- Iii-li-.sl posiimns in New York , lYi,| honor, all Hio sympathy and philanthropists, wo should imd i [ B preaching a gospel wlueh the which honestly proclaims deliver and tho opeuiog of tho prison ,|„: !l,.Meul„,.-; ll'll.esalt brill. Lost with shall it he sailed '( lint the linspe-lhas only like a si liirir., I 'i l;; ::i-ll.-.til-:'k^'-^ truly ic mr.ny lH,.,,.,!;,,. 1 ,,! ,,... li,s.,,il„-L'-p..blu ; .it;pi.rty,th«a . some pulpils. and souio so-called religi"'"- " ivisihlo but mighty force which That ii cosnol. Said' ho not truly, then, that nussionnries b ere needed logo to the land .there Christ was thus ueitied afresh bv those who bore Ins name, there j declare Hint Chrlslianilv and slavery could not coesist, nnd thai il was the duly of the Churches to ,. M f,, ri ,. ,l„, di-.ii.liae tll at would punty thim. ronv tbo crime of slaveholdiug nnd llio stam nf blood. Slavery had advam ed will, gign =traks since ibo ,..-„ „f 'indep l-i.ee, when the world was startled b, Hie birth of a nation whose advent was heralded by the declaration that all men were created will; an m! ,lic„i,ble ri-bt to life, liberty, I the pursuit Hint announcement, whu-b slv. 1 ' — fol- ,- call the imlv opened know ll'/io inc (hat powerful breath thii.u-b .,,, vi.c- ....... - au-am as the |.mpl."l '' old, they fall oa the, fac^s Xn the B§b* tf '["> ,^ ffi*** h ^ II, 1-- i' ,/,.,- -Sk-.r-j. .,: The iMkptailait- ie report of tlie nieelllig, «?.'«. T. Cl,e, a Th. lliKeil eu llllielel ai of chattel des- orid had ever before rupled the politics, HI11 or, ha,: States, both lh- 11 residential chair, ami nl ..:,.£.„ ,„ tho Federal Cover .y.OJid eaten Ibe he:. iie country; nnd hn ,, but the politician a struggle with lh uf its predom of-alVnirs (npplf— * ,g ils heigh' tlie t|„,,, bo-lies . ibe Clu. DR. GUTHRIE ON SLAVERY. lull i ij. That c„nliici for the limil.dim of slavery kepuldieall parly sle.obl ti-mmph. tl remain as ur-cut as et,,r. to wn.g.- il,. l!.|.-r iiiilillle,, ..1-J..I. '-l-i'l'l '"- Is of humanity f~~ !>sity would tlio kind of man called for 1 1 liii|jpiness : ven long year thoso 1. ... ko a govern liliertv as r ihe whole he impelled Ha ,11 ll. lie: IUig-1 i.alTiei. I,- Aluiigbiy. If slavery lentil ami an ngrc'iuenl avo one coiisideruiioi, n nee ought not 10 hepron . ttbiih 1 think 1 bate pro 1 it l,.,d.l amis 1. „)_!.. ,";i:;^i™ ,1,1 tl... the sulii.-'c! ; 1 allow. ivnys, w. ennmit oll.-i,..-.,---,. those charge., are linighter.niv t as the ground for the death of the wu)- (renew n . uiplory ins will promptly violate them, pationee and endipalieiuM: am, hi.hu. ----- _ (1 ( ( ; , ., ,„„,.,!,, it 1),. ,-real, -' ,l,i ., Ii..i-i.t.i.|iii. -t,r-.-i.T,i 11 " t - ] ( ( , I -Iniik it In-iief difust anil norroi '«* 11 at ibis lime fceliu- ihe utmost horror , M---revelaii..ns mtek bv Lorl Llanover and Mr. Kdwin James of what 11,- 1 1. ]";<-"'.' 'V,, 1 ^ ^, prisons of Naples, bvery hone-si mm,1 is 1 ill 1 v 11 Tlik.Tust and horr.o as iL ....utemplates 1110 incc .,.„„, i„o, LTO, bj IL. i,!.l ^tKHOU £r and cheers). He had „nl.t the tv.--r.ls -A ll-lv „„!,. of one blood ul! 1I1- .-irth " and (hcv had been remain that Ihe ,1: t-U v:-:,: vt, t.feyo,- whilo man. Now, be was not sure but wtl , |,laek (tmieli and long-continued cheeni). no would tell the- "- ,| Inughter), Mnj(-- "" orur Abolitionists of Ann 1 1 - r, tj tl Irmoral ?„ r,- j.ni-ti.e.iehvwiu^ fiol-.n . 1 '-- .-. OT vic- tor)- to the power ot Ibe iroll, alel lie ,e,enerutlol of public opinion. One man, however ,.t ,..,. . a Lint a hero and a martyr, hnd deemed u bis duly, ilb'a -.ni'ill but devoted hand of liillnwcrs, logo wri'io Vir-inia to collect a iiuinber of slaves nud ' |,,,| m the way 10 a land of freedom, Tbat „™ww John brown He (Mr Thompson) deeun.-d e- in 1 -ins be employed neither lh- it i-.-sl nor tho most hristinn; but he, nevertheless, fully believed that il,.- leader nf that expedition " punal lives, t 1 of Gd I '"ii' 1 '"'-' 'i- 1 - "' i"'l ' -o-'--k'.l his success. bi.ur- .m. hi. 'I ihe -word of the r-'j.irit. whieli is ih- Word of Ciod," with a piiteii.-y seldom equalled, and hnd cshibiied a charaetor ~o sublime ihat ihrongh rill future nges he would rank us one of (he most '"tldbe nailed benevolenea eminent worthies America had gn hear.) The greatest .let of homage tbat e.nd paid to tb.- iti-tnorv of John Uronn was about Denhom, a dislin- 1 paid by flw St— » in try, and which . u of Mnssachusi 111 nweallh would, ill <1 icnior a man who had t Itber been afraid 1 mm got so much to adinir- kh-ers). SsS^^rto:11 ; :;...'' -,- 1 ^
  2. 2. mm a»tt-#Ia»«a Stnntl-tHt. .VEMDEll 10. 1KGI). r, tUu friends of I be add ressed !i Sew York. • VERBAL LE3ERDBXA1X-" Tmi overthrow of dnvrry ndvm rapidity. The frantic efforts inccs with increased I Souther" s for the increase, nnd the lc^aUtnlioo, .•.,.11 foreiRH slave trade whit h bits hithi rto b • riod on slcnlibily— Hie threats rooted '. the So; U accession nnd wnr.cf n fori ibloscisui-eof (be I r." and the government archives I I din '-- '""' ' . mnnufnclat human btrlngB ns properly," which wna ndoplod by the votes of those who had rejected tho oilier. Why. having rejected Hip former, did (hose floveroud BOotloniOii adopt Ibe latter, of tlituse two expressions which loom synonymous 1 BccaubU the identity of nicnning is only seeming! Ikcnuso lliii hitter e.pre.'.sioii allows iln'i" to relmn ilavelioldors in their Churches, and to recognize, an 'iriitlau, Churches in the South eonsistina mainly of upholders. Because, by the latter, the burden ofreprobnli trnasferred from the overt net of sliwcuolding, ft thing which am be proved, to Iho mental purpose of tin ilavdioMcr, Which can bo kept unproved, ns far it iction or discipline by iho Church is coacurned, by s> iiuplc nnd common .1 thing ns u slave holder's lie. lleciiuijc the simplicilv, directness and Ihoronyhncs. if Iho lnn"iiii"e used by Mr. Garrison nnd Dr.Chccvor isaaili tlnvoholiltnf ia tho Church .iust ,ut i.i it,. ' hurch. a thing whioh The Independent Yet it ia this very directness of speech, going straight :o the murk, and piercing the Slave Power under tho cotumnnion-lnWo just ns surely aa in the coltou-Guld, tbiil The Independent has the assurance to atigtaalixc " logodiedulj-," or verbal logcrdumiiiu, while its n language, studiously so Adjusted n» to spam Iho si aveb old ins church- member, is represented aa honest, In and practical opposition to slavery id from mountain height before, as that toiid duwn upon slavery's bloody plains on the li*' o October last, aU obedient, ] doubt not. lo vofc « at High I A fewmeli thunders more, nnd sitter and Sodom shall Bleep together; the Church nnjB01 .nt, meanwhile, like Lot's wife, pclril'leil in li"1-' 1, may aland as becoming monuments fur eve-ran Putisn PiLianoir- .V.I.C-iVX TBE TltUTIf VINDICATED. emnrk. Inst Week upon Hie annual HI TVtMOf Philadelphia, a prc-reniniions, by 'be ide by Mr. It very Society, oilman e of thu proceedings particularly to eurtai porter of that pnpel I Purvis. The following S 1.01 An Anil-Slavery Convention of much Interest was delil on Saturday and Sunday, October 20 am) il, Cmiaatota, In the Free Church of which the 1! DEW.HI GnEES is pastor. The following organisili was adopted : JYeiittaii—Mr. - Wiuos. Simian/— Mrs. Dr. Jnrvis. » Btaiaau OjFIinii((M— Derit.1. Green, (i. YV. I'ulm Aaron .M. Powell, Rev. C. A. (In mmond, Sirs, (i. W. 1 The llrst scealon ou Saturday was mainly occupied by Aoron M. Powell, who i-.iiitrusti .1 the unli-slavcry cause of twenty-dvo years ago with the anti-slavery move- ment nf the present timo in its several nspecte. Ilu argued hopefully the curly liberation of the slave, if part of hla oppressor, then through revolutionary netlon. There win n htrnn- under, inrent of rijiupalliy ird from Mr. Purvis hirosulf. which we copy ft Prtsa, will be quite sutllclent to convince all wl him Hull he was grossly libelled by Iho reportc: [tvnKHiiv, Tuesday, Ocloh .i JTii VEMENTS OF OB. CHEEVSR l- BSOLASD. <0u, (Envopmn ©os«i3p(i»flf««. FROM 1IAHR1ET J1ARTINEAU.. ''^" 1 U | r preak. U and often' e ... . . io live without diiuking) — ,1, |. .,.,.- ii..l.:.l eNpu^ions, hangings and burn- iiitn" of white strnii"ers and negro residents, wlucb ,„;;,-...,.':.>..,.,.:." -.ir of r.-alit, 10 th.i-0 ab,unl („i .-. iho Ii.imI treatment, "i evory sln>c glatn, Dl visitors from the North, who -ire followed, watel'ied, impertinently ealecliic.ed respecting their I,,,,,,,, ... rcsidenco, origin, politics ami opinions, and Ihcu assaulted Willi personal outragB and driven vio- lently out of the Slate for no worse crime than having spoken civilly to a negro, or owned a eopy of The 7>,(.,m«.m os[irc.<<ed a preference for Iho Hepubl, party, or even for the suspicion of any one of these things-all these, so far from showin- rigor and vitality in the Shire Power, an s that ol lion from its manife like a man in (fc/ii-i energy nnd profusii pvi.ot- on clutching at straws for salv destiny ; lavishing its strength, (reineus. with self-exhausting It is tho wrath of that e furiously in proportion It hiiortnessof his remaining lime, and tccai/fc he fa [bat his timcisshorU All Ihese, we say, nre by no means discouraging, hut hopeful indications, clearly marking the beginning of the end. Ylut, while >ve mark, nnd expose, these struggles of the actual slaveholders against the advance of civilization nnd Christianity , it ia of the utmost importance to mark, and expose, the corro spouding efforts or " the grenl bulwark of slavery," the American Church, with lis leading- parb'sans and organs, and their tortuous and treacherous manccu- Wc ham heretofore spoken of the undisguised com- plicity Willi slavery shown in the recent anniversnnes of the Episcopal Convention in this city, and of the American Tbjnrd or Com missioned for Foreign Mis- sions at Boston. We have nlao described the treach- erous devices by which the most widely circulated "religious" newspaper In the country, while saying many hard things nguinst slavery and its apologists, and thus securing the n-vme of opposition to that wick- edness, has bultrcssed it in the manner most effective of all, by persistcaily holding open tho door of the Chureh for the admission of slaveholders. We liar- now to speak or the latest evasion, at once false ar Ition to shivery in su..-h a manner nt kiconden complicity with it fa <ht Oliurelies, and by die repre- nentotitet of pitl'i. «s well as elsewhere and by othci poi-aons, as prac thing " logod.edaly," or verbal leger domain, with tho purpose of "confounding things thai in,, dilb.riiii." I lie elfrontery of thus charaderizing Iho u*: of the simple word "slaveholders," as it has appeared in these columns, nnd in the speech ivsoluliuns of Or. Clieever, and in the writings of friends of the American Anti-Slavery Society, would Lin"-, but for the frequency 'It eipinl di-plnys beenil iho disentangling of i uh in iU. »f columns- How fnr it ..;-..- .. ...I,. ry, ••••. en ' • lue ,', thai the editors •! that paper have always affce- inatcly fmleniia'd with Dr. South aide Adnma, iiuhingforliiscl arm lei .> * blc" nod "Chris- in " : nnd that in. senior olitor (Dr. Duron of New Uavcn) i 1 in rcMrctiiig him on Itic Prudential . of tho "American Hoard." at it.- very last a, he has often done before, lauis has clabornlcly argued thai •.lavebold- |,t .1. sirable nnd Christian. His writing and preaching, his "life and conversation," l.aro been i effectual in maintaining the credit of slaver; country than the elfui is of iiuj actunl slavchoh moral relation to slavery is iho sa nny actual slaveholder, except that ho has Binn against more light, nnd under the pressure of h implatioti. It is absurd to say that a practical opposition nvcry is carried on by apposing Legree as ft in' ter aud at the same lime defending Dr. Adams re Christian. Yet The Independent takes, and adheres liou, in spile of the obvious fact that the of Dr. Adams aud his pro-slavery fellow -clergy men is the very force that keeps the bru- tality of I-Pgrec from breaking down the system which they both advocate. When the Chureh separates herself from slavery, slavery will sink, from the utter rottenness or its other supports. The gtent trial has now begun whe- ther sho will so withdraw, or wait ruin overwhelms both. She would not hear the Abo- f . Another chance is mercifully givi to hear the same momentous tenths from the lips of Choevcr. But tho crisis ha imcs more imminent lor every day that repentance reformation are delayed. m in i M Ol 111" ised by times ei lculating politicians, or a pro-slavery, seltlsll nni ipt religion. Jolm Brown's Lexington euo, li eonil great revolution, had already been heird omul the world. On Saturday evening the Convention was iidih by Messrs. Powell and Green. I cannot give J sketch of their remarks. The chief topic wni the ent relation of tho several political parties to the slavery question. Mr. Green mode the closing speech, nnd i of tho most searching and elenely analytical efturis, applied to the Kcpublicau party, to which I Have c li"- 1 attended, and chji i.'.l,,., 1.1. 1' vol il y.i ixprcssion of my „. waders as deem the mailer W; loueht, will do me the fnvor—1 wil ....... ..„..,- ,,f ,ln.. nnl ininlO t; ";:; ,, JV5V .vi.iiv .-riM'iiii-, and i'(nu ;:|ieieln- referred to. itfully yours, » lor, however, is not witho as the following, from The /'"is of (f< Ui'e.-lin^ nent of hen Is of the great struggle in w leh he is of ,. ilitntl C liia mi'-sion lathis eel in try. About MoliLEV i.vtj hairmai. ol were present. Mr. SjuiCkI 1 former meeting, npologiied, '? |l -' 1 ' 1 fur Ho hLs objects -ejpr.ssed his war a protest ^'"i'mui nd f Ih 1>I" red In jy ccrla urch o he newspapers, as n dlsaQecled memb the Puritans, said rs of the fifty j«ji .Herts gab I reogthe Dr. Cheei-er's ban 1 have read the ds in his e the money n es SwABf. aq.., ftev. lire. Brock and Ferguson, J. II. Ilinton, M.A.. Cliarlcs Stove!, Thoma ;», John Steuph , li. Ma vies. Henry Richard, et r a lengthened address from Dr. Chccvor, nnd dl r discussion of various points, it was moved t WiiiLUt Bnocs, D.D., seconded by Itev. Tuou, J.iMis, supported by Itev. Biiaiir.r FKiioeaosr, I.L.D., nr That Ibis uieetiug, having heard a statement fro Itev. f.'eorge D. Clieover, D.D., of New York. waives to rir.Chet ir giving el j appesr- e tti an, as 1 believe, there has ever been before, tun! way in which we enn work for the ry is, no doubt, by n rowing phintiitk labour; and a great and sudden made within a few weeks i As you arc aware, wo no olonica than we ever did in the beit days of y ; bot vllo nnd unhappy ossoclationi hang about Unit special preduclion. protraeling the period of bad isi lavement and kid feeling wliieh i* the regular Dqncst of tynilinir.il inslilutlona. The rase of eotlen^^ , very Oiffbront. «'e have always gone lo you fur our Many of us become uneasy at tbii dependence, long ego ; " uu are nworc of the Strut cfTorU made lo oblnbj a supply from India, and from Africa. Tho.0 cxnerl- ments were not thrown away. Wo have ascertained where cotton may befit be grown, and what is wanted for its regular and sufficient growth. It is no small matter that the best judges declare the very best cotton they have seen lo be ihnt which comes from Australia ; and that the Indian, purchasable for U, per lb. on iho spot, would fetch lltl. ot Manchester. Such proofs of what is feasible are of great value ; but the next step ., Kliet : tiiiratl.-nti Kims n„ lm- heeu ailed Ion l'el"U-l Addition Convention held ir n.l r'vJ'l.iv h-'t : ' ll »" <<> " '-"''' ,. denying the trutliliilne-i <: ' in tw or-iliy advoc tho slave in tho United Slates, ichu is, by nil sulfaS* incoris.to ht iieifoiii/.l mid In r. by c.ninicnds him lo the frlcndsliipnndliher,ilil}ol'lliellrilL-]iLh.,r I. ' . ing that, whether in the pulpit, on Iho ,' " the Bocinl circle, he will be found to ba f I " . servant of Iho Master who e.teculeth ri.-i.t. n .n.-l judgment for all who nro oppressed. Anfl lids tneellmj resolves to assure the Christian brethren In the eh of tho Puritans, who. have so nobly stood by :lcal si Mr. Che cuptr-l by Mr. Of it , the paper alluded tt ESTERS OPERATIONS. Muscatine Co., Iown.Oel. 23, 1B60. grapliitally •.' liko the " Down East," is I, nil a myth. There is real ^...inncnt. Here, almost two thousand miles from home, I hear " the West » spoken of as the place for men 10 go. " !o fltl fieinj " ; for that Is, after all, tho reason why most reoplo emigrate. Within my recollection, "York Slate" was about equivalent to » Bunset," or the western end of the world. I once saw n roan and boy set off. with heavy hearts, but light: purses and valises, "to seek their fortune." I asked the father whore they were going. " 01 the far West"! nnd he sighed so loudly h.,.j.ifihi to cry, "More than twenty miles west of Roches!. But forty years have nude havoc with oui- Weston well ns Southern boundaries. And fearful injuetlee and wickedness have attended the march in both those directions. Piracy on the se is the only parallel to hind monopoly hero in this ocen prairie of the West. I would hang men for Ihe Inttc us aoon as for the former. When Harvard Law Sehot tenehos the " Iligher Law,' 1 when Legislatures only " rcinnct tho laws of God," when men have founded schools where wisdom is the ly U a eh er. States whose throne is justice, and Churches whose altar and (as will be in tho '^ooil time coming -'), The forenoon session was chiefly Greco, Mr- Powell, nnd Roy. Mr. Hammond ol fctcr- boro. Resolutions were Introduced by Messrs. Powell aud Hammond, but having no copy in my possession I shall bo unable to give Ihem to you. In the afternoon, George W. Pulnnni made a stirring nnd impressive speech upon the religious nspecla of Hie .use. His remarks, tbuugh very radical in tone, were ; eeived with much apparent interest. The Rev. Mr. Hammond again addressed the Convention, advocating he union of political effort with moral agitation against lavery. Tho Convention was next addressed by Hon. ;errlt Smith, This. was the llrst public meeting in vlnch he had spoken, from home, in nearly two yenrs. Ir seems, lo be in excellent health. He denned very doqucntly bis idea of true religion, its simplicity and iccllence; also gave his views of the Divine govern- nont, as npplied to slavery. In the light or his doQm- ion of truo religion, human government, he argued, ihould be truly religious, and lo vote was an obligation lot to be set aside. Absence from the polls was a dere- ictldn of duty. 1 cannot give yon anything like a full sketch of his, or of any of the Bpceclics. A. M. Powell raised the inquiry ns to the relation of Mr. Smith, and such as nro with him in belief, to the actual estati organization, called government, by and through whi laves are held and hunted, Such an nrganiiatii nown nnd recognised as government, could not ruly religious, the polls thereof certainly cold n-t f Divine appointment, nor absence therefrom, art, be a dereliction of duty. Wl ml nvoweoTy for revolution? A idercd it an anti-slaver v duty to recognize the proson' nachinery of government only ns n conspiracy, cou- pling ngainst the liberty of a nation of slaves. Mr Smith responded, that though the polls ond other rovemroentnl arrangements were in the hands of wicked nen ho would go among them, cast his ballot for righteoua rulers, and so be an exemplar of truth and among his fellow-men. Hedelende.l Ins course to Congress, and accepting a seat therein in ri giil oo us government. .Mr. Green argued very ably (to my mind j conclusively, th.it through the reeog- i) sovereignty of the majority in legislation, what is oininatcl goveriiimnt here is n most monstrous nnd ked conspiracy, aud, being such, we should not. gow Iho memory of the mver bo repented in 1 n A. Chandler, •port of his impotci M. We hope, lor tl lered and venernt. unett Square. lhertT. Hall, iVilmcr Plnnkinton, r-etm by looking, f..r a moment, at tho dllluring e^preaaions of these two pnrlies. and then nt the practical ten- deney of the use of each. Shivery is the thing practised by slnveholders. Without slaveholders, slavery would have no exist- ence ; they are the persons who prevent its abolition ri. , nre the pule, primarily responsible for its continuance, nnd for its guilt. The terrible dirceiaeta of Mr. Garrison's U-jjua-c is one of the complaints mnda .i. i him b) con scrvntism in Church nnd Slate v I .. 1- -..l..- tl .1, , :.. :i, mrlliod •< thorough .. . . - [nTpi'lrjte-l and Territor Sii?eriptur.- assails Mr Garrii ith ilunnuo-js innuendoes. . i. I ' . ill Uretlly by echoing ',e ilu ii' ..I....' ! inii.l.l'ity "Inch if. brother and rival. The Obtereer, had nlrendy made nguinst him. Dr. Cbeevcr saw that slavery was sheltered in the Church ui (Ir icry jiirt-. s whu bad found it necessary to utIPr stronj general I i-.j^ih:;.' "f condeinnation against it. The Ameriean Tract.Society and the Ai rican Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missii were perrectly content with «lnvery. 1 hey preferred not lo touch it, in Iho way of opposition, with i their finders. At last, compelled by Ihu persei remonstrances of some of their [citrons, they altered some .-eneral condemnation of the system, carefully so phrased as. not to infringe upon slaveholding church-iuembers. In tho same way, The Independe (which was established because n. class of ulen w (.Towing up who, liking TIlS Obsercer't piety, wc ilis"usted with the thoroughness o( its pro-slavery) used expressions strongly i-jieleiiinntorj- ofi " general, but f.n [dirated a- to spare those slaveholders who were allied with it ns "Chrisliaa breth Dr. Cbeevcr saw the pernicious practical of Ihia course of policy. IIo Sftn &U u ffn well as wickedness, to tolerate and etcnu; Church, that which is decried n- .ul arbco by " the world." Uu saw the absurdity of a certain proportion of pulriditj the soil el i> earth" I of m.aiul.aiuing uu inteiioiiture of some thick darkness with " the liyht of the world " ; and be saw, above all, that evil example would not only nullify piety of precept, but would prove shameless hypoc- risy in those who attempted to unite the two. lie therefore nttneked slavery in tho "American Board " ns well as in the Tract Society ; nnd. as Mr. Garrison had done, he espre.-seil this opposition in the simplest anddiraetest language, making liia rebukes tell against " slaveholders," regardless of the fact that a pro- nlavery Church had rated tliem aa Christians. And this il was which first drew upoa him the opposition of The Independent. The whole of this immensely important inniler is seen, in a nut-shell's compnss, in Ihe resolution offered by Dr. Cheever iu Ihe General -ssociation of Iho Statu of Sow York, nt its meeting last year in Dr. Thorn This resolution 'condemned • slaveholding," dcel jng that the renunciation (f it ought lo be mndi condition of membership in the Christian Church. lir. Thompson opposed Ihe resolution, caused its rejection, nnd then proposed n substitute which ccn- sarca_nol " jdavcholdiog," but—" Ihe holding of ,till be in tho '^ood time cor vnnieat, with itftlave codes ar id monopolies, will rank and v. .-.J. ti.irr. i:.iiv,n-,i.-i 11. C. Wliil d thci r Is now in Bcotlonil. On Sunday, the 11th, ho preached to crowded congregations in Olas- •tales for o Bubsisteneu of fc f yoi [at Ion in the .;. miug. grcgntionnl) ; and In the ovcnln (Free). lie will hold n scries ol previous to going to Edinburgh, reception awaits b' Loudon for the delii Street Church |Ci in the Zion Clmrcli nee tings in Glasgow ,-here an entllUBinitlt ; are in progrc?! if in London of a Cot . Wif ,ve ueeds no other reply llian the following J. Miller McKlm. which shows very clearly eporter has so upon ihe testimony "f ' backers. Editor of Tti? rrrts. Is return from the North. Il will probably consisl of six Discourses. St. James i Freemasons' or E-veter Hall will be taken Tor the ocer sion. Some distinguished peiaon will preside on each Decision. This Course of Lectures will bo followed by an Aggregate Public Meeting, at which it is expected Loi-J Itronchiiui will fill the chair. You will see by the enclosed paragraph tr Eulnburgh paper that Tr. Guthrie has herald approach of Dr. Cheever to the Modern Allien. friends of the cause on your side should do all tl get tho Doctor to prolong his stay amongst Sill: I hi e ""'I } v.- Kill aid 1 add anutl: which, I fill to yon as it ia unpleasant to liiyseh, i silence to il he Will ay with Ui isprl it the polls o voroignty of that ir personating tl e I.egisl ority, b uve, acknowlodgi : stand, ifnicd be iinlv A^.ici.t.—Theci-owdcdsloteofi cok conmclled ua to defer tho record of a brutn ;o upon tho person of Mr. Lewis Tnpjian and o his grandson Mr. William Barney, committed by the ruffian Isaiah Ryndcrs.U.S. Marshal, in hisofaee on the 10th ult. Mr. Tappan tat the request of Wm. Curlia Noyea, Esq.) went wilh his grnadson to the MnrahnPs office to see if ho could not make arrangements wilh him to place in Ihe Colored Orphan Asylum, lo be edu- cated without charge to the government, tho three African boys lately rescued from a slaver on the coast of Africa, nnd then lying In the Eldridge Street Prison. 'J Mr. Tappan having stated his business in respecirul B terms, Marshal Renders I the representative of Ihe dig- f nity sod Ibc morals of the Adminis i rati on] at once ko out : " I have been annoyed enough about these incd infernal niggers. Bdecate them! Why do yon ed-c cnte poor while boys? Youdon't care a dami them, but have a mighty love for the damned nip ,. It h Jll a |..-.t-[i:.-- I 'I'-n't l...li. v,. uwunl ,.t 1 The former Cotloii supply As did its pari in obtaining and nlTonling Informal lit hi feed and bringing various parties Into c cation: and now it is time to bo organising nedon. A new Association Is just formed (jol under limited liability), which proposes n capital of £100,0011, aad to begio operations when half that 01 11 011 ut Is subscribed. Its managers espial n tho grounds or their expectation th.it the proBts cannot bo less than 25 per cent. ;"aiid their plan is to reserve all 10 per cent., to enlaive Iheu enpital and extend the se he mo. Government i* prepared lo concede land in India and elsewhere, free, or on a merely nominal rent ; to assist in providing labor [by promoting emi- gration and otherwise) and lo support the public works by which markets may be opened to Iho growers o( cotton. As the command of Suitable land, and Ihe con- ditions of cotton production bad been ascertained before, there seems lo be 110 requisite wanting ; for c cannot be n doubl about the contribution of sulU- t capital. Where tho very best cotton ever seen in cheater has come from, Queensland in Australia, there is an orcn of suitable soil, mill virgin and in s highly favorable clinintejnrgc enough lo make a Euro- 11 kingdom. The deficiency there Is of labor, and ,' it will ho supplied, our Australian colt y may plainly show. In fudin, there is a imlted supply of land and labor— tho laborers be: indnslrious nnd pnticut cultivators, fully disposed rally of tnn-port. ir-ellous beauty nud richness of 111 acccs, sweeping backward from ^.iisippi. And where Is now on ;.-. scarcely discernible I beautiful v m nnd Connec id ou Eden Hut while nn liberty, a well be other wiseaccepted as divine inspiration. N .lule the existing order prevails. Our present n.l religion nro .total failures fur tho great 1 edemption, material, moral or spiritual. And ,ur own anli-slnvery movement—a perpetual against all tyrannies—and the " still small voice I, amid the earthquakes, whirlwinds ni luing mid blasting the nations, one mij despair. Missions and missionaries of mercy ll in every age. Ours is the niani festal inn of Go. and good-will lo the children uf men in the nineteenth century. All our governments, all our religions, nro only convenient and corrupt compromises wilh sinners. naots with death," no " agreements With hall," none none, though tho very pillars of heaven fall— none, not oven to purchnve iinuicdiale millennial blessedness— this, nud this only is our gospel I All i'enlntouchs. Psnltus or Prophecies, nil pries tbowls, nllnrs or wor- eillior alone, . ourselves, free of compli friendly, protracled and nnimnlcil discission upjii siiljeet followed, participated in by Messrs. Smith, Gi ond Powell. OnSunday evening, iritevcstiiiri owning remarks v made by the Rev. Mr. Green, of the Sandwich Islands (brother of Berioh Green). He gave nn account of the introduction and uso of the ballot in the affairs t government in Ihe Sandwich Islands, and expressed li faith in the use of the ballot for the removal of slavei from this country. A. M. Powell was the next speake He spoke of Iho faith of the Abolitionfsts in the obs lute right, of the value of uncompromising individual . I,-,,-,, i.-r ..I' ih.' superiority of ihe influence of personal r. • iitu'l. on r that nf ballot -i laimcJ with compromise. Tl.- k.i' 't Tiailiec, whose work was not t„ organize either Churches or political parties, bot to go about led with the " fooli-hm-ss nf pi-i-nehiiii;," plan. As in 1S36, so now in ISfiO, in Ihe P resilient in I eninp.iigo, many will for- B Ibis Divine philosophy, nnd tho noble to which it leads, jnHl for this ouee, in Ihe emergency of the hour, lo choose the "least" of " grant evils," in Ihe liopo that good may come cby. All such Will bo in so far weakened persou- , nod the slave a loser in their sacrifice of strength. lull Green next addressed Ihe Convention nt consld- ilc length, taking lor his theme Ihe " Infidelity of the Abolitionists," which he presented in (nvornble contrast wilh Ihe popular " evangelical " religion of the country, nted by tho late Episcopal Convention, Hie meeting of tho American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, the American Tract Society, etc. I eould wish you and your readers might be favored with a verbatim report of this ith Its lights nnd shades, was rendered with ness nnd a logical ,r, I submit that, these things being so—and th iot be tlistn 1—that the cine stands )"'! where did before the Kennett Square card nppisn-i'l : a hero, so far as Th- JV.s. if. eoneerneil. I am willine. ; ,tveiL J.M.JI0K1M cannot help expre^ing our surprise, that in si place as Kennett Sipmre, iiiiyhe-iy, young or old, should have been found willing to endorse the reporter's dnlous misrepresentations of Mr. Purvis's speech and seek to e.xeile against him Ihe cowardly and v patriotism which resents every allusion to the w indicted by the Fathers upon tho black race a. outrage upon the venerated and sainted dead." We do not think Iho staid oitUcns of that Borough will feel themselves much flattered by the assumption of Iho of tho card that ilinj were railed upon to vimli- he peace and credit" of the place 1 ir philoi dry i.iih. 1 r . . 1-1 ihe elll.lc.IVe The ton e of the meetings throughout was spirited uraging.and it was a Convention which cannot 1 left n strong impress for good upon all who AN OMITTED PASSAGE. [We give below a passage in Ihe debates nl Lnmvorsary of the Pennsylvania Anti-Slave nndvertently omitted last week by the rep! jassage should have been inserted, we beli report of the proceedings of Friday evening.] ills WtiiTsov— Climidlcr Da rl ing Ion, spe the Republicans, sail I he had long been looking for such ty, and that he wns please ' .1 to support it. 1. ton, have long been expecting n party i nnd I am pleased to see it also, but I at going lo support it. 1 will lielp.ns earnestly 1 Chandler Darlington says he will, tu make it heller, bi I will not act wilh it. It is built on a corrupt fouudi ion and is therefore itself corrupt. It is part Dfa co upt government anil piria)..., necessarily of the natui •f thai government. The. goveenuieiil is renewed ever our years. Mr. Iluchnnnu is in power now. He is the" Executive not only of the Democratic but of the llepub- iean party. Thoy would have preferred Fremont, and they voted for him ami opp I Iluclninnn ; but nt the time they agreed to lake liuih: Tasiso Rkvksoe.—A few monlhs since, a man was kidnapped in tho town of Sndsbur Co., Pa., nnd na nltempt made lo sell him i The kidnapped man had been employed h linms Tbol-ne, nn nci iee Aholili .,.1 b. land li inee writing you before, I have spoken in mo principal towns in La Snllo County, Illinois, pie arc wailing nud longing tor belter things their politics or pulpits bring. Many hope Abraham Lincoln will not be elected, oven though expecting him, becaufc they fear their ilisiippnluinie greater in his election than at his defeat; many pledges and promises nre made to tho S " ". Such, too. is my own view of the lectured one evening last week In Ottawa Court House mg my audience were the brave Uossaek and Dr Stout, just released from prison, for rescuing a slnvt rom the merciless fangs of the government! that hail oluutecrcd to perform the bloodhound In hie tyrant service. They we the c Ing fro, y last In thoy embarked for the muuntnin Ferry. Last week completed til at that memorable spot. Did c On the night of the iiPtli ult. Mr. Thornes bar on fire nnd destroyed. His house was saved only by extraordinary exertion. There is scarcely a 1 tho incendiary was one of the Indicted kidnappers, whose motive, in the light of this fact, is clear enough, morning alter the tire, Mr. Thome searched the ndjoin- ing grounds for some traces of the incendiary, nnd, on going into the cornfield, he discovered fresh a man going to and returning from tho bni being followed, led to where n horse hod been hitched to the fence. These tracks were followed lo the Mt. Vernon Ilolel nud thence to Ihe residence of n indicted kidnappers, who contents of Mr. Thome's barn dlobo S2,000ovoi mi for which he was insured. His liolgh bars, by whom he is highly respected, should not suffer him to benr lids heavy loss nloue. Mr. Thome belongs lo tho class of men whu cull themselves "infidels" [a class usually as hostile to the anti-slavery movement ns Iho sectarians represented by Th: A'cw York- Qtistri.tr), but if tho minister* nud Churches in his neighborhood possessed aa much ...t the t.'hriniinn spirit as is mani- fested by him la his daily life, there would bo little danger of any one there being kidnapped and sold into Slavery. " By their fruits ye shall know them." "Why call ye me Lord, Lord, and do not the Ihlnga which I r such nn avalanche ny!" case. I and Iheiue 1 lould have drawn n large part of our ing ago. A great deal of collon d'nl ravel from the Deccan down to Iho coast j but it was n bullocks; nnd it arrived so soiled and spoilt that mytrs and sellers were discouraged. Now there nro ailwnys extending over the toblc-lnnds. and actually 1 ply on the Ganges and id then on other navigable rivers, iree produce on board on Iho Indus , moat sanguine. Tho Punjab olona Will grow more cotton than Iho whole world wants ; nnd the opening of the Indus for its will, perhops, turn out to be tho gr history of our uew cotton a up ply. West Indies, ngaiu. Ttrilisli Guiana lillas of llalboats t ml incident it .'minded him that he was an officer nf the gDvcrnmclii representative of tho Executive of the United Slntei ut this only angered him the more, insomuch that h eclnred (his cronies in the office applauding him b tamping on the floor), " I wish every damned niggc ,-es hung—huug so high Hint God Almighty eould nc each tliem ; I wish yon were hung with them ; 1 should ;ko to have the hanging of you; I'll bo damned if I rould not hang you. in handsome style." The irnto Dlcinl approached Mr. Tappan in a menacing manner, Thereupon his grandson i.i Ian student in tho office of Villinin Curtis Soyesl gently interposed, any nust not strike uiy grand rather.'' Rynders oung man by ihe hair of hi* head with both Mr, Tappan (who Is upwards of 71) years old], making Id protect him, was forced out of the n abettors of io would supply >L tell The : ang man was, after t permitted to depart. Marshal has been pro- secuted for ns;<aoli and tnlt.'ry. and, if justi ; Court, will be severely punished for I Rynders Is n fit representative of the party which ,0 sympathy and support of the editors rs of Th* Neu Turk O'isrrcer. Hie recent Pit r>:n is' mm Li' or Si-ivtnv.— Notice was given in ill |h ehurehi 3 at Richmond (Ihe centre of the domes ticsla e trade) 1 .Min.l.iv lii.it. of a meeting* tv '"' heh eve, in the on the nest day 1 the A trie an church, t.i unite in pr.iye t the ! thai view of the probable result of Ihe Presidential clcctic Think of slaveholders, slave-breeders and slavc-trndi assembling to pray for Hie safety and perpetuity their diabolical system. 77ie Mn York- Observer, 1. sharing in the panic of its Southern friends, nnd fenri Ihnt the sham Democracy and their allies were about io hurled from power, rolled up its eyes nnd gated it.-, con lite 11, nice in the awfully impressive ma idicnled in Ihe following paragraph : "A correspondent, whose note is published or last page of "' ' el: if we e Fremont *rt if you have s, nil n They said in •a all 111 Huclumaii'a term is nboi ose wo shall have Lincoh mt slaves nro sent bn'ck, aud ear IhS yoke nro put down ; mil havt all their otll How fail, then Iirii 1, hut I yeclf responsibl t into 1. not advantages. You of his v. ibjectof Diiuniou, ond said something about a State withdrawing from the confederacy, which elicited question from Dr.STEBDBM—If I'einisylvnniii should recede from tl Union, what does the genlleiunn propose to do about the public debt 1 (Applause.) Tii.im.is Wurosnx—I don't think I'll undertake nov answer Ihnt question. Dr.SVEDDixa—So, youhnd better not (moreappbiu Tuoii.m Wuirsos- (looking and speaking in his ui satirical stylo)—Friend Chairman, iboro is one It that has always seemed to me very extraordinary, I can only account for it by tho conclusion that Slebbins must be a very popular man. The Doctor nnd I have always been good friends. We always differ, be suro, but still we arc pr. it; good friends. Sow, 1 Doctor, when he speaks at ihese meetings, as ho is 1 to do from the back part of the bouse, is aure to pplnudcd by the people around hli iew ot the approaching election. -,.. ni.ue need of pray-- ' , shall man help us; Il the Lord di. not hell. The O'lsrrcir's sympathies always go with the ahnn emocracy; no amount of pro-slavery being sufficient ti irn the stomach of its editors. Seeing that party ii mger of being ovcrtlimwn, it shrieked out its dcspnii 77ir OiirriTrai licnl priochino " eem lo think It Coxtestios 1) /,rdrr<i(ora(kele ult, nnd regret lha columns, we eannc ndrerd presided, acted as Secretary. Bus ton, II. Fori Johnston and olhe Liii'li'cil papers oft.. n denounce' a de stern tii.iiu( the pulpit; but Ihey ' political firoyin/j " is quite propel of the proceedings .Chirhs P. Du.ll ul Topshiim Lcnoc Homond. E. II. Heywood mglau of Chicago, Rev. N. R. Congregational and Meihodisi ministers of Drndford offered prayers on Ihe occasion. Two Methodist clergymen al.-. . volunteered adefence of their Church, claiming that ll was anti-slavery. Tbe resolutions adopted are bleh-loned, affirming sound principles nnd meeting practical issues in a bold nnd unequivocal manner. A cautiously-worded cplstlo from Sennlor Collamer, compared with one addressed to the Convention by William Lloyd Garrison, presents a con- trast not unlike th.it between ice and sunshine! if collon growing in Jamaica, where, as I need m 'OU, the people are accustomed to cuttun tillage, and sulli, i. nilv industrious, when a market is open 10 them. They work on ihe sugar plantation* when fairly treated ; bnt they naturally put mine heart inlo oilier modes of industry. In Africa there is fair success wherever due pains have been taken lo engage tho people in industry. It is impossible to overrato the of what is going on along Iho western coast under Mr. Clegg's superintend enco and eneourage- it is no sufficient Held for our Manufacturers to for a steady supply. Dr. Livingstone is opening up notion rvei"iis 111 >' mini .viriea but thero nod patience will be requisite. About these schemes your Southern men may naturally laugh—not ipprecinling the primary object of civilizing the people, ind stopping the slave trade l> .111 industrial commerce ; aclurers arc turning their enterprise nnd capital in Ibe direction of India, Australia and the West Indies. In 1 States cotton is nn imported simple ; and there are no conditions of production which nre not matched in certain or our colonics. Wo hive command lucb larger area of virgin soil, and of labor snpe- a quality and cheapness to Hint of negro slaves ; lie proprietors will certainly take more pains their business than your Southern gentry do. They will produce collon as well and economically as he Germans in Western Texas, without their dilEcuIly hout a market, and consequent recourse to middlemen vlio absorb their prodls. Our cotton growers will not oti-ien lie ir hu-in. K to overseers who are paid by tho rcight or quant ii> ol the produi C.nnd 1 hereby templed ,,|,-,-i, .,t .. J-. r.itiun. They will set out wilh Ihu .est agricultural nn 'hods, and will know how to save heir land from deterioration. Your planter* hove [bo ,d vantage of a traditional possesion of the market; ,m! it has availed them tou long ; but Ihe time must irrivo when Hint privilege will give way before tho mprovement of the race and tbe nccda of mankind; md that time seems to be near ut hand. They havo themselves hastened it by their oppressive political— their vicious social— and now their dishonest commer- cial conduct. If they could but see their case ns other* see It, it would be clear lo them that their only ehanco now is to transfer the pecuniary value of their alsvc-s to their lands, and lo give themselves the advantage of free labor before they lose the custom of Europe. They will not see nnd do Uiis ; and they must lake tbo consequences of their own act in alarming Ihe world about the pence nnd stability of the I'nion, and disgust- ing it with Ihe vicious labor system which is implicated in both. Our manufacturers havo shown themselves1 abundantly unwilling lo admit ihe peril; 10 Ihnt thu practical proof they arc now giving of their senao of it ought tu nwako tho South to a consciousness of its situation. The planters themselves baie. not unfairly, said hitherto Ihnt Ijineasliire manufacturers wore Iho .pport of American slavery. If thai support is ing transferred lo other fields of production, icnded hy the ad vantage* of free labor, it surely e time for Southern men lo be sotting their in order. 1 have spoken only of Iho economi- cal aspect of ihe affuir. If lhat alone in so clear, what be said when it is illustrated by political .ions on the one hand, and moral ones on tbo Cbnh a, if h< ipplause (laughter). Sow, /might Blind Lei the very same question a hair-n-donon times, a would applaud me (increased laughter). My is that tho Doctor must be a very popular 1 merriment). 77.S Iftrald of Monday pub- a despatch from Washington, saying : " Quite r of loiter* have been received t.v the Secretory frum moderate- and eon.ervativo men il South, inking him to station a sufficient numb Cniled Slates soldiers in nil the nrscnala and fortifica- tions in Ihe Sottlh to prevent the arms be'mg sclied tho negroes, who. it is feared, will attempt iasurrecii. in tho event of Lincoln's election." Happy »Uv who don't want to be free— wouldn't like their free- dom, co abort, if it wero offered to Ihem I other I * - the adventurers uprom'sing your our neighbora. His ability to repeat his aggressions under the eyes and within thu reach of your government and laws la a mystery lo ui —nnd a very disagreeable one. Tbo attention of Europe isdiviih.il li.-tween the march of events iii Italy ond the meeling of despots at Warsaw. In Italy affairs fli-e improving, [rom Iho discrediting of (he Mniiinian faction, and Ibe rally of nil worthy Ita- lians to Ihe constitutional sovereign who affords tbo only practicable centre of notional action. Girlbaldl has recovered hlmiolf from his momentary swervo. and. ia In full career ngain accordingly. There will bo ereac diflkuliica for long years to come ; but the immediate peril from faction U over. The K-si account of Ihe Pope and Ids ngcnls Is ptirfinp* ll,a1 Safurdau fat-lew, in 'he series of paper, on age. of tbe Papal rouri and government, beginning win. Atonelli and the Pope fnch being the order of thf.r

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