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, , $ net t.tan a. TffK BIJA.CKS AD TUB RE f'-j 1 ,BELL10Nf. s I -V-THWr re fltljer wojr of cntsUing the prit of tho Soatlieru rebellion thau by fttsa bittlea, and ny general sur-rx sur-rx the'peratioBs of the campaign Wch U bbw optmiiff, in order to be cotu-jjkte, cotu-jjkte, mast nclude these. Some ro rather &tfel ia-clmrcter; and raco at the JJoflhywiil" differ geriouslj about them. TWieare bmpMe to police first, in order w tfe pebiic way hvo oraple lime for ''wlfng.upeB tho ceftseqae'ucet of their M Wore? rhsrilnjT.l3'filjr into, them, in UtCokMtrslioa incident' to omf sudden fKitcaest. J We hare witnessed several TtwiIdj;fnMticalcoutburst' of jiublit wwisinco ttie 'cprawencemeurof the strdi(.-ultte; when it would hafi dnogerirtiethnythe loflumed Haul' Hmo4d wrong- direction.'' t'.Krit V deiire 'to call attention to m subject or.the' Southern skvw, which, oll'thatfcnu be done,, will thrust Foalnentlyc before the people, and InroliJg way tod,. Wti cannot Hkr istrpdace thT tui-mo than by qnot! g the following extract of a speech ! Ja.bihe Uoh.DanieJ S:DIckinson, jMfcer fifth TenufliHotel, KewYork ffr Hace'tMe outbreak of t)6 war; Ilid that his .hearers would bear fwwltaoss tbatha hod Jonjj endeavored Vstay; thai itoria-thai bus now arisen, to bring-about some peaceful settle, wot of iigalrs. liut now tho South, first "T.'.uff. ond, second by Bring on the ."f. M dosed (he door of recouciU W0, Ua wu meotlng thein on 4hclr ground; IIe,fwoald. have no half. 3Bs,ir-oc6mpiiomisesj hit us H this Wg, speedfly ,ttad surclyi It J ruinitlibj geaeratton;'but we owe It W tbs-nextlthat they should have no such robM M w) bavft bad .jijvouTd nkehoWln our njlghr1, nnd, If necessary, 'i tbefiouth frora tbefaceorttoiartbi kM b7 wottld heto civil rrf and ,'what wan' far' wonc,. itrviie war; and be would mnkctt propliccj1, that by the time i.tltl Batter was settled the peculiar instt tutton of the South would be swept ftwitv, IM "us finish, tiling white we are about ft, and leave nothing behind us.';! . If tlifs had been some impalsivo radical. Apt to Molfitt rauddm, wo' should. Jin ve tiattlbtii' little kifentfofi' to (t . TJutSlr. Uicklnton f reprcsintatlvo-man, .IJe has bVen n tncmtwr; ottho' United. States Seriate front , thejgreat State of New York, nnd a cahdt'date' for thc Prcsldeney, The State of;VirKtn1o once prcsentttl iiitn "is her candidnte to" tlic Uemocrniic 2ta-ttenarOonTentlott,'aBd' 2ta-ttenarOonTentlott,'aBd' lib declined the honor, .For years' to has been' the recog. nixed leader' of the moit extreme Pro-Slavery Pro-Slavery wing of the New Vork conservative conserva-tive Democrats - Undtr- such circumstances, b- 'tlcclarn-Hon 'tlcclarn-Hon liko tlie' above. -from him creates a sensation;, not.' temporary,, but deep, and lasting,'' His utterance js. topTcd 'nnd commented upon nil over the if orthotic-: orthotic-: where with censure; and occaslohalty. with t approval; Kdr is it to be denied that ; Mr Dickinson spoko the sentimenw5 of I vast. numlers of people fn the "North - who arc wearied out wilh this, unending negro excitement, and are resolved now to make a Dntsh.of it In some way; If the South U, a it seems to be;.bent on nccotoplishing the. ruin of all Northern merchants nnd manufucturcra doing, bbstnesi with It, there docs not appear to be any longer reason to restrain the danger to Suntbern Jsoeiety from the explosion of slavery, against which we have all struggled o long, and to prevent which We haro msde sojnany.sacri'lces. ; ; The time.hfts at length arrived when wq cannot nfford to Slight (lus matter with a .few generous, words. , We have ; Struggled Vainly to miiko. our.Soutlicrn friends understand .the inailnesa of the course they are pursuing but , since, they scent to be bent on compassing ouf. ruin as well as' their own. it is. best that we should lay bro the. whole wound und f probe it to flic full dcjtli. Ilcfore doing to, fetus repeat that the piratical course the South is pursuing towurds its iNorth-i iNorth-i crn creditors must absolve m, from nil considerations of fellowship. ThOsq wjio choose to.btccine outlaws must tike the justice which Is meted .to such, IVefmvd, otr a recent occasion, given lu fnlj the in-j in-j famous provision nrged in. Tennessee with regard to "Northern debts, Had a they were, and mipructicable or wordecmvd Lth(SW,;tlieOQVfcruoto dcorgta' has nil; 'dertflken to cs'rry thttn' Into tftvet lie i has issued a proclamation fordiditiug tho payincul of bvbu de to Northern lncit, land mpiiring them to he paid into the treasury of the State for public service. ; lit -similar WnJf our .vessel happening to be jn Southern orls have lici-ii, Miiw-d before be-fore the commencement of any waruud the-jHilicy of privateering to prry npuu our cvmmcrco U t.-arntstl wiguged lit, ' As we therefore, o'wo nothing to the ! honor or honesty of the South, we may. if we choose, pay her Up in her own coin;! or, nitlicr.iritlict upon" hyr. such n blow ol sliOv-will jitot easily recover from Tlte' South has affected to laugh at tho idea of i the slaves taking advantage of tin trouble j to sccurt! itlttir liberty. Hut no sooner did thfr Northern Iroops enter Maryland,' than even there, where the institution assumes Us mildest formund vonld. bo Safe, lr aiiywhtre, .the negroes "lied to them ! as friends, and besought them to be, allowed to accompany the army. One! slave was promptly returned by a New fork company, aiid his owner immediate-' ly put him In jail. There were a uuiuber of cases, and in each instance the Northern North-ern -meu refused to coiiutcunucc the fugitives. fugi-tives. Nay. more; Jirig.-Ocn. Butler, hi j command of Annapolis and the Northern troops, addresses the following fetter to1 the Governor of Maryland; J "1 have understood within the last hour that some apprehensions were cnler- lalned of an insurrection of the negro' population of this neighborhood. I ra anxious to convince all classes of persons that the forces under my command arc not here in any way to interfere with, or countenance any interference with, the laws of the State, I am, therefore, ready to co-operate with, your Excellency in suppressing, most promptly and effectively, any insurrection against the laws of Maryland.-" Somo two months ago, while Lieut SIcmmer was In command Of Fort Pickens, Pick-ens, 'seven slaves fled to the fort s a place .ofVefuge, butwere st'ooco returned to their owner, by whom- they were mercilessly mer-cilessly punished. When theso slaves were surrendered, Lieut, Slcramer was desperately in uced'ofmeu, and they would havo been of essential nse to hlra. A rebel, belonging to tho force besieging tho fort, is reported to have sold that ft the slaves had not been given up, there would not have been a negro left in all that port of Florida. And Who can doubt it? Gov. Sprdguo returned to their owner, the Hon. Gcorgo W. Hughes, of Wasli-j ington, Md., three shtrc$ who followed the llbode Island regiment ten miles in hopes of escape. Fortress Monroe, also, is very much annoyed by fugitivo slaves seeking refugo ttere, but in all cases they are returned. , AVhilo our Northern troops are thns chivalrously taking care of an institution which they all abhor, the South is forcing the ntgroes to- work in tho bnifdlug of forts nud bi doing nil thq drudgery of war, aad in Now Orleans and Memphis they are arming the free negroes. Cases have been paraded in Southern papers where slaver, and free negroes had invested all their-hard-earned savings In bonds of the joan to aid tho rebel government. Does anybody; believe this, is dond .voluntarily? When the blacks hear constantly all about tbecotomurb taid agtlnstos ss th enemies 6f lavcry, ,Is It likely tht, they would.do sach hctsf Vol The South 1st forcing .the necroeslnto (hewaf.nndU'mnit.Xaku whatever cowt'equeoces'tnay arise thcre-from:; thcre-from:; . ' j "Nor aretbere lacking northern combustibles combus-tibles to kindle this terrible, conflagration, John Drown, jr., the son of old Osawa-tdmle Osawa-tdmle llrownj of Harper's Ferry notoriety, ; Is gathering at Dearer Creek, in Western I'cuusvttania, ji force '61, -negroes .tojn-j rade the South nudfreo tho lavcs.. There cati be uo doubt of this; Four, hundred were gathered, at the- Insl accounts, nnd i were in camp undergoing military, instrjny tion. ThcyJ were, exiicctlug fifteen hundred hun-dred blacks additional in a, few days, and had reccired a large supply of provisions-from provisions-from .l'ittsburgb. They ure within ii day's, inarch of the Virginia Iiur;nre weUdretscd, and armed, principally come from Canada,! atidt.Uterefure; are escaped 'ogitives eager! to wreakthcir.veiigrancft.oit the Sonjherft whites. "Led by 'the sou of Johii llrownj they will be dangerous, indeed". 1 -"In, the Mobile IbgUier we Gnd'ab acconut of' another projected raldriwliich that paper says' Is accompanied by the name of tho writer, with a request that it should not be published, lest it bring him to lipnishmcr.t,' 'Ho' says that n gang of eleven or twelve .hundred dcsierato men is organizing In Northern IINuoU audi Sonthcrn Wisconsin, to ict out for-TeXas, j to stir up the Inillansito houilillcs, plunder plun-der the-country, omltof course, free, the sla ves. Thv leader is n man named Johnson, John-son, expelled from Arkansas as, an Aboli tionist, nud eager for revenge. Another brunch of the cxneditjon is to sail.froro' Doston in a vessel laden with ice; bound for Florida, nud is to operate on the Gulf coast tastof Teias. .If a servile insurrection, incomes formidable for-midable nuywhure, wlut la to keep It down nil over the South? It is well known that .the whole (our millions, of slaves, are in a ferment, and cpcet-their speedy liberation. liber-ation. "et, whli this, mine under their feet, the Southern States uf crushing fn'tb ja wiir, the events at wiiicli may place it bc-.yoinl bc-.yoinl our power to arrest the catastrophe 'alluded to. Already we find Northern 'JourimJs eagerly advocating the Mlicy of reucoamglitg fugitive iduvcs. It maybe that when the insurrection liuppens, as 'happen it must, there.will l6 gcueriflniul men In our army generously disposed to 'curry out the idea of General Umlcryaiid , turn aside from the- duty before tliciu toj tiiprestlie-rev'oIt, HiitlfIS tfoielfiat; We should decide what we'nro 1,0 do.. Wv-arovnibsrkiiig Wv-arovnibsrkiiig inn war tO'vindicate the authority of the Government nud to siiji-press siiji-press rebellion. If the slaveholders are insane enough tot war nguinst us, Ict, tlir m Uvith their own-fniwcr tnkt care of their 'sUvcs. We dd not perceive .tiiut they arc f capablu of uiidvr.ilauding (he obligatiojt ithey would be unijcr tn us for- such scf-I scf-I vices, mid, In. it mill lory point; of view, li Us not diiricult to ucrefivo which way mr jadvnntagc lies. FhllathljAta IS'ortA -Aw.