be effected in all time, by common prosperity.
If we separate in peace if separate we must; the tares which evil influences have caused to spring up among us; will be eradicated as the productive cause will disappear, and under the blessing of Providence, we will live as neighbors and deal as friends.
While these considerations admonish all so strongly to just and temperate action, I can but think that a peaceful solution of all present difficulties is fairly within our reach, and I may veding.
If all the North had been as faithful and just to their Southern brethren as the Old School Presbyterians, the country would not now be where it is. New School Synod
Bishop Clark, of Rhode Island, delivered a sermon in Grace Church, Providence, on Sunday morning, on the state of the country, in which after portraying the extravagance of both Northern and Southern fanatics, he says: "If such counsels rule, our case is hopeless — Let those who have a real interest in the preservation o