the South of that day approved it as well as the North.
Our Church took her true and proper position on the subject of slavery in 1845, and on that ground, so just, so scriptural, and so satisfactory to the South, every General Assembly has, for the past fifteen years, firmly stood and is now standing.
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 of harmony and peace rise and take these matters out of the control of men who get their living by agitation.
The Journal of Commerce gives the following explanation of the recent landing of ammuni