-This gentlemanhas addressed a letter to the editor of the Emancipator, complaining of "the spirit in which the Emancipator is conducted," atÃd auggesls "the propriety of disconliuuing this couree of bitter censure" towards the abolitionists who voted fur llurriso;; u.,u Tyler. He thinics ihat nothing wil! be gained by such a course for t!ie future good of the cause, while it will be "productivo of deepand perbaps incurable irlteruilions of feeling nroong hreihren of the same general failh." He also cotnplains of (he Address oÃ Alvan Stewart, to the Abolitionists of the United States, n which, Mr. Stewart calis President Tyler a "robber of human rights." "a miserable human fiesh rnÃ³nger," "an owner, growcr, buyer and seller of men, women and children," and represents the President of the United States as more deserving of the States' Prison than the horse Ihief, inasmuch as the latter only rohs a man of his properfy, while the President "robs a man of his mind, his property, labor, wife and children, of temporal and eterna! existence."