The South cnnnct agree what ia the best method of killuig abolition. Mr. Wise contends valianily ihat a GAG will most efiectually stop the ogitatÃon. A wrÃter in tke Richtnond whig,pledges 'his Jife' that a repeal of the gng rule will kill it ia six raonlhs. Hearhim:"Repeal ihat 21st article, wipe ofF that, foul blot upon the page of conatitutional legislaciÃ³n and my life for ix, Abolitionistn will be dead, dead, DEAD, in Jess than six montlis. But if you wish eterna} agitation and recrimination betweon our hitherto beloved and unitcd country" let ivl gag remnin 03 the bond of uniÃ³n be- tween thÃ© 'doughfaccs'" of the north and the South." Th ere is a dtseusaion going on in thia city, on the Bubject of slavery, betwoen Rev. Mr. Davis, ofGeorgia, and Rev. Mr. Lincoln, Gen. Appleton and oihere, of this ctty. - Portland Tribune. The progress of kaowledge is slow, like the march of the sun. Wo cannot bc him moving bul after a time we may porceivo thnt he ha moved onvrard.