The following is amouei oÃ episcoiary correspondence. A fow more pitby comnriunicalions of the kind would bc quite eeasonable." "AusTiNBUnou, June 28, 1841. PintANTUBOPisT.- Ten dollars- donation. 'Let freedom ring!!' L. B. Austin. Faith and works- poetry and cash- no compound like it, to remove congestiÃ³n, increase healthful action, and quicken the circulation of the Press.- PhilanthropÃ¼t. Rely upon it, there are but two sorts of abolitionism. The dreamy, apeculative, transcendentel, inoperative abolition that rests in opiniÃ³n, and profession and denunciation ; and the practical, straight forward, eflÃ«ctive abolition, wbich is prepared for the actual use of "all right and lavvful means,"and which intends to"brenk every yoke," and really "let the oppressed go free." Brcthren, we go Por the real. We cannot go back . Come with us and strength. en us, and let us do the work.