-There is every indicationthat anollier summer campaign win ue qecessary. it is said that the troops are now so well acquainted with the country jhat they will burn up all the crops of the Indians, and distress thcm exceedingly, which will lead, in all probability, to tÃieir surrender in the ensuing autumnl Boston Post. i'Burn up all Ue crops of the Indians ajd distress them exceedingly V Vyhat a ioble object for the only free p.epple on arth! To burn up the fields of a handlul qf Indians and thereby prevent iheir harborjng vi, few runaway slaves. Surely Ãhis is an object worihy the expendtture of thirty or fort'y millions. "What has the North to do with Slavery?' Lynn Record. 6?-Jeffkie8, the celebrated British Jleviewer, once remarked that it was fris fjrm belief thnt ']'i )remium nfathousand tloHurs wero oflfered for tle best translaijon, of the Greek Bible, it would be taken by a Yankee, who, till the ofier was made liad never seen a word of Greek in hislifc - that he would commence learning the language immediately, to qualify himself for the great undertaking, nnd wouid finjan tÃie whole work quicker than any other pcrson, and bear off the premium.