Evcry tlii'rÃg is promising. I rcturnod home from the tleliglitful mee! ing at Worcester, perÃcctly satii-fÃcd ilic Meno Tekel was wriltcn Ãºpon American Slaycry - Ã¼elieving there is not tho least mi slak e lo Le apprehcndcd in our present couise; ve have at IcnjÃth gnt down throuh onr dd wretched :iL?tractions and miserable inconsistencics oÃ' praying, (ilcatÃing and pretitioning to abotish slavery and going straight to the poi's and voting for'oÃ¼r purty prL--lavery or slÃ¡velioTdingcandidatcs Ãt.r Congress or Vice President of the Uniiod iSlates. This belongs to ihe hazy, indistinct cloudy coursc of!Ãc past, Wc have at last got our foct dÃ¼-.vn on tho deten rock bottom, wilh a elcar sm fhiniÃ¼,.r Ã¶jn their path. Our friends now see ihut pÃ³Iitical acti on is the grcr.t power of this country, and l!-.at it is most emÃnendv a ' rcligious power, lor whieh wc are rÃ©spÃ³n,sibie to tho Almighty sg lo hfc it fÃ¼rtho slave as lo j)rom;jlc the happiness of the greatest number, as we are to -pcak ti.e Irut'ii wlich sworn as witnesses in a court of justice. JIr. CoÃ¼ins spoke at the 3:;.tc meeting at Worccster, and expressed UÃ¯u self for politieal aciion; and matiy, rt fs snppoÃ¨ed, of Mr. Cirrisi')s (Vionds see thal there is no olhcr way (br u?, and I hope Mr. Garrisoh KiroselfvviM f-cc ih.it true expedi'ncy requires thÃ3 coarse, tind lh;t lie will en;iloy liis gratul p:nveis of iÃ¼tellcct in conducÃ¼n ihc anti-?lavcry army to triutnph on ihe fio!l cf jiuÃ¼Ã¼cmI aciion. I lament that he so seriou.-ly inI jured our movÃ©meÃ±t in thcr y.ear Ãite of our politica! Exodus, and as he eces his friends concludmg to go vvÃ¼h ns in maijy instanees, that he vv 1 1 1 lor llie future pour the broadsides of his 74 into the pquatlryn of slavcry, instcad of the Liberty party.I seo no hope in New Eng!ai;d orPrew York, of tlic present pro-sl-ivcry church being Ã¼sed, as o gooil church might h;:vc been, to hÃivÃ© overturned slavery ataÃ±o. - We have no choice therefqiÃ© leÃt. btit by a vigorous use of polilical powcr as a ChriÃtian duty, lo storm the caslic of sjavÃ³ry. The Church has refutad the great and imrnortal honor of overthrov. ing this horrible power. 'i'he power of the church vas natura tlv iittci!, and by forco of po.-ition and moral capital emincntly suited to have underiaiiÃ¨Ã³ this work. She had Ihe immortal hunor tendered to hor, for sevcn long year?, but she refused, as a great whole, to give us the bencÃ¼tof a single censure, or even a wcll-tiinod scowl at Ã«lavÃ©ry; but ?!ie has been liberal in the use of the satire kind of g rape and cannister shof, which.she has leveÃ¼cd at us, as hor targc!, u iih scientifie dextcrity. U wc coÃ¼id not employ the cburch of this country to ovcnurn slavery, what other meaiiÃ¶ had we lelt but a reÃ¶prt to the baliot box. Most clearly vvcdesirod to have it olherv. se in the bcginning of the reformation-, but pohtical action lias been forced upou us, as Ãº dernier resort, or elsc abiindon the glorious enterprise. This ycar wiil settlc the quÃ«sfion in the minds of the slayeholiler ii::d bis Ã³]lÃ³jisis;, Ã¡Ã±tl thosetimid neutra Is who are e.xis'ing at ihe cenire of gravny, and are a.fi liiieiy lÃ³ o oue way as ;:n.,lhcr, or from an oquaiiiy of attraclion lo be held halfrway bei ween a well balancei Ãbubtahtl a thriving conjucture, until ihey pÃ©trify for want of molion, and pass down to coming times as the violims of Ã¶Ã¶piliofi. Tiiat political aclion, the instrument by which siavcry was creaÃed and perpclÃºated, a now to bc cinploycd in the holy h-Incas of undoing the mÃ¯schiÃ©f and wrong which in days goue by it had [)Cipetrated, I urn conÃident.