â E. B. Reeder. a chista.of Cincinnnti, andeiewardin the Methodist E. Church, has been found guilly ofslav. holding, and removed trom oiSce, agreeably I to the discipline of thut Church, which pw vidos that no slaveholder ehall hold au office 1 if the luws of the state where Le livee adm'ti of emanci pation.Liberia ia a alckly country Ãfrica 'e âº minary saya: "All animÃ¡is, ftora man inclusive, and dovuvarde,eome froo whereverthey may to ihis Cape, aro attncked wilb fe ver, and havo to undergo a regular acclimaÃ¼og procesa." Cttrl Ja stoted that some of iho Londoo papers are oearly fiiled with the news froio Ihe United Stntes. The proceedÃDgs in Ar kansas, Indiana, ÃFinpia and Michigan, reÃa tive to not payiDg theiÃ¯ interest, are commeuted on with great st;verity.The Correspondent of the N. Y. Evangv elist, writes from Washington: "Every important movement madÃ¶ by the foes of slavery in the Norih, is watchecS with intense interest by the thinking por tionofthe slaveholders. And the outbreaking of the fires of liberty, so long pent up, in Easl Tennessee, where public meetings to put down the slave system have commenced, excites much attention."