Vv e wish the Scr.viJeÃ© of tha tree S:nt6 w v.Id 'erone question; On what r.rc founderl fhe Won ! 08 to Kbu:l ih peopffl of tJ;o Norih.vave so hnjib;.-;::?-.']? ;On iheir nvmericul strcngth? They number scarceJy 3OJ,Ã¼ÃU. ni thepeople wiih whom they ar ir.nn; iiumediately conuccted, aro a smail miiioriiy (tfthe whole populatiÃ¡Ã±. On thcir wcal'.h? In agriculiiual wenlth they are beland the poopie of the frec Siates; i.-. eonitnerce and manujfoctures, tlierc is scarccly roo:n (ur cotnparison. On their nurul worth? The question is niockery. On their obnmlanr chanties? Probably, thrcÃ© fourths ot nll the contribÃ¼tiona to the benevolÃ©nt and religieus insiilutiona oi' the land come Ãrom thÃ© free Stn'os. On :heir valac a3 customfirs oi ihe. North? It is estimnted that tho si aves now owe the free, 20J.C0J.ÃU0; a debt they wiÃ¼ never be ablu to pny. On tlieir genius f Scven-eighihs of all tlie American amhors of'anv nrtle in Lire'ralure or Soicnoc, are boni, and flouiish North of M.isun's and Dixon's line. O:i th(;ir inttUigmeo? One n cvery four pcrsr.ns oÃ thcir adult population, can neithur rcad nor wriie. On their abÃ¼iiy for good gorc.rntncnt? The :ounrry has been controlled by them for the last 20 years, nnd what is the Ã¯cidt? Why, then. we ask, are hese men allowed to (111 a large Ã¯riajority of the most important ollices of the government, and to make its udminisiration subservient to the interesia of elavery, r:t the expense of the honor and welfare of the whole nation? We ask the dotigh -faces, of the North again, on what do you ground the claim of your laasters, the slaveholders. to rule tiiis Union?