-On our fir st page, inthe piare of our nstial notes bn Poli: kal E- coiioiny. will be found an extract fiom Dr, Comstock's LÃ¨ctÃ¼re before the Young Mens Lyceum. Tne snbjcc U onÃ¼of mucii impor timcp, anrf s fu-sl reeeiving public attenlion.- It beins to be discÃ¶yered thnt, were the eys- tem oftcrediting ab .liÃhedas far as practicable, evefV porton couKI buy more g'odd, at ifj prices. b" tnoi2 independent, and could do b'isinp.-s wiili less r.k. A large army ofslierilT-, constables; vvilhesses, j irie.s, luwyer., j'idges, nnd jus tices, whu Kve vvlioly onn pnrt by consumiÃ¼g the prodticts of tle working iripn't! indiigtfy., wi'Ã¯iout prodacing any porlion oftlie psiblic wealth, might be more usefully employt-d. No blame, howevor, can be iittached to tlieir present em.'loyment in collecing debts. Thcy carn what thpy rfci'ive. - - But the sijstem, as now praciccd, is injurious b.itli to debtor and creditor. (Ã¯AccoriIing to the report of the pnpers, Mr. Adtins thinks latlter cDiitemptuously of the tcmprrance pledge and temperan -e socieMis. Ilis prn,ctise correspuncTa with his faith The correspondejit of the Froe Press 3ays,that on New Yeara diy, ? he treued his vuitors, to some excolli'nt nkl wine."Ãtr5" Ã'iie Liberator is out npri the Liberty Party in several columns a week ivith a!l the ppwcrs of rletonc anrj oratory. It represe-ifs ilie u"ho!e rn )vemcnt. us .1 cevice of t!ie Djvil, ridiculod?, cotiteinptibli w;cIpc), absurd, inefficent.LilÃD'.itian.Si,;. &.:. wr.t:r scera? to forcl tiint tlic Iiberty nvtn can no more be lidÃenle! out uMhfiir princpleÃ¡, than tliey enn hfi'l)'iin'nio7.!c(! by artifico, or faced down by p:ib!ic soniimi'iit.