The subscribe! informa tlicrs metpueot Anti-S!uvery Socie tioÃ, and all pereons wfro do Mire to read lie SJavery piiblications that have issued 'ro.-n thc Amoik-un p'rÃ©ss, that he has purchased all the b'Ã³ofcs; panr.phlfils; tracls, prints etc. Jately belongirig to ihe American Anti-Slavery SocÃety, ai.iÃÃ³ofrtiÃJg to nbout Ã©icrht thousand (follarÃ©, Ã¡t'old pricns, which lio oflers for snle by his agent in any muinlity, al Iota pnces for cash onli. Samples will be kopt at his office, cÃ³rner Ã³f Hanover Ã¡nh lSxcrjai%e sfreets, and orders wijl be promtly iittendetl to. A catalogue of the principal publications isanjÃexed, and tlie prices pnt ngainst thom are the present (reduced) retail prices. By the Ijuddredor larger quantitv, tliey will be sold louei --say for bound volumes 2.rj per cent, discount Ã on pamphlets. traets and piclures, -A) per cent. discount. Witli respect to most of them tfiis'j s below the acÃ¼ÃaÃ cost ia me in' cash. They vrere' not purchased witli a viow tp sell at a pbrfit but to subserve the Anti-Slavery cause, Siich an opportinity has not previously oceurred to obtain Anti-SÃuveiy publications ni tliese reduced prices, and probably wÃ¼l not again. (Editorsofnewspapera are roquested to copy this adverti.-cment at length for three monthp,and their biÃ¼.s will be paid in bonk?,eic. Please send a copy of the paper confaimnj? tte advertisement. LEVVIS TAPPAÃ. New York, Marcli lst, 1842. BÃ¼USD VOLUMES. American Slavery as it is, muslin 50 Anti-Slavery Manual 20 Alton Riots, by Pres. Beecher, of 111. Coll. 12ma -5 Alton Trials 25 Slavery Record, vola, t, 3 and S set 50 , Appeal, by Slru. Child S7 1-2 Anti-Slavery Hxiiminer, bouncf vols. 50 Beauties of Philanthropy Sil 1 3 Buurne's Picture of Slavery 50 Buxton on the Slave trÃ¡de 50 Cabinet of Freedom (Clarkson's history of Ãlre slave trade,) yole 1, 2 and 3 eet 1,00 Chloe SpeÃ¡r 25 Chanmng on Slavery 25 Duntan on Slvery 25 ErnÃ¡n. Ãn the W. 1. by Thome and Kitnball muslin 50 Do" by do h boards with map 25 Enemics of ConstiÃ¼on discovered 50 Fountam, plÃ¡iu binding, o4rr.o. 12 1-2 Gustavus Vassa 50 Grimke's Letters to IVÃiss TÃeecher 37 1 % Jay's Inquiry 37 1-2: Jay's View 50 Light and Truth L0 Life of Granville Sharp 15 Molt's Biographical Sketches 37 1-2 Memoir of Rev. Ãemuel Haues 75 Do ofLovejoy 62 1-2 North Star, gilt edges SÃ¡ 1 -3 j Pennsylvania flall 75 j Quarterly Anti-Slavery ftlagnzfeie, Cvo. 1,00 RankiiÃ's Letters, 18mo. 100 pp. 2o Right and wrong in Boston 20 Star of Freedom, umslin 12 1-2Sluverv- contamina Usclaranon oÃ Ã¶entimentsand Consiitution of the Amer. A. S. SociKy: WesleyVrhontrhÃ¯s on Slavery: Does theBilile sanctint) Slavery? Address to theSynod of Kentucky, JNarative of Amos Dressor, and I Why work lor llio Slave? bound in one vol. 25 Slave's Friend, S2mo. vola. 1, 2 and 3 set M SonfrsoftheFrefi 33 1-3 Thompsons Reception in Great Britain, 12mo. 20 Testimony of God agninst Slavery, ISmo. 20 WheatlyPhillis Memoir of 2: West iridies, by Professor Hovry 50 West Indies, by Harvoy nnd SÃ¼irge 7b Wesley's Thouglits on Slavery, in rnuslin, with portrart 1Ã 1-2 PAMPHLETS. Sets A. S. Almanacs, from 183G to Ã8ÃÃ inclusive 37 I 2 Address to the Free People of Culor 1 Ancient Landmurks 3 Apology for Abolitionists 3 Americnn Slavery as It Is- the Testira-Tny ofaThousand Wilnesses 25 Address on Itight of Petinon 2 Address td Senators and RepreÃ¡entatives of the freo States 1 Address on Slavery (Germnn) 1 Address of Conregational Union of Scotland 1 Address of Nationn} Convention (GermÃ¡n) 1 Ann. Rep. of N. Y. Comurittreof Vigilance 25 Do. of Mass. A. S. Society 12 1-2 Appeal to Women in the nominalJy free States 6 1-1 Aulhentic Anecdotes on Americnn Slavery 2 Address to the Ciittrch of Jesus Clirist, by the Evaiigfclicol Union A. S. Society, New York city. 4 Anti-Slavery CatechiÃm, by Mrs. Child 6 1-4 Adnms', J. Q.. Letters to his Constituents 4 Adams', J. Q. Speech on the Texas Ques' tion 12 1-2 Annnal Reports of Am. A.. S. Society, Sd, 4th, Oth and 6'h V2 1-2 Anifuul Reports of N. Y. city Ludies' A. S Society 3 Appeal Lol the Christain Women of the Soutli 3 Biblc against Slavery G Collection of VaJ-uabÃ¯e Documenta 6 1-1 Birney's Letters to the Churches 2 Birney oiÃ¯CoFoniatiun 2 Chattel Principl- a Summary of the New Testament argument on Slavery, by Beriah Green 6 Chipman's Discourae S Channing's Lettets to Clay C Condition of Freo People of Color S Crandiill, Reuben, Trial of 6 Dissertation on Servitude il -2Dckinson's Sermn S Does the Bibie sanction Slavery? 1 Dec. of Sent. and Constitution of the Am. A. S. Society 1 Diacussion bet ween Tiioropson and Breckinridg'e 25 Dresser's Narrativo S Extinguisher Extingnished 3 Ehnote Corresponderse C: do in sheets 4to. 2 Erotincipation in West Indies Thome and Kimbnll 1-2 1-2 Emnneipation in West Indies in 1353 3 Freedom's Defcnse 6 Garriuoii's Address at Broadway Tabernacle G Guardiarr Geuius of the FederuÃ¯ Union 6 Genei ous Planter 3 Gillett's Review of BushnelPs Discourse 6 Iuimediate, not Gradual Abolition 12,-2. Jay's Thoughts on the Duty of the Episcopal Church 3 Laberty, 8vo. 25; do; I2mo 15 Morris's Speech in answer to Clay 3 Mahan's Rev. Jufin B. Trial in Kenfucky 12 1-2 Martyr Age in America, by llatriet Marti neau c Moi'ern Espediency Considered 6 Poweji oÃ C('nresÃ¡ over the District of CoJumbia G 1-4 P!e:i ur tho Slavp, Nos. I, 2 and 3 S pro,prd,n rg of 'Jie Meefinir to form B'ondway Tubeinuclo Anti-iSiitvery SocietiS Pro-Slavery Eural Code of Haitif Roper, Moscs Nurrative of a Fugitivo 12 Sla ve Rights of Culorcd Men 12 1-2 Kuggies'a Antitiutp 6 Rifln and Wrong in Boston 'ÃS 1 2 Ã¨iav iv iiiyjnr-.-i Ã Slojde'fe Speech in CongzÃ©sa in 1S8 :"; SmiiJr.s GerriU Letter [p Jas. SniyHe 6 Jo. Letter lo Uenry Cluy l Slavcholding InvariabJy Sinfcl, "aiulurn in ?cy' c Southhr(d's Mamial . 1 Star of Freeuoiii 4 Sclimuckor jiikI mitli's Lettcra G Slaveliolder's I'ni.ycr 1 .S.';ivcho(iJ)ÃÃ WeiÃÃlied ;3 Sl;n;ery in America (London); do. (Germany) 8 TIio MÃ¼rtyr, by BeriÃ¡fi Green Tlnnfjs for Ãor.hern Men to rÃo Views of Cojonization, by Itev. J. Nourse Views of Slavery and Emancipalion, by Miss ÃJartÃnean G Weslcyan Sla very Review 2; War in Texas, by I'cnjainin Lundy G VVhy work for the Slnve 1 Wilsotrs Address on West India Emanciputiun 4 TRACTS. No. 1. St. Domingo, No. 2, CÃ¡ete, No. 3, ColonizaciÃ³n, No. 4, Moral ComlÃ¼ion of the Slave, No. 5, VV'hnt it, Abolition? No. 6,The Ten ('onmiandments, No.7 Unntrer andSafoty, No. 8, IVo-Slavory Bible, No. 9, Prejiidiee ngainst Color. No. 10, iNoriherrr Dealers m Slaves, No. 11, Slavery and MÃsÃioijs No. 12, Dr. Nelspn'a Lccture on Slavery. The abo ve Trncla are sold at 1 cent each. PRLNTS, ktc. Ilhistr.Hinns of t!ie Anti -Slavery AÃmanac for I&40 SI The Euvincipated Family 2.1 Slave Markot o f America Correspondence belweenO'Connel and Stevenson S Do. do. Clay and Calhoun 12 1-;J Printer's Picture Gallery 2 Letter paper, stamped with print of Lovejoy phect 13 Do. with Slave slieet 1 Payer for Slaves, with Music, on cards 1-2 P-ofrait oÃ'Gerrit fSmith 50s In addition, are the following", tlie proceed of which vvill po mÃo tho Meiuli:m funt!. ArgtÃÃÃ±ent ofllon. J. Q,. Adams in the caite of the Amistad African3 2.r Argument of Roger S. Balwin, Esq. do do iL 1-2 Tri.-il of the CapÃ i ves of the Amistad (i Conoressionnl Document relating to do. 6 Portiait of ClinqiKÃZ 1,00 Marcij 3d, IB42.