-Mr. Pierponl't? ableana eloquent sermÃ³n, on trio (Jovenont with Judas, closes with the following pertinent question whlch the Christian Citizen wil! not be long in solving: "My brethren, mucli as we may venÃ©rate our fathers, we must venÃ©rate still more the rights of uian, and his Maker's laws. Though we may reverenlly cherich their memory, and ealoiisiy guard their famc we must not forret tliat there is One, wliose aiithority is Ã¯iglier tlian theirÃjand. Ãfit be true thnt in the aws winch they made for us, they have reqnirod us to do nny thing so incompatible vith the commnnds of th o Most Mirf, that we cannot nbey Iliern botl), I most ' seriously Ã¼k you, Which shall we obcy - our dcad fathers? or, our Livi.nÃ¼ God?"