The whL nd democra pnrties in thaf State nppenr to have mited their efibrtp. at hmw, to prevent the growth of the Ã¼herty party by enacinj vy pnod stn'.w !iws. They also gravrly mtnict thoir dcloation in congfre6f on anti-slavery pnbjpc'F, hut pieh nstriirtinn-have Ã¼ttle or no nfl tence-, the deleptes vvHI that no'lttnjf wn seriotiely intended or deeired by the pnrties whtch tlipy represent. At Wat-ninton in the nationn! governtnent, where the Tree etatcs clueflv Come In contact wMj the slave power, and where party intereets Wotild be emlangerd by Viporous cfiort. therenothingr js dono, nor is ihy complaitit tnaÃ¡e for doingr hothinj;. Mr. Slade. eiutÃe his paHicipation in the Harrison and Ty!er caHipaigij, hts scarcely been heard from on the snbjoc. The followinjr latv is exoollcnt on the point to Whieh it relato, tt tvill be seen that the Ct is different froth What we publishod two weeks since, the sennte havingf afterwnn!? inSfcrted the fst-ovÃ¯sfi nfter tection 3, probnb'y fetrlng it would ConfÃict wiih the United States Constitutie).- JÃx. Paper. No. l5.--AÃr Aart, tÃ¶h tflK PRÃ¶rftCTiON oÃpersonal LlSKRTt.It is hereby fehafc'fid by ihe Genern] Assctnbiv of thfc Sute of Vennoht, as foÃlotts: Site. Ã. Ão court Ã¶f refcord ih this Statr, noranyjudjrethereÃ¶f, 0 justice of the peare nor other rnagislrate, adlitig under the aulhority of thia Slhte, shall hereaft er take co?Ã¶iÃ¼atioh of, of grant ny certifÃcate warrnnj or other proci-99, in atiy cape nmwg tinder tcciinli three of b act of tongrptg, passeri Pebildfy tWel'tli, VerÃteen hunrfrpd rtniJ ninety-three, entjtld 'an net rpet:t irijj fÃ¼gitive from jtioric', afid per8on sfiapiiie fforn the eervice of their ffiastel-3,' to ariy perpoh Claim - iuff ny othÃ¶r persou ae a fÃ¼giiiVÃ¨ lafre, ift tjjis Sute. Skc. i. No slieriff, deputy sheriff; high bailiff, constable, jniler, or other officer or citizen oÃ this State, ehÃ¼ll hereafter, eeizn, arrest, or detaur, or aid Ãn the seizurp, arrest or deient ion or iÃ¶iprisonment in ony jaiJ or othr building, belongringto this State, or tol ny coimty, town, city, or person the-eiÃ¼, o' ny persor, for the ÃeStoÃ± Ãhat he is or may be claimed as a fn?jive Ãlavp Fkc. 5. No slierifft dep'Ã¼y sheriff, high bil ff, onsblP, or other offccrf or citixen of this State, Fhall transport, or remove, or uid r oeeiat in the transporta t ion or remova) â of nny fugrit ve slnve or nny perpon claimpd b euch, fro": any ploce in ihis Sta;e to any other place witlijn or w thout the sameSuc. 4. If any such judgr justice of thf peac, magistrale, officer or citizon ehal oflÃªnd jiLiint the two pipcerfing srrtionp, ucfijudge, jiiBiice of the pencp, tnngistm'e. &ccr or citizen, fhoÃ¯l be uapject to the peftMlties provided in section five of tÃas act. Sec. 5. Any jtirjpe of any coort of record in Chis State, any jiictice of the pence or other ma?irrate, aiy sheriff; dppntj sheiiff, high baiÃ¼ff, conBtoble, ar juiier. or any citizen of! thi Siete, wJro shnll offw] n?ainf!t th)J pfovwionn of thia net, by actiog direcily or indirecily under the of section lhne of the oct of Conjrress aforesÃ¡id, ehal! forfeit a aum not exceeding one thow?afl! dol lrg, to the use of the State, ta fie recovered opon information or ndictinent, orbeoned in the States Prison not exceeding five years. Provided. That this act ehall not be construed to extend to any citizen of this Stnte acting as a jtidjre of Ue arcuit or district court of the UhHed Smtes, or ns marshai or as deputy marshal of the ditrict of Vermorii, or to any person acting under the comrnandor aulhority of said courts or marshnl. Skc. 6. An act entilled an act to extend the right of trial by jury,' approved October 29th. 1840isrepealed. Skc. 7. Thia act shall take effect from its paf8age. Approvrd Nov. 1, 1843.