- No sluveholdercan be a Di shop in tiie AI. E. Church. (17a" No slaveholder cnn be employed as a baptist missionary by the free sta tes. Questons to be anÃ«wered. 1. ftf If slaveholdera are not fit to preach lo tho heathen, are they tit to preach at home? 2. CC0 ir they aie morally disqualified to preach ihe gospel, are they suitable for regular cburch membership, and ehould they be BO regarded? S. 05a How can a church to!erate elavoliolÃiiii in ts members and ministers, whilc it repudÃales it in its bishops? A few yeare only will ans'ver these quetions. - Lib. Standard, C A Convention of the opponents of the Gallows was held in New York during the Anniversary week and a National Society waa organized, of which Geo. M. Dallas, Vjc President of the United States, was elecled President. Reeolution6 were oflered by Mr, O'Sullivan, Editor of the Morning New; and epeechea were made by W. H. Channing, Mr. Clapp of Boston, and Mr. Bell of Kentucky.Tlie CÃ¡diz Wbig Standard has hoisted over one f its coluros. FrclingJiuyecn for President oud McLean for Vice President Ãn 1840.