Messrs. EdiTOrs: - Can you make room in some corner of your paper, for a tew facts which 1 have col] eet cd with some labor, and which, I thinic, scriously concern tho working people of the Anglo-Sa'xon race? The national debts of saxteen of ihe Ãuropean Governmen-ts, at the closest estÃmate tliat can be made, amount, in our currency, to $10,305,000,000; all incurred for the expenses Ã³f ttar. fhissutn embraces merely the arrcarage, not what has been faid, ior carrying on war. - The average of t'h' s amount is $63,25 a head the tfhole populatÃ¯onof thÃ¶se' 1G nations. The interest of this vast sum nearly equals a fort. of O'iÃ¯e DoÃ¯Ã¯ar onevefy inhabitant of the globe. Since the RcformiÃ¼on (ff) Gieat Britain has been engag-ed 65" years, in the proseention of soven wars; for which she expended, in1 our currency, $8,982,120,500. Ã¯t has been estimated by our Missionaries that a school of 50 heatlien children, on the continent of Tnciia, would OnÃy cost $Ã50 per annum. Thon theium expended by a christian nation in 1 J5 years in carrying on war with other Uhrisiian nations, if appliod to the f ion of heathen, would have schoolcd 16,062,154 children per annum for 65 c fears! Allowing 5 yenra to each cr tr, then 598,808,000 children might have )een educatcd for the money that Great 3ritain drained from the sources and , hannels of her wealth and industry, to t vaste in wars, every one of which ] jraded hef people in every quality of thcir i ondition. c From 1793 to 1815,- a pcriod of 22 rears - Great Britain, France and s ria expended $7,330,000,000 in war. - a The interest of this sum, at 6 per cent., , vould have supported 30,000 missionaries r nnong the heathen during the whole f iod of 22 years, in which these christian e Ã¯ations were engaged in doing the de vu's i vork on each other. The aggregate t imount would have given 5 years 8 ng to 488,666,660 pagan children, on ? he Lnncasterian plan. The interest for memonlh, nt the above rate, would build " L466 miles of railroad at 825,000 per ( Tiile. Consulting the' best authorites I can ( 2ommand,l find that the aggregate amount i of the expenditures of our own 1 ment, from 1798 to March 4, 1843, $1,111,375,734. Now - patriotic American! will yoÃ¼ not read this reflectingly?- of this vast sum there havÃ¨been expended only 148,620,055 for civil purposes,etnbracing theCivil List, Foreign Intercourse," and the Miscellaneous expenses. Then it follows that 962,755,080 have been lavished upoh pfepÃ¡rations for war in tiniÃ© Ã³f peace, withina little more than half a century, by this model Republic ! ! ! Another fact: From Jan. 1, 1836, to March 3, 1843, the war expenses of thisment were $153,954,881 ! l-fiv'e millions more than all thÃ© civil expenses of the Government from 1789 to 1843 ! ! Another fact: From 1816 to 1834, eÃ¯ghteen years, our natiotial expenses nmÃ¶Ã¼nted to $103,915,756; and of this sum, nearly $400.000,000 went in one way nndanother for war, and only $64,000,000 for all other objects! being tVenty-1wo millions a yearfor war, and about three millions and a half - less than one-sixth of the whole - for the peaceful operations of a government that plumes itself on its pacific policy! If vfe take into account all the expenses and all the losses of war to this country, it wilÃ¯ be foimd to have wasted for us, in sixty years, some iwo or thrce thoitsand millions of dollars!