A correspondent writos us: "The re hae been au interesling work of Grnce in Unsdilla, Livingston County, vrheie eeveral hetMJs of families, together witli many of the young, und some errorists, who had becomc nlrnosl liopeless, were among the numbers cofivertcd. AIbo, in Leoni, there is a general interest mat;itested on the subject of religiÃ³n, and there have been in tluit place, many conversions. Some over a Ãnuidred have be?n converted in both places. Surious diflÃ¯cuhiep, wtiich were in the clnirches at Leoni, have all been set tled by 'the power and influences of God's Spirit. AH the churches shared harmoniously in the labore, and the bleÃ¼srngs. The Wesleyan instituto, of that place shared rich'.y in the blessing. Tlie Rev. O. Parker, who is now laboring nl Grass Lakc, aided the ministers nt the above nam cd placee. Such intereeting eeasons as these, in our State nre at the preeent time quite Ãoo few ond far betwecn."'