At n Reform meeting held held Jately m byracsc. N. Y. Alvan Stewart said he woiild have tho Suprkme Judgks clcctcil evcry ecven ycars. What they lack in lcarnmg - if 80 bc they lack thcrein - they would makc up in heart. The longer a man is a judge, the loss heart he has. - When he has sat a long time, ho measures om to you a legal technicality, which may overturn justice, with the same indifierence he would mcasure you a yard of cloth. This wns the natural effect of the long and undisturbed poesession oÃ power. Tho time has come when right will prevail - when matUr, not manncr, will govern in the decisiÃ³n of courts of juslire. He would send judgea back to the place whenco they ame, often - and teach ihem to vindÃcate their courae, by its wisdom. We must say to them, 4 you cannot make your decisiÃ³n wiih a nod, and all obey without questioning its wisdom." In Vermont, they are elcctcd annually : this ycar. the Whig8 had taken o democrat : bccauso they liked the man and knew h would act impartial1y, when placed on tho bench.Mr. S. aleo noticcd tho charge thnl lawycrs controllcd legielation. Why should it not Le so. to a grcat extcnt 7 When you go to thc Legislature whether the lawyers be few or mnny, upon whom is always thrown the drafting of reporte and bilis, nnd, in fact, nll tho mach'mcry oÃ¯ Icgslation t If you wish to get this out of the hands Ã³f lawyers, said Mr. S. let farmers and others qualify themselvea for the work, and do it : or cea8e to complain.