■A quiot reproof was adroitly given by Dr. Bethune to Kev. Dr. Tyng, in a platform meeting in Philadelphia, A. D. 1873. Dr. Tyng had introduced himself to us by assuring us of his firmness as an Episcopalian ; that in his birth, baptism, oonflrmation, &c, he had been an Episcopalian ; that he expected to live and die, and go to heaven an Episcopalian, and to be an Episcopalian in heaven. Dr. Bethune, being introduced, said, "As for myself , I am nothing but a Keformed Dutchman. I expect to live and die a Keformed Dutchman : but when I get to heaven I shnll be an Episcopalian, for I am determined to be witli Brottw Tyiig."