LowekSaoixaw, May 4, 184Ã¼. To tuk EniToit. - 1 wÃ±d yon nn exact copy of lei ut J luicly rcccived froni one whosigns himsclf. B. A. Parnell; PhreriÃ³lo'gist . It is to bc used Ã«niirety ai your diecreiion. I know ii)t. thal thercissuch a nvm. Ifihereis, he has funiished nnother ins ancÃ¼ of the wrong Uut in.-iy be dne to men wl o re held up as JÃ¼dgÃ¨ a i now is. Judgo Mtl-c.iii ia nlso igtiuraui, I supposc, of Mr. Pan cll aid of IÃ6 anempts. Tney nre al k-ast wortiiy oÃ the exposure vvhich is now Ã¼ivcn thcin, by Your ob't serv't, JAMES G. J3IRNKV. RÃa RMI.W. r., JMidi. April !hii. I84CÃ To J. G. Birnoy, Eaq; Dkar Sik,- 1 (cnow you hnve stronij feejÃ¯ng? of phil.inllirrpy - allhougl) you s;iy ibai y. u have no lor.nl feeliniis of pntriotism - thal yon like une cniniry as -.vtll as nnoilicr. You hnve been a canHidue of the "Liberty Parly" for Sonic yenr?. - in '48 thnt pnrty will Inve Ã³O.OOO votes in N. Y., 23.000 in Ohio; Ifi.OÃ¼Oin Pcnn. ];5 0 in Michigan. You KavÃ© inuch influeiice wi h ihat parly. ] think you cin perÃiiade ihcm to vote for Jndgc McLean. 1 you hnve any mnbiiion to ev;r becnm ,-chief mag stme of this Uuion. by using thit influence, yoi wi!l pot injure your prospecte. Tho&c who think fcel. that it will be for the the benefit of our country, and for ihe world. to hnve J. McLean IÃ³t our next Presideni. By usiny your iniluÃ¼nce, nnd linving the votes casi for hi-n; vv'hicl would be enst lor you, il you are o caÃ³dtduie, ht can be elected. Will you he po kind as to rlrop me a lino, mu to let me know wliat you think? and obligo B. A. PARNELL, Phrenologist. P. S. I bhall bc at Bunio Creek, by the time a letter can ieach tne.