We ore inforniod th'iit ihe Legisla tu re have ixcc! up the Lieenec LÃ¡w righi in all respecta, o ili.it lluro can bc Do mistakc nlu.ut it. AVe hall pub!ih it as soon os we enn procure a cojjy. ttT Atlho Anniversnry of theAmercan and Foreign Antislavery Society in NTcw York. May 12, the following was idopted. Rcsoh-cd, Tlm( we rocommend the csabÃ¼slitnent ofan antislavery newspaper t the seat oÃ" the General Government nderthe care ofan experieneed and ufcio'os editor, and to it pledge our corial upport.CC? The U. S. Sehafe havo rejeeted the nominatiun ofÃ¼r. Nour.se. as collector of the port of P.atli. in Maine. Reason- susppctod of being opposed to Slavcry. (t4 The Emnricipntgr hasftletier frÃ³ni Cincinrmti, April 26, stat ing that Ã¼Ã¼ Kentuckians within a weck, had emigraled to Canada. They lived within a few miles of that city, nnd took passoge in what is known as the underground railroad. tt?Ari excharrge paper says that the States of Illinois nnd Missisippi are now without banks. (C?3 The pay of a memher of Congress, for declaring war, is $8,00 a day : the pay of n private for fighting the battJes, S'3,00 a month. (t?0 Rev. Albert Barnes has published n work of nbout 400 pages, on Slavery. It is spoken of as bcing able, and itrÃ³ngly against the institution.