The reader wouldscarcely expect to hear thnt theelnves have begun to escape froni slaveholding Texas into free Mexico, yct fucIi pp;iears to bo ihe ca e. An oiÃ¯icer in ihe army wriies to the Spint of the Times: "Those ofilccrs who hnve slnves wilh them. nre obliged to be very civil to keep the negroes f rom running away. The Mexic.ins offer evcry nducemcnt to tempt them td thtir vides of the river, Mnjor R.'s bny ran away, but rcturned. ond stated thnt ho liad been trcntod with "the most distingutshed considerntion," "occupicd the First sent at the tnble, auu ihu best bed i u the house." (tTThe New School General Presbyterian Assembly have adopted resolutions leelaring in substance that Slavery is ivicked andsinful, but the Slaveholder is not 50 wicked or sinful as to deserve exclusiÃ³n frora the ChiÃ¼stian Church. Wc shall refer to them next week. tCJ We have reccived severnl nuinbcrs of the "Wcelcly Cironotife." publighed nt Boston, and dited by Ejisur VVrighi. Mr. Wright is already known o or readers as an able and ready â writer. The Chronolypo is ot no party, hut expresses the views of its editor on every eubject. lts mechanical execuuon surpisse in beo.uty any western paper that we have secn. Price, $'2,00 a year.