The letters puhlishÃ©d in thÃ© SignÃ¡l rom 15. F. C. anl the extract frorri the en of MrSL Cliilj have encouraged liio i sen'd a Ãew HiTesj ÃÃ aflbrds us th reatest satisfaction tÃ¶ observe the rapid rogrcss of Liberty principies nnd we do ncerely rejoice that the subject of wolans riglilo has found iis way into our jÃ«gisiatÃ¼rt!. The public mind is geno ally so slow to coinprchend that woraen lave any jÃlIi's ;it all, that wc liad suposed it would bc many yÃ©ara BÃ©fbrÃ© our rHcriiinent would nolice the subject. - ut wo no happiiy disappointod The ubject Ãs Ã¼'irly introduccd, and wc trust hal it. will Ã¯iot bc suffercd to rest until vonten and nÃ«grocs ÃªraatgcipatÃ©d; - And then, how unrÃ©asonaÃÃle foÃ¯ an HoiiorÃ¶ble LÃ«gisltitÃ¶r toobjet-t lu any measires bejng (aken lo extend the right of sufTrage to us, bacausc we have not asked it. Ilenry Clay suys tliat bis slaves have not a".k'd t belibÃ©fafed ; affects to infer jroni thence, that they do not desire it. - Hut who does not know that it is adding the grossÃ©st insult lo the most irreparable injuryi Wc have certain rightswhich our Goveroment cannot in justice withhold from us, lliough wc do not come forward and humbly ask theni. Rcason, Equify, and lluuiunily (Iciuand them, aml that should hIVh -'.'Mil. Whcndid Ãie men of this etrtfc nk Ã¼ie rigliilÃ¶ govtÃrn thnmselves ? , IN over. They assuined, and tliat rightly . ! too, ihat it was an inKercnt right,given.Ã¯cin bv the Almiglity Rulor of the Uu i er 9. Huf il' ve reooive it at all, it must ie a special gifi frÃ³m ihcm, and that, not ithout atkirig. Noble Lords of Creaon! A bcauliful cxample of consistency is o tnanÃ¶er in which we are callcd upon o ;i(f Ãn all reformations. The assump. n is, 'that althou'gh we cannot vole, ur influencc is immense," anti we can acconiplitih alinostany llÃ¼ng, Ã¯f we set about it with zeal and energy. Butiffeinalc infitience is so bcneficial why cur(;iil it? lfinjurious, why invoke it? - f5ut the ingratiludc of rcpublics has altvaya been proverbial. TJic most conspicv.bis Ã©rfniples of ancient republics oh record are Grecce ard Ilotnc : and they, incited by envy, jÃ¨alousy or batred, usually disposed of thelr" best meu. by dealh or banishmnt. But times are changed, if human nature is hot, and besides, women are such "necesGary evils" that that they cannot very well do without iis,so they tie our hands, and c(4Ã" rui i's tfi labor, saying we are "the bettcr part of ("rfafion" and such ridiculous Stuff. And flien they term us';tho sofler to.,;' and Ã suppose we are; bÃ¼t I know of nothing sollnr than the thrice sublimatcd nonpcnse wliich is ol'tea poured into our ears by Creations ftfÃ¶narÃ©hs, and lest wo shÃ³iitd vyithÃ©'r ÃiÃ© voung (i tender sflrigs ul'iu'bility, we are obliged to conceal mr diegus and ijipcarlo be pleased, Ã³r al least nol tobe displeased, and theii (hry take our nppcarancc for prÃ³of, that "all womÃ¨Ã¼ loi'e flaltery," and, "thejrÃ© is no flaUcty too giv.s for a woman" and' olliersÃ¼cb joulisli ;uul insuHiiig niaxims, ficm C'!c.;l'uiiclJ r soibÃ³ other unpririci-" plcd villi.m.lint. I stippocc $c ouglit nol to conÃ¯pl af n i f" wc are govcrnÃ¨d h hv.vs made Widjout our consent: thry oro in nmny tender oÃ¯our iuterests, and ifthey do disÃ¯jihci'it us from the prporty whieh wo have IkIj'i i! our husbaiuls to accuniulato; il musj lc lor llie Ik-oI, as wc might spenjÃ¼ it in ihÃª gmbliag house ot grogshop. Aml Uien ihcy allow us the use of onc thinl vyhile wc live, and f we have fliililivn, ii goos 1') our lu-irs. And what ii:licy iakÃ¶ ii Prom ou'rcarÃ³ and lace it in the of TuiBleffi? It nn::t be be.iii . lliy havo more interot in the wclfui Ã³f biir childrÃªn tliari wccan havo. Uu mi beprovvd tha' ilie ri;lit ul'sclfgoveÃnrai ut i - UrneÃ¯eit Ãn man, and pot ui WMiiitii, In Ihr Lord of' Ãje Whisker.s !i,u ii. in Ã¯'l.i'-k and winto, and in bohaJf Ã³TViur Amencan sislerhÃ³od', l now d.'iii.ui'l ii. Il i.t.iui!"! beJsÃ³ provcd, we sh.ill ccrlaiiuv ask the next LegUature Car our riirhts.