The Lodiea in aeveral par.8 of tho State have been Ycry actively engaged in prcparntions to promotc the cnuie of the enslavod. Thcy havo prepared much mnterial for Fairs, nnd havo organized many antislavery and benevolent associations. It waacnlculaled thal they should hold county mcotings during ihe monih of October, in connection wiih Fairs lo dispose of their work, and providing eloquent speakers to woo the intellect, with the richest of MchRnn's bonntiful dinners to cater for the body, rally nronnd their cause overy element of support. Many pardal muvementa havo been made to coneummaie the proposed arrangement?. But os there sao much activity of lecturing now in progress, ithas taken away someof thoso, on whse cooperation the Ladies depended. We are requested therefore by the Central Committeo to suggeat to th Ladies loot it is better to podtponc until after election their action. All the speakera wil! then be disengaged : political excitement will have subided, and that culm, Ão favorable to moral influence, will succeed, nnd present to the Ladios evry facility they may desiro for their Christian ciTort.