James N. BupfÃ¼M, in the course of an address at Lynri onthÃ« first of August said i lid was invited Ão the house of a distingiiished gentleman in Belfast, lreland, and noticing a picture turnÃ«d to the wall, he inquired the reason ; said the gentleman, ' That frame contains the DÃ«claration of American Iridepcnde'nce, I purchased it because Ã lovÃ©d its sÃ©ritiments : but when I learned that you have 3,000000 of slavcs, I turnÃ©d 'd to the wall, and there it musÃ rÃ«main till you set them f ree.1 At a nother house hc saw the po rtrait of George Washington with a black spot over hia heart. cThat,' said the owner, is because hÃ© was a slavÃ¨holdcr.' He was ashamcd of his own country when in England, he was ashamed of it at home - it was becoming a hissing and a by-word among the nations of the carth. He found great diificulty in rep roving them for their extrava'gancc and dissipation. When remonsir'ating with their horseracing and gambling clergy, hc was tfn'iversally met with.' tlie answer ihat, bad as they were, they did not sell chil dren hj the pound ! On the Croydori fÃrigland) Atmospherie Railway, with a Ãrain of four carriages,. including the piston carriage - which carries passenger?, and weighs about' twenty-three tons - a velocity of 75 miles per hour has been reached for a short distÃ¡nce.â - CaÃn to be Hanged.- A Quebec Judge has sentcnced a murderer named CaÃn to bo hanged. Surely he cannot claim divine authority for thaÃ, for the Lord only sat a mark upon CaÃn, that men should not kill him.- Chronotype. George Bancroft, of Masa. Inta Secreiory of the Navy, has been appoinicd Minister to Great Britain.