The Loiidrn General Magazine of Arts and Sciencea for 1755. has a table of the population of American Coloniesof ihat date, compilud with care fronj the besi documenta.It is not vet a century i neo 1?5j, and wo have noiv 1 millions, and yet Ies9 tlian 17 to a srjunro niile. Whnt will be the populution in 1Ãd5 ? OyThe Pontiac Jackaonian says that Mr. Truesdail has been held to bail in '$5,000 for his appearance at the next criminal court to answer to the charge of fraudulently transfering tho assets of the Oakland County Bank, in violation of a law of 1842. Samuel Sherwood, Geo. Vy. Rogers,H. II. Dunckleeand E.Martin, Directors, and N. Rawson, Cashier. were held lo answer the same charge, in bail of 8i,000 each. The sheriff has attached all the furniture of the Bank to secure a debtof $77. C?The Superintendent of Public Instruction, will visit Ann Arbor, and lecture on the 22nd inst, at 2 o'clock P. M. and in the evening, and on the following day. Let every body go and hear. (CJohn Young is the VV hig candidnte for Governor of New York. He is of the Greely and Weed, or reform school, but voted "License" last spring in his own village.