I he Rev. Mr. Page of New York, who was h delÃ©gate lo the Evongelical Alliance, made the following reply to some striciures upon the Ã nigger pews " in Dr. Patlen's church, in Ãew York. - Wc should rogard thc " alliance " of the Rev; gentleman with tho prince of durkness far more intÃmate and proper, than with nny "evangelieal" body. - Alb. l'iÃ¼riot. 'Asto ifhÃ¡t is said about Ihis 'Jim Crowpcw' Ãn Dr. Patten's church, I wil remark thaÃ ihcre are quite a number oÃ them there, and very commudious ones, too, situated, not in the lowest room-, but near the head of Ufe tablo close by the master of tho ceremonies. Indeed, they are placed conspicuous, righÃ over i"he heads of the white worshippers ; higher tip a litile towards heaven than even the pulpit ltself, at Dr. Patten's right hand, and near his heart, I have no doubt. - They are seated just as the Son of Qted himself is seated ; on high, above the great congregation, in the eycs of all, and by the right hand of their best friend."