We have on our books the namesof from one to two hundred subscribers, who owe us from four to ten dollars each. We cannot immediutely cnll on these gentlemen tosettlc wilh them, while we stand much in need of the amounts due from thern. We have resources abundantly sufficient to meet all our liabililies, but we are straightened been use they are not transferred from :he pockets of our subscribers to those of our creditors. Under these circumstances, is at all unreasonable if we respectfully ask each of these gentlemen to lay by for our use, and forward to us by mail, the first MONEY THAT COMES 1NTO HIS HANDS? - Will not this be a deed of Juslicc, as well as of Benevolence, with which the New Year may bs appropriately begun 1 - Allsums will be acknowledged in the paper, and any misapprehensions as to the amount due shall be adjusted on the most equitable terms.