Mr. Editor, - On reading the ranting cxprrssions o f the abie. Editor of tho N. O. Commercial Times about the aniis.lnvery paper ut Washington, I feel consirained lostale a few facjs which are familiar to the mindÃ¡ of mnny, and whirh will have nn important bearir-g in ihÃ© great awtislavery fctruggle now approaching. Fact. 1. The conductora of the antislavery prpss al Washington are nol dependent on the public opiniÃ³n of the Souih for tl eir personal safe?y or their Ipgal rights. Tiie public opinio of Ã¯he Norih is suflioient to sustain ihem at the sealof (Jrovernmnt. If the public opiniÃ³n of the North will not destrov the paper, that of the South cannot. Fact '2. The Norih isstrong enotigh 10 present the extensiÃ³n of slavery over any more terriiory, and it furiher acqiisition of power in the nntional councils. J,nd 10 nb:lish it in all places wiihin the national jurisdiction. Fact 3. Union among the peop]e of the Norih on this suhjrcr is all Ã¯ hal is neees-ary to accomilislÃ¯ all these Ã¼bje'Ã©fc. Facl 4. The people of ihe North are not now nfnvd of being destVoyeVI or reduced to slavery in case cy should act as liiey ihink proper in this maÃ¼er, though their polilicinus entertain mnny fears. It is a maUÃ©r of interest and justice vrlljn the peop!e. Fa.'U 5. lf the South had Uie power lo abolish tle Union and should do t and sptup for ihemselve?, V ey wojld b?, in n national vTew, cou'.pleie'y under il. e power of ih North. lf anv Ã³ifTicul y should nrist, uil thnt Ã¯he Nortii wou d have to do to -jecure suiimission, wonld be to hold the ro-1 of abojiiion over tlietr heads, and tel! them ihat the samo h.inds that had once mane whips and bovvieknives for sJaveholdr-, would make muskets and b'iyonets f r sla ves - tliat the Ãame men whohad ibught lor Slavery on the plainsof Mexico, wou!d figiit ngainsi iton the cotlon fields of the Suuth. Facl 6. The South oinnot aluJ'sh the Union without tho consent of the North. Fact 7. The North will not consent I to the abolÃ ion of the Union for the best of reasons. It is nol for their interest to do sor Fact 8. A rmjority vote Ãn eaoh of the non-slavehoMing States can elect an antisÃ¯avery Presiden though thal majority be bul one votff. Fact 9. A mnjorify vote in ench of the Legislaturas of the non-slaveholding States, can elect a majority of the Senators in the U. S. Senate when Iowa nnd VViscDnsin shcll have been adwitted. Fact 10. A majority voto against slavery in the Cbngressional Districls o k tbe non-slaveho'ding States generaly, i oan elect a mojority of Representativesto Congreso. Tlius a mojority of the voters o( the North can do nll that cnn be dne by tlie National Government under the prasent Cunstitution to abolish Slavery.