-listen, my honest-hearte-f, hnrd-handed, berÃy-loving yeomanry of the PeninsuarSintÃ", lisien! - the Democratie Senite p MichigÃn have refused - yes, reiscd to entertain n resolution, oÃ±ered in hat bocy, to instruet our Senators, and equest our Repre,ent.'ities,to oppoe nny nd all mf-asures having lor tl3r object he extensiÃ³n nf Slavery over the vast errilory ac.quired since ilie comtnen 'enent o( the War now waging againsÃ Mexico; in p'ain phrne they re Ibr iniiniuusly administering 'comfort and uccor ' to the fninting hearts of the slavery Extensionists - and would say o thenn, we are with you in your schemes s regards the ere-tion of this regiÃ³n inlo one vnst SlayePlantation. Such, mo.-t issurelly, Freetr.en cf Michigan, will Le ihe interjtretation put, by every sympathiser Somh of Mnson's nnd Dixon's Liue, upon this farnous vote. How eherrine ! how unexpecU-d ! coming as ildoe greetingly (Vom the highest legisla!. ve liody of a sovereign State - a State, loo, econd to none f.r t' e stimly character f her Democraf-y, and her love of Libity and Hqual Rights. We do not sny :liat we sliould have moved t!iiÃ¡ resoluion ; we do not say that we should haxe luuseled Ãts introduction ; we mÃght ave doTjbted its p ilicy,and tÃ¡ timelinesa ; ut we do say tliat were sunh an issue 'orced upen us as a legislator, that were ve to negative with our vote such a propDsiÃºon as this under review, tliat willi tho record as a rcroimnendation and certifi:aie of our fitness anJ ihe ripenes of our soho'arsliip, we would seek ihe Sul nn of Turkey, and cl.-iim a spat at iiis right hand as his confidential promper nnd counselor. Though yuJ may be willing thaÃ these me: hunmd iiÃ¼Ãuie. ! i'orgive us the application of the word!) I may malve ihenisclves the 'scorn nnd wonder of the age ; ' we are much mhtalien if you will pe.-mit ÃbeÃr dastarcÃYÃ Jough-fuced. craven-spirited, po'i Ãcal aclion to commlt you to such recreaney to he liunDanity, civÃ¼izatÃon and chrwijanlry of the Nineteenth Cenlury as their vote upon thi.s resolution proves upon them. Free, li he 't lo ving, christian, jivilized Michigan, a pimp and pander the growth aud cxienaon of Slavery here in the Nincteemh Ceutury ! !! invoking now, at this meridiau seison of moral and ntellectu il thirst aiid culture the chrkness antJ dgradation of the midlle ages to setile upon and overshadow her! Wliat txcuse have V"U at this stage of human progres-5, iecipipn1s as you are of Liberly's ehoiccst bK'S-ings aud disjiensations - what npology have Tor crippling human righÃs, desolating human happines?, retariing huin-tn progress, and forging adiiiional chains Ãnd 'etters for liirunn nature ? The gner(His-heartcJ masses that drar their life f.om your soil never w.ll, we nre sure, toleruie, sanciion, or rmain under tli's vote o thc-e liuellers of iheir intelÃ¼.ence and tiu nanity ; they will disiwa you. - Bare your necks, you immorlal Eleven. aml 1' t the C'l.'ar be fu-tened, with your mne's' ai.d tiskmaMers' Ã±ames rngrael thereon. In exchange lor the gr.icious uutie and patronage wliich your ervility ha farnd you from theni, we (-ust 'damnation tu everlasiing fame will be dec;eed you by your masters here at home, wliom you have btraycJ and d'3amed by this disgraccful pro-,ijiutÃon of ihe hg!i prerng.'tiivrs Ãc!egated you by them, We irust that your'names will bu gilj!)C#ed upon every highway and thorugl)fare of the land ; nnthhat in thetonnl f thundering rcjirohaiion with which the people wi'.l be ineulcnted to trucfcling demagoguesand polit:cal parasites for all time to come, that shnll save the Senntf house fron ever ngnin bering defÃ'ed with ihe fot oC n Trimmer 10 Slaccry Enlargeitient and ExtensiÃ³n. â " Mr. Latbrop offl'red the following resol ut ion . Resolved, Thsrt in Ãh opiniÃ³n of this legsltiture neittier slnvry nor rnvoÃ¯untary servitud;, unless in pui.ishmemt of criinc, of which the party s.balÃ¯ havo been duly convicteclf ought lo be permtted ti exist Ã¯ rr nny terrtory ncquired in tht prosecu'ion of war ; nnd ihat our Senators iirÃ¼ongress U ifistructed, and om Repre-ent'ities reriuested', to uppose b_v their votes and iafluai.ee, any and ol mensures smoking, to authorizO, establishor continue slavery or involuntary aervJtude therein. ÃThe f)llowÃng was the ncgative tote: AI en, Bolch, bush, Cuok, DANFORTH, Eldredge, Fenton, Fitzgerald, Kibbe, Mnynard, Thurber - 11. AH honor to the fullowing gentlemen, who supported the Resolution : Coc, Denion, Green, Lathrop, McReynolds, Rii, Sclnvarz, Toll, Wi;herbc'e - 9.